Anita Radcliffe (formerly), Jasper and Horace (formerly)
Pongo, Perdita, Roger Radcliffe, Anita Radcliffe, Nanny, the dalmatian puppies, Patch, Lucky, Rolly, Cadpig, Spot Chicken, Dipstick, Dottie
Furs, smoking, money, spots, getting her way, fashion, attention, art
Not getting her way, Jasper & Horace's incompetence and foolishness, dogs, Roger, failure
"I live for furs! I worship furs! After all, is there a woman in all this wretched world who doesn't?"
"Poison them! Drown them! Bash them on the head!"
"I don't care how you kill the little beasts, just do it... AND DO IT NOW!!!!"
"Memo to myself..."
Cruella De Vil is the iconic main antagonist in Disney's 1961 animated feature film One Hundred and One Dalmatians. She is a wealthy, fashion-obsessed heiress who wishes to use the skins of 99 Dalmatians puppies for a fur coat.
She first appeared in the novel The Hundred and One Dalmatians (1956) by Dodie Smith. Perhaps the most famous incarnation of the character was developed for Disney's 1961 animated adaptation One Hundred and One Dalmatians by story man Bill Peet, animator Marc Davis and was voiced by actress Betty Lou Gerson. Disney's villainess proved successful and has led to appearances in other media.
Cruella is among the most critically-acclaimed and popular Disney characters of all time, and is held in a similar regard among cinematic villains, once being voted the 39th greatest movie villain of all time, the 82nd most popular film character of all time and the 31st greatest movie female of all time. She is also one of Disney's single most iconic and memorable characters; referred to in television shows such as The Simpsons, her name served as the inspiration for a fetish magazine, as well as a short-lived Northern Irish post-punk band. She remains a recognizable image in popular culture and is a primary member of the Disney Villains franchise.