animated movie Lady and the Tramp © Disney
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Lady and the Tramp

The romantic tale of a sheltered uptown cocker spaniel, Lady, and a streetwise downtown mutt known as the Tramp. When Lady's life is turned upside down by the arrival of Darling and Jim Dear's new baby--not to mention Aunt Sarah and her siamese cats--she runs away and is befriend by the ever-charming Tramp. He shows the pampered dog what life is like outside the world of masters and leashes, but Tramp's "care-free" world has its own set of problems...

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Iím actually a little surprised by Walt Disney. For someone who liked dogs so much, it took him nearly twenty years to release a movie in the Disney Animated...
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This is another Disney favorite from my childhood. You know, I found it strange to love this animated "doggy" film, because I am a cat-lover. I also love the "riches/rags"...
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Ah, Lady and the Tramp. One of the most beautifully told (and brilliantly animated) love stories of all. The characters, while dogs, are as real as any humans. Itís a...
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One of my all-time favorite Disney movies, this one has all the charm and grace of a traditional Disney animated movie. The story is a very compelling one, with...
Created by: Disney
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Barbara Luddy ... Lady
Larry Roberts ... Tramp
Bill Thompson ... Jock, Bull, Dachsie, Joe
Bill Baucon ... Trusty
Peggy Lee ... Darling, Si, Am, Peg
Lee Millar ... Jim Dear
Verna Felton ... Aunt Sarah
George Givot ... Tony
Thurl Ravenscroft ... Al the Alligator/Dog
Produced by: Walt Disney
Musical Score by: Oliver G. Wallace
Songs by: Peggy Lee and Sonny Burke
Supervising / Directing Animators: Frank Thomas, Milt Kahl, Ollie Johnston and Eric Larson
Based on: the story, "Happy Dan, the Whistling Dog", by Ward Greene

The first Disney feature to utilized the 70mm Cinemascope film format.

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