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Truly Spectacular Contest: Win Plush ‘Lady and the Tramp’ Toys and DVD!

posted by Nell Minow

 

 

Wow!  I have never had anything so cool to give away.  The prize winner will get a full collection of plush toys from the Disney classic Lady and the Tramp plus the Diamond Edition Blu-Ray Combo Pack.  This is the warm, funny, exciting, and most of all romantic Disney animation classic about the pampered cocker spaniel and the frisky but gallant stray.  Here are two of the film’s unforgettable musical numbers.

The DVD.Blu-Ray Diamond edition is now available and the toys are sold through Disney.com and at the Disney Stores.

If you’d like to enter the contest, send me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com and tell me about a special dog in your life.  Don’t forget to include your address.  Good luck to all and I will pick one winner at random on Valentine’s Day!  Sorry, US addresses only.



  • http://www.tradingedgemaster.com vivi

    Wow too bad i missed this contest. My children love the movie

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Jane Squires

    I would love to win these if still open. My youngest daughter loved Lady And the Tramp – I’m sure her kids would too

    • Nell Minow

      Sorry, Ms. Squires, that contest is over. But keep checking as I have new contests and giveaways often — and be sure to follow the instructions to enter.

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