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Lady and the Tramp (Blu-ray)

Featuring: Peggy Lee, Barbara Luddy & Larry Roberts

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: Universal Suitable for All

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  disney does it again

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disney really must be applauded for the attention to detail that it puts into the restoration and presentation of its flagship features, another flawless example.

  Disney Classic No. 15.

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Growing up this was one of my favourite films despite being made 37 years before I was born. It follows a Cocker Spaniel named Lady, with her well off and very loving family of Darling and Jim Dear, but when it's announced the there is a baby on the way, things start going wrong for Lady. This is, in my opinion, Disney's best Classic and one of Disney's best films to date still. Including one of the most memorable scene's in cinema history with the dinner, this is the one finest Disney moments ever, coupled with one of the best restorations onto blu-ray I've seen it's really hard to believe this film is as old as it is. Amazing sound quality and the picture and colours on this blu-ray are beautiful. Lady and the Tramp on blu-ray is just a must buy for anyone with a blu-ray player really, no matter how old you are.

  The Best Disney HD Restoration that I have seen

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Lady a full Bred Cocker Spaniel is part of a well to do owners of Jim Dear and Darling who when it is announced that Darling is expecting a baby, things change for the worst for Lady . It is when cat loving Aunt Sarah comes to babysit that Lady is thrown to the streets only to be rescued from a gang of fighting dogs by a loveable heart of gold Mutt called Tramp. Capture one of the finest Disney moments on the blu-ray cover of Romance Love Friendship when two dogs from the complete opposite side of the track have candlelit dinner to the sound of Belle Notte.Now to the superb part. This has to be in my humble opinion one if not the finest Disney Restoration onto blu-ray that I have seen. It is so very hard to believe this was made approximately 50 years ago when the picture in High Definition looks like a fantastic modern day release (I kid you not)....The colours are breathtaking the clarity even more and shot in 2:55:1 cinemascope aspect ratio only adds to the quality of the print. As for the sound it too does this blu-ray disc great service in DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 surround track. An Absolute must have Disney release you'll be amazed at the quality...Very Very Highly Recommended.