In celebration of the film's 50th anniversary, we're giving away some fantastic prizes from Lady and the Tramp! Here's what we're giving away...
GRAND PRIZE WINNER:
- 1 Large Plushie
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- 1 Lady and the Tramp DVD
FIRST PRIZES WINNERS:
- 1 Small Lady Plushie
- 1 Small Tramp Plushie
- 1 Lady and the Tramp DVD
- 1 Lady and the Tramp DVD
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Walt Disney's beloved classic, LADY AND THE TRAMP, finally releases from the Disney Vault in a 2-DISC SPECIAL EDITION on February 28, 2006 from Walt Disney Home Entertainment. The song-filled adventure about Lady, a lovingly pampered cocker spaniel, and Tramp, a roguish mutt from across the tracks, will now be available with an all-new digital restoration with enhanced picture and sound. Celebrating its 50 th anniversary and beloved by generations, this timeless gem is recognized by audiences and critics alike as one of Walt's most delightful and captivating animated masterpieces. The Special Edition is an all-new viewing experience with something for everyone. Included are never-before-seen deleted scenes, a newly discovered alternate, original storyboard version of the film; "Finding Lady: The Art of Storyboards;" "Lady's Pedigree: The Making of ‘Lady and The Tramp' with rare footage of Walt; virtual board game, virtual DVD-Rom adopt your own puppy feature, and MUCH more.
Lady and the Tramp is an iconic Disney classic. The heartwarming "spaghetti scene" with Tramp and Lady is one of the most famous romantic moments in film history. The memorable music of "Bella Note," "He's A Tramp," "The Siamese Cat Song" are songs of Hollywood legend. Lady, Tramp, Trusty, Jock and all the other dogs make up one of the most irresistible canine casts ever, and fifty years later, dogs and their celebrity human companions are in vogue once again. This is the animated masterpiece that demanded a Special Edition! Lady and the Tramp SPECIAL PLATINUM EDITION is available in both widescreen and fullscreen versions, on 2-Disc DVD for $29.99 (SRP).
NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN DELETED SCENES
"Turning the Tables" A story reel presentation of a deleted scene where Tramp describes what it would be like if the tables were turned and dogs were the masters and people their pets.
"The Arrival of the Baby" A story reel presentation of an alternate version of the preparations for the arrival of the baby includes dialogue and a verse of the song "La La Lu" not heard in the final film.
MUSIC AND MORE
"The Siamese Cat Song": Finding A Voice For the Cats Here is a rare, recently discovered recording of the Siamese Cat Song performed by two male singers, before the decision to have Peggy Lee provide the voices of the cats was determined. This featurette is presented with a montage of concepts for the 2 cats.
GAMES AND ACTIVITIES
Disney Dogs Trivia: A Virtual Board Game Test your knowledge of Disney dogs in this fun for the family set top trivia game. Up to 4 teams can play against each other. Be the first to get 8 ribbons and win.
Puppypedia: Going To The Dogs Learn all about the history of dogs with funnyman Fred Willard.
Disney's Virtual Puppy (DVD Rom) Adopt your very own virtual puppy straight from the Main Street Pet Shop! Choose a puppy version of Lady, Tramp, Jock or other dogs from the film, complete with their own printable adoption and biography papers. Play with your puppy using a variety of puppy toys, feed it food and treats, even teach it tricks. The more tricks your puppy learns, the more tricks you will unlock. Teach it all the tricks and you'll receive a special printable certificate congratulating you and your perfect pup.
Your Inner Bark: Personality Profile
Lady's Pedigree: The Making Of Lady And The Tramp Here is a behind-the-scenes look at this iconic masterpiece. This entertaining featurette includes a glimpse of Walt's hometown. In rare footage from the Disney archives, Walt tours the smalfilm's creation.
Finding Lady: The Art Of Storyboards Look inside the storyboard process, and explore Walt's ingenious contributions to the development of this unique filmmaking tool.
Original 1943 Storyboard Version Of The Film A unique presentation of the never-before-seen, recently discovered original 1943 storyboards for the film. This exciting and unique bonus feature takes you back in time over 50 years, to the Disney Studio during its creative "golden age" of animation, where you'll see storyboards that reveal the Studio's first conceptbecome the unforgettable classic, Lady and the Tramp.
Excerpts From The "Disneyland" TV Shows Introduction to the TV excerpts
"The Story of Dogs" (Excerpt)
Promotional Trailer for "The Story of Dogs"
Cavalcade of Song" (Excerpt)
1955 - Original Theatrical Release
1972 - Theatrical Re-Issue
1986 - Theatrical Re-Issue
Lady And The Tramp Galleries
Still frame galleries of production art, posters and more
Walt Disney's beloved classic, filled with memorable music and purebred fun, now shines like never before with an all-new digital restoration! Embark on a thrilling adventure with the most unforgettable characters: Lady, a lovingly pampered cocker spaniel; Tramp, a mutt from across the tracks with a heart of gold; Jock and Trusty, Lady's best friends; and Si and Am, two of the most devious cats to prowl across the screen. The happiest of endings takes place on a lovely bella notte as Lady learns what it means to be footloose and leash-free.
Depicted entirely from a dog's point of view, Lady and the Tramp was the first Disney animated classic feature filmed in the Widescreen Cinemascope process. The extraordinary animation included work from many of Walt's fabled "nine old men" of animation, including Disney legends Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston.