When the film staff decided to add rabbit characters to the film, they took an idea from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). The plan was to develop 6 rabbits with individual personalities and looks, similar to the Dwarfs from the previous film. 'Perce Pearce' (qV) then had a different idea. He suggested to depict 6 rabbits, but to depict to 5 of them with generic looks and personalities. The sixth one would have distinctive colouration and personality to allow him to stand out. Pearce's idea for the unique rabbit was developed into Thumper. See more »
Before Bambi tries to talk, his eyes are mistakenly drawn to look as if they have split for a short second while the little songbirds fly around his head. See more »
Bambi is simply amazing , fun , beautiful and inspiring , it was surely a film that marked my childhood and even today admire , the soundtrack is incredible and unique , the characters are very charismatic , and especially the own protagonist is too cute , enchants anyone, even being a cute movie , it has its serious and extremely sad parts , also has romantic parts that are very pleasant , Bambi matures over the film along with the other characters , I love with all my heart all of them, this film for me has no defect , Bambi is charming, exciting and fun , any child would love this movie that deserves to continue passing from generation to generation , a work of art like this deserves to never be forgotten
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