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There are puppies, puppies and more puppies in Disney's beloved animated masterpiece 101 Dalmatians—now joining the celebrated Walt Disney Signature Collection. This original Walt Disney classic has charmed generations of fans with its irresistible tail-wagging stars, memorable story and perfect blend of humor and action-packed adventure. Cruella De Vil, the most fabulously outrageous villainess of all time, sets the fur-raising adventure in motion when she dognaps all of the adorable Dalmatian puppies in London—including 15 from Pongo and Perdita's family. Through the power of the "Twilight Bark," Pongo reaches out to brave animal heroes of all spots and stripes, and together they launch a dramatic quest to rescue the puppies from Cruella's greedy clutches. Unleash all the excitement and suspense of Disney's 101 Dalmatians, a much- loved classic your family will enjoy again and again!
© 1961 Disney Enterprises, Inc.
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Critics Consensus: With plenty of pooches and a memorable villain (Cruella De Vil), this is one of Disney's most enduring, entertaining animated films.
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Lovable cartoon classic with cute dogs and a mean villain.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Disney's classic puppy tale 101 Dalmatians is rated G but may contain a few disturbing scenes featuring one the studio's vilest villains, Cruella de Vil. As the song goes, "if she doesn't scare you, no evil thing will." For an animated movie, there's a considerable amount of smoking and drinking (Roger smokes a pipe; Cruella is always shown with her long-stemmed cigarettes; and her two henchman drink wine straight out of the bottle). Language is limited to several insults like "idiot," "imbecile," "fools," mostly said by Cruella. On the bright side, the dog parents and their human pets are relentless in their goal to save the puppies -- all of them, not just their own.
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- Genre:Comedy, Family
- Release Date:January 25, 1961
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