One Hundred and One Dalmatians

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Tired of single living, Pongo gets his songwriting master, Roger, romantically entangled with Anita, the lovely owner of an equally lovely Dalmatian named Perdita. Before long, the canine and human couples are leashed for life. This paperback novelization presents the entire exciting story of the film for in dependent readers to enjoy on their own. Illustrated with color photographs from the film.
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Tired of single living, Pongo gets his songwriting master, Roger, romantically entangled with Anita, the lovely owner of an equally lovely Dalmatian named Perdita. Before long, the canine and human couples are leashed for life. This paperback novelization presents the entire exciting story of the film for in dependent readers to enjoy on their own. Illustrated with color photographs from the film.
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AuthorBraybrooks, Ann; Disney, Walt
PublisherDisney Press
PlaceNew York
Year1991
ISBN9781562820138
BindingPaperback
ConditionFair
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