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2013-2014 Family Film

101 Dalmatians

101 Dalmatians

Saturday, September 14, 2013

11 am

Admission: $3.00

 

The happy household of Dalmatians Pongo and Perdy (and their “human pets” played by Jeff Daniels and Joely Richardson) is thrown into a state of chaos when their newborn pups are stolen along with a boodle of other Dalmatians from the London area. The fashionable, fur-loving Cruella DeVil (Glenn Close) is the likely suspect in this fur-ocious tale of puppy love and dognapping.

 

Join us in the lobby after the show for lunch and craft fun!
Lunch: $3.00 includes a main dish, side and beverage
Crafts: special project is $1.00. Other crafts, coloring sheets and activities available for free.

 

Walt Disney Pictures
Rated G
103 minutes
1996

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