See Disney's Lady and the Tramp & an All-New Animated Short at El Capitan
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All offers for Lady and the Tramp have expired.
The last date listed for Lady and the Tramp was Thursday February 20, 2014 / 1:00pm.
Currently at El Capitan Theatre:
- Full Price:
- $11.00 - $22.00
- Our Price:
- $9.00 - $18.00
One of Disney's biggest hits in recent years, the hilarious and heart-warming Tangled returns to El Capitan. When Flynn Ryder (voiced by Zachary Levi), the kingdom's most notorious bandit, hides out in a tower, he is taken hostage by Rapunzel (voiced by Mandy Moore), a tower-bound teen with 70 feet of magical hair. The two of them set off on an action-packed adventure that might just find true love at its conclusion. In addition to the film, you'll see Sofia live on stage and catch a special glimpse of Disney Junior's Sofia the First: The Curse of Princess Ivy, featuring a special appearance by Rapunzel. Then, after the movie, see Rapunzel live on stage and the short Tangled Ever After. Learn More
If you can, avoid parking at the lot near the theatre, do so...not only is it $20, your car sits out on the sun! You can park across the street, at the Hollywood & Highland structure, with ample space and shaded underground parking for only $13. Then you just cross the streetTangled info • Sep 15 2014 star this tip starred
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from RJ MASONRed Velvet
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My cousin & I saw Lady & the Tramp when it first was released in 1955. We're so glad we saw it again with 59 year old memories - because we didn't recall: The era (maybe 1890's?); the flat, almost primitive backgrounds & the understated, under-detailed "human" co-stars (compared with today's high-tech CGI imaging); the story line - which was so sweet! We did recall the adorable Lady with her demure quality & the irascible Tramp winning her over, as only Disney could do - a love story with a happy-ever-after ending! What a treat to relive those happy memories & glad it's preserved for future generations.
As an aside, an old Goofy or Mickey cartoon afterward would have been preferable to "Blank" A vinyl stop action cartoon. It did have it's moments, but made little sense while trying too hard & way too long to get it's point across. We think we maybe got the point, or maybe it's just that we're "over the hill" @ 70 & 74??? Although the youngsters in the audience were totally tuned out & running around the theater after the first 5 minutes.
As always though, we love the El Capitan & will return again & again!!!!