Bambi

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Walt Disney Productions Released 1942

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Bambi

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Director:
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Released:
1942
Rating:
G

Bambi is a 1942 American animated drama film, produced by Walt Disney and based on Austrian author Felix Salten's book, ''Bambi, A Life in the Woods''. The fifth film in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, Bambi tells the tale of the fawn, Bambi (voices of Bobby Stewart, Donnie Dunagan, Hardie Albright, and John Sutherland). Together with friends Thumper (voices of Peter Behn, Tim Davis, and Sam Edwards) and Flower (voices of Tim Davis, Stan Alexander, and Sterling Holloway), Bambi takes on the greatest adventure of them all: growing up. But when, one beautiful spring in Bambi's adolescence, his mother (voice of Paula Winslowe) is killed by hunters, life becomes more challenging for Bambi. Who will teach him the ways of life? Who will love him and stand by him through the good times and the bad times? Bambi is an adorable film for the whole family to watch together.

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  • A beautiful character study of life and the darkness of mankind

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    Walt Disney's favorite film, "Bambi", is another gem that emphasizes the animated treasures of this era. Being the close of this small golden era, "Bambi" has a lot to live up to put next to "Fantasia" and "Dumbo", and while put up against "Snow White", "Pinocchio", "Fantasia", and "Dumbo", I would rank "Bambi" fifth place, it still lives up to its name as another gem. The story is absolutely stellar. Showing the character study of Bambi growing up while emphasizing the evil of mankind and strengthening Bambi's character growth along the way. While the only thing holding it back is how slow its pacing can be right after something really big happens, it's still a wonderful story. Top it off with more lovable characters, a lovely soundtrack, and more of some of Disney's best animation and you get another beautiful film from the mind of Walt Disney.moreless
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Family Dramas, unrequited love, in the wilderness, life in the outdoors, coping with death