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In '101 Dalmatians', Cruella kidnaps several litters of Dalmatian puppies for the purpose of using their fur to make coats, and one pair of dog parents set off to save all of them.
"The original 101 Dalmatians is famous in our eyes for the artistic style, it was the first time they came along with the process of xerography, which maintained the linework of all the drawings, so it looked like it was created and crafted by an artist.
101 Dalmatians The entry from Sheree Frost, Jacqueline Wilson and Madge Rorison
These lads dressed up as 101 Dalmatians for a pub crawl.
It was the question many were asking: how do you make a production of 101 Dalmatians on stage with that many dogs?
DVD: 101 Dalmatians * 101 Dalmatians 2 * Aladdin * Alice in Wonderland * Cars * Cars2 * Dumbo * Fantasia * Finding Nemo * Hunchback of Notre Dame * Lady and the Tramp * Lady and the Tramp 2 * Lilo and Stitch * Mary Poppins * Monsters Inc.
Second place was won by Medusa from Clash of the Titans, and third went to Cruella Daville from 101 Dalmatians.
Cruella de Vil (101 Dalmatians) My top five Disney villains will no doubt adorn this page at some point in the future and it''s a pretty safe bet that Cruella will make the cut, given her penchant for puppy bashing.
"It was like a scene from 101 Dalmatians every time someone knocked at the front door.
If the stereotype of a road-only show is some non-union, not-for-New-York revival of a creaking Rodgers & Hammerstein tuner, consider the pedigree of "101 Dalmatians," the new touring attraction from Magic Arts & Entertainment, Troika Entertainment and Luis Alvarez.
The spotty dogs, immortalised in the Disney 101 Dalmatians films, have a defective gene resulting in high levels of uric acid in the blood, making them prone to gout, kidney stones, bladder stones and an agonising premature death.
In it, he cites Disney films such as "Sleeping Beauty" and "101 Dalmatians" as examples of products the corporation uses to entice children to buy its merchandise if they want to see themselves as part of "a good and happy family."