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102 Dalmatians (22-Nov-2000)

Director: Kevin Lima

Writers: Kristen Buckley; Brian Regan; Bob Tzudiker; Noni White

From novel: The One Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith

Keywords: Juvenile, Dog

Sequel to 1996's 101 Dalmatians follows Cruella de Vil, recently released from prison, as she is inadvertently manipulated into terrorizing dogs once more.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to 101 Dalmatians (1996). Cruella de Vil is released from prison for good behavior, emerging a changed woman free of her all-consuming lust for fur coats thanks to court-ordered therapy sessions. She goes by "Ella", donating a large sum of her fortune to animal-rescue efforts and even taking in a few puppies of her own. Unfortunately for "Ella", Big Ben's chimes activate a side effect of her therapy, transforming her back into an evil woman bent on stealing a hundred and two dalmatians for her fur-loving needs. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Costume Design.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jim Carter
Actor
19-Aug-1948   Mr. Carson on Downton Abbey
Glenn Close
Actor
19-Mar-1947   Fatal Attraction
Gerard Depardieu
Actor
27-Dec-1948   Cyrano de Bergerac
Alice Evans
Actor
2-Aug-1971   102 Dalmatians
Ioan Gruffudd
Actor
6-Oct-1973   Horatio Hornblower
Eric Idle
Comic
29-Mar-1943   Monty Python
Tim McInnerny
Actor
18-Sep-1956   Percy on Blackadder
Ian Richardson
Actor
7-Apr-1934 9-Feb-2007 House of Cards
Timothy West
Actor
20-Oct-1934   Edward the King

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