Lady and the Tramp (1955) download

Lady and the Tramp (1955)

Director: Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Lusco, Wilfred Jackson
Writers: Ward Green / Erdman Penner / Joe Rinaldi / Ralph Wright / Don DaGrady
Actors: Barbara Ludy, Larry Roberts, Paige Lee, Lee Miller, Bill Thompson, Bill Baukamen, Verna Felton, George Gift, Stan Frebe Greg / Dale McKennan / Alan Reed / The Mellomen
Genre: Comedy/Romance/Adventure/Animation
Region: United States
language: English
Release: 1955-06-16 (Chicago premiere) / 1955-06-22 (USA)
Length: 76 minutes
AKA: The Lady and the Tramp
Rating: IMDB 7.3 / Rotten Tomatoes 93%

Movie Synopsis
Christmas is here, and Jim gave his wife a pet dog “Lady”. The smart and well-behaved “lady” is favored by the hostess and has been living a carefree and happy life. However, with the birth of a little life into this family, the status of “lady” began to decline steadily. The neglected “lady” ran away from home, but the “lady” who had never had to worry about food and clothing suddenly fell into trouble. Fortunately, she met a kind stray dog, Chap. Chap and “Lady” quickly became good friends, and after experiencing various adventures, they sparked a spark of love, and “Lady” returned home safely, and lived together carefree ever since.

“Lady and the Tramp” is a 1955 animated musical romance film produced by Walt Disney and directed by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, and Hamilton Luske. The movie tells the story of a refined and pampered cocker spaniel named Lady who falls in love with a street-smart mutt named Tramp, and their adventures together as they navigate the streets of their town and try to avoid trouble.

The film is known for its iconic spaghetti dinner scene, where Lady and Tramp share a plate of spaghetti and meatballs while the song “Bella Notte” plays in the background. “Lady and the Tramp” features memorable characters such as Trusty, Jock, and the villainous Siamese cats, and features the voice talents of Barbara Luddy, Larry Roberts, and Peggy Lee.

The film received critical acclaim upon its release and has since become a beloved classic among Disney fans. It was also one of the first animated films to be released in widescreen CinemaScope format. In 2019, a live-action adaptation of the film was released on Disney+ as part of the streaming service’s original content.

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