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Lady and the Tramp 2 Jock

LADY: Hello, Jock. JOCK: Oh, it's you, lassie. LADY: Notice anything different? JOCK: Eh, you've had a bath? LADY: No, not that. JOCK: You've had your nails clipped? LADY: Guess again. JOCK: Well, I wouldn't be knowin' then. Why, lassie, a bonny new collar. LADY: Do you like it? JOCK: Aye. Mmm, it must be very expensive. Have you shown it to Trusty yet? LADY: No. JOCK: Ah, we'd best go at once. You know how sensitive he is about these things. LADY: He's dreaming. JOCK: Aye. Dreaming of those bonny bygone days when he and his grandfather were trackin' through the swamps. LADY: They were? JOCK: But that was before... LADY: Before what? JOCK: This time you knew the truth, lassie. It shouldn't have happened to a dog. But, well... Trusty has lost his sense of smell. LADY: No! JOCK: Aye. But we must never let on that we know, lassie. T would break his poor heart.


TRUSTY: Which way'd he go? Which way did he go? JOCK: Go? TRUSTY: Yeah! Big fella. 'Bout, uh, six foot two. No, uh, three. Wore a stripped suit. No collar. Why, Miss Lady! You have a collar. LADY: And a license. TRUSTY: My, my, how time does fly. JOCK: Aye. It seems only yesterday she was cuttin' her teeth... on Jim Dear's slippers. And now, there she is, a full-grown lady. TRUSTY: Wearin' the greatest honor man can bestow. The badge of faith and respectability. That's right, Miss Lady. As my grand pappy, Old Reliable, used to say... Don't recollect if I've ever mentioned Old Reliable before. JOCK: Aye, you have, laddie. TRUSTY: Oh, yeah. LADY: Oh, it's Jim Dear. Please excuse me. JIM DEAR: Hello there, Lady. Come on. Beat ya home. Ah, you win again. Steady now. Steady. Well, what have we here? Oh, big girl now? All right. Oh, ladies first. You know, Darling, with Lady here I'd say life is quite complete. DARLING: Yes, dear. I don't imagine anything could ever take her place in our hearts. TRAMP: What a day! Well, now to dig up some breakfast. Cute little rascals. Coochie, coochie. Now, that breakfast. Let's see. Bernie's? No. Francois? Oh, no, no. Nope. Too much starch. Ah, Tony's! Oh, that's it. Haven't been there in a week. TONY: A beautiful day to make pizza to taste And they call it bella notte JOE: Well, buongiorno, Butch! You wanna your breakfast, eh? Okay. the boss-a, he's-a save-a some-a nice-a bones-a for you. Breakfast a-comin' up from-a left field. Good-a catch! DOGCATCHER: Whoa, boy. Whoa. TRAMP: Hey. Psst. Psst. BULLDOG: Blimey! Look, Peg. It's the Tramp. PEG: Shh. Hiya, handsome. Come to join the party? TRAMP: All right, all right. No time for wisecracks. I've gotta get you out. I'm tellin' ya, the pressure's really hot. Signs all over town. PEG: Gee, thanks. BULLDOG: You're a bit of all right, chum. TRAMP: Okay, get going. DOGCATCHER: Hey, what's goin' on over there? TRAMP: Scram! And be careful. DOGCATCHER: What? You mangy mutt. Hey, let go. Let go of me! Well, Snob Hill. TRAMP: Ha. Hi, gals. How's pickin's? Pretty slim, eh? Yeah, I'll bet they've got a lid on every trash can. And a fence around every tree. I wonder what the leash and collar set does for excitement. JOCK: Lassie! TRUSTY: Oh, Miss Lady, ma'am! Miss Lady! JOCK: Ah, good mornin', lassie. 'Tis a bonny, braw, bright day, uh, today. TRUSTY: Why, Miss Lady, is, somethin' wrong? JOCK: Aye, tell us, lassie. If somebody's been mistreatin' ya... LADY: Oh, no, Jock. It's something I've done, I guess. JOCK: You? LADY: It must be. Jim Dear and Darling... are acting so... TRUSTY: Jim Dear and Darling? JOCK: Hush, man! Now, lassie, get on with the details. LADY: Well. I first noticed it the other day when Jim Dear came home. JIM DEAR: Down, Lady. Down!

Pictures from part 2

Lady and the Tramp part 2 picture
Lady and the Tramp part 2 picture
  Dig up some breakfast
Dig up some breakfast
 
Bulldog 'Blimey! Look, Peg.'
Bulldog 'Blimey! Look, Peg.'
  Trusty, Jock and Lassie
Trusty, Jock and Lassie