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Dusty is back for a brand-new adventure in Disney's 'Planes: Fire & Rescue,' and he's not alone. Let's meet his new pals from Piston Peak.
Dane Cook returns to voice the world's most famous air racer. This time, Dusty returns to his hometown of Propwash Junction to kick off his newest adventure.
When she's not scooping up water to put out forest fires, Dipper (Julie Bowen) is making puppy-dog eyes at her new crush -- Dusty!
All veteran fire-and-rescue choppers should -- nay, must -- be voiced by Ed Harris. In the sequel, Blade must team up with his new trainee, Dusty, and get our hero up to snuff.
Former real-life soldier Dale Dye (from 'Saving Private Ryan' fame) voices Cabbie, an ex-military transpo plane charged with helping the Smokejumpers do their job.
The Avengers of fire and rescue, the Smokejumpers never met a fire they couldn't fight. Hey, Iron Man? Add these guys to your speed dial.
'Last of the Mohicans' to Piston Peaks, Wes Studi voices a heavy-lift helicopter who usually gets the call when the day needs saving.
Real-life spouses Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara lend their voices to bring these two married RVs to life.
Erik Estrada, the star of TV's "CHiPS," voices Nick, who happens to be the star of "CHoPS," a show about two California Helicopter Patrol choppers. So metal!
As talking tour buses go, you won't find one more reliable and knowledgeable than Ol' Jammer!
This guy wrote the book on airport accident investigations. How he managed to do that without having any hands is worth putting in a book, too!