History Disney / LadyAndTheTramp

9th Sep '17 12:57:29 AM SeptimusHeap
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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.
5th Sep '17 6:03:05 PM creader
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* AuthorAppeal: The movie is set during TheGayNineties because Walt Disney was a big fan of that particular time period, and the town in the movie was inspired by his own hometown of Marceline, Missouri.



* BasedOnATrueStory: The first scene, anyway. Creator/WaltDisney once gave his wife Lillian a puppy as a Christmas present, and he put it in a hatbox to heighten the surprise.



--> '''Jock:''' Aye, ye have, laddie. [[LampshadeHanging Frequently.]]

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--> '''Jock:''' -->'''Jock:''' Aye, ye have, laddie. [[LampshadeHanging Frequently.]]


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* UrExample:
** This was the first animated feature screened in Cinemascope, the first Disney animated feature to be distributed under Buena Vista Distribution (as opposed to RKO Radio Pictures, as previous ones had) and also one of the first animated Disney films to be (mostly) based on an original story by Joe Grant.
** The casting of Peggy Lee as voice actor and songwriter was also one of the earliest examples of a "big name" in an animated feature at the time.
19th Jul '17 4:00:54 PM Chariset
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* YouDirtyRat: A particularly nasty one lives outside the fence of Lady's backyard. It appears once early on, but Lady chases it away. [[spoiler: It returns in the climax and tries to attack the baby, [[PapaWolf but Tramp kills it before it can do so]].]

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* YouDirtyRat: A particularly nasty one lives outside the fence of Lady's backyard. It appears once early on, but Lady chases it away. [[spoiler: It returns in the climax and tries to attack the baby, [[PapaWolf but Tramp kills it before it can do so]].]]]
19th Jul '17 4:00:34 PM Chariset
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* TheUnreveal: [[spoiler: We never actually learn what Old Reliable's advice was, because by the time Trusty tells it to Lady & Tramp's pups, he's ''totally forgotten'' it.]]

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* TheUnreveal: [[spoiler: We never actually learn what Old Reliable's advice was, because by the time Trusty tells it to Lady & Tramp's pups, finally meets someone who hasn't already heard it, he's ''totally forgotten'' it.forgotten what it was.]]



* VillainyFreeVillain: Well-meaning but prissy Aunt Sarah. Her main flaw is being a HorribleJudgeOfCharacter. She fails to recognize the only two (okay, three) true villains of the film: the rat that Tramp kills and Si and Am, her two [[CatsAreMean Siamese cats]]. She remains convinced that [[WrongGenreSavvy her cats are incapable of doing anything wrong]] and blames all of their misdeeds on Lady.

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* VillainyFreeVillain: Well-meaning but prissy Aunt Sarah. Her main flaw is being a HorribleJudgeOfCharacter. She fails to recognize the only two (okay, three) true villains of the film: the rat that Tramp kills kills, and Si and Am, her two conniving [[CatsAreMean Siamese cats]]. She remains convinced that [[WrongGenreSavvy her cats are incapable of doing anything wrong]] and blames all of their misdeeds on Lady.



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

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



* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Only a handful of four - legged animals in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon can read, including Tramp.



** Also, after saving Lady from the vicious dogs in the alley, Tramp asks her, "Hey, pidge, what are you doing on this side of the tracks?"
* WoundedGazelleGambit: Si and Am act like Lady hurt them and trashed the living room. Unfortunately, it works.
* YellowPeril: Si and Am.
* YouAreGrounded: Because of some misunderstandings, Lady gets muzzled and, eventually, chained to her doghouse.
* YouDirtyRat: A particularly nasty one lives in a wall outside the fence of Lady's backyard. It appears once early on, but Lady chases it away. [[spoiler: However, it returns in the climax, and tries to attack the baby, [[PapaWolf but fortunately, Tramp kills it before it can do so]].]]

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** Also, after saving Lady from the vicious dogs in the alley, Tramp asks her, "Hey, pidge, "Hey Pidge, what are you doing on this side of the tracks?"
* WoundedGazelleGambit: Si and Am act like Lady hurt them writhe around and trashed cry in the wreckage of the living room. Unfortunately, Unfortunately for Lady, it works.
* YellowPeril: Si and Am.
Am are buck-toothed, cross-eyed stereotypes, present only to cause trouble and get the innocent Lady blamed for it.
* YouAreGrounded: Because of some misunderstandings, Lady gets muzzled and, eventually, chained is confined to her doghouse.
doghouse when Aunt Sarah brings her back from the pound.
* YouDirtyRat: A particularly nasty one lives in a wall outside the fence of Lady's backyard. It appears once early on, but Lady chases it away. [[spoiler: However, it It returns in the climax, climax and tries to attack the baby, [[PapaWolf but fortunately, Tramp kills it before it can do so]].]]]
3rd Jun '17 5:30:03 PM skybox
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** Also Darling herself, Lady mistakenly thinks it's her name but it's really Jim's term of endearment for her and her actual name is never mentioned.

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** Also Darling herself, herself. Lady mistakenly thinks it's her name name, but it's really Jim's term of endearment for her and her actual name is never mentioned.
3rd Jun '17 5:25:55 PM skybox
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* DarkIsNotEvil: The workers at the pound are not portrayed as villains, they're just ordinary people who have a job to do.

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* DarkIsNotEvil: The workers at the pound are not portrayed as villains, villains; they're just ordinary people who have a job to do.
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'.

to:

* 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.
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