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101 Dalmatians is a 1996 Slapstick Chase Comedy film produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Great Oaks Productions and a Remake of the 1961 Disney Animated Film, One Hundred and One Dalmatians. It stars Glenn Close, Jack Lemmon, Jeff Daniels, Jim Carrey, Joely Richardson, Natasha Richardson, Walter Matthau, Hugh Laurie, Daniel Stern, Mark Williams, Joe Pesci, Rowan Atkinson, Gilbert Gottfried, Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Harvey Korman, Paul Reubens, Bill Irwin, Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Jerry Seinfeld, Drew Carey, Michael Jeter, Bill Cobb, Dick Van Dyke, Eddie Bracken, Betty Hutton, Richard Kind, Mel Brooks, Gene Wilder, Cloris Leachman, Buddy Hackett, Edie Adams, Dorothy Provine, Joe Besser, Chester Conklin, Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire, Jack Benny, Eddie Anderson, Dean Martin, Joey Bishop, Jerry Lewis, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, Will Ferrell, Jack Black, Steve Carell, Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Luke Wilson, Ben Stiller, Hank Azaria, Dan Castellaneta, Robin Williams, Andrew Wilson, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Peter MacNicol, Christopher Lloyd, Peter Ustinov, Dick Van Dyke, Zero Mostel, George Wendt, Dick Shawn, Ethel Merman, Terry Thomas, Jonathan Winters, Red Skelton, Red Buttons, Peter Falk, Nancy Walker, Robert Downing Jr., Michael Keaton, Danny Devito, Joan Plowright, John Shrapnel, Tim McInnerny, Steve Martin, Eugene Levy, Harvey Fierstein, Nathan Lane, Ernie Sabella, Glenn Shadix, Jason Alexander, Tim Allen, Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Jim Henson, Frank Oz, D.B. Sweeney, Martin Short, Carol Channing, Phyllis Diller, Robert Preston, Kelsey Grammer, Rick Moranis, John Cleese, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Eric Idle, Graham Chapman, Marty Feldman, Joe Mantegna, Charles Grodin, Dean Jones, Wayne Knight, Chevy Chase, Bobcat Goldthwait, Olek Krupa, Carol Burnett, John Ritter, Christopher Reeve, David Thornton, Lenny von Dohlen, Rya Kihlstedt, Jeffrey Jones, Alec Baldwin, Catherine O'Hara, Alan Arkin, Carl Reiner, Paul Ford, Phil Silvers, Rob Schneider, Jim Belushi, John Candy, Eric Christmas, Bob Hope, Dave Thomas, Joe Flaherty, Paul Flaherty, George Wendt, Jon Lovitz, Darren McGavin, Vic Tayback, Dom DeLuise, Jack Warden, Amy Yasback, Laraine Newman, Rich Little, Jeffery Tambor, Burt Reynolds, Ted Danson, Howie Mandal, Lea Thompson, Jim Varney, Ruth Buzzi, Barbara Harris, Jodie Foster, John Astin, Michael Richards, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, Macaulay Culkin, Harry Shearer, John Belushi, Mickey Rooney, Jerry Stiller, Tom Bosley, Jack Gilford, Julie Andrews, Hugh Grant, Billy Connolly, Tim Curry, Pierce Bronson, Jack Nicholson, Annette Benning, Thomas Wilson, Christopher Plummer, James Garner, Sam Neil, Stanley Tucci, Oliver Platt, Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong, Madeline Kahn, Lanai Chapman, Don Rickles, Jackie Mason, Jackie Gleason, James Coco, Carol Kane, Gilda Radner, Cleavon Little, Roddy McDowall, Frank Gorshin, Stephen Furst, Scatman Crothers and William Hickey.

The Film is written by well known Writers of Physical Comedy Michael Jeter, John Hughes, Joe McEveety, Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Preston Sturges, Sid Caesar, Penelope Spheeris, Mel Brooks, William Rose, Tania Rose, Blake Edwards, Mel Smith, Griff Rhys Jones, Rowan Atkinson, Stephen Herek and Chevy Chase, and directed by Stephen Herek.

Plot

Roger Dearly (Jeff Daniels) is an American Playwright and his brother Larry (Jim Carrey) is a Cartoonist, who share their home in London with their pet Dalmatian, Pongo.

Cast

Main Actors

Secondary

Cameo Appearances

Background

The Film's Theme Music is from It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World by Harry Warren and Leroy Shields.

Production

The Six Minute Opening Animated Title Sequence was created by Andy Heyward and Al Hirschfeld and Animated by DIC Entertainment and Storyboarded by Ned Goldreyer, Michael Jeter, Terry Gilliam and Wes Archer.

Trailers

For the Trailers, the Writers includes Michael Jeter (Theatrical Trailers), Tim Conway and Don Knotts (TV Spots) and Mel Brooks (Teaser Trailer).

Teaser Trailer

Narrator:

Theatrical Trailer 1

Narrator: Coming to Theaters, this Thanksgiving. Walt Disney's Animated Classic comes to life like never before. 101 Dalmatians. Starring the Furriest, Funniest Pairs of Dogs ever created. Versus the meanest, nastiest, most outrageous, craziest, the most Riotous Villain ever, Cruella De Vil.

Cruella De Vil: CATCH THOSE PUPPIES!!!

Narrator: Walt Disney Pictures presents, Glenn Close in this Fastest, Funniest, Noisiest, Loudest, Maddest, Wildest, Zaniest Chase Comedy on record since It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World and The Three Stooges. From Walt Disney Pictures, comes the Maddest, Craziest, Wildest and Zaniest Farce.

Narrator: 101 Dalmatians, rated G.

Theatrical Trailer 2

Narrator:

Theatrical Trailer 3

Narrator: A Steam Express Train arrives in New York, launching the Biggest Entertainment Express in Motion Picture History. The World's Press and more than 50 Newsmen and Newswomen from all over the Continent, arrive for the New York Premiere of Stephen Herek's all new film from Walt Disney Pictures and Great Oaks Productions, 101 Dalmatians.

Narrator: And so begins the Craziest, Wackiest, Maddest, Wildest, Zaniest Chase ever filmed, as our Human Heroes race from London to New York by Land, by Sea, by Air. For fifteen Dalmatian Puppies have been stolen. Which one of our 101 Dalmatians Comedy Stars will be the first to find them?

Narrator: The Film Critics everywhere go Stark Raving Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad. "The Craziest Chase Comedy ever made" said The New York Journal American. "An Instant Classic! It has more Non-stop Laughs than any other Comedy in the History of Movies" claimed Variety. "You Can't Miss This! Wackiest Comedy ever filmed" added The Boston Globe. "It's the Biggest, Funniest and Fastest Entertainment that ever Rocked the Screen with Laughter" said The Los Angeles Herald Examiner. "Crazy, Uproarious and Noisy along the way. 101 Dalmatians has every thing that is sure to make you Smile" says The Washington Post. "A Marvelous Comedy with Something for everybody" claims The New Yorker. "A Wildly Funny Comedy that's twice as Funny as any other Comedy you've ever seen" writes Newshouse Newspapers. "The Wildest and Zaniest Car Chase Comedy" says The Boston Record American. "Wild and Hilarious all the way" says Time Magazine. "A Madcap Farce for Children and Adults alike" claims The Daily Telegraph. "101 Dalmatians is a Zany, Rapid-Fire Keystone Kops Comedy that has something for everyone" exclaims Newsweek. "A Whamdoodle, Humdinger, Stem Winder, Whizzpopper!" says The Guardian. "A Crazy, Wild and Star-studdied Disney Comedy" says The New York World Telegram and Sun. Great Britain's Manchester Guardian applauded with "Hilarious, Ambitious, Funny". "Exhilarating, Triumphant, Exubrent Fun" adds the Chicago Sun-Times. The New Zealand Herald calls it "The Craziest Farce ever made". The Chicago Reader suggests "A Rib-Tickling, Riotous Comedy". "Howlingly Funny" raised New York Daily News. "Marvelous, Wild, Prodigious, Zany and Raucous Slapstick" exclaimed New York Observer. "One of the Bestest Comedies in a long time" says the Saturday Review. "Prodigious, Zany, Silly and Original Physical Comedy" exclaimed the Hollywood Reporter. "Rapid Fire Fun along the way! 101 Dalmatians is the Maddest Comedy from Disney" says Life Magazine. "A Celebrity Packed Movie" claims The Wall Street Journel. "Crazy, Riotous, Hysterical Humor" explained The New York Times. "A Great Film for all ages" says The Washington Daily News. "The Funniest, Maddest, Craziest, Wackiest, Loudest, Wildest, Zaniest Farce" exclaimed Chicago Tribune. "A Farcical Roller Coaster Ride unlike any other" adds The New York Post. Siskel and Ebert gives "Two Thumbs Up". Leonard Maltin calls it "A Wildly Funny Chase Movie". The A.V. Club calls it "The Ben Hur of Slapstick Comedy". The Dominion Post claims "101 Dalmatians is a very Funny Movie" New Zealander gives 101 Dalmatians "Five Stars!" "Fast-Paced Fun and Madcap Slapstick" adds The Buffulo News. Everybody who's ever been Funny is in it.

TV Spot 1

Narrator: From Walt Disney Pictures, Critics everywhere are calling 101 Dalmatians "One of the most Hilarious Movies you'll ever see", "It's Screamingly Screwball", "Side-Splitting", "Wacky Good Fun". 101 Dalmatians is a "Rib-Tickling", "Outrageously Madcap", "Hysterical", "Zany", "Wacky", "Wild", "Fast-Paced", "Loud", "Raucous", "Riotus Romp" that's "Funny, Funny, Funny". Don't miss what the critics are calling "The Craziest, Loudest, Maddest, Wildest, Zaniest Chase Comedy ever made". 101 Dalmatians, Rated G.

TV Spot 2

Narrator: Coming soon to Video, Disney's newest Family Classic is heading your way. 101 Dalmatians, featuring the Outrageously Madcap Villain of all, Cruella De Vil.

Narrator: Glenn Close in Disney's all new Maddest, Wildest, Zaniest Chase Comedy, 101 Dalmatians.

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