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  • Actors: Glenn Close, Jeff Daniels, Joely Richardson, Joan Plowright, Hugh Laurie
  • Directors: Stephen Herek
  • Writers: John Hughes, Dodie Smith
  • Producers: Bill Ryan, David Molina, Edward S. Feldman, John Hughes, Rebekah Rudd
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, NTSC, Special Edition, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Video
  • Release Date: Sept. 16 2008
  • Run Time: 103 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001B1T7BU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,014 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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One of Pongo and Perdita's 15 Dalmatian puppies, our Rolly Mini Bean Bag Plush loves to watch TV with you. Luckily, this soft-stuffed toy of the hungry spotted pup lets you keep all the snacks for yourself!

It's hard to know who thought it would be a good idea to make a live-action version of Disney's animated classic. The one bright notion anyone had was casting Glenn Close as Disney über-villainess Cruella de Vil; her flashing eyes and angular features are a perfect match and do credit to what is one of the most indelible animated characters Disney has ever created. The story remains essentially the same, focusing on Cruella's plot to kidnap the puppies of a young married couple (Jeff Daniels and Jolie Richardson) and make them into a coat. But the dreaded John Hughes, who wrote this script, fills it with sadistic slapstick and far too few genuine laughs. The human actors work hard, but to little avail; thankfully, there's a passel of puppies to regularly steal scenes when the going gets dreary--although there are only so many laughs to be had from inappropriate dog puddles. --Marshall Fine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Verhaeren on June 23 2003
Format: DVD
This is a live action movie for the 1961 animated movie with the same expect for the animated movie was titled One Hundred and One Dalmatians. This one is title 101 Dalmatians, which makes it easy to write. The first ran about 80 minutes, and this one runs about 103 minutes. In the animated movie, Curuella De Vil and Anita were school mates, and here Cruella DeVille is Anita's boss. In the animated movie Roger worked as a songwriter, but in this movie, he is a video game disigner, who can't win the approval of a boy (Zohren Weiss), and he can't come up with a good villian for his games. As the movie opens, we meet Roger (Jeff Dianels), and his dalmatian Pongo, who takes walks around London. And we meet Anita (Joelyn Richardson) who works as a fashion designer for Cruella De Vil (Glenn Close). Cruella De Vil asks Anita to step in her office, and makes one change to Anita's drawing, to create a fur coat, and amits that she loves and lives for fur. One day Roger is out on a walk with Pongo, and all of a sudden, he finds another dalmatian and falls in love with this dalamtian. And he keeps running so fast, until he loses his owner, and the bike crashes into a park bench, which causes Roger to go falling into a pond. When he gets out, he goes off looking for Pogno, and mistakes Anita's dog for her own, (Anita's dog is calle Percy), they meet, and all a sudden, Anita ends up heaving her dog chaing after Pondgo, and she ends up into the pond, and wet like Roger. They go to Roger's house, where they discover a problem, their dogs has fallen in love, and both will be heart broken, when Anita and her dogs has to leave, and meaning to ask Anita if she would like another cup of tea, he says "Would you like another cup of marriage?" And before you know, they become husband a wife.
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It was a stroke of genius for the legendary Disney Studio to decide to remake their classic 1961 animated feature "101 Dalmatians", as a live action feature. Never a great fan of remakes, I feel this story is a natural for a live action version and on first viewing it totally won me over. It has so much to offer viewers of all ages, whether it be its 99 gorgeous Dalmatian puppies that would melt the heart of any dog lover, a top class production with terrific sets, locations and stunts or a wonderfully wicked villianess in the incomparable Cruella De Vil played to perfection by gifted actress Glenn Close.
The film follows closely the original story and tells the tale of London couple Roger and Anita who meet through a Dalmatian dog mixup in a London Park and fall in love, marry and find themselves the happy "parents" of 15 beautiful Dalmatian puppies when their Dalmatians Pongo and Perdita begin a family of their own. Their happiness is short lived however when Anita's boss the dastardly Cruella De Vil spots the puppies and immediately makes plans to have the puppies kidnapped so that she can turn their pelts into the extravagant spotted fur coat she has always dreamed of having. What ensures is a comical tale full of laughs, great stunts and hilarious situations of the "boo the villian, cheer the dogs" variety. The Dalmatian parents, with the aid of many assorted members of the animal kingdom from woodpeckers, squirrels, and assorted sheep pigs, and dogs not only succeed in tracking down the missing puppies in their hideout but also outwit Cruella and her incompetent accomplices at every turn.
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While I thought the animated old version was adorable and funny, this remake is far from that..........I bought this video for my daughter when she was 4, and after watching it, she became upset for months about Cruella and scary robbers. This movie gave her her first nightmares, even though we hadn't even finished the film. While we were watching, she started to get tears in her eyes. I asked her if I should shut it off, and she said yes. She saw enough dark gloomy scenes in the castle, evil dialogue from the robbers, and Cruella talking about smashing the puppies heads in and skinning them to traumatize her for quite awhile............I was so angry about this being considered a movie suitable for all ages, that I e-mailed Disney with my angry thoughts. No response. I read a review of one parent saying they watch this repeatedly with a 18 month old and he loves it. Beware, he is responding only to the visual stimuli, not absorbing the plot. An older child between 3 and 8 might find this quite frightening. ..................Disney movies aren't necessarily heartwarming or innocent. Everyone loves a great villain, but when they are played by real people and not cartoons, a young child WILL find them frightening. There's too much violence and cruelty in 101 Dalmatians, and this film should only be for children over 8. By that time, they have a better understanding of reality and fantasy. No matter how bright, (my daughter is gifted), below the age of 8, their emotions are not ready for this film. ...............As much as Cruella is a great character, can't deny that...she's not for the young and impressionable. Know what you are showing your child ahead of time if you have any reservations about possible inappropriate content by previewing alone first.Read more ›
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