History Disney / LadyAndTheTRamp

23rd Apr '17 2:29:14 PM chasemaddigan
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** Swatting your dog because it's misbehaving is really not something you're supposed to do. This one is a case of ValuesDissonance, because corporal punishment was perfectly acceptable at the time of the film's release (and especially in the time period of the film).

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** [[invoked]] Swatting your dog because it's misbehaving is really not something you're supposed to do. This one is a case of ValuesDissonance, because corporal punishment was perfectly acceptable at the time of the film's release (and especially in the time period of the film).
4th Apr '17 1:15:15 PM Heart
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** Swatting your dog because it's misbehaving is really not something you're supposed to do. This one is a case of ValueDissonance, because corporal punishment was perfectly fine at the time of the film's release (and especially in the time period of the film).

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** Swatting your dog because it's misbehaving is really not something you're supposed to do. This one is a case of ValueDissonance, ValuesDissonance, because corporal punishment was perfectly fine acceptable at the time of the film's release (and especially in the time period of the film).
4th Apr '17 10:24:41 AM MrFlinter
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* TheKiddieRide: Ital-Resina spawned an unlicensed ride in 2011 featuring Lady and Tramp sitting in a cup.
12th Mar '17 9:56:48 PM tv1995
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Lady and the Tramp waking up on a hill together the next morning could possibly imply they got much closer overnight. Confirmed in an interview on the 50th anniversary DVD release. They worded it has having 'a romantic night'.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Lady and the Tramp waking up on a hill together the next morning could possibly imply they got much closer overnight. Confirmed in an interview on the 50th anniversary DVD release. They worded it has having 'a romantic night'. It's also implied later on in the film Lady was pregnant when Jock and Trusty offered to marry her to spare her honor.
10th Mar '17 5:08:29 PM Pichu-kun
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* ArtisticLicenseAnimalCare: Serving coffee and doughnuts to your dog is not the wisest thing to do. While the doughnuts are simply lacking in nutrition, coffee is outright toxic to dogs.

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* ArtisticLicenseAnimalCare: ArtisticLicenseAnimalCare:
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Serving coffee and doughnuts to your dog is not the wisest thing to do. While the doughnuts are simply lacking in nutrition, coffee is outright toxic to dogs.



** Swatting your dog because it's misbehaving is really not something you're supposed to do.

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** Swatting your dog because it's misbehaving is really not something you're supposed to do. This one is a case of ValueDissonance, because corporal punishment was perfectly fine at the time of the film's release (and especially in the time period of the film).



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Lady and the Tramp waking up on a hill together the next morning could possibly imply they got much closer overnight.
** Confirmed in an interview on the 50th anniversary DVD release. They worded it has having 'a romantic night'.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Lady and the Tramp waking up on a hill together the next morning could possibly imply they got much closer overnight.
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overnight. Confirmed in an interview on the 50th anniversary DVD release. They worded it has having 'a romantic night'.



* MatchCut: One particularly amusing one: After puppy Lady begs for Jim Dear to let her into bed, he gives in, but says, "Just for tonight..." We then cut to a near-identical shot of Lady sleeping on the bed in the morning several months later... as a big cocker spaniel.
** This also counts as an AgeCut.

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* MatchCut: One particularly amusing one: After puppy Lady begs for Jim Dear to let her into bed, he gives in, but says, "Just for tonight..." We then cut to a near-identical shot of Lady sleeping on the bed in the morning several months later... as a big cocker spaniel.
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spaniel. This also counts as an AgeCut.



** Lady does act quite refined and ladylike...[[SpoiledSweet most of the time]]. When she's not digging up the garden (to be fair, she ''tried'' to put the flower back) or chasing pigeons around.

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** Lady does act quite refined and ladylike... [[SpoiledSweet most of the time]]. When she's not digging up the garden (to be fair, she ''tried'' to put the flower back) or chasing pigeons around.



* NoNameGiven: Jim Dear and Darling's baby. By the sequel, he is a toddler, so he's called Junior out of necessity.

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* NoNameGiven: NoNameGiven:
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Jim Dear and Darling's baby. By the sequel, he is a toddler, so he's called Junior out of necessity.



* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Jim Dear and Darling, the couple's pet names for each other. In Darling's case, it overlaps with NoNameGiven.
** At the baby shower, Darling's guests call her by that name as well.

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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Jim Dear and Darling, the couple's pet names for each other. In Darling's case, it overlaps with NoNameGiven.
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NoNameGiven. At the baby shower, Darling's guests call her by that name as well.



* PapaWolf: When Lady is unable to stop the rat from entering the baby's room, without hesitation, Tramp takes on this role to kill the rat and save the baby.

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* PapaWolf: PapaWolf:
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When Lady is unable to stop the rat from entering the baby's room, without hesitation, Tramp takes on this role to kill the rat and save the baby.



* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: Al the alligator, briefly seen at the zoo.
** Could be a subversion, as he seemed to merely be trying to help get the muzzle off of Lady and simply didn't realize that his mouth was too big to do the job safely.

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* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: Al the alligator, briefly seen at the zoo.
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zoo. Could be a subversion, as he seemed to merely be trying to help get the muzzle off of Lady and simply didn't realize that his mouth was too big to do the job safely.



* ThoseTwoGuys: Jock and Trusty.

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* ThoseTwoGuys: ThoseTwoGuys:
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Jock and Trusty.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: We never see Si and Am again, after their OneSceneWonder, despite the fact that Aunt Sarah is still there.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
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We never see Si and Am again, after their OneSceneWonder, despite the fact that Aunt Sarah is still there.



* WhatsAnXLikeYouDoingInAYLikeThis: The dog catcher says that Lady is "too nice of a girl" to be in the dog pound.

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* WhatsAnXLikeYouDoingInAYLikeThis: WhatsAnXLikeYouDoingInAYLikeThis:
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The dog catcher says that Lady is "too nice of a girl" to be in the dog pound.
27th Feb '17 9:30:04 AM Pamina
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* GenderEqualsBreed: Lady and The Tramp's puppies are them in miniature.
** Subverted in the comics - the pair had four puppies, two boys and two girls. One of the boys looked like the Tramp, but the other looked like Lady. This was changed in the sequel film, which played the trope straight.

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* GenderEqualsBreed: Lady and The Tramp's four puppies are them in miniature.
** Subverted in
miniature, though we never learn their genders. In the comics - comics, this tropes is subverted the pair had four puppies, puppies are two boys and two girls. One girls, and one of the boys looked boys, Scamp, looks like the Tramp, but the other looked looks like Lady. This was changed in the sequel film, which played plays the trope straight.straight, with Scamp as the only boy and all three of Lady's lookalike puppies as girls.
17th Feb '17 6:26:11 PM Pamina
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* BreakUpMakeUpScenario: One of the first Disney films to pull one.

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* BreakUpMakeUpScenario: One of the first Disney films to pull one.one, after Tramp accidentally gets Lady sent to the pound and she learns about his womanizing while there.
17th Feb '17 6:21:27 PM Pamina
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* HumansAreBastards: Tramp's attitude. Played straight with Aunt Sarah.

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* HumansAreBastards: Tramp's attitude. Played straight with attitude, though the only unlikeable human we actually meet is Aunt Sarah.
7th Feb '17 12:28:25 PM Pamina
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* IWasNamedMyName: Tramp in the original.
** Actually averted in ''Lady and the Tramp'', where the Tramp is called different names by all the humans he befriends.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Aunt Sarah is mean to Lady, but truly cares about her two cats and the baby.

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* IWasNamedMyName: Tramp in the original.
** Actually averted in ''Lady and the Tramp'', where the
Averted: Tramp is called different names by all the humans he befriends.
befriends and only called "Tramp" by other dogs. Played straight in the various sequel materials, where Jim Dear and Darling call him "Tramp," but not in the original film.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Aunt Sarah is mean to Lady, but truly cares about her two cats and the baby.baby, and sends the dogs a box of biscuits for Christmas in the end.
1st Jan '17 8:34:56 AM Everlighte
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* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Lady falls for the Tramp after he starts being kind and helpful towards her. She's [[{{Understatement}} less than pleased]] to learn of his history with "dames," but warms up to him again when he heroically saves the baby from a rat.

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* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Lady falls for the Tramp after he saves her life and starts being kind and helpful towards her. She's [[{{Understatement}} less than pleased]] to learn of his history with "dames," but warms up to forgives him again when he heroically saves the baby from a rat.
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