History Disney / OneHundredAndOneDalmatians

10th Jul '17 3:47:33 AM jormis29
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In addition to the movies, the show, and the book, three video games were made. One was an entry in the ''VideoGame/DisneysAnimatedStorybook'' series, another was the PointAndClickGame ''101 Dalmatians: Escape from [=DeVil=] Manor'', and the last was ''VideoGame/OneHundredAndTwoDalmatiansPuppiesToTheRescue'', a traditional 3D ActionAdventure PlatformGame. The latter two games were based on the live-action films, but were styled after the original animated film.

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In addition to the movies, the show, and the book, three video games were made. One was an entry in the ''VideoGame/DisneysAnimatedStorybook'' series, another was the PointAndClickGame ''101 Dalmatians: Escape from [=DeVil=] Manor'', ''VideoGame/OneHundredAndOneDalmatiansEscapeFromDeVilManor'', and the last was ''VideoGame/OneHundredAndTwoDalmatiansPuppiesToTheRescue'', a traditional 3D ActionAdventure PlatformGame. The latter two games were based on the live-action films, but were styled after the original animated film.
4th Jul '17 5:41:24 PM jormis29
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** ''102 Dalmatians'', the 2000 sequel to the movie.

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** ''102 Dalmatians'', ''Film/OneHundredAndTwoDalmatians'', the 2000 sequel to the movie.
4th Jul '17 5:30:51 PM jormis29
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* ''WesternAnimation/OneHundredAndOneDalmatianStreet'' (2017), another animated series.

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* ''WesternAnimation/OneHundredAndOneDalmatianStreet'' (2017), (2018), another animated series.
4th Jul '17 5:28:36 PM jormis29
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* ''WesternAnimation/OneHundredAndOneDalmatianStreet'' (2017), another animated series.
6th Jun '17 1:27:53 PM chasemaddigan
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* DinkyDrivers: The Dalmatian Puppies do this to a London double-decker bus at the end of ''101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure''.



* EvilDetectingDog: Just about every dog can tell Cruella is pure evil. In the sequel, the first sign that Lars isn't truly evil is the fact the puppies ''like'' him.

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* EvilDetectingDog: Just about every dog can tell Cruella is pure evil. In the sequel, the first sign that Lars isn't truly evil is the fact the puppies ''like'' him.
5th Jun '17 6:26:39 PM chasemaddigan
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The Disney version got a direct animated sequel in 2003 in ''101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure'', in which Pongo and Perdy's son Patch is accidentally left behind when the family moves to the country, and feeling unappreciated, goes to find his idol Thunderbolt to be on his show.

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The Disney version got a direct animated sequel in 2003 in ''101 ''[[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatiansIIPatchsLondonAdventure 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure'', Adventure]]'', in which Pongo and Perdy's son Patch is accidentally left behind when the family moves to the country, and feeling unappreciated, goes to find his idol Thunderbolt to be on his show.



!!The Disney Adaptation (1961) and its sequel (2003) provide examples of:

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!!The Disney Adaptation (1961) and its sequel (2003) provide examples of:



* AscendedExtra: Pongo and Perdita's son Patch and TV-star dog Thunderbolt, a background and a one-scene character respectively in the first film, are primary characters in the sequel.



* BecomingTheMask: Thunderbolt in the sequel. At first, he just wants to use Patch's fanboy knowledge of his show to get some press but ends up becoming genuine friends with the pup and helps him rescue his family.



** [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] in the sequel when Thunderbolt arrives to save the puppies.
--->'''Thunderbolt:''' I always arrive in the nick of time...(whispering to Patch) Hey, I may not be a real hero, but I can ''act'' like one. I'll distract them.



* DemotedToExtra: In a similar vein to the TV series, Pongo and Perdita are largely secondary characters in the sequel with [[AscendedExtra their puppy Patch]] taking the foreground.



* EvilTwin: Thunderbolt tells Lil' Lightning he'd like to have one in one of his adventures.
* ExactWords: In the sequel, when Lars finds out what Cruella and her henchmen want to do with the puppies, he declares nobody will harm them for as long as he has something to say about it. The next scene features him bound and gagged.



* FalseFriend: [[spoiler:Lil' Lightning the Welsh Corgi]]. He informs Thunderbolt that his character is being killed off the show, when in fact, [[spoiler:soon revealed to be a lie just to trick Thunderbolt into getting out of the picture in order so Lightning can have the spotlight for himself having grown tired of being in Thunderbolt's shadow]].
** Then upon hearing about Thunderbolt still gaining fame while on a real heroic mission, Lil' Lightning then decides to join forces with him, along with the pup, [[spoiler:obviously just to stop them from ''succeeding'' as to prevent Thunderbolt from reclaiming the spotlight]]. Once they reach the bad guys' hideout, [[spoiler:Lightning persuades them to go for an open attack to rescue the puppies instead of a stealth plan, which of course fails and gets Patch and Thunderbolt locked up in cages along with the other puppies. He even reveals to them his true nature and intentions before leaving them behind in their cages]].



* IntergenerationalFriendship: Patch and Thunderbolt in the sequel.



* JustFollowingOrders: Horace and Jasper's excuse in the sequel. They claim Cruella forced them to do her bidding.



* KarmaHoudini: Jasper and Horace in the sequel. Not only do they SOMEHOW escape the police that are seen arresting them at the film's end, but they also become artists themselves, selling sundresses. But this is only seen during the film's end credits. It can be explained because they only followed orders from Cruella and stood up for themselves at the end. Therefore, the police pardoned them.



** Rolly in the first movie -- he almost gets the puppies caught several times, barely fits through the hole in the wall because of his weight, yelping when Tibbs grabs his tail, being the only one to slip on the ice, and almost sliding in line of Jasper's torch and complaining constantly about being hungry.

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** Rolly in the first movie -- he almost gets the puppies caught several times, barely fits through the hole in the wall because of his weight, yelping when Tibbs grabs his tail, being the only one to slip on the ice, and almost sliding in line of Jasper's torch and complaining constantly about being hungry.



* NiceCharacterMeanActor: Lil' Lightning in the sequel. He is portrayed as the serious and tough sidekick on TV, but the real Lightning is jealous of Thunderbolt for always taking the spotlight.



* OneHeadTaller: Cruella with Lars, in the sequel. Gender reversed from the usual form of this trope and avoiding stereotypes associated with taller woman shorter man pairings, actually!



* RemakeCameo: An In-Universe example is mentioned, in "Patch's London Adventure". When Lil' Lightning tells Thunderbolt that the Writers plan to kill him off, he adds that Thunderbolt's not even going to get a Cameo in the Remake?
* RhetoricalQuestionBlunder: When Lars learns Cruella wants to turn the puppies into canvases for his art work, he asks her and her henchmen how they can do something like that. Each bad guy gives a suggestion.



* SuddenlyAlwaysKnewThat: In the sequel, Thunderbolt uses his [[BrickJoke dramatic death scene]] to distract Cruella and her lackeys while the puppies get away.
* TaughtByTelevision: In the sequel, Patch has every episode of "Thunderbolt" memorized and uses the show's plots to first help Thunderbolt do "big hero stuff" and then to rescue his family.



* ThinkNothingOfIt: In the sequel, after the puppies are safe and sound, Pongo thanks Thunderbolt for saving his family, to which he responds "Oh, don't thank me. Thank your son. He's the real hero."



* ThroughAFaceFullOfFur: In the original film, Horace's face turns three shades of red from the heat of the flames in the fireplace on his rear, when Perdita snatches a rug out from under him and causes him to fall back there.

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* ThroughAFaceFullOfFur: In the original film, Horace's face turns three shades of red from the heat of the flames in the fireplace on his rear, when Perdita snatches a rug out from under him and causes him to fall back there.



* WatchThePaintJob: Cruella epicly trashes and then wrecks her ''own'' presumably-valuable classic car in her rage-induced pursuit of the puppies. It even returns in the sequel, having apparently been very cheaply slapped back together. (Guess she's not as rich as she comes across.)

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* WatchThePaintJob: Cruella epicly trashes and then wrecks her ''own'' presumably-valuable classic car in her rage-induced pursuit of the puppies. It even returns in [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatiansIIPatchsLondonAdventure the sequel, sequel]], having apparently been very cheaply slapped back together. (Guess she's not as rich as she comes across.)
24th May '17 10:26:05 AM annette12
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* TheLoad:
** Rolly in the first movie -- he almost gets the puppies caught several times, barely fits through the hole in the wall because of his weight, yelping when Tibbs grabs his tail, being the only one to slip on the ice, and almost sliding in line of Jasper's torch and complaining constantly about being hungry.
** Lucky, though to a lesser extent; his only issue being his TV addiction, which nearly interferes with ''Tibbs trying to rescue him''.



* TheMillstone:
** Rolly in the first movie -- he almost gets the puppies caught several times, barely fits through the hole in the wall because of his weight, yelping when Tibbs grabs his tail, being the only one to slip on the ice, and almost sliding in line of Jasper's torch and complaining constantly about being hungry.
** Lucky, though to a lesser extent; his only issue being his TV addiction, which nearly interferes with ''Tibbs trying to rescue him''.
24th May '17 10:21:42 AM annette12
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** LaughablyEvil: As ruthless as she and her goons are in stealing (and attempted murder of) the puppies, their overblown whimsy and bumbling make up a lot of the movie's humor. It helps that Roger starts singing TheVillainSucksSong and then starts playing it in the attic as background noise when Cruella first appears onscreen.

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** * LaughablyEvil: As ruthless as she Cruella and her goons are in stealing (and attempted murder of) the puppies, their overblown whimsy and bumbling make up a lot of the movie's humor. It helps that Roger starts singing TheVillainSucksSong and then starts playing it in the attic as background noise when Cruella first appears onscreen.



* TheLoad: Rolly in the first movie -- he almost gets the puppies caught several times, barely fits through the hole in the wall because of his weight, yelping when Tibbs grabs his tail, being the only one to slip on the ice, and almost sliding in line of Jasper's torch and complaining constantly about being hungry. Lucky also counts, though to a lesser extent; his only issue being his TV addiction, which nearly interferes with ''Tibbs trying to rescue him''.



* MamaBear[=/=]PapaWolf: As if traveling through the English countryside in the middle of winter to save their puppies wasn't enough, Pongo and Perdita are '''scary''' when they face off against Horace and Jasper, snarling with bared teeth and their eyes flashing red. Considering they just interrupted the Baduns as they were about to '''bludgeon their children to death''', who can blame them?

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* MamaBear[=/=]PapaWolf: MamaBear: As if traveling through the English countryside in the middle of winter to save their puppies wasn't enough, Pongo and Perdita are '''scary''' when they face off against Horace and Jasper, snarling with bared teeth and their eyes flashing red. Considering they just interrupted the Baduns as they were about to '''bludgeon their children to death''', who can blame them?


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* TheMillstone:
** Rolly in the first movie -- he almost gets the puppies caught several times, barely fits through the hole in the wall because of his weight, yelping when Tibbs grabs his tail, being the only one to slip on the ice, and almost sliding in line of Jasper's torch and complaining constantly about being hungry.
** Lucky, though to a lesser extent; his only issue being his TV addiction, which nearly interferes with ''Tibbs trying to rescue him''.
24th May '17 10:18:16 AM annette12
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* AdaptationalUgliness: The original illustrations for ''Literature/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'' show Cruella De Vil as an elegant yet cold-hearted beauty. This version turns her into a wild-haired harridan with a corpse-like face.

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* AdaptationalUgliness: The original book illustrations for ''Literature/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'' show Cruella De Vil as an elegant yet cold-hearted beauty. This version turns being fairly attractive looking in spite of her into a wild-haired harridan with a corpse-like face.cold blooded personality. The movie in contrast makes her [[{{Gonk}} very ugly]] to fit her more eccentric personality in the adaptation.



* DogsAreDumb: Subverted with most of them, but played straight with the Colonel.
** In the book, the Colonel is much less bumbling and more of an actual military commander, teaching the dogs how to fight and promoting them whenever they do something awesome.

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* DogsAreDumb: Subverted with most of them, but played straight with the Colonel.
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Colonel. In the book, the Colonel is much less bumbling and more of an actual military commander, teaching the dogs how to fight and promoting them whenever they do something awesome.



* EvilFormerFriend: Cruella was ''apparently'' one of Anita's old school chums - Heaven knows why, since she's an absolute terror even when she's trying to be ''friendly''. Roger immediately takes a disliking to her and quickly (and correctly) assumes that she kidnapped the puppies.



* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Cruella was ''apparently'' one of Anita's old school chums - Heaven knows why, since she's an absolute terror even when she's trying to be ''friendly''. Roger immediately takes a disliking to her and quickly (and correctly) assumes that she kidnapped the puppies.
24th May '17 10:14:42 AM annette12
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* AdaptationalUgliness: The original book illustrations show Cruella as being fairly attractive looking in spite of her cold blooded personality. The movie in contrast makes her [[{{Gonk}} very ugly]] to fit her more eccentric personality in the adaptation.


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* AdaptationalUgliness: The original illustrations for ''Literature/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'' show Cruella De Vil as an elegant yet cold-hearted beauty. This version turns her into a wild-haired harridan with a corpse-like face.
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