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Cruella De Vil (Character)
from 101 Dalmatians (1961)

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101 Dalmatians (1996)
Cruella De Vil: You... BEASTS! But I'm not beaten yet. You've won the battle, but I'm about to win the wardrobe. My spotty puppy coat is in plain sight and leaving tracks. In a moment I'll have what I came for, while all of you will end up as sausage meat, alone on some sad, plastic plate. Dead and meaty and red. No friends, no family, no pulse. Just slapped between two buns, smothered in onions, with fries on the side. Cruella De Vil has the last laugh!

Frederick: I thought we liked stripes this year.
Cruella De Vil: What kind of sycophant are you?
Frederick: Uh, what kind of sycophant would you like me to be?

Cruella De Vil: I live for fur, I worship fur. After all, is there a woman in all this wretched world who doesn't?

Cruella De Vil: We lose more women to marriage than war, famine, and disease.

Cruella De Vil: Congratulations. You've just won gold, silver, and bronze in the Morons Olympics!
Horace: [mouthing hesitantly, then speaking out loud] Who won the gold?
Cruella De Vil: [screaming] Shut up! My business, my reputation, my life, has been ruined because you three incompetent twits let yourselves be outsmarted by a bunch of dumb animals! And you call yourselves men? Huh? I've seen more intelligent pieces of carpet!
[suddenly, they notice, too late, a skunk that promptly sprays them all; they all start screaming their heads off and pound against the police van walls]

Cruella De Vil: [to Skinner on the phone] Mr. Skinner, suspicions are mounting. Police are everywhere. I want the job done tonight. Can you do it?
Skinner: [taps one of the keys on the phone several times to communicate]
Cruella De Vil: Any way you want. Poison them, drown them, bash them on the head. Got any chloroform? I don't care how you kill the little beasts, just do it, and do it now!

Cruella De Vil: All right. Keep the little beasts. Do what you like with them. Drown them, for all I care. You're a *fool*, Anita! I have no use for fools. You're fired, you're finished, you'll never work in fashion again! I'm through with all of you! I'll get even! Just wait. You'll be sorry. You fools! You IDIOTS!

Cruella De Vil: And you must be Rufus.

[Cruella has spotted the dogs running away across a field]
Cruella De Vil: Bingo!
Cruella De Vil: Poor little things. I'm gonna cut you off, then cut you up!
[sinister chuckle]

Cruella De Vil: [scary whisper] Oh, yes! I love the smell of near extinction!

Cruella De Vil: Alonzo. The drawing.
[Alonzo looks confused]
Cruella De Vil: [shrieking] Take the drawing from Anita, and hand it to me! Is that difficult?
[Alonzo gives her the drawing, then Cruella snatches it]
Cruella De Vil: Thank you. Now go and stand somewhere until I need you.

Cruella De Vil: [walking through a farmyard] This is extraordinary. I am reduced to tramping through SEWAGE! Because my two imbeciles can't keep track of a bunch of infant dogs!

Cruella De Vil: [to a racoon who has just stolen her hat and is wearing it] Darling, red isn't your color. Give me the hat. Give me the hat, or you will become a hat. GIVE IT TO ME!

Jasper: [as they meet up to discuss their plan for Cruella's coat] Ah, ma'am, what a beautiful day it is out there! Sun shining, blue skies, the laughter of schoolchildren riding on the gentle breeze.
Cruella De Vil: Get on with it, you imbecile!

Cruella De Vil: Be sure to let me know when the blessed event occurs.
Anita: [thinking that Cruella is talking about the baby] It won't be for another 8 months.
Cruella De Vil: The puppies, darling. I have no use for babies.

Cruella De Vil: My faith in your limited intelligence is momentarily restored.

101 Dalmatians (1961)
Anita: Cruella, isn't that a new fur coat?
Cruella De Vil: My only true love, darling. I live for furs. I worship furs! After all, is there a woman in all this wretched world who doesn't?

Cruella: Fifteen. Fifteen puppies! How marvelous! How marvelous! How perfectly ugh! Oh, the devil take it, they're mongrels. No spots! No spots at all! What a horrid little white rat!
Nanny: They're not mongrels! They'll get their spots. Just wait and see.
Anita: That's right, Cruella. They'll have their spots in a few weeks.
Cruella: Oh, well, in that case I'll take them all. The whole litter. Just name your price, dear.
Anita: I'm afraid we can't give them up. Poor Perdita, she'd be heartbroken.
Cruella: Anita, don't be ridiculous. You can't possibly afford to keep them. You can scarcely afford to feed yourselves.
Anita: Well, I'm sure we'll get along.
Cruella: [laughing] Yes, I know! I know! Roger's.
Cruella: Roger's songs!
[laughs again]

Cruella: When can the puppies leave their mother? Two weeks? Three weeks?
Roger: Never.
Cruella: What?
Roger: W-w-we're n-not s-selling t-the puppies. N-n-not a sing - a single one. Do you understand?
Cruella: Anita, is he serious? I really don't know Roger.
Anita: Well Cruella, he seems...
Cruella: Surely he must be joking!
Roger: No, no, no. I-I-I mean it. You're-you're not getting one. N-n-not one. And that's - that's final!
Cruella: Why, you horrid man! You - you - All right, keep the little beasts for all I care!
[she rips up the cheque]
Cruella: Do as you like with them! Drown them!
[she walks up to Anita]
Cruella: But I warn you, Anita, we're through. I'm through with all of you! I'll get even. Just wait. You'll be sorry! You fools! You - you idiots!

Anita: Oh, it'll be at least three weeks. No rushing these things, you know.
Cruella De Vil: [chuckles] Anita, you're such a wit.
[calls Pongo]
Cruella De Vil: Here dog, here. Here, dog.
Pongo: [Growls at Cruella angrily]

Cruella: You idiots! You fools! You imbeciles!
[bursts out crying]
Jasper: Ahhh, shut up!

Cruella De Vil: [Trying to write a check to buy the puppies] Come now, I'm being more than generous. Blast this pen!
[Shakes it]
Cruella De Vil: Blast this wretched, wretched pen!
[Splatters ink all over Pongo and Roger]

Cruella De Vil: Anita, darling!
Anita: How are you?
Cruella De Vil: Miserable, darling, as usual, perfectly wretched.

Cruella De Vil: I've got no time to argue. I tell you, it's got to be done tonight!
[Turns off television set]
Cruella De Vil: Do you understand? Tonight!
Horace: But they ain't big enough.
Jasper: You couldn't get half a dozen coats out of the whole kaboodle.
Seargent Tibs: [whispering] Coats? Dog skin coats?
Cruella De Vil: Then we'll settle for half a dozen!
Jasper: [Jasper coughs]
Cruella De Vil: We can't wait! The police are everywhere. I want the job done tonight!
Horace: How're we gonna do it?
Cruella De Vil: Any way you like. Poison them. Drown them. Bash them in the head. You got any chloroform?
Jasper: Not a drop.
Horace: And no ether, either.
Jasper: [Hits Horace over the head with bottle]
Jasper: Either!
Cruella De Vil: I don't care how you kill the little beasts, but do it, and do it now!
Jasper: Aw, please, miss. Have pity, will you? Can't we see the rest of the show first?
Horace: We want to see "What's My Crime?"
[Cruella takes Jasper's bottle causing him to cough and throws it into the fireplace, where it explodes; she slaps both of them in the face]
Cruella De Vil: Now listen, you idiots! I'll be back first thing in the morning. And the job better be done or I'll I'll I'll call the police! Do you understand?
Seargent Tibs: [She slams the door behind her; a piece of plaster falls off the ceiling and on Horace's head]
Horace: I think she means it, Jasper.

[Cruella is reading the newspapers headlining the capture of the Dalmatian puppies]
Cruella De Vil: [reads one headline] "Dognapping!" Tsk, tsk, tsk. Can you imagine such a thing?
[reads another headline]
Cruella De Vil: "Fifteen Puppies Stolen". They are darling little things.
[she looks at the photos in the papers of the Radcliffs and their Dalmatians]
Cruella De Vil: Anita and her...
Cruella De Vil: and her bashful Beethoven, pipe and all!
Cruella De Vil: Oh, Roger, you are a fool!

Cruella De Vil: [on the phone with Jasper] Jasper! Jasper, you idiot! How dare you call here?
Jasper: But we don't want no more of this here! We want our bootle! We'll settle for half!
Cruella De Vil: Not one shilling until the job is done! Understand?
Horace: Jasper! Jasper!
[shows newspaper]
Jasper: [to Cruella] But it's here in the blinkin' papers! Pictures and all!
Cruella De Vil: Hang the papers! It'll be forgotten tomorrow!
Horace: I don't like it, Jasper. I.
Jasper: [to Horace] Ahh, shut up, you idiot!
Cruella De Vil: [shouts] What?
Jasper: [to Cruella] Oh, no! Not you, Miss! I mean Horace, here!
Cruella De Vil: Why, you imbecile!

Cruella: [over the phone] Oh, Anita, what a dreadful day. I just saw the papers. I couldn't believe it.
Anita: Yes, Cruella, it was quite a shock.
Roger: What does she want? Is she calling to confess?
Anita: Roger, please!
Roger: Oh, she's a sly one, she is!

Cruella: [phone rings] Hello?

Cruella De Vil: Well what have we here?
[looking at the snow]
Cruella De Vil: So they thought they could outwit Cruella?
[Honking car horn]
Cruella De Vil: Jasper! Horace! Here's their tracks heading straight for the village!
Jasper: Blimey! It's them, all right.
Cruella De Vil: Work your way south on the side roads. I'll take the main road.
[Driving off]
Cruella De Vil: See you in Dinsford!

Cruella De Vil: Well, any sign of them?
Jasper: Not so much as a blooming footprint. And we've been up and down every blicking road in the county.
Horace: We're froze stiff. We're giving up.
Cruella De Vil: Oh, no, you don't! We'll find the little mongrels if it takes till next Christmas. Now get going! And watch your driving, you imbeciles! Do you wanna get nabbed by the police?

Anita: Oh, I'd like a nice fur, but there are other nice things...
Cruella De Vil: Sweet, simple Anita! I know, I know! This horrid little house is your dream castle! And poor Roger is your bold and fearless Sir Galahad!
Anita: Oh, Cruella...
Cruella De Vil: And then of course, you have your little spotted friends...
[She peers at a picture of Pongo and Perdita and blows smoke around it]
Cruella De Vil: Yes I must say, such perfectly beautiful coats...

102 Dalmatians (2000)
Judge: Cruella DeVil...
Cruella de Vil: Do call me Ella; Cruella sounds so... cruel.

Cruella de Vil: Alonso, I need you.
Alonzo: I'm yours.
Cruella de Vil: Banish yourself with a torch, large sack and rubber soled shoes; meanwhile I need a furrier, oh, and I know just where to find him, a-ha ha.

Cruella de Vil: Don't worry - I've got a perfectly good idiot to take the fall for it.
[Alonso smiles]
Cruella de Vil: Not you, Alonso, another idiot.

Cruella de Vil: Only two minions to abuse? Oh Jean-Pierre, the world is so unfair.

Alonzo: [Cruella starts reacting wildly to seeing spots surrounding her] Ella? Would you be more comfortable in the car?... Ella? Miss. de Vil?
Cruella de Vil: Not Ella. Ella's gone! And Cruella is...
[Cruella's frenzied scream morphs into a evil cackle as Alonzo gasps/wails noisily with horror]

Chloe Simon: Cruella de Vil, that wretched...
Cruella de Vil: Philanthropist?

Cruella de Vil: Just a teensy, weensy heckle? You know - MURDERER!

Cruella de Vil: My dalmatian puppy coat. The coat of dreams. The ultimate fur coat, that was denied me by that canine cabal, for which I have lost THREE YEARS OF MY LIFE! Alonso, we're going to make them pay.
Alonzo: Yes. How much?
Cruella de Vil: Dipstick, she called him. What fiendish justice! He escaped me, but I shall wreak my vengeance on the next generation.
Alonzo: Sounds wonderful.

Cruella de Vil: Alonzo! Find the rat and kill it! Le Pelt and I will be on the Orient Express!
Alonzo: K... k... k... KILL?
Cruella de Vil: The last time I underestimated a puppy, I wound up in the pokey!

[from the trailer]
Cruella de Vil: [to the audience] Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Surprise!

Cruella de Vil: Faint heart never won fur lady!

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Oozy Does It/Barnboozled (#2.13)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: I am simply sensational in my new commercial! Don't you agree?
Cruella de Vil: Of course, you do. I pay you to agree.
Horace: [to Jasper] She pays you?

Cruella de Vil (Left Head): This is an environmental disaster.
Cruella de Vil (Right Head): What she said.
Cruella de Vil (Left Head), Cruella de Vil (Right Head): Memo to myself: No longer pollute local rivers and streams that directly effect me.

Cruella de Vil: What a ravishing day, almost as if I designed it myself. Fresh air, sparkling water... humongous glowing blue tsunami of *slime*?

Cruella de Vil: My pool is ruined! And whoever heard of Cruella De Vil with blue and white hair? There ought to be a law against dumping gunk like this!
Jasper: There is.
Horace: But you told us to ignore it.

[last lines]
Roger Dearly: Well, Cruella, you left the barn. From now on, we own it and the puppies stay.
Cruella de Vil: [coughing] Fine.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: No Train, No Gain (#1.8)" (1997)
[first lines]
Cruella de Vil: [on the telephone] Mr. Kim, I promise every kid in the world will soon be sucking on Cruella's blubber pops. Your investment will pay off. You just have to be patient. Yes, I'll hold.

Cruella de Vil: What am I going to do with twenty tons of whale blubber?
[Mr. Kim mumbles through the phone]
Cruella de Vil: That's not an appropriate response, Mr. Kim.

Jasper: What do we do now, Ms. de Vil?
Cruella de Vil: Steal it.
Horace: But i-isn't that stealing?
Cruella de Vil: Nothing gets past you, does it?

[last lines]
Cruella de Vil: Next time, I'll take a bus.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Smoke Detectors/Lobster Tale (#2.19)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: [finds herself chewing on someone's socks] Lovely stockings. Argyle?

Cruella de Vil: That does it, Anita. I'll never smoke again. I've hit bottom. Once you've chewed on a man's socks, the world is a whole different flavor.

Cruella de Vil: On my ship, we serve only the freshest sea food. It's so fresh, it fights back. Don't you just love an entree with spunk?

Anita Dearly: Cruella, what's wrong?
Cruella de Vil: My bedroom! That's what's wrong! Burned to a crisp!
Roger Dearly: So, now it matches the kitchen, den and garage?
Cruella de Vil: Very amusing, Randy, but that's the least of my problems.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Dog Food Day Afternoon/Spot's Fairy God-Chicken (#2.49)" (1998)
Cruella de Vil: Memo to myself: Replace sawdust in the dog food with dirt. It's even cheaper.
Man: But Ms. De Vil, aren't you concerned about the nutrition?
Cruella de Vil: Oh, who cares? They're dogs! And they're owners are too stupid to know the difference.

Rolly: Who could be responsible for such monstrosity?
Cruella de Vil: You're fired!
Spot: Why do we bother to ask?

Cruella de Vil: Help me! I'm basting!

Cruella de Vil: Thank you, faceless consumer horde... I mean, people.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Shrewzie Watch/The Life You Save (#2.23)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: You did keep my contract to buy the farm, Roska.
Roger Dearly: Oh, no! I'm not going to sign until I have a lawyer to look it over, maybe two.

Roger Dearly: Wait a minute, you were taking photos on the farm?
Cruella de Vil: Well, it's amazing what you can stumble across with a super telescopic antimorphic night vision lens.

[first lines]
Dr. Wetland: Oh, there can be no doubt. This is a specimen of genus isolatus slinkalongus, the elusive and very shy solitary tree shrewzle.
Anita Dearly: But, Dr. Weltand, I-I thought tree shrewzles were practically extinct.
Cruella de Vil: So did everyone, darling. There hasn't been one spotted locally for ages. Until now.
Dr. Wetland: When Ms. de Vil told me she took this photo on your farm, I nearly wept for joy.
Roger Dearly: Wait, wait a minute. You were taking photos on our farm?
Cruella de Vil: Well, it's amazing what you can stumble across with a super telescopic anamorphic night vision lens.
Lucky: Scam alert. Total scam alert. Cruella's up to something.

Dr. Wetland: Of course, being endangered, the shrewzle's habitat will have to be protected.
Roger Dearly: Protected?
Cruella de Vil: By environmental law, Rotter. Living so close to such a delicate creature will require you to make a few, uh, adjustments. Tell him, doctor.
Dr. Wetland: Under penalty of law, you will be required to
[clears throat]
Dr. Wetland: whisper when you talk, tiptoe when you walk, unplug all of your electrical appliances, and trade in your cars for llamas. Since the tree shrewzle is nocturnal, you must curtail all activity during its daylight sleep cycle. And, for the three months of its mating season, you have to wear blindfolds.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: A Christmas Cruella (#1.11)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: You people don't have any Christmas spirit. Christmas is about giving, giving me more designs, more things to sell, more of your time!

Cruella de Vil: How can you be the Ghost of Christmas past? You're just a puppy.
Cadpig: It's called "multi-tasking." I can be a cute puppy, and the Ghost of Christmas past, just like you can be a fashion designer, and pure evil.

Cruella de Vil: [she is handing out office supplies] Merry Christmas Anita.
Anita Dearly: [Is handed Susan's nametag] Susan?
Cruella de Vil: Oops, I must've grabbed the wrong one, I meant to give you yours, because, well, I'm giving you your job back, you can have Susan's desk too, I'm firing her tomorrow.

[last lines]
Cruella de Vil: I am so filled with the Christmas spirit, I'm even bringing gifts for all the dalmatians. Office supplies!
Rolly: Ugh. Some gifts. Not one festive cheese log.
Cadpig: Think positive. Think of all the collating you can do.
Anita Dearly: Um, thank you for the gifts, Cruella. But, well, I'm afraid we don't have anything for you. We didn't know you were coming.
Cruella de Vil: Oh, tut tut, darling. You're giving me a wonderful gift. This is the Christmas I've been wishing for. Puppies. Puppies! Woof-woof!
Roger Dearly: Cruella, no. Not Wizzer. Oh...
[Cruella picks up Wizzer, only to have him wet on her shirt]
Cruella de Vil: [sardonically] God bless us, every one.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Two Faces of Anita (#2.6)" (1997)
Mr. Puffin: Before I make the public announcement, I wanted to congratulate you for having the designer of the year working for you.
Cruella de Vil: Darling, I don't work for me. I *am* me.

Anita Dearly: You know, I can never thank you enough for letting me work here, Cruella.
Cruella de Vil: [laughs] No, you can't, my dear. Can you?

[Cruella's mask starts to run]
Cruella de Vil: What's happening? Oh, no. I-I'm melting! I'm melting!

[last lines]
Cruella de Vil: Well, at least I get to drive my own car home.
Police Sergeant: Your car?
Cruella de Vil: Well, of course it's my car. Who else around here is classy enough to drive this?
Police Sergeant: Read it. Failure to stop at a red light. Failure to stop for a fire hydrant. Failure to acknowledge police sergeant. Resisting arrest.
[continues indistinctly]
Cruella de Vil: Ugh. Glamor is not pretty.
Police Sergeant: Failure to...

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Tic Track Toe/Lucky All-Star (#2.2)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: Memo to myself: Give up gambling. It's wrong... especially if you lose money.

Cruella de Vil: Come back here, you! You owe me more than a dollar! Ooh! I mustn't run in heels!

Cruella de Vil: Wait, come back. Don't leave just because that canine lost. Please, stay and gamble away your hard earned money.

Rolly: Besides, you only lost one race.
Spot: Yeah. It's not like they're gonna to tear the place down.
Cruella de Vil: [on a megaphone] What are you waiting for? Tear the place down!

Mickey's House of Villains (2001) (V)
Cruella De Vil: Lights out.

Cruella De Vil, Ursula, Captain Hook: Oh, Halloween at the House of Mouse, all treats and no tricks. If this were my house, I'd run things differently.
Ursula: Add a splash of evil?
Captain Hook: Pillage and plunger?
Iago: Blah, blah, blah. Every year it's the same thing. All talk and no play. What a bunch of dull villains.
Jafar: Well this year will be different.
Jafar: [Jafar holds a small hourglass]
Jafar: I've got a trick for Mickey Mouse. But you'll have to wait till midnight.

Cruella De Vil: Get those puppies!
Captain Hook: Game over, Mickey!

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Four Stories Up (#2.9)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: I feel so... centered. How can I ever thank you?
Gipdac: No thanks are necessary. Just remember what you have learned - materialism and greed have no place in the world... and it's really hard to get out of this position, isn't it?

Cruella de Vil: Not one call. Not one cent. Doesn't anyone care about the fashion-deprived kids?

Gipdac: You two have been brought here to learn a system of inner values - peace, interplanetary harmony, and stellar convergence.
Cruella de Vil: Oh, very '60s. Memo to myself: Bring back Go-Go Boots.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Leisure Lawsuit/Purred It Through the Grapevine (#2.4)" (1997)
[first lines]
Cruella de Vil: Oh, you were so right, Anita Darling. This picnic is precisely what I needed - a chance to get away from it all. Ah, to enjoy the earthly pleasures of simple peasant folk.
Anita Dearly: Having you join us, Cruella, was such an unexpected surprise.
Cruella de Vil: Well, I knew that hang-up on my voicemail must have been you calling to invite me.

Cruella de Vil: I just love when good things happen to bad people!

Anita Dearly: Having you join us, Cruella, was such an unexpected surprise.
Cruella de Vil: Well, I knew that hang up on my voice mail must have been you calling to invite me.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Film Fatale/My Fair Chicken (#2.30)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: This box has been opened! Are you shorting me again? I'll count every straw!
Man: But this is for the straws you were shorted last week.
Cruella de Vil: Oh, so it is. Well, don't let it happen again or it'll be the last straw!

Cruella de Vil: Our designs are on sale at the concession stand. Don't be afraid to make a fashion statement, people.
Boy: They're scary, like you.
Cruella de Vil: I take it back. Be afraid, be very afraid.

Cruella de Vil: It's true! The camera does put on pounds! Memo to myself: Move up liposuction appointment.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Home Is Where the Bark Is (#1.1)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: Tell me, are there still 101, or did I happen to take out a couple of the mutts when I drove in?

Cruella de Vil: I picked the wrong week to quit smoking.

Cruella de Vil: Welcome wagon! A special cake for my new neighbors.
Roger Dearly: "Happy Bar-Mitzvah, Howard?"
Cruella de Vil: Well, it's the only thing they had up at that old donut shack in Grutely. Memo to myself: Buy that donut shack in Grutely and fire everybody.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Bad to the Bone/Southern Fried Cruella (#1.5)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: Bacon? What animal lays that?

Horace: Ah, so, are we working for the real fake you or the fake real you?
Cruella de Vil: Oh, you nitwits. I'm talking about the real fake real me. Oh, just fake it.

[last lines]
Cruella de Vil: Come back. I can do real.
Lucky: See? Now that is a fun vacation.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Shake, Rattle and Woof/Cadpig Behind Bars (#2.3)" (1997)
Roger Dearly: How do I know you're not making the same old empty promises?
Cruella de Vil: Oh, don't be ridiculous. These are brand new empty promises.

Cruella de Vil: I'll have my people call your people... oh, that's right. You don't have people.

[first lines]
Cruella de Vil: There goes that crazy Randy again, recording those noise polluting pups.
Horace: Maybe not so crazy. Last year, three cats recorded an album of Christmas carols.
Jasper: That's right. They became instant stars.
Cruella de Vil: Stars? I've just had a brilliant idea to get the Dearly Farm.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: You Slipped a Disk/Chow About That? (#2.1)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: Who's idiotic idea was it to put a bird bath in the middle of your driveway?
Anita Dearly: Cruella, we don't have a bird bath in our driveway.
Cruella de Vil: Well, you do now.

Cruella de Vil: Who's idea was it to put a bird bath in the middle of your driveway?
Anita Dearly: Cruella, we don't have a bird bath in our driveway.
Cruella de Vil: Well, you do now.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: The Fungus Among Us (#2.7)" (1997)
[first lines]
Cruella de Vil: It's impossible! Unacceptable! Intolerable! I am Cruella de Vil. My name is synonymous with wealth.
Accountant: But you're fall designs fell flat. Especially these... cheese shoes. Our only seller was the Cruella de Vil Halloween costume. And, according to my computations, profits are down.
Cruella de Vil: Down? Down?
Cruella de Vil: Down. Well, of course. It's quite clear to me my profits aren't as up as they should be. Well, that's easily remedied. Isn't it, Scorch? You're fired!

[last lines]
Princess: It shouldn't be long now.
Cruella de Vil: Wait! Don't go. Don't go, come back.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: You Say It's Your Birthday (#2.12)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: At the tone, you have 29 minutes and and 40 seconds until you must get back to work.

[last lines]
Cruella de Vil: Happy 101st birthday, you mutts.

"House of Mouse: Jiminy Cricket (#1.8)" (2001)
Mickey: Cruella De Vil's been a little sloppy with her driving lately.
Cruella De Vil: Who? Me?
Mickey: She's gotten 101 citations.

"Once Upon a Time: Darkness on the Edge of Town (#4.13)" (2015)
Fast Food Worker: Welcome to Mr. Cluck's, what can I get you?
Cruella De Vil: One double cluck combo.
Ursula: Make it two.
Cruella De Vil: Rumple?
Rumplestiltskin: No, thanks. I'd like to survive for my happy ending.
Fast Food Worker: That'll be $14.15. Please pull up to the window and have a cluckity cluck, cluck day.
Rumplestiltskin: Please hurry up.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Dalmatian Vacation, Part 1: Road Warriors (#2.51)" (1998)
Roger Dearly: Uh... I think the pups want to stop.
Cruella de Vil: At a dog food factory? Over my dead body.
[the pups flatten her]
Roger Dearly: Close enough.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: The High Price of Fame/The Great Cat Invasion (#1.7)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: Oh, don't be a fool. I wouldn't dream of making the delightful little beasts into coats. It would be far too politically incorrect.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: The Dogs of Devil/Dog's Best Friend (#1.10)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: How many times do I have to tell you? No more wire hangers!

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Close But No Cigar/Invasion of the Doggy Snatchers (#2.18)" (1997)
[first lines]
Ed: For bounds of fun, be sure to run to Grutely County Fair. Ferris wheels, bumper cars, and guest stars will be there. Yee-hoo! And be sure to buy your tickets for for the ten thousand... Huh? I've only got eight fingers. $10,000 House of de Vil sweepstakes.
Cruella de Vil: That's right, Ed. Today, some lucky little peon will walk away with more money than they deserve. Plus, a year's supply of my silky soft hairspray, Cruella Sheen.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Fountain of Youth/Walk a Mile in my Tracks (#2.26)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: Don't you have any tap water?
Anita Dearly: It might be a tad rusty. Roger's been working on the pipes.
Cruella de Vil: Oh, well, that's just fine. I'll just think of it as gravy.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Virtual Lucky (#2.35)" (1997)
Roger Dearly: No, Lucky. This isn't a game for pets.
Cruella de Vil: Here! Let me have a go at this!
Roger Dearly: No, Cruella. This isn't a game for pests... uh, I mean, uh... fashion designers.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Market Mayhem/Lucky to Be Alone (#2.8)" (1997)
[first lines]
Cruella de Vil: Oh, you sweet little dears. I worry about you working so hard. Do me a favor: RETIRE. Then I could sleep at night. Just name your price.
Pa: The store's our life. Has been for 40 years.
Ma: The rumor is you'll tear it down to build your own private carwash. Then what would the good folk in Gruteley do for groceries?
Cruella de Vil: Let them eat catered.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Valentine Daze (#2.17)" (1997)
[last lines]
Cruella de Vil: Happy Valentine's Day, Scorchy-poo.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Horace and Jasper's Big Career Move (#2.46)" (1998)
Cruella de Vil: You are fired!
Horace: Do you mean fired till tomorrow or fired till Tuesday?
Jasper: She's kind of riled up this time; we better stay fired until Thursday.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Howl Noon/Easy on the Lies (#1.3)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: This is more fun than firing old people.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Treasure of Swamp Island/Lord of the Termites (#2.25)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: I'd get rid of you mutts right now, but there's probably a tax on revenge.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Out to Launch/Prophet and Loss (#1.12)" (1998)
Cruella de Vil: Oh, just throw the nuclear warheads in the dumpster. Tomorrow's trash day and I'd like to be out of town when they toss it in the truck.

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: Cupid Pup (#2.36)" (1997)
Cruella de Vil: Welcome Baron Effem Von Schnickledoodle!
[a very old man enters]
Cruella de Vil: Can I get you anything? A drink? Hors d'oeuvres? Oxygen? Memo to myself: Make this a short engagement.

"House of Mouse: The Stolen Cartoons (#1.1)" (2001)
Goofy: Here's your doggy bag, Miss DeVil.
Cruella De Vil: Forget the bag.
[eyeing a frightened Pluto]
Cruella De Vil: I'll take the doggy!