Peggy Lee (famous for the song Fever) not only wrote most of the songs in the film, but also voiced the characters Peg the dog, Darling and the two siamese cats. See more...
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Continuity: When Jim Dear is at the kitchen table reading his torn morning paper, he reaches through the front page to grab his cup of coffee from a plate. But in the next shot where Lady is at his feet wagging her tail in anticipation for some coffee, a piece of toast and butter knife suddenly appear from nowhere among the other items on the table.
Continuity: When Trusty is having a dream on his porch, a striped caterpillar makes his way down from a potted plant on the front door's right side. So Trusty - still asleep - sniffs his way along the porch's floorboards where the caterpillar falls between a crack. Suddenly he wakes up to see Lady and Jock waiting at the staircase. In the next shot he's asking which way the caterpillar went, but if you look at the plant behind him you can see how it's now placed on the door's left side instead.
Continuity: The screen doors on the Darlings' front doors appear and disappear between scenes. Also, with double doors, one door is bolted shut with top and bottom latches most of the time ("inactive") with the other door being the "active" door that is opened and closed when coming or going. However, throughout the film characters open either door, which would be impossible to do without interfering with the lock mechanism, the door stop mouldings, etc. and damaging the doors' edges.
Continuity: When Lady and Tramp are walking through the zoo trying to find something that will remove her muzzle, they approach an alligator's cage to see if he'll help out. Lady and Tramp are standing in between a couple of steel bars at first, but in the next shot a bar appears between them instead.