Here we have another direct-to-video sequel of a Disney classic. Scamp’s Adventure centers on Lady and the Tramp’s only son, Scamp, who longs for freedom from house rules and desires to become a “wild dog”.
Adventure ensues, as the title suggests, with a happy ending for all. In case you’re wondering, Lady and the Tramp had four puppies, named Annette, Collette, Danielle and Scamp.
Let’s have a look at the lithographs released by The Disney Store to commemorate the release of this movie:
Both Sides of the Tracks
I vaguely remember this movie but do remember that I wasn’t particularly impressed. Most direct-to-video releases seemed to be rushed and merely produced to generate revenue, not memorable stories.
What is worth remembering is this beautiful folder:
Which Side Are You From?
This is a basic grass-is-always-greener story with dogs. I guess we could say that Scamp has a strong urge to piddle in someone else’s lawn!
Of course, there is a love element to the story, as seen in the recreation of the iconic spaghetti scene from the original classic:
The Plot in 4 Lithographs
My recommendation would be to skip this effort. But if you could pick up a set of these lithographs, that would be worthwhile!
Back of Presentation Folder
I also have a great set of Disney Store lithographs featuring the original cast of Lady and the Tramp. Definitely worth a sniff!