|Goldie: Abenteuer im Zauberwald|
|Knock-off of||Bambi (Walt Disney Productions, 1942)|
|Alternate German titles||Goldie / Das kleine Reh Goldie: Abenteuer im Zauberwald|
|English titles||Goldie / The Little Deer|
|Written by||Roswitha Haas|
|Music by||Ludwig Ickert|
|Running time||19 min.|
| main transcript • trailer transcripts|
screenshots • credits • releases
All the animals in the forest of mystery are happy: a small deer is born. It learns to run and to jump quickly. And because it is always merry and friendly, all animals love it. Wuschel, the squirrel is its best friend. But one evening, when Goldie comes home, nobody is there to wait for it. That has never happened before. Goldie looks everywhere, but its parents are not to be found... Everybody worries about the small deer, but not even Wuschel can cheer it up. One day an old bear comes into the forest. He has seen a lot of the world. When he tells about a very sad deer, which is prisoner in an enclosure, Goldie feels that this deer must be its mother...
(Taken from the official Dingo Pictures website)
See also: Goldie: Abenteuer im Zauberwald/Credits
- R.M. Erhardt as the Narrator
- There is an alternative English dub which can only be viewed on the Russian DVD. There are a couple of changes between the two. For example, the narrator is female, and some of the sentences have been changed slightly.
- At one point during the search for Goldie's mother, the music loops improperly.
- The Norwegian DVD release strangely cuts the voices off 4 minutes in. This is never corrected for the rest of the film.
FilmThe original German version of the film can be viewed here:The English dub of the film can be viewed here:
Alternative English dub
This is an alternative English dub which can only be viewed on the Russian DVD. There are a couple of changes between the two. For example, instead of a male narrator, it's now a female narrator, and some of the sentences have been changed slightly.