Wow! Kids are gonna love Lady And The Tramp II...and grown-up fans of the original will, too. The creators of the film worked hard to retain the charming voice and spirit of the 1955 classic. Here, Lady and The Tramp are happy at home with Jim Dear and Darling and their litter of pups. A splinter off the old bone, however, little Scamp is anxious for the open road, the wind in his tail, and foxtails in his fur. He runs away from home to experience life and gets himself into a peck of trouble. Scamp
The anamorphically enhanced and windowboxed 1.66:1 DVD exhibits an animated picture that will delight young viewers with its vivid animated colors. Images are sharp and detailed, with great dimension and
The 5.1-channel soundtracks on this DVD utilize dimension in a manner that is rather conservative, but nonetheless should offer an entertaining listening experience. The music has been nicely recorded, and is the primary multichannel element of the soundtrack, with occasional surround envelopment that is satisfying. At reference level the audio seems tonally balanced without re-equalization. Voices are presented with clarity, and the ADR-produced dialogue exhibits fair integration with the visuals. The low-end is respectable in general but is otherwise undistinguished. The DTS
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