What are all the puppies of the 101 Dalmatians called?
Among the most famous puppies there are certainly Pizzy, Penny, Lucky, Spruzzetto, Pepe, Lentigine, Rolly, Macchia, Grattugia, Gioia and Misurino and they are all part of the original litter of Pongo and Peggy, consisting of 15 puppies.
Crudelia De Mon Crudelia De Mon (Cruella De Vil), main antagonist of the film. She is a former schoolmate and friend of Anita and instigator of the kidnapping of Dalmatian puppies.
Cruella de Vil Crudelia De Mon (Cruella de Vil) is the main antagonist in the novel The Hundred and a Dalmatian by Dodie Smith, as well as in the famous film based on it The charge of the hundred and one.
Great Dane Danny is a Great Dane also called Danish or Great Danish (from English Great Dane). The Great Dane is a dog breed from Germany where it was used mainly for hunting and especially for hunting wild boar.
Fanfulla and in the film is Fanfulla, the dog of the fearsome Cruella Demon, This dog is born as you see it, without hair, except what it has on its legs, tail, and head!
Pongo and Peggy are happily reunited with their 15 puppies, but they soon realize that in total there are 99 puppies in the house. Shocked by Cruella's plans, Pongo and Peggy decide to adopt all the remaining puppies, confident that Rudy and Anita will be able to find a solution to accommodate them all.
Based on a book The story is taken from the novel The Hundred and a Dalmatian by Dodie Smith. The writer was inspired by her personal story when her Dalmatian gave birth to 15 puppies.
'How are you? Miserably dear, as usual. Superbly in pieces. '
The character first appears in the Disney world in 1961 with the animated film The Charge of a Hundred and One, and here the information about her is really stripped down.
Mouthpieces can be seen in period films like Breakfast at Tiffany's or in films like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, in which Johnny Depp almost constantly holds a mouthpiece in his mouth; even the antagonist of the animated film The Charge of the Hundred and One, Cruella De Mon, uses a black and white mouthpiece.
Cruella DeMon and her love for furs are the reason why the 15 puppies of Pongo and Peggy, the Dalmatians of the lovers Rudy and Anita, are kidnapped, leading their parents on a dangerous rescue operation.
PLOT THE CHARGE OF 101 The charge of 101 is a 1961 animated film directed by Wolfgang Reitherman, Hamilton Luske and Clyde Geronimo. Pongo is a splendid example of a Dalmatian who lives with his master and composer Rudy Radcliff in a small bachelor flat in London.
Anita: "How are you, Cruella?" Cruella DeMon: "Miserably, dear, as usual. Superbly in pieces."
Miserably dear, as usual. Superbly in pieces. '
The character of Cruella De Mon has appeared in several titles and, in 2021, is played by Emma Stone in the Disney live action film "Cruella", streaming on Disney + from August 27 for all subscribers.
In the 1996 film Cruella is an acclaimed and successful fashion designer of the 90s, owner of her fashion house "House of DeVil". Anita works for her and they have been friends for a long time.
Names for white male dogs
The protagonists, even before Rudy and Anita, are therefore Pongo and Peggy who, following the marriage between their two humans, in turn form a couple and give birth to a litter, fifteen Dalmatians to be precise.