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Audience Reviews for Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure. Of course it was cute, but it just doesn't even compare to the original. It's also weird seeing those characters again, but with ...
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Sep 03, 2019 · Synopsis. Lady and Tramp’s mischievous pup, Scamp, gets fed up with rules and restrictions imposed on him by life in a family, and longs for a wild and free lifestyle. He runs away from home and into the streets where he joins a pack of stray dogs known as the “Junkyard Dogs.”. Buster, the pack’s leader, takes an instant disliking to ...
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In early versions of the script, Tramp was called Homer and although he was first conceived as Lady's suitor, competing with an early incantation of Boris for her affections, he ended up as her ex-dog pound mate in the final 1943 storyboard pitch. A few years after that version was scrapped, Walt read a story called \\"Happy Dan the Cynical Dog\\" in Cosmopolitan Magazine and decided that such a character as him was just was needed to enhance the film. Although Walt wanted his new character to be called Tramp, the animators feared that audiences would take offense in such a name, due to the word's sexual connotations (\\"the lady is a tramp\\".) So, they first called him Rags, then Bozo, before Walt insisted that Tramp would be fine.
Tramp is a medium-sized mutt, scruffy looking dog. He is mostly medium brown with a light tan muzzle and stomach. He has a cream colored stripe that comes down from his muzzle to his chest (which he passes down to his son Scamp and daughter Danielle). After he is taken in by Jim Dear and Darling, he wears a red collar with a diamond shaped license.
In the first film, Tramp is a very laid-back character and he's more like a kid. He enjoys his rapscallion lifestyle without a family and home. It's implied that he's flirtatious, given his history of having a multitude of girlfriends. He's known for his street smarts, able to both avoid dog catchers and deal with junkyard dogs. He initially seems cynical about humans, saying how the arrival of a baby is likely to lead to the family dog being pushed aside.
In the sequel, after he and Lady have married and now have a litter of puppies, Tramp's grown accustomed to being a house pet, but still retains his street smarts. He is also portrayed as being a loving yet firm father to his son, Scamp, and his three daughters, Annette, Collette and Danielle.
Tramp is introduced as a wise-cracking, stray mutt who admires the life of a rogue loner. Often seen alone, the Tramp doesn't appear to have family or friends outside of the local mutts he runs into from time to time, such as Peg and Bull, or Tony and Joe; two Italian restaurant owners. Nevertheless, he lives his life with a carefree aura and rascally-fun nature. While out and about in New England, where he regularly rests and feast at various restaurants, he overhears Jock and Trusty attempting to explain what a baby is to Lady. Tramp gives his opinion on the matter, which is somewhat negative. Annoyed with Tramp, Jock and Trusty order him out of the yard.
The second film shows that Tramp's relationship with his son, Scamp has become somewhat strained due to Scamp's desire to be a \\"wild dog.\\" One day, Scamp makes a mess in the living room and is chained outside. Even though, Tramp makes an accident to him since he can't stop acting wild on the street. Tramp comes to talk to Scamp, but they soon get into an argument and Tramp leaves.
When Scamp is asked by Buster to steal a chicken from his family's picnic, Tramp soon arrives and talk softly to him. He asks Scamp to come home, but Scamp confronts him who he was as a stray and chooses the junkyard life. Tramp feels sad and brokenhearted that Scamp does not want to be a house dog. However, later that night, a young stray (Angel) arrives and tells him and Lady that Scamp is in trouble. He and Angel race to the dog pound and Tramp saves Scamp from getting killed by a vicious bull mastiff named Reggie. Later, Scamp apologizes to his father for running away from home, and Tramp in return apologizes to Scamp for being too hard on him. He was thinking that he and Scamp can go to the river to howl, promising to lighten up. Afterward, the dogs reconcile and head home after Scamp retrieves his collar from Buster back at the junkyard. In the end, the family adopts Angel as a member of the family and Tramp was happy that Scamp became a house dog instead of being a stray after all.
Tramp makes several appearances as a guest in the television series House of Mouse, usually sitting with Lady. Most of their scenes mimic the spaghetti scene from the film.
Tramp was referenced in the episode \\"The Mouse Who Came to Dinner\\", during the celebrity roast; as the joke went, Lady was looking for him, to which Goofy exclaims, \\"Hey, Lady, I found the Tramp!\\" as a jab at Mortimer Mouse.
Lady and Tramp make a cameo appearance in the Bonkers episode \\"CasaBonkers\\". They are briefly seen eating spaghetti together at the Rubber Room.
Tramp makes a cameo appearance along with Lady in the Mickey Mouse episode \\"Third Wheel\\". A screencap of Tramp appears along the Sorcerer Hat within Oh My Disney in Ralph Breaks the Internet.
At the Magic Kingdom, Tramp and other characters from the film are prominently featured at Tony's Town Square Restaurant. In the same park, Tramp and Lady briefly appear in Once Upon a Time, during Mrs. Potts narration.
At Disney's Pop Century Resort, a section of the resort is dedicated to Tramp and Lady in the form of statues.
Lady is the titular female protagonist of Walt Disney Productions' 15th animated feature film, Lady and the Tramp, and a minor character in the 2001 sequel Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure. She is Jim Dear and Darling's pet Cocker Spaniel who falls in love with a stray mutt named Tramp, with whom she has four puppies; a son Scamp and three daughters Annette, Collette, and Danielle. 1 ...
Tramp is the titular male protagonist ofDisney's 1955 animated film, Lady and the Tramp, and the tritagonist of the 2001 sequel, Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure. He is a stray mutt who falls in love with a Cocker Spaniel named Lady and they embark on many adventures together. 1 Background 1.1 Development 1.2 Personality 1.3 Physical appearance 2 Appearances 2.1 Lady and the Tramp 2.2 ...
Lady and the Tramp is a 1955 American animated musical romance film produced by Walt Disney and released by Buena Vista Film Distribution.The 15th Disney animated feature film, it was directed by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, and Hamilton Luske, and features the voices of Barbara Luddy, Larry Roberts, Bill Thompson, Bill Baucom, Verna Felton, and Peggy Lee.
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One evening in 1937, storyman Joe Grant invited Walt over to his house for dinner and while they ate, he showed him a drawing he'd made of his pet springer spaniel, who was also named Lady. Walt loved the drawing and suggested that Joe make a storyboard out of it. So, Joe Grantput together a pitch for a new animated film, simply titled "Lady". This film was about a dog whose perfect life became threatened when her owner's aunt and her two cats came to stay at her house, due to the fact that t...
Lady is rather demure and naive but makes a good friend to those who know her and is very faithful to her family. She is not completely helpless it is shown that she can be brave and protective. She was not afraid of the rat and would chase it away from her home and she took on the responsibility to protect the baby. By the sequel, she has become less naive and more motherly and responsible due to being a mother.
Lady is an American Cocker Spaniel with dark brown colored ears and brown eyes (which she passes down to her children). Most of her body is beige, with a tan muzzle and belly. Her tail is docked, as it is unnaturally short for her breed. As an adult, she wears a light blue collar with a diamond-shaped license.
Lady, as a young puppy, was given to Darling as a Christmas present from Jim Dear. She is named Lady due to her good manners and ladylike personality. When Lady is six months old, she is given a beautiful blue-collar and a license. She has a family and is friends with two neighboring dogs, Jock and Trusty. One day, Lady is saddened because Jim Dear and Darling have been treating her coldly. After talking with Jock and Trusty, she learns that Darling is going to be having a baby. The Tramp, a...
In the sequel, Lady and Tramp are portrayed as loving parents, caring for four puppies, notably more developed since the Christmas spent together at the end of the first film. Their daughters—Annette, Collette, and Danielle—are quite spoiled and snooty, while their son, Scamp, is portrayed as somewhat of a rebel and trouble-maker, wanting to live a life similar to that of his father's past. Scamp's behavior causes tension for both Lady and Tramp, and the growing disconnect prompts their son t...
Lady along with the Tramp make cameo appearances out in the street during the Twilight Bark sequence of One Hundred and One Dalmatians. Lady and Tramp make cameo appearances at the end "This is Your Life, Donald Duck". Lady and the Tramp make a cameo appearance in the Bonkers episode "CasaBonkers". They are briefly seen eating spaghetti together at the Rubber Room. Lady has made a few non-speaking cameos on House of Mouse, always seen alongside the Tramp. In Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed...
Lady, portrayed by Catherine Bogdanova, makes a cameo in human form, in the Season 4 episode "The Apprentice" as a customer of the Italian restaurant where Emma Swan and Captain Hook share a romantic dinner. Lady shares the famous spaghetti kiss with Tramp, himself in human form. Knowing that other animals like Jiminy Cricket and Gus are transformed into humans by the Evil Queen's curse, it was plausibly effective also for Lady.
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Lady appears in the 2019 film remake, voiced by Tessa Thompson. Lady is introduced where Jim Dear gives his wife a puppy for Christmas in order to keep his family company. The next day, Lady grows up into an adult dog where she explores the world around her where she makes friends with her family's neighbor's dogs, Trusty and Jacqueline. One day during Darling's birthday party, she receives a large pottery jar from Aunt Sarah, Lady jumps on Sarah and Darling's laps, infuriating Darling as she...
During the "So Close" sequence in World of Color, Lady makes a cameo having dinner with the Tramp.
In Disney's Pop Century Resort, a statue of Lady can be found in the 1950's section of the resort, along with a statue of the Tramp. In Fantasmic!, a clip of Lady can be spotted during the bubble montage in the Disney's Hollywood Studiosversion of the show. At the Magic Kingdom restaurant Tony's Town Square Restaurant, Lady can be found in decor. Also in the Magic Kingdom, both Lady and Tramp briefly appear in Once Upon a Time, during Mrs. Potts' narration. During the Epcot Flower and Garden...Like Duchess in The Aristocats, Lady marries a street smart individual at the end of her story. The contrast is all of the puppies were born to both Lady herself and Tramp while Thomas O'Malleybeca...Some of her whimpering (as a puppy) would later be reused for Young Yeller at one point in Old Yeller and the Dalmatian Puppies from One Hundred and One Dalmatiansduring the climax.In an early version of the film, Lady was much more developed as a character and instead of Tramp, Lady was going to be the one to kill the rat in the climax.In one of the movie covers for Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure, her collar is red instead of blue like Tramp.