"Lady and the Tramp" February 3-16, 2012 at the El Capitan Theatre
Hollywood’s legendary El Capitan Theatre is thrilled to present Walt Disney’s animated classic “Lady and the Tramp” along with Disney’s all-new short, “Puppy Love” February 3-16 2012, it was announced today by Lylle Breier, senior vice president of worldwide special events for Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. This special engagement is exclusively at the El Capitan Theatre and features a special live appearance by Mickey Mouse at every showing. Guests can also take home the beloved classic with the first time on Diamond Edition Blu-Ray combo pack available for pre-order February 7th.
Daily showtimes are 10:45am, 1:50pm, 4:25pm and 7:00pm. Tickets are on sale now, and available at the El Capitan Theatre (6838 Hollywood Blvd.), purchase them online at www.elcapitantickets.com, or by calling 1-800-DISNEY6. Special group rates for parties of 20 or more are available by calling 1-818-845-3110. Showtimes subject to change.
In honor of Valentines Day El Capitan Guests can “Celebrate your Valentine” with a candlelit dinner before the movie February 10-14 at Disney’s Soda Fountain & Studio Store. Seating is limited and reservations are required.
Plus, on Saturdays and Sundays, El Capitan guests may also enjoy a character breakfast with Mickey Mouse at Disney’s Soda Fountain & Studio Store, and then see the 10 a.m. showing of the movie! Seating is limited and reservations are required.
Commenting on the announcement, Lylle Breier, senior vice president, worldwide special events for Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, said, “ ‘Lady and the Tramp' is filled with memorable music and purebred fun. We can’t think of a better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than here at the El Capitan with one of the most romantic films of all time.”
“Lady and the Tramp,” originally released in June, 1955, was the first Disney animated feature to be filmed in CinemaScope. Directed by Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi, and Wilfred Jackson, the film follows the adventures of a young cocker spaniel from a respectable house, and her romantic escapades with Tramp, a devil-may-care mutt from the wrong side of the railroad tracks. Lady’s comfortable life with her human family undergoes some dramatic changes with the arrival of newborn baby, and she turns to Tramp for support. Together they have several memorable outings including a romantic moonlit spaghetti dinner at Tony’s, but things go seriously awry when Lady ends up being thrown in the dog pound.
Tramp ultimately redeems himself by saving the baby from a rat and thereby wins Lady’s love and the affection of her human family. The film features several enchanting songs by Peggy Lee (who voices the conniving Siamese cats, Si and Am, as well as the characters Darling and Peg) and Sonny Burke – including “Bella Notte,” “He’s a Tramp” and “The Siamese Cat Song.”
-- Posted February 8, 2012