Lady and the Tramp

The love story between a pampered Cocker Spaniel named Lady and a streetwise mongrel named Tramp. Lady finds herself out on the street after her owners have a baby and is saved from a pack by Tramp, who tries to show her to live her life footloose and collar-free.

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Film Cast:

  • Lady (voice): Tessa Thompson
  • Tramp (voice): Justin Theroux
  • Darling: Kiersey Clemons
  • Jim Dear: Thomas Mann
  • Jock (voice): Ashley Jensen
  • Bull (voice): Benedict Wong
  • Peg (voice): Janelle Monáe
  • Aunt Sarah: Yvette Nicole Brown
  • Joe: Arturo Castro
  • Elliott: Adrian Martinez
  • Trusty (voice): Sam Elliott
  • Doctor: Ken Jeong
  • Isaac (voice): Clancy Brown
  • Devon (voice): Nate “Rocket” Wonder
  • Pet Shop Owner: Parvesh Cheena
  • Tony: F. Murray Abraham
  • Foreman: Curtis Lyons
  • Jock’s Owner: Kate Kneeland
  • Trusty’s Owner: Darryl W. Handy
  • Chance (voice): James Bentley
  • Rex (voix): Roman GianArthur Irvin

Film Crew:

  • Costume Design: Colleen Atwood
  • Production Design: John Myhre
  • Director of Photography: Enrique Chediak
  • Makeup Department Head: Leo Corey Castellano
  • Writer: Andrew Bujalski
  • Art Direction: Elliott Glick
  • Original Music Composer: Joseph Trapanese
  • Director: Charlie Bean
  • Executive Producer: Diane L. Sabatini
  • Hair Department Head: Miia Kovero
  • Producer: Brigham Taylor
  • Costume Design: Timothy A. Wonsik
  • Sound Mixer: Jonathan Gaynor
  • Screenplay: Kari Granlund
  • Producer: Jessica Virtue
  • Producer: Chaz Salembier
  • Visual Effects: Joe Howes

Movie Reviews:

  • r96sk: Needless? Yes. Enjoyable? Also, yes.

    I’m not entirely sure ‘Lady and the Tramp’ was a film that needed remaking but here we are. This 2019 production is solid. I like the way it is shot and brought to life. It’s rewritten in a few parts, to mostly positive effect – though the original film is still, by a fair distance, best.

    I wouldn’t say the cast are anything exceptional but they do what’s needed. Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux give good performances as Lady and Tramp respectively, while Adrian Martinez’s Elliot is probably the character I’ll remember most – away from the two dogs, of course. Janelle Monáe, Sam Elliott and Yvette Nicole Brown are decent too; even if it is difficult to picture the latter as a baddie.

    They get rid of the “The Siamese Cat Song”, though the replacement tune is actually fairly good. The other songs, like “La La Lu”, remain but are obviously tinkered. The run time is longer, which I don’t think was nessacary but they fill it well enough.

    Solid attempt.

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