Lucky is a character from the 1961 classic Disney movie One Hundred and One Dalmatians, He is the son of Pongo and Perdita, and is probably the most prominent of the dalmatian puppies, along with Patch. He was named for the horseshoe-shaped pattern of spots on his back and because he was first believed to have died in infancy, but Roger (in both the original animated version and the live-action remake) wraps him up in a towel and revives him by rubbing him with his finger, revealing once again, there are 15 puppies.
In the first movie, he gets kidnapped by an evil lady named Cruella De Vil, and he, along with his parents and 98 other dalmatians, must make his way back to his owners, the Radcliffe's house. In the sequel, Lucky gets kidnapped by Cruella Devil again, but this time, is rescued by Patch.
He was voiced by Mimi Gibson in the original film, by Pamela Segall in the television series, and by Debi Mae West in certain episodes of the television series.