Oct. 23, 2016
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Planes: Fire & Rescue 3D

Dusty (Dane Cook), the famous racing airplane, learns that his engine is damaged, so he must shift gears and find a new career. He joins an elite corps of firefighting aircraft devoted to protecting historic Piston Peak National Park. When a massive wildfire threatens the park, Dusty -- with the help of his fearless colleagues Blade Ranger, Dipper (Julie Bowen), Windlifter, Cabbie and the Smokejumpers -- learns what it takes to become a real hero.
  • Genres: Animated, Adventure, Comedy
  • Running Time: 83 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, August 8, 2014
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: PG [ Some Peril, Action ]
  • Starring: Dane Cook [Voice of Dusty Crophopper], Julie Bowen [Voice of Lil' Dipper], Ed Harris [Voice of Blade Ranger], Curtis Armstrong [Voice of Maru], John Higgins [Voice of Cad], Hal Holbrook [Voice of Mayday], Wes Studi [Voice of Windlifter], Brad Garrett [Voice of Chug], Teri Hatcher [Voice of Dottie], Stacy Keach [Voice of Skipper], Cedric the Entertainer [Voice of Leadbottom], Danny Mann [Voice of Sparky], Barry Corbin [Voice of Ol' Jammer], Regina King [Voice of Dynamite], Anne Meara [Voice of Winnie], Jerry Stiller [Voice of Harvey], Fred Willard [Voice of Secretary of the Interior], Dale Dye [Voice of Cabbie], Matt Jones [Voice of Drip], Bryan Callen [Voice of Avalanche], Patrick Warburton [Voice of Pulaski], Rene Auberjonois [Voice of Concierge], Erik Estrada [Voice of Nick ``Loopin'' Lopez], Steve Schirripa [Voice of Steve]
  • Directed by: Bobs Gannaway [Director], Bobs Gannaway [Screenwriter], Jeffrey Howard [Screenwriter], Ferrell Barron [Producer], John Lasseter [Executive Producer], Mark Mancina [Original Music], Dan Molina [Film Editor], Toby Wilson [Art Director], Jason Henkel [Casting], Brad Paisley [Original Songs], Spencer Lee [Original Songs]
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