Background information
Movies Lady and the Tramp

Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure

Short Films Unknown
Television Programs House of Mouse

Video Games Unknown
Voice Scott Wolf (speaking)

Roger Bart (singing)

Portrayed by Unknown
Character information
Other names Tenderfoot (referred to by Angel)

Whirlwind (referred to by the Tramp)

Sport, Champ, Kid, Scamperoo, Scampers, Scampster, Scampo, Scampski, Scampy, Scampadoodle, Scampalooza (referred to by Buster)

Personality Angry, immature, unselfish, stubborn, awkward, strict, determined, ambitious, outspoken, sensitive, ill-tempered, courageous, caring, mischievous yet good-hearted
Goal Unknown
Allies Angel, Jim Dear, Darling, Jim Jr., Lady, Tramp, Annette, Danielle and Collette, his brother Scooter (comics only), Jock, Trusty, Tony, Joe.
Enemies Si and Am, Buster, Reggie, The Dogcatcher, Aunt Sarah (sometimes)
Likes Fuffhousing, spaghetti, being angry, being wild and free (formerly), being messy (formerly), getting all muddy (formerly), chewing hats (formerly), burying bones, ripping up flower beds (formerly), his girlfriend, his family, his owners
Dislikes House rules (formerly), getting chained up in the yard, having soapy baths, cats (especially Si and Am), house dogs (formerly), living in the house (formerly), his collar (formerly), dog pound, 4th of July and holidays (formerly), his father reprimanding him, Buster (currently)
Quotes "Slick move!"

"This is everything I've ever dreamed of."

Scamp is a minor character in Disney's 1955 film Lady and the Tramp, and the protagonist of the 2001 sequel Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure. He is the only son of Lady and the Tramp, and later starred in his own comic strip and film. He is also the spitting image of his father.
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