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The Lady Is A Tramp
   featured in the film   
Words And Music (1948)
Lady and the Tramp
   was released in   
1955
Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure
   was released in   
2001
Aunt Sarah
   is the villain in   
Lady & The Tramp
Lizzie Tramp
   is hobo slang for   
A Hitch-hiker
The Lady Is a Tramp
   comes from the musical   
Babes in Arms
Lady and the Tramp (Walt Disney)
   was published in   
1988
Adapted by Teddy Slater and Illustrated by Bill Langley and Ron Dias (No. 105-72)
Lady
   and   
The Tramp
Disney dogs who romantically shared a plate of spaghetti
A Tramp Abroad, The Gilded Age, Pudd’nhead Wilson
   are all   
Books by Mark Twain
Otis Redding and Carla Thomas
   recorded   
Tramp
The Tramp (1915)
   starrred   
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance and Ernest Van Pelt
Director: Charles Chaplin. Also starred Paddy McGuire, Lloyd Bacon & Leo White
Charles Chaplin
   directed   
The Tramp (1915)
La Folie
   Featured   
Tramp
Lamb
   is hobo slang for   
Boy Tramp
Lady and the Tramp (1955)
   had the voice actors   
Peggy Lee, Barbara Luddy & Larry Roberts
(Disney) First cinemascope (widescreen) movie (2.55:1). Made simultaneously in both a widescreen CinemaScope version and a standard Academy ratio version. It's also the widest film the company has ever created.
Mescalero
   features   
Tramp
2003
The Lady is a Tramp
   has the opening line   
She Gets Too Hungry, for Dinner at Eight
Lyrics by Lorenz Hart and music by Richard Rodgers for the 1937 Broadway musical "Babes In Arms."
Saddle Tramp
   means   
A Cowboy Who Spends Most of His Time in the Chuck Line
Richard Davies
   has been a vocalist in   
Supertramp
Men’s Trampoline
   gold medal was won by   
Uladzislau Hancharou
Belarus
Where Do We Go From Here
   was released by   
Tramps
1974
Monty Bowden
   died in   
1892 aged 26 officially from Epilepsy, Also Trampled by His Own Oxen
England's youngest ever cricket captain English
Physical Graffiti
   featured   
Trampled Under Foot
The album was released February 24, 1975.
Cher
   released the single   
Gypsys, Tramps and Thieves
1971; 2 weeks as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
Supertramp
   come from   
The U.K.
Rodger Hodgson
   has played keyboards in   
Supertramp
English, one of founding members of band, Progressive rock band
Supertramp
   released the single   
The Logical Song
1979; peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting popularity
That’s Where The Happy People Go
   was released by   
Tramps
1976
A Trampler
   was   
A Lawyer
Women’s Trampoline
   gold medal was won by   
Rosie MacLennan
Canada
Rick Davies
   has played keyboards in   
Supertramp
Stereophonics
   performed   
(More Life in A) Tramp's Vest
1997
Wagon Tramps
   is hobo slang for   
Families Who Travel in Covered Wagons






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