Cruella De Vil

Cruella De Vil is completely selfish, materialistic and just plain mean. As the main antagonist of the 1961 film 101 Dalmatians, she was voiced by Betty Lou Gerson and played by Glenn Close in the 1996 remake. She is bad for so many reasons but this insane fashionista, at the back of her head, plots to skin 99 Dalmatian puppies to make a fur coat. 

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    Anonymous
    October 25, 2019
    "Sure, monsters and goblins are hella scary when we were kids. But, i bet you also got terrified of Cruella De Vil. For someone like me who loved dogs I remember my mom would always say that if i dont take care of my dog named Papi then Cruella De Vil will take him from me so from there on I religiously took care of him."
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    Anonymous
    October 25, 2019
    "Cruella de Vil is a nasty piece of work. Murdering puppies for a coat? Oh, the sacrifices one has to make to look fabulous. She's clearly insane but you have to admit, she has style. Miranda Priestly and Anna Wintour who? Cruella is the baddest b***h of them all!"
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    Anonymous
    October 25, 2019
    "I say Cruela because in Decendants 1/2 she is a dog lover and she is Carlos's mom and he is Cameron boyce (R.I.P) and she is tots funny so Yah all yall are wrong if you didn't pick Carlos or cruela"
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    Anonymous
    October 9, 2019
    "Glenn Close did her well. I didn't know that there was a 101 Dalmatians cartoon way way back. Anyway. love how evil Cruella is"
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