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The first trailer for the live-action "Lady and the Tramp" showcases the scenes we expect from the animated original, including a romantic spaghetti dinner and puppy Lady being presented as a gift on Christmas morning.

The era also looks the same as the 1955 film, which was set in 1909. The dogs are real, but talk with some assistance from computer animators.



We also briefly see the live-action versions of the duo's familiar friends: Trusty the Bloodhound (voiced by Sam Elliott) and Jock the Scottie (Ashley Jensen, a gender-swap from the original).

But we also see some scenes that weren't in the original, including Lady (voiced by Tessa Thompson) and Tramp (Justin Theroux) taking a trip on a steam boat.

The movie will be available to subscribers when Disney+ debuts on November 12.

Among the voice cast are Benedict Wong as Bull the Bulldog and Janelle Monáe as Peg, a Pekingese puppy. Thomas Mann costars as human Jim Dear, Kiersey Clemons as his wife Darling, and Yvette Nicole Brown as (we presume) her dog-hating aunt.

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[Via IndieWire]