The quintessential Disney film. I have never read the book, and I discovered something new that I had not remembered: Firstly, that Bambi is a male, and second that the film progresses through the 'childhood' into young adulthood, and finally into maturity - an aspect that I must have forgot (I had only remembered the parts relating to the childhood, especially the winter scene).
Originally released back in 1942 - "Bambi" is certainly one of "Disney" studio's more mature and ambitious animated stories that has equal appeal for both children and adults.
In fact, this film's story might be just a little too intense for the very young. But, its fantastic, pre-CGI animation is top-notch all the way.
Visually stunning, but the songs are fairly dull and what do you mean Flower is a boy?! I admit to being fairly biased as I did not watch Bambi growing up since my deer hunter father called it pro-deer propaganda and I kinda agree. Deer need to be hunted, either by humans or other predators or else they will strip the forests in the winter and throw off the whole ecosystem. Also, in what kind of habitat would a deer monarchy actually work out? It just doesn't make sense.
Hello, darlings! - Released in 1942 - Bambi (a beautifully realized motion picture) would be Disney Studios' 5th animated feature film.
Bambi is an emotionally moving and intricately detailed film about a deer and how the phases of its life clearly parallels the cycle of the seasons in the forest.
Bambi is an extraordinary achievement. It features a number of memorable characters, including the endearing Thumper, a rabbit, who steals every scene that he's in.
This film's screenplay has a bit more bite to it than the average Disney yarn, with equal helpings of comedy and tragedy fuelling a confrontation between the forest animals and that most horrific of two-legged interlopers - man.
*"Bambi" trivia* - Only about a 1000 words of dialogue are spoken throughout the entire film.
When Bambi premiered in London on August 8, 1942, in the midst of WW2, reception to it was extremely poor. It was later re-released in 1947.
Must confess this is the first time I've seen Bambi. I must admit that I was missing out. It's fabulous Walt usually did himself proud and left a legacy
for all the future generations to watch and enjoy. Bless you Walt Disney for doing that so all the next generations don't need to brought up on garbage.
I love Bambi. I've seen this movie since I was a kid. They used to put it on TV a long time ago on CBC. I remember back in 1999 the picture wasn't always very good sometimes we could't evan watch it any kind of disney movies on cbc sunday we could't watch it all channels were like that exept TVO KIDS i watched TVO KIDS gr. 8 every year in elamentry school up to grade 8 when i got to grade 9 i srtoped watching it evan thought i always wanted to be just in time to watch the whloe prorame i wanted to watch it but cause i went to delhide school Simcoe school and than came brantford school at northa dame i could't be on time for tvo kids only if there we had 2 resuse but ever scince starting high school i didn't like watching t.vo kids anymore i don't k now why and I would get home before TVOKIDS was evan start i just got borned on tvo kids when i got to high school but i still but now just a few weeks already i started watching T.vo kids again i don't know why i am watching it again cause the only time i would watch t.vo kids was if there was Arthur on then i started watch PBS KIDS because they had bran new shows on Arthur i don't know why tvo kids don't have new Arthur epasodes just pbs kids i evan told my friend Arthur that i don't evan watch Arthur anymore cause i was broned but i would only watch it on pbs kids cause they put on new shows on Arthur thats whati toldd him back in 2013 ok back to Bambie my little brother was scared of Bambi when he was a kid when hs mom died evan the lion king when his dad gets killed by Scare and Babar i have 1 video called the jungle tales i went to Wal-Mart today and i saw this dvd there so i thought i should see if you have it yet and you do already so fast you got it this movie is all about Bambi when he was born and how he learned to walk on his own then the little bunny came up to him and said hello Bambi but Bambi didn't ansaur him i said hello but his mother said well arn't you gonna ansaure it and said no shaking his haad at his mother you not afraid are you said his mother and he just shock his head well then go ahean she said go on say hello then bamie said hello. i never knew thumper said gotta walk both ends at the sametime i never knew what he met by that but he was trying to tell bambi to walk at the sametime whlie he skates i just understoond now this year and i 've seen this movie scine 1998 on t.v and when i watched at my costons house and on t.v cause they put it on t.v every year you know that everyone knows that she has a Masterpise one on vhs i love vhs tapes and the best part of tham is that they still work.
Love this movie
My favourite childhood movie, that I still watch!
This is an all-time classic, but I couldn't believe it began to white out at the best part!! I loved every minute of it, and his mother's death was very, very sad. 5/5 From me.
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