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102 Dalmatians

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Kevin Lima
Produced by Edward S. Feldman
Written by Dodie Smith (novel)
Kristen Buckley
Brian Regan
Starring Glenn Close
Ioan Gruffudd
Alice Evans
Tim McInnerny
David Horovitch
Ian Richardson
Gérard Depardieu
Music by David Newman
Cinematography Adrian Biddle
Roger Pratt
Editing by Gregory Perler
Sophie Sorensen
Distributed by Walt Disney Pictures
Release date(s) November 22, 2000
Running time 100 minutes
Country United States
United Kingdom
France
Language English
Budget US$85,000,000 (estimated)
Gross revenue $183,611,771[1]
Preceded by 101 Dalmatians (1996)

102 Dalmatians is a 2000 live-action film, produced by Walt Disney Pictures and starring Glenn Close as Cruella de Vil. It is the sequel to 101 Dalmatians, a live-action remake of the 1961 Disney animated feature of the same name. In the film, Cruella de Vil attempts to steal puppies for her "grandest" fur coat yet. Glenn Close and Tim McInnerny were the only actors from the first film to return for the sequel. The film was released on VHS and DVD on April 3, 2001, and re-released on DVD on September 16, 2008.[2]

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Plot

After three years in prison, Cruella de Vil has been cured of her lust for fur coats by Dr. Pavlov, through a process that turns predators and prey into best friends and is released on parole on the proviso she will have to pay eight million pounds to all dogs' homes in the borough (sic) of Westminster shall she ever revert back into dognapping. Cruella, now "Ella", rids herself of her old fur coats and the drawing of her in a Dalmatian puppy coat, and regularly meets with Chloe Simon. However, the process is reversed when the subjects hear the chimes of Big Ben, Dr. Pavlov decides to never tell anyone about this one liability; soon, Cruella begins to feel the urges after hearing Big Ben, and when she sees Dipstick and his puppies, she devises a plan to get the ultimate fur coat.

She sends her servant Alonzo to find a few puppies as she hires Jean-Pierre LePelt to help her capture 102 puppies. The trio create a scheme to set-up Kevin Sheppard, the owner of the animal shelter where Cruella spent her community service (and which is the only one in the borough, which allowed Cruella to trick the authorities to think he stole the puppies to frame her and collect the money), as a scape-goat for the police to investigate so Cruella and company can get all the puppies she needs for her coat. However, Kevin soon escapes from prison, and meets up with Chloe, to hear that Cruella and her henchmen are headed to Paris. But they are soon captured by Cruella and imprisoned in her house.

Cruella forgot one dalmatian, Oddball, because she was born without any spots. Oddball manages to rescue her family and all the other puppies kidnapped by Cruella. With Alonzo being a good guy, she also has Cruella turned into a massive cake and LePelt arrested thereby saving the day. This happy story ends when Oddball gets her first spots, the shelter gets Cruella's money, and everyone celebrates.

Production

The early working title was 101 Dalmatians Returns. Production began in December 1998 through January 1999 to mid November/December 1999. The film was set to be released on June 30, 2000 but was pushed back to November 22, 2000. Oxford Prison was used for the scene as Cruella walked out of prison. 102 Dalmatians was filmed partially in Paris.

Cast

Box office

The film opened at the third position behind M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable and How The Grinch Stole Christmas. The film did well at the box office, earning $66,957,026 in the U.S. and $116,654,745 overseas, bringing its total to $183,611,771 worldwide.[1] However, this is considerably less than the first film which earned $320,689,294 worldwide.[citation needed]

Video game

A video game based on the film, that was entitled 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue, was released in 2000, with Frankie Muniz as the voice of Domino and Molly Marlette as the voice of Oddball.

References

  1. ^ a b "102 Dalmatians (2000)". Boxofficemojo.com. 2001-04-10. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=102dalmatians.htm. Retrieved 2009-02-20. 
  2. ^ "Upcoming Cover Art - The Ultimate Guide to Disney DVD". Ultimatedisney.com. 2003-03-29. http://www.ultimatedisney.com/coverart.html. Retrieved 2009-02-20. 

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There are 2 Action-adventure games made based on the Disney movie 101 Dalmatians and its related spin-off 102 Dalmatians. In 1999 101 Dalmatians: Escape from DeVil Manor was released. This was followed by the release of 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue in 2000.

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  • 101 Dalmatians: Escape from DeVil Manor

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102 Dalmatians
Directed by Kevin Lima
Produced by Edward S. Feldman
Written by Dodie Smith (novel)
Kristen Buckley
Brian Regan
Starring Glenn Close
Gérard Depardieu
Ioan Gruffudd
Music by David Newman
Cinematography Adrian Biddle
Roger Pratt
Editing by Gregory Perler
Sophie Sorensen
Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures
Release date(s) November 22, 2000
Running time 100 minutes
Country United States
United Kingdom
France
Language English
Budget US$85,000,000 (estimated)
Gross revenue $183,611,771 [1]
Preceded by 101 Dalmations

102 Dalmatians (or 102 in Japan) is a 2000 live-action movie produced by The Walt Disney Company and starring Glenn Close as the villainous Cruella de Vil. It is a sequel to the 1996 movie 101 Dalmatians, which was a live-action remake of the 1961 Disney animated movie One Hundred and One Dalmatians. In the movie, Cruella de Vil attempts to steal puppies for her "grandest" fur coat yet. Glenn Close and Tim McInnerny were the only actors from the first movie to return for this sequel. The film was rated G by the MPAA, released on VHS and DVD on April 3, 2001, and re-released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on September 16, 2008.[2]

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The story

After a spot of therapy Cruella De Vil is released from prison a changed woman. Devoted to dogs and good causes, she is delighted that Chloe, her parole officer, has a dalmatian family and connections with a dog charity. But the sound of Big Ben can reverse the treatment so it is only a matter of time before Ms De Vil is back to her incredibly ghastly ways, using her new-found connections with Chloe and friends.

Cast

Actor Character Films
Glenn Close Cruella de Vil 1 & 2
Ioan Gruffudd Kevin Shepherd 2
Alice Evans Chloe Simon 2
Tim McInnerny Alonzo 1 & 2
Ian Richardson Mr. Torte 2
Gerard Depardieu Jean Pierre Le Pelt 2
Eric Idle Waddlesworth (voice) 2

Box office

The movie did well at the box office, earning $66,957,026 in the US and $116,654,745 overseas, bringing its total to $183,611,771 worldwide.[3] However, this is less than the first movie which earned $320,689,294 worldwide.

Sets

  • The Oxford prison was used for the scene as Cruella walked out of prison. This motion picture was filmed partially in Paris.

Video game

A video game based on the movie was released, with Frankie Muniz as the voice of Domino.

References

  1. [1]
  2. www.ultimatedisney.com/coverart.html
  3. http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=102dalmatians.htm 102 Dalmatians (2000)

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