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|Directed by||Brian Pimental|
|Produced by||Jim Ballantine
|Screenplay by||Alicia Kirk|
|Story by||Brian Pimental
|Based on||Bambi, A Life in the Woods by
Emma Rose Lima
|Music by||Bruce Broughton|
|Editing by||Jeremy Milton
|Distributed by||Walt Disney Pictures|
|Running time||72 minutes|
Bambi II is a 2006 Disney animated feature directed by Brian Pimental that initially premiered in theaters in Argentina on January 26, 2006, before being released as a direct-to-video title in the United States on February 7, 2006. It holds the world record for the longest span of time between two consecutive instalments of a franchise, being released 64 years after the original.
The film is a midquel, the story taking place in the middle of Disney's original Bambi, with the Great Prince of the Forest dealing with the now motherless Bambi. It was first titled Bambi and the Great Prince, but was renamed Bambi and the Great Prince of the Forest and later Bambi II.
The film begins shortly after the death of Bambi's mother. After leading his son home to safety, Bambi's father, the Great Prince of the Forest, confides in Friend Owl, feeling that he hasn't any time for parenting and requesting that Owl help him find a doe who may be interested in adopting Bambi. Owl agrees, leaving the Great Prince to raise Bambi for the time being.
The following day is Groundhog Day, and Bambi is invited by his anxious group of friends to partake in the annual tradition of watching as the groundhog emerges from his den. Albeit the children are overjoyed upon the positive results of the ritual (spring will arrive soon), a belligerent young buck called Ronno interferes with the celebratory event and gloats about allegedly behaving courageously around hunters, challenging Bambi. However, before long the children's parents arrive to guide them home, interrupting the conflict between the two fawns and leaving a lonesome Bambi feeling mournful over his mother's loss. After dozing off and dreaming about the revival of his mother, he is awakened by a hunter's deer call and is lured to a grassy field, believing that his mother might have recovered and could be calling to him, but is petrified in terror by a pack of snarling hunting dogs. Luckily the Great Prince arrives and wards off the dogs, but he is disappointed in his son for remaining frozen before the animals rather than fleeing to safety. Bambi realizes that his mother will never return and makes it his goal to improve with his bravery in order to impress his father, knowing that he one day will take over the position of Great Prince of the Forest.
Thumper and Flower assist Bambi in achieving his goal by teaching him to frighten his fears off. As the three happily romp about together, they soon stumble upon a disgruntled porcupine that catapults itself on top of Bambi for trespassing on its territory (a log that the trio use as a bridge for crossing a river) leaving his backside covered with quills and embarrassing him in front of Faline, his romantic interest, and Ronno, who taunts Bambi for his actions in front of the hunting dogs and his supposed cowardice and winds up triggering a fight between the pair. While escaping from Ronno, Bambi leaps across a pair of grassy cliffs, which his father catches sight of and congratulates his young son for his strength. Bambi is encouraged to continue practicing with his strength, and the Great Prince of the Forest starts to spend more quality time with him as a result. However, as the two gradually grow more attached to one another, Friend Owl introduces Bambi and his father to a doe that he has summoned to raise Bambi named Mena, who lives farther away than Bambi's father and playmates and therefore separating the fawn from his friends. However, after Bambi bids his friends farewell and starts to leave with Mena, he runs into Ronno, who starts to poke fun at him. Antagonized by Ronno's mockery, Bambi starts to brawl with his enemy (in a similar fashion to how the pair would later combat for Faline's love as adults), but Mena's leg is caught in a hunter's trap, attracting the attention of another pack of hunting dogs. Bambi runs off for help and soon encounters his father, who emancipates Mena from the trap, and Bambi takes off for a grassy meadow. Trailed by dogs, Bambi escapes and winds up stumbling upon several accomplices (often unintentionally) along the way (such as the ill-tempered porcupine and Flower, who sprays the dogs) and is reunited with his father on a rocky cliff. However, the rocks collapse beneath Bambi's weight, leaving him lying in the grass weakened and nearly unconscious. The Great Prince, overjoyed to be reunited with Bambi, welcomes his son back into his care.
Weeks after, Thumper recounts the tale of Bambi's bravery (filled with exaggerations) to the other woodland animals, and Bambi has now sprouted the antler stubs which he had been hoping for throughout the course of the movie. His father leads him to the glen where he first met Bambi's mother, revealing to his son that he behaved in a similar fashion during childhood.
Patrick Stewart as The Great Prince of the forest. He's Bambi's father, and due to the death of his mother, The Great Prince, has to be his legal guardian.
Nicky Jones as Flower. He's one of Bambi's friends, he and Thumper, try to help Bambi, be brave, in order to impress his father.
Anthony Ghannam as Ronno. The main antagonist of the film, and Bambi's rival. He's the deer, that Bambi fought in the original film.
Cree Summer as Mena. She's to be Bambi's new mother, and is revealed to have been childhood friends, with Bambi's mom.
Keith Ferguson as Friend Owl. He's told by The Great Prince, to find a new mother for Bambi.
Brian Pimental as The Groundhog and Porcupine. The Groundhog, comes out of his hole, to determine wether winter will end or not, but can be very timid. The Porcupine, can be grumpy, and very over protective of his log.
Carolyn Hennesy as Bambi's Mother. She was shot by a hunter, and because of her death, Bambi must be looked after, by his father.
While the film was a direct-to-video release in many countries, including the United States, Japan, Canada, mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, it was a theatrical release in the United Kingdom, France, Austria, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Australia and some other European countries.
Bambi II's musical score includes instrumental pieces by Bruce Broughton, and new vocal songs by several noted artists, including Alison Krauss, Martina McBride, and Anthony Callea. Coinciding with the film's DVD release, the soundtrack was released by Walt Disney Records in the United States on February 7, 2006. Produced by Matt Walker, the CD includes nine songs from the film, as well as three tracks from Bambi.
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