Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Lady and the Tramp Review (Valentine's Day 2012) (Updated)











Lady and the Tramp


Release Date: 23rd February 1956 - Australia


Production Companies
Walt Disney Productions

Distribution 
Walt Disney Studios Motion
Pictures Australia


Genre: Animation/Family

Rating: G

Runtime: 75 minutes


Budget: $4,000,000


Box Office Gross: $94,886,686
(Worldwide)


Plot Summary
She's a pampered spaniel,
and he's a debonair mutt-
about-town, but Lady and
Tramp discover that they
make a perfect pair. Lady
has always been the special
pet of her household, but
when dog-hating Aunt
Sarah and her scheming
Siamese cats turn against
her, Tramp is there to help.
Lady discovers that the
world of Tramp and his
stray-dog pals, away from
the "leash and collar set"
holds excitement and even
romance. It holds danger
too, from the ever-present
dog catcher. When he
saves the day, the Tramp
discovers that family life
isn't so bad after all, even
for a footloose fellow like
himself.


Voice Cast
Barbara Luddy - Lady
Larry Roberts - The Tramp
Bill Thompson - Jock/Various
Characters
Bill Baucom - Trusty
George Givot - Tony
Peggy Lee - Darling/Various
Characters
Verna Felton - Aunt Sarah
Stan Freberg - The Beaver
Alan Reed - Boris
Thurl Ravenscroft - Al the Alligator
Dallas McKennon - Toughy/Various
Characters
Lee Millar - Jim Dear/Dogcatcher

Crew
Directors - Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson
& Hamilton Luske
Based on Book "Happy Dan, The
Whistling Dog" - Ward Greene
Story - Erdman Penner, Joe Rinaldi,
Ralph Wright & Don DaGradi
Writers - Joe Grant, Dick Huemer & Louis Pollock
(Uncredited)
Producer - Walt Disney (Uncredited)
Directing Animators - Les Clark,
Ollie Johnston, Milt Kahl, Hal King,
Eric Larson, John Lounsbery,
Wolfgang Reitherman & Frank Thomas
Film Editor - Donald Halliday
Composer & Lyrics: Songs - Sonny Burke
& Peggy Lee
Music - Oliver Wallace


Review
Terrific and truly great is LADY AND THE TRAMP that tells a story about two dogs who met up with each other, but also fell in love with each other. I praise its famous romantic moment where the two main characters are slurping the spaghetti and kiss each other with it.

LADY AND THE TRAMP is surely one of Disney's great love stories that is ever being made and is definitely a heart-warming animated classic. Remember all of you, this review is made for Valentine's Day of 2012.

Star rating: (4/5) Good Movie


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