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101 Dalmatians was a cartoon on One Saturday Morning based on the classic Disney film of the same name. However, the show had a few more ties with the book. The series was on Disney Junior for awhile.

CharactersEdit

  • Lucky- the daring leader of the group. His spots were altered to his original from the book, where he is named after the horseshoe pattern on his back
  • Spot- a chicken who wants to be a dog. She is notably masculine despite being a hen.
  • Cruella DeVille- the greedy villainess of the film and series whose name is a play on the words "cruel" and "devil".
  • Horace and Jasper- Cruella's bumbling henchmen
  • Cadpig- only seen in the book, where she is the character nearly stillborn. She is noted for her long, floppy ears, large head, and kind personality. She is also quite strong for her size. It is possible she is the most intelligent of the puppies. She is voiced by Kath Soucie, who has done various other roles. She can fly despite not having wings. She is the only puppy with blue eyes. Her name is a colloquialism for "runt".
  • Rolly- a fat puppy who eats a lot and is always hungry. His gluttony often gets him and the puppies into trouble, but he is loyal and helpful when needed. He has a great sense of smell.
  • Roger and Anita Dearly- the owners of the puppies
  • Pongo and Perdita- the puppies' original parents. Pongo is voiced by Kevin Schon rather than the late Rod Taylor in the original film. Perdita is voiced by Pam Dawber instead of Cate Bauer.
  • Dipstick- a puppy named for his tail being mostly black as well as being somewhat dimwitted. He has a flea problem.
  • Wizzer- a puppy with a bladder control problem, introduced in the live action film as childish humor.
  • Tripod- a puppy with three legs. Despite his disability he is very athletic. He was neither in the film nor the original novel.
  • The Colonel- an Old English sheepdog. Acts like a World War I general. Commander of the Bark Brigade.
  • Lieutenant Pug- a pug who is a training officer of the Bark Brigade.
  • Thunderbolt- an action hero dog whom Lucky idolizes
  • Scorch- Cruella's pet ferret
  • Sergeant Tibbs- a tabby cat and close ally to The Colonel.
  • Nanny- the Dearlys' caretaker
  • Cornelia- Spot's overbearing mother who doesn't want Spot to act like a dog.
  • Lucy- a goose who gets upset if the puppies play in her pond
  • Swamp Rat- a rat salesman
  • Steven- an alligator and Swamp Rat's cohort
  • Cydne- a snake and another of Swamp Rat's cohorts
  • Ed- a pig who is mayor of the Dearly farm. May be a possible loose reference to Animal Farm.
  • Dumpling- Ed's daughter who fancies Lucky
  • Captain- a horse usually seen helping Nanny
  • Mooch- a sheepdog who can be annoying, but has a heart of gold. Has a gang featuring Dipstick and Wizzer.

TriviaEdit

  • In one episode, a couple of the dogs fall into some soot. One of them comments that the experience feels familiar. This is an allusion to the labrador disguise in the original movie.
  • In one episode, Cruella tricks Roger into signing a performing contract after seeing how talented the puppies are. She has them wear costumes. Lucky's costume resembles the rinestone jumpsuit worn by Elvis Presley in the seventies.
  • In one episode, Cadpig is captured by the dog catcher. She is taken to a dog pound that resembles an island prison. This is an allusion to the famous Alcatraz prison in San Francisco (although Alcatraz was closed decades before the show's debut).
  • One episode is entitled "Citizen Canine", after legendary movie Citizen Kane
  • Another episode is entitled "The Maltese Chicken, after The Maltese Falcon
  • Another is "Coup DeVil", the name of a Cadillac

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