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One Hundred And One Dalmatians (1961)



Theatrical releases (in alphabetical order)101 Dalmatians (19612 1996) 102 Dalmatians 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (film) A Bug's Life1 A Goofy Movie2 A Wrinkle in Time ABCD 2: Anybody Can Dance 23 Air Bud Aladdin (19922 2019) Alice in Wonderland (19512 2010) Alice Through the Looking Glass Anaganaga o Dheerudu Angels in the Outfield Arjun the Warrior Prince3 Atlantis: The Lost Empire2 Babes in Toyland (1961) Bambi2 Bambi II2 Beauty and the Beast (19912 2017) Bedknobs and Broomsticks Bedtime Stories Beverly Hills Chihuahua Big Hero 62 Bolt2 Brave1 Brother Bear2 Captain EO Cars1 (1 2 3) Cinderella (19502 2015) Chicken Little2 Christopher Robin Coco1 Cool Runnings D2: The Mighty Ducks D3: The Mighty Ducks Dangal3 Darby O'Gill and the Little People Dinosaur2 Disney Classics Do Dooni Chaar DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp2 Dumbo (19412 2019) Elemental1 Elio1 Enchanted Escape to Witch Mountain (1975) Fantasia 2 Fantasia 20002 Finding Dory1 Finding Nemo1 First Kid Flight of the Navigator Flubber Frankenweenie Frozen2 (1 2) Fun and Fancy Free2 G-Force George of the Jungle (film) George of the Jungle 2 Glory Road Hannah Montana: The Movie Heavyweights Herbie: Fully Loaded Hercules2 High School Musical 3: Senior Year Hocus Pocus Holes Home on the Range2 Honey, I Blew Up the Kid I'll Be Home For Christmas Ice Princess Incredibles 21 Inside Out1 Inspector Gadget (film) Inspector Gadget 2 James and the Giant Peach Jagga Jasoos3 Jungle 2 Jungle Jungle Cruise Khoobsurat (2014 film)3 Kino Lorber Lady and the Tramp (19552 2019) Leroy & Stitch2 Lightyear1 Lilo & Stitch2 Luca Make Mine Music2 Maleficent Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Man of the House (1995) Mary Poppins Mary Poppins Returns Melody Time2 Meet the Robinsons2 Mighty Joe Young (1998) Moana2 Monsters University1 Monsters, Inc.1 Mulan2 Muppets Most Wanted Muppet Treasure Island National Treasure National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets Newsies Noelle Oliver & Company2 Onward1 Operation Dumbo Drop Oz the Great and Powerful Pete's Dragon (1977 2016) Peter Pan (1953 film)2 Piglet's Big Movie2 Pinocchio 2 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Planes2 Planes: Fire & Rescue2 Pocahontas2 Pooh's Heffalump Movie2 Popeye (film) Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (film) Race to Witch Mountain Ralph Breaks the Internet2 Ratatouille1 Raya and the Last Dragon2 Remember the Titans Return to Never Land Return to Oz Roadside Romeo RocketMan (1997 Film) Robin Hood 2 Saludos Amigos2 Sky High Sleeping Beauty2 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs2 So Dear to My Heart Song of the South Soul1 Stitch! The Movie Tall Tale Tangled2 Tarzan2 That Darn Cat (1965 1997) The Absent-Minded Professor The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad2 The Aristocats2 The BFG (film) The Big Green The Black Cauldron2 The Black Hole The Chronicles of Narnia (film series)4 The Emperor's New Groove2 The Fox and the Hound2 The Good Dinosaur1 The Great Mouse Detective2 The Hunchback of Notre Dame2 The Incredibles1 The Jungle Book (19672 1994 22 Mowgli's Story 2016) The Lion King (19942 2019) The Little Mermaid2 The Lizzie McGuire Movie The Lone Ranger The Love Bug (1968) The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh2 The Mighty Ducks The Muppets The Muppet Christmas Carol The Nightmare Before Christmas The Nutcracker and the Four Realms The Odd Life of Timothy Green The Pacifier The Parent Trap (1961 1998) The Princess and the Frog2 The Princess Diaries The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement The Reluctant Dragon The Rescuers2 The Rescuers Down Under2 The Rocketeer The Santa Clause The Santa Clause 2 The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause The Secret of the Magic Gourd5 The Shaggy Dog (1959 2006) The Sorcerer's Apprentice The Straight Story The Sword in the Stone2 The Three Caballeros2 The Three Musketeers (1993) The Tigger Movie2 The Ugly Dachshund The Wild (2006 film) Toy Story1 (1 2 3 4) Treasure Planet2 Tron Tron: Legacy Turning Red1 Underdog (film) Up1 Valiant WALL-E1 Winnie the Pooh2 Wreck-It Ralph2 Zokkomon3 Zootopia2




One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)


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Walt Disney's studio spent almost the entire 1950s working on Sleeping Beauty and when it was released in January of 1959, nearly four full years had passed since a previous animated feature's debut. The ambitious, costly, Tchaikovsky-flavored fairy tale nearly bankrupted Disney, so it was quite opportune that the already-in-progress next animated feature wouldn't take nearly as long or much to produce. That film, 101 Dalmatians, harked back to Sleeping's immediate predecessor, the 1955 hit Lady and the Tramp, by centering on a cast of talking dogs. But even compared to that CinemaScope canine comedy, it was decidedly down-to-earth.Adapted from Englishwoman Dodie Smith's 1956 novel The Hundred and One Dalmatians, the film launches with one of the livelier credits sequences to head an animated Disney feature, before moving to an equally spirited sincere start. We are introduced to a pair of London bachelors: the lovesick dalmatian Pongo and his pipe-smoking songwriter "pet" Roger Radcliff. Pongo narrates as he scopes out and assesses human/dog pairs of females parading down the sidewalk. When he spots a pretty dalmatian and her equally fetching lady, Pongo pounces on the opportunity to drag Roger out to the park for a walk. Not all goes as planned, but love wins out and, very soon, Roger and the woman, Anita, are exchanging marital vows while Pongo and his lady, named Perdita, enter a similar arrangement.The newly-formed four-member Radcliff family isn't overflowing with space or money (though they are able to afford the warm, caring Nanny), but they do seem to have an abundance of love, as evidenced by news of a pregnancy (Perdita's). With the puppies' birth just a few weeks away, Anita is paid a visit by her old schoolmate, the hideous Cruella De Vil, who wishes to lay claim to the newborn dalmatians.When Roger refuses to let any of Pongo and Perdita's fifteen pups leave their custody, Cruella decides to take matters into her own hands, hiring henchmen Horace and Jasper to commit that most wretched act of dognapping. The remainder of the film details the efforts of the pups and their parents to reunite, with some help from other animals who are summoned by that classic canine communication system, The Twilight Bark. The title count is realized when the young victims are joined by 84 additional dalmatians (these being of the uncollared variety).101 Dalmatians is probably the best example of a film that embodies the phrase "Disney animated classic" without being especially like its kin or telling a grand story. Particularly in the winning first half, the screenplay is airy, the mood is light, and the setting is downright ordinary. Spending time with the two pleasant couples and the spunky lot of pups is a most welcome task, even if the humor is as gentle as "Rolly" insisting he's still hungry and the offspring investing in a "Lassie"-esque TV program.In the skeletal, judgmental, chain-smoking, fur-loving Cruella De Vil, the movie uncovers a larger than life villain whose impact lingers, even if she only claims about as much screentime as her British thugs. Horace and Jasper are naturally doltish, but not in the most expected of ways, and they're written well enough to rank highly on the long list of dim-witted baddies. Still, their duty is mostly performed in the film's latter, more routine portions. It's Cruella who makes the big splash and who is easily distinguished not just as the film's boldest personality but as an antagonist for the ages.Far from daring or melodramatic, Dalmatians is brisk, breezy, and always very appealing. The turns in the rescue plot sustain interest but don't make the ongoing chase as unforgettable as hoped. Instead, it's the smaller moments and gags that win us over, like the owner/dog pairs who reflect one another (a joke later put to good use in live-action for The Ugly Dachshund), the family dynamic that quickly emerges (and, one wishes, weren't set aside so soon), and the affectionate but still on-target satire of television programming. Sometimes, you don't need more than a functional concept, a good story, and durable characters. With little music and only slightly more action, 101 Dalmatians handily becomes one of Disney's best animated features. Cruella De Vil stands as the film's most memorable creation, both in the angular woman herself and the tune Roger pens in her honor. The most recent Disney character to crack the American Film Institute's 100 Heroes and Villains list, Cruella ranked 39th among cinema's scoundrels. (Interestingly, the heroic counterpart for her rank was none other than Lassie.) The film certainly does have more than just a good villain to offer and it has stood the test of time, wielding the power to charm today's audiences over 50 years since its initial release.101 Dalmatians first appeared on DVD in the fall of 1999 among the nine animated Disney films released as barren "Limited Issue" discs. In 2008, it finally received a worthier release as a 2-Disc Platinum Edition DVD. It's taken another long wait for the movie to hit Blu-ray, becoming one of Disney's last animated features to reach the format in North America. It does so in today's Diamond Edition Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD combo pack.Happily, the original Buena Vista Distribution title card is restored to the beginning of the film, dropping the modern Disney logo found at the start of the Platinum Edition DVD's presentation and allowing the movie to be rounded back down to its original 79-minute runtime. (A brief incarnation of the current CG castle still plays at the film's end.) 041b061a72


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