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The Hundred and One Dalmatians (1956) written by Dodie Smith

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The Hundred and One Dalmatians (1956) (Book) written by Dodie Smith
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The Hundred and One Dalmatians (Book)

written by Dodie Smith

1956
 
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The Hundred and One Dalmations(also called the Great Dog Robbery)is a story about the Dearly Couple, who after being invited to a dinner party where Cruella de Vil expresses her dislike for animals, the family's new Dalmatian puppies disappear. The Dearly dogs are added to 84 puppies who are kidnapped or legally purchased from various owners, all of which have been gathered with the intent of skinning them for their fur, to make a coat. Through a fellowship of animals and the "Twilight Barking," the dogs are identified as being in Suffolk, England, and a rescue ensues.