as all the dialogue was in English, and props such as cars were period Yank-Detroit, my guess it took place in the United States. For some reason, though, Disney avoided Manhattan settings with one exception- Oliver and Company which did not go over very well.
On Christmas morning in 1909, Jim Dear gives his wife Darling a cocker spaniel puppy that they name Lady. Lady enjoys a happy life with the couple and with a pair of dogs from the neighborhood, a Scottish Terrier named Jock and a bloodhound named Trusty. Meanwhile, across town by the railway, a stray silver mutt, referred to as the Tramp, lives life from moment to moment, be it begging for scraps from an Italian restaurant or protecting his fellow strays Peg (a Pekingese} and Bull (a Bulldog) from the local dog catcher.
Later, Lady is saddened after Jim Dear and Darling begin treating her rather coldly. Jock and Trusty visit her, and determine that the change in behavior is due to Darling expecting a baby. While Jock and Trusty try to explain what a baby is, the eavesdropping Tramp enters the conversation and offers his own opinions. Jock and Trusty take an immediate dislike to the stray and order him out of the yard.
In due course, the baby arrives and Jim Dear and Darling introduce Lady to the infant. Soon after, Jim Dear and Darling decide to go on a trip together, leaving their Aunt Sarah to look after the baby and the house. When Lady clashes with Aunt Sarah's two Siamese cats, Si and Am, she takes Lady to a pet shop to get a muzzle. A terrified Lady escapes, but is pursued by some street dogs. Tramp sees the chase and rescues Lady. The two then visit a zoo, where Tramp tricks a beaver into removing the muzzle. That night, Tramp shows Lady how he lives "footloose and collar-free", culminating in a candlelit Italian dinner.
Lady and the Tramp share a spaghetti dinner
As Tramp escorts Lady back home, he stirs up trouble in a chicken coop. When the two dogs flee, Lady is caught by the dog-catcher. At the pound, the other dogs admire Lady's license, as it is her way out of the pound. Soon the dogs reveal the Tramp's many girlfriends and how he is unlikely to ever settle down. Eventually, Lady is collected by Aunt Sarah, who chains Lady to a doghouse in the back yard. Jock and Trusty visit to comfort her, but when the Tramp arrives to apologize, thunder starts to rumble as Lady furiously confronts him, after which the Tramp sadly leaves.
Moments later, Lady sees a rat trying to sneak into the yard. While the rat is afraid of Lady, it is able to evade her and enter the house. Lady barks frantically, but Aunt Sarah yells at her to be quiet. The Tramp hears her and runs back to help. Tramp enters the house and finds the rat in the nursery. Lady breaks free and races to the nursery to find the rat on the baby's crib. Tramp pounces on the rat, but knocks over the crib in the process, awakening the infant. Tramp kills the rat, but when Aunt Sarah comes to the baby's aid, she sees the two dogs and thinks they are responsible. She pushes Tramp into a closet and Lady into the basement, then calls the pound to take the Tramp away.
Jim Dear and Darling return as the dogcatcher departs. They release Lady, who leads them to the dead rat, vindicating Tramp. Jock and Trusty, having overheard everything, chase after the dogcatcher's wagon. Jock is convinced Trusty has long since lost his sense of smell, but the old bloodhound is able to find the wagon. They bark at the horses, who rear up and topple the wagon onto a telephone pole. Jim Dear arrives by car with Lady, and Lady is happily reunited with the Tramp before they discover that the wagon fell on Trusty.
That Christmas, Tramp, now a part of Lady's family, has his own collar and license. Lady and the Tramp also have their own family, a litter of four puppies. Jock comes to see the family along with Trusty, who is carefully walking on his still-mending leg
The original Lady and the Tramp was set in Walt Disney's boyhood home of Marceline, MO. A few of his original works were set there including Dumbo. Although Walt only lived there for about four years, he always considered it his hometown. Most of the film openings were at a small theater right on 'Main Street USA' which runs through Marceline. This is the same street in which he molded all of his Main Streets while designing all of the theme parks. Trains still run parallel to Main Street on a regular basis.
Cartoonists still gather every September in Marceline to celebrate the great Walt Disney. This weekend-long celebration is called 'Toonfest'.
Lady and the Tramp II was written in 2001 long after Walt's death.
I have no knowledge of any New England place - but it is definitely American.
The movie is set in a town in New England. We really don't find that out in the first one, but in the second one. It is there that it become obvious it takes place in America, being that they are celebrating the Fourth of July, and that it takes place in New England in the sequel's opening song "Welcome Home." The lyrics which prove this are as follows:
In this always, friendly
old New England town
A lesson to people or dogs to let them know that whether they be ladies or tramps that it wouldn't make a different of how different they were (at least as far as I know that's the theme)
Late 1940's , early 1950's.
I believe it was Gotham
"My Fair Lady" is set in Edwardian London, sometime between 1901 and 1910, which is the period covering the reign of King Edward VII. The costumes in the 1964 movie version of "My Fair Lady," such as the peach colored outfit Eliza wears after the ball, when she meets her father on the way to his wedding, and the type of automobiles seen indicate the year 1912. This would be the time just before the start of World War I, during the reign of King George V - just after the end of the Edwardian era.
The sinking set of the movie Titanic (1997) was the biggest movie set ever built. The ship which was scale to size of the real Titanic was built on a tilting platform to sink the ship in a big tank.
It was filmed in Brazil.
Somewhere in Canada.
The 1996 action-crime-thriller movie "Set It Off" starring Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah, and Vivica A. Fox. The movie was directed by F. Gary Gary.
My Fair Lady is set in London, England.
the second one say new england but the Zoo in the first one was clearly the St. Louis Zoo!
A Christmas Carol is set in Victorian London, England.
Where and when was the author born?
It was set in London, and was written by Charles Dickens.
Yes, you can see the sun set while you are on top of the London Eye.
It was set in Irelandand London.
The movie was set in Port Royal, Jamaica. Some of the movie's opening scenes were shot in Santa Lucia. The Curse of the Black Pearl was set on the Isla de Muerta, a fictional island where the Aztecs' treasure was hid. On Stranger Tides had some scenes in London and the rest were set in Florida where the Fountain of Youth was said to be.
No woman has set foot on the Moon