Lady and the Tramp

LaserDisc info
Title: Lady and the Tramp
Original Title: Lady and the Tramp
IMDb / Disneyinfo:   
Country: United States United States
Reference: 14673 CS
Type: CAV
Category: Animation
Serie: Collector's Edition, Walt Disney's Masterpiece
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Year: 1955
Release Date: 16-09-1998
UPC: 786936080919
ISBN: None
Catalog Number: 14673-1
Price: 49.99 USD
Manufactured By: Kuraray
Production: Walt Disney Animation Studios, Walt Disney Productions
Distribution: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Length: 75 Minutes
Aspect Ratio: 2.50:1
Sides: 3
Chapter(s): 25
Size: 12 inch
Obi: No
Dolby Surround: English
Mono: English
Subtitles: None
Closed-Caption: Closed-Caption for the hearing impaired  English
Mint Marks Sample: 14673CS-A04-K 2S520365
14673CS-B08-K 2P530367
14673CS-C09-K 2L560467
DDENG-5-B70-K 2W560471
Original Other
Peggy Lee - Darling / Si / Am / Peg (voice)
Larry Roberts - Tramp (voice)
Bill Baucom - Trusty (voice)
Verna Felton - Aunt Sarah (voice)
George Givot - Tony (voice)
Stan Freberg - Beaver (voice) (as Stan Freeberg)
Lee Millar - Jim Dear / Dog Catcher (voice)
Barbara Luddy - Lady (voice)
Bill Thompson - Jock / Bull - the Bull Terrier / Policeman at Zoo / Dachsie / Joe / Jim's Friend (voice)
Dal McKennon - Toughy / Professor / Pedro / Hyena (voice) (as Dallas McKennon)
Alan Reed - Boris (voice)
The Mellowmen Quartet - Dogs (singing voice) (as The Mello Men)
Mel Blanc - Stray Dogs (uncredited)
Taylor Holmes - Jim's Friend #2 / Doctor (uncredited)
Extra Info
• Contains "Peggy Lee" in rare behind the scenes bonus footage showing "The Siamese Cat Song" recording
• Although the back of the jacket says: LADY AND THE TRAMP is presented in it's original CinemaScope aspect ratio of 2:35.1, it is actually cropped from it's actual CinemaScope aspect ratio of 2:50.1
• This laserdisc never had an official recall, but it was missing some lyrics in the music and dialog of Aunt Sarah singing Rock-a-Bye Baby. When it was originally released, there was a replacement program where you could send in your laserdisc and get it replaced with a new laserdisc that had the sound corrected. However, most of the discs I have seen today still have the defective soundtrack, very few people replaced them