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Lady and the Tramp

SHE’S BLUE RIBBON… HE’S BACK-ALLEY… AND IT’S LOVE AND LAUGHTER… EVER AFTER!

ladyandthetrampIn the 1910s, a cocker spaniel called Lady, who’s always lived a sheltered life but now runs away from home, hooks up with a stray mutt called Tramp. One of Disney’s most beloved films of the 1950s is also one of the cutest, a romance and an adventure featuring two charming dogs who find that opposites attract. A rich gallery of animal characters complement a film that also has a classic dinner scene where bones simply are not good enough, and an exciting climax involving one of the meanest-looking rats ever devised by Disney. A simple tale, but beautifully designed, including the early 1900s milieu.

1955-U.S. Animated. 75 min. Color. Widescreen.Ā Produced byĀ Walt Disney.Ā Directed byĀ Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson.Ā Screenplay:Ā Ralph Wright, Don DaGradi, Erdman Penner, Joe Rinaldi.Ā Song:Ā “Bella Notte (This is the Night”) (Sonny Burke, Peggy Lee).Ā Voices ofĀ Peggy Lee (Darling/Si/Am/Peg), Barbara Luddy (Lady), Bill Thompson (Jock/Bull/Policeman/Dachsie/Joe), Bill Baucon, Stan Freberg, Verna Felton.

Trivia: The first animated feature in widescreen. Partly inspired by Ward Greene’s story “Happy Dan the Whistling Dog”. Followed by a direct-to-video sequel, Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure (2001),Ā and remade as a live-action film, Lady and the Tramp (2019).

 

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