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102 Dalmatians

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102 Dalmatians is a 2000 American family comedy film directed by Kevin Lima in his live action directorial debut and produced by Edward S Feldman and Walt Disney Pictures It is the sequel to the 1996 film 101 Dalmatians and stars Glenn Close reprising her role as Cruella de Vil as she attempts to steal puppies for her "grandest" fur coat yet Glenn Close and Tim McInnerny were the only two actors from the first film to return for the sequel, however

The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Costume Design but lost to Gladiator2


  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Cast
  • 3 Release
  • 4 Production
  • 5 Reception
    • 51 Box office
    • 52 Critical response
  • 6 Home media releases
  • 7 Video game
  • 8 References
  • 9 External links


After three years in prison, Cruella de Vil has been cured of her desire for fur coats by Dr Pavlov and is released into the custody of the probation office on the provision that she will be forced to pay the remainder of her fortune eight million pounds to all the dog shelters in the borough of Westminster should she repeat her crime Cruella therefore mends her working relationship with her valet Alonzo and has him lock away all her fur coats Cruella's probation officer, Chloe Simon, nevertheless suspects her, partly because Chloe is the owner of the now-adult Dipstick one of the original 15 puppies of the previous film Dipstick's mate Dottie has recently given birth to three puppies: Domino, Little Dipper, and Oddball who lacks spots

To mend her reputation, Cruella buys the Second Chance Dog shelter, owned by Kevin Shepherd, to resolve its financial insolvency that is on the verge of eviction Meanwhile, Dr Pavlov discovers that when his therapy's subjects are subjected to loud noises, they revert to their original states but conceals this discovery When Big Ben rings in her presence, Cruella reverts to her former personality and enlists the help of French furrier Jean-Pierre LePelt to steal 102 Dalmatian puppies for a new fur coat When Kevin tells Chloe that if Cruella violates her parole, her entire fortune will go to him, since his dog shelter is the only one in the borough of Westminster, Cruella has Kevin framed for the theft of the puppies and invites Chloe to dinner while LePelt steals Dottie and her three puppies Dipstick hurries back to the apartment and hides in LePelt's truck but is later captured at the train station Chloe rushes home to save her pets but arrives too late She is joined by Kevin, who has escaped from prison with help from his dogs and talking parrot, Waddlesworth Upon finding a ticket for the Orient Express dropped by LePelt, Kevin and Chloe attempt and fail to stop Cruella and LePelt, but Oddball and Waddlesworth pursue their enemies secretly In Paris, Kevin and Chloe save some of the captive puppies, but they are seen and locked in the cellar just as the puppies flee Cruella goes after the puppies alone Alonzo, when scolded beyond his patience and had enough of being abused, defeats LePelt and frees Kevin and Chloe, and they give chase to a wedding cake factory, where the puppies and Kevin's dogs imprison Cruella in an immense cake She and LePelt are thereupon arrested Kevin and Chloe are awarded the remnants of Cruella's fortune by Alonzo himself, and Oddball's coat develops spots


  • Glenn Close as Cruella de Vil
  • Ioan Gruffudd as Kevin Shepherd
  • Alice Evans as Chloe Simon
  • Tim McInnerny as Alonzo
  • David Horovitch as Dr Pavlov
  • Ian Richardson as Mr Torte
  • Gérard Depardieu as Jean Pierre Le Pelt
  • Eric Idle as Waddlesworth voice
  • Carol MacReady as Agnes
  • Ben Crompton as Ewan


  • On November 24, 1999, a teaser trailer was released with Toy Story 2


A customized Panther De Ville driven by Cruella de Vil in the film

The early working title was 101 Dalmatians Returns Production began in December 1998 through January 1999 to mid November/December 1999 The film was set to be released on June 30, 2000 but was pushed back to November 22, 2000 Oxford Prison was used for the scene as Cruella walked out of prison 102 Dalmatians was filmed partially in Paris

In November 6, 1999, Disney released the soundtrack to the movie, including pre-eminently, a cover of Paul Anka's "Puppy Love" sung by Myra3 and original songs: Mike Himelstein's "What Can a Bird Do" voiced by Jeff Bennett, "My Spot in the World" sung by Lauren Christy and "Cruella De Vil 2000" better known as "Cruella De Vil 102 Dalmatians", sung by Camara Kambon, and Mark Campbell4 of Jack Mack and the Heart Attackcitation needed – a derivation of "Cruella de Vil"5


Box officeedit

The film opened at the third position behind M Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable and How the Grinch Stole Christmas The film did well at the box office, earning $66,957,026 in the US and $116,654,745 overseas, bringing its total to $183,611,771 worldwide1

Critical responseedit

After premiering in New Zealand, the film received positive reviews and was described by media as a "howling success"6

In America, the film received generally negative reviews from critics On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 31% "Rotten" rating, based on 90 reviews, with the site's consensus reading "This sequel to the live-action 101 Dalmatians is simply more of the same Critics say it also drags in parts, potentially boring children, and that it's too violent for a G-rated movie"7

On the similar review site Metacritic, the film has a score of 35/100, based on 24 critics8

Home media releasesedit

102 Dalmatians was released on VHS and DVD on April 3, 2001 and re-released on September 16, 2008

Video gameedit

A video game based on the film, that was entitled 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue, was released in 2000, with Frankie Muniz as the voice of Domino, Molly Marlette as the voice of Oddball and Susanne Blakeslee as the voice of Cruella de Vil Jasper and Horace also appeared in the game despite not being present in the film9


  1. ^ a b "102 Dalmatians 2000" Boxofficemojocom 2001-04-10 Archived from the original on 15 February 2009 Retrieved 2009-02-20 
  2. ^ "Academy Awards 2000 - Winners and nominees by category" Box Office Mojo Retrieved March 12, 2016 
  3. ^ "Release "102 Dalmatians" by Various Artists" MusicBrainzorg Retrieved 15 December 2013 Puppy Love – Myra Mayra Carol Ambriz Quintana composer/lyricist: Paul Anka better source needed
  4. ^ "Cruella " citations:
    • "102 Dalmatians" BBCcoUK Retrieved 15 December 2013 Music Played Camara Kambon – Cruella De Vil 2000 – Featured Artist: Mark Campbell 
    • "Search Kambon Cruella" LastFM Retrieved 15 December 2013 
    • "Search Campbell Cruella" LastFM Retrieved 15 December 2013 
  5. ^ Soundtrack overall citations:
    • "102 Dalmatians" AmazoncoUK 2000 Retrieved 15 December 2013 
    • "102 Dalmatians – Various Artists" LastFM Retrieved 15 December 2013 Jeff Bennett - What Can a Bird Do 604 listeners Myra - Puppy Love 1,359 listeners Lauren Christy - My Spot in the World 201 listeners 
  6. ^ Premiere goes to the dogs Retrieved November 2013 subscription required
  7. ^ 102 Dalmatians @ Rotten Tomatoes Rotten Tomatoes, Retrieved January 21, 2016
  8. ^ "102 Dalmatians on Metacritic" Retrieved March 23, 2016 
  9. ^ "102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue" Amazon Retrieved March 23, 2016 

External linksedit

  • Film in the United States portal
  • 2000s portal
  • Disney portal
  • Official website
  • 102 Dalmatians at the Internet Movie Database
  • 102 Dalmatians at AllMovie
  • 102 Dalmatians at Rotten Tomatoes

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