A classic love story unfolds in the best Disney tradition as a lovely young pedigreed
cocker spaniel named Lady, who lives a pampered life, finds herself falling romantically
for Tramp, an amorous street-smart pooch without prospects. Although they have fun
together on several dates, including a sentimental spaghetti dinner by moonlight at
Tony’s restaurant, their relationship is strained not only by Lady’s loyalty to her human
family and their newborn baby, but by Tramp’s devil-may-care attitude that eventually
gets Lady in trouble and tossed into the dog pound. However, good-hearted Tramp
redeems himself by saving the baby from potential harm and thus wins Lady’s love and
the affection of her human family.
can enjoy together, Lady and the Tramp Diamond Edition is a must own addition to your Disney collection.
- Barbara Luddy (Sleeping Beauty, 101 Dalmatians) as Lady
- Larry Roberts (Theatre background with Circle Theatre in Los Angeles) as Tramp
- Peggy Lee (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, American Beauty) as Darling, Si, Am and Peg
- Bill Thompson (Peter Pan, Alice In Wonderland) as Jock, Joe, Bulldog, Dachsie and the Policeman
- Bill Baucom (TV’s “The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp,” Judge Roy Bean) as Trusty
- Stan Freberg (Stuart Little, Looney Tunes: Back In Action) as Beaver
- Lee Millar (TV’s “I Love Lucy,” The George and Gracie Allen Show) as Jim Dear & the Dogcatcher
Producer: Walt Disney
Directors: Clyde Geronimi (Alice In Wonderland, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty); Wilfred Jackson (Snow White, Pinocchio, Dumbo); Hamilton Luske (Alice In Wonderland, Cinderella, Pinocchio)
- Disney Second Screen: Inside Walt’s Story Meetings*
- Audio Commentary: Inside Walt’s Story Meetings
- Diane Disney Miller: Remembering Dad
- Three Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scenes
- Never Recorded Song: “I’m Free as the Breeze”
Classic DVD Bonus:
- Lady’s Pedigree: The Making of Lady and the Tramp
- Finding Lady: The Art of the Storyboard
- Original 1943 Storyboard Version of the Film
- PuppyPedia: Going to the Dogs
- “The Siamese Cat Song,” Finding a Voice for the Cats
- “Bella Notte” Music Video
- Excerpts from “Disneyland” TV Shows
DVD Bonus: Diane Disney Miller: Remembering Dad
PuppyPedia: Going to the Dogs
Digital Bonus: Diane Disney Miller: Remembering Dad
Three Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scenes
PuppyPedia: Going to the Dogs
Street Dates: Blu-ray & High Definition Digital = February 7, 2012
(Direct Prebook: 12/13/11; Distributor Prebook: 12/27/11)
DVD & Standard Definition Digital= March 27, 2012
(Direct Prebook: 1/31/12; Distributor Prebook: 2/14/12)
Rated: G (bonus materials not rated)
"He's a Tramp"
"Siamese Cat Song"
My Take on the Movie
I had not seen this movie in some time so when I got this sent to me I was excited to see it again and to share it for the first time with my girls. The Blu-ray version of this movie was just remarkable. The colors and sounds just jump off the screen and you get drawn into the true love story which is Lady and the Tramp. On top of a great story there is also some great music shared in this movie too which is a hidden gem within the film. With talent such as Peggy Lee you can see that Disney had the pulse on their audience in trying to draw in the younger crowds back in the day. All-in-all though, this is definitely a movie that you should add to your collection or reintroduce your family too, you will not be disappointed!
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