History Disney / Bambi

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9th Apr '18 7:56:28 AM Pichu-kun
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** Ronno appears as a OneSceneWonder who tries to force Faline to be his mate. In the books, he starts off as Bambi's adult friend who becomes his rival once Bambi grows up (though Bambi scares him off without as much as a fight).

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** Ronno appears as a OneSceneWonder an one scene character who tries to force Faline to be his mate. In the books, he starts off as Bambi's adult friend who becomes his rival once Bambi grows up (though Bambi scares him off without as much as a fight).
9th Apr '18 7:56:00 AM Pichu-kun
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* AdaptationalVillainy: The hunters in the film are explicitly reckless and thoughtless -- they spray the landscape with bullets while shooting at everything that moves, and their ill-tended campfire sets half the forest ablaze. Bambi's mother, shot in early spring, is clearly the victim of a poacher.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: AdaptationalVillainy:
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The hunters in the film are explicitly reckless and thoughtless -- they spray the landscape with bullets while shooting at everything that moves, and their ill-tended campfire sets half the forest ablaze. Bambi's mother, shot in early spring, is clearly the victim of a poacher.poacher.
** Ronno appears as a OneSceneWonder who tries to force Faline to be his mate. In the books, he starts off as Bambi's adult friend who becomes his rival once Bambi grows up (though Bambi scares him off without as much as a fight).
* AdaptedOut: Faline's twin brother Gobo, Nettla (Bambi's surrogate mother after his mother dies), Karus, Marena, Friend Hare (replaced with Thumper), and several minor characters.


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* AgeLift: Ronno in the film is an adult when Bambi is a fawn. In the film they're the same age.
3rd Mar '18 2:24:28 PM Prinzenick
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* AntiVillain: [[WordOfGod According to]] [[Creator/DisneysNineOldMen animators Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston]] in their book ''Literature/TheDisneyVillain'', [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen Man]], the villain of Bambi, is this, simply because he had no comprehension of the pain and terror he was inflicting on what he simply thought were mindless animals.
-->"The biggest threat, of course, is from the predator, man, and his gun. As victims, the deer have no way of combating this foe and must suffer the consequences. Man, for his part, has no thought or understanding of the pain he has inflicted on the wild animals by pursing his own personal desires. There is no villainy in his heart when he kills Bambi's mother, yet to the audience, this is an event that stays with them for the rest of their lives."
11th Feb '18 12:44:06 PM fruitstripegum
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* AllThereIsToKnowAboutTheCryingGame: What's weird is that the infamous death scene is the only scene anyone seems to remember. Also, it seems that nobody is aware that Bambi ever grows older. Disney isn't particularly helping, however, as there is almost ''no'' merchandise portraying Bambi as an adult, and ''Bambi II'' is actually a midquel and not a sequel as already mentioned.
** Which is ironic, given that the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLvX-erABqY original advertisements for the film in 1942]] did the exact opposite, showing only the third act and playing up the romance between Bambi and Faline as well as the final confrontation with the hunters. In this case, it is the child Bambi that is not even mentioned.
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.
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