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Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure continues off where the original Lady and the Tramp ended. Scamp is the young son of Lady and Tramp. Scamp is a pure hearted, spirited, energetic, young pup who wants to just be wild and free. I love this movie so much because, not only is it a continuation, but you get to see your favorite characters again. I love dogs, and this movie really sets me off. It is still a disney classic, and I hope to enjoy this with my kids one day.
Okay, from reading other reviews I can see that a lot of folks out there liked this one, so I am probably in the minority, but to me this wasn't great. My husband and I may also be in the minority in that we like to teach our preschool age children conservative values and to be respectful- we like anything they view on TV to reflect that. Therefore, we have some issues with this one...
Like other more recent Disney films this contained some themes we didn't like. First and foremost, is the fact that this movie revolves around the idea that Scamp, depicted as a YOUNG puppy, does not want to obey or listen do what his mother and father (Lady and Tramp) say, but wants to do his own thing. This includes talking back to them, outrightly defying them, running away, joining a "gang" and even doing mean things to them and his human family after he is gone to "prove himself" loyal to the "gang"(like stealing Jim Dear and Darling's picnic food and ruining thier outing). Next, whereas the "puppy love" that developed between Lady and Tramp in the original movie was passive and mild, the parallel in this one between Scamp and his young "girlfriend" is in my opinion, blatant and distasteful. To begin with, Scamp and the "girlfriend" dog are depicted as MUCH younger, they purposefully kiss one another by licking each others' faces (when Lady and Tramp "kissed" it was by accident when they were eating spaghetti) and so forth. Then, at the end of the movie the "girlfriend" dog moves in with the family! LOOK I KNOW WE'RE ONLY TALKING ABOUT DOGS, but this still sends some messages that I DON'T LIKE.
YES! All of the things mentioned above may reflect the "typical" lifestyle in this age and time. HOWEVER, while my children are young I want to teach them the IDEALS... how things SHOULD BE... then they can make up thier own minds about things as they grow older... Unfortunately, I guess Disney movies no longer reflect the "ideal."
My girls and I love this movie also. It reminds me when I was little and watching Lady and the Tramp as a child. Its a story of Lady and the Tramp having a pup named scamp. Scamp is always getting in trouble. He leaves home and meets a female dog name Angel. He has to decide between a life of the Junkyard or his love of his family. This is a great addition to your Disney collection and a must see for all those with kids.
The tale of Lady and the Tramp continues when Scamp decides that he is better off as a stray. The movie is great for any Disney fan or anyone who is watching it for the first time. However, like the second Little Mermaid, the story mimics the first one though the roles are reversed. Scamp the pampered puppy falls in love with streetwise Angel. The DVD is great for cleaning out the old VHSes or for watching it for the first time.
Buy this movie before July fourth and play it for the whole family. I love this movie because Scamp learns the importance of a home. He learns that his father, the Tramp, was the king of the streets many years ago. Scamp longs for the street-hood life where he can be free to run, but he meets a lady who wishes she had a family like Scamps. Scamp runs away from home to find that freedom and happiness are in the heart of his own backyard.
the movie is good. i disagree with the fact that it teaches kids bad things. all kids go through a stage where they do not listen and have an attitude problem. what the movie does is show that in the end its better to listen to your parents and doing the bad things gets you in touble. parents who feel the movie is offensive should check out reality and the world today. you can't always shelter your kid from those things. and you can't stop them from going through the stage. the movie is teaching kids its not right. not that its ok. and when they take scamps girlfriend in it was out of compassion. it shows kids that strays need a home to. and deserve it as well. they have a hard knock life and they deserve to find love and compassion and some one to care for them. i personally think the movie was great and it teaches lessons not just to kids but also to adults that arent so small minded to pay attention.
I bought this disk as a replacement to the VHS. My daughter loves this movie and thinks it is the best one ever made. I think that the story line is easy for young children to follow and the colors are great. The characters are lovable as well. I would recomend this movie to anyone who loves dogs or anyone who really loved Lady and the Tramp.
My daughter LOVES it. She wants to watch it a lot. She still seems to like the first one better, but she enjoys this one as well. I bought it because they advertised it on the new Lady and Tramp DVD and my daughter would ask for it every time she watched the previews. I am happy with my purchase.
Much like the original Walt Disney Classic, "Lady & The Tramp" this DVD is a contiuance of Scamp's Adventures. My granddaughter loved it...I highly recommend! It's another Walt Disney Classic, that does not ever grow old, from generation-to-generation...
I really like this movie. My two and a half year old loves it. If you are a classic enthusiest it is good but lady voice and tramps voice is not the same as in the classic. if you want a good childrens movie this one is at the top of the list, but if looking for a contiuation of a classic this is just Ok. Great movie overall.