Dalmatian Plantation (Song)

Last Updated on: February 20th, 2023

Dalmatian Plantation disney song music“Dalmatian Plantation” is a song from the 1961 Disney animated film “One Hundred and One Dalmatians“. The song was written by Mel Leven and was performed in the film by the character of Roger Radcliffe, voiced by Ben Wright.

The song is an upbeat and cheerful tune that celebrates the happy ending of the film, where the dalmatian puppies are rescued from Cruella De Vil and brought to their new home on the Dalmatian Plantation. The lyrics describe the joy and excitement of the puppies as they explore their new surroundings, and express the hope and promise of a happy and carefree life. The melody is accompanied by a cheerful and upbeat musical arrangement, featuring acoustic guitar, harmonica, and a chorus of voices.

“Dalmatian Plantation” has become a beloved and enduring classic among fans of “One Hundred and One Dalmatians”. The song’s positive message and catchy melody have made it a favorite of many, and it has helped to establish the film as a lighthearted and fun-filled classic in the Disney canon.

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