Bambi is a 1942 American animated drama film directed by David Hand (supervising a team of sequence directors), produced by Walt Disney and based on the book Bambi, A Life in the Woods by Austrian author Felix Salten. The film was released by RKO Radio Pictures on August 13, 1942, and is the fifth film in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. Wikipedia
Bambi is a member of the following lists: American films, English-language films, United States National Film Registry films, Films based on children's books, Films shot in Technicolor, American animated films, Disney animated features canon, Films featuring anthropomorphic characters, Films about animals and 1942 films.
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Thumper: (Bambi and Thumper see birds flying by. Bambi looks at them intriguingly.) Those are birds. Bambi: Bur... Bur! Thumper: Look! He's trying to talk. Bambi: Bur! Other rabbits: He's trying to say "bird." Thumper: Say "bird." (wiggles his nose) Bambi: Bur. (wiggles nose) Thumper: Bird. Bambi: Bur! Thumper: Uh-uh. Bir-duh! Other rabbits: Come on, say "bird." Say "bird!" Bambi: Bird! (rabbits scatter and run to their mother) Other rabbits: He talked, he talked! He talked, Mama! The Young Prince said "bird." Bambi: Bird, bird, bird, bird, bird bird! (Bambi sees a yellow butterfly, which he begins to chase until it lands on his tail.) Bambi: Bird! Thumper: No, that's not a bird. That's a butterfly. Bambi: Butterfly? Butter- (Bambi sees the butterfly has now gone; he then runs over to a big yellow flower among some other wildflowers.) Bambi: Butterfly! Thumper: No, that's a flower. Bambi: Flower? Thumper: Uh-huh, it's purty. (Thumper smells the flowers.) Bambi: Purty. (Bambi starts smelling the flowers, and comes nose-to-nose with a little skunk.) Bambi: Flower! Flower: Me? Thumper: (laughing hysterically) That's not a flower! He's a little- Flower: Oh, that's all right. He can call me a flower if he wants to; I don't mind. Bambi: Purty. Purty flower! Thumper: (starts to giggle) Oh, gosh.