Ritscher-Schinzel syndrome (cranio-cerebello-cardiac syndrome, 3C syndrome) is a recently delineated disorder with Dandy-Walker malformation, congenital heart defects, and characteristic face. Various other defects, including eye and kidney malformations, have been described in the few patients reported. Here we describe 3 sibs born to consanguineous Pakistani parents with 3C syndrome. All 3 children had atrial septal defects II and ventricular septal defects and died within 3 months. Two of them had a Dandy-Walker malformation, whereas 1 had only slightly dilated ventricles. One sib had anal atresia, and another a ventrally displaced anus. The findings in the 3 sibs demonstrate the intrafamilial variation in the Ritscher-Schinzel syndrome, because the second sib did not have a Dandy-Walker malformation. Anal anomalies have not been previously reported as a component manifestation of the disorder. The occurrence of 3 affected sibs in a consanguineous family confirms autosomal recessive inheritance.