History Disney / OneHundredAndOneDalmatians

26th Jan '17 11:26:58 PM Statzkeen
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** Also happens later in the film. At one point Cruella is in her car in the street and yells for Jasper and Horace, who are inside a wooden building with a locked barn-style door that leads out to the street. They try to break down the door, and they knock it down right into her face, as it turns out she was parked right outside, leaning out the window.
21st Jan '17 8:12:12 PM Willbyr
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-->[[TheVillainSucksSong "Cruella]] [[EarWorm De Vil"]] by '''Bill Lee'''

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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 Disney's Animated Storybook]]'' 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 Disney's Animated Storybook]]'' ''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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16th Jan '17 4:50:29 PM luiz4200
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* 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.
16th Jan '17 4:45:54 PM luiz4200
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* EvilTwin: Thunderbolt tells Lil' Lightning he'd like to have one in one of his adventures.


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


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* 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.
3rd Jan '17 9:04:30 AM Hedging
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27th Dec '16 4:33:54 PM DrNoPuma
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* CreepyJazzMusic: Roger sings a jazzy TheVillainSucksSong about Cruella de Vil, which describes how wicked and heartless she is.
3rd Dec '16 10:05:17 PM RisefromYourGrave
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Entry #17 in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon. ''Literature/TheHundredAndOneDalmatians'' was adapted for animation by [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Pictures]] and it was the second Disney animated film to be set unambiguously in contemporary times. This 1961 production was also the first to use xerography to ease the inking process and make a film with this much technical complexity (the 101 dogs and their collective innumerable spots) possible. Unfortunately, financial setbacks at the studio, especially in the wake of Creator/WaltDisney's death in 1966, made the process the norm and the technique, now dubbed Disney's "scratchy outline" period, plagued the studio's features for 16 years until technological improvements allowed for softer xeroroxing on ''Disney/TheRescuers''.

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\n->''"Cruella De Vil, Cruella De Vil\\
If she doesn't scare you, no evil thing will\\
To see her is to take a sudden... ''chill''\\
Cruella... Cruella...\\
She's like a spider waiting for the... ''kill''\\
Look out for Cruella De Vil"''
-->[[TheVillainSucksSong "Cruella]] [[EarWorm De Vil"]] by '''Bill Lee'''

Entry #17 in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon. Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon, ''Literature/TheHundredAndOneDalmatians'' was adapted for animation by [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Pictures]] as ''One Hundred and it was One Dalmatians''.[[note]]Usually promoted with the Arabic numeral as ''101 Dalmatians''.[[/note]] The second Disney animated film to be set unambiguously in contemporary times. This times, this 1961 production was also the first to use xerography to ease the inking process and make a film with this much technical complexity (the 101 dogs and their collective innumerable spots) possible. Unfortunately, financial setbacks at the studio, especially in the wake of Creator/WaltDisney's death in 1966, made the process the norm and the technique, now dubbed Disney's "scratchy outline" period, plagued the studio's features for 16 years until technological improvements allowed for softer xeroroxing on ''Disney/TheRescuers''.



The Disney version got a direct animated sequel in 2003 in ''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.

In addition to the movies, the show, and the book, two video games were made. One was the PointAndClickGame ''101 Dalmatians: Escape from [=DeVil=] Manor'' and the other was ''VideoGame/OneHundredAndTwoDalmatiansPuppiesToTheRescue'', a traditional 3D ActionAdventure PlatformGame. Both those games were based on the live-action films, but were styled after the original animated film.

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The Disney version got a direct animated sequel in 2003 in ''Patch's ''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.

In addition to the movies, the show, and the book, two three video games were made. One was an entry in the ''[[VideoGame/DisneysAnimatedStorybook Disney's Animated Storybook]]'' series, another was the PointAndClickGame ''101 Dalmatians: Escape from [=DeVil=] Manor'' Manor'', and the other last was ''VideoGame/OneHundredAndTwoDalmatiansPuppiesToTheRescue'', a traditional 3D ActionAdventure PlatformGame. Both those The latter two games were based on the live-action films, but were styled after the original animated film.
1st Dec '16 7:22:15 AM Prinzenick
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Inverted with Cruella. The original book illustrations show her 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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* {{Gonk}}: Cruella is intentionally designed to be as ugly as sin in this adaptation to match her eccentric personality.
23rd Nov '16 1:32:14 PM Aubren
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**Inverted because at the time the first movie was made, blue was feminine and reds masculine.
13th Nov '16 3:28:57 PM timtom15
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* CaninesPrimaryFelinesSecondary: Sergeant Tibbs the heroic cat ranks lower than Colonel the dog. Interestingly, they both rank lower than the horse, Captain. Also, Sergeant Tibbs is a lone cat in a movie with a cast made up mostly of dogs.
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