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|Born||Donald Roan Dunagan
August 16, 1934
San Antonio, Texas
|Service/branch||U.S. Marine Corps|
|Years of service||1952–1977|
Donald "Donnie" Roan Dunagan (born August 16, 1934) is a semi-retired American former child actor and United States Marine Corps drill instructor. He was a voice actor in the Bambi film, providing the voice of Young Bambi.
Dunagan was born in San Antonio, Texas, but his family soon moved to Memphis, Tennessee, where they struggled with poverty. There at the age of three-and-a-half he won a talent contest prize of $100. Spotted by a studio talent scout, the family moved to Hollywood, where Dunagan appeared in a series of films  and soon became his family's main breadwinner. His career ended after he provided the voice for the young fawn in Walt Disney's Bambi. By the age of 13, Dunagan was living in a boarding house and working as a lathe operator. In 1952, at the age of 18, he enlisted in the Marine Corps. He became the Marines' youngest-ever drill instructor and served three tours in Vietnam, where he was wounded several times, before finally retiring in 1977 with the rank of Major. For his service he received a Bronze Star and the Purple Heart three times. Dunagan has said in interviews that he kept his acting career a secret while serving in the Marines. He is retired now and is currently living in San Angelo, Texas with his wife.
- Mother Carey's Chickens (1938) – as Peter Carey
- Son of Frankenstein (1939) – as Peter von Frankenstein
- The Forgotten Woman (1939) – as Terry Kennedy Jr.
- Tower of London (1939) – as Young Prince Richard
- Vigil in the Night (1940) – as Tommy
- Meet the Chump (1941) – as Little Boy
- Bambi (1942) – as Bambi (Young Bambi)
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