When it comes to Disney films, there are a few classics that will always touch hearts of every age. Bambi , now 75 years old resonates with grandmothers and children of all ages. We all remember falling in love with Bambi and Thumper and following their adventure. You most likely have some of the scenes imbedded in your brain. When you see how far animation has come, you’re even more amazed at how much Disney had put into Bambi.
You can now add Bambi to your Disney collection and watch it with your children or grandchildren and re-live your childhood memories while making new ones.
I spent some time with Disney on a press trip and learned a lot of inside information about Bambi, including meeting the actual voices of both Bambi and Thumper- http://tools2tiaras.com/celebrating-75-years-disneys-bambi-meet-bambi-thumper/
In the new Blu-ray edition you will find bonus material that will amaze you. Hear Walt himself talk about challenges and triumphs. Watch again the amazing artwork.
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BONUS MATERIAL (BLU-RAY & DIGITAL* HD) INCLUDES:
·THE BAMBI EFFECT – “Bambi” was full of innovations for its time. Let’s take a look at how those past innovations affected future Disney animated titles all the way up to today.
·STUDIO STORIES: “BAMBI” – Recordings of Walt Disney. Listen in on intimate moments where he discusses the challenges, pitfalls and triumphs during the production of “Bambi.”
· DELETED SCENE: BAMBI’S ICE AND SNOW – Bambi coaxes Thumper and his brothers and sisters to come play on the ice during the first snow.
· DELETED SCENE: THE GRASSHOPPER – A grasshopper confronts Bambi and Thumper and finds himself in quite a predicament.
· BAMBI FAWN FACTS – Think you know everything there is to know about Bambi and his forest companions? Well, it’s time to discover some fun real-life facts about the creatures that live in the forest he calls home.
· OSWALD THE LUCKY RABBIT: “AFRICA BEFORE DARK” – Oswald Short.
· CELEBRATING TYRUS WONG (DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE) – A heartfelt look at the man who played a key role in the success of “Bambi.” Much like Mary Blair and Eyvind Earle, Tyrus Wong had a unique signature style all to his own. The soft water-colored backgrounds and beautiful palettes in “Bambi” were inspired by Tyrus’ concept art paintings.