Planes: Fire & Rescue

Synopsis: When world-famous air racer Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he must shift gears and is launched into the world of aerial firefighting. Dusty joins forces with veteran fire and rescue helicopter Blade Ranger and his team, a bunch of all-terrain vehicles known as The Smokejumpers. Together, the fearless team battles a massive wildfire, and Dusty learns what it takes to become a true hero.
Director(s): Roberts Gannaway
Production: Walt Disney Pictures
  6 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
83 min

Look at them go! Into the final lap.

And here comes number seven...

Dusty Crophopp?!

And Dusty wins the gold!

Go, Duster!

Dusty, you were just

a small-town crop duster

who overcame impossible odds

to win the Wings Around

the Globe Rally.

And now, you're an air racing legend.

Well, Brent' I've had an amazing team

supporting me every step of the way.

The best coach, the best mechanic...

and the best fuel truck

that anyone could ask for.

Hey, wait a minute.

You're a gas consultant.

That's correct. I've got gas.

Awesome pic, Dust,

except your eyes are closed.

Racing with your eyes closed,

huh? So, that's your secret.

Yeah, you figured it out, Chug.

That was

some pretty fancy flying, Dusty.

Saw it all on my radio with pictures.

You mean your TV.

No, no. That's clearing up.

My bumper was nearly

corroded right through.

- All right.

- Disgusting looking.

Yeah, it was all rusty and blistered.

I got it. Anyway, what else is going on?

Dottie gave me some of that Rust-eze

Medicated Bumper Ointment.

- Hows it look now'?

- Looks great. Fine.

- Take a closer look.

- That's close enough.

What was that?

Didn't need to see that.

HEY, hey, guys, guys. Listen to this.

"After his Red Bulldozer win,

Dusty Crophopper..."

- That's you.

-"...returns to Propwash Junction..."

- That's here.

-"...where he will be performing

"at their annual Corn Festival."

They mentioned the Corn Festival?

It's national news!

Seriously? That's great.

Yeah. The phone's been

ringing off the hook here at the motel.

Gonna have to get out

the inflatable hangars.

Yeah, everybody

wants to see you, Dusty.

It's gonna be the biggest Corn Fest yet.


- Ready to do some flying?

Absolutely, Skipper.

- Don't stay out too late.

- Later, Dust.

Remember to open your eyes.

Hey, Propwash Tower,

this is Crophopper Seven.

Flight of two, ready for takeoff

Crophopper Seven, Propwash Tower.

Wind's calm. Runway

two-seven clear for takeoff

Have a great ?ight, fellas.

Crophopper Seven ?ight, on the (oil.

Snap into those turns.

Tighten ii up.

There you go.

Now let's work that vertical!


- Dusty, are you okay?

"My engine.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa,

steady, there.

Propwash Tower,

this is Jolly Wrench Seven.

We're a flight of two,

five miles north of the airport...

inbound for a precautionary landing.

Roger. Proceed direct to the numbers.

Wind two-seven zero at five.

Runway two-seven clear to land.

I don't know what it was.

I wasn't doing anything different.

Pylon turns, a vertical,

like we do every day.

I feel great now' but...

I got a love-hate relationship

with you, Dusty.

Love that you're my best customer,

hate what you're doing to yourself.

Come on, Dot. You saw me

at the Red Bulldozer race.

I kicked Aston Martin out there!

You're not even listening

to what I'm saying.

And hey, Speed City Airfest

is just a few weeks away.

And I think, if I get a little more speed

coming out of my turns,

really work that radial-G,

I can definitely improve my lime.

Yeah, I'm feeling it.

I'm feeling good about my next race.

Well, no damage to the casing

or compressor blades.

See? I told you. Just a hiccup.

- But there is...

- Dusty! Dusty!

What happened? Are you okay, Dust?

It's okay.

Was it your fuel'?

I tested it this morning.

I always take a little sip. Gets me going.

It's okay. I got quite a little scare there.

- But Dottie here...

- Dusty!

And it's all good news,

gave me the all-clear.

Your reduction gearbox is failing.

My gearbox?

Your chip detector had a cluster

of steel shavings on it.

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