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9/24/2018 by Dave KehrThe quintessential American love story -- the one between the spoiled heiress and the spontaneous, fun-loving guy from the wrong side of the tracks -- has seldom been more elegantly and entertainingly told.
9/1/2008Walt Disney has for so long parlayed gooey sentiment and stark horror into profitable cartoons that most moviegoers are apt to be more surprised than disappointed to discover that the combination somehow does not work this time.
6/2/2008 by Variety StaffThe wider canvas and extra detail work reportedly meant an additional 30% in negative cost. It was a sound investment.
6/24/2006 by Geoff AndrewHappily the cameo lowlife, an excellent manic beaver, the famously villainous Siamese, and classic songs rescue the film from dumb animal sentiment.
New York Times
3/25/2006 by Bosley CrowtherThe sentimentality is mighty, and the use of the CinemaScope size does not make for any less awareness of the thickness of the goo.
The Blu Spot
3/1/2018 by Jeff BeckWhile Lady and the Tramp may not rank as one of Disney's greatest animated works, it still makes for a charming experience thanks to its memorable and entertaining characters, gorgeous animation, and a beautiful score.
Spirituality and Practice
1/23/2018 by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat50th anniversary edition of the class story of two very different dogs who fall in love.
9/8/2013 by Glenn DunksThis tale (oh hah hah!) of two canines in love has withstood the test of time to remain a family classic.
4/22/2012 by Michelle AlexandriaI liked this movie a lot, the Blu-ray does it justice, but the extras while full featured - are from the DVD, which always feels a bit "lazy" to me when they don't produce, new material specifically for Blu-ray.
4/22/2012 by Michelle AlexandriaI just love hand drawn animation, it really brings to life all the characters in a very expressive way. The imperfections doing it by hand give everything a rougher edge but more heart.
Film Freak Central
3/20/2012 by Bill ChambersHandsomely, seductively drawn, Lady and the Tramp owns its place in the canon...
2/17/2012 by Chris CabinThe release of Lady and the Tramp on Blu-ray is proof positive that the visual joys of the films of Disney's salad days will always outweigh the thinness of their narratives, even at their most bland.
Q Network Film Desk
2/13/2012 by James Kendrickin many ways it is closer to the man Walt Disney's view of the world than any of his preceding films, especially the way it is filtered largely through his sense of nostalgia for the Victorian era
2/12/2012 by R.L. ShafferA somewhat dry, but very good Disney animated effort punctuated by a few Disney-defining classic moments.
2/10/2012 by Jolene MendezShare the love of "Lady and the Tramp" with your loved ones this Valentine's Day.
1/31/2012 by James PlathA wonderful blend of timeless romance, wholesome adventure, and breathtaking animation.
Common Sense Media
12/25/2010 by Nell MinowClassic Disney dogs paw their way into hearts.
Antagony & Ecstasy
11/12/2009 by Tim BraytonEasily the most beautifully-animated piece to come out of the Disney Studios since the Golden Age ended.
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