History Disney / LadyAndTheTRamp

27th Sep '16 9:09:37 PM Historian1912
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Originally released in [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1955]], ''Lady and the Tramp'' is the 15th entry in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, and the first that Disney theatrically distributed themselves. It tells the story of a loving couple and their family pet from [[ThisIsMyHuman the dog's point of view]]. Big changes are coming to Jim Dear and Darling's family, something that the eponymous Lady has trouble understanding. Meanwhile, Lady herself has caught the eye of the Tramp, a stray dog (and ladies' man) who prefers the uncertain freedom of the streets to life in a collar, which he views as slavery. He tries to convince Lady to live more recklessly, but she believes just as strongly in loyalty to her humans and her home. Will ThePowerOfLove convince Tramp to see things her way?

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Originally released in [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1955]], ''Lady and the Tramp'' is the 15th entry in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, and the first that Disney theatrically distributed themselves. It tells the story of a loving couple and their family pet from [[ThisIsMyHuman the dog's point of view]]. Big changes are coming to Jim Dear and Darling's family, something that the eponymous Lady has trouble understanding. Meanwhile, Lady herself has caught the eye of the Tramp, a stray dog (and ladies' man) who prefers the uncertain freedom of the streets to life in a collar, dcollar, which he views as slavery. He tries to convince Lady to live more recklessly, but she believes just as strongly in loyalty to her humans and her home. Will ThePowerOfLove convince Tramp to see things her way?



* DVDCommentary: The 2012 Blu-Ray release of Lady and the Tramp had re-enactments of the story meetings between Disney and his story men as one of the several bonus features.
1st Sep '16 11:56:09 AM Random888
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* ThatNostalgiaShow: Still qualifies, despite being made nearly 50 years after the era it is looking back on (the [[TheEdwardianEra 1900s]]).

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* ThatNostalgiaShow: Still qualifies, despite being made nearly 50 years after the era it is looking back on (the [[TheEdwardianEra 1900s]]). This era was when Creator/WaltDisney had his childhood, so it's no surprise that a lot of Walt-era Disney films take place then.
3rd Aug '16 2:29:46 AM 06tele
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* ArtShift: Tramp changes colour from brown to grey several times during the movie, presumably unintentionally.
3rd Aug '16 2:19:36 AM 06tele
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Jock saying to Tramp "We've no need for mongrels and their radical ideas!" Oh, Walt, you union-buster, you.
26th Jul '16 12:23:58 PM Give1Take2
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* AmIJustAToyToYou: Lady is ''distraught'' when she learns of the Tramp's extensive history with dames, as she thinks she's just the latest in a long line of ladies he "loves and leaves."

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* AmIJustAToyToYou: Lady is ''distraught'' when she learns of the Tramp's extensive history with dames, as she thinks she's just the latest in a long line of ladies he "loves loves and leaves."



** [[BigBad Buster]] is implied to be this for Tramp. He apparently got extremely jealous of Lady, if Tramp is a reliable source in that department.



** In the sequel, the stray to whom Scamp has taken a liking is adopted by the family and named Angel, which she's been called throughout the movie.



* NeverForgottenSkill: In the sequel ''Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure'', Tramp has long since retired from his life of crime. However, he unlocks one locked door with awe-inspiring ease, showing that his criminal skills have not degraded in all those years.


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* RescueRomance: Played with. Tramp saves Lady from the pack of savage dogs chasing her in an alley, but the "romance" doesn't happen until later, after they've gotten to know each other.
22nd Jul '16 10:10:41 PM Obiwanlivesforever2
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* ThatNostalgiaShow: Still qualifies, despite being made a full 65 years after the era it is looking back on (the [[TheEdwardianEra 1900s]]).

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* ThatNostalgiaShow: Still qualifies, despite being made a full 65 nearly 50 years after the era it is looking back on (the [[TheEdwardianEra 1900s]]).
22nd Jul '16 10:09:42 PM Obiwanlivesforever2
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* ThatNostalgiaShow: Still qualifies, despite being made a full 65 years after the era it is looking back on (the [[TheGayNineties 1890s]]).

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* ThatNostalgiaShow: Still qualifies, despite being made a full 65 years after the era it is looking back on (the [[TheGayNineties 1890s]]).[[TheEdwardianEra 1900s]]).
1st Jul '16 4:22:14 PM Jeduthun
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* AlternateAnimalAffection: The famous SpaghettiKiss results in the pair accidentally smooching, despite this not being terribly anatomically practical for dogs. Also, even more improbably, Si and Am use their tails to "shake hands" with each other.
14th Apr '16 12:38:40 AM morenohijazo
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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.
** In the sequel, the stray to whom Scamp has taken a liking is adopted by the family and named Angel, which she's been called throughout the movie.
7th Mar '16 3:14:22 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* OverlyLongName: The Chihuahua's sister.
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