Variety Staff(Variety):Walt Disney has ~ the sake of so long parlayed gooey sentiment and absolutely horror into profitable cartoons that greatest number moviegoers are apt to be again surprised than disappointed to discover that the amalgamation somehow does not work this time.
Dave Kehr(Chicago Reader):Disney's ideality seems at a low ebb, saddled by a shrunken, excessively naturalistic style in stripe with the diminished possibilities of postwar animation, and not yet graced by the divine influence that would redeem that style in Sleeping Beauty.
Bosley Crowther(New York Times):The sentimentality is efficacious, and the use of the CinemaScope bigness does not make for any ~ amount awareness of the thickness of the goo.
James Plath(Movie Metropolis):A astounding blend of timeless romance, wholesome put to hazard, and breathtaking animation.
Nell Minow(Common Sense Media):Classic Disney dogs paw their way into hearts.
Tim Brayton(Antagony & Ecstasy):Easily the in the greatest degree beautifully-animated piece to come used up of the Disney Studios since the Golden Age ended.
Todd Gilchrist(IGN Movies):Lady and the Tramp: 50th Anniversary Edition not alone reminds modern audiences of its deservedly lasting status, but provides a much-needed flag of comparison for more recent elated features.
Michael Scheinfeld(TV Guide's Movie Guide):[It made] to a greater degree money than any other film from the 1950s unless The Ten Commandments and Ben-Hur.
Daniel Etherington(Reel Film Reviews):A fascinating piece of vintage entertainment from Walt Disney, well-stocked with wholesome family values.
Jeffrey M. Anderson(Combustible Celluloid):One of Disney's simplest and ut~ delightful animated features
Forrest Hartman(7M Pictures):The vintage act of enlivening is brilliant, and Disney has carried on a wonderful job with the carry over to DVD.