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101 Dalmatians was last released in theaters on January 25, 1961 (the same day when Robin Hood was re-released on VHS back then). The VHS began printing copies in March 1992, and hit stores starting on July 17, 1992. Sales of this video lasted through April 30, 1993.

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

A loveable litter of puppies, an enchanting London setting and animation’s most flamboyant villainess all add up to 101 Dalmatians, one of Disney’s all-time greatest classics! The fun starts the moment Dalmatians Pongo and Perdita settle into their owners’ flat to become proud parents of 15 precocious pups. It’s one big happy dog family – until the outrageous Cruella De Vil kidnaps the puppies, along with every other Dalmatian in the city! Now it’s up to Pongo and Perdita, using the magic of "the twilight bark," to unite the entire animal population in a thrilling mission to help the courageous pups outsmart their evil captor. Bring home all 101 Dalmatians and rediscover the excitement, the love and the laughter, and the laughter of this timeless Disney treasure!

VHS Supplements[edit | edit source]

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens June 19, 1992
2 Sneak preview #1 for Aladdin April 14, 1992
3 Feature Presentation June 19, 1992
4 Walt Disney Classics logo July 17, 1992
5 101 Dalmatians January 25, 1961
6 Video preview of The Great Mouse Detective July 17, 1992
7 Video preview of Beauty and the Beast July 17, 1992

The earliest copies of 101 Dalmatians do not have the previews for Aladdin, The Great Mouse Detective and Beauty and the Beast, and the Walt Disney Classics logo is different. The middle copies does have the previews and the Buena Vista logo twice.

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1992 VHS[edit | edit source]

  1. Lady and the Tramp (1992 VHS) (April 14, 1992)
  2. The Brave Little Toaster (1991-1998 VHS) (April 14, 1992)
  3. Disney’s Sing-Along Songs: Be Our Guest (June 19, 1992)
  4. Beauty and the Beast (1992 VHS) (October 30, 1992)
  5. 101 Dalmatians (1992 Demo Tape) (July 17, 1992)

Theatrical release[edit | edit source]

  1. Pinocchio (1993 VHS)
  2. Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993 VHS)

1993-1994 VHS[edit | edit source]

  1. The Adventures of Huck Finn (1993 VHS)
  2. Hocus Pocus (1994 VHS)
  3. Peter & the Wolf
  4. Mickey & the Beanstalk
  5. Legend of Sleepy Hollow
  6. Disney Favorite Stories: The Prince & the Pauper

1994 VHS[edit | edit source]

  1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1994 VHS)
  2. All 9 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection titles from 1994-1996
  3. Dumbo (1994 VHS)
  4. The Three Caballeros (1994 VHS)
  5. So Dear to My Heart (1994 VHS)
  6. Alice in Wonderland (1994 VHS)
  7. The Sword in the Stone (1994 VHS)
  8. Mary Poppins (1994 VHS)
  9. Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1994 VHS)
  10. Robin Hood (1994 VHS)
  11. Pete's Dragon (1994 VHS)
  12. All 15 Walt Disney Family Film Collection titles
  13. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1994 VHS)
  14. Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier (1994 VHS)
  15. Davy Crockett and the River Pirates (1994 VHS)
  16. Old Yeller (1994 VHS)
  17. The Shaggy Dog (1994 VHS)
  18. Pollyanna (1994 VHS)
  19. Swiss Family Robinson (1994 VHS)
  20. The Parent Trap (1994 VHS)
  21. The Three Lives of Thomasina (1994 VHS)
  22. That Darn Cat! (1994 VHS)
  23. The Love Bug (1994 VHS)
  24. Herbie Rides Again (1994 VHS)
  25. The Island at the Top of the World (1994 VHS)
  26. Escape to Witch Mountain (1994 VHS)
  27. The Apple Dumpling Gang (1994 VHS)

1996-1997 VHS[edit | edit source]

  1. Toy Story (1996 VHS)
  2. D3: The Mighty Ducks (1997 VHS)
  3. Pollyanna (1997 VHS)
  4. The Parent Trap (1997 VHS)
  5. That Darn Cat! (1997 VHS)

In Other Countries[edit | edit source]

Country of origin Release date
Japan October 6, 1995
South Korea January 15, 1996
UK August 1996
USA (Spanish dub) November 26, 1996

Internationally (outside of North America), 101 Dalmatians was last re-released in theaters in Spring 1995, one year after The Aristocats.

Television broadcasts[edit | edit source]

101 Dalmatians premiered on the Disney Channel on April 17, 1993. It aired frequently until July.

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