Lady and the Tramp is a 1955 American animated musical romance film produced by Walt Disney and released by Buena Vista Film Distribution. Claude Coats was then appointed as the key background artist. [53] After a protracted legal battle, she was awarded $2.3 million in 1991. Produced 46 years after its predecessor and set two years and a few months after the events of the first film, it centers on the adventures of Lady and Tramp's only son, Scamp, who desires to be a wild dog. [5] In the film, she sings "La La Lu", "The Siamese Cat Song", and "He's a Tramp". Your email address will not be published. That Christmas, Tramp has been adopted into the family, and he and Lady have started their own family, with Lady having given birth to a litter of four puppies (three daughters who look identical to Lady and one son who looks identical to Tramp). One day, Lady is upset after her owners begin treating her rather coldly. An episode of Disneyland called "A Story of Dogs" aired before the film's release. Reviews for the sequel were generally mixed to negative, with critics panning its plot. However, due to the growing interest of widescreen film among movie-goers, Disney decided to animate the film in CinemaScope making Lady and the Tramp the first animated feature filmed in the process. [3], More problems arose as the premiere date got closer since not all theaters had the capability to show CinemaScope at the time. [23] A standalone 1-disc DVD edition was released on March 20, 2012. This article was written completely independently. Seeing the muzzle on Lady's head, Tramp decides to take her to the local zoo, where they find a beaver who removes the muzzle with his teeth. [5] These appearances are available as part of the Lady and the Tramp Platinum Edition DVD set. In 1937, Walt Disney Productions story artist Joe Grant came up with an idea inspired by the antics of his English Springer Spaniel Lady, and how she got "shoved aside" by Joe's new baby. We are constantly updating and improving our posts with new stuff! [22], Lady and the Tramp was released on Blu-ray on February 7, 2012 as a part of Disney's Diamond Editions series. [16], Lady and the Tramp was first released on North American VHS and Laserdisc in 1987 as part of the Walt Disney Classics video series and in the United Kingdom in 1990. Upon learning this, Walt issued two versions of the film: one in widescreen, and another in the Academy ratio. Eventually, the baby arrives, and the couple introduces Lady to the infant, of whom Lady becomes very fond and protective. A lot of filming took place in and around Wright Square, filled with charming historical architecture. Jim Dear and Darling return home as the dog catcher departs, and when they release Lady, she leads them to the dead rat. While at the pound, the other dogs reveal to Lady that Tramp has had multiple girlfriends in the past, and they feel it is unlikely that he will ever settle down. Animators had to remember that they had to move their characters across a background instead of the background passing behind them. Coats made models of the interiors of Jim Dear and Darling's house, and shot photos and film at a low perspective as reference to maintain a dog's view. [7] Yet the animators overcame these obstacles during the action scenes, such as Tramp killing the rat. [5], The finished film is slightly different from what was originally planned. They were briefly referred to as "Mister" and "Missis" before settling on the names "Jim Dear" and "Darling". A live-action remake premiered on November 12, 2019 on The Walt Disney Company's streaming service Disney+. [3] Layout artists essentially had to reinvent their technique. 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The grounds had plenty of room for the dogs to roam including this amazing backdrop where we met the scruffy Tramp. ", "Footloose and Collar-Free / A Night at the Restaurant / Bella Notte", "It's Morning / Ever Chase Chickens / Caught", "In the Doghouse / The Rat Returns / Falsely Accused / We've Got to Stop That Wagon / Trusty's Sacrifice", Lee Millar as Jim Dear, the fatherly human figure and Darling's husband. On Christmas evening in the year 1909, in a quaint Midwestern town (visually inspired by Disney's hometown Marceline, Missouri), Jim Dear gives his wife Darling a cocker spaniel puppy they named Lady. At the end of its initial home video release, it was reported to have sold more than three million copies becoming the best-selling videocassette at the time. Millar also voiced the Dogcatcher. [20] On its first day, one million copies of the Platinum Edition were sold. A direct-to-video sequel, Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure, was released on February 27, 2001. [41] During its fourth re-release in 1986, it garnered $31.1 million. [4] A solid story began taking shape in 1953,[7] based on Grant's storyboards and Greene's short story. Lady enjoys a joyful life with the couple and befriends two local neighborhood dogs, a Scottish terrier named Jock, and a bloodhound named Trusty. [21] The Platinum Edition DVD went on moratorium on January 31, 2007, along with the 2006 DVD re-issue of the film's sequel Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure. ThemeXpose, If you are not too young, probably you have seen at some point the cartoon scene with two lovely. Animator Frank Thomas was against Walt's decision and animated the entire scene himself without any lay-outs. Dave Kehr, writing for The Chicago Tribune gave the film four stars. It was the first animated film distributed by the company.