What are the names of the puppies in "101 Dalmatians"?


In the Disney Classic, “101 Dalmatians,” first released in 1961, there are oodles and oodles of puppies. Parents, Pongo and Perdita, go in search of 15 puppies. In the animated film, a few puppies are named. They include: Lucky, Rolly, Penny, Patch, Freckles and Pepper. In the live-action film, some puppies mentioned are: Whizzer, Two-Tone, Lucky, Dipstick, Jewel and Fidget. In the television series, Lucky, Rolly and Cadpig receive billing.

Some other miscellaneous puppies that are given credit in the various versions, include: Little Dipper, Domino, Thunder, Purdy, Fidget, Spotty and Tripod. Tripod is given his name because he is a three-legged pup. He is one of Pongo and Perdita’s original fifteen puppies from the animated film.

Each and every puppy is not named in the different versions of the story, which include the animated film, live-action film and TV series. The varying film versions of the story are based on the book by author Dodie Smith entitled, “The Hundred and One Dalmatians.”

There is also a sequel, named “101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure,” where another puppy is mentioned by the name of Patch. In another sequel, “102 Dalmatians,” there is a puppy named Oddball, because it is a Dalmatian without spots.

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Not all of the puppies in Disney's 1961 animated film were named. Some gained names in the animated series or live action remakes. Rolly Patch Penny Lucky Cadpig Dipstick Two-Tone
1. Look at several pictures of the famous Disney Dalmatians. There are several popular ones like Pongo and Dipstick, and just by changing a few of the features, you can customize
Disney didn't name all 101 of them, but they known ones are
what all of them..............lol there was lucky,roly,patch and ...whizzer thats all i can
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