Bambi II

Synopsis: The story of Bambi growing up in the care of his father, The Great Prince of the Forest.
Director(s): Brian Pimental
Production: DisneyToon Studios
  1 win & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.1
Rotten Tomatoes:
50%
G
Year:
2006
75 min
1,559 Views


Mother!

Mother!

Your mother can't be

with you anymore.

Come.

- Friend Owl.

- Excuse me, sir.

I hope I'm not intruding, but...

Well, I just had to come.

Poor little fellow.

So young to be without his mother.

Well, if I can be of any help...

Wait.

I could use your help.

Find me a suitable doe to raise Bambi.

Oh, yes. Of course, yes.

Food's so scarce.

Does can barely feed themselves.

Perhaps you could...

Me? You know as well as I do,

a prince looks after the herd.

Does care for the young.

But you are his father, and

circumstances being what they are...

- Until spring.

- Oh, excellent.

After all, who better

to raise the young prince

than the Great Prince himself?

Under the snow,

beneath the frozen streams

There is life

You have to know

When nature sleeps, she dreams

There is life

And the colder the winter,

the warmer the spring

The deeper the sorrow,

the more our hearts sing

Even when you can't see it

Inside everything

There is life

After the rain, the sun will reappear

There is life

After the pain, the joy will still be here

There is life

For it's out of the darkness

that we learn to see

And out of the silence

that songs come to be

And all that we dream of

awaits patiently

There is life

There is life

Good morning.

Bambi, a prince awakens

before the forest does.

If you're late again,

I'll have no choice but to...

What was that?

What was what?

I guess it was my stomach.

Then you should eat.

Oh, well...

I suppose I should

find you something to eat.

Here.

No, thank you.

- Have you ever tried it?

- Well, no.

Then how do you know

you don't like it if you've never tried it?

Come along. We have to check

on the other deer in the South Wood.

Bambi!

A prince does not whoo-hoo.

- He doesn't?

- He certainly does not.

A prince maintains control at all times.

Display dignity. Walk with pride.

I'm okay!

Cold! Cold!

One, two...

Two...

Two...

Don't you think it'd be better

if we got a little closer?

The distance makes it easier

to spot danger.

But it sure makes it

harder to play with them.

Play is a healthy part

of a young deer's development.

- Is that so?

- Mother says so.

- One time, Mother and I were out...

- Bambi.

A fawn came over and wanted to play...

Bambi.

I think it's best to

leave the past in the past.

A prince does not look back,

only ahead.

Yes, sir.

Now, come. We still have

a lot of ground to cover today.

Don't fall behind.

Thumper!

Bambi! Boy, am I glad to see you.

What's wrong?

They've been after me all morning.

- Who has?

- Oh, big brother!

It's them!

- Hello, young prince.

- Hello, young prince.

- Oh. Hello.

- Have you seen Thumper around?

I think he's over there. Look, look.

Oh, okay.

I guess we will be leaving, then.

Gotcha!

Mama says you're gonna

take us to see the groundhog.

What she says goes.

Well, she's not the boss of me.

If I don't want to, Mama can't make me.

- Hi, Mama.

- What did your father tell you?

- About what?

- About playing with your sisters.

Oh, that one.

A family that plays together

stays together,

even if it means

taking your dumb sisters.

Bambi!

Coming! I gotta go.

But you can't go.

You can't leave me with the girls.

Come on, Thumper. You gotta

take us to see the groundhog.

Why don't you go with your friends

to see the groundhog?

But I want to stay with you.

Yes, well...

I have to check on the South Meadow,

and it's very far.

You go see the groundhog.

I'll meet you there later.

Okay.

I'll meet you.

Hey, Thumper, wait for me!

- You sit by me!

- No, no!

Quiet!

First one there's who I sit by.

- Hooray! It's gonna be me!

- It's gonna be me!

I'm sure glad your father let you come.

He understands.

He and I are best pals.

Wake up, Flower. Wake up.

Come on, Flower.

You're gonna miss the groundhog.

Gosh, I hope

the groundhog sees his shadow,

so I can get back to hibernating.

Attention, everyone. Attention.

Everybody, gather round.

We'll be starting

in just a few moments, yes.

Now, there's plenty of room.

Ma'am, could you just scoot over one?

Very nice.

The young prince.

This is a special occasion.

We decided we'll all sit by you.

Greetings, greetings.

Each year we gather round

to watch the groundhog

emerge from his winter slumber,

for if he sees his shadow...

It means more winter!

Yes. But if he doesn't...

Spring is on its way!

Yes.

Now, without any further interruptions,

the groundhog!

The groundhog!

Where's the groundhog?

- Groundhog! Groundhog!

- Groundhog! Groundhog!

Now, what seems to be the problem?

I'm afraid to go out there.

I'll see my shadow.

Well, that's entirely the point, isn't it?

I don't care.

Must we go through this every year?

Hello, Bambi.

Hi, Faline.

- I almost didn't recognize you.

- Really?

I guess it's 'cause

my spots are almost gone.

And my antlers are coming in, too.

Can you see them?

Well...

I don't see anything.

Well, I don't.

Oh, well, yes.

The groundhog!

Why me? This is the last year.

My nerves just can't take it anymore.

- I see his shadow.

- More winter.

More hibernating.

No shadow, no shadow.

Please, no shadow.

Please don't let there be a shadow.

Please don't let there be a shadow.

No shadow. No shadow.

Oh, spring is here! Spring is here!

Oh, let's sing a gay little spring song

Let's get together and sing

Oh, that song.

Oh, I'll never be frightened again.

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