Lady and the Tramp (DVD, 1999)
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Los Angeles Times - Charles Solomon (12/19/1986)
Entertainment Weekly - Chris Willman (03/03/2006)
Premiere - Premiere Staff (03/01/2006)
New York Times - Dave Kehr (02/28/2006)
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- skinnytanboyOct 16, 2015Verified purchase - NEWby
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- ckcswhffanOct 4, 2005by
A true classic
A true classic film. Now 50 years old.<br>Stands the test of time. People of all ages can enjoy this film.<br>Wonderful music.<br>Course, one of the earliest Disney DVD releases, so no extras.<br>I am looking forward to the 2006 rerelease of the film to DVD with extras on it.
- chic_geek_antiq...Mar 16, 2006by
Buy This movie NOW
With all the beautiful artwork and the incredibly tuching k9 love story what more could you want?<br><br>Just do me one favor, Don't watch Lady and the Tramp 2 - What was Disney Thinking?
- nascarfanforeve...Sep 25, 2005by
This is an excellent movie. I own it. Feel good movie.
I absolutely love this movie because it makes me feel good. People call this a comfort movie, and I agree!
- made2shoppJun 19, 2007by
This visually eye-catching Disney movie is in a league of it’s own. Disney always puts such impeccable details into their animations and the true to life mannerisms of their characters is always sincere and believable --- even if all of the main characters seem to be of the animal kingdom. I say this without hesitation; this story is one of Disney’s finest. As you listen to the catchy little tunes and watch the vivid colors pop before your eyes and the plot is quite enjoyable the characters different in statute come together and have no partialities but are one in nature, you will sit in awe of this masterpiece. A scoundrel meets up with a pedigree Cocker Spaniel and the love bug hit them and doggoned it is puppy love.<br><br>LADY AND THE TRAMP is the sweetest starry-eyed tale between a street-smart mutt and an uppity pedigree Cocker Spaniel. Although this isn’t Charles Dickens poverty-stricken story, it is an endearing tale about an abandoned dog that finds his dinner in trashcans and alleyways, named Tramp. Tramp meets a pup from uptown in the ritzy neighborhood named Lady.<br><br>This aristocratic pooch’s master has a new arrival in the house, a new baby. Aunt Sarah (Verna Felton) comes to tend the new infant. Busybody Aunt Sarah brings with her, flotsam and jetsam Siamese Cats named Si & Am. Those sinister cats, Si & Am steal the show. The little ditty “Siamese Cat” by Peggy Lee is hilariously ridiculous and fits the ornery duo. The little bratty cats cause more trouble then they are worth. Lady gets blamed for their mischief and is fitted for a muzzle. Sadly Lady runs away from home. She comes across a vagabond mutt named Tramp; he shows her the ropes of the streets and how to survive by the skin of her paws.<br><br>Lady (Barbara Luddy) and the Tramp (Larry Roberts) develop a romance that seems more than puppy love. I mean goodness-sakes -alive, when the guy gives the gal the meatball in the spaghetti dinner; then you know just how much he cares. During that romantic spaghetti dinner “Bella Notte” is definitely the score to eat to, cheers. Nothing was sweeter than when both Tramp and Lady have their famous most memorable scene of munching on the same spaghetti noodle as their noses meet. That goes down in history as the most romantic scene caught on film.<br><br>And is there a dry eye in the house when the dogcatcher nabs Trusty? With the help of Tramp’s good OLE pound buddies Trusty (Bill Baucom) and Jack (Bill Thompson) they pups save the day.<br><br>In Dolby Digital Stereo the tunes "He's a Tramp," "What's a Baby," "Peace on Earth," “Belle Notte,” and "The Siamese Cat Song" come through crisp and clean. The audio is good enough for this flick.<br><br>There are a few features packaged in this DVD and I do say very few: Two features to mention those:<br><br>Full-Color Character Artwork on Disc Widescreen format 2.35:1 Closed captioned [cc]<br><br>Although this DVD is not jam-packed with extras it is filled with adventure galore and mix a little adventure with romance and how can you go wrong? Lady becomes leash-free and fancy-free with her charismatic stud-muffin Tramp. Bow-Wow, enjoy this marvelous love story!Read full review