It was adapted from Dodie Smith's 1956 novel of the same name. It stars Rod Taylor as the voice of Pongo and Cate Bauer as the voice of Perdita; with Betty Lou Gerson as the voice of the evil and villainous Cruella de Vil.
The animation of all the characters from the film was quite extraordinary. The animators responsible for the villains were Marc Davis who animated Cruella De Vil, and John Lounsbery who animated both Horace and Jasper Badun.From former Walt Disney animator Andreas Deja: Cruella De Vil's henchmen Jasper and Horace were principally animated by John Lounsbery (and beautifully so), but their final design was created by Milt Kahl based on story man Bill Peet's rough character concepts. These two second rate criminals share a fairly low IQ, but in appearance they form a fun, strong contrasting duo. Jasper is tall, thin and gangly, Horace is tubby, short and roly-poly. Some of their scenes were based on live action reference, but the animation never looks rotoscoped or floaty. Frederick Worlock provided the voice for both Horace and Inspector Craven, while J. Pat O'Malley provided the voice for both Jasper and the Colonel. O'Malley had a long history with voice work for Disney: he was the Cockney guy in the "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" sequence in "Mary Poppins, " 1964, Cyril Proudbottom, Winkie, and a policeman in The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, " 1949, Colonel Hathi and Buzzie in "The Jungle Book, " 1967, all the character voices in the "The Walrus and the Carpenter" segment (besides Alice), including Tweedledum and Tweedledee from "Alice In Wonderland, 1951. These cels are from the scene when Horace Badun and Jasper Badun, Cruella's two hired henchman, sneak into Roger and Anita's house; by attempting to pass themselves as repairmen from the Electric Company. Nanny refuses to let them in since Roger and Anita are out walking Pongo and Perdita; but the two force themselves through the front door.
Jaspar keeps Nanny upstairs in an attic room, while downstairs Horace steals the puppies. These two cels appear when Nanny opens the front door, and are greeted by the evil duo.
This is perhaps one of the greatest cel setups of Horace and Jasper. They are both eyes and mouth open, and are tipping their hats to Nanny; as they try to get inside the house to steal the dalmatian puppies for the evil Cruella.
The dialog from the scene is below. Nanny: Now, who do you suppose... We're here to inspect the wiring and the switches. Horace: And we're from the gas company. Jasper: [prods Horace] Lectric, lectric.
Nanny: Oh, but we didn't call for any inspection. Measurements: Size - Horace and Jasper: 9" x 11 1/4", Cels: 12 1/2 x 15", Image: 11" x 14. Condition: See pictures below of the actual cels, which are in excellent overall condition as shown by the pictures below!
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The item "1961 WALT DISNEY 101 DALMATIANS HORACE JASPER ORIGINAL PRODUCTION ANIMATION CEL" is in sale since Tuesday, July 24, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Animation Art & Characters\Animation Art\Production Art". The seller is "shadowline" and is located in Durham, North Carolina. This item can be shipped worldwide.