Blu-ray Review – Disney 101 Dalmatians

Blu-ray Review – Disney 101 Dalmatians

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Dalmations, Diamond Edition

  • DVD Release Date: February 10, 2015
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios
  • Genre:??Animated adventure
  • Rating: G
  • Run Time: 79?minutes
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Language: English
  • SMRP: $36.99

Brief Summary:

Man’s best friend Pongo plays matchmaker?for ?his master songwriter Roger Radcliffe. ? Love is in the air. Roger?romances Anita while Pongo romances her Perdita. ?Marriage brings happiness ?and 15?dalmatian pups until Anita’s schoolmate Cruella de vil visits. ? She wants their dog skin for a fur coat. ?When her offer to buy the litter is refused, Cruella’s henchmen?Baduns Jasper and Horace kidnap the pups and lock??them up ?in her Hell Hall estate with another 84 dalmatians. ?Roger and Anita call in Scotland yard while?Pongo and Perdita enlist ?Twilight Bark sheepdog colonel, gray horse Captain, and tabby Sgt. Tibbs’s?help. ?The chase is on. ???Cruella fearing capture gives a kill order. ?Pongo and?Perdita brave bad wintry weather, foil Cruella, save ?the puppies, and return home to London. ? Roger and Anita decide to keep all 101 canines and??buy a?large house in the country.

Bonus features include:

  • New Animated short–“the Further Adventures of Thunderbolt”
  • Dalmations 101–Hosted by Disney Channel Cameron Boyce
  • Lucky Dogs–Conversations with the Disney Team
  • Walt Disney Presents “The best Doggoned Dog in the world” (1961 Version)
  • Disney View

My Opinion Only:

101 Dalmatians in Blu-ray + DVD + Digital DVD means disney Movies anywhere as well as good family viewing. Its plot and its lessons should make parents and children to be aware of and beware of strangers who don’t always reveal their true selves. ?Voice-overs (especially Rod Taylor as Pongo) are superb.However, its graphic angular art does not hide the effects of using xerography to elimination the inking process. Luckily technology has come a long way since its original 1961 theater release and also its 1992 VHS classic video series release. ?However, visible outlines and??a rough finish show?even remastered.

Here’s a clip called Spots.

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