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Bambi (1942) Bluray Hindi-English

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Plot/Synopsis

Bambi’s tale unfolds from season to season as the young prince of the forest learns about life, love, and friends.

Information:-

Title: Bambi
Year: 1942
Ratings: 7.0/10
Popularity: 47.956
Released Date: 1942-08-14
Quality: Bluray – 480p | 720p
Duration: 1 hours 10 minutes
Genres: Animation | Drama | Family
Language: Dual Audio | Hindi-English
Subtitles: Esubs
Status: Released
Star Casts: Donnie Dunagan, Peter Behn, Stan Alexander, Cammie King, Will Wright, Hardie Albright
Directors: David Hand
Writers: Perce Pearce, Mel Shaw, Vernon Stallings, Ralph Wright
Revenue: 267,447,150 USD
Budget: 858,000 USD
Companies: Walt Disney Productions
Countries: United States of America
Source:  IMDB | TMDB

Tags: loss of loved one, forest, coming of age, best friend, cartoon rabbit, forest fire, fawn, cartoon deer

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Author: Geronimo1967
“Bambi” is born into an idyllic forest life – his father is the bull stag; his mother an adoring hind and he quickly befriends all the other animals in his gloriously technicolour world. He learns to walk, to talk, even to ice-skate with the help of his bunny pal “Thumper” and he encounters the joys and perils of the seasons from sunny summers to freezing winters too. All is perfect until human beings take an hand – then, alongside his father and his friends, he must face the more brutal realities of life. The animation is gorgeous – simplistic, perhaps, by 2020 standards – but the artistic craftsmanship of the drawings and the score more than adequately compensate for that. There is a minimum of dialogue – the images tell the story, and they do it superbly.

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