Title Matching "101 Dalmatians" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. 101 Dalmatians (1996)
G | 103 min | Adventure, Comedy, Crime
An evil high-fashion designer plots to steal Dalmatian puppies in order to make an extravagant fur coat, but instead creates an extravagant mess.
Votes: 108,511 | Gross: $136.19M
2. 101 Dalmatians 2: Patch's London Adventure (2002 Video)
G | 74 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
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.
3. 101 Dalmatian Street (2018–2020)
TV-Y7 | 22 min | Animation, Comedy, Family
This series follows the lives of Delilah and Doug, descendants of Pongo and Perdita, and their 99 dalmatian pups at 101 Dalmatian Street, Camden Town.
8. 101 Dalmatians: Escape from DeVil Manor (1997 Video Game)
Adventure, Family, Thriller
Animated point and click adventure and sidequel to Disney's 101 Dalmatians (1961). Cruella's henchmen have kidnapped the dalmatian puppies. You play as one of the pups named Peaches. Save your friends and escape Cruella's villa.
9. 101 Dalmatians: The Further Adventures of Thunderbolt (2015 Video)
2 min | Animation, Short, Adventure
In Walt Disney's 101 Dalmatians, the puppies watch a black and white serial western TV show about Thunderbolt the Wonder Dog. That episode ends in a cliff hanger as Thunderbolt, in hot ... See full summary »
14. Disney's 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (2003 Video Game)
E | Action, Family
Everything Wrong with... (2012– )
Everything Wrong with 101 Dalmatians in 15 Minutes or Less
TV-14 | 16 min | Comedy
101 Dalmatians is a Disney animated classic. There's been a live-action remake with Glenn Close, and now we're getting Cruella with Emma Stone. Seemed like a good time to go sin-diving in the original. So we did.
Star: Jeremy Scott
At the Movies (1986–2010)
101 Dalmatians/Hype!/The Crucible/Palookaville/Ridicule
TV-PG | Talk-Show
Siskel and Ebert review five new movies. And in "The Viewer's Thumb" segment, Gregory Moore criticizes Siskel and Ebert for liking Michael Jordan's acting in "Space Jam", claiming they gave him a break because he lives in Chicago.