101 Dalmatians (1996)
Based on the villian from this film.
Dalmation pups watching it on TV
Promotional chocolate bar shown as part of the free stuff sent to Adam and Joe.
Dennis goes to the London premiere of this film.
Shawn tells Alan that he, Cory and Topanga are going to see the film.
Billboard visible in the background as David drives Mr. Bean down Sunset Boulevard.
Jo rambles on about how everyone's getting dalmatians because of a movie, but he doesn't want one.
Video box at Video Store.
Throw the bomb at Cruella de Vil
Ran mentions the movie.
Cruella de Vil is mentioned
Poster on the wall and cutouts on floor
Title is mentioned
Dialogue refers to 101 dogs and Glenn Close working for Disney.
Dalmation is referenced by Glenn Close
A DVD vendor recommends the film to a customer in a restaurant.
The method used to contact Atlantis via the Daedalus is initially compared to the "twilight bark", a message relay system used by the dogs.
Mentioned by the goth girl.
Violet calls Charlotte "Cruella"
RuPaul calls Shannel "Shannela De Vil."
Mentioned as a live action version of the film of the same name.
referenced by name
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Jane says that Kristin was more like Cruella de Vil.
A poster is shown.
mentioned in dialogue
Caddy questions if Dalmatians 3 is a sequel to the live action movies - "103 Dalmatians"
In Abbi and Ilana's discussion on animals from their childhood films, they mention that all of the 101 Dalmatians are probably dead.
Antonia Quirke mentions the title and Cruella De Vil when reviewing Paddington (2014); also a still is shown
Tamara imitates Glenn Close as Cruella De Vil
Karen gives farmer Adam a DVD of 101 Dalmatians during their speed date.
Mentioned in dialogue
Jeff Daniels talks about his earlier movie
Subject of a question.
Glenn Close refers to her earlier movie in the Pup Quiz segment
Seth mentions this movie as he introduces Glenn Close
Seen on TV before the dogs switch the channel.
reviewed + footage used
Adam's dog watches the film on TV
Glenn Close takes #3
a clip is shown in a montage of Glenn Close films