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Bluebottle

Entry: The Ultimate DisneyToon Studios Animated Film Guide: 2006-2009 - A87917719
Author: Bluebottle - U43530

The missing capstone from the middle of the DisneyToon Studios entries.

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A87917719 - The Ultimate DisneyToon Studios Animated Film Guide: 2006-2009

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SashaQ - happysad

Excellent smiley - booksmiley - ok


A87917719 - The Ultimate DisneyToon Studios Animated Film Guide: 2006-2009

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SashaQ - happysad

Excellent indeed smiley - ok

The only questions I had were about Bambi II.

Bambi the Disney film is not set in Austria, even though the original book was - it was moved to a forest in the USA. White-Tailed Deer (or Black-Tailed Deer) don't live in Austria. Ah, I see you touch on the original story's setting smiley - ok

Is Bambi II a sequel, or a Midquel? Ah, yes you say it is a midquel smiley - ok

"Bambi, a male fawn despite the feminine name" - Aren't the girls called Bambi named after the male fawn rather than the other way round?

Does Patrick Stewart put on an Austrian accent for the film?

"This film is particularly suitable for very little children." - does that mean it is one that leaves you feeling good throughout rather than putting you through the emotional wringer like the original film does?

I like the concluding paragraph very much - sets the scene nicely for the next instalment smiley - ok


A87917719 - The Ultimate DisneyToon Studios Animated Film Guide: 2006-2009

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Bluebottle

I've tweaked the 'Bambi II' bit now, so hopefully it'll answer all your questions. Well, not all your questions – it doesn't solve the Theory of Everything conundrum, for example – but the ones about Bambi II at least.

In English the vast majority of masculine names end in consonants whereas the majority of feminine names end in either A, E or I, by which rule 'Bambi' is clearly a feminine name. If they're changing the location of where the story is set they could at least have renamed 'Bambi' accordingly to 'Bam!'. 'Bam! The Prince of the Forest' and 'Bam! II: The Stag Do' – now that's a film about a deer that needs to star Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Anyway, Patrick Stewart talks in his normal posh Yorkshire English accent and doesn't attempt an Austrian accent.

"This film is particularly suitable for very little children - does that mean it is one that leaves you feeling good throughout rather than putting you through the emotional wringer" – nope, it is babyish.

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SashaQ - happysad

Thank you smiley - ok

The name rule is there to be broken, say Sashas, but I agree that 'Bam! The Prince of the Forest' and 'Bam! II: The Stag Do' would be great films starring Arnold Schwarzenegger smiley - oksmiley - laugh


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Post 6

Bluebottle

Most rules are there to be broken, but it is important to know where they are. Rules can be bent, broken, tested, stretched, questioned, mocked, satirised and snapped – but never merely ignored. That's quite against the rules of propriety.

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SashaQ - happysad

"it is important to know where they are"

Ah, yes indeed smiley - ok

So it is not so much about breaking rules as not being able to apply all the rules from English to Germanic/Romance/etc languages (or from one card game to another) smiley - ok

Thank you for the Entry update smiley - ok


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SashaQ - happysad

Congratulations! smiley - bubblysmiley - biggrin


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