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When Dusty was commenting about Ishani's propeller while in the pit row at John F. Kennedy International Airport, LJH 86 Special can be seen in Sun Wing's tent. However, he does not appear in there again after that and is replaced by Sun Wing. Planes: Dusty Crophopper • Skipper Riley • Sparky • Chug • Dottie • El Chupacabra • Ripslinger • Ishani • Bulldog • Rochelle • Ned and Zed • Bravo and Echo • Roper • Leadbottom • Fonzarelli • Franz • Colin Cowling • Little King • Arturo • Tsubasa • Harland • Tripp • Dwight D. Flysenhower • Tractors • Judge Davis • Jan Kowalski • Van Der Bird • Sun Wing • Antonio • Mayday • Joey Dundee • Miguel • Ryker • Yellow Bird • Gunnar Viking This is the first Disneytoon film to be a successor to a Pixar film. Previous productions focused on mainly Disney properties.

In Planes, he sets the second fastest time in the qualifier round for the Wings Around the Globe and competes in the rally.

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During the Germany-India leg, he was in ninth place between Sun Wing and Little King until Dusty Crophopper overtook him.

The name "Van Der Bird" could be a possible reference to the Formula One driver Giedo van der Garde, who is also from the Netherlands. Planes was released on DVD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D on November 19, 2013 in the United States. [46] [47] Reception [ ] Critical response [ ]

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Forklift commentator Roper (Sinbad) visits Dusty the next day to tell him that one of the racers, Fonzarelli, has been disqualified for using illegal fuel, putting Dusty in the race. Skipper finds Dusty and tries to talk him out of racing, due to the fact that he wasn't built to race, but Dusty insists that he wants to prove that he is more than just a crop duster. This convinces Skipper to train him. They spend some time together practicing, which starts out awful. Although Dusty starts improving, it goes sour when Skipper tries to get him to fly above 1000 feet. Dusty gets dizzy when he looks down, and confesses that he is afraid of heights. Skipper is baffled, but they continue practicing anyway. He is a legendary champion in the history of air racing, known for victories in his home country of Italy. He is number 3 in the Wings Around the Globe racing competition. Yellow Bird seems to have his number changed in different parts. The qualifier leaderboard and Yellow Bird's tent as well as his appearance in the Germany to India leg show his number as 17. In New York and on the leaderboard at the start of the China to Mexico leg, his number is 1. When Dusty explains to El Chupacabra about Rochelle before the New York to Iceland leg begins, the "D7" and Jolly Wrenches insignia on Dusty are missing.

Dane Cook as Dusty Crophopper, a crop duster. [11] [12] [13] Jon Cryer was originally cast, but dropped out. [14] He was inspired by the Air Tractor AT-502, Cessna, and the PZL-Mielec M-18 Dromader. [15]While the film is focusing on planes, there are cars involved in the movie, and some can be seen in the stands of one of the races as well as watching the races on television. When Dusty and Ripslinger are talking to each other at the pit row in New York, Little King is seen behind Dusty. When Dusty explains to the racers about El Chupacabra, Little King is in his tent. However, it could be that Little King drove to his tent during the close-ups of El Chu. verifyErrors }}{{ message }}{{ /verifyErrors }}{{ He is seen in many shots of the racers throughout the movie, including in the pit row at John F. Kennedy International Airport. In New York, his tent was between Bulldog (to the right) and Yellow Bird (to the left).

He is seen in many shots of the racers throughout the movie, including in the pit row at John F. Kennedy International Airport. When Dusty is broken and needs repairs, Arturo gives him supplies. Disney Interactive released Planes: The Video Game on August 6, 2013. It was released on the Wii, Wii U, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo 3DS. [90] Sequel [ ]

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This is the third and final Disneytoon film where mild language is used after the both G-rated A Goofy Movie (in which Max Goof says "spaz" once) and Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (in which Forte mentions "hell" during his song Don't Fall in Love); Chug once says "freaking" profanely when Dusty is accepted to the race. This is another reason for the film's PG rating. James Seymour Brett was originally set to write the film's score, [41] but was replaced by Mark Mancina. [5] Release [ ] In 2012, a sequel called Planes: Fire & Rescue was revealed to be in development. [91] It was also confirmed by Carlos Alazraqui that the Planes series was intended to be a trilogy. [24] [92] A Disney staff member also stated that Planes 3 was in story development. [93] Instead of publishing an Art of book for the first film, Chronicle Books published The Art of Planes 1 & 2 to coincide with the release of Planes: Fire & Rescue. [94] The sequel was originally titled with the "2", but it was removed from the title on June 13, 2013. It was theatrically released on July 18, 2014. [95] [96] The third Planes film was cancelled after the closure of Disneytoon Studios on June 28, 2018.

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