Lady and the Tramp II - Scamp's Adventure (2001)
Front Cover Actor
Scott Wolf Scamp (speaking) (voice)
Alyssa Milano Angel (speaking) (voice)
Chazz Palminteri Buster (speaking) (voice)
Jeff Bennett Tramp/Jock the Scottish Terrier/Trusty/Dogcatcher (voice)
Jodi Benson Lady (segment "Pidge") (voice)
Bill Fagerbakke Mooch (Junkyard Dog) (voice)
Mickey Rooney Sparky (Junkyard Dog) (voice)
Bronson Pinchot Francois (Junkyard Dog) (voice)
Cathy Moriarty Ruby (Junkyard Dog) (voice)
Mary Kay Bergman Si (Siamese Cat) (voice)
Movie Details
Genre Animation; Drama; Family; Musical
Director Darrell Rooney; Jeannine Roussel
Producer Jeannine Roussel
Writer Bill Motz; Bob Roth
Studio Walt Disney Productions
Language English
Audience Rating G
Running Time 69 mins
Country USA
Color Color
Seeking the freedom to be a wild dog, the son of Lady and the Tramp runs away to join a gang of junkyard dogs.

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
Personal Details
Seen It Yes
Index 50
In Collection Yes
Links IMDB
Product Details
Format DVD
Region Region 1
Screen Ratio 1.85 (16:9) Letterboxed
Layers Single side, Dual layer
UPC 786936140491
Release Date 2004
Subtitles English
Standard Features "The Making of..." Documentary
Interactive Game
Interactive Menus
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
DTS 5.1 - English
Stereo - French
Stereo - Spanish
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1
Extra Features
3 Classic Disney Cartoons Featuring Pluto