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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Lady And The Tramp Diamond Edition Hits Shelves! {Review}

Always a fan of classic Disney films, I was thrilled to find out Lady and the Tramp was being released on DVD & Blu-Ray. This is one of those movies I grew up with and was very fond of. In fact, I remember going to Disney World when I was 12 years old and going on a mad hunt to find a stuffed Lady and Tramp in the shops there. {Yes, I found them.}

Now that I'm a mom to 3 kiddos, though, films like Lady and the Tramp are easy and natural additions to our DVD collection. I not only want them to enjoy it the way I did years ago, but I also want to watch it with them. And let me tell you, there's nothing like seeing a classic film remastered. The picture is crystal clear.

We received the Diamond Edition of Lady and the Tramp just the other day and my little ones were so excited. I put it in for them to watch and they were asking to watch it again as soon as it was over. Things like that put a smile on my face as I know they enjoy the magic of Disney films as much as I do.

Lady and the Tramp just hit store shelves yesterday so you can buy it to enjoy with your own family!

Here is some information from the press release for ya!


Synopsis: A classic love story unfolds in the best Disney tradition as a lovely young pedigreed 
cocker spaniel named Lady, who lives a pampered life, finds herself falling romantically 
for Tramp, an amorous street-smart pooch without prospects. Although they have fun 
together on several dates, including a sentimental spaghetti dinner by moonlight at 
Tony’s restaurant, their relationship is strained not only by Lady’s loyalty to her human 
family and their newborn baby, but by Tramp’s devil-may-care attitude that eventually 
gets Lady in trouble and tossed into the dog pound. However, good-hearted Tramp 
redeems himself by saving the baby from potential harm and thus wins Lady’s love and 
the affection of her human family. 

Share this timeless Disney Classic with your family as Walt Disney’s beloved classic, 
Lady and the Tramp, finally releases from the Disney Vault for the first time ever on 
Blu-ray. This heartwarming tale now charms a new generation of families and fans 
with its exquisite animation and unforgettable songs in one of the greatest love stories 
of all time.  Featuring high definition sound and immersive bonus features your family 
can enjoy together, Lady and the Tramp Diamond Edition is a must own addition to 
your Disney collection.   

Voice Talent:  Barbara Luddy (Sleeping Beauty, 101 Dalmatians) as Lady 
Larry Roberts (Theatre background with Circle Theatre in Los Angeles) as Tramp 
Peggy Lee (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, American Beauty) as Darling, Si, Am 
& Peg 
Bill Thompson (Peter Pan, Alice In Wonderland) as Jock, Joe, Bulldog, Dachsie & the 
Bill Baucom (TV’s “The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp,” Judge Roy Bean) as Trusty 
Stan Freberg (Stuart Little, Looney Tunes: Back In Action) as Beaver 
Lee Millar (TV’s “I Love Lucy,” The George and Gracie Allen Show) as Jim Dear & the 

Producer:   Walt Disney  

Directors:  Clyde Geronimi (Alice In Wonderland, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty) 
Wilfred Jackson (Snow White, Pinocchio, Dumbo) 
Hamilton Luske (Alice In Wonderland, Cinderella, Pinocchio) 

Blu-ray Bonus:  Disney Second Screen: Inside Walt’s Story Meetings* 
Audio Commentary: Inside Walt’s Story Meetings 
Diane Disney Miller: Remembering Dad 
Three Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scenes 
Never Recorded Song: “I’m Free as the Breeze” 
Classic DVD Bonus: 
 Lady’s Pedigree: The Making of Lady and the Tramp 
 Finding Lady: The Art of the Storyboard 
 Original 1943 Storyboard Version of the Film 
 PuppyPedia: Going to the Dogs 
 “The Siamese Cat Song,” Finding a Voice for the Cats 
 “Bella Notte” Music Video 
 Excerpts from “Disneyland” TV Shows 

DVD Bonus:  Diane Disney Miller: Remembering Dad 
PuppyPedia: Going to the Dogs 

Digital Bonus:  Diane Disney Miller: Remembering Dad 
Three Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scenes 
PuppyPedia: Going to the Dogs 

Street Dates:  Blu-ray, High Definition & Standard Definition Digital = February 7, 2012  
 (Direct Prebook: 12/13/11; Distributor Prebook: 12/27/11) 

Rated:  G  (bonus materials not rated) 

Feature Run Time: Approximately 76 minutes 

Suggested Retail Prices 3-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy) = $44.99 U.S./$51.99 Canada 
and Product 2-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray + DVD) = $39.99 U.S./$46.99 Canada 
Configurations: High Definition Digital = $39.99 U.S./$46.99 Canada 
 Standard Digital = $29.99 U.S./$35.99 Canada 

Aspect Ratio:  2.55:1  

Sound: Blu-ray Feature Film – 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio  
DVD Feature Film – 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix 

Languages:  English, French and Spanish 

Subtitles: English SDH, French and Spanish 
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*This feature may not be available in all territories.  
© 2011 Disney 

And just for fun, here's a video to sing along to. :)

**I received a Diamond Edition DVD for this review from a PR firm in relation to Disney Productions. Beyond the review item, I received no compensation for this post. This is my opinion and other opinions may vary.



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