When you think of Disney animation classics, Lady is the Tramp is right up there as one of the best and most iconic movies from the studio.

Lady And The Tramp

Lady And The Tramp

It is hard to believe that it was back in 1955 when Lady and the Tramp hit the big screen for the first time and has celebrated it sixtieth anniversary this year.

Lady and the Tramp has always been one of my personal favourite Disney movies as it is film that is packed with charm and a whole lot of heart.

The richly coloured animation looks as terrific now as it did back then and it is one of the Disney classics that has, looks wise, aged the best. I have always been a fan of the hand-drawn animation style and the movie just looks fantastic.

Lady and the Tramp was the fifteenth Disney animated film to hit the big screen in 1955 and it went on to be both a critical and commercial hit.

Lady and the Tramp is one of the Disney movies that I grew up watching and it holds as much joy for me now as it did twenty years ago.

Of course, the film is packed with the trademark songs - He's a Tramp being a particular favourite - but it is a movie that really does tug at the heartstrings.

This is a movie that is very much about love, friendship, family, and acceptance and there is real magic in every wonderful frame and moment of this glorious film.

Lady and the Tramp was one of Disney's greatest technical achievements and it is no wonder that the movie looks so good sixty year on... they didn't may a movie that looks as lovely as this 1955 classic does.

Lady and the Tramp is a movie that is packed with great characters, comedy, danger, great villains, and terrific dialogue and this is what has made the movie so enduring... did I mention that the film also looks great?

Disney have created some truly wonderful and memorable movies over the years and Lady and the Tramp really is up there as one of the best. The fact that the film is as loved today as it was sixty years ago is a testament to just how great a movie it is. I hope it is an animation film that continues to thrill audiences for the next sixty years.

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