Background information
Movies Lady and the Tramp

Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure

101 Dalmatians (cameo)

Short Films Unknown
Television Programs House of Mouse

Mickey Mouse (cameo)

Once Upon A Time (in human form)

Video Games Kingdom Hearts (cameo)
Voice Larry Roberts (original film)

Jeff Bennett (sequel)

Portrayed by Garry Garneau (Once Upon a Time)
Character information
Other names Pooch (referred to by both Tony and Joe),

Fritzi, Mike, Handsome (by Peg)

Personality Smart, fun-loving, mischievous, childlike, cunning, clever, firm, laid-back, kind, compassionate, curious, heroic, sweet, protective, romantic, insightful, resourceful
Goal Unknown
Allies Lady, Trusty, Jock, Tony, Joe, Jim Dear, Darling, Peg, Bull, Scamp, Angel, Annette, Danielle and Collette, Jim Jr.
Enemies Si and Am, Aunt Sarah (formerly), The Rat, Buster, Reggie,The Dogcatcher
Likes Fun and games, his family, his owners, his collar, freedom.
Dislikes Threats to Lady and their family, dog catchers
Quotes "I have my own private entrance."

The Tramp is the deuteragonist, later true protagonist from Disney's 1955 animated film Lady and the Tramp and the tritagonist in the sequel Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure. He was voiced by the late Larry Roberts in his debut.

Background Edit

Development Edit

In early versions of the script, Tramp was called Homer and although he was first conceived as Lady's suitor, competing with an early incantation of Boris for her affections, he ended up as her ex-dog pound mate in the final 1943 storyboard pitch. A few years after that version was scrapped, Walt read a story called "Happy Dan the Cynical Dog" in Cosmopolatin Magazine and decided that such a character as him was just was was needed to enhance the film. Although Walt wanted his new character to be called Tramp, the animators feared that audiences would take offense in such a name, due to the word's sexual connotations ("the lady is a tramp".) So, they first called him Rags, then Bozo, before Walt insisted that Tramp would be fine.

Design Edit

Tramp is a medium sized, scruffy looking dog. He is mostly dark gray with lighter gray muzzle and stomach. After he is taken in by Jim Dear and Darling, he wears a red collar with a diamond shaped license.

Personality Edit

In the first film, Tramp is a very laid-back character and he's more like a kid. He prefers to live in the family and home. It's implied that he's flirtatious, given his history of having had a multitude of girlfriends. He's known for his street smarts, able to both avoid dog catchers and deal with junkyard dogs. He dreams to live in a family and home that he won't get captured by dogcatchers. In the sequel, after he and Lady have married and now have a litter of puppies, Tramp's grown accustomed to being a house pet, but still retains his street smarts. He is also portrayed as being a loving yet firm father to his son, Scamp, and his three daughters, Annette, Collette and Danielle.

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