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Bambi walks out into an open area and 3 dogs charge him, the Great Prince comes out and kicks/hits the three dogs. The dogs whimper and run away looking unharmed.

Bambi tries to act brave by walking on a porcupine's log (his property), he ends up getting stung. We don't see Bambi get stung but we hear him yell. We later see the quills in his skin (nothing graphic) and Hopper pulling them out one at a time. The whole scene has an action sequence where Bambi tries to avoid getting stung.

Ronno, a deer that shares the same age as Bambi, picks on Bambi throughout the movie. In one sequence, while Ronno was picking on Bambi, Hopper pushes Bambi into Ronno (Ronno thought he did it on purpose) and he chases Bambi and Hopper through the forest. In another forest, Ronno mentions something that makes Bambi mad. In anger, Bambi head-butts Ronno and Ronno fights back. The scene shows them both standing on their hind legs and using their front legs to fight. They head-butt each other many times. The sequence is short.

A deer gets stuck in a man-made trap. The deer tells Bambi to run, but Bambi sidetracks the dogs into chasing him instead. The scene is pretty long and Bambi is seen in peril a few times, some young children might get frightened during this long scene. During this scene many of the dogs get injured, although you never see the dogs get injured but you can predict what happened to them (one dog was kicked off the ledge and you can hear it wimper).

The violence in the movie is a bare minimum as there was hardly any, the only thing that I could see that might be bad is the one scene where Bambi was in peril, however out of bravery he was able to prevail. There was no bad language, as it would be very strange if Disney made animals cuss. There was nothing sexual in the movie, the only thing I could think of is Bambi and Faline kissing, which is nothing because there was love and emotion behind it.

I cannot recommend an age range for the movie, as I believe kids should be able to see movies based on their maturity level. After reading what you read above, does your kids understand the multiple themes that are portrayed in those scenes, if so, they are mature enough to see the movie.

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