Crossword clues for bambi
- Disney classic
- Phylline's mate, in a 1942 film
- Disney's deer
- Dear deer
- Disney deer
- Kids' classic subtitled "A Life in the Woods"
- Buck of filmdom
- Highest-grossing movie of 1942
- 1942 movie with the song "Love Is a Song"
- Thumper's "deer friend"
- White-tailed movie star
- Disney fawn
- "___ Meets Godzilla" (classic 1969 cartoon)
- Hit 1942 film with the song "Love Is a Song"
- Innocent one
Bambi is a critically acclaimed 1942 Walt Disney film.
Bambi may refer to:
"Bambi" was the seventh episode of British sitcom The Young Ones. It was written by Ben Elton, Rik Mayall and Lise Mayer, and directed by Paul Jackson. It was first aired on BBC2 on 8 May 1984, as the premiere episode of the show's second season. It is one of the most remembered episodes for its famous University Challenge sequence. This scene also showcased the two emerging sides of British comedy at the time: The Young Ones, representative of the new British 'Punk' Alternative Comedy scene, against comedians who represented the new 'Oxbridge' Comedy Scene.
Bambi is the title character in Felix Salten's 1923 novel Bambi, A Life in the Woods and its sequel Bambi's Children, as well as the Disney animated films Bambi and Bambi II. In the films, his species was changed from roe deer to the white-tailed deer, which would be more familiar to American audiences. His image is a Disney icon, comparable to the recognition of Jiminy Cricket or Tinkerbell, and he is even shown on Disney stock certificates. He appears as a summon in the video game Kingdom Hearts, and as one of the guests in the animated television series House of Mouse. He also makes cameos in No Hunting (1955), Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988), and The Lion King 1½ (2004).
Bambi is a French documentary film, released in 2013. Directed by Sébastien Lifshitz, the film is a profile of Marie-Pierre Pruvot, an Algerian-born trans woman who had a long and prominent career as a dancer and showgirl in Paris in the 1950s and 1960s, under the stage name Bambi, before becoming a university professor.
The film won the Teddy Award for Best Documentary Film at the 2013 Berlin International Film Festival.