History Disney / BAMBI

27th Dec '17 7:37:35 AM dlchen145
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* UnbuiltTrope: Despite being the TropeCodifier for many [[TastesLikeDiabetes cutesy baby forest animal]] franchises, the first film was noticeably ominous and dark in many areas, especially after the TimeSkip where upon Bambi is no longer an innocent fawn but a {{Badass}} stag constantly under threat of predators and hunters. The midquel is LighterAndSofter, though still stays loyal to the dark undertones and showing [[TookALevelInBadass Bambi's maturing]] in parts.

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* UnbuiltTrope: Despite being the TropeCodifier for many [[TastesLikeDiabetes cutesy baby forest animal]] franchises, the first film was noticeably ominous and dark in many areas, especially after the TimeSkip where upon Bambi is no longer an innocent fawn but a {{Badass}} badass stag constantly under threat of predators and hunters. The midquel is LighterAndSofter, though still stays loyal to the dark undertones and showing [[TookALevelInBadass Bambi's maturing]] in parts.
25th Dec '17 6:06:02 AM Psi001
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** ''Love is a Song'' also pops up as a leitmotif in the midquel, as well as an all new leitmotif (apparently not named) for scenes with Bambi and his father.

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** ''Love is a Song'' also pops up as a leitmotif in the midquel, as well as an all new leitmotif (apparently not named) (entitled "Bambi and the Great Prince" on the soundtrack disc) for scenes with Bambi and his father.



* MoodWhiplash: "Your mother can't be with you any longer. Come with me, my son." This line cuts directly to the most happiest song of the movie.

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* MoodWhiplash: "Your mother can't be with you any longer. Come with me, my son." This line cuts directly to the most happiest song of the movie. The midquel (which takes place within the TimeSkip) serves largely as a smoother transition point between the two scenes.
25th Dec '17 6:01:53 AM Psi001
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* SlidingScaleOfVisualsVersusDialogue: Leans firmly on the Visuals end of the scale. The film notably has less than 900 lines of dialogue in the entire film.

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* SlidingScaleOfVisualsVersusDialogue: Leans The first film leans firmly on the Visuals end of the scale. The film notably has less than 900 lines of dialogue in the entire film. The midquel has ''far'' more conversation scenes, but still quiets for visual elements more than most other Disney films.
* UnbuiltTrope: Despite being the TropeCodifier for many [[TastesLikeDiabetes cutesy baby forest animal]] franchises, the first film was noticeably ominous and dark in many areas, especially after the TimeSkip where upon Bambi is no longer an innocent fawn but a {{Badass}} stag constantly under threat of predators and hunters. The midquel is LighterAndSofter, though still stays loyal to the dark undertones and showing [[TookALevelInBadass Bambi's maturing]] in parts.
25th Dec '17 3:04:38 AM TitoMosquito
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* YouExclamation: Bambi screams this when he's just about had enough of Faline's exuberance.
6th Dec '17 7:33:38 PM GarrulousTiger
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Salten's sequel book, ''Bambi's Children'', was also considered by Walt Disney for a film adaptation, though was cancelled in early development. Disney did publish a comic book adaptation of the novel in 1943 however.

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Salten's sequel book, ''Bambi's Children'', was also considered by Walt Disney for a film adaptation, though was cancelled in early development. Disney did publish a comic book adaptation of the novel in 1943 however.
however. Nearly a decade later, a one-shot manga version was drawn by none other than longtime Disney admirer Creator/OsamuTezuka, to tie in with the film's belated Japanese release in 1951.
29th Oct '17 3:18:19 PM Psi001
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A {{Midquel}}, ''Disney/BambiII'', was released in 2006 (a DirectToVideo release for parts of US and Asia, and theatrical elsewhere). It focuses on the period of Bambi's life immediately following his mother's death. Released 64 years after the original film, it holds the world record for the longest span of time between two consecutive installments of a film franchise.

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A Salten's sequel book, ''Bambi's Children'', was also considered by Walt Disney for a film adaptation, though was cancelled in early development. Disney did publish a comic book adaptation of the novel in 1943 however.

Despite this, a
{{Midquel}}, ''Disney/BambiII'', was released in 2006 (a DirectToVideo release for parts of US and Asia, and theatrical elsewhere). It focuses on the period of Bambi's life immediately following his mother's death. Released 64 years after the original film, it holds the world record for the longest span of time between two consecutive installments of a film franchise.
2nd Oct '17 5:13:14 PM Nire
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** The portrayal of how bucks fighting over a doe is caused is accurate by showing a buck (Bambi) following a doe in heat (Faline) into the territory of another buck (Ronno).

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** The portrayal of how bucks begin fighting over a doe is caused is accurate by showing a buck (Bambi) following a doe in heat (Faline) into the territory of another buck (Ronno).
2nd Oct '17 1:12:11 PM Psi001
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** A non-gory example: Bambi and Faline are not so much in love as they are habitually attached. They separate whenever it's not mating season and Bambi watches her age and become sad and lonely from afar and thinking about the sweet, happy little fawns they once were.

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** A non-gory example: Bambi and Faline are not so much in love as they are habitually attached. They separate whenever it's not mating season and Bambi watches her age and become sad and lonely from afar and thinking about the sweet, happy little fawns they once were. Curiously this was a change apparent not just in the Disney film but the direct sequel of the book, where Bambi is also rewritten as closer towards his mate and children.
10th Sep '17 1:16:55 PM Prinzenick
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* SlidingScaleOfVisualsVersusDialogue: Leans firmly on the Visuals end of the scale. The film notably has less than 900 lines of dialogue in the entire film.
29th Aug '17 11:20:16 AM Thorion
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** The portrayal of how bucks fighting over a doe is caused is accurate by showing a buck (Bambi) following a doe in heat (Faline) into the territory of another buck (Ronno).
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