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Good work, Cuddles. You've been busy. You found Dalmatians. So many Dalmatians.
~ Hunter thanking and congratulating Cuddles over his busy work finding the Dalmatians.
[Dalmatian puppies yapping] Hunter De Vil: Look, look... I didn't know she wanted to kill you! I-I swear! No! No, no. No. I-- I've been here before. I-- I know how you feel. I spent six months in here, and she didn't call once. I just want to belong to someone. [all the Dalmatians whimper]
~ Hunter De Vil telling the reasonably angered and upset Dalmatians that he didn't know Cruella had the intentions to kill the Dalmatians for their fur.
Hunter De Vil is the main antagonist of the cartoon Disney+ and Disney Channel UK television series 101 Dalmatian Street. He is the great grandnephew of Cruella De Vil with a fascination for Dalmatians. He works as a photographer and is planning to hunt down the Dalmatian family in his family's name. He is assisted by his cat, Cuddles and is the former archenemy of Dylan and Dolly.
Hunter is a young boy with light-blond hair that has a curly tuft on top, a red jacket over a white shirt with a black tie, black pants, black fingerless gloves, and red tennis shoes.
He would have a mischevious trouble-making personality getting into many trouble. He also would be skill and competent winning in many activities and instructing his pet Cat to vandalize The Camden Park just to have the chance to be able to have the vandalization frames on the Dalmatians. He also has shown to have genuine care for Dylan and the Dalmatians as he later on realized he was reluctant with his plan to capture the Dalmatians. As well as how his defeat subsequently cost him to dissociate acting like a literal Dog when trapped in a container filled with Dog food. Whenever something reminds him of a Dog, he of course turns into a Dog until either alerted by Cruella or eventually reminded about his plans. He also has been vulnerable to give into Cruella's manipulation due to him being her grandnephew. Him working with Cruella is almost way similar to Jasper and Horce who are Cruella's pawns except Hunter is a family of Cruella. Due to Hunter being Cruella's grandnephew he would work with her to try to kidnap the Dalmatians and get their fur extracted in Switzerland. He would do this until realizing her plans that Cruella talked about with the remains. Which Hunter frantically questioned prompting Cruella to explain that extracting their furs would be deadly as she is going to get the Dalmatians killed in order to extract the fur. He calls Cruella a monster being clearly disgusted with her plan. Causing him to be thrown into the red box. And he would rely on his Cat Cuddles to save him only for the Cat to chuckle and leave him trapped in the red box with the Dalmatians. All of this would lead to Hunter venting his sadness about feeling alone and never cared about leading to the Dalmatian pups feeling bad for Hunter. Hunter would later on choose to turn against Cruella choosing to side with the Dalmatians instead of Cruella. Saving Dorthy from a machine that would have seriously hurt Dorthy or even kill her. He would succeed in rescuing the Dalmatians and allowing them as well as Fergus, Sid, and Big Fee to get back to Camden through the bus as he waves goodbye and he starts to chase Cuddles as his Dog split-personality.
In "Dog's Best Friend", Dizzy and Dee Dee were searching for a human to adopt at "the pet shop" (a coffee shop). Upon seeing Hunter, who was relaxing & drinking juice before deciding to trip the waiter as part of a cruel prank and laughing at him, both pups could sense something off about him and wisely decided he would not make a good pet.
He is seen in "Girls Day Out", hiding up post, when the Camden residents mistake Delilah and Dolly as hyenas.
He appears in "The Woof Factor", where he is seen pushing his way to the front of the crowd of Triple - D's fans. He tries to get past the velvet rope, but security keeps him back.
He makes a prominent appearance in "The Nose Job", where he is seen to revealed to be the mastermind behind the vandalizing of the park. It is also revealed that he has a hairless cat called Cuddles, whom he is sending out to record footage of the Dalmatians.
In "A Date with Destiny...Dallas and Déjà Vu", Hunter is talking to someone on the phone about making sure her won the competition that lets him hang around Triple-D in the studio just to get a hair sample to see if it matches Pongo and Perdita's DNA.
In "Doggy Da Vinci", he begins seeing Da Vinci's art trending on the Internet, and is able to deduce it's one of the Dalmatians. He and Cuddles search for Da Vinci, and the events of the Episode lead to Hunter learning where the Dalmatians live.
In "London, We Have a Problem", Hunter befriends Dylan with their shared love for space. But it was part of his plan to be allowed into the Dalmatians' home, where he proceeded to kidnap the puppies, save for Dylan and Dolly. When the puppies were rescued, Hunter ended up in the shipping container meant for them and called his great-aunt Cruella to get him out.
On the very first number one episode "A Dog's Best Friend", in what the Dalmatians refer to as "The Pet Shop" which is just a a Cafeteria Coffee Restaurant, Hunter does a prank on a waitress out of his own self-amusement chuckling manically, Dizzy and Dee Dee witnesses this and finds Hunter De Vil not as a perfect fit due to his mischievously being reasonably off to the Dalmatians to lend to Dylan.
In Episode 21 titled "A Date with Destiny… Dallas and Déjà Vu", Hunter tries to intervene the stunts the Triple D tries to perform to get a tint of fur to track down the Dalmatians.
In Episode 15-16 titled "The Nose Job" Parts 1-2, a plot twist is revealed on Part 2 to reveal that the cat who vandalized the Camden Town London Park, it is also revealed that he is the owner of the Cat as well as being responsible for implanting a Camera onto the Cat that Diesel finds out. It is also worth mentioning that in this episode he shortly does his villainous monologging gloat about Cuddles doing a great work and finding the Dalmatians.
In Episode 28, asides from Snowball taking an heroical antagonistic role, Hunter De Vil foreshadows an antagonistic role foreshadowing the later on events for episodes titled "London We Have a Problem". He doesn't do any actual evil things asides from stalking Doggy Da Vinci intimating her as she is running away from the humans that are chasing her,
And eventually he arrogantly stalks confronts the main centrally focused character Doggy Da Vinci on the 28th Episode with the same name as the centrally focused character "Doggy Da Vinci" and eventually trespassing the Dalmatians.
In Episode 29-30 titled "London We Have a Problem" for Parts 1-2, he trespasses and then eventually kidnaps Dorthy Dalmatian mostly done by Cuddles but ordered by Hunter De Vil himself giving him the antagonistic role for this episode. As well as tricking Dylan into bringing him and Dorthy to his great great great aunt Cruella De Vil to turn into fur accessories through "fur optimization". Eventually he kidnaps the Dalmatians.
In Episode 49 "Dante's Inferno", Hunter De Vil arrogantly kidnaps one of the Dalmatians once more Dante. As soon as Dante realizes that Hunter De Vil wouldn't let him go as soon. As Dante told Hunter to let him go, Hunter understands what he says and mocks him.
In Episode 50 "The Better De Vil You Know", he also tries to kidnap the Dalmatians again trying to trap and kidnap them once more, this time into a bus but then being outsmarted by the Dalmatians when the Dalmatians took Hunter's ability to act like a Dog as an advantage to stop and defeat Hunter De Vil.
In Episode 51-52 titled "The De Vil Wears Puppies" on Part 1-2, Hunter De Vil works with Cruella De Vil and some henchmen succeed in kidnapping the Dalmatians. However on the end of the second part he resents against Cruella siding with the Dalmatians and saves the Dalmatians becoming redeemed in a way.
Assault - On the first episode titled "A Dog's Best Friend", making his initial first debut on this episode, he does pull a prank on a Cafe waitress and chuckles mischievously. Dizzy and Dee Dee reject Hunter De Vil not having him as Dylan's human pet noticing something off. This would foreshadow Hunter De Vil's antagonistic side.
Vandalism/Graffiti/Destruction of Property + Incrimination - On Episode 15-16 titled "The Nose Job" on Part 2, the very end of the second part a plot twist is revealed that not only would that cat that tried to frame the Dalmatians for vandalizing and destroying the property of the Camden Town London Park, but that he is the owner of the Cat he refers to as Mr. Cuddles.
Stalking - Hunter De Vil stalks the Dalmatians on numerous episodes like on Episode 21 "A Date with Destiny… Dallas and Déjà Vu", where Hunter successfully tries to steal a piece of fur from the Dalmatians to be able to track them down, as well stalking Doggy Da Vinci on very specific episode with her name on it on Episode 28. Eventually this leads to his intentions with approaching the Dalmatians and confronting them and trying to kidnap them on multiple episodes.
Animal Cruelty - Since Episode 16 titled "The Nose Job" Part 1-2 he endangers his own pet Cat to pull extreme stunts all the way to kidnapping the Dalmatians and tormenting them trying to kidnap them in many ways since episodes like "London We Have a Problem" Part 1-2, as well as how he dognaps the Dalmatians putting them in cages throwing them in, on the second part utilizing a large vacuum device to suck the Dalmatians into a tube to put in a delivery box with no food being delivered within six months straight. Only for him to get trapped in the box and be stuck in the shelter for 6 months. On other Episodes after that he would try numerous times to try to kidnap them in various other ways being considerably unethical and cruel. On the end of the season finale episode "The De Vil Wears Puppies" Part 2 he throws his cat to the ocean river outside of the cruse ship base.
Theft/Kidnapping - on Episode 21 "A Date with Destiny… Dallas and Déjà Vu", where Hunter successfully tries to steal a piece of fur from the Dalmatians to be able to track them down. Stealing one of the Dalmatians at some point when stalking them on Episode 28 "London We Have a Problem" Part 1-2. As well as on Episode 49 to 50 "Dante's Inferno" all the way to "The De Vil Wears Puppies" Part 1-2
where he tried to kidnap Dante, and then try to kidnap the Dalmatians through a Bus.
Vigilantism - Throughout some of the episodes, he tries to get revenge on the Dalmatians for having him trapped in a delivery box for 6 months straight. He eventually understands his wrongs as he didn't like the idea of Cruella killing the Dalmatians as a way to turn the Dalmatians into fur black and white spotted accessories. Eventually Hunter De Vil tries to stop Cruella taking the law into his own hands.
It can be argued that Hunter isn't the main antagonist, since Cruella De Vil also runs the plot.