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    Gallery: ‘Bambi’ and Maine deer - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    This slide shows a man feeding a whitetail deer that was one of many deer brought from Maine to California by the Walt Disney Company for artists to study for the movie "Bambi," part of a presentation by film and animation historian John Canemake on Tuesday during a Maine International Film Festival event at the Colby College Art Museum.

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    Gallery: ‘Bambi’ and Maine deer - Photo courtesy of Disney via Maine International Film Festival | of | Share this photo

    Walt Disney with Bambi and Filene, orphan fawns from Maine that were models for the animated feature "Bambi" relased in 1942.

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    Film and animation historian John Canemaker describes the art and history of Tyrus Wong, lead artist for the movie "Bambi," during a Maine International Film Festival event at the Colby College Art Museum on Tuesday. The artwork in background is a painting by Alex Katz.

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    A photograph of Tyrus Wong next to an illustration shown during a slide presentation of Wong's art. Animation historian John Canemaker talked about Wong's involvement with the Disney movie "Bambi" during a Maine International Film Festival event at the Colby College Art Museum on Tuesday.

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    Film and animation historian John Canemaker tells a full house of art lovers at the Colby College Art Museum about the art and history of Tyrus Wong, lead artist for the movie "Bambi" on Tuesday.

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