Artist Jane Boyd Behind the Scenes of Lady and the Tramp
Since the beginning of time… okay, maybe that’s a stretch, regardless of what my grandbabies may think, I never actually met Adam OR Eve… I have been obsessed with Disney. While I like some of their recent films and projects (Their live action films based on The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, and Maleficent have been AMAZING!) my heart is most drawn to the Classic Disney animated films.
Robin Hood, The Aristocats, Lady and the Tramp, Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Dumbo, Bambi, Peter Pan… you get the idea. I’m simply obsessed with all of them and even collect memorabilia, toys, books, and anything I can get my hands on associated with them.
In fact, you can find me in toy aisles without my grandbabies as often as I’m there WITH them!
Which all makes it so bizarre that I’ve never blogged about this particular fixation of mine on Hollywood Yesterday. I post a lot about them on social media (a LOT actually), but simply haven’t brought that overwhelming love, respect, and adoration here.
Taking care of that here and now!
(continued below the iconic Walt Disney, himself…)
Walt Disney, Lady and the Tramp Promotional Photo
The adorable Behind the Scenes pictures shown here are from the extraordinary Lady and The Tramp (1955). The photos feature Verna Felton (Aunt Sarah), writer Joe Rinaldi, artist Jane Boyd, Walt Disney, and more cuteness than you could even begin to hope for.
Verna Felton (Aunt Sarah) Behind the Scenes of Lady and the Tramp
You can find Disney’s classic Lady and the Tramp (Amazon affiliate link) on dvd, Prime Video, and Blu-ray on Amazon.
Writer Joe Rinaldi behind the scenes of Lady and the Tramp