Audiences were introduced to Lady and the Tramp 1955. Lady and the Tramp has to be one of the most beloved and iconic of Disney films. The infamous spaghetti scene is still a favorite today as it was in 1955. The Disney classic follows a pampered cocker spaniel named Lady whose comfortable life slips away once her owners have a baby. When, after some tough circumstances, Lady finds herself loose and on the street. It is on the streets that Lady is befriended and protected by the tough stray mutt Tramp. Like the saying goes, opposites attract and thus a romance is born.
What is great is the look and feel of this classic. Long before CGI, animators had to painstakingly had to color each cel by hand. It is beautiful in this digital release. Lady and the Tramp was the 15th animated theatrical release by Disney and AFI named Lady and the Tramp one of the top 100 Greatest Love Stories of All Time. Lady and the Tramp is a true animation masterpiece and deserves to be either on your shelf or you digital collection.
Lady and the Tramp will be available on Digital and on Movie Anywhere Feb. 20 and on Blu-ray on Feb. 27. Be sure to preorder yours today.
The Walt Disney Signature Collection edition offers three exciting ways to watch “Lady and the Tramp”—the original theatrical version, sing-along mode and Walt’s story meetings—both Digitally and via the Multi-screen Edition (formerly the Blu-ray Combo Pack). The Multi-screen Edition includes Blu-ray, DVD and a Digital copy, giving in-home consumers the flexibility to watch the film on different devices. In addition to classic bonus features, all-new extras invite viewers to enter Walt Disney’s original office suite on the Studio lot, discover Walt’s personal passion for pups, and receive a celebrity-hosted spaghetti and meatballs cooking lesson.