quote by Matthew Gray Gubler

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.

— Matthew Gray Gubler

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On Friday the 13th, April 2029, an asteroid large enough to fill the Rose Bowl as though it were an egg cup will fly so close to Earth that it will dip below the altitude of our communication satellites. We did not name this asteroid Bambi. Instead, we named it Apophis, after the Egyptian god of darkness and death.

In the anarchic world of international politics, it is better to be Godzilla than Bambi.

Films, like memories, seem to re-shoot themselves over the years, reflecting our latest needs and obsessions. In many cases they can change completely, and reveal unexpected depths and shallows. Will Four Weddings and a Funeral be seen one day as a vicious social satire? Could Jaws become as tearful and sentimental as Bambi?

I am actually a big sissy, and growing up, I never used to watch horror movies.

Bambi gave me nightmares.

Deer are like dogs. Except for Bambi, they're pretty personality-less.

Disney cartoons are all rated G. It's really funny. There are kids all over the world who still have complexes over Bambi's father getting shot by the hunter and Bambi's mother getting crisped. But that's the way it's always been. This is the sort of material that appeals to kids. Kids understand it instinctively. They grip it.

Alan: Conning people out of their savings.

Forgery. Blackmail. Selling real estate on Mars. We could have it all. You with me, Bambi?" Sin: "Clive, I was with you from 'I'm a social worker.

He'd woken up after flying from Boston to Montana to find his da cooking breakfast for them: sausage and pancakes shaped like deer. It wasn't just any deer, either - they looked like Bambi from the disney cartoon. Charles didn't want to know how his father had managed that

If only someone would do for cows what Bambi did for deer.

Cows have been in films, but they haven't starred. I'm still willing to eat a species that is only a supporting player.

The first film I remember seeing was Bambi. It has stayed with me because it was so sad.

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.

Bambi can't act. Bambi had major attitude.

Bambi, to a kid, was scary.

I'm thinking of Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music.

.. there are too many to name really. And all the old classic ones like Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs and Bambi. That's brutal!

People who've never gone hunting have a tendency to look down on hunters and act like they're out killing Bambi's father.

I'm a combination of the Terminator and Bambi.

The thing that started me painting originally was seeing Bambi when I was about nine. I was incredibly disturbed by the forest fire that killed Bambi's mother, and that distress gave me the impulse to create something, as a way of dealing with it.

I'd say that kids working on sets, even if it's Bambi, need to be allowed to be kids, even if they're working, not become little adults - that to me can be distorting to kids as an experience.

The first movie I ever saw was a horror movie.

It was Bambi. When that little deer gets caught in a forest fire, I was terrified, but I was also exhilarated.

Angie, I've seen my mom wrestle two cops to the ground with a taser dart in her neck, and you cry when your shoes pinch. Good luck, Bambi!

I think most of us can remember from our own childhood, just in the Disney cartoons, things that frightened us profoundly. For me it was Bambi, the scene when the forest was on fire. That was something I had nightmares about. I can't imagine being a little kid of eight and seeing Night Of The Living Dead with living corpses eating the flesh of living people.

'Bambi' is an amazing film, and when you watch it today, it's just as beautiful.

It's timeless. It's just as beautiful today as it was back then.

I can't dance on ice, because I'm like Bambi on ice.

The new Disney cartoon 'Bambi' is interesting because it's the first one that's been entirely unpleasant.

The more innocuous the name of a weapon, the more hideous its impact.

Some of the most horrific weapons of the Vietnam era were named Bambi, Infant, Daisycutter, Grasshopper, and Agent Orange. Nor is the trend new: From the past we have Mustard Gas, Angel Chasers [two can-nonballs linked with a chain for added destruction], and the Peacemaker, to name a few.)

Bambi has a profound effect on children because it's about losing your mother.

There's a new children's book that's coming out that features Sarah Palin as a hero. I don't want to give away the ending, but we finally find out who shot Bambi's mother.

Go against me nowwww I dare you Bambi

Within a few short hours, he nearly had me agreeing to try deer jerky for the first time. Almost. If it weren't for Cam continuously whispering "Bambi" in my ear every couple of minutes, I would've caved.

I just find it interesting that kids apparently used to cry when Bambi's mother died. George and I both held our breaths, and then cheered when she didn't reanimate and try to eat her son.

I was a hip kid. When I saw Bambi it was the midnight show.

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