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One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961) was a Animation - Adventure Film directed by Wolfgang Reitherman and Clyde Geronimi and produced by Walt Disney.

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Roger: [singing] Ti tum ti ta ti / Ta tum ti ta tum...
[whistles]
Roger: Do you like my new song?
Anita: Ta tum ti ta tum... such clever lyrics.
Roger: Melody first, my dear, and then the lyrics. Hmmm?


Lucky: I'm tired, and I'm hungry. And my tail's froze. And my nose is froze. And my ears are froze. And my toes are froze.


Cruella: When can the puppies leave their mother? Two weeks? Three weeks?
Roger: Never.
Cruella: What?
Roger: W-W-We're n-not s-selling t-the puppies. N-N-Not a sing... a single one. Do you understand?
Cruella: Anita, is he serious? I really don't know Roger.
Anita: Well, Cruella, he seems...
Cruella: Surely he must be joking!
Roger: No, no, no. I-I-I mean it. You're-You're not getting one. N-N-Not one. And that's... that's final!
Cruella: Why, you horrid man! You... you... all right, keep the little beasts for all I care.
[she rips up the cheque]
Cruella: Do as you like with them. Drown them.
[she walks up to Anita]
Cruella: But I warn you, Anita, we're through. I'm through with all of you! I'll get even. Just wait. You'll be sorry! You fools! You... you IDIOTS!


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This film was shot in Standard Academy (1.33:1), although it was designed to be matted to a ratio of 1.75 for widescreen-equipped theaters. When re-released in the mid-1990s, the entire 1.33 frame was matted within a 1.85 (flat) viewing area, so that the entire animated frame could be seen, since most modern theaters no longer have the equipment to run films in Academy ratio.
In the USA, this was the highest grossing movie of 1961.
The author of the book on which the film is based, Dodie Smith, was a successful playwright and novelist who had nine Dalmatians of her own, including one named Pongo. She got the idea for the book when a friend who was at her house saw all the dogs together and remarked, "Those dogs would make a lovely fur coat."
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