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101 Dalmatians
     

101 Dalmatians

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Director: Stephen Herek, Glenn Close, Jeff Daniels, Joely Richardson

Cast: Stephen Herek, Glenn Close, Jeff Daniels, Joely Richardson

 

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There are more puppies than you can shake a rolled up newspaper at in this live-action remake of the Disney animated favorite 101 Dalmatians. Roger (Jeff Daniels) is a designer of computer games who shares his home with his pet dalmatian, Pongo. One day, Roger takes Pongo for a walk in the park and the dog sets his eyes on a beautiful female dalmatian named

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There are more puppies than you can shake a rolled up newspaper at in this live-action remake of the Disney animated favorite 101 Dalmatians. Roger (Jeff Daniels) is a designer of computer games who shares his home with his pet dalmatian, Pongo. One day, Roger takes Pongo for a walk in the park and the dog sets his eyes on a beautiful female dalmatian named Perdy. Perdy likes Pongo as much as he likes her, and thankfully Perdy's mistress, a fashion designer named Anita (Joely Richardson), is quite taken with Roger. Romance blooms between the human and canine couples, and Roger and Anita tie the knot (Pongo and Perdy are apparently still living in sin). Anita works for Cruella De Vil (Glenn Close), an intense fashion maven whose lust for fur doubtless places her high on PETA's hit list. Inspired by her dogs, Anita finds herself working up a design for a fur coat made with spotted fur, and Cruella leaps on the idea of making garments out of real dalmatians. But where to get the animals? Cruella has two nasty but not especially intelligent henchmen, Jasper (Hugh Laurie) and Horace (Mark Williams), who've been known to kill the odd endangered species at madame's request. Now they're sent on a mission to round up dalmatians, and when they fall a bit short of their goal, it comes to Cruella's attention that Perdy has just given birth to a litter of 15 pups. For this version, a number of real dalmatian puppies were combined with computer-generated animation and animatronic creatures from Jim Henson's Workshop, who respond better to direction (and are doubtless easier to clean up after) than the real thing.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/16/2008
UPC:
0786936769586
Original Release:
1996
Rating:
G
Source:
Walt Disney Video
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:43:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Glenn Close Cruella De Vil
Jeff Daniels Roger
Joely Richardson Anita
Joan Plowright Nanny
Hugh Laurie Jasper
Mark Williams Horace
John Shrapnel Skinner
Hilda Braid Actor

Technical Credits
Stephen Herek Director
Adrian Biddle Cinematographer
Rosemary Burrows Costumes/Costume Designer
John Comfort Producer
Ed Feldman Executive Producer
Celestia Fox Casting
Assheton Gorton Production Designer
Harvey Harrison Camera Operator
John Hughes Producer,Screenwriter
Michael Kamen Score Composer
Ricardo Mestres Producer
Michael Owens Special Effects Supervisor
Anthony Powell Costumes/Costume Designer
John Ralph Art Director
Marcia Ross Casting
Rebekah Rudd Associate Producer
Trudy Ship Editor
David Tringham Asst. Director
Clive Winter Sound/Sound Designer
Joanne Woollard Set Decoration/Design

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- 101 Dalmatians
1. Program Start [:28]
2. Opening Credits [4:20]
3. The Meeting [1:10]
4. Madame De Vil [5:26]
5. Love at First Sight [12:45]
6. Ready for Skinner [5:00]
7. Babies On the Way [4:21]
8. The Blessed Event [11:29]
9. Puppy Theft [7:43]
10. Sending a Message [3:13]
11. To the Rescue [2:07]
12. What Noise? [6:28]
13. Sabotage [:44]
14. Who's That Knocking? [3:25]
15. Escape [4:34]
16. Stalling Cruella [6:02]
17. Reunion [5:39]
18. Thinking Ahead [2:01]
19. Give Me the Hat! [5:33]
20. One Smelly Ride [5:00]
21. Closing Credits [5:09]

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101 Dalmatians 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is a top-notch family movie that is well worth having in your movie pantheon. Glen Close plays a truely devilish Cruela Devill. The movie has excellent performances from Jeff Daniels and Joely Richardson. The dogs are great actors too. See it and enjoy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is certainly a good movie, and it would be a shame not to see it. Cruella is played brilliantly by Glen Close. Fifteen puppies are stolen by Horrace and Jasper. Cruella is determined to get her spotted coat, but the London dogs make her day really ugly. This movie is pretty darn good.