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Disney Received Hate Mail Over Bambi’s Environmental Themes

Dunagan didn’t elaborate on what the threats or reprimands were in her letters to Disney, but it’s clear she doesn’t want her character or movie affected by her relationship with the US Forest Service. Disney’s partnership with the government agency was short-lived, lasting only a year before its withdrawal. In 1944, shortly after Bambi was retired from commercials, the iconic deer was replaced with the Forest Service’s current mascot, Smokey the Bear.

Bambi It vividly describes the causes and dangers of forest fires, and there is also evidence that poachers have shot Bambi’s mother since the events unfolded in the spring, outside deer season. So it makes sense that Bambi is the face of conservation efforts. But due to the film’s psychological impact, especially on young audiences, one can see how humiliated hunters can feel. Even so, if Dunagan’s memory is correct, Disney has found a way to leave a lasting ecological impact without having to sacrifice the perception of its work in the process.

Source: Dallas Comic Book Fair


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Disney Received Hate Mail Over Bambi’s Environmental Themes

Dunagan was not specific about what types of threats or condemnation were contained in the letters to Disney, but it is evident that he did not want his character or movie marred by its association with the US Forest Service. Disney’s partnership with the government agency was short-lived, only lasting a year before it was pulled. In 1944, almost immediately following Bambi’s removal from ads, the iconic deer was replaced by the Forest Service’s current mascot, Smokey the Bear.
Bambi vividly portrays the causes and dangers of forest fires, and there is also evidence that poachers shot Bambi’s mother since the events unfold in the spring, outside of deer season. Because of this, it makes sense that Bambi would be the face of conservation efforts. However, due to the psychological impact the movie has, especially on young viewers, one could see how hunters may feel vilified. Even so, if Dunagan’s memory is correct, Disney still found a way to leave a lasting ecological impact without having to sacrifice the perception of his work in the process.
Source: Dallas Comic Show

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Disney Received Hate Mail Over Bambi’s Environmental Themes

Dunagan was not specific about what types of threats or condemnation were contained in the letters to Disney, but it is evident that he did not want his character or movie marred by its association with the US Forest Service. Disney’s partnership with the government agency was short-lived, only lasting a year before it was pulled. In 1944, almost immediately following Bambi’s removal from ads, the iconic deer was replaced by the Forest Service’s current mascot, Smokey the Bear.
Bambi vividly portrays the causes and dangers of forest fires, and there is also evidence that poachers shot Bambi’s mother since the events unfold in the spring, outside of deer season. Because of this, it makes sense that Bambi would be the face of conservation efforts. However, due to the psychological impact the movie has, especially on young viewers, one could see how hunters may feel vilified. Even so, if Dunagan’s memory is correct, Disney still found a way to leave a lasting ecological impact without having to sacrifice the perception of his work in the process.
Source: Dallas Comic Show

#Disney #Received #Hate #Mail #Bambis #Environmental #Themes


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