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101 Dalmatian Street is the Italian dub of the show of the same name. It had a sneak peek on Disney Channel on December 23, 2018, and officially premiered on March 18, 2019. On Rai Gulp, it premiered on November 18, 2019.


Dylan: Alessio De Filippis (episodes 1a - 6b), then Daniele Raffaeli (7a and on)
Dolly: Monica Bertolotti
Doug: Massimo De Ambrosis
Delilah: Gilberta Crispino
Dawkins: Mattia Moresco (episodes 1a - 3b, sometime after 4a - unknown), then Alessio Puccio (4a - unknown, unknown and on)
Destiny: Sara Vidale
Dèjà Vu: Eloisa Brusa
Dante: Daniele Raffaeli (episodes 1a - 6b), then Daniele Giuliani (7a and on)
Deepak: Francesco Ferri
Diesel, Dimitri 2: Leonardo Cococcia
Dimitri 1: Mattia Moresco
Dimitri 3: Corini
Dorothy, Dallas: Veronica Cuscusa
Da Vinci: Corini (episodes 1a - 5b), then Silvia Barone (6a and on)
Delgado: Tito Marteddu
Dizzy: Anita Ferraro
Dee Dee: Carolina Gusev
Fergus: Paolo de Santis
Sid: Sacha de Toni
Big Fee: Cristina Noci
Clarissa: Gio-Gio Rapattoni
Arabella: Laura Amadei
Prunella: Serena Sigismondo
Roxy, Hansel (early episodes): Francesca Rinaldi
Snowball, Pearl: Barbara Sacchelli
Constantin: Leslie James la Penna (earlier episodes), then Nicola Braile (later episodes)
Spencer: Gianluca Solombrino
Captain Walker: Emanuela Brown
Stanislav: Gianluca Machelli
Chips: Edoardo Stoppaciaro
Hugo: Nanni Baldini
Hansel (later episodes): Valerio Sacco
Poodlewolf: Daniele Raffaeli
Portia: Raffaella Castelli


See Episodes/International/Italy.


  • According to the credits, many character's names are changed. Snowball becomes Palla di Neve (literally Snowball), Delgado becomes Del Gado (with a space), Constantin becomes Costantin (first n removed), Spencer becomes Spence (no r), and Deepak becomes Deepack (extra c).
  • The theme instrumental has been pitched down despite the show still being broadcast in PAL.
  • The theme is sung by Cristina D'Avena, and the ending theme is sung by Ilaria De Rosa and Gabriella Scalise.
  • They were the first to premiere the episodes from Diamond Dogs to The Longest Night.