One Hundred and One Dalmatians
Adventure • G • 1961 • 1 hr 19 min
The cruella theme song and dog chase scenes are the best
Filled with memorable bits, the main characters are actually the least interesting (as often happens with Disney)
A classic! Really entertaining, charming, witty, emotionally charged, adventurous and simply lovely cartoon with a memorable villain Cruella
A classic! Great animations, great music, and great villain. Loved it then & love it now.
It was a rather dark movie but it's still Disney so it was good
Disney from a bygone era, hand-drawn animation, cinematic production, and amazing detail. Worth watching just for its quality presentation.
I love this era of Disney, such a great show, lots of things to appreciate in this one
The "scratchy" animation style and the backgrounds are well-paired. The dogs and their owners are sympathetic characters. A classic!
Another Disney film focussed on animals that doesn't gel (for me). Often true with exceptions like Dumbo, Lion King (Mickey doesn't count).
I have an interest in villains, and Cruella is one of my favourite villains. The movie is good too.
When a litter of dalmatian puppies are abducted by the minions of Cruella De Vil, the parents must find them before she uses them for a diabolical fashion statement. In a Disney animation classic, Dalmatian Pongo is tired of his bachelor-dog life. He spies lovely Perdita and maneuvers his master, Roger, into meeting Perdita's owner, Anita. The owners fall in love and marry, keeping Pongo and Perdita together too. After Perdita gives birth to a litter of 15 puppies, Anita's old school friend Cruella De Vil wants to buy them all. Roger declines her offer, so Cruella hires the criminal Badun brothers to steal them -- so she can have a fur coat.
Being one of 101 takes its toll on Patch, who doesn't feel unique. When he's accidentally left behind on moving day, he meets his idol, Thunderbolt, who enlists him on a publicity campaign.