One Hundred and One Dalmatians

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This Disney animated classic is based on the children's story by Dodie Smith. The story involves the canine pets of a struggling composer and his wife: Dalmatians Pongo (male) and Perdita (female). Perdita gives birth to fifteen spotted pups, cuing the entrance of the scheming Cruella De Vil. She demands that the dogs' owners sell her the pups, but she is shown the door instead. Under cover of night, Cruella arranges for the pups to be stolen. The human police are baffled, but the "dog network" is alerted by ...
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This Disney animated classic is based on the children's story by Dodie Smith. The story involves the canine pets of a struggling composer and his wife: Dalmatians Pongo (male) and Perdita (female). Perdita gives birth to fifteen spotted pups, cuing the entrance of the scheming Cruella De Vil. She demands that the dogs' owners sell her the pups, but she is shown the door instead. Under cover of night, Cruella arranges for the pups to be stolen. The human police are baffled, but the "dog network" is alerted by Pongo and sent to rescue the pups. It is discovered that Cruella has been rounding up every Dalmatian she can get her hands on, hoping to use their pelts to make one spectacular fur coat. The dogs rescue the 15 pups, plus 86 others stolen by Ms. DeVil. After an eventful escape, the 101 Dalmatians make their way home--whereupon the composer pens a hit tune, "Dalmatian Plantation." 101 Dalmatians represents the Disney animation staff at its very best, and as a bonus introduces the world to Cruella De Vil, one of the greatest movie villains--cartoon or "real"--of all time.
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All Movie Guide - Craig Butler
The sheer number of canine characters in the film is overwhelming, and the challenges they presented the animators were considerable. Fortunately, the Disney stable had by that time logged in decades of experience and was able to meet these challenges with aplomb. They also were old hands at adding character to their illustrations, with the result that the cast emerges visually as fully nuanced characters. The artists were enormously aided by a witty and delightful script, which knows just the right buttons to push -- from the "meet cute" opening to the suspenseful chase climax, in which the pace with which snow begins melting and falling creates a marvelous tension. The supreme creation of the film, however, is Cruella De Vil, an immortal villainess with an equally immortal theme song. She is perfection, from the startling angularity of her cheekbones to her cracked ice voice (courtesy of Betty Lou Gerson). Her callousness and selfishness are so absolute that she can't help but fascinate the audience, even as they root for her defeat. Although 101 Dalmations was the final full-length animated feature for directors Geronimi and Luske, Reithermann would go on to direct The Jungle Book, among others.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/9/1999
  • UPC: 786936089844
  • Original Release: 1961
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  • Source: Walt Disney Video
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rod Taylor Voice Only
J. Pat O'Malley Voice Only
Betty Lou Gerson Voice Only, Voice Only
Martha Wentworth Voice Only, Voice Only, Voice Only
Ben Wright Voice Only
Cate Bauer Voice Only
Lisa Davis Voice Only
Tom Conway Voice Only
George Pelling Voice Only
Queenie Leonard Voice Only
Marjorie Bennett Voice Only
Mickey Maga Voice Only
Barbara Beaird Voice Only
Frederic Worlock Voice Only
Technical Credits
Clyde Geronimi Director
Hamilton Luske Director
Wolfgang Reitherman Director
Hal Ambro Animator
Ted Berman Animator
Roy M. Brewer Jr. Editor
George Bruns Score Composer
Les Clark Animator
Eric Cleworth Animator
Marc Davis Animator
Walt Disney Producer
Blaine Gibson Animator
Donald Halliday Editor
Milt Kahl Animator
Bill Keil Animator
Ken Anderson Production Designer
Hal King Animator
Eric Larson Animator
John Lounsbery Animator
Dick Lucas Animator
Don Lusk Animator
Cliff Nordberg Animator
Amby Paliwoda Animator
Bill Peet Screenwriter
John Sibley Animator
Art Stevens Animator
Julius Svendsen Animator
Frank Thomas Animator
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    I Also Recommend:

    101 Adorable Puppies

    You'll enjoy this classic for your home collection with the adorable dalmations pitted against the evil Cruella DeVille! Drama, suspense and joy, all in one timeless story.

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  • Posted March 18, 2012

    Highly recommended

    I wanted the original Disney movie and this is it. Great quality.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    great disney classic

    A true animated classic from disney. Great fun for all ages.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Cute but dated

    Compared to modern movies, this is dated but it is cute for kids. I bought this for my 2 yr old granddaughter and it kept her attention but only after having to watch 10 minutes of Disney ads for other DVDs. The situation of why the puppies were stolen was kind of gruesome but she didn't understand that part and I didn't remember it from when I was a kid either. Overall, it was a good action movie for her because she loves puppies.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Old and Classic

    This movie is from the days when music was in cartoons. A simplier time when all the disney movies were more like musicals. The story lines didn't invole many adult themes and the parents still enjoyed the movie any way. A time before sensors and PCness and yet the movies were still entertaining and educational. It you haven't seen this movie put it on your list along with the rest of the disney classics that include real animation and not computer animation.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    This movie is one of my favorites, its was the on y movie I would watch for a while when I was about 5. I still love it, and I can't wait to buy it on DVD!

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