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Cruella's car is the vehicle owned by Cruella De Vil in the 101 Dalmatians franchise. In the books, it is black-and-white (like a moving zebra crossing), but in the animated feature and its sequel, as well as its TV series adaptation, it is a deep burgundy red (though more purple/plum-ish at times) with black fenders. However, in the live-action film, its 2000 sequel, and the 2021 film, it is black-and-white like it was in the books. It should be noted that in the films, Cruella does not have a chauffeur (like in the books), but drives it herself. At the end of the first film, the car is totaled due to Cruella's reckless driving while she chased the Dalmatians.



Back in the 1960s, Disney animators were using Xerox camera technology to translate pencil drawings on paper into line work on cels, which replaced the traditional hand-painted cels in order to save money on creating animated films. During the production of One Hundred and One Dalmatians, the studio came up with an idea on how to animate Cruella's car: they built a model of her car out of cardboard with bold black lines on the edges.

To make the wheels articulate, the animators took a long piece of cloth, taped small pieces of wooden doweling underneath it, and then put the car on top of the cloth suspended from a kite string. They would then pull this long piece of fabric with all these pieces of wooden doweling underneath the wheels, and they would shoot a take of that. To give it the look that the car had suspension, they put in springs so it would have this little bouncy effect. The footage would then be run through the same Xerox process that was being used to transfer pencil line work onto cels and then painted to what was seen in the final film. When Cruella is seen driving her car up the hill of snow, a sand-like substance was used for it to drive through, all shot in slow motion.

The process of shooting models with those black outlines worked very successful when making One Hundred and One Dalmatians, and it was also a clever idea to save money. This process would again be used in later animated films, such as The Aristocats. The current status of the original model of Cruella's car remains in storage, mostly fully intact.

Physical description[]

In the original release of the book, Cruella's car is a 1954 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith limousine. Similar to its real life incarnation, the hood, roof and trunk are black, while its doors, running board, and fenders have black stripes painted over the white paint job (like a zebra crossing). The car is equipped with an L6 engine with 150 horsepower with a top speed of 90 mph (145 km/h) that can get the vehicle to run two miles within two minutes (which was powerful at that time). The car is also equipped with a brand new horn louder than 80 dB, which Cruella describes as the most strident horn in all of England. In later editions of the book, the car was illustrated to resemble a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I and the pre-war Rolls-Royce 40-50hp Phantom II 'Continental' Sports Saloon with horizontal black and white stripes all over the entire car.

In the animated films, Cruella's car is a massive, long, imposing roadster from the 1930s with a hood stretching out for several feet, concealing its enormous, powerful V8 engine. It is strongly based on a Mercedes-Benz 500K Cabriolet, a 1936 Alvis Speed 20 SD Drophead Coupe, and a 1931 Bugatti Type 41 Royale Weinburger Cabriolet. The main body is a deep burgundy-red color, while the fenders and running boards are black and the grill, ornament, landau bars and bumper are silver. The headlights and front bumper are shaped to resemble an angry face (much like the 20032006 (2007 Classic) Chevrolet Silverado "cat-eye" design for the former, despite being completely different vehicles as those are pickup trucks), and the hubcaps have a stylized "CD" on them. The car has right-hand steering (to fit the British theme) and does not have a rear bumper, but exhaust pipes that also act like tail lights sticking behind each fender. In 101 Dalmatians: The Series and 101 Dalmatian Street, Cruella is shown to be taller than the car.

In its first film appearance and just like from the book, the car is iconic for its loud, blaring horn, announcing Cruella's presence to all nearby. When Perdita hears the horn, she immediately recognizes it as belonging to Cruella. It is shown in 101 Dalmatians II to have a radio (which was rare in 1930s cars), with Cruella kicks in a rage after Roger's song about her comes on as she starts the car. It is also shown to start up automatically after turning the key ignition (in contrast to turning a car on manually with the ignition, choke and full throttle switches from that era the car was made). The car is completely totaled and torn apart after Jasper and Horace crash their truck into it at the end of One Hundred and One Dalmatians. At the beginning of 101 Dalmatians II, the car is shown to be largely intact, albeit heavily damaged from the wreck at the end of the first film. The car falls apart as Cruella tries to drive it after being denied entry to a furrier's shop, until there is nothing left but the engine, frame, and seat. It is not seen again after she abandons it in the film.


The Hundred and One Dalmatians[]

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Cruella's car in the novels

Cruella's car near a van

Closer view of Cruella's fender

The car was first seen being driven by a chauffeur in the first chapter of the book. The car pulls up to a large house as Cruella steps out of the house and has a brief conversation with the Dearly couple. Cruella later boasts to the couple about her car's horn being the loudest of all of England which she demonstrates before leaving the house with her husband. Later, Cruella travels to Hell Hall with the car to instruct the Badun brothers to kill the puppies before heading back to London. In one chapter, while in a village with a bakery on fire, Pongo spots the car parked near the bakery with Cruella standing on top of the roof watching the bakery burn while her husband repeatedly blasts the horn, which gave the Dalmatians more time to escape. Soon after the fire was out, Cruella and her husband drove the car back to London traveling two miles within two minutes and repeatedly blaring the horn. In order to evade the De Vil's, the Dalmatians hid inside a large van as the De Vil's drove past it. The car was last seen heading back to Cruella's house after she and her husband attended a dinner party.

The car was mentioned in the book's sequel The Starlight Barking in a chapter where Pongo, Missis, and Cruella's Persian cat reminisces Cruella's pursuit of the Dalmatians with the car.

One Hundred and One Dalmatians[]

Cruella herself is shown to be pretty reckless when it comes to driving the car, such as making drifting turns in the streets, driving extremely fast in snowy conditions, and sometimes running other cars off the road. However, she always blames a near accident on whoever is on the receiving side of the accident. The car is shown to be very resistant to damage. It survives Cruella's reckless driving, smashing into a fence on the side of the road, crashing through a wooden barrier, falling into a ditch, and crashing through another fence with no visible damage. Parts begin to fall apart when Cruella jumps it through a grove of trees (the roof and hood), showing the V8 engine, as it blows flames out of the cylinder pipes (the latter similar to Snot Rod from Cars, giving it a more "hot rod-like" appearance, and the former making the car turn into a "convertible"). The car falls apart even more as it spins through the air after being rammed by Jasper and Horace's truck.

When the Dalmatian pups reach Dimsford, Cruella drives her car around the village looking for them, before spotting the Dalmatians on the back of a moving truck. She recklessly chases after the van, trying to ram it off the road. Cruella's car eventually gets lodged onto the rear bumper of the van, before Horace and Jasper crash their own van into her, resulting in both of the villains' vehicles falling into a ditch and getting totaled.

101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure[]

In the beginning of Patch's London Adventure, the car is briefly shown to have been poorly repaired following its destruction at the ending of the first film (implying that mechanics and/or repair shops actually exist in the universe). When Cruella starts it, Roger's song about her played on the radio, only for Cruella to kick it in a rage, until it disconnects. As Cruella tries to drive it, more and more pieces fall off, until the engine, frame, and seat are all that's left, and the car dies (if viewers listen closely, it can be heard as a "burp" sound, despite not being characterized/anthropomorphic like in the Cars series). In a display of temper, Cruella ditches the steering wheel away, kicks the front right tire, causing the radiator to deflate, the seat to fold up, and all of the tires to fall off, showing that her car was completely useless from that point on. In a later part of the film, Cruella, Jasper, and Horace steal a Kanine Krunchies truck and uses it to kidnap the puppies.

101 Dalmatians: The Series[]

Cruella's driving in this car is shown to be even more chaotic than before; however, that could come from the car itself, as it has shown to be quite erratic whoever is driving it (e.g. Anita or the Dalmatian puppies themselves), with the exception of Jasper and Horace. Unlike from the animated films, the car's grill, ornament and landau bars are gold instead of silver and it's a left hand drive with off-white colored seats that comes with seatbelts.

The car has been damaged a lot in the series, such as being crushed into a cube via a harvester or crashing into the swamp (the latter having it be repaired by Swamp Rat). On some occasions, the car is shown to give off fire trails, which sometimes set fire to the pavement or bridges which it crosses. When Cruella opens her Cruella World amusement park, the "Coup Go Round" has a design similar to the "Dumbo the Flying Elephant" ride at Disneyland, only with Cruella's car instead of an elephant.

101 Dalmatian Street[]

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Cruella's car in 101 Dalmatian Street

Cruella's car returns finally fully repaired, albeit minor rust. alongside an elderly Cruella in 101 Dalmatian Street. Since the series is a continuation of the animated films, it is reasonable to assume that Cruella had her car restored. However, due to the decades between the films and the show, the car shows signs of aging like Cruella. Specifically, rust spots can be seen dotting the underside of the bumpers and fenders, as well as a few on the bodywork. Even after many decades, Cruella's reckless driving remains the same. This is shown when Cruella arriving in London leads to a major accident in the city, forcing Delilah and Doug to head there. Cruella also uses her car to knock out the electricity in Dalmatian Street. After capturing Delilah and Doug, she drove them chaotically through the streets of London to the docks where the puppies were being taken to a ship to be killed and skinned. Dolly and Dylan pursued Cruella on P.C. Pearl. While Cruella was driving to the docks, Clarissa was able to leap on to the back of the car and was able to open the trunk, where Doug was tied up, where they were noticed by a person, who in turn phones the police, which in turn leads to Cruella getting arrested, before any harm comes to the Dalmatians. The car was later abandoned in the docks.

Cruella had a modern horn on the car as it's not as strident as her previous one. However, she made horn sounds when she was driving instead of honking the horn when she arrived in London and while she was driving to the pier.

Other appearances[]

A red and white version of Cruella's car appears in the Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures episode "Donald's Garage" as a car owned by Mr. Bigby and tended by Donald Duck and the crew during Mickey's absence. The car's name was the "Royale Baguette" as a reference to the Bugatti Royale, one of the cars that inspired Cruella's car.

Live-action appearances[]

101 Dalmatians[]

Cruella's car 1996

Cruella's car in the 1996 remake of 101 Dalmatians

In the film, Cruella drives a custom black and white 1974 Panther De Ville coupe, similar to the car in the original novel. It's the presence of this car that makes Anita know Cruella is visiting them, after she and Perdita return home from the doctor's/vet's. Cruella then drives to Devil Manor in Suffolk where, unaware to her knowledge, a skunk sneaks onto the passenger's seat of her car, which she later mistakes for her purse. Cruella later leaves the car in the barn prior to her arrest. Roger later installs the car into his game demo, where the player Dalmatians (Patches and Whizzer) throw an explosive barrel at Cruella in the car. Cruella's car in the 1961 animated film is clearly shown to have a manual transmission, while the Panther in the 1996 remake clearly has an automatic transmission. The Panther De Ville was fitted with a Jaguar V8 instead of the usual V12 engine like the other De Ville models.

102 Dalmatians[]

At the start of the film, Alonzo meets Cruella with the car when she is released on parole. However, Ella (as the reformed Cruella insists on being called) insists on driving them back. Alonzo also served as a chauffeur for Cruella during her probation and several occasions. When Cruella and Le Pelt take the Dalmatians to France the car goes with them on the train, so Oddball and Waddlesworth stow away in the car, so as not to be caught. Cruella then drives insanely through the streets of Paris, including being on the wrong side of the road and going down the wrong direction of a one-way street.

When Cruella is later arrested, Alonzo arrives at "Second Chance Shelter" in Cruella's car, which at first makes Chloe concerned Cruella has been released again. However, Alonzo claims that he wanted the honor to hand the check of Cruella's estate to the shelter. It can be assumed that Alonzo became the de facto owner of the car, either as the result of legal proceedings, or because Cruella was forced to sell it to him due to her fortune being taken away by the court.

In the film, the car's engine was replaced with a Chevrolet 350 (5.7 L) V8, which can allow Cruella to perform a power steer.

Once Upon a Time[]

Cruella's car in Enter the Dragon 1

Cruella's car in Once Upon a Time

Cruella's car appears in the second half of the fourth season of the ABC fairy tale fantasy drama series Once Upon a Time. The model in the series is a 1980s Zimmer Golden Spirit (itself a modified Mercury Cougar) and like in the novel and in the live-action films, the car is black and white with a license plate that reads: "DEV IL"; however, the only difference is that it has red velour seating, automatic transmission and left-hand drive. Interestingly enough, Cruella's mother Madeline is shown driving a red Rolls-Royce coupe that is not dissimilar to Cruella's car in the animated films and shows.

Cruella's husband and source of income is arrested by the FBI, and she scarcely manages to snatch away one of her priceless fur coats before they take everything, just as Rumplestiltskin and Ursula approach her in order to strike a bargain - she aids in their plan, and she shall receive her happy ending. Cruella is enticed by the idea and agrees to drive the three of them in her vintage car to a quaint little town called Storybrooke, where magic is present. Once they get into the town, the two lady villainesses drive and meet up with Snow White and Prince Charming, who threaten to kill them should they reveal what happened all those years ago.

When Regina tries to spy on Cruella's ranks to test her, Cruella drives the car onto the middle of the train tracks, just as a train is coming. There, they play a game of chicken (in the first game, they use their magic to save themselves), where Regina uses her magic to lift the car onto the road, just as the train is about to hit them.

In "Sympathy for the De Vil", it is revealed that the car originally belonged to Isaac, the author, who gave it to Cruella. Because of the author's powers, he seems to have enchanted it, letting it drive on its own. Cruella also seems to have a car just like hers in the Underworld version of Storybrooke.


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Like in the 1996 film and its sequel, Cruella's car is a black and white Panther De Ville and has a license plate with the words "De Vil". However, unlike the De Ville used in the previous live action films, this De Ville is an inverted black and white saloon instead of a coupe equipped with a V6 engine instead of a V8, has a trunk and it's engine's pipes attached to the fenders. Initially, Cruella hotwires and steals a brown and beige Panther De Ville while escaping the Baroness's party, but it quickly becomes evident that she can't drive as she crashes into cars and garbage cans. At a later time, Horace Badun finds an abandoned chassis of the same model and modifies it as a gift to Cruella. He comments that the car is called "De Vil" which sounds like "devil". Cruella remarks that she quite likes that, and adopts the surname "De Vil". Cruella makes her grand entrance to Baroness' final gala with the car just in time to see her being arrested for the murder of "Estella". Cruella drives herself, Artie, Jasper, Horace, Wink, and Buddy to her newly acquired mansion, Hell Hall.

Video games[]

Some remote controlled versions of Cruella's car appear in 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue as a toy line, which Cruella tries to sell. She later uses them in her attempt to abduct the Dalmatian pups, although Domino and Oddball are usually able to counter them. The toys tend to drive around and sometimes play the sound of Cruella's laughter from the 1961 film and run over the Dalmatians.

In the Disney Villains Challenge game, there are two challenges involving Cruella's car. One of which is where you need to use your finger to pin down Cruella's car, and the other where the player needs to give the car a makeover. In the game, it is referred to as a "roadster."

Cruella's car is also a playable car with use of a Power Disc in Disney Infinity. The car itself has higher speed and abilities than normal cars used in the game.


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  • In 101 Dalmatians, when Cruella storms out of the Dearlys' house, and after she gets in the car and Jasper closes the door, her coat is shown to be stuck in said door.
  • The Internet automotive blog Jalopnik ranked Cruella's Car as #10 of the "greatest animated cars."
  • Madame Medusa, the main antagonist of The Rescuers, can be seen driving a car quite similar to Cruella's during the scene where Miss Bianca and Bernard see her leaving her pawn shop in New York City and follow her to the airport for her flight back to Devil's Bayou, Louisiana.
  • All live-action iterations of Cruella's car to date have her last name spelled as "DEV IL" on the license plate, instead of the correct spelling, "DE VIL".
  • In Disney Villains: The Essential Guide, the car is stated to be a custom model of Rolls-Royce.
  • On May 28, 2021, Cruella's car was present at a special drive-in screening of the film Cruella at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh for health-care workers, hosted by Prince William and Duchess Kate.[1]
  • A model of the car in its live-action appearance can be seen on the table with a lamp in Disney's Sing-Along Songs: Pongo & Perdita.


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Television series: 101 Dalmatians: The Series101 Dalmatian Street101 Dalmatians Plantation
Video Games: Animated StoryBook: 101 DalmatiansMath Antics with Disney's 101 DalmatiansDisney Hotshots: Disney's 101 Dalmatians101 Dalmatians: Escape from DeVil Manor102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue102 Dalmatians: Activity Center101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London AdventureKingdom Hearts
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One Hundred and One Dalmatians: PongoPerditaRoger RadcliffeAnita RadcliffeNannyCruella De VilJasper and HoraceDalmatian PuppiesLuckyPatchRollyPennyFrecklesPepperDannyScottieTowserLucyCaptainSergeant TibbsColonelThunderboltDirty DawsonPrissyCocoCollieThe CowsLabrador

101 Dalmatians: The Series: CadpigSpotMoochTripodScorchLieutenant PugMayor Ed PigDumplingCorneliaSwamp RatCydneStevenPersian PeteVendella De VilGo-GoBlazeCave PupRebeccaThe VandercreamsAmber DearlyP.H. De VilCecil B. De VilIvy De VilMalevola De VilJudge Dimsdale De Vil
101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure: Lil' LightningLars
101 Dalmatians: HerbertAlonzoMr. SkinnerJewelDipstickFidgetTwo-ToneWhizzerKipper
101 Dalmatian Street: DylanDollyDawkinsDougDelilahTriple-DDanteD.J.DeepakDieselDorothyDa VinciDelgadoDizzy & Dee DeeDimitri TrioPortia PoodleFergus FoxHanselRoxySnowballClarissaPearlHunter De VilSpikeConstantin SidBig FeeSpencer Sausage DogSummerChipsArabellaPrunellaBessieApolloCuddlesDoctor DaveGodfreyHugoStanislav
Video game characters: Patches
102 Dalmatians: Chloe SimonKevin ShepherdJean-Pierre Le PeltDottieLittle DipperDominoOddballFluffyDroolerChompDiggerWaddlesworthEwan
Cruella: Baroness Von HellmanBuddyWinkArtieJohnCatherine MillerThe Baroness' DalmatiansGerald

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ABC Episodes: "Home is Where the Bark Is" • "He Followed Me Home" • "Love 'Em and Flea 'Em" • "Howl Noon" • "Easy on the Lies" • "Two for the Show" • "An Officer and a Gentledog" • "Bad to the Bone" • "Southern Fried Cruella" • "Swine Song" • "Watch for Falling Idols" • "The High Price of Fame" • "The Great Cat Invasion" • "No Train, No Gain" • "Rolly's Egg-Celent Adventure" • "Wild Chick Chase" • "The Dogs of DeVil" • "Dog's Best Friend" • "A Christmas Cruella" • "Out to Launch" • "Prophet and Loss"
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Shorts: "Merry Pups" • "Muddy Pups" • "Prank Pups" • "Ransom Pups" • "Target Pups" • "Yoga Pups" • "Jurassic Pups" "Space Pups" • "Disco Pups" • "Diva Pups"
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LondonRegents ParkDe Vil ManorDinsfordDearly FarmGruteley CountyCherry Tree FarmHouse of DeVil101 Dalmatian Street2nd Time AroundLiberty LondonHouse of BaronessJohn's Apartment
Films: Cruella De VilKanine KrunchiesDalmatian PlantationPlayful MelodyI See SpotsTry AgainYou're the OneDigga Digga DogSo Fabulous, So FierceWho's Sorry Now?Perhaps, Perhaps, PerhapsLivin' ThingCall Me CruellaThese Boots Are Made for Walkin'I'm Gettin' Good at Being BadCruellaWhat Can a Bird Do?The Language of Dogs

Animated Storybook: I Love FurPuppies, Oh, PuppiesTwilight BarkUp the StairCover Yourselves with Soot
Television series: 1-0-1Dalmatian VacationSurf PuppiesI Got My Pups with MeIt's a Dog's LifeIn the HouseDolly's RapDogs are Out for Summer SunIt's a PrankWe're Sending You Love
Deleted: Don't Buy a Parrot from a SailorMarch of the One Hundred and OneCheerio, Good-Bye, Toodle-oo, Hip Hip!One Hundred and OneThe Creation of Cruella De Vil

See also
Cruella's carJasper and Horace's truckThe Thunderbolt Adventure HourWhat's My Crime?The Disney AfternoonHouse of MouseOnce Upon a TimeThe Further Adventures of Thunderbolt

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Once Upon a Time:
Season One: Emma SwanSnow White/Mary Margaret BlanchardPrince Charming/David NolanRumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold/WeaverEvil Queen/Regina Mills/RoniBelle/Lacey FrenchHenry MillsHappySneezy/Tom ClarkBashfulDocDopeySleepy/WalterJiminy Cricket/Archie HopperStealthyVictor Frankenstein/Dr. WhaleBlue FairyWidow Lucas/GrannyKing George/Albert SpencerGenie/Magic Mirror/Sidney GlassNurse RatchedMad Hatter/JeffersonPrince Henry/The ValetKnave of HeartsSheriff of Nottingham/KeithFairy GodmotherAbigail/Kathryn NolanRed Riding Hood/The Wolf/RubyHuntsman/Sheriff GrahamBaelfire/Neal CassidyPinocchio/August W. BoothFrederick/JimSevere NurseMayor TomkinsHansel and Gretel/Nicholas and Ava ZimmerThe Woodcutter/Michael TillmanMartinMyrnaStephenDonnaPrince JamesBlind WitchPeterSirenPongoGastonThe King/Mitchell HermanKing LeopoldKing MidasZosoPrince Thomas/Sean HermanGraceDaniel ColterNovaBriar RoseGeppetto/MarcoGus/BillyRuthDark One

Season Two: Killian Jones/Hook/RogersAuroraPrince PhillipMulanMilahMaid MarianQuinnAlphonse FrankensteinAnita LucasJackKing XavierAntonWilliam SmeeGreg MendellTamaraThe DragonQueen EvaSeerLancelotRobin HoodWendy DarlingNanaMary DarlingGeorge DarlingJohn DarlingMichael DarlingThe ShadowLost Boys
Season Three: Peter Pan/Malcolm/Pied PiperArielZelena/The Wicked Witch of the WestGlinda/The Good Witch of the SouthWalsh/Wizard of OzElsa the Snow QueenTinker BellBlackbeardLumiereUrsula the Sea GoddessJonathanDorothy GaleThe Witch of the EastRapunzelRapunzel's MotherRapunzel's FatherThe Sheriff of HamelinMedusaPrince EricLiam JonesRoland
Season Four: AnnaKristoffHansGrand PabbieSvenUrsula the Sea WitchMarshmallowLittle Bo PeepThe ApprenticeIngridLily PageColetteOakenKing of ArendelleQueen GerdaCruella De VilPoseidonDuke of WeseltonHans' BrothersChernabogKing StefanIsaac/The AuthorMadelineMerlin/The Sorcerer
Season Five: MeridaQueen EleanorKing FergusHarris, Hubert, and HamishThe WitchLord MacGuffinLord MacintoshLord DingwallKing ArthurSir KayGuinevereGorgon The InvincibleCharonBrennan JonesHadesMegaraHerculesCerberusThe ScarecrowTotoCleo FoxAuntie EmDr. JekyllMr. HydeEvil Queen
Season Six: AladdinGideonCount of Monte CristoAlexandraJasmineRed BirdCaptain NemoLady TremaineClorindaTisbeJacobOracleRoyal GuardsThe SultanBeowulfBlack FairyTiger LilyRobertPrince AchmedStanumCowardly LionLucy
Season Seven: Rapunzel Tremaine/Victoria BelfreyCinderella/Jacinda VidrioTiana/SabineAlice/TillyDrizella/Ivy BelfreyAnastasiaGothel/Eloise GardenerEudoraDr. Facilier/Mr. SamdiHansel/Jack/Nick BransonMarcus TremaineCeceliaCoven of the EightMadame LeotaNaveen/DrewBlind Witch/HildaGretelChadSeraphinaFloraIslaZorro

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: AliceCyrusAnastasia/Red QueenPercy/White RabbitEdwinJabberwockySilvermistThe Sultan/The Old PrisonerTweedle Dee and Tweedle DumMrs. RabbitElizabeth/LizardAmaraBandersnatchMillie
Both series: Will Scarlet/The Knave of HeartsCinderella/Ashley BoydRobin HoodLittle JohnFriar TuckGrumpy/LeroyCora/The Queen of HeartsCaterpillarMaleficentJafarDr. Lydgate

Season One: "Pilot" • "The Thing You Love Most" • "Snow Falls" • "The Price of Gold" • "That Still Small Voice" • "The Shepherd" • "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter" • "Desperate Souls" • "True North" • "7:15 A.M." • "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree" • "Skin Deep" • "What Happened to Frederick" • "Dreamy" • "Red-Handed" • "Heart of Darkness" • "Hat Trick" • "The Stable Boy" • "The Return" • "The Stranger" • "An Apple Red as Blood" • "A Land Without Magic"

Season Two: "Broken" • "We Are Both" • "Lady of the Lake" • "The Crocodile" • "The Doctor" • "Tallahassee" • "Child of the Moon" • "Into the Deep" • "Queen of Hearts" • "The Cricket Game" • "The Outsider" • "In the Name of the Brother" • "Tiny" • "Manhattan" • "The Queen Is Dead" • "The Miller's Daughter" • "Welcome to Storybrooke" • "Selfless, Brave and True" • "Lacey" • "The Evil Queen" • "Second Star to the Right" • "And Straight On 'Til Morning"
Season Three: "The Heart of the Truest Believer" • "Lost Girl" • "Quite a Common Fairy" • "Nasty Habits" • "Good Form" • "Ariel" • "Dark Hollow" • "Think Lovely Thoughts" • "Save Henry" • "The New Neverland" • "Going Home" • "New York City Serenade" • "Witch Hunt" • "The Tower" • "Quiet Minds" • "It's Not Easy Being Green" • "The Jolly Roger" • "Bleeding Through" • "A Curious Thing" • "Kansas" • "Snow Drifts" • "There's No Place Like Home"
Season Four: "A Tale of Two Sisters" • "White Out" • "Rocky Road" • "The Apprentice" • "Breaking Glass" • "Family Business" • "The Snow Queen" • "Smash the Mirror" • "Fall" • "Shattered Sight" • "Heroes and Villains" • "Darkness on the Edge of Town" • "Unforgiven" • "Enter the Dragon" • "Poor Unfortunate Soul" • "Best Laid Plans" • "Heart of Gold" • "Sympathy for the De Vil" • "Lily" • "Mother" • "Operation Mongoose"
Season Five: "The Dark Swan" • "The Price" • "Siege Perilous" • "The Broken Kingdom" • "Dreamcatcher" • "The Bear and the Bow" • "Nimue" • "Birth" • "The Bear King" • "Broken Heart" • "Swan Song" • "Souls of the Departed" • "Labor of Love" • "Devil's Due" • "The Brothers Jones" • "Our Decay" • "Her Handsome Hero" • "Ruby Slippers" • "Sisters" • "Firebird" • "Last Rites" • "Only You" • "An Untold Story"
Season Six: "The Savior" • "A Bitter Draught" • "The Other Shoe" • "Strange Case" • "Street Rats" • "Dark Waters" • "Heartless" • "I'll Be Your Mirror" • "Changelings" • "Wish You Were Here" • "Tougher Than the Rest" • "Murder Most Foul • "Ill-Boding Patterns" • "Page 23" • "A Wondrous Place" • "Mother's Little Helper" • "Awake" • "Where Bluebirds Fly" • "The Black Fairy" • "The Song in Your Heart" • "The Final Battle"
Season Seven: "Hyperion Heights" • "A Pirate's Life"• "The Garden of Forking Paths" • "Beauty" • "Greenbacks" • "Wake Up Call" • "Eloise Gardener" • "Pretty in Blue" • "One Little Tear" • "The Eighth Witch" • "Secret Garden" • "A Taste of the Heights" • "Knightfall" • "The Girl in the Tower" • "Sisterhood" • "Breadcrumbs" • "Chosen" • "The Guardian" • "Flower Child" • "Is This Henry Mills?" • "Homecoming" • "Leaving Storybrooke"

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: "Down the Rabbit Hole" • "Trust Me" • "Forget Me Not" • "The Serpent" • "Heart of Stone" • "Who's Alice?" • "Bad Blood" • "Home" • "Nothing to Fear" • "Dirty Little Secrets" • "Heart of the Matter" • "To Catch a Thief" • "And They Lived..."

Once Upon a Time: Royal CastleBostonDark PalaceMaurice's CastleDark Castle/Rumplestiltskin's CastleLibraryKing's CastleTremaine estateMaurice's CastleDwarves' CottageDwarf MinesGeppetto's HomeNew York CityKing Stefan's CastleThe BeanstalkGiant's LairChinese VillageEnglandLondonDarling NurseryNeverlandBig BenSkull RockHamelinMaritime CastleRapunzel's TowerVault of the Dark OneLand of OzYellow Brick RoadEmerald CityArendelleValley of the Living RockArendelle CastleElsa's Ice PalaceWandering Oaken's Trading Post and SaunaBald MountainRing of StonesDunBrochWitch's CottageCastle DunBrochUnderworldMount OlympusPoppy FieldsAuntie's Chicken & WafflesCave of WondersPleasure IslandMagical ForestSeattleHyperion HeightsBelle & Gold's HouseFacilier's LairGothel's GardenTiana's PalaceSan FranciscoMemento MoriMaldoniaFlynn's BarcadeUnited RealmsSnow White's Farm

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: Wonderland CastleThe Mad Hatter's HouseWhite Rabbit's HouseUnderlandTulgey Wood
Both series: StorybrookeMaineEnchanted ForestForbidden FortressWonderlandWonderland MazeAgrabahSherwood ForestThe Sultan's Palace

Once Upon a Time: Once Upon a Time (Book)Snow White's Glass CoffinRed Riding HoodMaleficent's StaffMagic WandGlass SlipperPoisoned AppleSpinning WheelMagic LampDark One's DaggerChipped CupJefferson's HatMagic BeansCaptain Hook's HooksEnchanted CandlePixie DustDreamshadeSalad ForkPandora's BoxSilver SlippersSorcerer HatEnchanted BroomTridentEnchanted ShellHeroes and Villains (Book)Merida's BowMagical RoseExcaliburOlympian CrystalCinderella's DressGolden Scarab BeetleRapunzel's Frying PanMagical Golden FlowerShrinking PotionFloating LanternsTarot CardsMaui's Fish Hook

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland: Vorpal Blade
Both series: Jafar's Snake StaffEnchanted HeartsJafar's Lamp

Songs Featured
"Give a Little Whistle" • "Heigh-Ho" • "With a Smile and a Song" • "Beauty and the Beast" • "Part of Your World" • "Fathoms Below" • "Cruella De Vil • "Some Day My Prince Will Come" • "The Unbirthday Song"

Original Songs: "Powerful Magic" • The Queen SingsLove Doesn't Stand a ChanceRevenge Is Gonna Be MineWicked Always WinsCharmings vs. Evil QueenEmma's ThemeA Happy Beginning

The Jolly RogerMagic CarpetRoyal ShipCruella's carNautilusCinderella's Coach
FairiesUnicornsDragonsBridge TrollsWraithOgresMermaidsKrakenFlying MonkeysRock TrollsWill O' the WispsFuriesMunchkinsTree Nymphs