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(2006)

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This movie broke the record of the longest interval between a sequel and its predecessor, previously held by The Wizard of Oz (1939) and Return to Oz (1985). Bambi (1942) was released in 1942, "Bambi II" in 2006, 64 years later.
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Even though the title is "Bambi II", this film is not an actual follow-up to the first movie; it takes place in the middle of the first film.
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Patrick Stewart (The Great Prince) is the only actor to appear in the film who was alive at the time that Bambi (1942) was produced.
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This film includes ideas meant for Bambi (1942) which were ultimately cut.
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The film was released in theaters in 25 countries, but in the USA it was a direct-to-video release.
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The background-paintings were painted with "Corel Photo Paint", but some of the original oil-painting backgrounds from the 1942 original movie were scanned with a computer, and parts of these scans were reused in the new backgrounds.
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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.
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The DVD of the film sold 2.6 million copies in its first day, a then-record for any film, animated or not, direct-to-video or not.
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The film went through several production names. The first was "Bambi and the Great Prince of the Forest", which was its advertised title on the Bambi DVD. The next title was shortened to "Bambi and the Great Prince", then finally, "Bambi II".
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It was originally announced that Christopher Lee was cast in the film as "The Man of the Forest". However, the character was removed from the story during early production.
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Alexander Gould (Bambi) was also the original voice of Nemo in Finding Nemo (2003).
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