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  • Cruella De Vil (Song)
  • Cruella De Vil (song)
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  • Cruella De Vil is a song that it was sung by Roger Radcliff in 101 Dalmatians. An updated version of it was sung over the credits of the 101 Dalmatians Live-Action remake. The line 'The curl of her lips/The ice in her stare/All innocent children/Had better beware' was cut from the animated film.
  • "Cruella De Vil's Theme" is a song featured in the 1961 Disney-produced animated film One Hundred and One Dalmatians and its 1996 live-action remake. In the original animated film, it is written by Roger Radcliffe who had just finished the melody for the song and was inspired by Cruella's name to make the song about her. "Cruella De Vil" is the only song from the original film to be featured in the Animated Storybook adaptation. The song was re-imagined for 102 Dalmatians, as a song about Cruella's supposed "change of heart."
  • "Cruella De Vil" is a song featured in the 1961 Disney-produced animated film One Hundred and One Dalmatians and its live-action remake. In the original animated film, it is written by Roger Radcliffe who had just finished the melody for the song and was inspired by Cruella's name to make the song about her. "Cruella De Vil" is the only song from the original film to be featured in the Animated Storybook adaptation. The song was re-imagined for 102 Dalmatians, as a song about Cruella's supposed "change of heart."
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  • "Cruella De Vil's Theme" is a song featured in the 1961 Disney-produced animated film One Hundred and One Dalmatians and its 1996 live-action remake. In the original animated film, it is written by Roger Radcliffe who had just finished the melody for the song and was inspired by Cruella's name to make the song about her. It was first performed by Bill Lee as the singing voice of Roger Radcliffe, a character from the movie. It has been re-recorded by Dr. John, Lalaine, Skye Sweetnam, Hayden Panettiere, and Selena Gomez for various releases in the DisneyMania album series. Additionally, The Mad Hatter sang the song in a game of Musical Chairs at Disneyland but instead changed a number of the "Cruella De Vil's" to "Alice De Vil" to criticize his friend. "Cruella De Vil" is the only song from the original film to be featured in the Animated Storybook adaptation. The song was re-imagined for 102 Dalmatians, as a song about Cruella's supposed "change of heart." An instrumental version of the song can also be heard in the Once Upon a Time episode "Sympathy for the De Vil". When Cruella hears the song, she exclaims how much she loves it and persuades Isaac Heller to dance to it with her.
  • Cruella De Vil is a song that it was sung by Roger Radcliff in 101 Dalmatians. An updated version of it was sung over the credits of the 101 Dalmatians Live-Action remake. The line 'The curl of her lips/The ice in her stare/All innocent children/Had better beware' was cut from the animated film.
  • "Cruella De Vil" is a song featured in the 1961 Disney-produced animated film One Hundred and One Dalmatians and its live-action remake. In the original animated film, it is written by Roger Radcliffe who had just finished the melody for the song and was inspired by Cruella's name to make the song about her. It was first performed by Bill Lee as the singing voice of Roger Radcliffe, a character from the movie. It has been re-recorded by Dr. John, Lalaine, Skye Sweetnam, Hayden Panettiere, and Selena Gomez for various releases in the DisneyMania album series. Additionally, The Mad Hatter sang the song in a game of Musical Chairs at Disneyland but instead changed a number of the "Cruella De Vil's" to "Alice De Vil" to criticize his friend. "Cruella De Vil" is the only song from the original film to be featured in the Animated Storybook adaptation. The song was re-imagined for 102 Dalmatians, as a song about Cruella's supposed "change of heart." An instrumental version of the song can also be heard in the Once Upon a Time episode "Sympathy for the De Vil". When Cruella hears the song, she exclaims how much she loves it and persuades Isaac Heller to dance to it with her.