Ep. 9 – There’s not even a content warning!

Bambi (1942) – Part One.

Who’s ready to spend some time in the woods? After many years of effort, Disney finally released Bambi in 1942. They took their time and we both thought it was worth the wait. We talk about Mary’s new favorite artist, Tyrus Wong; the Bambi effect, and yes, we do talk about Bambi’s mom.

The next half of the discussion will be posted on April 19th.

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Buy Bambi on Blu-Ray



Disney Fandom Wiki

Bambi by Felix Salten on Project Gutenberg

Bambi: cute, lovable, vulnerable…or a dark parable of antisemitic terror? (The Guardian)

How Disney’s 1942 Film Bambi Came to Be Influenced by the Lush Landscapes of the Sung Dynasty (Smithsonian Magazine)

Water to Paper, Paint to Sky: The Art of Tyrus Wong (Walt Disney Family Museum)

Tyrus Wong and the art of “Bambi”

Tezuka In English – Bambi (Manga)

The Magic of Twins (Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences)

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