animated movie 101 Dalmatians © Disney
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101 Dalmatians

The Dalmatians, Pongo and Perdita, are in the midst of raising their young family of fifteen puppies in the apartment of their newly-wed owners, Roger and Anita. All seems to be going well, until Anita's old "friend," Cruella DeVille, comes calling. She loves a fine fur coat and is very keen to get her hands on the coats attached to Pongo and Perdita's family. When Roger and Anita refuse to sell the puppies, they are dog-napped by Cruella's goons and it's up to the Dalmatians and a host of canine friends to get them back.

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Oh. My. God. This is one of my fave Disney films of all time. I remember seeing this, borrowing a old VHS from my mom's boss. I fell in love instantly. The...
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I Have 101 Dalmations On Video. I Watched It A Couple Of Times When I Was Eight Years Old. It Was The Best. The Scene Where Cruella's Scary Face Scared...
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Although it falls flat at some points, 101 Dalmatians has always been a favourite of mine. Maybe it is the scratchy style of the artwork that does it, maybe the...
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This is an ok movie...watchable. I definitely liked the live action one better. There have been far worse movies-ones I would call negative star movies. One of which is "The...
Created by: Disney
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Rod Taylor ... Pongo
Cate Bauer ... Perdita
Belly Lou Gerson ... Cruella DeVille
Ben Wright ... Roger Radcliff
Lisa Davis ... Anita Radcliff
Martha Wentworth ... Nanny, Queenie, Lucy
Tudor Owen ... Towser
J. Pat O'Malley ... Colonel, Jasper Badun
Frederick Worlock ... Horace Badun
Dave Frankham ... Sergeant Tibs
Thurl Ravenscroft ... The Captain
Musical Score by: George Bruns
Songs by: Mel Leven
Writing Credits: Bill Peet
Supervising / Directing Animators: Milt Kahl, Ollie Johnston and Eric Larson
Based on: the novel, "The One Hundred and One Dalmatians," by Dodie Smith

animated movie 101 Dalmatians © DisneyWatch for brief cameo appearances from the cast of Lady and the Tramp, and for truly meaningless trivia: "In the course of this feature, 6,469,952 Dalmatian spots appear on the screen. Disney animators were able to keep track of all of them through a then-new process called Xerography." -- taken from a Disney 365 day calendar.

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