[[caption-width-right:300: ForegoneConclusion at its [[MoodWhiplash worst]].]]
''Bambi Meets Godzilla'': Described by Marv Newland.

An extremely short cartoon, less than two minutes in length, written, animated, and directed by Marv Newland, with costumes and set-dressing by Marv Newland. Marv Newland was produced by Mr. and Mrs. Newland, and they are credited accordingly. All-told, the credits themselves take up approximately half of the animation's running time, which is ironic given that the only person that ever worked on the short ''was'' Marv Newland.

So, what does the animation depict (besides credits)?

Well, it starts with Disney/{{Bambi}} (a deer) foraging peacefully as the opening credits roll and classical [[StandardSnippet music]] (specifically, "Ranz Des Vaches", from Music/GioachinoRossini's ''William Tell'') plays in the background.

[[MoodWhiplash And then]] Franchise/{{Godzilla}} [[CurbStompBattle steps on him]].

And the music turns into the LastNoteNightmare from Music/TheBeatles' "A Day in the Life" just as abruptly.

That's it, really.

Notable for being the most inventive CreditsGag ever depicted (as mentioned above, every position is credited to Marv Newland), and for its brevity (total running time is 1:30, making it among the shortest works to have their own Wiki/TVTropes pages [[note]]''The'' shortest is either ''WebVideo/TheRemarkableJourneyOfHigginsVonHiggings'', ''Film/RoundhayGardenScene'', or ''TheUglyBarnacle''[[/note]]), Newland had intended to make a live-action film, but he lost the chance for an essential shot, and retreated to his room (interestingly enough, the room was rented from the same woman that provided Snow White's voice in [[Disney/SnowWhite Disney's iconic film]]) to create ''Bambi Meets Godzilla''.

Several sequels (not by Newland) were produced, but failed to live up to the quality of the original.

[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-wUdetAAlY You can watch the original here.]]

Not to be confused with Creator/{{David Mamet}}'s book ''Bambi Vs. Godzilla''.
!! "Tropes by Marv Newland":
* AllLowercaseLetters: The credits are entirely in lowercase letters.
* AnvilOnHead: Well, less an anvil and more of a foot...
* CreditsGag: Nearly all the credits are to "Marv Newland". Additionally, the credits nearly run the entire running time, building up to a 2 second conclusion.
* CurbStompBattle: Needless to say, Bambi did not put up much of a fight.
* DeathByLookingUp: Could be coincidental, but Bambi looks up just before Godzilla stomps on him.
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: It's entirely in black-and-white.
* DownerEnding: Unless you were [[RootingForTheEmpire on Godzilla's side]].
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: Depends on how you define "meeting".
* FailedASpotCheck: Bambi was too busy eating to hear a Godzilla approaching him?
* FeetFirstIntroduction: Guess who. And does the Big G ever make the most of it!
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: One of the credits states "Marv Newland. Produced by Mr. and Mrs. Newland."
* GiantFootOfStomping: Bambi goes squish underneath Godzilla's scaly foot. But what did you expect from the Big G?
* JuxtapositionGag: Bambi and Godzilla, together at last!
* KillEmAll: Or, at least 50% of 'em.
* KillTheCutie: The reason why Bambi was chosen for the fight. He's just ''that'' cute.
* MinimalistCast: Bambi and Godzilla, that's it.
* RRatedOpening: If you saw this at the start of the old Godzilla 1985 tape it certainly helped set the tone for the DarkerAndEdgier G-film that no longer had monster wrestling.
* ShoutOut: To ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'' and ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'', naturally.
* SpecialThanks: To the city of Tokyo for Godzilla's appearance, as well as Newland's roundabout thanks to his parents.