One Hundred and One Dalmatians

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  1. During the "Twilight Bark" sequence, you can see four canine stars from the Disney-Doggie film. In order, you will see: Jock, Peg, Tramp and Lady.
    REPORTED: Dave Koch 09 JUL 96
    Several of the characters from Lady and the Tramp (1955) can be seen in a pet shop window during the twilight bark sequence.
    CONFIRMED:Internet Movie Database
    In a pet store, Peg, the bulldog and several other characters from the pound are for sale. Also, in another scene (I think it is the scene where all the dogs of London are using the twilight bark),Tramp can be seen on top of a truck and Lady crosses the street at the bottom of the screen in the same scene.
    CONFIRMED: Laura Throp 05 MAR 97
    When the original barking chain is activated there are dogs barking all over the city. There is an ally and a car to the right. The dogs are there, barking. By the way, it was my five year daughter, Melanie, who pointed this out to me.
    CONFIRMED: Alisa 18 JUN 99
  2. In the park, Roger is dragged away from the park bench where his hat is sitting, but is shown wearing it seconds later.
    REPORTED:Internet Movie Database
  3. In Sword and the Stone, when Arthur's (Wart) brother gets hit on the head in the kitchen scene (the one with all the pots and pans flying by themselves) he rolls his eyes and says Whoa!........OW! (faintly) Well, this is exactly what happens in 101 Dalmations when Jasper gets hit on the head with a club!
    REPORTED: Jeff Kozlowski 16 MAY 99
  4. In The Aristocats, Marie falls out of the milk truck and O-Malley rescues her and jumps on the end of the truck to set Marie back inside. His front feet are barely holding on as he passes Marie to her mother. In 101 Dalmatians, this is the exact same scene when Pongo, "dressed" as a black lab, brings the last pup to the truck as the real lab fends off Horace and Jasper. Pongo jumps on, with his front feet barely holding on, and passes the pup to Perdy.
    REPORTED: anon 06 NOV 99

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