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Famous Bambi Quotes
Friend Owl: Yes. Nearly everybody gets twitterpated in the springtime. For example: You’re walking along, minding your own business. You’re looking neither to the left, nor to the right, when all of a sudden you run smack into a pretty face. Woo-woo! You begin to get weak in the knees. Your head’s in a whirl. And then you feel light as a feather, and before you know it, you’re walking on air. And then you know what? You’re knocked for a loop, and you completely lose your head!
Thumper: Gosh, that’s awful. Flower: Gee whiz. Bambi: Terrible! Friend Owl: And that ain’t all. It could happen to anyone, so you’d better be careful. [points at Bambi] Friend Owl: It could happen to you… [points at Thumper] Friend Owl: …and you, and… [Flower looks at Owl shyly] Friend Owl: Yes, it could even happen to you! Thumper: Well, it’s not gonna happen to me. Bambi: Me neither. Flower: Me neither.
Mrs. Rabbit: Thumper! Thumper: Yes, mama? Mrs. Rabbit: What did your father tell you this morning? Thumper: [clears throat] If you can’t say something nice… don’t say nothing at all.
Thumper: Eating greens is a special treat, It makes long ears and great big feet. But it sure is awful stuff to eat. I made that last part up myself.
Young Bambi: What happened, Mother? Why did we all run? Bambi’s Mother: Man was in the forest.
Thumper: [Bambi and Thumper see birds flying by. Bambi looks at them intriguingly.] Those are birds. Bambi: Bur… Bur! Thumper: Look! He’s trying to talk. Bambi: Bur! Other rabbits: He’s trying to say bird. Thumper: Say bird. [wiggles his nose] Bambi: Bur. [wiggles nose] Thumper: Bird. Bambi: Bur! Thumper: Uh-uh. Bir-duh! Other rabbits: Come on, say bird. Say bird! Bambi: Bird! [rabbits scatter and run to their mother] Other rabbits: He talked, he talked! He talked, Mama! The Young Prince said bird. Bambi: Bird, bird, bird, bird, bird bird! [Bambi sees a yellow butterfly, which he begins to chase until it lands on his tail.] Bambi: Bird! Thumper: No, that’s not a bird. That’s a butterfly. Bambi: Butterfly? Butter- [Bambi sees the butterfly has now gone; he then runs over to a big yellow flower among some other wildflowers.] Bambi: Butterfly! Thumper: No, that’s a flower. Bambi: Flower? Thumper: Uh-huh, it’s purty. [Thumper smells the flowers.] Bambi: Purty. [Bambi starts smelling the flowers, and comes nose-to-nose with a little skunk.] Bambi: Flower! Flower: Me? Thumper: [laughing hysterically] That’s not a flower! He’s a little- Flower: Oh, that’s all right. He can call me a flower if he wants to; I don’t mind. Bambi: Purty. Purty flower! Thumper: [starts to giggle] Oh, gosh.
Flower: [about two birds fluttering around] Well! What’s the matter with them? Thumper: Why are they acting that way? Friend Owl: Why, don’t you know? They’re twitterpated. Flower, Thumper, Bambi: Twitterpated?
Thumper: Wake up, wake up!
Great Prince of the Forest: It is Man. He is here again. There are many this time. We must go deep into the forest. Hurry! Follow me!
Friend Owl: Same thing every spring. Tweet-tweet, tweet-tweet! Tweet-tweet, tweet-tweet! Love’s sweet song. Hm! Pain in the pinfeathers, I call it!
Friend Owl: Nearly everybody gets twitterpated in the springtime. For example, you’re walking along minding your own business, you’re looking neither to the left, nor to the right, when all of the sudden, you run smack into a pretty face. WHOO-WHOO! [Flower jumps into Thumper’s lap in shock] You begin to get weak in the knees, your head’s in a whirl! And then you feel light as feather, and before you know it you’re walking on air! [mimes walking on the air] And then you know what? You’re knocked for a loop! And you completely lose your head! It can happen to you, and you! [looks at Skunk] Yes, it can even happen to you.
[Some pheasants are hiding from Man in the grass] Pheasant 1: [listening] Listen… he’s coming! Pheasant 2: Ssshh! Pheasant 3: Be quiet. Pheasant 1: [Nervously] He’s coming closer! Pheasant 2: I know. Pheasant 3:: Don’t get excited. Pheasant 1: [terrified] We’d better fly! Pheasant 2: No! Pheasant 3: No, don’t fly! Whatever you do, don’t fly! Pheasant 1: He’s almost here… [hysterically] I CAN’T STAND IT ANY LONGER! [The other pheasants watch sadly as she flies, and is shot]