Lady and the Tramp (1955)

 

Director: Clyde Geronomi, Wilfred Jackson & Hamilton Luske
Writer: Ward Greene

I had no recollection of this at all. Going in that was a good experience. The dogs were all so adorable, especially as puppies and I loved how they talked like where the breed was from. Especially liked Old Trusty and Jacques, a great duo. However, I was not that enamored by the story, it was oh so simple and oh so typical. It was touching and heartfelt, but I didn’t feel it this time. The animation was nice and I don’t think there was anything I necessarily disliked, there just wasn’t enough there to win me over really. Still a Disney Classic of course.

**1/2 – Average

Adam Kuhn

Adam Kuhn was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, where he attended Saint Charles Preparatory School. He studied History at the University of Cincinnati, where he was a contributor of The News Record, the twice-weekly, independent student news organization. He has been writing film reviews and blogging since 2009.

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