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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: Look, Anita! Puppies everywhere!
Anita: There must be a hundred of them!
Nanny: One, two, three and four... seven... eight, nine...
Roger: Two more. Nine plus two is eleven...
Nanny: Thirty-six over here!
Roger: Thirty-six and eleven? That's forty-seven.
Anita: Fourteen... Eighteen, Rog.
Roger: Uh, eh... sixty-five!
Nanny: Ten, eleven, twelve... Thirteen!
Anita: Wait a minute, wait a minute. Six more.
Roger: Well, let's see, now... That's eighty-four... and fifteen plus two... A hundred and one!
Anita: A hundred and one? My, where did they all come from?
Roger: Oh-ho, Pongo, you ol' rascal!

Cruella: [after having driven like a maniac, and startling Jasper and Horace, Cruella criticises their driving] And watch your driving, you imbeciles! Do you want to be nabbed by the Police?

Pongo: It was plain to see that my old pet needed someone, but if it were left up to Roger, we'd be bachelors forever. He was married to his work writing songs. Songs about romance of all things. Something he knew absolutely nothing about.

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The birth of the puppies actually happened to the author Dodie Smith. Her dalmatians had 15 puppies, one was born lifeless and her husband revived it. However, they sold most of them, and kept only a small number.
The author, Dodie Smith, noted that her favorite cel in the movie, was the one where Pongo stretches while lying on a window sill near the beginning.
When the Baduns are talking on the phone to Cruella, they are holding a newspaper. The only headline on the front page (apart from the dognapping) is CARLSEN SPEAKS, and a picture of a capsized ship. This helps us to date the story, since the Carlsen in question is Henrik Kurt Carlsen, captain of the freighter Flying Enterprise, which sank after a prolonged struggle in the Atlantic. This was the media event of the year in 1952.
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