* ActingForTwo:
** Or rather, acting for four, in the case of Peggy Lee, who does the voices of Darling, Si, Am and Peg.
** And in the case of Bill Thompson, acting for ''five'', doing the voices of Jock, Joe, two of the dogs at the dog pound (the bulldog and the dachshund), and the policeman at the zoo.
* AFIS100Years100Passions: #95
* TheDanza: Peggy Lee not only voices Darling and the two Siamese cats, she also voices Peg, one of the dogs at the pound.
* 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.
* FakeNationality: Despite the wide range of international characters throughout the film, there are quite a few instances of this:
** Peggy Lee (Swedish Lutheran) [[{{Yellowface}} as the two Siamese cats]].
** Alan Reed (American Jew) as [[FakeRussian Boris the Russian Wolfhound]].
** Bill Thompson (native of Terre Haute, Indiana) as Jock the [[UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}} Scottish terrier]], Dachshie the German dachshund, [[FakeBrit Bull the English bulldog]], Joe one of the two {{Italia}}n chefs, and the [[{{Oireland}} Irish]] [[OfficerOHara Police Officer]].
* GodNeverSaidThat: No sources can be found stating that the three dogs were attempting to rape Lady or that Lady became pregnant after her night with Tramp; the latter is impossible because she would have gotten pregnant in the spring, yet she had the puppies shortly before Christmas.
* HeyItsThatSound: The zoo hyena's laugh done by Dallas [=McKennon=] would later become a rather popular stock sound effect, with the "voice" of Ripper Roo from the ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' series being the most well known usage.
* ImageSource:
** SpaghettiKiss
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The version that Disney animated in the 1.37:1 Academy ratio, for theaters unable to show widescreen movies, has only received one official home video release, when it was released on VHS and LaserDisc. Reissues of the movie on newer formats only feature the [=CinemaScope=] version, leaving the Academy version unable to view, aside from some clips included in some of the bonus features.
* MarketBasedTitle: Because of a lack of a direct translation for the word "tramp", a common translation for the film's title is "The Lady and the Vagabond."
* RealLifeRelative: Verna Felton (Aunt Sarah) was the mother of Lee Miller (Jim Dear).
* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Peggy Lee sued Disney when the film was released on VHS and LaserDisc, citing that her contract did not allow them to use her voice on video. She eventually collected a seven figure sum, and Disney began including in their contracts rights to "media not yet existing." The same thing happened with the Mexican Spanish dub, as Tramp's voice actor (Roberto Espriu) sued Disney for the same reason, forcing Disney to do another dub with a different cast at Prime Dubb/[=SDI=] Media de México.
* TalkingToHimself: Peggy Lee, Dallas [=McKennon=], Lee Millar and Bill Thompson each perform more than one role in the film.
* TropeNamer:
** SpaghettiKiss
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** [[spoiler: Trusty]] was supposed to die after [[spoiler: the dogcatcher's wagon hit him]], but Creator/WaltDisney didn't want another serious death, following the trauma Disney/{{Bambi}}'s mom's demise caused many children.
** Boris the Russian Wolfhound (who appears at the pound) was originally supposed to be the male lead of the film, having Tramp's role. However, the title "Lady and Boris"..."just didn't have the right ring to it".
** Tramp/Boris was also supposed to have had a song, called "''I'm Free as the Breeze''", which he sang about his life as a happy stray. It was cut when the film was {{retool}}ed.
** In one early version, the rat spoke and was more of a troublemaker than a genuine menace. He would have had a Jersey gangster sort of personality. His name would also have been Herman.
** Si and Am were supposed to be seen in the aftermath of the rat attack, looking [[EvenEvilHasStandards shocked at the outcome]].
** A dream sequence was animated where the dogs took their owners for walks, but cut due to negative audience reactions.