The Hundred and One Dalmatians
Hundred and one Dalmatians is the German title of a book published in 1956 by Dodie Smith ( Original title: (English ) " The Hundred and One Dalmatians, or the Great Dog Robbery" ). The story told is obtained as well as by it based comics and various films and a TV series worldwide fame as amended by Walt Disney book version. The first and only German -language edition in the transmission of Wilhelm Hoeck with drawings by Jochen Bartsch in 1958 in the Süddeutsche Verlag, Munich, published.
The main characters of the original book are the Dalmatians Pongo pair (named after the dog of the author ) and Missis Pongo with their young married owners Mr. and Mrs. Dearly and the Dalmatian Perdita females. A school friend of Mrs. Dearly, Cruella de Vil, the extravagant, himself in their desire to get a coat of Dalmatian fur, including stealing the first litter of 15 puppies. Then, the penetrated by all sorts of adventures of Pongo and Missis Pongo search, which later examined also after their young mother dog Perdita encounters begins.
The title number " 101 " is mentioned in this release only in a subsection.