Patch tries to hold them off while the others escape, but they are undaunted. The Ratcliffe's fetch the paper, but Roger is too distracted by his piano to read the headliner and he tosses the paper aside. Lightning sneaks in and reveals to Patch that Thunderbolt is a fraud. This could have been a remnant of him being an initial main character. Another thing is in the original film, the black patch in his eye is at the same side of his black ear. Patch is deeply hurt that Thunderbolt would lie, but soon realizes that their current situation was covered in one of The Thunderbolt Adventure Hour episodes, and manages to escape.
However, when , and the 101 Dalmatians plan to move to the Dalmatian Plantation, the family move will interfere with Patch's opportunity -- until he is accidentally left behind in the commotion. The One Hundred and One Dalmatians Diamond Edition Blu-ray features a Thunderbolt short based on early drafts of the scene, which follows the events directly from where they are seen in the animated 101 Dalmatians. The short shows that Thunderbolt and Dawson are able to catch branches sticking from the side of the waterfall. But in the sequel, it was on opposite sides. It was written and directed by and Brian Smith, and released by on January 21, 2003.
The idea, however, was dropped when the show was released. However, Thunderbolt is only pretending and as Dawson laughs about this, Thunderbolt then attacks and the two fall into a river, having the show end in a cliffhanger as the two are about to fall down a waterfall. Patch puts the bus into reverse, forcing the four bad guys into the Thames River. However, this is somewhat justified because the farm tag was attached to it in the sequel. The film is released on Blu-ray in June 2015.
He is loving but distracted, something here that forces Patch to feel lonely and just one-hundred and one, instead of standing out. Patch heads for the audition to meet his hero. In the show, the dynamic and brave Thunderbolt and his offbeat sidekick fight to defeat the evil Dirty Dawson. The sheriff thinks Dawson has escaped, but Thunderbolt climbs across the rock pile to continue the chase. The imprisoned puppies use the to send a distress signal, which is picked up by Patch and Thunderbolt, and they set out to save Patch's family. Patch then informs them that the shrewzle climbed up the Chow Tower, ten minutes prior.
However when Cruella de Vil plans to steal the Dalmatian puppies again, Patch and Thunderbolt must become real heroes and save the day. This scares the four, causing them to jump into the air in fright. It was released , 2003. At first, she's able to calm her frenzy through an affiliation with a spot-fixated artist. At the audition he meets his hero, Thunderbolt. In the end, she is defeated and sent to a psychiatric hospital.
As the film goes on, Thunderbolt becomes more kind and helpful, and he and Patch start to become friends. When Cruella requests she be made a masterpiece from their fur, Lars angrily refuses, not wanting them to be harmed. Lucky agrees with Thunderbolt and they reconcile. Whilst Thunderbolt battles Dawson, Lil' Lightning unties Tommy. Patch's family finally becomes aware that he is missing and go back to London to find him. They succeed after dealing with Nanny, and they take them to Lars. Patch manages to trick Cruella, Jasper, and Horace into going downstairs, while the puppies escape through the building's roof.
In the film, Patch was accidentally left behind after moved to Dalmatian Plantation located at Cherry Tree Farm, Little Tichfield Devon. Thunderbolt is a and his sidekick, Lil' Lightning, is a. He jumps to the train, confronting Dawson. Lightning is arrested, along with Jasper and Horace, while Cruella, who has now driven completely insane, is sent to a mental institute. In order to save his job, Thunderbolt decides he will go into the real world and perform an act of true heroism to prove himself. In retaliation, Patch pushes Lucky into the soot pile, and the two continue fighting.
Roger, Anita and their canine clan are packing for the big move to Dalmatian Plantation, a home in the country with plenty of room for the 101 pups and far from the clutches of Cruella DeVil. He fakes a heart attack, distracting Cruella and managing to have her knock out Jasper and Horace while the puppies escape before collapsing. In the end, Jasper and Horace are arrested again. In the show, he is shown to be chasing , with the horse thief shooting at him. This makes her revolt and go back to her original plan of kidnapping the dogs for a coat.
Lucky thanks Thunderbolt who tells him that a hero isn't one who fears nothing, but is one who is willing to overcome his fears. However, the move will interfere with his opportunity - until he's accidentally left behind in the commotion. It's up to Thunderbolt and Lil' Lightning to defeat him before any harm befalls Tommy. In the end, however, he briefly shows remorse when Thunderbolt fakes his death, but is then taken away to the dog pound. Patch is one of the larger pups in and 's litter. Patch and Thunderbolt survey the scene, both letting out deep, heroic barks. As for Cruella DeVil - she's back and more obsessed with Dalmatians than ever.