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Lady and the Tramp DVD 1955 Susi és Tekergő / Directed by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske / Starring: Barbara Luddy, Larry Roberts, Bill Thompson, Dallas McKennon, Bill Baucom, Verna Felton, Peggy Lee

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Lady and the Tramp DVD 1955 Susi és Tekergő / Directed by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske / Starring: Barbara Luddy, Larry Roberts, Bill Thompson, Dallas McKennon, Bill Baucom, Verna Felton, Peggy Lee

UPC 5996255737172



AUDIO: English 5.1, Hungarian 5.1

SUBTITLES: English, Hungarian, English HOH

Runtime: 73 minutes


English Summary:

Lady and the Tramp is a 1955 American animated musical romance film produced by Walt Disney and released by Buena Vista Distribution. It was the first animated film distributed by the company. The 15th Disney animated feature film, it was the first animated feature filmed in the CinemaScope widescreen film process.

On Christmas evening in the year 1909, in a quaint town, Jim Dear gives his wife Darling a Spanish cocker spaniel puppy named Lady. Lady enjoys a joyful life with the couple and befriends two local neighborhood dogs, a Scottish terrier named Jock, and a bloodhound named Trusty. Meanwhile, across town, a stray mutt named Tramp lives on his own, dining on scraps from Tony's Italian restaurant and protecting his fellow strays Peg (a Pekingese) and Bull (a bulldog) from the local dogcatcher. One day, Lady is upset after her owners begin treating her rather coldly. Jock and Trusty visit her and determine that their change in behavior is due to Darling expecting a baby. While Jock and Trusty try to explain what a baby is, Tramp interrupts the conversation and offers his own thoughts on the matter, making Jock and Trusty take an immediate dislike to the stray and order him out of the yard. As Tramp leaves, he reminds Lady that "when a baby moves in, a dog moves out."


Hungarian Summary:

Tekergő bohém kedvű, vidám kóbor eb, Susi pedig törzskönyvezett, szép és elkényeztetett kutyus. Bár kutyavilágok választják el őket egymástól, amikor a hölgy bajba keveredik, természetesen Tekergő az egyetlen, aki hajlandó vásárra vinni érte a (kutya)bőrét. Úgy látszik az ellentétek a kutyák között is vonzzák egymást.


Cast / Szereplők:

  • Barbara Luddy as Lady, an American Cocker Spaniel, and the love interest of Tramp.
  • Larry Roberts as Tramp, a Schnauzer mix of apparent Terrier ancestry, with a knack for dodging dog-catchers. He calls Lady "Pidge", short for Pigeon, which he calls her due to her naivety. He never refers to himself by name, although most of the film's canine cast refer to him as the Tramp. It is not until the sequel in which any humans call him Tramp, and it is never explained why they "name" him with the very name he was known by on the streets. Tramp had other names in the film, and when asked by Lady about having a family, Tramp states that he has, "One for every day of the week. Point is, none of them have me." Each family mentioned called him a different name (such as Mike or Fritzi). The families also had different nationalities (such as Irish or German). As he did not belong to a single-family, Tramp implied that it was easier than the baby problems Lady was going through at the time.
  • Bill Thompson as Jock, a Scottish Terrier who is one of Lady's neighbors. Thompson also voiced Joe, Tony's assistant chef; Bull, a stray male bulldog from the dog pound who speaks with a slight Cockney accent; Dachsie, a stray male dachshund at the dog pound who speaks with a German accent; a policeman; and Jim's friend.
  • Bill Baucom as Trusty, a bloodhound who used to track criminals with his Grandpappy, Old Reliable, until he lost his sense of smell.
  • Verna Felton as Aunt Sarah, Jim Dear's aunt (revealed to be the sister of Jim Dear's mother in the Greene novelization of the film) who comes to take care of the baby when Jim Dear and Darling leave for a few days. She is a well-meaning busybody of a maiden aunt who adores her Siamese cats but does not believe that dogs should be around babies. She blames both Lady and Tramp for the baby's crib being knocked over, not knowing that they were actually protecting the baby from a vicious rat. However, she sends a box of dog biscuits for Christmas in the final scene of the film in a presumed attempt to make amends for her mistreatment of the two dogs.
  • George Givot as Tony, owner, and chef of Tony's Italian restaurant. He and Joe both have great affection for Tramp.
  • Lee Millar as Jim Dear, the fatherly human figure and Darling's husband. Millar also voiced the Dogcatcher.
  • Peggy Lee as Darling, the motherly human figure and Jim Dear's wife. Lee also voiced Si and Am, Aunt's Sarah's twin Siamese cats with a knack for mischief and never-ending trouble; and Peg, a stray female Pekingese whom Lady meets at the pound (along with the other dog inmates she was put in a cage with). The names of Si and Am are a pun on the country of Siam. It is implied that Peg had a relationship with Tramp in the past, through the lyrics of the song she sings (He's a Tramp). Peg was formerly from the "Dog and Pony Follies" (dog and pony show); either the show ended or she was left behind. Peg has a Brooklyn Accent.
  • Stan Freberg as the beaver, a clever, hard-working beaver at the zoo who speaks with a lisp. He gnaws off the muzzle that Aunt Sarah had placed upon Lady after Tramp realizes that the muzzle is just what the beaver needs for pulling logs. This character would later serve as the inspiration for Gopher from Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966), down to the speech pattern (a whistling sound when he makes the "S" sound). Stan Freberg, who voiced the beaver in the film, had an extensive background in commercial and comedy recording voice-overs and soundtracks. On the 2-Disc Platinum Edition DVD, he demonstrates how it was done and that a whistle was eventually used because it was hard to continue repeating the effect.
  • Alan Reed as Boris, a stray male Borzoi from the dog pound. He speaks with a Russian accent.
  • Thurl Ravenscroft as Al the alligator, an alligator that Tramp asks to remove the muzzle from Lady. However, he instead almost bites Lady's head off.
  • Dallas McKennon as Toughy, a stray male mutt from the dog pound. He speaks with a slight Brooklyn accent, like Peg. McKennon also voiced Pedro, a stray male Chihuahua from the dog pound who speaks with a Mexican accent; a professor, and a laughing hyena.
  • The Mellomen (Thurl Ravenscroft, Bill Lee, Max Smith, Bob Hamlin and Bob Stevens) as Dog Chorus


Directed by
  • Clyde Geronimi
  • Wilfred Jackson
  • Hamilton Luske
Produced by Walt Disney
Story by
  • Erdman Penner
  • Joe Rinaldi
  • Ralph Wright
  • Don DaGradi
Based on
"Happy Dan, The Cynical Dog"
  • Ward Greene
  • Barbara Luddy
  • Larry Roberts
  • Bill Thompson
  • Dallas McKennon
  • Bill Baucom
  • Verna Felton
  • Peggy Lee
Music by Oliver Wallace
Edited by Don Halliday
Walt Disney Productions
Distributed by Buena Vista Distribution
Release date
  • June 22, 1955
Running time
73 minutes
Country United States
Language English







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