Lady and the Tramp

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Lady and the Tramp represented two "firsts" for Disney: It was the studio's first Cinemascope animated feature, and it was their first full-length cartoon based on an original story rather than an established "classic." Lady is the pampered female dog belonging to Jim Dear and Darling. When her human masters bring a baby into the house, Lady feels she's being eased out; and when Darling's insufferable Aunt Sarah introduces her nasty twin Siamese cats into the fold, Lady is certain that she's no longer welcome. ...
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Lady and the Tramp represented two "firsts" for Disney: It was the studio's first Cinemascope animated feature, and it was their first full-length cartoon based on an original story rather than an established "classic." Lady is the pampered female dog belonging to Jim Dear and Darling. When her human masters bring a baby into the house, Lady feels she's being eased out; and when Darling's insufferable Aunt Sarah introduces her nasty twin Siamese cats into the fold, Lady is certain that she's no longer welcome. The cats wreak all manner of havoc, for which Lady is blamed. After the poor dog is fitted with a muzzle, Lady escapes from the house, only to run across the path of the Tramp, a raffish male dog from the "wrong" side of town. The Tramp helps Lady remove her muzzle, then takes her out on a night on the town, culminating in a romantic spaghetti dinner, courtesy of a pair of dog-loving Italian waiters. After their idyllic evening together, Lady decides that it's her duty to protect Darling's baby from those duplicitous Siamese felines. On her way home, Lady is captured and thrown in the dog pound. Here she learns from a loose-living mutt named Peg that The Tramp is a canine rake. Disillusioned, Lady is more than happy to be returned to her humans, even though it means that she'll be chained up at the insistence of Aunt Sarah. Tramp comes into Lady's yard to apologize, but she wants no part of him. Suddenly, a huge, vicious rat breaks into the house, threatening the baby. Lady breaks loose, and together with Tramp, runs into the house to protect the infant. When the dust settles, it appears to Aunt Sarah that Tramp has tried to attack the child. That's when Lady's faithful friends Jock the bloodhound and Trusty the scottie swing into action, rescuing Tramp from the dogcatcher. Once Jim Dear and Darling are convinced that Tramp is a hero, he is invited to stay...and come next Christmas, there's a whole flock of little Ladies and Tramps gathered around the family. Beyond the usual excellent animation and visual effects, the principal selling card of Lady and the Tramp is its music. Many of the songs were performed and co-written by Peggy Lee, who years after the film's 1955 theatrical issue, successfully sued Disney for her fair share of residuals from the videocassette release.
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Special Features

All-new "Bella Notte" music video; ; Games & Activities:; Disney Virtual Puppy -- DVD-ROM; Disney Dog Trivia -- Virtual Board Game; PuppyPedia: Going to the Dogs; Your Inner Bark: Personality profile; ; Backstage Disney:; Never-before-seen deleted scenes; Original 1943 storyboard version of the film; Lady's Pedigree: The making of Lady and the Tramp; Finding Lady: The art of the Storyboard; And much, much more!
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
What’s your favorite moment from Lady and the Tramp? Is it the mischievous song of the scheming Siamese cats? Is it Peggy Lee’s scruffy and saucy dog-pound classic, “He’s a Tramp?” Or is it Tramp and Lady’s back-alley spaghetti dinner -- one of the screen’s most romantic scenes? Unleashed for the first time on DVD, Lady and the Tramp is one of Disney’s most fetching animated features. Told from a dog’s point of view, it introduces Lady, a cocker spaniel whose pampered life with Jim Dear and his wife, Darling, is upended by a baby’s arrival. Lady's friends Jock, a small black Scottie, and Trusty, a bloodhound with a fading sense of smell, try to reassure her that it will all work out; but Tramp, a “footloose and leash-free” mutt, warns her, “When a baby moves in, the dog moves out.” The mismatched couple cross paths again after Lady runs away from home and the street-savvy Tramp comes to her rescue, setting the stage for an unforgettable “Bella Notte.” Presented in an all-new pristine digital restoration, Lady and the Tramp can be viewed in its original (and preferred) CinemaScope version or in full screen. This two-disc DVD throws a bone to Disney buffs with its extensive archival features, including reconstructed abandoned scenes, a “pitch” version of the film comprising the original storyboards, and a thorough chronicle of the film’s production that somewhat compensates for the absence of audio commentary.
All Movie Guide - Craig Butler
Lady and the Tramp is one of Disney's most beloved films. It also represents something of a departure for the studio. Whereas previous animated features had tended toward the fantastic fairy tale setting of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs or Alice in Wonderland, Lady and the Tramp is set in a recognizable everyday world, although one where one can understand what animals say to each other. The pacing and tone are also somewhat more leisurely than in previous efforts. While there is plenty of action and adventure, the entire film is slightly more relaxed. Some of this is due to the amount of time spent on characterization -- Lady and Tramp's relationship is more fully developed than in earlier cartoons. Indeed, their first date (in an alley behind an Italian restaurant) is one of the most romantic and enchanting moments in film. As usual, the animation is top-notch, whether on big scenes like the chase after the dogcatcher or on small moments like Lady's humiliation at being slapped. A big plus is Peggy Lee's distinctive score, especially the jazzy "He's a Tramp" and the catchy "Siamese Cat Song." Lee does double duty by providing voices for several of the characters, and Barbara Luddy, Larry Roberts, and Bill Thompson's vocal interpretations are also invaluable. Six years later, some of the same talent would work on another classic dog tale, 101 Dalmations.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/28/2006
  • UPC: 786936284058
  • Original Release: 1955
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  • Source: Walt Disney Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Special Edition / 2-Disc Set
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:16:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Peggy Lee Voice Only, Si, Am, Voice Only
Barbara Luddy Voice Only
Larry Roberts Voice Only
Bill Thompson Bull, Dachsie, Jock
Stan Freberg Voice Only
Verna Felton Voice Only
Alan Reed Sr. Voice Only
George Givot Voice Only
Dal McKennon Toughy/Professor
Lee Millar Jim Dear
The Mello Men
Technical Credits
Clyde Geronimi Director
Wilfred Jackson Director
Hamilton Luske Director
Sonny Burke Songwriter
Les Clark Animator
Don DaGradi Screenwriter
Walt Disney Producer
Donald Halliday Editor
Milt Kahl Animator
Hal King Animator
Eric Larson Animator
Peggy Lee Songwriter
John Lounsbery Animator
Erdman Penner Associate Producer, Screenwriter
Wolfgang Reitherman Animator
Joe Rinaldi Screenwriter
Frank Thomas Animator
Oliver Wallace Score Composer
Ralph Wright Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Lady and the Tramp
1. Opening Credits/"Peace on Earth" [:00]
2. Settling Down for the Night [:00]
3. Lady Gets a Collar [:00]
4. The Other Side of the Tracks [:00]
5. A Sad Day for Lady [3:36]
6. Tramp's Point of View [6:19]
7. Lady Wonders, "What Is a Baby?" [4:46]
8. "La La Lu" [4:01]
9. Strange Visitors ("The Siamese Cat Song") [4:28]
10. Lady Runs Off [4:18]
11. An Eager Beaver Saves the Day [1:35]
12. Tramp Takes Lady Around Town [3:36]
13. Spaghetti for Two ("Bella Notte") [3:07]
14. The Next Morning [4:27]
15. The Dog Pound [3:07]
16. Lady in the Pound [3:20]
17. "He's a Tramp" [2:53]
18. Lady's Shame [3:58]
19. A Rat in the House [1:51]
20. Tramp to the Rescue [2:50]
21. Trusty on the Trail [2:29]
22. Domestic Life [3:50]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Lady and the Tramp
   Play Fullscreen
   Play Widescreen
   Scene Selection
   Set Up
      Audio Options
         Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix: English 5.1
         Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix: French 5.1
         Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix: Spanish 5.1
         Restored Original Theatrical Soundtrack
      Captions
         English for the Hearing Impaired
         None
      Register Your DVD
   Sneak Peeks
      Play All
      The Little Mermaid - Special Edition
      The Shaggy Dog
      Chicken Little
      Brother Bear 2
      Airbuddies
      Lady and the Tramp II - Scamp's Adventure Special Edition
      Dumbo Special Edition
      Walt Disney World
   Disc 2 Preview
   Fast Play
Disc #2 -- Lady and the Tramp
   Deleted Scenes
      Play All (With Introductions)
      Play All (Without Introductions)
      "Turning the Tables"
      "The Arrival of the Baby" - Alternate Unused Concept
   Music & More
      "The Siamese Cat Song" - Finding a Voice for the Cats
      "Bella Notte" - Music Video Performed By Steve Tyrell
   Games & Activities
      Disney Virtual Puppy - DVD-ROM
      Disney Dog Trivia - A Virtual Board Game
      Going to the Dogs - Disneypedia
      Your Inner Bark - Personality Profile
   Backstage Disney
      Lady's Pedigree: The Making of Lady and the Tramp
         Play All
         Return to Marceline
         A Perfect Little Lady: The Story of Lady and the Tramp
         Ruff Animation
         Canine Chorus: The Music of Lady and the Tramp
         Teaching a Dog to Talk: The Voices of Lady and the Tramp
         Pretty As a Picture: Art and Design
         Epilogue: Return Home
      Finding Lady: The Art of the Storyboard
      Original 1943 Storyboards
      Excerpts From "Disneyland" TV Shows
         Introduction
         "The Story of Dogs" (Excerpt) (Original Air Date December 1, 1954)
         Promo Trailer for "The Story of Dogs"
         "Cavalcade of Song" (Excerpt) (Original Air Date February 16, 1955)
      Theatrical Trailers
         1955 Original Theatrical Release
         1972 Theatrical Re-Issue
         1986 Theatrical Re-Issue
      Lady and the Tramp Galleries
         Viewing Options: Still Frame Galleries
            Visual Development
            Character Design
               Lady
               Tramp
               The Siamese Cats
               Miscellaneous Characters
            Storyboard Art
            Layouts and Backgrounds
            Production Photos
         Viewing Options: Slideshow Galleries
            Visual Development
            Character Design
               Lady
               Tramp
               The Siamese Cats
               Miscellaneous Characters
            Storyboard Art
            Layouts and Backgrounds
            Production Photos
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  • Anonymous

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    Wonderful as always

    I purchased this DVD for my daughter's birthday and she was just as pleased as punch to get it. :) This is an excellent movie that has been re-mastered and has many extra bonus features for hours of enjoyment. I'm quite happy with this purchase and think many others will be as well.

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    Has always been a favorite movie of mine since childhood!

    Has always been a favorite movie of mine since childhood!

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