With the help of a smooth talking tomcat, a family of Parisian felines set to inherit a fortune from their owner try to make it back home after a jealous butler kidnaps them and leaves them in the country.
Pongo and Perdita have a litter of 15 puppies. Cruella De Vil takes a fancy to the pups, and wants to get hold of them, as well as more pups, to make herself a lovely dalmatian skin coat... Cruella hires some thugs to kidnap the pups and hold them at her mansion. Will Pongo and Perdita find them in time ?Written by
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2 of the Voice Actors in this film had previously been the Narrators in 2 Previous Disney Animated Movies prior. Betty Lou Gerson who did the voice of Cruella De Vil and Miss Birdwell previously did the Opening Narration in Cinderella (1950), whilst Tom Conway who did the voice of The Quizmaster and The Collie previously did the Opening Narration in Peter Pan (1953). See more »
(at around 34 mins) When Pongo starts howling to send out the last part of the Twilight Bark, his four paws temporarily do not make contact with the ground; giving the image of walking on thin air before being pulled back to the ground by his owner. See more »
My story begins in London, not so very long ago. And yet so much has happened since then, that it seems more like an eternity.
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There are no end credits for this feature film. However, the credits are at the beginning. See more »
On the 1992 VHS release of the film, the 1990 Walt Disney Pictures logo takes the place of the Buena Vista title card, so, the Buena Vista title card is placed after the film's ending instead. The Buena Vista title card fades to these 2 bumpers, "Coming to Home Video" and "Coming on Videocassette this Summer" which these 2 bumpers have the text "Walt Disney" from the 1986 Walt Disney Home Video logo. See more »
I liked this film mainly for its drawings. It was a departure from previous Disney animated films in that it had harder-edged drawings instead of the soft pastels. I found the detailed sketches of the building to be fascinating. I could actually watch this film with the sound off and just enjoy the artwork.
I actually saw this movie AFTER the 1996 live-action version with Glenn Close so I was familiar with the story. The only deviation was that there were more animals involved in the rescue of the puppies in the latter version.
The narration was very good in the beginning and film is okay, nothing super. It lags in a few parts, which is the only complaint I would have. It certainly is a nice story.
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