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					Birthday Child’s Name & Age ___________________                                           DALMATION
WELCOME:
POSTER:        Large Dog house with many Dog Dishes / Bones             Dalmation Stamps         Precut Puppy Pictures
               Crayons / Water Paints                                   Glue Stick for Assistant
PUPPET SHOW:
Basic Concept:     Bingo has lost his spots (sneezed off) & desperately wants to find them so he can come to the Dalmation party
                   Assistant will help him regain his spots.
Show Transition / Opening Statement:

Asstnts Costume:    She dresses in the Dalmation Costume / Magic Dog Bone

Puppets & Props:    Bingo (Dog), Lady Bug, Cow, Mouse                    Big Room Props – Black Spots hidden for hunt

Puppet Show : I ask the Assistant if she knows what kind of party it is, She says no. I say it’s a Dalmation birthday party. She
              says oh cool! Wait here! I have something cool to show you! Assistant re-enters the room dressed as a Big Dog. I
              vanish to the tree room / assistant says lets go tell my friend Bingo the dog about the Dalmation Dog party!
BINGO             Hi! Why are you dressed like that?
Assistant         Im dressed like a Dalmation Dog for _______ Dalmation Dog party!

BINGO               Cool!! I want to be a Dalmation dog too!!!!! I used to have spots but I had a really bad cold last week and I
                    sneezed off all of my spots! Can you help me get them back?
Assistant           Sure! Since it’s _____ birthday party we can use Birthday Magic to help bring your spots back!

Bingo               Great! Let’s do it!
Assistant           Asks for Magic words from kids ….. changes Bingo into a Cow

Enter COW           How do I look? Am I the most BEAUTIFUL Dalmation Dog you have ever SEEN??
Assistant           Bad news, you have spots but you are not a Dalmation Dog. You are a COW!.

COW                 WHAT? A COW? That’s no good! Cows live on farms! I want to live in a house with other dogs besides
                    cows are tooo big! Make me into a smaller cuter DALMATION Dog!
Assistant           Turns Bingo into a Lady Bug

Entr LADY BUG     How do I look? Am I the most BEAUTIFUL Dalmation Dog you have ever SEEN??
Assistant     Well, you have spots but you are not a Dalmation Dog. You are a Lady Bug! But the good thing is your spots
              are absolutely BEAUTIFUL!

Lady Bug            WHAT? A LADY BUG? I’m too small now! Dogs will step on me and smoosh me!!
                    You said you would turn me into a Dalmation Dog! Can you pleasssee try again???
Assistant           Turns Bingo into a tiny mouse.

Enter MOUSE         (Peakaboo style / till scares Assisant) How do I look? Am I the most BEAUTIFUL Dalmation Dog you have
                    ever SEEN??
                    Are my spots really pretty? Am I really CUTE???
Assistant           Well, bad news …. you are really cute, but you are a mouse, not a Dalmation Dog.
                    But the good news is you get to eat all the cheese you want!

Mouse               Oh no! I don’t want to be a mouse! There’s a cat that lives in the Club House! You know what? I would just
                    rather be me. I’m happy being me, and besides if I want to be a dalmation dog I can always pretend to be one
                    like all of my friends here…. So please, just change me back to me.
Assistant           That’s a great idea Bingo. Changes him back into Bingo.

Enter BINGO         Wow I’m so happy being me! Hey, do you know what we will need to have if we want to pretend to be
                    Dalmation dogs?
Assistant           What?

BINGO               SPOTS!!!! How about you all go into the big room and have some fun and while you are all there hunt for
                    some spots and give them to _________assistant’s name !!!!!
Assistant           Great idea! Let’s go!
BIG ROOM:       Children find Spots
                Hot Potato w/ Doggie Bone or Puppie Dog based on age
                Parachute – All bark Happy Birthday under Parachute
                Bubbles                Doggie Freeze Dance – run back to your house (Mats)
                Face Paint: Doggie Faces

MUSIC:          How much is that Doggie in the Window / This old man

TABLE DECOR:    Red / Black / White / Pet Carrier
                Black Spots thrown on Table

CENTER PIECE:   Large Dog Bone or Pet Carrier
EXTRA               DALMATION                         PARTY                INFO

Birthday Child’s Name & Age ___________________                 Needs a little bit …             DALMATION
WELCOME:
POSTER:        Large Dog house with many Dog Dishes / Bones                              Dalmation Stamps
               Precut Puppy Pictures             Crayons / Water Paints                  Glue Stick for Assistant
PUPPET SHOW:
Basic Concept:     Dragon:      Crying / Spitting Fire / Longing to be a Dalmation Dog
Show Transition / Opening Statement:
Asstnts Costume: Wizard Costume / Magic Wand
Puppets & Props: Bingo (Dog), Lady Bug, Cow, Mouse                        Big Room Props – Black Spots
Puppet Show Skit:
Dragon:            Crying / Spitting Fire / I wish I was a Dalmation Dog, nobody wants to play with a fire breathing animal, but
                   there is a beloved dog living in the castle and everyone enjoys playing with Him. Children are afraid of me,
                   but if I were a dog they would love me and play with me and scratch me behind my ears. Boo Hoo Hoo

Wizard:             I’m sure I can help the Dragon by turning him into a Dalmation dog.
                    Ask birthday children for a magical word. On count of three the wizard waves wand, all say magical phrase
                    and “change dragon into a dog”! Out pops COW.

Ent COW             How do I look? Am I the most BEAUTIFUL Dalmation Dog you have ever SEEN??

Wizard:             Bad news, you are not a Dalmation Dog. You are a COW!

COW                 WHAT? A COW? That’s no good! Cows live on farms! I want to live in a house with other dogs besides
                    cows are tooo big! Make me smaller.

Wizard:             Turns Bingo into a Lady Bug

Ent Lady Bug        How do I look? Am I the most BEAUTIFUL Dalmation Dog you have ever SEEN??
                    Who wants to come and scratch me behind my ears? ________ (Birthday Childs Name) ?

Wizard:             Well, you have spots but you are not a Dalmation Dog. You are a Lady Bug!
                    But the good thing is your spots are absolutely BEAUTIFUL!

Lady Bug            WHAT? A LADY BUG? I’m too small now! Dogs will step on me and smoosh me!!
                    You said you would turn me into a Dalmation Dog! Can you pleasssee try again???

Wizard:             Use Birthday Magic & turns him into a tiny mouse.

Entr Mouse          (Peakaboo style) How do I look? Am I the most BEAUTIFUL Dalmation Dog you have ever SEEN??
                    Are my spots really pretty? Am I really CUTE???

Wizard:             Well, bad news …. you are really cute, but you are a mouse, not a Dalmation Dog.
                    But the good news is you get to eat all the cheese you want!

Mouse               I like cheese, but I don’t want to be a mouse! There’s a cat that lives in the Club House! You know what?
                    I would just rather be me. I’m happy being me, and besides if I want to be a dalmation dog I can pretend to be
                    one like all of my new friends here…. So please, just change me back to me.

Wizard              That’s a great idea. Changes him back into a Dragon.

Enter Dragon        Wow I’m so happy being me! Hey wizard do you know what we will need to have if we want to pretend to be
                    Dalmation dogs?
Wizard              What?
Dragon          SPOTS!!!! How about you all go into the big room and have some fun and while you are all there hunt for
                some spots and put them in my basket!!!!!

Wizard          Great idea! Let’s go!




BIG ROOM:           Children find Spots                   Hot Potato w/ Doggie Bone or Puppie Dog
                    Parachute – All bark Happy Birthday under Parachute
                    Bubbles                           Doggie Freeze Dance – run back to your house (Mats)
                    Face Paint: Doggie Faces

MUSIC:              How much is that Doggie in the Window / This old man

TABLE DECOR:        Red / Black / Pet Carrier
                    Black Spots thrown on Table

CENTER PIECE:       Large Dog Bone or Pet Carrier
     *********                               Add in Picture of face painted from prior sheet.



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One Hundred and One Dalmatians
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This article is about the animated film. See The Hundred and One Dalmatians for the original novel. For the 1996 live-
action film, see 101 Dalmatians.
One Hundred and One Dalmatians

Directed by Clyde Geronimi
Hamilton Luske
Wolfgang Reitherman
Produced by Walt Disney
Written by Dodie Smith (novel "The One Hundred and One Dalmatians")
Bill Peet (story)
Starring Rod Taylor
Cate Bauer
Betty Lou Gerson
Ben Wright
Lisa Davis
Martha Wentworth
Frederick Worlock
J. Pat O'Malley
Tudor Owen
Tom Conway
George Pelling
Thurl Ravenscroft
David Frankham
Ramsay Hill
Queenie Leonard
Marjorie Bennett
Barbara Baird
Mickey Maga
Sandra Abbott
Mimi Gibson
Barbara Luddy
Paul Frees
Music by George Bruns
Mel Leven (songs)
Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures
Release date(s) January 25, 1961
Running time 78 min.
Language English
Budget $4,000,000 USD (estimated)
Preceded by Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Followed by The Sword in the Stone (1963)
IMDb profile
One Hundred and One Dalmatians (often abbreviated as 101 Dalmatians) is the seventeenth animated feature in the
Disney animated features canon. It was made and produced by Walt Disney Productions, and it was originally released
to theaters on January 25, 1961 by Buena Vista Distribution. It is based on the novel The Hundred and One Dalmatians
by Dodie Smith. It also appeared in 1961 as a Walt Disney comic book based on the animated film.

The film features Rod Taylor as the voice of Pongo, the first of the Dalmatians, and Betty Lou Gerson as the voice of
the villainous Cruella De Vil. The plot centers on the fate of the kidnapped puppies of Pongo and Perdita.

Contents [hide]
1 History
1.1 Production
1.2 Re-release schedule and home video
1.3 101 Dalmatians theatrical release history
1.4 Worldwide release dates
2 Characters
3 Voice cast
4 Directing Animators
5 Plot
6 Sequels and Spinoffs
7 Title in different languages
8 Goofs
9 Trivia
10 External links



[edit] History

[edit] Production
The production of the film signaled a change in the graphic style of Disney's animation. This occurred with the
introduction of Xerography which eased graphic reproduction requirements, but at the price of being unable to deviate
from a scratchy outline style because of the new (and time and money saving) technology's limitations, recognizable by
its thick black lines. Since the line would not have fit the "round" Disney drawing style used until then, a more graphic,
angular style was chosen for this, and subsequent film. Rotoscoping, a technique formerly used for tracing live action
human characters into animated drawings, became less important.

The technology change also happened when Disney cut its animation department after the economical failure of the
very expensive Sleeping Beauty, resulting in a reduction of staff from well over 500 to less than 100 and fewer
resources put into the movies. Walt Disney, who at this point had started to direct his attention more towards television
and his Disneyland amusement park and less on his animated features, disliked this development. The "sketchy" graphic
style would, however, remain the norm at Disney for years until the technology improved prior to the release of The
Rescuers to allow a softer look. In later animated features the Xeroxed lines could be printed in many different colors.


[edit] Re-release schedule and home video
The film was the highest grossing film of 1961 and one of the studio's most popular films of the decade and was re-
issued in 1969, 1979, 1985, and 1991, the last re-issue being one of the top 10 films of the year at the box office in a
year when the studio had few hits. The film was released on video in 1992 (using 1988 Classics logo; it was also the
first movie to have a new "Feature Presentation" graphic, with a lilac blue gradient background and white handwriting)
and March 9, 1999 (using 1993 WDHV logo), and on DVD on November 9, 1999 as part of Disney's Limited Issue
series. A Platinum Edition DVD release was originally scheduled for March 2007, but it was unexpectedly replaced by
Peter Pan, as revealed from the Platinum Edition DVD of The Little Mermaid. [1] It is most likely postponed to March
2008, as the October 2007 time slot has been occupied by The Jungle Book.


[edit] 101 Dalmatians theatrical release history
January 25, 1961 (original release)
January 22, 1969
June 9, 1979
December 20, 1985
July 12, 1991

[edit] Worldwide release dates
Australia: October 8, 1961
Argentina: July 6, 1961
Spain: September 21, 1961
Italy: November 30, 1961
Finland: December 15, 1961
West Germany: December 19, 1961
France: December 20, 1961
Mexico: December 21, 1961
Denmark: December 26, 1961
Norway: December 26, 1961
Sweden: December 26, 1961
Japan: July 21, 1962

[edit] Characters
Pongo: The protagonist and the father of the Dalmatian puppies
Perdita: Pongo's mate and the mother of the Dalmatian puppies
Roger: Pongo's owner and a struggling songwriter; eventually becomes rich when creating a song about Cruella de Vil,
who is Anita's social parasite.
Anita: Perdita's owner and Roger's wife. She is something of an artist and rather fond of Roger.
Cruella De Vil: The villain of the film; an eccentric rich woman who has the puppies kidnapped in order to turn them
into fur coats. She is a social parasite; she visits her ex-classmates, keeping a pretence of friendship, while taking
advantage of their fears. She has an obsession for pelts, but in fact is only shown wearing a single, voluminous white
coat. Beneath this, she wears a skintight swimming suit. Cruella smokes constantly and has no scruples to either commit
blackmail or bad driving. She drives a long red car and is known for operating it recklessly.
Jasper and Horace Badun: Cruella's henchmen who carry out the kidnapping. Jasper is tall and thin, while Horace is
short and fat; otherwise, they are obviously twin brothers. They argue often. Horace is the more intelligent of the two,
but is absolutely intimidated by Jasper, who has the more ready tongue. Jasper has a closed mind to the possibility of
sapience in dogs-- as well as the equal possibility of cleverness in his brother. He drinks alcohol, whereas Horace eats
sandwiches. Both enjoy watching a weekly television programme called "What's My Crime?", wherein the misdeeds of
lawbreakers are guessed by a panel of contestants. One of the guest stars of this programme, Percival "Meathead"
Faunsquater, is an acquaintance of theirs.
Nanny: Roger and Anita's maid. Very maternal and fussy. Detests Cruella, has no patience for teasing, and is very
attached to the puppies. Worthless in a crisis except to give the alarm.
Patch and Lucky: Two of the 99 Dalmatian puppies. Patch has a black eye; Lucky is obsessed with TV and has a
horseshoe-shaped pattern of spots on his back. Their favorite television serial features a police dog named Thunderbolt,
who while quite alone fights and captures a fat thief known as Dirty Dawson.
Cadpig: In the book and TV series, she is the runt dalmatian who nearly dies immediately after being born. In the film,
however, Cadpig's role is played by Lucky. He is given the name "Lucky" because of being revived by Roger, who
thawed him out by means of friction.
Rolly: Another puppy; always hungry.
Freckles: Another puppy; has a pattern of spots over the bridge of the nose resembling freckles on a human child.
The Colonel, the Captain, and Sergeant Tibbs: A dog, a horse, and a cat who help mastermind a rescue mission to save
the puppies from Cruella

[edit] Voice cast

Cruella DeVil takes out her anger on Jasper and Horace.Rod Taylor - Pongo
Cate Bauer - Perdita
Betty Lou Gerson - Cruella De Vil; Miss Birdwell
Lisa Daniels
Ben Wright - Roger Radcliffe
Lisa Davis - Anita Radcliffe
Martha Wentworth - Nanny
Frederick Worlock - Horace Badun; Inspector Craven
J. Pat O'Malley - Jasper Badun; Colonel
Tudor Owen - Towser
Tom Conway - Quizmaster; Collie
George Pelling - Danny
Thurl Ravenscroft - Captain
David Frankham - Sgt. Tibs
Ramsay Hill - TV Announcer; Labrador
Queenie Leonard - Princess
Marjorie Bennett - Duchess
Barbara Baird - Rolly
Mickey Maga - Patch
Sandra Abbott - Penny
Mimi Gibson - Lucky
Barbara Luddy - Rover
Paul Frees - Dirty Dawson; TV Announcer
Lucille Bliss - TV Commercial Singer
Rickie Sorenson - Spotty
Bob Stevens
Max Smith
Sylvia Marriott
Dallas McKennon
Basil Ruysdael
Don Barclay
Jean Burns
Bill Lee - Roger (singing)
Helene Stanley
Paul Wexler
Mary Wickes

[edit] Directing Animators
Milt Kahl
Frank Thomas
Ollie Johnston
Marc Davis (Cruella DeVil)
John Lounsbery
Eric Larson

[edit] Plot
Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.
After Roger and Anita (and Pongo and Perdita) get married, Perdita gives birth to 15 Dalmatian puppies. Cruella De
Vil, who is known to Anita from their school years, offers the human couple a large sum of money in return for the
puppies so that she can make dog-skin coats out of them. The human couple refuses, but Cruella, who won't take no for
an answer, hires Jasper and Horace Badun to kidnap the puppies. Once the puppies are kidnapped, it is up to Pongo and
Perdita, along with the help of some animal friends they meet along the way, to rescue them along with the 84 other
puppies in Cruella's possession.

Spoilers end here.

[edit] Sequels and Spinoffs
1999 DVD cover of 101 Dalmatians.101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure is a sequel to the original 1961 film,
released on January 21, 2003.

One Hundred and One Dalmatians was remade in 1996 as 101 Dalmatians, a live-action film starring Glenn Close as
Cruella De Vil. None of the animals talked in this version.

102 Dalmatians is a live-action sequel to 101 Dalmatians was released on November 22, 2000.

101 Dalmatians: The Series is a cartoon television show series based on the original 101 Dalmatians film.

The Starlight Barking is the sequel written by author Dodie Smith.


[edit] Title in different languages
Bosnian: 101 dalmatinac/101 dalmatiner
Bulgarian : 101 Далматинци
Catalan : 101 dalmates
Chinese - Mandarin : 101忠 zhōng gǒu (Literal meaning: "101 loyal dogs")
                              狗
Chinese - Cantonese : 101斑 狗 jūng gáu (Literal meaning: "101 loyal dogs")
                               點
Croatian : 101 dalmatinac/101 dalmatiner
Czech : 101 dalmatinů
Danish : 101 dalmatinere - Hund og hund mellem
Dutch : 101 dalmatiërs
Esperanto : 101 Dalmatoj
Estonian : 101 dalmaatsi koera
Finnish : Lupsakkaat luppakorvat (also known as "101 dalmatialaista")
French : Les 101 dalmatiens
German : 101 Dalmatiner (also known as "Pongo und Perdita")
Greek : 101 Σκυλιά της
Hebrew : ‫םיבנגו םיבלכ לע‬
Hungarian : 101 kiskutya (Literal meaning: "101 little puppies")
Icelandic : Hundalif
Italian : La carica dei 101
Japanese : 101匹    わんちゃん (Hyaku-ippiki Wan-chan)
                                리 아
Korean (South Korea) : 101마 강 지 (literally 101 puppies)
Maltese: Il-101 Dalmatians
Norwegian : En Sjarmor i pels (also known as 101 Dalmatinere: En sjarmor i pels)
Polish : 101 dalmatyńczykow
Portuguese : Os 101 dalmatas (also known as A Guerra dos palmatas in Portugal)
Romanian: 101 dalmaţieni
Russian: 101 далматинца
Serbian: 101 dalmatinac
Slovak: 101 dalmatinů
Slovenian: 101 dalmatinec
Spanish: 101 dálmatas (Spain); 101 dálmatas: La noche de las narices frías (Latin America)
Swedish: Pongo och de 101 dalmatinerna (also known as Pongo och valptjuvarna)
Thai: 101
Turkish: 101 dalmacyalı
Vietnamese: 101 Con Chó Đốm

[edit] Goofs
Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.
At the park in the beginning of the movie, Pongo drags Roger from the bench where his hat is sitting beside him. He
leaves the hat there, but a few seconds later it is on his head.

In the same scene when Anita is removed from the pond, the book she was carrying has turned into a purse.
In a lot of scenes there are a lot more than 101 dalmatian puppies; like in the ending scene, there are well over 150 of
them.

In the scene where Cruella tries to convince Roger to sell her the puppies, she sets her purse on the table to write out a
cheque. After Roger refuses and she rips up the cheque and storms out of the house, she doesn't pick up her purse to
bring it with her. Later on, she has the purse again.

In the same scene, Cruella splatters ink all over Pongo and Roger. In the next shot, the ink disappears and they are
clean.

When Jasper picks up a glass bottle and throws it at a cat, the bottle is half full of wine. When the bottle misses the cat
and hits the wall, it is empty and no wine spills out when it shatters.

In the scene where Pongo puts his puppies to bed, there are seven of them sitting in front of the television. However,
only five puppies actually go through the door to bed.

During final car chase, Jasper and Horace see the large truck approaching the intersection from their right, but when
they collide, the truck has come from the left.

Spoilers end here.

[edit] Trivia
Much as clownfish were later popularized in Finding Nemo, One Hundred and One Dalmatians popularized the
Dalmatian breed. Many families sought Dalmatians, although Dalmatians are not known for being particularly good
with children (they are very high-energy and require a lot of exercise), many were returned or abandoned. [2] The breed
also suffered due to backyard breeders looking to profit from the trend. [3]
Cruella's car in this film was not a Panther De Ville Convertible. Although they look similar, the car was not produced
until 12 years after the film's release.
Cruella De Vil's name is a play on words to sound like her personality: Cruel Devil.
When the Baduns are talking on the phone to Cruella, they are holding a newspaper. The only headline on the front
page (minus the dognapping) is CARLSEN SPEAKS and a picture of a capsized ship. This headline helps us to date the
story: since the Carlsen in question is Henrik Kurt Carlsen, captain of the freighter Flying Enterprise that sank after a
prolonged struggle in the Atlantic. The sinking of the freighter was the media event of the year in January 1952.
Cruella's design was a manic take-off on the flamboyant actress Tallulah Bankhead that included some of her
personality quirks.
When Pongo and Perdita arrive to rescue the puppies, the puppies can be seen watching What's My Crime?, a parody
version of What's My Line? on television.
Two of the local yokels of Westport from the Disney short The Saga of Windwagon Smith, which was released the
same year as this film, resemble the Baduns.
Unlike many other Walt Disney animated features, One Hundred and One Dalmatians only features one song in it,
"Cruella De Vil." But even this song isn't sung to its entirety. The only other one that comes close is Dalmatian
Plantation, which only contains two lines and is sung as a closer.
In the Squaresoft game Kingdom Hearts, the Dalmatians' world has been destroyed; consequently, Pongo and Perdita
are, at first, the only residents in the mansion where they stay in Traverse Town. The puppies are trapped inside treasure
chests scattered throughout the worlds. Every time Sora rescues a certain number of puppies, Pongo and Perdita give
rewards to the player.
The scene where the puppies watching TV inspired The Simpsons creator Matt Groening to have his cartoons watch
television, an idea which led to TV Shows-within-a-TV show such as The Itchy and Scratchy Show, The Krusty the
Klown Show and Springfield News with Kent Brockman. The basic plot of 101 Dalmatians was also used in the
episode Two Dozen and One Greyhounds where Mr. Burns wanted to have a fur coat similar to Cruella.
Akira Toriyama, famed creator of the Dragon Ball series, has stated on numerous occasions that it was this film that
inspired him to start drawing. (This also seems to explain his unique art style, which is unlike the traditional anime art
style and is more Disney-esque in appearance.)

[edit] External links
One Hundred and One Dalmatians at the Internet Movie Database
The Big Cartoon DataBase entry for One Hundred and One Dalmatians
Disney theatrical animated features[hide]
Official canon (Walt Disney Animated Classics)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) • Pinocchio (1940) • Fantasia (1940) • Dumbo (1941) • Bambi (1942) •
Saludos Amigos (1942) • The Three Caballeros (1944) • Make Mine Music (1946) • Fun and Fancy Free (1947) •
Melody Time (1948) • The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949) • Cinderella (1950) • Alice in Wonderland
(1951) • Peter Pan (1953) • Lady and the Tramp (1955) • Sleeping Beauty (1959) • One Hundred and One Dalmatians
(1961) • The Sword in the Stone (1963) • The Jungle Book (1967) • The Aristocats (1970) • Robin Hood (1973) • The
Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977) • The Rescuers (1977) • The Fox and the Hound (1981) • The Black
Cauldron (1985) • The Great Mouse Detective (1986) • Oliver & Company (1988) • The Little Mermaid (1989) • The
Rescuers Down Under (1990) • Beauty and the Beast (1991) • Aladdin (1992) • The Lion King (1994) • Pocahontas
(1995) • The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) • Hercules (1997) • Mulan (1998) • Tarzan (1999) • Fantasia 2000
(1999) • The Emperor's New Groove (2000) • Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) • Lilo & Stitch (2002) • Treasure Planet
(2002) • Brother Bear (2003) • Home on the Range (2004) • Chicken Little (2005)
Upcoming: Meet the Robinsons (2007) • American Dog (2008) • Rapunzel (2009) • The Frog Princess (2009)

Live-action films with animation
The Reluctant Dragon (1941) • Victory Through Air Power (1943) • Song of the South (1946) • So Dear to My Heart
(1949) • Mary Poppins (1964) • Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971) • Pete's Dragon (1977) • Who Framed Roger Rabbit
(1988)
Upcoming: Enchanted (2007)


DisneyToons Studio animated features
DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (1990) • A Goofy Movie (1995) • Doug's 1st Movie (1999) • The
Tigger Movie (2000) • Recess: School's Out (2001) • Return to Never Land (2002) • The Jungle Book 2 (2003) •
Piglet's Big Movie (2003) • Teacher's Pet (2004) • Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005)


Other theatrical animated features
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) • James and the Giant Peach (1996) • Dinosaur (2000)


See also: Pixar




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       CASTLE PARTY

       Dragon / Dog / Cow / Mouse

       Dragon:        crying and spitting fire longing to be a dog




Oh great and Wise Wizzard couldn’t you please try to turn me into a dog!

Dog:    Did it work, did it work am I a dog?? Oh Happy Day I am a dog, now I can go And live in
a tree!!

They don’t live in trees?

Oh, well a dog house isn’t so bad, I can call them on the phone when I want to Come inside the
castle!

Bark? What’s that?

Ok I think I can do that... .ready. . . .ok here I go now....

(opens mouth but nothing comes out)

You know what, maybe I don’t want to be a dog, Oh I know, Oooooh I would Love to be a unicorn,
children love unicorns!

Oh great and wise wizard could you please change me into a unicorn?

Cow:     Ok, did it work? Am I a unicorn now? Am I a beautiful unicorn at last?
Do I live in a refrigerator?

A barn, but cows make milk and milk lives in a refridgerator right?

Oh, ok, well, I know what sound a cow makes!
        Ready, here I go CLUCK!!!!!!!

You know what, I don’t really like Milk and I don’t like to go M000000 all the Time!
Oh great and wise wizard, can you please try once more to change me into a Unicorn?

Please????

Mouse: plays peek a boo until scares the wizard.

Ok, did it work this time, it just had to, I’m a beautiful unicorn right?

I’m a what???

Well what would I eat?

Do I get to eat cake oh and hamburgers?

Oh, well, then, where would I live?

Oh no! That won’t work, the castle has a cat and cats chase mice!

You know, I don’t really like cheese and I certainly wouldn’t want To be chased by the cat.

I think I liked being a dragon after all! Oh great and wise wizard, could you
Please use your special birthday magic to change me back into a dragon, I just
Love being myself!

Oh thank you great and wise wizard and thank you children! I’m so happy being
Me!! Hey maybe the children would like to go and celebrate by playing in the big
Room!!

Happy Birthday _____________!!!!!!

				
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