101 Dalmatians

101 Dalmatians
101 Dalmatians

Year

1996

Duration

99 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Dalmatians Pongo and Perdy meet and fall in love in a London park. For the sake of their own convenience, the dogs make their human guardians, Roger and Anita, fall in love, too. Unfortunately, Anita's boss Cruella thinks that the best use for dalmatians is for making coats - and that the fur from Pongo and Perdy's puppies would be just the thing for her new fashion collection. Based on the classic children's novel by Dodie Smith.

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Contains infrequent mild language and violence

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