Library to show classic Disney film
‘Lady and the Tramp’ on screen in Waupaca
The Waupaca Area Public Library will conclude its fall film series by screening “Lady and the Tramp” at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1, in the lower level meeting rooms.
With a theme of “Films That Make Us Happy,” the fall selections are light-hearted movies with a focus on romance, comedy and music.
“Lady and the Tramp” is a 1955 Disney animated feature about a golden cocker spaniel who meets a mongrel named Tramp.
Larry Roberts is the voice for Tramp and Barbara Luddy is Lady’s voice.
Peggy Lee provides the voice for several characters, including Darling, Si, Am and Peg.
She also sings the famous Siamese Cat song, “He’s a Tramp” and “La La Lu.”
Voice actor Alan Reed plays Boris. Some may recognize him for his performance as the cartoon character Fred Flintstone from 1960-77.
The library’s First Thursday Films were launched by the late Dr. Jack Rhodes in 2012.
Rhodes no longer introduces the films in person, but the library video-recorded him speaking from his hospice bed about each of the four films he selected for the fall of 2022.
Admission is free and open to the public.