VIDEO: “Planes: Fire & Rescue” New Trailer Now Available

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The Walt Disney Motion Pictures Studios invites you to take off and soar with the elite aerial firefighting crew that is charged with protecting Piston Peak in a  new trailer released today from Disney’s Planes: Fire & Rescue.

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Check out the trailer titled “Thunder” below:

Disney also released more character images and descriptions:

Cad Spinner

Park superintendent Cad Spinner (voice of John Michael Higgins) is a luxury Sport Utility Vehicle who’s better suited for a country club than the country. Self-centered and passionate about profits, Cad diverts a big chunk of the firefighters’ budget to his lodge restoration project. Though completely turned off by dirt, Cad’s not opposed to playing dirty to get his way.

 

Maru

Maru (voice of Curtis Armstrong) is the mechanic tug at the Piston Peak Air Attack base. Friendly with a sarcastic sense of humor, he’s been around a long time and has the cluttered hangar to prove it. With no budget for new parts, Maru’s many shelves of old parts and machinery come in quite handy. The repurposing pro’s motto? “It’s better than new!”

 

Mayday

Feisty old Mayday (voice of Hal Holbrook) has been Propwash Junction’s fire and rescue truck for … ever. He’s always rarin’ to go, but he’s lost a little speed over the years. Plus, his hoses are leaky and he can’t see much without his glasses. Propwash Junction is growing fast thanks to resident-turn-big-time-racer Dusty, so Mayday might be in over his headlights.

WDWNT will continue to bring you all Planes: Fire & Rescue news and information as it becomes available, keep checking back!

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