In Disney's spectacularly animated forest fable, a fawn named Bambi is born, destined to become "Prince of the Forest." He soon befriends other woodland creatures such as Flower, a bashful skunk, and Thumper, an outgoing rabbit. As the years pass, they encounter a number of life's lessons in the woods, including the death of Bambi's mother at the hands of hunters. Eventually, Bambi comes of age, completing the cycle of life and taking his father's place.Based on the classic novel by Felix Salten, BAMBI demonstrates the strength of family values and camaraderie. Director David Hand adds a mixture of great songs and life-like backgrounds to make this early Disney film an unforgettable film classic for all ages., The "Bambi" Special Edition is a DVD collection that contains the popular animated film and various other features as well. This two-disc set contains the original film in all of its glory for a new audience to enjoy. Whether it is the animation, the music, or the story, “Bambi” has long been one of the most popular Disney classics ever produced. The "Bambi" Special Edition DVD gives everyone the chance to enjoy the classic in high quality and gives fans of the series the chance to update their collection. The two-disc set showcases a film that follows a young deer on its journey to adulthood and through various difficult circumstances. The animation within the film is of the highest, hand-drawn quality that has ever been produced, and the music, comedy, and story are remembered by all that view it. Director David Hand's classic is designed to be enjoyed by movie lovers of all ages. The "Bambi" Special Edition is a good purchase for anyone who loves animated films and engaging storytelling.
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"...BAMBI stands out as a rare example of communication through visual imagery....BAMBI remains a potent story that touches deep fears and emotions..."
Los Angeles Times - Charles Solomon (07/15/1988)
"Weaving design, colour, movement and emotion into one impressionistic symphony of the seasons..."
Uncut - Danny Leigh (03/01/2005)
"The backdrops eschew realism but help put you in the picture."
USA Today - Mike Clark (03/04/2005)
"As fresh and moving today as it was 65 years ago."
Empire - Empire Staff (03/01/2008)
"Quite possibly the very highest point in the soon-to-be-lost art of hand-drawn animation."
Premiere - Glenn Kenny (03/01/2005)