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Lady and the Tramp ()


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The romantic tale of a sheltered uptown Cocker Spaniel dog and a streetwise downtown Mutt.

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  • Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 1 win & 1 nomination.
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Darling / Si / Am / Peg (voice)
Larry Roberts ...
Tramp (voice)
Bill Baucom ...
Trusty (voice)
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Aunt Sarah (voice)
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Tony (voice)
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Beaver (voice) (as Stan Freeberg)
Lee Millar ...
Jim Dear / Dog Catcher (voice)
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Lady (voice)
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Jock / Bull - the Bull Terrier / Policeman at Zoo / Dachsie / Joe (voice)
Dal McKennon ...
Toughy / Professor / Pedro / Hyena (voice) (as Dallas McKennon)
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Boris (voice)
The Mellomen ...
Dogs (singingVoice) (as The Mello Men)

Directed by

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Clyde Geronimi
Wilfred Jackson
Hamilton Luske

Written by

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Ward Greene ... (from the story by)
 
Erdman Penner ... (story) &
Joe Rinaldi ... (story) &
Ralph Wright ... (story) &
Don DaGradi ... (story)
 
Joe Grant ... (script) (uncredited)
 
Dick Huemer ... (script) (uncredited)
 
Louis Pollock ... () (uncredited)

Produced by

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Erdman Penner ... associate producer

Music by

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Oliver Wallace ... (music score)

Film Editing by

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Donald Halliday ... film editor (as Don Halliday)

Editorial Department

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Timothy Peeler ... digital colorist: restoration

Production Management

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Cory Hansen ... post-production supervisor: restoration
Ken Peterson ... production supervisor (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Robert O. Cook ... sound recordist
C.O. Slyfield ... sound director
Harold J. Steck ... sound recordist
James MacDonald ... sound effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Bill Fadness ... digital film recording supervisor: restoration
Ub Iwerks ... special processes
Dan MacManus ... effects animator
April McMorris ... digital producer: restoration
George Rowley ... effects animator
Bruce Tauscher ... digital color timing supervisor: restoration

Camera and Electrical Department

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John Derderian ... camera operator: digital film recording
Robert F. Sparks ... camera operator (uncredited)

Animation Department

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Edwin Aardal ... character animator (as Ed Aardal)
Hal Ambro ... character animator
Ken Anderson ... layouts
Dick Anthony ... backgrounds
William Bosche ... layouts (as Bill Bosche)
Collin Campbell ... layouts
Jack Campbell ... character animator
Tim Campbell ... animation research library: restoration
Bob Carlson ... character animator
Fox Carney ... animation research library: restoration
Les Clark ... directing animator
Eric Cleworth ... character animator
Claude Coats ... backgrounds
Tom Codrick ... layouts
Al Dempster ... backgrounds
Eyvind Earle ... backgrounds
Doug Engalla ... animation research library: restoration
Hugh Fraser ... character animator
John Freeman ... character animator
Don Griffith ... layouts
Victor Haboush ... layouts
Ann Hansen ... animation research library: restoration
Jerry Hathcock ... character animator
Hugh Hennesy ... layouts
Ray Huffine ... backgrounds
Ralph Hulett ... backgrounds
Ollie Johnston ... directing animator
Milt Kahl ... directing animator
Tamara Khalaf ... animation research library: restoration
Hal King ... directing animator
George Kreisl ... character animator
Eric Larson ... directing animator
John Lounsbery ... directing animator
Don Lusk ... character animator
Brice Mack ... backgrounds
George Nicholas ... character animator
Lance Nolley ... layouts
Cliff Nordberg ... character animator
Ken O'Brien ... character animator
Kendall O'Connor ... layouts (as A. Kendall O'Connor)
Vivian G. Procopio ... animation research library: restoration (as Vivian Procopia)
Thor Putnam ... layouts
Wolfgang Reitherman ... directing animator
Jacques Rupp ... layouts
John Sibley ... character animator
Lella Smith ... animation research library: restoration
McLaren Stewart ... layouts
Frank Thomas ... directing animator
Harvey Toombs ... character animator
Jimi Trout ... backgrounds
Matt Tsugawa ... animation research library: restoration
Thelma Witmer ... backgrounds
Marvin Woodward ... character animator
Al Zinnen ... layouts
Frank Armitage ... animator (uncredited)
Al Coe ... animator (uncredited)
Phyllis Craig ... inker (uncredited)
Eve Fletcher ... ink and paint (uncredited)
Blaine Gibson ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Harry Holt ... animator (uncredited)
Willie Ito ... inbetween artist (uncredited)
Fred Kopietz ... animator (uncredited)
Bob McCrea ... animator (uncredited)
Charlene Miller ... inker (uncredited)
Gary Mooney ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Ken O'Brien ... directing animator (uncredited)
Joanna Romersa ... ink and paint artist (uncredited)
Carmen Sanderson ... ink and paint (uncredited)
Donald Selders ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Hal Sutherland ... animator (uncredited)
Iwao Takamoto ... assistant animator (uncredited)
John Wilson ... key assistant animator (uncredited)
Allen Wilzbach ... assistant animator (uncredited)

Music Department

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Sonny Burke ... songs by
Sidney Fine ... orchestrator
Evelyn Kennedy ... music editor
Peggy Lee ... songs by
Edward H. Plumb ... orchestrator (as Edward Plumb)
John Rarig ... vocal arrangements
Ethmer Roten ... musician: flute (uncredited)
Edmundo Santos ... lyrics: Spanish version (uncredited)

Other crew

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Walt Disney ... presenter
Don Barclay ... live action model: Tony (uncredited)
Marie Dasnoit ... secretary (uncredited)
Charles Palmer ... story editor (uncredited)
Eloise Tobelman ... secretary (uncredited)
Ruth Wright ... secretary (uncredited)

Thanks

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Sara Bleick ... special thanks (as S.J. Bleick)
Ian Gooding ... special thanks: restored version
Mary Meacham ... special thanks (as Mary M. Hogg)
Hermann H. Schmidt ... special thanks: restored version
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Lady, a golden cocker spaniel, meets up with a mongrel dog who calls himself the Tramp. He is obviously from the wrong side of town, but happenings at Lady's home make her decide to travel with him for a while. This turns out to be a bad move, as no dog is above the law. Written by Tim Pickett

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Taglines The most delightful characters in a dog's age! See more »
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Also Known As
  • La dama y el vagabundo (United States, Spanish title)
  • Bowwow Story (Japan, English title)
  • La belle et le clochard (France)
  • Susi und Strolch (Germany)
  • La dama y el vagabundo (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 76 min
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Box Office

Budget $4,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $2,804,272, 19 Dec 1986
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $1,284,360

Did You Know?

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Trivia Walt Disney originally didn't want to include the 'Bella Note' spaghetti-eating scene, now one of the most iconic moments in the whole Disney canon. See more »
Goofs When Lady enters the baby's room while Tramp is fighting the rat, the chain is gone. When Lady goes to the fallen crib when the baby's crying, the chain is back on. Then when Tramp comes over to her as Aunt Sarah enters the room, the chain is gone again. And then the chain is back on lady as Aunt Sarah grabs Lady and pulls her down to the cellar. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in A Story of Dogs (1954). See more »
Soundtracks He's a Tramp See more »
Crazy Credits "In the whole history of the world there is but one thing that money can not buy... to wit the wag of a dog's tail" - Josh Billings so it is to all dogs- be they Ladies or Tramps that this picture is respectfully dedicated- See more »
Quotes Lady: Oh! Oh, dear!
Tramp: Is something wrong, Pidge?
Lady: It's morning.
Tramp: Yeah. So it is.
Lady: I should have been home hours ago.
Tramp: Why? Because you still believe in that old "in the faithful old dog tray" routine? Aw, come on, Pidge. Open up your eyes.
Lady: Open my eyes?
Tramp: To what a dog's life can really be! I'll show you what I mean. Look down there. Tell me what you see.
Lady: Well, I see nice homes, with yards and fences...
Tramp: Exactly. Life on a leash. Look again, Pige. Look, there's a great big hunk of world down there, with no fence around it. Where two dogs can find adventure and excitement. And beyond those distant hills, who knows what wonderful experiences? And it's all ours for the taking, Pige. It's all ours.
Lady: It sound wonderful.
Tramp: But?
Lady: But who'd watch over the baby?
Tramp: [shaking his head] You win. Come on. I'll take you home.
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