|Writers||Jack Pollexfen (original screenplay)
Aubrey Wisberg (original screenplay)
|Cast||Anthony Dexter Jody Lawrance Alan Hale Jr. Robert Clarke Stuart Randall James Seay Philip Van Zandt Shepard Menken Douglass Dumbrille Anthony Eustrel Henry Rowland Eric Colmar|
|Plot||Captain John Smith (Anthony Dexter), returned fom the Jamestown colony, is telling his story before the Court of King James I (Anthony Eustral.) He tells of the unrest in the colony and how he set out to make peace with the Indians. He is captured and sentenced to death, but Pocahontas (Jody Lawrence) makes her celebrated intervention and, instead of a slaying, there is a wedding. Back at Jamestown, Smith makes efforts to keep the colony united and the Indians from attacking, in spite of the efforts of some in the colony who stir up trouble for their own gain. He exposes them and returns to England to give his report. He stays because Pocahontas, thinking he is dead, has remarried.... see Captain John Smith and Pocahontas on IMDb|
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|When Pocahontas (Jody Lawrance) agrees to marry two-fisted adventurer Captain John Smith (Anthony Dexter), she does so to create a lasting bond between her people and the settlers of Jamestown. Seeing their union as a marriage of convenience, Smith is reluctant at first to return her love, but soon comes to realize how much he cares for the beautiful Indian princess. So when her jealous ex-lover, Opechanco (Stuart Randall), decides to break the truce and wipe out the colony, he murders Pocahontas' brother before he can warn the tribe. Claiming the right to avenge his wife, Smith challenges Opechanco to a knife-and-tomahawk fight, a battle to the death that will not only determine Smith and Pocahontas' fate, but that of the New World, as well.|
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