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Writers:
Jim Kammerud (story)
Dan Root (story)
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Release Date:
21 January 2003 (USA) See more »
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A New Hero Unleashed.
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Being one of 101 takes its toll on Patch, who doesn't feel unique. When he's accidentally left behind on moving day, he meets his idol, Thunderbolt, who enlists him on a publicity campaign. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Barry Bostwick ... Thunderbolt (voice)

Jason Alexander ... Lightning (voice)

Martin Short ... Lars (voice)

Bobby Lockwood ... Patch (voice)

Susanne Blakeslee ... Cruella de Vil (voice)

Samuel West ... Pongo (voice)

Maurice LaMarche ... Horace (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Jasper (voice)

Jodi Benson ... Anita (voice)

Tim Bentinck ... Roger (voice)

Kath Soucie ... Perdita (voice)
Mary MacLeod ... Nanny (voice)

Michael Lerner ... Producer (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Kathryn Beaumont ... (voice)
Scott Alan Berk ... Salvador Dali (voice) (as Scott Alan)

Baker Bloodworth ... (voice)

Ursula Brooks ... (voice)

Corey Burton ... (voice)

Jim Cummings ... (voice)

Aria Noelle Curzon ... (voice)
Tony Fucile ... (voice)
Nikita Hopkins ... (voice)
Steven Clay Hunter ... (voice)

Daamen J. Krall ... (voice)

Kasha Kropinski ... Penny (voice)

Peter Lavin ... (voice)

Eli Russell Linnetz ... (voice)
Nicolette Little ... (voice)

Dara McGarry ... (voice)
Nick Meaney ... (voice)

Rob Paulsen ... (voice)

Jim Piddock

Phil Proctor ... (voice)

Clive Revill ... (voice)

Tara Strong ... (voice)

Clive Swift ... (voice)

Ben Tibber ... Lucky (voice)
Sophie Uliano ... (voice) (as Sophie Heyman)

Frank Welker ... (voice)

Directed by
Jim Kammerud 
Brian Smith 
 
Writing credits
Jim Kammerud (story) &
Dan Root (story) &
Garrett K. Schiff (story) &
Brian Smith (story)

Jim Kammerud (screenplay) and
Brian Smith (screenplay)

Dodie Smith (novel "The One Hundred and One Dalmatians")

Michael Lucker 
Temple Mathews  additional script material

Produced by
Carolyn Bates .... producer
Michael Harrigan .... post-production producer
Leslie Hough .... producer
 
Original Music by
Richard Gibbs 
 
Film Editing by
Robert S. Birchard 
Ron Price 
 
Casting by
Jamie Thomason 
 
Art Direction by
Bill Perkins 
 
Production Management
Samantha Berg .... production manager
Jill Brandt .... production manager
Takaaki Matsudaira .... production manager
Michelle Pniewski .... production manager
Joelle Spencer-Gilchrist .... assistant production manager (as Joelle Spencer)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Yumiko Suzuki .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Laura Beth Albright .... key color stylist
Dino Athanassiou .... storyboard artist
Francisco Avalos .... storyboard artist
Martin Fuller .... storyboard artist
Andrew Gormley .... key location designer
Skip Jones .... storyboard artist
Ennis McNulty .... key location designer
Lou Police .... key location designer (as Louis Police)
Tom Riggin .... production boards
Dean Roberts .... storyboard artist
Dan Root .... storyboard artist
Rafael Rosado .... storyboard artist
Dan Scanlon .... storyboard artist
Robert St. Pierre .... key location designer
Clint Taylor .... prop designer
Clint Taylor .... storyboard artist
Charles Warren .... prop designer (as Charlie Warren)
Jennifer Yuan .... key location designer
 
Sound Department
Erik Flockoi .... sound recordist
Donald J. Malouf .... sound
Terry O'Bright .... sound re-recording mixer
Carlos Sotolongo .... adr mixer
Carlos Sotolongo .... original dialogue mixer
Todd Toon .... sound editor
Thomas Whiting .... supervising adr editor
Thomas Whiting .... supervising dialogue editor
Dan Yale .... supervising foley editor
James Ashwill .... foley mixer (uncredited)
Linda Lew .... foley recordist (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Tetsuya Hasebe .... CGI assistant
Hiroyuki Hatada .... CGI artist
Mayumi Hiramatsu .... CGI assistant
Raymond C. King .... digital effects artist
Masahisa Koyata .... effects clean-up artist
Douglas Little .... visual effects supervisor
Kiyoteru Ogawa .... CGI artist
Madoka Yasue .... supervising effects animation director
 
Animation Department
Yutaka Akagami .... background artist
Laura Beth Albright .... animator: Character Builders
Francesca Allen .... character model clean-up
Kazuho Ando .... inbetween artist
Kaori Anmi .... background artist
Chie Arai .... key animator
Rie Arai .... key animator
Yoshiharu Ashino .... key animator
Dino Athanassiou .... designer
Dino Athanassiou .... sequence director
Takeshi Atomura .... key animator
Ed Bell .... character designer
Mannix Bennett .... key background stylist
David Block .... additional animator
Claude Chiasson .... animation producer: Yowza Animation
Pierre Chiasson .... animation production manager: Yowza Animation
Roger Chiasson .... animation director: Yowza Animation
Genta Chiba .... key animator
Samuel Chou .... animator
Chris Consani .... key background stylist (as Christopher Consani)
Dave Eppen .... key background stylist (as David Eppen)
James Finn .... key background stylist
Nozomi Fujii .... clean-up artist
Akiko Fujimoto .... clean-up artist
Taro Fukino .... inbetween artist
Mayumi Fukuda .... background artist
Greg Gibbons .... additional background artist
Shouko Hagiwara .... inbetween artist
Yuri Hamaya .... background artist
Atsuhiko Hara .... key animator
Kasumi Hara .... clean-up artist
Kyoko Haseyama .... clean-up artist
Dan Haskett .... character designer
Chris Hubbard .... additional animator
Yumi Hunamoto .... inbetween artist
Osamu Ii .... background artist
Kazuko Ike .... inbetween artist
Takahiro Ikezoe .... key animator
Yoshiko Imoto .... inbetween artist
Sagako Itakura .... background line artist
Yoshitake Iwakami .... clean-up artist
Chizuko Iwasa .... inbetween artist
Noriko Kai .... inbetween artist
Kenji Kajiwara .... clean-up artist
Tsutomu Kaneko .... clean-up artist
Yukie Kaneko .... inbetween artist
Isamitsu Kashima .... key animator
Isamitsu Kashima .... layout artist
Hiroshi Kawamata .... supervising animation director
J.K. Kim .... timing director
Emi Kitahara .... background artist
Yuko Kitani .... inbetween artist
Seigo Kitazawa .... inbetween artist
Kazuhide Kondo .... inbetween artist (as Kazuhide Kondou)
Madoka Koutou .... inbetween artist
Eiko Koyanagi .... clean-up artist
Hideaki Kurakawa .... key animator
Ai Kuwabara .... clean-up artist
Marsh Lamore .... timing director
Terry Lennon .... timing director
Rick Leon .... timing director
Leticia Lichtwardt .... key clean-up artist
Terumichi Maguchi .... clean-up artist
Kiyoko Makita .... clean-up artist
Reiko Mano .... clean-up artist
Gaston Marzio .... assistant animator
Masayo Matsumoto .... key animator
Akiko Matsuo .... inbetween artist
Serge Michaels .... key background stylist
Jyunichi Mineta .... clean-up artist (as Junichi Mineta)
Hiroko Minowa .... key animator
Chieko Miyagawa .... inbetween artist
Kiyomi Miyakawa .... key animator
Tomoko Miyata .... clean-up artist
Toshiharu Mizutani .... background line artist
Masako Morimitsu .... clean-up artist
Yufuki Morimoto .... key animator
Satsuki Muramatsu .... inbetween artist
Kazuhiro Murase .... key animator
Kazuo Nagai .... background line artist
Tomokatsu Nagasaku .... key animator
Rie Nakagome .... inbetween artist
Hiroaki Nakajima .... clean-up artist
Mio Nakano .... clean-up artist
Yohei Nakano .... inbetween artist (as Youhei Nakano)
Hirofumi Nakata .... key animator
Mai Nakazato .... inbetween artist
Maki Nishi .... clean-up artist
Sumie Nishido .... clean-up artist
Takayo Nishimura .... key animator
Takayo Nishimura .... layout artist
Yuko Ohara .... clean-up artist
Chie Ohkubo .... background artist
Mayumi Ohmura .... clean-up artist
Hiroshi Ohno .... background supervisor
Kiyomi Ohshima .... inbetween artist
Kumiko Ohta .... clean-up artist
Kumiko Ohtani .... inbetween artist
Masaru Oshiro .... key animator (as Masaru Ohshiro)
Dennis Pena .... animator
Shannon Penner .... animator
Kevin Petrilak .... timing director
Vittoria Quane .... clean-up artist
Jeff Richards .... key background stylist
Dan Root .... character design supervisor
Shinobu Saeki .... inbetween artist
Hiroyuki Saito .... inbetween artist
Masatomo Saito .... clean-up artist
Kiyoko Saitô .... clean-up artist
Kiwako Sakano .... inbetween artist
Troy Saliba .... character designer
Kazuko Shibata .... key animator
Tsutomu Shibutani .... clean-up artist
Keisuke Shimohira .... inbetween artist
Takeo Shuto .... inbetween checker
Koichi Suenaga .... key animator (as Kouichi Suenaga)
Takahito Sugawara .... clean-up artist
Kenji Sugiyama .... clean-up artist
Masaki Sugiyama .... layout artist
Noriko Sugiyama .... inbetween artist
Kaori Suzuki .... clean-up artist
Shinichi Suzuki .... layout artist
Tsuyoshi Takahashi .... clean-up artist
Takahiro Takashima .... inbetween checker
Kaori Takeuchi .... inbetween checker
Kazuyoshi Takeuchi .... key animator
Etsuko Tamakoshi .... inbetween checker
Ritsuko Tanaka .... inbetween artist
Kumiko Tanihira .... clean-up artist
Hyunpei Tatenaka .... key animator (as Junpei Tatenaka)
Yasuto Torii .... key animator
Bi Wei Tronolone .... key background stylist
Kenichi Tsuchiya .... supervising animation director
Yoshihiro Tsuji .... key animator
Koji Ukai .... key animator (as Kouji Ukai)
Raffaello Vecchione .... assistant animator
Hisashi Wada .... key animator
Sachiko Wakabayashi .... key animator
Yuji Watanabe .... key animator
Yukie Watanabe .... inbetween artist
Alexandra Weihrauch .... inbetween artist
Andreas Wessel-Therhorn .... additional animator
Theresa Wiseman .... additional animator
Hisako Yaji .... clean-up artist
Shigeru Yamamoto .... layout artist
Muneyuki Yamashita .... inbetween artist
Yukari Yamaura .... clean-up artist
Tsutomu Yanagida .... clean-up artist
Morihiko Yano .... inbetween artist
Kazumi Yokoyama .... clean-up artist
Kumiko Ôno .... background artist (as Kumiko Ohno)
Troy Quane .... animator: Yowza Animation (uncredited)
Larry Whitaker .... additional animator (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Daniel J. Soulsby .... casting coordinator
Jamie Thomason .... voice casting
David Wright .... casting
 
Editorial Department
Julie Dole .... first assistant editor
 
Music Department
Dominick Certo .... supervising music editor
Geoff Foster .... score recordist
Jason Frederick .... composer: additional score
Philip Giffin .... composer: additional music
Steven Gizicki .... music supervisor
Isobel Griffiths .... orchestra contractor
Paul S. Henning .... orchestrator
Patrick Russ .... orchestrator
Carl Rydlund .... orchestrator
Warren Sherk .... orchestrator
Bruce White .... viola
 
Other crew
Brie Buyaky .... production associate
Brian Cole .... technical director
Wendy Guin .... production associate
Barbara Harris .... loop group leader
Cousy Kane .... production assistant
D.J. Kirkbride .... production assistant
Keiji Kishi .... adr coordinator
Jamie Thomason .... dialogue director
 

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Also Known As:
"101 Dalmatians 2: Patch's London Adventure" - International (English title) (imdb display title), UK (imdb display title)
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Runtime:
70 min
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Goofs:
Continuity: In the beginning, Roger's piano is a console. Then later on when he's playing his piano in the basement of the new home, the piano is an upright.See more »
Quotes:
Patch:You lied to me?
Thunderbolt:I put on an act. I'm an actor. It's what I do.
Patch:But you said I could be your junior deputy.
Thunderbolt:I made all that up. I-I just needed someone who knew the script.
Patch:But you... You said that you'd help us!
Thunderbolt:Ohhh, don't you get it, kid? All that running around and saving the day stuff, it - it's make-believe! It's not real!
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References Old Yeller (1957)See more »
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
A bland and boring film, but since it's another Disney direct-to-video sequel, that's not surprising, 11 October 2010
Author: Electrified_Voltage from Guelph, Ontario, Canada

1961's "One Hundred and One Dalmatians", an adaptation of a book by Dodie Smith, is one of the animated classics produced by Walt Disney, before he died in 1966 and his company went on without him. It's also one of the Disney features I remember seeing as a kid in the '90s. The last time I watched it was earlier this year, and I still found it very impressive, but certainly wasn't in a hurry to see its sequel too soon after that. "101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure" was made over forty years after that movie and is another one of Disney's direct-to-video sequels from the past sixteen years. I finally decided to watch this 2003 sequel this month, but when it turned out that I wasn't impressed with it, I was not surprised.

Roger, Anita, and all the Dalmatians they live with are about to move out of their London flat and into the Dalmatian Plantation in the countryside, where they will have much more room. Patch, one of the puppies in the massive Dalmatian litter, feels he's just another dog and wishes to be more like Thunderbolt, his one-of-a-kind television hero. On the day of the move, Patch is accidentally left behind, but having recently heard that "The Thunderbolt Adventure Hour" is about to be filmed in London, he now has an opportunity to appear on the show. While the rest of the litter, their parents Pongo and Perdita, and the two humans all go to their new rural home not realizing they've left someone behind, Patch sets out to audition for the guest spot but fails miserably. After Thunderbolt's sidekick, Lightning tells him they're killing off his character on the show, the dog star sets out to try and prove himself a true hero, and Patch follows him. Meanwhile, Cruella De Vil is once again up to no good!

Two things I can usually expect from theatrically released animated Disney features, whether Walt Disney was around to produce them or they were made after his death, are an exciting story and some good humour to go with it. Unfortunately, this direct-to-video feature doesn't really have either of those. The story as a whole is boring and might make the film seem a bit tedious, even at just an hour and ten minutes long! It also sometimes seems a little too much like the original "One Hundred and One Dalmatians", even though it does have some new elements. Cruella isn't quite the same as she is in the 1961 film, and certainly isn't as well crafted, which shows in such scenes as the ones featuring her and the Lars character, who paints spots. When it comes to the humour, I only smiled occasionally, and barely ever laughed if at all, which is certainly not something I can say about the original. Horace and Jasper certainly aren't as funny as they are in the 1961 Disney hit, and they're not the only ones, so the humour here also fails. The new characters don't contribute much to the entertainment, either.

This animated sequel was made after both the live action "101 Dalmatians" remake from the '90s and that film's sequel, "102 Dalmatians". Shortly after I last watched the 1961 Disney cartoon, I saw the first of the two live action films for the first time in over a decade, but did not like it, so I do not intend to watch the sequel it spawned, especially since it seems to be even less popular than its predecessor. Some fans may like this sequel to the original "One Hundred and One Dalmatians" and consider it to be better than the two live action films, but personally, while I haven't seen the second live action movie, I think "101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure" is pretty much the same as the first live action movie in terms of quality. I think this is the worst Disney direct-to-video sequel I've seen (haven't seen them all), which is really saying something, and I don't think there was really much point in it being made.

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