101 Dalmatians (1996) Script

We're all familiar with the illegal poaching...

Of endangered animals in the wild...

But never before has an animal in captivity been slaughtered for its pelt.

Animal protection groups that monitor the international trade...

In game contraband have further told us...

That a white Siberian tiger is so rare that the offer...

Of a pelt would surely draw the attention... -

Of law enforcement agencies.

Shortly before dawn this morning...

Security staff at London Zoo discovered the excoriated carcass...

Of its prized three-year-old female Siberian tiger, Sue Ling.

Police sources have suggested...

That the killing was contracted by a private collector.

Oh, isn't that horrible? Who'd do a thing like that?

If the battle to preserve endangered species has moved into the urban zoological park...

We must ask ourselves if any animal in the world is safe.

- This is Tim Ryan, reporting from London Zoo.

Another bad day for the animal kingdom.

Oh, one day...

Very soon, Pongo, I'm going to make a sale.

We're fast approaching the point where I'm gonna have to start eating your table scraps.


I was exaggerating. Well, shall we?

It's not that bad.

It's very important this meeting goes well.

You know how I am about meetings.

I tend to get a little, well, nervous.

When I get nervous, I say things, I do things I shouldn't say, I shouldn't do.

And the next thing we know, freelancing.

He's got the best instincts in the industry.

Since he was six, he's picked the top-selling game every year.


What do you think?

Potentially good graphics, reasonably entertaining premise...

The dog's well-conceived and the environments are engaging.

But I'm not interested in a game that has...

A chubby little dogcatcher as the bad guy.

Even girls won't like this game.

Sorry, mate. - Yeah, but wait, wait, wait. Herbert, wait!

What if there were a better villain? You know, someone you could really hate?

It's not hatred that's important. It's a desire to annihilate.

Top of the morning to ya, Ma'am.

Morning, Ma'am.

Morning, Miss de Vil's office. Could you hold, please?

Yes, I'll be with you in a moment. Could you hold, please?

Thank you. Good morning, Miss de Vil's office. Could you hold?

Good morning, Miss de Vil.

Morning, Miss de Vil. Morning.

Morning, Ma'am.

Anita, darling.

Good morning, Cruella.

What a charming dog. Thank you.

Spots? Yes, she's dalmatian.

Inspiration? Yes.

Long hair or short? Short.

Coarse or fine? I'm afraid it is a little coarse.

Pity! - But it was very fine when she was a puppy.

Redemption! We need to have a little girl talk.

Come to my office.

Bring the drawing.

Now, darling, tell me more about these spots.

I did leopard spots in the '80s.

Well, dalmatian spots are a little different, aren't they?

Cozy. Classic. Cuddly. Less trashy.

Exactly! Do you like spots, Frederick?

Oh, I don't believe so, Madame. I thought we liked stripes this year.

What kind of sycophant are you?

Um, what kind of sycophant would you like me to be'?


I'm beginning to see spots.

What would it cost us to start again on next year's line? - Millions.

Can we afford it? Well, yes...

Pay it, darling. Now go away. I have to talk to Anita.


Did you ask Anita if she'd like something to drink?

Oh, I-I... I'm fine, thank you.

Sit down, please.

How long have you been working for me'?

Two years last August.

And you've done wonderful work in that time. - Thank you.

I don't see you socially, do I? No.

And you're not very well-known, despite your obvious talent.

Well, notoriety doesn't mean very much to me.

Your work is fresh and clean, unfettered, unpretentious.

It sells. And one of these days...

My competitors are going to suss out who you are...

And they're going to try to steal you away.

Oh, no. If I left, it wouldn't be for another job.

Oh, really? What would it be for?

Well, I don't know.

Um, if I met someone, if working here didn't fit in with our plans.

Marriage. Perhaps.

More good women have been lost to marriage...

Than to war, famine, disease and disaster.

You have talent, darling. Don't squander it.

Well, I don't think that it's something we have to worry about.

I don't have any prospects. Thank God.

Well, I should be getting back to work.

Yes, please do. Alonzo.

The drawing.

Take the drawing from Anita and hand it to me!

Is that difficult?

Thank you.

Now go. Stand somewhere 'til I need you.

I look wonderful in spots.

However, I would like to make one small change.

We could do this in linen.

It would be stunning in fur.

But you'll be wearing it to the Chesterton Trials.

That's in April. Fur would be inappropriate.

But it's my only true love, darling.

I live for fur. I worship fur.

After all, is there a woman in all this wretched world who doesn't?

Give it to Anita.


It is rather amusing, isn't it?

What is?

Well, if we make this coat...

It would be as if I were wearing your dog.

Woof! Woof!

[ Si9hi"91 Sorry, Pongo. I didn't mean to take so long.

If I could just sell a game, we might be able to get a car. -

Come on.




Pongo! Slow down!

Slow down! Hey! Watch it!


"Pongo! Hey!"


Pongo! Pongo! Pongo!







No, Pongo! Aaah!

Aaah! Stop! Stop! Ooh!







I don't think he wanted to do that.

There we go, Perdy.

Oh, now stop it. Okay, go!

Go fetch it. Good girl! Come on, bring it back.

Come here. Come here.

Yeah, good girl.

Okay. Oh, now, come on, let's go again.



Go fetch the ball.


Hello. Who are you?


I got you.

Very smart. Very funny.

Everybody had a good laugh. Let go of that dog!

Stay outta this, lady. Stop it, or I'll... I'll hit you!

Today is not a good day to threaten me, Ma'am.

I don't care if it's a good day or a bad day, I'll hit you nonetheless!

Whatever. - Okay, I gave you a good and proper warning.

Look, I've had...

Now, release my dog...

Or I'll hit you again!

Your dog?

Yes, that is my dog. Will you let her go?

Excuse me.

He's a she. - -

- -

Hello, Pongo.

I, beg your pardon, Ma'am.

I'm sorry. My mistake.

What do you got in that purse of yours? Rocks? - Oh, no.

Bricks. I've been paving my garden...

And every time I see a discarded brick, I just pick it up.

How many did you find today? Three.

Three? Oh, well, that's what I would've guessed. -

Why are you all wet? I went swimming in the pond.

Oh, you shouldn't have. The water's filthy. -

Yes, and it tastes like fish.

And, um, you've lost a shoe. Did you know that?

Yes, I did. As a matter of fact, I did.

I noticed it running down the gravelled path. - Oh, I'm ever so sorry.

I mean, you know, I thought if you were silly enough to go swimming in a dirty pond...

You'd be silly enough not to realize you'd lost a shoe.

Actually, I crashed my bicycle in the pond.

And the only part of my body that wasn't injured was my head.

But now, thanks to you, I got the complete set of bodily injuries.

Well, it was nice being assaulted by you, Ms....- Oh, my name's Anita.

Anita? And yours is Roger.

Um, I read it on your dog's identification tag. - Oh. Oh, yes.

Well, nice meeting you. I hope I didn't alarm you.

Oh, no, that's fine since...

Well, we both seem to have a certain fondness for dalmatians.



Well, they certainly have...

A certain fondness for each other, don't they? - Yeah.

Well, Pongo...

Your roving eye's gotten me in enough trouble for one day.

Why don't you come with me and we'll go home?

Um, are you sure you'll be all right? Perhaps you should call your doctor.

I'll be fine, fine. Just... Good luck with your bricks.

If you have a concussion, you shouldn't be left alone, you know.

Pongo, you could've gotten me killed, you know that? -

You risk losing your master for a brief frolic with a female?

Come on.

Jolly nice human, don't you think?

Fools aren't born, Pongo. Pretty girls make them in their spare time.

Shall we? Come on.

Excuse me. I'm sorry. Thank you.




You have it all wrong, Pongo. I'm simply trying to decide on a route home.

It has nothing whatsoever to do with Anita... if that's even what her name is.


J5 Perdy!

What is it? Oh!

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0h! Oh! Perdy!

Stop! Look out!

Perdy, stop!


Aaah! Look out!



Oh, I've never been rescued before.

It was very exciting. You were ever so sweet to give me a kiss.

That wasn't a kiss. That was mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.

Oh. Besides, it... it didn't work very well.

You're supposed to lie flat on your back and remain still.

I couldn't really do it properly with your arms around my neck.

I'm ever so sorry. No, no, no, that's quite all right.

Well, you give a very good rescue.

Thank you.


I think we have a problem.

I think my dog is in love.

I think mine is, too.

Why is that a problem?

They're going to be brokenhearted when you leave.

Oh, I don't think I could bear to live with a brokenhearted dalmatian.

Yes, they're miserable when they're lonely.

Well, we'd better think of something. I agree.

Do you want another cup of marriage? Excuse me'?

Tea? Another cup of tea?

You said "marriage." Marriage?

Yes, that's what you said. I... I mean, you meant to say "tea"...

But it... it came out "marriage."

Oh, I'm sorry.

Do you want another cup of tea?

I do.

You... You do?

I will.

You will?

If you ask me.

Would you?


For as much as Roger and Anita...

Have consented together in holy wedlock...

And have witnessed the same before God and this company...

And thereto have given and pledged their troth either to other...

And declared the same...

By the giving and receiving of a ring...

And by joining of hands...

I pronounce that they be man and wife together.

In the name of the Father...

And of the Son and of the Holy Ghost.

Amen. Amen.

God the Father, God the Son...

God the Holy Ghost...

Bless, preserve and keep you.

The Lord, mercifully with his favor, look upon you...

And so fill you with all spiritual benediction and grace...

That ye may so live together in this life...

And in the world to come.

And may you have life everlasting.

Amen. Amen.

Right. Now let me tell you a bit about this bloke Skinner before we meet him.

Now supposedly, when he was quite young...

This dog tore open his throat...

And ripped out his vocal cords...

Leaving him brutally scarred and completely mute.

He cannot talk at all.

Now pay atten- Look at me. Pay attention.

This is very important. There are two things you must not do with Skinner.

Right? One:

Do not look at the horrendous scar on his neck.

Two: Don't talk to him.

Understand? Not a word. Right.


Look at the size of that scar!

No bloody wonder you can't talk, mate!

Excuse me just a minute, would you'?

Gol. Bloody gruesome line of work you're in, Skinner.

The sight of all these deceased creatures gives me a shrinky winky.

Much obliged, sunshine.

How could she do this to me?

Morning, Ma'am. Sit!

Tea? Please.


Thank you.

Thank you.

Ooh, oh, what a beautiful day, Ma'am.

Blue skies, birds singing...

The laughter of school children riding on the gentle breeze...

Get on with it, you imbecile!

Well, I...

I have here a present from Mr. Skinner.


Oh, it's magnificent.

Hello, my beauty.

Oh, come, come. Come with me.

Come with me, my darling. Let me see you.


You were a big, bad boy, weren't you, darling?

Yes, yes, yes.

Siberian tiger suits Madame very well, indeed.

Mirror, mirror on the wall...

Who's the fairest of them all?

You are.

I remember you were always very good at drawing...

When you were a little girl.

And now to be with you again as you start a family of your own...

Is like a dream come true.

Oh, Nanny.

I don't think Roger and I are quite ready to start a family yet.

Oh, that's a shame. Aw, well, first the puppies.

Then the babies.


If I've done my job right, Pongo...

When this new villain comes up, you're gonna run from the room in a panic.


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It's unmistakable, dear.

It's unmistakable, dear.

It's the look every woman gets when she knows she's going to be a mother.

Notice how tranquil she is.

Her eyes are soft and warm.

Though you might not see it...

You can certainly feel that she's smiling.

It's the smile we wear...

When we're guarding a precious secret.

And now that she's living for others as well as herself...

She's eating more.

And every now and again...

For no reason other than she's so happy with herself, she sighs.

I think you're right, Nanny.

I think she does look different.

Oh, my goodness. What is it, Nanny?


I think you're going to have a puppy.


Thank you so much.

A month's time for a checkup, please? All right.

See you again soon, all right?


Well, he said it's all great, um, the baby's nice and big...

It's the right size. That's wonderful!

Oh, no. What?


Anita, darling!

Oh, Anita.

Those dazzling dogs!

And you must be Rufus.

No, it's... it's Roger. And it's a pleasure, Miss de Vil.

What's a pleasure? Making your acquaintance.

Such a sweet thought. I wish I could reciprocate.

Tell me, darling, you married him for his dog.

Oh, darling, I've missed you so.

I hate that you've taken leave.

But I'm still working. Um, you've been getting my sketches?

Well, it's not the same thing. I miss the interaction...

And what is it that you do...

That allows you to support Anita in such... splendor?

I design video games. Video games?

Is he having me on'?

Oh, no, he's very good at it. Um, and it's a growing business.

Those horrible noisy things that children play with on their televisions?

Someone designs them? What a senseless thing to do with your life.

Oh, did Anita tell you the news?

She's going to have a baby.

Is this true?


Oh, you poor thing! I'm so sorry.

We're very excited about it, Cruella.

You can't be serious. She is!

Well, what can I say? Accidents will happen.

We're having puppies, too! Puppies!

You have been a busy boy.

Well, I must say, that's somewhat better news. I adore puppies!

I'll expect a decline in your work product. - Oh, I shouldn't think so.

Be sure to let me know when the blessed event occurs.

Oh, well, it won't be for another eight months.

The puppies, darling.


I've no use for babies.

Cheerio! Cheerio, darling!

If I'm this nervous about your puppies...

What am I gonna be like when my baby arrives?

How can you be so calm?


Oh, my goodness! Oh! Oh!


Is it time? Is there something I can do?

Maybe... Maybe I can be of some help!

All right, get out, peek in through the window...

And see if those puppies have come yet.

Can I borrow your umbrella?

Be careful when you open it.

They're here! The puppies are here!

You're a father, Pongo!

-Two.- Two!

You're a father twice!

Make that three!

Three! Three, Pongo!

Oh, my goodness! Four! Four!


Did you hear that, boy? Fifteen puppies!


We lost one.

I'm sorry, Pongo. I'm so sorry.

I wonder.


Fifteen! We have 15 puppies!

Look. Oh!

Goodness gracious! It's a miracle!

Anita, 15!

Fifteen again! Oh!

We must call this one "Lucky."

Look! Look at him.


How's Perdy? She's tired.

Oh, bringing 15 puppies into the world, I guess she's got a right.

Yeah. But they're so beautiful.

You can go in now, Pongo.

Here we are, Perdy. Yes, it's Lucky.

Now make room, you others.

Well done, Perdy. There's a good girl.

I'll leave you two alone.

I'm glad I'm only having the one.


Anita? There you are!

Where are the puppies? They should have arrived by now.

How marvelous.

How marvelous!

How perfect...

Oh, the devil take it! They're mongrels!

No spots! No spots at all!

What horrible little white rats!

Oh, but their spots don't come 'til later.

You're sure? Yes.

All right, put them in a bag. I'll take them with me now.

What? They were just born! I can see that!

But, Cruella, the puppies have to be with their mother for several weeks.

They're not ready to leave. - Fine, put the little brutes on reserve for me.

How much would you like? They're not for sale.

Oh'? You've come into some money, have you'?

Did you design some silly game...

That will drive the delinquent kiddies into frenzies of video delight?

As a matter of fact, I have... No, no, what Roger means to say...

Is that we're not sure we're going to sell the puppies. Anita, don't be ridiculous!

You can't possibly afford to keep them.

I'll pay you twice what they're worth.

Come now, I'm being more than generous. £500!

On! £7,500!

Fair? £2 per spot.

But, Cruella, what would you do with 15 puppies?

But that's irrelevant, Anita. She can't have any because they're not for sale!

I'm getting very tired of you, Roland!

Roger! Whatever. Take it.

Take it.

Take it!


The puppies are not for sale.

You're quite... sure?

Yes. Yes.

All right, keep the little beasts.

Do what you like with them. Drown them, for all I care!

You're a fool, Anita! I've no use for fools.

You're fired! You're finished!

You'll never work in fashion again! I'm through with all of you!

I'll get even! Just wait!

You'll be sorry, you fools! You idiots!

Good evening, Madame. Out of my way!


Hello, Pongo.

♪ Everybody I

♪ Everybody wants to be a cat ♪

♪ Everybody I

♪ Everybody I

♪ Everybody wants to be a cat ♪ Come on, you two, let's go home.

Thank you, Pongo.

They're here! I've got them!

Anita, Roger.

I'm in the living room. Now come on down and have a look.

Oh, you as well.

You heard that, did you?

Wait 'til you see what I've got for you in this bag. Ha!

♪ Chestnuts roasting on the open fire ♪ Jewel, look.

♪ Jack Frost nipping at your nose ♪ Let me put this on you. Oh.

♪ Yuletide carols being sung by a choir ♪ Dipstick?

Come on.

That a boy. Oh, yeah.

Oh, yeah.

Yeah, yeah, I know.



♪ Tiny tots with their eyes all aglow ♪


- I know. No, I know. You all like to do it.

Come on, there we go, there we go, there we go.

[ Si9hi"91 [ Si9hi"91 Wizzer. Wizzer.

Right, we're on.


Get your own!

Somebody didn't finish their supper.

We're on a budget.

"Waste not, want not," that's my motto.

Who on earth?

Corning. Corning!


Good evening, Madame. Oh, my goodness!

It's all right, lady. We're professionals. -


Come here!

Get her off! Time to go now!

Let go of me! Straight ahead. Straight ahead.

Police, help! Police, help! Push! Push!

Get in there! Fingers!

Let me out of here! Let me out!

Open the door! Oh, do shut up!

Open the door! Police!

Police! I'll see you go to prison for this...

If it's the last thing I do.


Well, the old bird put up a good fight.

I like a bit of spirit in the woman.

That's all right for you to say. You didn't get smashed in the face.

Shh, shh, shh.

Aw! Give me the bag.

Come on, come on.


All right, come here, you...

Spotty little... dog!

Evening, General.

Montgomery! Heel, boy!

Heel, boy! Heel!

Jasper... Stop it now!

Do you know what I think? What's that?

I think that bulldog knows what we just done.

Nah, it's a dog, Horace.

Dog's ain't got the brains to figure things out.

Come on. At ease!


Come on home, Montgomery!

I mean, I think... Pongo! Perdy!

Help! Police!

Where are they?

Oh, no! They've taken the puppies.

Anita! Roger!

Thank God they're home!

Oh, thank goodness you've come.

Why? What is it? The puppies.

Two men, they've stolen the puppies. I tried to stop them.

They locked me in the cupboard.

I shouted and shouted, but nobody came.

Good evening, Madame.

I sincerely hope I've not disturbed your relaxation...

But I have some good news. Did you get the puppies?


All of them?

Every single one.

My faith in your limited intelligence is momentarily restored.

Oh! You are too kind, Madame.

They've got the 15!

Add them to the other puppies we've already stolen...

And I have my cozy puppy coat.

I'll be wearing Anita's dogs.


Right, well, I'm gonna fill me snoot and go to bed. I'm dead tired.

I'm hearing dogs again, Jasper.

Oh, shut up in there!

You keep your chin up. We'll do our best. - Thank you, Inspector.

Good night, Madame. Good night.

He was most sympathetic.

He says they're going to do the best they can.

For what that's worth.

Do you think they'll find them? - How are they going to find 15 little puppies...

In a city this size?

If they're even in the city. What can the police do?

What can we do? What can anyone do?

Woof! Woof! Woof!

- -




Did you hear that? What?

Did you hear that? What?

That noise.

What noise? That noise I just heard.

Did you hear it? Oh, yeah.

Yeah. It sounded just like a complete berk asking me irritating questions.

Oh, good, it's stopped now.

I'll be honest with you, mate.

This job is fast losing its charm.

The housing stinks; the food's lousy...

The lavatory facilities are appalling...

And so far, we haven't been paid so much as one quid.

Oh, will you stop moaning!

Look, this time tomorrow night, it's all over.

We get our boodle, we'll be out of here before you can say, "Dead puppies."

Now, go to sleep

[ Sniffs 1

- -

Mr. Skinner, suspicions are mounting.

Police are everywhere.

I want the job done tonight. Can you do it?

Any way you want. Poison them. Drown them.

Bash them on the head! Got any chloroform?

I don't care how you kill the little beasts. Just do it and do it now!

Pongo and Perdy will turn up, won't they?

If you ask me, they will. I think they just went looking for the puppies.

You know who did this, don't you?

I, for one, wouldn't be the least bit surprised.

She has a horrible temper on her.

The dogs never cared for her.

Dogs have a sixth sense about things like that.

They can smell ill intentions.

Roger, What? What's wrong? Nanny, what did I do with my portfolio?

It's in the nursery closet, dear.


She did steal the puppies, and this is why.

She's going to kill the puppies.

Right, that's it. Time to let the little yappers have it.

We ain't supposed to do it. That's Skinner's job.

Well, Skinner isn't here, is he?

Besides, I don't see why that little runt should have all the fun.

How'd you wanna do it?

Well, personally, I think I favor the fire iron.

Why, that... that'll be Miss de Vil.

Fix your shirt and tart up your hair.

Good eve... ning.


Anybody there?

Maybe we was hearing things.


Get out of my truck! Yeah!

Go on! Get outta here!


There's plenty more where that came from, should you elect to come back.

I don't believe it.


I don't care what you say.

We bloody well better be careful.

Yeah, that's right. What we better be careful of...

Is the huge, thundering macroeconomic bulk of your stupidity.

I ain't takin' any more lip from you, mate.

Oh, forget about that. We have got 99 stinking puppies to find and kill.

Now get on with it!

Here, puppies.

Here, puppies.

PUP, PUP, Pup, pup, puppies.

Come here, you speckled lap rat.



You bug...

You come here! I'm gonna get you, you little...



Good evening, madame.

Good evening. Hello.

What are you doing up there?

I'm... I was... I was just fetching the puppies, ma'am.

And where... are... the puppies?

Oh! There. You see, once again...

Madame has, like a laser, gone straight to the heart of the issue.

It's a quality I've always admired in her.

"Where are the puppies? Where are the puppies?" Brilliant.

Let me just say right now...

That I'm not... absolutely a hundred percent certain...

Where the puppies are.

But if you'll just give me a second, I'll check with my associate.


Get down from there and catch those puppies!

Hopelessly stupid, pathetic fools.

I'll find the bloody mongrels myself.

- You just had to let those puppies get away, didn't you?

Never paying attention. Well, where was you?

Where wa... I was not splashing about in the pond!

You've infuriated the old bag.

And if we don't get those puppies back, then it's quite literally our heads!

Oh, come on!

- Right. You better get out and check the tailpipe.

We've got a condensation problem.

One of these days...

I'm gonna be full-up of you.



Oh, do come on!

There! You see?

Turn the heater on, will ya?

No. Not with this thing acting the way she is.

I don't want to risk losing power.

I can't stand the cold no more.

I want heat!

Oh! No! Fire!

Too hot! Too hot!

Aah! Too hot!

Oh, no! Oh, no! Aah!

Suspect apprehended...

Your suspicions were justified.

According to the staff, Miss de Vil left earlier for a family property in Suffolk.

I have informed the local police.

Officers there will be on the lookout for your puppies...


I only hope we're not too late.


This is extraordinary.

I'm reduced to tramping through sewage...

Because my two imbeciles can't keep track of a bunch of infant dogs!


I do not believe it.

We got no truck, no dogs. We are so dead.

Number 1 Dead Street, that's us.

Look! Tracks.

I love you.

There you are. You see?

If dogs are so smart, they wouldn't leave tracks for wary predators such as us.

Yeah. - Now, I've always said that human beings are essentially superior...

You know, blessed with faculties of speech and thought and a couple of other things.

Don't worry, I won't ruin your little puppy coat.

I'm just going to make a few buttonholes. Where are you, you filthy beast?

Oh, yes.

I love the smell of near extinction.

Got it!

Oh! Oh-oh! Oh! Oh!

Stupidity, you see? That's your problem. That's what's been holding you back.

If it was up to you, you'd have taken hold of that wire...

Set fire to your undershorts, cooked your tongue...

Before even thinking it was electrified.

Point taken.

But what are the logs for?

"What are the..." You see, the...

We stand upon the logs and hop over...

Thereby avoiding painful electric shock.


Right. Mount the log.

Extend leg.

All right. Now, when I count to three, we jump.

Ready? Yes.



Useless, disgusting creatures.

I'm sick to think we breathe the same air.


Poor little things.

I'm gonna cut you off...

Then cut you up.

Darling, red isn't your color.

Give me the hat.

Give me the hat...

Or you'll become a hat.

Give it to me!


Thank the Lord.

We're saved.

Here you go. Up you go.

Much obliged. Thanks. Watch your heads.

Very kind. Thank you.

Nice and quiet.

This is lovely. Yeah. Isn't it?

Nice and warm.

No animals neither.

You... beasts!

But I'm not beaten yet.

You've won the battle, but I'm about to win the wardrobe.

My spotty puppy coat is in plain sight and leaving tracks.

In a moment I'll have what I came for, while all of you will end up as sausage meat...

Alone on some sad plastic plate...

Dead and medium red; no friends, no family, no pulse...

Just slapped between two buns, smothered in onions...

With fries on the side.

Cruella de Vil has the last laugh! -

Miss de Vil?

Yes? We have a warrant for your arrest.

Oh? Is there something wrong?

Stop. What's that up ahead?

Well, will you look at that.

Excuse me, madame. Would you mind standing back?

I've come up with 98 pups. The two adults make it 100 even.

We've got 100 here, sir.

Make that...

101 dalmatians, sir.



You've just won gold, silver and bronze...

In the Morons Olympics.

Who won the gold? Shut up!

My business, my reputation, my life...

Has been ruined because you three incompetent twits...

Let yourselves be outsmarted by a bunch of dumb animals!

And you call yourselves men. Ha!

I've seen more intelligent pieces of carpet!

Oh, they're here! Anita!


The puppies! Here... Oh, my goodness! Look at them.

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Oh! That a boy! That a boy! Yeah!

That a boy! Oh! Oh!

Oh, thank you, Officer! How can we ever repay you?

Well, your dogs were the only ones with identification tags.

We have no idea which puppy goes where.

Our records indicate that so far...

Nobody has called to claim the other puppies.

Now, they need a home, or...

Well, they go to the pound.

Oh, no. No. No, no, no, no.

Roger, we can't... We don't have room. Well, we'll get a bigger place.

We have 17 as it is. What's a few more?

We'll work something out.

' ' [ Laughs 1


You'll have dozens of children, you know.

Well, I won't have them chewing up the carpets...

Barking until all hours of the night.

All right. Everyone inside before we all get cold.

Unload the puppies!

Get ready. Get ready.

Cool! Excellent villain, mate.

Thanks, Herbert!

Congratulations. Why, yes. Thank you.

Thank you. Thank you... - See you in my office. We've got terms to sort out.

Okay. Great. Excellent villain, mate.

I don't be...

I can barely believe it. Our baby is a year old.

We have a new house, a new life... And we have each other.

We have Nanny.

And I have the three of you. We have two wonderful dogs.

And they have their children.

And their stepchildren.

And they have their children.

And their stepchildren have children.

And their children have children.

And speaking of children...

Roger, darling, I've got the most wonderful news.

♪ Cruella de Vil ♪

♪ Cruella de Vil ♪

♪ If she doesn't scare you no evil thing will ♪

♪ To see her is to take a sudden chill ♪

♪ Cruella Cruella de Vil ♪

♪ Cruella, her lips ♪

♪ The ice in her stare ♪

♪ All innocent children had better beware ♪

♪ She's like a spider waiting for the kill ♪

♪ Look out for Cruella de Vil ♪

♪ At first, you'd think Cruella is a devil ♪

♪ After time has worn away the shock ♪

♪ You come to realize ♪

♪ You seen her kind of eyes ♪

♪ Watching you from underneath a rock ♪

♪ This vampire bat ♪

♪ This inhuman beast ♪

♪ She oughta be locked up ♪

♪ And never released ♪

♪ The world was such a wholesome place

♪ Until Cruella Cruella de Vil ♪

♪ Cruella de Vil ♪

♪ Cruella de Vil ♪

♪ If she doesn't scare you no evil thing will ♪

♪ To see her is to take a sudden chill ♪

♪ Cruella ♪ Joe VilJ“

♪ Cruella, her lips ♪

♪ The ice in her stare ♪

♪ All innocent children had better beware ♪

♪ She's like a spider waiting for the kill ♪

♪ Look out for Cruella de Vil ♪

♪ At first, you'd think Cruella is a devil ♪

♪ After time has wore away the shock

♪ You come to realize you've seen her kind of eyes ♪

♪ Watching you from under a rock ♪

♪ This vampire bat ♪

♪ Inhuman beast ♪

♪ Oughta be locked up never released ♪

♪ This world was such a wholesome place until ♪

♪ Cruella de Vil ♪

♪ At first, you think Cruella is a devil ♪

♪ After time has wore away the shock

♪ You come to realize ♪

♪ You seen her kind of eyes ♪

♪ Watching you from under a rock ♪

♪ This world was such a wholesome place until ♪

♪ Cruella de Vil ♪

♪ So evil even her hair's two-faced ♪

♪ Ain't like nothin' you ever seen ♪

♪ She's the dean of mean ♪

♪ Weed to message she's got some doggone had intentions J J

I mean, let's face it. A person like her could really ruin your whole day.