After the women leave, the broken-hearted Cinderella cries in the garden, but her tears are quieted by the arrival of her Fairy Godmother. Buzz appears, having snuck onto the van before they left. Finally, Mayor Jonas Henderson declares that a gunfight would hurt the town's image and that Will should have left when he had the chance.
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More men desert with supplies and Tom sends Cherry after them. King Mufasa, a lion who rules over the Pride Lands of Africa, and his queen, Sarabi, present their newborn son, Simba, to a gathering of the animal kingdom. The fairy instructs Cinderella to leave the ball before midnight, at which time the spell will be broken.
The posse then sets out to find the girls. The animals dash through the forest as the fire races along behind them, but eventually the Great Prince and Bambi reach safety, and Bambi is reunited with Faline.
The Blue Fairy rebukes Pinocchio, explaining that "a lie grows and grows until it's as plain as the nose on your face. Next, he aims at Little Bill, who chuckles when the rifle misfires. Angry, Stonewall, whose courage has been questioned by some of the homesteaders, goes to town and, in the saloon, criticizes Ryker dustin cartwright sex offender in Grafton running Ernie off his land.
Bambi and Thumper play and eat clover, although Bambi is overcome with shyness upon meeting a pretty little girl fawn named Faline. After surviving the fall, Scar is killed by the hyenas, who overheard his betrayal.
Munny, however, claims to not recollect the incident. The castle is returned to its former glory, and the servants become human again. When Stonewall arrives and announces that Ryker has hired a gunfighter, Shane guesses he is Wilson. During a funeral for another stranger, Maude offers Harold licorice and then suggests that the deceased, who was 80, died at the perfect age.