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Captain John Smith and Pocahontas (1953) was a Drama - Historical Film directed by Lew Landers and produced by Jack Pollexfen and Aubrey Wisberg.

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Capt. John Smith: [Referring to Pocahantas] Women! What's bothering the queer little creature now?

Capt. John Smith: I see nothing unusual - the best reason to be watchful.

Rolfe: [Referring to Smith's marriage to Pocahantas] It's sacrilege for John Smith to do this thing!
Fleming: May hap, my friend, but it'll be most pleasant on a cold night.

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It is highly unlikely that Smith's version of his relationship with Pocahontas is true. When he first retold the events of 1608 in 1616, the Indian princess was, by his account, ten years old. On later retelling of those same events, she grew to twelve or thirteen. It was later discovered that Smith had told another, extremely similar story of being rescued by a young Turkish girl in 1602. Smith's stories about his relationship did not begin until 1616, when Pocahontas traveled to London with husband John Rolfe and was celebrated as Indian royalty.
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