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


Brian Pimental


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Patrick Stewart ... The Great Prince (voice)
Alexander Gould ... Bambi (voice)
Keith Ferguson Keith Ferguson ... Friend Owl (voice)
Brendon Baerg Brendon Baerg ... Thumper (voice)
Nicky Jones ... Flower (voice)
Andrea Bowen ... Faline (voice)
Anthony Ghannam ... Ronno (voice)
Makenna Cowgill Makenna Cowgill ... Thumper's Sister (voice)
Emma Rose Lima Emma Rose Lima ... Thumper's Sister (voice)
Ariel Winter ... Thumper's Sister (voice)
Brian Pimental Brian Pimental ... Groundhog / Porcupine (voice)
Carolyn Hennesy ... Bambi's Mother (voice)
Cree Summer ... Mena (voice)
Mary Day Mary Day ... (voice)
Alexis Restrum Alexis Restrum ... (voice)


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

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


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


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Did You Know?


Even though the title is "Bambi II", this movie is not an actual follow-up to the first movie. It takes place in the middle of the first movie as in-between the time Bambi and The Great Prince walk together after Bambi's mother has died and the next Spring, that starts with the "Little Spring Song." See more »


In the original 1942 film Ronno had brown eyes as a stag while in this film he has green eyes as a fawn. See more »


[first lines]
Bambi: Mother! Mother! Moth...
The Great Prince: Your mother can't be with you anymore. Come.
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Crazy Credits

This film would not have been possible without the inspiration from the original motion picture and the work of its talented artists and animators. See more »


There is Life
Music and Lyrics by David Friedman
Performed by Alison Krauss
Arranged by Scott Erickson
Alisson Krauss appears courtesy of Rounder Records
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A Perfect Sequel: Modern Disney WIthout Being Infantile, Beautifully Animated
6 April 2013 | by museumofdaveSee all my reviews

Once upon a time...Walt Disney made timeless, beautifully animated classics for children, stressing the universal quality of the tale, and avoiding current references, cheap laughs (such as having animals fart) and in-jokes directed at adults. Well, folks, this wonderful films is a throwback to those days--its a grand, if often poignant, adventure in the woods, as Bambi learns to be courageous with the help of Thumper and Flower (back again, the former with four sweet, giggling sisters) and with his father.

This is, indeed, more a film for the present (since Mommy was taken away in the original) a Sonny-Daddy bonding movie, but the animation is gloriously anachronistic, carefully hearkening back to the classic Disney look, immersing the viewers, be they children or adults, in the luxurious changing seasons, all the while telling a solid story.

Some folks complain it isn't long enough, which I think is just another indication that we have become overstuffed and incredibly greedy--the original Bambi was a minute shorter than this, Dumbo just above an hour, and even Snow White only ten minutes longer. Do we need to SuperSize everything? Bravo Disney! If you had called this Prince Bambi instead of Bambi II, it would have cleaned up at the box office! Sensitive adults are advised to bring hankies.

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Release Date:

7 February 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bambi and the Great Prince of the Forest See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA


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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital | DTS



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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