January 25, 1961.
Rereleased in 1969, 1979, 1985 and 1991.
Released on video in 1992.
Cruella De Ville
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This was the first animated feature to solely use the Xerox process for transferring drawings to cels.
The film cost $4 million to produce.
During the twilight bark scene, several of the characters from Lady and the Tramp can be seen in the pet shop window.
Cruella De Vil: Anita dahling!
Anita: Oh hello Cruella, how are you?
Cruella De Vil: Miserable dahling, as usual, perfectly wretched.
Pongo: Everybody here? All fifteen?
Patch: Twice that many, Dad. Now there's 99 of us!
Danny: The humans have tried everything. Now it's up to us dogs, and the twilight bark.
Jasper: I ain't gonna hurt ya.
Horace: But I thought we was gonna pop 'em off.
Jasper: Shh, shut up!
It's A Comedy - It's A Mystery - It's A Thriller - It's New - It's Different - It's Delightful - It's FUN!
It's 'arf comedy...'arf mystery...and it's howlarious!
One great big ONEderful motion picture
There are more than 101 dalmatians in many of the scenes.
Before Anita went into the pond she was carrying a book, but when she is pulled from the pond she is carrying a handbag.
When in the park, Anita's hat changes from black to beige.
There are two moons next to each other when the sky is shown over the city.
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