Top 15 Bambi Quotes

In this post, you will find great Bambi Quotes from famous people, such as Haley Bennett, Jeff Koons, Travis Knight, James Lapine, Nathan Lane. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

My dad would take me deer hunting with him, which was p

My dad would take me deer hunting with him, which was pretty traumatic – ‘Bambi’ was one of my favorite movies.
I always liked Disney films. To this day I think ‘Bambi’ is great.
If you go back and look at those films, movies like ‘Bambi’ and ‘Pinocchio,’ there are elements that are incredibly dark. Yet no one batted an eye, thinking that kind of entertainment was inappropriate for children.
I’d like to just say that there’s nothing darker thanOld Yeller’ and ‘Bambi’ and some of the early Disney stuff.
The thing that everyone remembers about ‘Bambi’ is that moment. ‘The Lion King,’ took it to quite an extreme because it was an action sequence: his father was killed in a wildebeest stampede – I related, because mine was, too.
Look at the films of Walt Disney: ‘Snow Whitecame out in February 1938, and I can’t think of another film from that year that’s watched as much. The same is true of ‘Bambi,’ ‘Dumbo’… even, frankly, ‘Toy Story,’ which is probably watched more than any other movie of 1995.
I used to do ballet all the time, and I do this ballet workout: it is an amazing thing called Barrecore. It is like pulsing. It turns your legs into, like, jelly, and you feel like a Bambi; you lose so much control over your body because you’re pulsing so much.
I sail, run dogs, ride horses, play professional poker and tell stories about the stuff I’ve been through. And I’m still a romantic; I still want Bambi to make it out of the fire.
Bambi can’t act. Bambi had major attitude.
Treat Williams
My legs are really long and that’s cool apparently, but I’m totally klutzy. I mean, I’m like Bambi. I fall all over myself because I can’t control my arms and my really long legs.
I can’t dance on ice, because I’m like Bambi on ice.
A lot of children remember seeing cartoons, ‘Pinocchio’ or ‘Bambi’ or something that breaks their heart. I remember seeing ‘The Blue Angel‘ and it breaking my heart. It was the first time I realised there was an adult world – that adults could damage each other or destroy each other emotionally.
The thought of eating rabbit and squirrels doesn’t appeal to me. And that was on our table quite often as a kid. In your uppity restaurants, they serve a lot of rabbit. But I just can’t help but think of Peter. And deer, I can’t go there, because of Bambi.
I really cite Walt Disney as teaching me everything I know. It sounds crazy, but I’m serious! In ‘Bambi,’ the mother dies, but you don’t see the corpse. You see the father, the stag, come up and you see ‘Bambi’ alone, and that has so much more impact than seeing a mutilated deer.