One Hundred and One Dalmatians

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One Hundred and One Dalmatians

Original theatrical release poster
Directed by Supervising Directors:
Eli Roth
Rob Zombie
George Lucas
Wes Craven
Sequence Directors:
Blitz Smith
Don Bluth
Produced by Walt Disney
Written by Big Bird
Bob the Builder
Starring Daffy Duck
Donald Duck
Laura Bush
Billy Mays
Dave Chappelle
Sean Hannity
Rosie O' Donnell
Dario Argento
Tourettes Guy
Music by Cannibal Corpse
Kurt Cobain
Philip Glass
John Williams
50 Cent
Editing by Sabine Hoffmann
Distributed by Disney
Release date(s) October 1, 2006 (premiere)
Friday, October 13, 2006 (general)
Running time 100 minutes
Language English
Sign Language
Budget $5.15 million
Followed by 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure

One Hundred and One Dalmatians (also known as Dalmatians from Hell) is a 1961 torture/horror/murder dog flick based on the book by Doodle Smith. Despite popular belif, this movie wasn't made by Disney but by some animal activists. The were protesting against Easter Island, who had a big dog fur industry in the 90's. Disney saw the movie, and bought it for 10 dollars. When it became a hit, the animal activists demanded their movie back. Too bad nobody actually believed it was their movie. It grossed $1,111,111,111,111,111,111,111 on its release. Due to its popularity, it spawned a sequel, 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure, which was considered the worst sequel ever, and was recalled dozens of times.


For those without comedic tastes, the "questionable parody" of this website called Wikipedia have an article about One Hundred and One Dalmatians.

In London, there's a proud dalmatian named Pongo. He lives with his "pet" Rodger. (Yes, the dog is the owner in this story). Then Pongo meat his true love: Perdita. They got maried fast.

At the honeymoon, we see the gal baby-making, Anita, who later has babies, Lucky, Patch, Rolly, Penny, Freckles, Pepper, Jewel, Dipstick, Fidget, Two-tone, and Whizzer. They went to the doctor and then got kidnapped by the evil dwellers to Baduns, Jasper & Horace.

The puppies got trapped in an old house called Hell Hall (it lives up to its name). Then the parents come and fight like all the firery pits of hell with the baduns. Cruella DeVille chases them in a moter cycle but is defeated. Then the puppies return home.

Pongo's next quest, with a fish. Lazy, but true.



It scored, $666,666,666,666,666 on its gross in the budget of $2, with the critics giving out positive review, as the Nostalgia Critic said, "On a scale of 10, it is 101% of awesomeness. This movie will pwn me forever!" and Roger Ebert saying, "It's a good film, but not as good as Plan 9 from Outer Space." Rotten Tomatoes gave this a fresh 101%. Oh, and the native critic, Angry Video Game Nerd said, "This movie rocks!"


The original cover for 101 Dalmatians II. The cover art is a copy of Dirty Habits, another Disney horror film.
For those without comedic tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article very remotely related to 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure.

101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure[edit]

It's about Patch's adventure in London. Worst... ... sequel ... ever! Seriously, in this film, there's first, the one of the kind, and then, stuff is going down. Not really, due to the fact that it was so goddamn stupid! What an abomination!

Though, the reception for the first movie had positive reviews, the second one encountered some very negative reviews. That's right, which is why no one cares about direct-to-video stuff. Rotten Tomatoes gave it -1%, with Roger Ebert saying, "102nd on the Top 10 Worst Films of 2003! It is 101 times of gayness!" Even the Nostalgia Critic said, "What the hell is this crap? I died of fucking cancer after watching this sequel!"

This is the basic plot outline: Patch thinks the others forgot him but didn't mean it when they really did. He thought it wasn't on purpose but it was. And he meet some TV dog bastard called Thunderbolt. More like BlunderButt. Then Cruella kidnaps them again and they get chased again and they ride a bus. And Cruella is sent to the loony bin once and for all. Too bad the sequel can't go there with her. Better yet, let's burn down every single friggin' copy of this movie in existance!

666 Dalmatians[edit]

Okay, I am making shit up, now.


  • Academy Award
      • Best Horror Scene - Cruella De Ville
      • Best Torture - Disney
      • Best Picture - Disney
      • Best Killer - Pongo
      • Best Use of Animal Cruelty - Disney
      • Best Cocaine Scene - Perdita
      • Best Killing Scene - Jasper and Horace


An original idea for "One Hundred and One Dalmatians"
  • Originally, Adam Sandler was going to play Devon Duck, but there was no Devon Duck. Damn it, Disney, why?!
  • Originally, Angelina Jolie was going to play Cruella DeVille, but she changed her mind after thinking to herself that Cruella was mentally retarded, so Disney, instead, hired John Madden to voice a retarded enemy.
  • Only movie released between 1958-1974 that did not have either Ned Beatty or Michael Caine in a minor role.