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Cruella De Vil is back, more evil and powerful than ever, and this time, she'll stop at nothing to get her beloved dalmatian fur coat.
|For a full plot of "The De Vil Wears Puppies", click here.|
|For a full transcript of "The De Vil Wears Puppies", click here.|
- Hunter De Vil
- Cruella De Vil
- Triple D
- Dimitri Trio
- Dee Dee
- Da Vinci
- Big Fee
- Pongo (flashback)
- Perdita (flashback)
|Belgium||February 21, 2020||18:15 (UTC+01:00)|| Dutch|
|United Kingdom||February 22, 2020||19:00 (UTC)||English|
|South Africa|| March 1, 2020|
March 2, 2020 (UTC+04:00)
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|France||March 6, 2020||16:50 (UTC+01:00)||French|
|Netherlands||March 15, 2020|| 10:30 (UTC+01:00) (part 1)|
10:41 (UTC+01:00) (part 2)
|Italy||March 29, 2020||19:20 (UTC+02:00)||Italian|
|Czechia||May 1, 2020||06:00 (UTC+02:00)||Czech|
|Germany||May 30, 2020||10:25 (UTC+02:00)||German|
|Poland||June 19, 2020||22:20 (UTC+02:00)||Polish|
|Bulgaria||July 12, 2020||07:20 (UTC+03:00)||Bulgarian|
|Southeast Asia||July 19, 2020|| 10:30 (UTC+09:00)|
|09:30 (UTC+07:00)||Vietnamese (subtitles)|
|Mexico||August 21, 2020|| 10:30 (UTC-05:00) (part 1)|
09:30 (UTC-06:00) (part 1)
08:30 (UTC-07:00) (part 1)
10:45 (UTC-05:00) (part 2)
09:45 (UTC-06:00) (part 2)
08:45 (UTC-07:00) (part 2)
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|Brazil|| 14:15 (UTC-02:00) (part 1)|
13:15 (UTC-03:00) (part 1)
12:15 (UTC-04:00) (part 1)
11:15 (UTC-05:00) (part 1)
14:30 (UTC-02:00) (part 2)
13:30 (UTC-03:00) (part 2)
12:30 (UTC-04:00) (part 2)
11:30 (UTC-05:00) (part 2)
|Denmark|| August 22, 2020 (part 1)|
August 23, 2020 (part 2)
| 09:25 (UTC+03:00) (parts 1 & 2)|
08:25 (UTC+02:00) (parts 1 & 2)
|Hong Kong||August 28, 2020|| 18:30 (UTC+08:00) (part 1)|
18:42 (UTC+08:00) (part 2)
|Southeast Asia||September 8, 2020|| 10:30 (UTC+09:00)|
|Portugal||September 19, 2020|| 13:48 (UTC+01:00) (part 1)|
13:59 (UTC+01:00) (part 2)
|Japan||October 24, 2020||16:30 (UTC+09:00)||Japanese|
Names in other languages
- Cantonese: 擊敗庫伊拉大作戰
- Czech: Ďábel nosí štěně
- Danish: De Vil går i hvalpe
- Dutch: De Vil wil puppies!
- French: Le diable s'habille en fourrure
- German: Die Pelzfabrik
- Hebrew: דה-ויל לובשת גורים
- Hungarian: A divatdíva kutyabundája
- Italian: Una pelliccia per Crudelia
- Japanese: 子犬を着た悪魔
- Mandarin: 擊敗庫伊拉大作戰
- Norwegian: De Vils valpekåpe
- Polish: De Mon ubiera się w szczeniaki
- Portuguese (Brazilian): Os Cruéis Usam Filhotes
- Portuguese (European): A De Vil Veste Cachorros
- Russian: Возвращение Круэллы (card title) / Шуба из далматинцев (spoken title)
- Spanish (European): De Vil se viste con cachorros
- Spanish (Latin American): A De Vil le gusta usar cachorros
- Swedish: De Vil bär valpar
- Vietnamese: De Vil bắt đàn chó
- With this being the season finale, it is the seventh and final episode of the Hunter Story Arc, and the final two parts of the hour-long season finale.
- The title of this episode is likely based on the 2003 novel The Devil Wears Prada.
- This is the first episode where Dorothy had some spoken dialogue.
- Hunter's ringtone is to the tune of the "Cruella De Vil" song.
- This is the first time the World Wide Woof failed from communicating dogs, due to the De Vils interfering by blowing a dog whistle.
- This also marks the first time that Doug uses the WWW.
- This episode, along with "Dante's Inferno" and "Better the De Vil You Know", is given to an advisory content rating in some countries, different from the rest of the series, due to its content suitability.
- Despite it being the first season finale, this is not the last episode produced for the season.
- This is the first two-parter where both title cards look different and not identical.
- This along with "Puppy Dreams" are the last episodes to air on the Italian version of Disney Channel before the channel closes on May 1, 2020 for the launch of Disney+ in Italy.
- As in "London, We Have a Problem", Pongo and Perdita are seen in pictures, but currently unknown if they are still alive or not.
- In Germany, this episode premiered at the end of a full day marathon called "Dalmatian Day".
- A poster for this episode shows Roxy and Snowball joining the fight against Cruella, but neither actually appear in the episode.
- In Southeast Asia, there are two instances of censorship by trimming:
- Cruella's line "Farewell, fools.
- Hunter's line "I didn't know she wanted to kill you. I... I swear."
- This is the final episode premiered before all of Disney's kids television networks in the United Kingdom and Ireland and Fox Life in Africa shut down on September 30, 2020, due to a failed agreement with Sky UK and Virgin Media, with their content moving to Disney+.
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