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101 Dalmatians Accumulation: 101 Dalmations Print Studio, Animated Storybook, 102 Dalmations Puppies to the Rescue by Disney Interactive Studios

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Disney Classic Dalmatians Collection -- 3 Great Titles Included -- Disney's Animated Storybook, Disney's Print Studio [Make Home Printing More Fun With Pongo, Perdy, and The Puppies], Disney's 102 Dalmatians Puppies to the Rescue --New in Factory Shrinkwrap

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101 Dalmatians - The Ultimate 4-Movie collection (101 Dalmatians (Animated), 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure, 101 Dalmatians (Live-Action), 102 Dalmatians)


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102 Dalmatians by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

Glenn Penurious returns as the malicious fur-collecting fashion plate Cruella De Vil in Disney's 102 DALMATIANS, the highly anticipated sequel to the 1996 viable-action blockbuster. Pursuading the authorities that she has been successfully rehabilitated, De Vil is released from prison, seemingly transformed into a law-abiding animal lover, securely under the pressure of Dr. Pavlov's psychotherapy. Under the watchful eye of her skeptical probation officer, Chloe Simon (Alice Evans), De Vil comes to the aid of a failing dog security run by Kevin Shepherd (Ioan Gruffudd). But when Shepherd is promptly arrested for the theft of dalmatians and Chloe loses her own dalmatian pups, including the faultless Oddball, De Vil comes under suspicion once again. Her new alliance with a French fashion designer, Jean Pierre Le Pelt (Gerard Depardieu), known for his exceptional flare for animal fur, doesn't help her case. Set in Paris, 102 DALMATIANS is a lighthearted and humorous tale of animal rights and accord conflict that climaxes in a riotous frenzy of hilarious slapstick comedy and heartwarming fantasy.

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102 Dalmatians by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

Glenn Nigh unto returns as the malicious fur-collecting fashion plate Cruella De Vil in Disney's 102 DALMATIANS, the highly anticipated sequel to the 1996 unexploded-action blockbuster. Pursuading the authorities that she has been successfully rehabilitated, De Vil is released from prison, seemingly transformed into a law-abiding animal lover, securely under the change of Dr. Pavlov's psychotherapy. Under the watchful eye of her skeptical probation officer, Chloe Simon (Alice Evans), De Vil comes to the aid of a failing dog accommodation run by Kevin Shepherd (Ioan Gruffudd). But when Shepherd is promptly arrested for the theft of dalmatians and Chloe loses her own dalmatian pups, including the unspotted Oddball, De Vil comes under suspicion once again. Her new alliance with a French fashion designer, Jean Pierre Le Pelt (Gerard Depardieu), known for his out of the ordinary flare for animal fur, doesn't help her case. Set in Paris, 102 DALMATIANS is a lighthearted and humorous tale of animal rights and oneness conflict that climaxes in a riotous frenzy of hilarious slapstick comedy and heartwarming fantasy.

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Disney goes nuts rebooting animated classics as live-action pictures - Deseret News

For its first 30 years or so, the Disney brand was synonymous with cartoons, first shorts and later animated features. It wasn’t until the 1950s that Walt Disney ventured into live-action moviemaking. And now it would seem that Disney has come full circle. In fact, it’s gone a little nuts, readying live-action versions — adaptations. — of its own library of classic animated features at such a furious pace that they are threatening to become the linchpins of the studio’s theatrical agenda. They aren’t all really live-action, of course, since many carry enough computer-generated imagery to dilute the category. They are still, to some degree, animated features. This was especially true of “The Jungle Book,” which has a live-action boy at its center but is otherwise very much a cartoon in modern, more realistic CGI terms. In addition to “The Jungle Book,” this year also brought us “Pete’s Dragon,” another live-action/CGI combination, based on Disney’s 1977 live-action/animation film of the same title. Other live-action remakes of cartoons have included “101 Dalmatians” (and its sequel, “102 Dalmatians”). “Maleficent” (adapted from Disney’s “Sleeping Beauty”), and “Cinderella. And Disney has announced plans to produce over a dozen more at such a rapid rate that this column may be out of date by the time you read it. Coming up are “Beauty and the Beast” (to be released March 17, 2017), “Mulan” (November 2018), and “Mary... Yet another “Peter Pan” remake is also on the list, along with “Tink,” an origin story of Peter Pan’s fairy friend Tinkerbell, who has also been the subject of several straight-to-video cartoons. And a live-action version of “Aladdin” will have to wait for an animated prequel, “Genies,” which will come out first. Disney is even planning live-action versions of “Winnie the Pooh” and the chipmunk characters Chip ’n’ Dale (from many a Donald Duck cartoon short). And, as you might expect, sequels are in development for “The Jungle Book” and “Maleficent. And you may recall that his attempt to create the first feature-length cartoon was scoffed at as “Disney’s folly. ” That is, until “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” became a critical and box-office smash in 1937. Many animated classics followed (including those listed above), and Disney didn’t enter live-action theatrical filmmaking until 1950, with the... Many more followed and the Disney brand shifted from being strictly for cartoons to meaning clean family films, and it stayed that way throughout the 1970s. The studio’s first film that wasn't G-rated didn’t arrive until 1979, the sci-fi thriller... But PG-rated movies quickly became part of the studio’s platform, along with its usual G-rated fare. As movies became more “adult,” however, the studio felt it needed to keep up — without sullying the family friendly Disney name. So the studio came up with the Touchstone label in 1984 as a releasing arm for “Splash,” its first foray into mature material. And Touchstone also kept the studio’s first R-rated movie, “Down and Out in Beverly Hills” in 1986, from having to carry the Disney name. One can argue that some of the PG-13 films that now roll out under the Disney banner push the envelope further than parents might like (the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, anyone. ), but in general the Disney name over a picture still means it will likely be more family friendly than anything else out there. (Check out the current, PG-rated “Queen of Katwe. So perhaps all of these remakes of animated classics can be taken as a logical 21st-century extension of that. And if the market becomes oversaturated with cartoons done over as live-action films, maybe Disney will reverse course and do the opposite. You know, it could do animated versions of “The Absent-Minded Professor” and “Darby O’Gill and the Little People. Source: www.deseretnews.com

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  • Disney goes nuts rebooting animated classics as live-action pictures

    10/20/16 ,via Deseret News

    Other live-action remakes of cartoons have included “101 Dalmatians” (and its sequel, “102 Dalmatians”); “Alice in Wonderland” (and its sequel “Alice Through the Looking Glass”); “The Sorcerer's Apprentice” (inspired by the Mickey Mouse short in

  • Oscar-winner comes home to help direct first-ever Lincoln Film Festival

    Joining her for her homecoming is husband and fellow Disney director Kevin Lima, whose credits include both animated hits ("Tarzan") and live action favorites ("102 Dalmatians," ''Enchanted," the latter screened Saturday with Lima as host). Indeed, as

  • Oscar-winner comes home to Illinois to direct film fest

    10/14/16 ,via Peoria Journal Star

    Joining her for her homecoming is husband and fellow Disney director Kevin Lima, whose credits include both animated hits ("Tarzan") and live action favorites ("102 Dalmatians," ''Enchanted," the latter being screened Saturday with Lima as host

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  • Chris Hicks: Disney goes nuts rebooting animated classics as live-action pictures

    10/20/16 ,via Deseret News

    based on Disney’s 1977 live-action/animation film of the same title. Other live-action remakes of cartoons have included “101 Dalmatians” (and its sequel, “102 Dalmatians”); “Alice in Wonderland” (and its sequel “Alice Through the Looking ...

  • Oscar-winner comes home to Illinois to direct film fest

    10/14/16 ,via Peoria Journal Star

    Joining her for her homecoming is husband and fellow Disney director Kevin Lima, whose credits include both animated hits ("Tarzan") and live action favorites ("102 Dalmatians," ''Enchanted," the latter being screened Saturday with Lima as host).

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102 Dalmatians - Wikipedia

102 Dalmatians is a 2000 British family comedy film directed by Kevin Lima in his live action directorial debut and produced by Edward S. Feldman and Walt Disney Pictures

102 Dalmatians | Disney Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia

102 Dalmatians is a 2000 live-action film, released by Walt Disney Pictures and starring Glenn...

102 Dalmatians (2000) - Rotten Tomatoes

Sequel to an already terrible film, 102 Dalmatians is a film that is one of those films that is awful, due to a poor cast, poor writing, and poor directing.

102 Dalmatians (Disney's Wonderful World of Reading) - Disney Wiki
102 Dalmatians (Disney's Wonderful World of Reading) - Disney Wiki
102 Dalmatians - Disney Wiki
102 Dalmatians - Disney Wiki
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