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Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure [Import]

Scott Wolf , Alyssa Milano , Darrell Rooney , Jeannine Roussel    G (General Audience)   DVD
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One of the remarkable things about making an animated sequel is that actors don't age. It took Disney 46 years to make a sequel to its 1955 hit Lady and the Tramp, yet the events of this made-for-video sequel take place only six months later. Lady and Tramp are getting along fine with their human family, the Darlings, and they have four new puppies. The three girl puppies take after mom, the boy, Scamp, has a lot of dad in him. Scamp dreams of "being a real dog," and that means living on the street as a member of the Junkyard Dogs. Despite his dad's warnings, Scamp (voiced by Scott Wolf) runs off and goes through the trials of a mutt, including run-ins with Junkyard leader Buster (Chazz Palminteri); the dog catcher (Don Knotts); and a fellow stray, Angel (Alyssa Milano). The formula here is the same as other Disney direct-to-video sequels The Lion King and The Little Mermaid, and the justification to return to a classic movie is flimsy at best. To its credit, Disney has made a quality effort in the animation department, adapting sets and characters from the original with great success. But the story is never engaging, the songs are forgettable, and the impact unsustainable (and at 62 minutes, quite trite). Nevertheless, a Disney kid should dig Scamp's rough-and-tumble adventures and the cute tale of puppy love (Scamp and Angel even revisit the Italian diner). The purist: beware. --Doug Thomas

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1.0 out of 5 stars Bad Movie! Feb. 14 2004
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
I'm just going to say this movie lacks any wonder and beauty of the first Lady and the Tramp. Scamp oh SCAMP! The main caracter in this movie simply is just a puppy who just wants to be "Wild and Free" Pah! We all know how this kind of movie ends. Scamp realizes that life on the streets is'nt as good as a home with family. Gee suspenseful! Nothing made want to know what was going to happen next. Angel is a dog who wants a family. Vis Versa. Scamp and Angel both live together now in the nice house with a happy family. What a chesey ending! Alright enough about the pups, lets go to the parents. If you saw this movie first before the first Lady and the Tramp you only get the impression that Tramp and Lady are just parents who care for their pups. Tramp has no spirit left. In the first one Tramp was sly cunning and knew how to get out of trouble. He could run and jump high. Now he can't even jump over Scamp's doghouse wich is small, then Tramp says "Just using some 'frogotten mucsels' yes, he has frogot who he is, and he had settled down too much! Jock and Trusty are'nt as loveable as the used to be. In this movie everone is just soooo worried about Scamp. It is durnig the 4th of July around this time in this movie and did'nt wan't to celebrate please I'm with Aunt Sarah and just froget about him. Scamp messed up the movie. Oh and Aunt Sarah's Siamese cats had no lines in the movie! I mean those cats played a bid part in the first 1! I was kinda hoping Scamp would of stayed in the pound and got eaten by that big bulldog. I have changed about what I think of this now bad movie. Rent it don't buy it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Lady and the Trump are back! May 23 2003
Format:DVD
Once again, Disney has made a sequel to one of thier movies, and this time, we have Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure. The first movie had Belle Notte 3 times, but this movie only has it once. This movie is like Little Mermaid 2, Return to the Seas, where Ariel's daughter longed to live in the sea, and here Scamp longs to be a street dog instead of a house dog. I am giving this movie 4 stars because a couple of times, Scamp didn't do what he promsied or wanted to. Scamp hates the rules in the Darling's house, and not to mention having to take baths. As the movie opens, Tramp (Jeff Bennett), Lady (Jodie Bensen), and Jim Dear (Nick Jameson) are having trouble with Lady's and Tramp's son Scamp (Scott Wolf) and when makes a mess in the house, Jim Dear, chains Scamp to the dog house outside, whiich causes Scamp dreams of running away and becoming a street dog, but he doesn't know that his father was once a street dog. He runs away and meets a mean dog (Chazz Palminteri) and a street dog named Angel (Alyssa Milano). Other voices include Jim Cummings and the late Mary Kay Bergman.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not the greatest Jan. 3 2003
By A Customer
Format:DVD
The kids review:
The primary reason kids like this movie is not because it has taste but rather because the charachter design and animation principles are highly exagerated to make the movie and charachters charming in look and movement. It took months to finally get to this conclution but sadly this is the reason the modern audience loves this movie. The other reason is the simple problem solving techniques used by the charachters and his defiance of the previous generation make him VERY easy to identify with.
The audults' review:
This movie, by comparison is a real dud, it has very little emotion in the story and is generally tasteless. Animation is up to par but the story line is an insult to the original. Another one of the big losses is that scamp has no style in what he does and is always eceptionally cumbersome, this subtracts even further from this movie's rating. The movie also lacks any relevance to the real world.
The Sound:
I dont like the mixdown tastes of whoever mixed this movie, it is boring and sounds like a copy ready for "throw out" porposes. In other words it sounds like a recording of a tired orchestra. All in all it is very boring.
The Picture:
This as one might expect, this is next to perfect.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Scamp is the poor man's Scrappy Doo... May 13 2002
Format:DVD
And just as annoying. My 3 year old daughter loves this movie (mostly because she thinks she's a dog lately), but I just want to bury it in the backyard. Lady & the Tramp was Disney at it's finest, but this movie just felt 2nd tier the entire way through. The animation was dead-on, but the script, music, and voice talents were bland and uninteresting. If it weren't for the special features, and the fact that it keeps the kids quiet for 70 minutes, I'd only give it one star.
Bottom line is that it had little purpose besides dealing [with] how parents are boorish control freaks who set up a bunch of rules "for your own good", but only after children experience the hard-knock life for themselves can they ever accept any guidance or wisdom from their parents. The lessons in these movies are not lost on the kids...I caught my daughter soon after a couple of viewings telling me she doesn't want to take a bath because she's "a wild dog". She took the bath.
I guess there's a market for these halfhearted Disney classic "part 2" direct-to-video disasters, but it sure makes me appreciate efforts like "The Emperor's New Groove" and all of the Pixar movies that much more.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The product was not available and we were so excited that Amazon...
Our grandchildren loved the first one so much that they kept asking for the second one.
They loved it and that is all we ask for.
Published 9 months ago by Bernice Power
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Movie
This one, in my opinion is even better than the first movie. Its definately a must see movie for the entire family
Published 18 months ago by sonohra16
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect sequel
The sequel is the one i enjoyed the most out of all the sequel from Disney movies, Image quality is perfectly kept and respected, characters are entertaining and the story is at... Read more
Published on June 11 2012 by Alona
1.0 out of 5 stars Totally Not For The Christian!!!
I have seen this movie, and I must say that I'm extremely disappointed in it. First off, Tramp was just caring for his young pup, who DID break the rules of the home. Read more
Published on Oct. 3 2005
1.0 out of 5 stars Rehashed and Pathetic.
Take the original, turn it around a little, and you get this piece of trash.
It's sad that this is what Disney has bent to - taking successful films, and turning them into... Read more
Published on July 19 2004 by Kindle Customer
3.0 out of 5 stars Another reversal of the original.
Scamp, the only male pup of Lady and Tramp, is pretty much the bad seed of the litter. He is rebellious, and disrespectful of his father and owners. Read more
Published on June 29 2004 by Robin M Goffinet
1.0 out of 5 stars DTV
DTV : Abreviataion : Direct To Video.
1. DISNEY : An attempt at making money by producing a sequel to a prior sucess (I.E The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, etc. Read more
Published on June 25 2004 by T. Callahan
2.0 out of 5 stars no Peggy Lee, too much pop music = stepping over the line
I didn't think that Disney was going too far with its Disneys sequels until this one was made. Why? becuase it is the first film from Walt Disney's time to get sequel format. Read more
Published on May 3 2004
1.0 out of 5 stars Campbell's chicken noodle soup, in dirt flavor! YAY!
It's a piece of dirty gum! GOO-GOO GA-GA! Oh, mr. SUN, sun, mr golden sun, please blow up the piece of dirt! MOO!
Published on April 30 2004
4.0 out of 5 stars Not as bad as it seems...
To all you people who think Buster's such a bad guy, give him some credit, will ya?! Yeah, the movie wasn't the most eye catching, but why is it that dobermans are ALWAYS portrayed... Read more
Published on April 24 2004
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