101 Dalmatians

101 Dalmatians
101 Dalmatians

Year

1961

Duration

77 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

The classic cartoon version of the children's story by Dodie Smith. Pongo and Perdita are two dogs leading a happy life in London together- they have successfully paired up their owners, and have recently become the proud parents of 15 adorable puppies. But danger comes from when scary fashion victim Cruella De Vil pays a visit to their owners and is charmed by the pups - she has wicked designs to turn their lovely offspring into a luxurious white-and-black coat! Can Pongo and Perdy save their puppies - plus another 84 little dalmatians that Cruella and her sidekicks have dognapped?

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Contains mild threat and menace

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