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The story of Bambi growing up in the care of his father, The Great Prince of the Forest.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Bambi (voice)
Keith Ferguson ...
Friend Owl (voice)
Brendon Baerg ...
Thumper (voice)
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Flower (voice)
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Faline (voice)
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Ronno (voice)
Makenna Cowgill ...
Emma Rose Lima ...
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Brian Pimental ...
Groundhog / Porcupine (voice)
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Bambi's Mother (voice)
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Mena (voice)
Mary Day ...
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Alexis Restrum ...
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The story of Bambi growing up in the care of his father, The Great Prince of the Forest.

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A Son's Courage. A Father's Love.


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26 January 2006 (Argentina)  »

Also Known As:

Bambi and the Great Prince of the Forest  »

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$502,777 (Spain) (10 February 2006)

Gross:

$255,063 (Chile) (24 March 2006)
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The final animated film to have been released on VHS. A History of Violence (2005) would later claim the distinction of being the final film released on the format. See more »

Goofs

After Flower said "See? I told you turtles were scary!" When Bambi laughs, the rest of his forehead is suddenly colored in when it's not supposed to be. See more »

Quotes

Bambi: [Bambi has a dream in which he meets his mother] I miss you so much.
Bambi's Mother: Shh. There now. It's going to be all right. You'll see.
Bambi: Why'd you have to go?
Bambi's Mother: Everything in the forest has its season. Where one thing falls, another grows. Maybe not what was there before, but something new and wonderful all the same.
Bambi: But I feel so alone.
Bambi's Mother: I'm always with you. Even when you can't see me, I'm here.
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Let's Sing a Gay Little Spring Song
Music and Lyrics by Frank Churchill & Larry Morey
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A midquel which tells the story of how Bambi meets and gets to know his father
12 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I grew up watching the old Disney movies, and Bambi has always been one of my favorites. When I first saw that they were making a new Bambi movie, I was really torn. I hoped that it would be a good follow-up, but was afraid that it would ruin the whole Bambi experience.

I was pleasantly surprised to find that the movie, though not as good as the original is far surpassing many Disney sequels.

The animation quality is good. Not only is it much better than most of Disney's recent sequels, it is is actually up to, and at some points even surpassing, the animation in the original. The songs were beautiful, and to my immense relief, they are all sung in the background in the style of the original. There is only one point at which any of the animals sing. It was extremely cheesy, but mercifully short.

The only real failing of this movie is that it lacks the fresh, genuine feeling of the original. While Bambi I felt unique and novel, Bambi II often feels cliché and it seems like they are recycling some material from The Lion King. The addition of Ronno as an antagonist adds nothing to the story but goofiness and low-quality humor. The Great Prince's character seems to be the caricature "single dad" struggling to understand his kid. And while Bambi's character has always been humanized (as are all animals in Disney movies) he seems far more "human" and much less "animal" than he did in the original.

Overall, I liked this movie, and was able to get a few nostalgic moments. Although it does not quite live up to the original, it is nevertheless a sweet and enjoyable movie.


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