One Hundred and One Dalmatians - Wikipedia
However, it is only at Pongo's insistence that Roger meets Anita, as Roger would One night, Roger and Anita take Pongo and Perdita out for a walk in the park. . most likely because Disney has a number of families in previous films with. Roger Radciffe and his pet dalmatian, Pongo meet Anita and her pet dalmatian, Perdita and they fall in love and get married and Pongo and Perdita have. She is the pet of Anita, mate of Pongo, and the mother of 15 Dalmatian puppies and After meeting Perdita and Pongo, Sora is tasked with locating the puppies .
Realizing they number 15, he surmises they are the missing puppies. However, Tibbs is noticed by Horace and Jasper, who attempt to kill him. Tibbs relays what he knows to the Colonel, and the 'Twilight Bark' travels back to London, where Pongo and Perdita are alerted. After sneaking out of Roger and Anita's house, they meet a Great Dane, who gives them directions to head towards Suffolk.
The two then set off across the cold, snowy countryside. Back in Suffolk, Tibbs and the Colonel observe a car heading toward the house. Tibbs goes in to investigate, and finds Cruella demanding Horace and Jasper skin the puppies immediately for a dog-skin coat, as the police are looking everywhere now. When it seems the henchman are not going to act immediately, Cruella storms off, promising that if the dogs aren't skinned by morning, she'll call the police on them.
Once she leaves, Jasper tells Horace they'll watch the rest of their television program before getting to work.
With this 'ultimatum,' Tibbs sneaks the puppies out of the room. However, once the program ends, the two crooks find the puppies missing, and chase them through the old mansion.
Just then, Pongo and Perdita arrive in the mansion, and distract the two crooks long enough for the puppies to escape to the shed where Captain, the Colonel and Tibbs live. In the aftermath, Pongo and Perdita are surprised by the number of puppies, as well as Cruella's plan to make dog-skin coats. Pongo decides that 84 extra puppies will go with them, as they head back to London. The family makes their way across the snow countryside, eventually hiding out in an old dairy barn, thanks to a Collie who had heard of their plight by the 'twilight bark.
After spending the night in the barn, they head towards Hensford, where the Labrador explains that a moving truck in the area is heading for London, and they can all sneak aboard. However, just after they arrive, Cruella and the crooks arrive, certain the dogs are in the town. Watching two puppies playing in some soot, Pongo decides that they'll all roll in the soot, making them look like Labradors. The ruse seems to work and almost all the dogs are in the truck, until one puppy gets covered with snow, emerging un-sooted.
Pongo manages to get the last puppy on the truck before it starts up, and Cruella and the crooks give chase. Cruella violently tries to force the truck off the road, but ends up going down a ravine.
Forcing the car up the other side, much of it is broken apart as she fiercely tries to stop the truck, eventually getting caught in it's bumper.
Careening behind the truck, trying to get it to flip over, Cruella's plans are thwarted when Horace and Jasper collide with her destroying both her car and their van, ending the chase. Back in London, as Roger and Anita prepare for Christmas, everyone laments the loss of their pets.
However, with a knock on the front door, Pongo, Perdita and all 99 puppies enter. Roger is overjoyed, and much to Anita's worry, decides to keep them all, with plans to move to the country, and start a Dalmatian Plantation. Her liver spotted mate and the father of her puppies, Princelater became the st Dalmatian.
The Dearlys gave her the name Perdita, but her real name is in fact Spotty. She did not tell anyone this, however, as she preferred to be called Perdita.
In the novel, Perdita was kind and caring and protective over her puppies just as in Disney's animation production, dalmatians.
Missisthough also very loving of her Pups, was a rather ditsy dog. She did not know how to count, and was unable to tell right from left. She also lacked Pongo's ability to read.
In the musical, based more on the novel, Perdita sings a song about how she met Prince called "One True Love". She is seen to care deeply about her puppies, is the disciplinarian in the family, seeming to be more strict than her mate. She is a calmer, more collected character and lacks Pongo's ability to think on her feet. She is also more emotional.
In the Original Animated filmPongo is searching for mates for himself and his pet Roger Radcliffe.
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Pongo is close to giving up when he spots Perdita and her pet, Anita. Pongo rushes to the park to follow them. Perdita spots Pongo and is seemingly attracted to him, but tries to look as if she doesn't notice him.
Perdita and Anita soon leave and Pongo tries a trick to attract their attention. Perdita falls in love with Pongo as well.
Perdita in "Live Action" Perdita soon becomes pregnant with puppies, but when the family gets a visit from Cruella De Vilshe becomes frightened, referring to Cruella as "that devil woman. Perdita regrets having puppies due to the fact that Cruella wants them.
Unfortunately for Perdita, the puppies arrived three weeks later, where it is revealed that she has had fifteen puppies.
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She is tired afterwards but is relieved to hear from Pongo that the puppies are safe thanks to Roger. The puppies grow and are shown watching their favorite show with their parents.
Perdita is seen interacting with her various puppies: After the puppies are put to bed, Pongo and Perdita go on a walk with their respective owners. During their absence, the puppies were kidnapped by Cruella's henchmen Jasper and Horace Badun. Pongo and Perdita realize that neither the humans nor Scotland Yard will find their puppies, and take it upon themselves to rescue their children. They use the twilight bark, a canine gossip chain, to spread the news of their stolen puppies.
Later, they receive an answer, and learn that their puppies are at Hell Hall, Cruella's former home. Perdita immediately goes off on a dangerous journey to rescue the puppies alongside Pongo.
The winter conditions make the journey tough, but they eventually meet with a sheepdog called the Colonel, who takes them to the puppies. Upon seeing the other puppies alongside their own fifteen, they decide to take them all to London, knowing that Roger and Anita would never turn them out. Patch's London Adventure "Oh, dear! She tries to get Pongo to stop blaming himself for Patch being missing and tells him the important thing is that they find him before Cruella does.
Before the ending, she eventually reunites with Patch and all of her pups and tells him how worried they were about him. The Series Perdita as she appears in The Series Perdita appears as a supporting character being that her pups takeover as the stars.
Here she and Pongo after serve minor roles and act as regular parents and often seen with Roger and Anita. She is a much stricter parent than Pongo. In the episode " The Making Of She then remarks that she and Pongo aren't bitter, but proceeds to tear up a promotional poster for the show.