Planes: Fire and Rescue

Planes: Fire and Rescue
Planes: Fire and Rescue

Year

2014

Duration

80 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

This exciting animated sequel picks up the action where the original left off, with Dusty Cropperhopper living his dream as an air-racing star, winning international competitions with the help of his friends. However, disaster strikes when Dusty encounters engine trouble that threatens to end his career. Although everyone is determined to help Dusty race again, he discovers that he can put his agility and bravery to use in a new job, fighting forest fires in a nearby national park. As part of the fire and rescue team Dusty is forced to swallow his pride and confront his fears in a thrilling mission to save the forest and its inhabitants.

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mild threat

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