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by Beth Rowen Lady and the Tramp (1955) Disney's canine caper-romance broke new ground for the studio on two fronts. It was its first CinemaScope… 153
The Writer and the Tramps
AN Ambitious Writer, distinguished for the condition of his linen, was travelling the high road to fame, when he met a Tramp.
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