Background information
Movies One Hundred and One Dalmatians

Oliver and Company (cameo) Who Framed Roger Rabbit (cameo) 101 Dalmatians Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure

Short Films The Further Adventures of Thunderbolt
Television Programs Walt Disney anthology series (cameo)

101 Dalmatians: The Series House of Mouse Once Upon a Time

Video Games 101 Dalmatians: Escape from DeVil Manor

Kingdom Hearts

Voice Rod Taylor (original)

Will Ryan (DTV) Kevin Schon (TV series) Samuel West (sequel) Michael Bell (House of Mouse)

Portrayed by Unknown
Character information
Other names Unknown

Personality Clever, heroic, happy, nice, sweet, curious, fun-loving, shy, funny, mischievous, intelligent, loving, brave, determined, protective, bold, loyal, care-free
Goal Unknown
Allies Perdita, Roger Radcliffe, Anita Radcliffe, Nanny, Colonel, Sergeant Tibs, Captain, Labrador
Enemies Cruella De Vil, Horace and Jasper Badun (formerly)
Likes His family, his puppies, Perdita, sleeping, Roger's music, someone to be happy, happiness, making his children happy
Dislikes Cruella De Vil, Horace and Jasper, anyone who is a threat to his family, upsetting Roger, anyone mad at him, rules, villains
Quotes "My story begins in London, not so very long ago. And yet so much has happened since then, that it seems more like an eternity."

Pongo, you ol' rascal!


Pongo is the main protagonist in the 1961 Disney animated feature film One Hundred and One Dalmatians, its sequel, its 1996 live-action adaptation and its television series. He is the husband of Perdita and father of 15 puppies and adopted father of 84 more puppies.

Pongo was voiced by Rod Taylor in the original film.

Personality Edit

Much like his owner, Roger, Pongo is laid-back, playful, and a tad goofy. Aside from this, he is extremely loyal, and actually took note of Roger's loneliness as a songwriting bachelor, thus making it his mission to find his good friend a suitable companion. With this, Pongo is the reason Roger and his wife, Anita, actually came together. This was an example of Pongo's love for Roger, and the two were shown to be the best of friends, having a mutual understanding towards one another. Roger affectionately refers to Pongo as "Pongo, ol' boy" and the two were even shown to share their own dance, which they engaged in whenever something celebratory occurred.

After the marriages of Roger and Anita, and Pongo and Perdita, the male Dalmatian retained his laid-back nature, though his fun-loving personality tone down considerably upon the birth of his and Perdita's fifteen puppies. With their arrival, Pongo remained playful, but proved to be a responsible, and loving father. His children, such as Patch and Penny, notably looked up to their father, and admired him greatly. His love for his children was put to the test when the thieving Cruella De Vil hatched a plot to use their skin for fur coats, resulting in both Pongo and Perdita embarking on a perilous journey to save both their children, and the other eighty-four puppies being held in captivity.

Throughout the adventure, different sides of Pongo's personality were showcased. He was shown to be intelligent, tactical, and stealthy. With his wits, he was able to outsmart the cunning Cruella, and her bumbling henchman, almost flawlessly. And with these assets, Pongo and his family were able to return home safely.

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