Lady and the Tramp (1955)

 lady-and-the-tramp“As my grandpappy, Ol’ Reliable, used to say… I don’t recollect if I ever mentioned Ol’ Reliable before?” – Trusty

Number of Times Seen – Too many to count  (video in the 809’s, cable and 9 Jun 2014)

Brief Synopsis – An animated tale of star crossed lovers from different backgrounds told by the use of dogs.

My Take on it – Disney continued during the 50’s to give the public excellent animated tales that continue to entertain children and adults even 60 years later.

This movie is an original story not based on previous material of a romance between an upper class dog named Lady who ends up befriending lower class street dogs including a mutt named Tramp.

This movie was able to give us an interesting story coupled with lots of interesting and memorable characters who each have their own quirks and personalities.

The most memorable scene from this movie was the spaghetti one that was almost removed by Walt Disney because he didn’t think it “fit”.  Movie lovers across the generations are glad he changed his mind because that scene is done so well.

Bottom Line – Another Disney classic that holds up very well over the years.  Fun characters who all have interesting and diverse personalities.  Highly Recommended!

Rating – Oscar Worthy


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