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22nd May '16 3:24:28 PM Nire
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* MamasBabyPapasMaybe: Unlike the movie, the paternity of any of the deer is uncertain. While in the movie, Bambi was explicitly to be the son of the Old/Great Prince, in the book there is nothing proving that the two are related at all, although they do come to have a father/son relationship. The closest to conformation given on such things is only an implication that the pair of fawns Bambi meets at the end of the novel are his own.

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* MamasBabyPapasMaybe: Unlike the movie, the paternity of any of the deer is uncertain. While in the movie, Bambi was explicitly to be the son of the Old/Great Prince, in the book there is nothing proving that the two are related at all, although they do come to have a father/son relationship. The closest to conformation confirmation given on such things is only an implication that the pair of fawns Bambi meets at the end of the novel are his own.
20th May '16 8:09:52 AM Prinzenick
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* WeirdCrossover: There is an very old Disney comic story called "Thumper meets the Seven Dwarfs", where [[Disney/{{Bambi}} Thumper the rabbit]] encounters the Seven Dwarfs from Disney's [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs]], and Friend Owl and Flower also appear, and they even encounter the giant from a MickeyMouse cartoon ''WesternAnimation/BraveLittleTailor''!
13th May '16 9:22:33 PM Everdream
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* {{Jerkass}}: Bambi's father, mainly in the original film. He says barely five sentences to his son throughout the entire film and ''all'' of them make him sound distant, demanding and utterly disappointed in his son. The midquel still has traces of this, but make it a plot point that his character softens throughout the film.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Bambi's father, mainly in the original film. He says barely five sentences to his son throughout the entire film and ''all'' of them make him sound distant, demanding and utterly disappointed in his son. The midquel still has traces of this, but make makes it a plot point that his character softens throughout the film.
13th May '16 7:21:44 PM SnowyWolf
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* MamasBabyPapasMaybe: Unlike the movie, the paternity of any of the deer is uncertain. While in the movie, Bambi was explicitly to be the son of the Old/Great Prince, in the book there is nothing proving that the two are related at all, although they do come to have a father/son relationship. The closest to conformation given on such things is only an implication that the pair of fawns Bambi meets at the end of the novel are his own.
30th Apr '16 10:13:23 PM dsneybuf
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* ProductDisplacement: Unlike its four predecessors in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, none of the [=DVDs=] or Blu-Ray Discs contain a logo for Walt Disney's then-distributor, [[Creator/RKOPictures RKO Radio Pictures]]. Currently, the only home video version of the film to contain its RKO logo is the 1997 laserdisc.

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* ProductDisplacement: Unlike its four predecessors in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, none of the [=DVDs=] or Blu-Ray Discs contain a logo for Walt Disney's then-distributor, [[Creator/RKOPictures RKO Radio Pictures]]. Currently, the only home video version of the film to contain its RKO logo is the 1997 ''WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyMasterpieceCollection'' laserdisc.
12th Apr '16 8:27:01 AM Chariset
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* TheDreaded: Humans, full stop. Every single animal is absolutely terrified of them, and with good reason: they will hunt and kill any animal, big or small. One particularly chilling scene that really hammers this in is when a quail goes crazy with fright that the hunters were coming towards her and tries to fly away. She becomes their first victim.

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* TheDreaded: Humans, full stop. Every single animal is absolutely terrified of them, and with good reason: they will hunt and kill any animal, big or small. One particularly chilling scene that really hammers this in is when a quail pheasant hen goes crazy with fright that fear of the hunters were coming towards her approaching humans and tries to fly away.bolts into the air. She becomes their first victim.



* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Bambi's mother is shot dead by hunters when she and her son are looking for food in the winter snow. A whole generation of kids was traumatized. Now, movies for kids should not be all sanitized pink happy affairs. But the death of a parent is quite disturbing to any six-year-old. This one is fairly famous for all the denial associated therewith. It gets worse. Originally, Bambi was going to go back later, and find his mother ''lying in a pool of blood'', but the idea was scrapped, both because it was too cruel and because it wouldn't make sense for a hunter to score a deer and then just leave it in the woods.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Bambi's mother is shot dead by hunters when she and her son are looking for food in the winter snow. A whole generation of kids was traumatized. Now, movies for kids should not be all sanitized pink happy affairs. But the death of a parent is quite disturbing to any six-year-old. This one is fairly famous for all the denial associated therewith. It gets worse. Originally, Bambi was going to go back later, and find his mother ''lying in a pool of blood'', but the idea was scrapped, both because it was too cruel and because it wouldn't make sense for a hunter to score a deer and then just leave it in the woods.



* JumpScare: Twice by Friend Owl, when he leans toward Bambi it greet him (unintentionally scaring him and the audience), and when he tries to scare off the birds singing "Let's Sing A Gay Little Spring Song" to get some rest.

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* JumpScare: Twice by Friend Owl, when he leans toward Bambi it to greet him (unintentionally scaring him and the audience), and when he tries to scare off the birds singing "Let's Sing A Gay Little Spring Song" to get some rest.



* LighterAndSofter: As compared to the book it's based on.

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* LighterAndSofter: As compared Compared to the book it's based on.original novel.



* OhCrap: That infamous scene in which Faline disappears into the cloud during Bambi's fantasy, and then Ronno emerges from the cloud in her place, wanting to fight Bambi.

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* OhCrap: That infamous scene in which Faline disappears into the cloud during Bambi's fantasy, and then Ronno emerges from the cloud in her place, wanting to fight Bambi.fight.



* SoundOnlyDeath: We hear the fatal gunshot, but we don't actually see Bambi's mother die. Even Bambi is unaware of what's happened until he turns around and realizes she's not behind him.



* WhamLine / NeverSayDie: "Your mother can't be with you anymore".

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* WhamLine / NeverSayDie: WhamLine[=/=]NeverSayDie: "Your mother can't be with you anymore".
10th Apr '16 3:53:33 PM LentilSandEater
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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Bambi's mother is shot dead by hunters when she and her son are looking for food in the winter snow. A whole generation of kids was traumatized. Now, movies for kids should not be all sanitized pink happy affairs. But the death of a parent is quite disturbing to any six-year-old. This one is fairly famous for all the denial associated therewith. It gets worse. Originally, Bambi was going to go back later, and find his mother ''lying in a pool of blood'', but the idea was scrapped, both because it was too cruel and because [[FridgeLogic it wouldn't make sense for a hunter to score a deer and then just leave it in the woods]].

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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Bambi's mother is shot dead by hunters when she and her son are looking for food in the winter snow. A whole generation of kids was traumatized. Now, movies for kids should not be all sanitized pink happy affairs. But the death of a parent is quite disturbing to any six-year-old. This one is fairly famous for all the denial associated therewith. It gets worse. Originally, Bambi was going to go back later, and find his mother ''lying in a pool of blood'', but the idea was scrapped, both because it was too cruel and because [[FridgeLogic it wouldn't make sense for a hunter to score a deer and then just leave it in the woods]].woods.
10th Apr '16 3:50:57 PM LentilSandEater
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'''Thumper:''' Bambi... [[SureLetsGoWithThat Yep, I guess it sounds alright.]]\\

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'''Thumper:''' Bambi... [[SureLetsGoWithThat Yep, I guess it sounds alright.]]\\\\
9th Apr '16 8:53:58 PM MasterofGalaxies4628
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* TheCameo: Bambi himself actually makes an appearance in person in the crowd of toons in the ending of Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit, and in one scene early in the film, Thumper is mentioned by Roger himself [[spoiler: to be his uncle]].
** Also, [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit JudgeDoom]] was originally planned to be [[spoiler: the killer of Bambi's mother in a shocking revelation. It ultimately never made it into the final film unfortunately.]]

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* TheCameo: Bambi himself actually makes an appearance in person in the crowd of toons in the ending of Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit, and in one scene early in the film, Thumper is mentioned by Roger himself [[spoiler: to [[spoiler:to be his uncle]].
** Also, [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit JudgeDoom]] [[spoiler:Judge Doom]] was originally planned to be [[spoiler: the killer of Bambi's mother in a shocking revelation. It ultimately never made it into the final film film, unfortunately.]]



** Bambi's mom can also be seen as the deer Shere Khan is hunting in ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', to the bottom right in the first frame of the prologue to ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', and her and Bambi both shows up during the song "Someone's Waiting For You" in the first Rescuers movie. All of these appearances are the animation of she and Bambi eating grass before the infamous death scene.

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** Bambi's mom can also be seen as the deer Shere Khan is hunting in his introductory scene in ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', to the bottom right in the first frame of the prologue to ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', and her and Bambi both shows up during the song "Someone's Waiting For You" in the first Rescuers movie. All of these appearances are the animation of she and Bambi eating grass before the infamous death scene.



* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Ronno naming his antlers...

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: [[ICallHimMrHappy Ronno naming his antlers...]]



* EnclosedSpace: the story is set entirely in the boundaries of the forest, which the characters never leave.
* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: Thumper's father, who never once appears on-screen in either films, even though Thumper's mother constantly brings up one of his {{Green Aesop}}s if Thumper is ever giving her trouble or causing it. [[NothingIsScarier Man]] is also included, except in ''Bambi's Children'', where they precense is open and clear.

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* EnclosedSpace: the The story is set entirely in the boundaries of the forest, which the characters never leave.
* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: Thumper's father, who never once appears on-screen in either films, even though Thumper's mother constantly brings up one of his {{Green Aesop}}s if Thumper is ever giving her trouble or causing it. [[NothingIsScarier Man]] is also included, except in ''Bambi's Children'', where they precense their presence is open and clear.



* {{Jerkass}}: Bambi's father, mainly in the original film. He says barely 5 sentences to his son throughout the entire film and ''all'' of them make him sound distant, demanding and utterly disappointed in his son. The midquel still has traces of this, but make it a plot point that his character softens throughout the film.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Bambi's father, mainly in the original film. He says barely 5 five sentences to his son throughout the entire film and ''all'' of them make him sound distant, demanding and utterly disappointed in his son. The midquel still has traces of this, but make it a plot point that his character softens throughout the film.



* TheLostWoods: The forest of both films.
* MisplacedWildlife: California Quail? [[MemeticMutation In *my* Maine woods?]] Also, a surprising example of artistic license in a movie which is otherwise amazingly accurate to the nature and animals (see ShownTheirWork above) it's based off of...[[CarnivoreConfusion for the most part anyways.]]

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* TheLostWoods: The forest of both films.
* MisplacedWildlife: California Quail? [[MemeticMutation In *my* In]] ''[[MemeticMutation my]]'' [[MemeticMutation Maine woods?]] Also, a surprising example of artistic license in a movie which is otherwise amazingly accurate to the nature and animals (see ShownTheirWork above) it's based off of...[[CarnivoreConfusion for the most part anyways.]]



* 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 : 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.



* NeverSayDie: The line, "Your mother...can't be with you anymore." Also in the midquel, when the Great Prince outright restrains himself from saying "killed" or "die". This is TruthInTelevision, as many people find it hard to apply these words to people they love. Especially if it was recent and sudden.

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* NeverSayDie: The line, "Your mother...mother can't be with you anymore." Also in the midquel, when the Great Prince outright restrains himself from saying "killed" or "die". This is TruthInTelevision, as many people find it hard to apply these words to people they love. Especially if it was recent and sudden.



* PaleFemalesDarkMales: {{Zig Zagg|ingTrope}}ed. Faline plays this trope straight as both a fawn and a doe, while Bambi's mother {{avert|edTrope}}s it, being colored more or less the same as The Great Prince. Then there are several background bucks that are colored lighter than the others as well.



* SpinOff: Thumper recieved his own series of books called "Disney Bunnies" in the 2000's.
* SceneryPorn

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* SpinOff: Thumper recieved received his own series of books called "Disney Bunnies" in the 2000's.
* SceneryPornSceneryPorn: [[UpToEleven Like you wouldn't believe]]. The backgrounds of the movies look like something out of a Norman Rockwell painting. Perhaps the best known example is the long forest pan at the very start of the first film.


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* WildWilderness: The forest of both films.
7th Mar '16 2:48:20 AM Snicka
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Both the book and the movie are a ComingOfAgeStory that follows the titular character, a young deer (a roe deer in the book, [[AdaptationSpeciesChange a white-tailed deer in the movie]]), from birth to adulthood in the forests of Germany (in the book) or Maine (in the movie).

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Both the book and the movie are a ComingOfAgeStory that follows the titular character, a young deer (a roe deer in the book, [[AdaptationSpeciesChange a white-tailed deer in the movie]]), from birth to adulthood in the forests of Germany Austria (in the book) or Maine (in the movie).
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