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Planes is so overrun with broad cultural stereotypes that it should come with free ethnic-sensitivity training for especially impressionable kids. Planes, a charmingly modest low-budget spin-off from Pixar's Cars that provides more thrills and laughs for young children and their parents than many of its more elaborate brethren. Planes is based on a concept created by John Lasseter. The writers made a conscious effort to not remake Cars in a new setting, rejecting ideas that were too close to ideas in Cars. The team also conducted research by interviewing several pilots of plane types that were included in the movie. Jon Cryer was initially announced as the voice of the main protagonist Dusty, but later dropped out and was replaced by Dane Cook. more

Dusty Crophopper (Dane Cook) is a crop duster plane who works at a cornfield and practices aerobatic maneuvers in his spare time, dreaming of becoming a racer. His dreams are scorned by his boss, Leadbottom (Cedric the Entertainer), and his mechanic friend, Dottie (Teri Hatcher). However, he is supported by his fuel truck friend, Chug. Dusty and Chug train for qualifiers for the upcoming Wings Across the Globe race. On the night before the qualifiers, Dusty asks an elderly and reclusive navy war plane named Skipper Riley (Stacy Keach) to teach him how to fly well, but Skipper refuses. Dusty enters the qualifiers, and although the audience mocks him for being a cropduster, he manages to wow them by his well-practiced flight maneuvers; but he barely makes it into the race. While in the midst of his training, Dusty admits that he has a fear of heights. Despite this, their training continues, and when it is complete, Dusty heads off to the meeting of the race at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City. There he befriends an eccentric but loyal Mexican race plane named El Chupacabra, who eventually falls in love with a beautiful French-Canadian racer named Rochelle, who shows no interest in him. Dusty then makes a rival of the arrogant and villainous 3-time-winner plane Ripslinger, who rudely dismisses him as being only a crop duster. He also falls in love with a racer plane named Ishani, who becomes supportive of him. During the first leg of the race from New York to Iceland, Dusty's refusal to fly high causes him to finish in last place. During the second leg of the race to Germany, Dusty shows good sportsmanship by saving another racer, Bulldog, from crashing when more

Cast as voices
Dane Cook as Dusty Crophopper, was inspired by the Air Tractor AT-502 plane, Cessna 188 and the PZL-Mielec M-18 Dromader
Stacy Keach as Skipper Riley, a Chance Vought F4U Corsair plane and Dusty's mentor
Danny Mann as Sparky, a forklift
Priyanka Chopra as Ishani, a Pan-Asian champion from India
Brad Garrett as Chug, a fuel truck
Teri Hatcher as Dottie, a forklift
Cedric the Entertainer as Leadbottom, a biplane inspired by the Boeing-Stearman Model 75
Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Rochelle, a racing plane inspired by the Bay Super V
Roger Craig Smith as Ripslinger, a custom-built carbon-fiber plane and Dusty's rival
Gabriel Iglesias as Ned and Zed, Ripslinger's henchmen inspired by the Zivko Edge 540 and MX Aircraft MXS more

Planes: Original motion picture soundtrack
The film's score was composed by Mark Mancina
1. "Nothing Can Stop Me Now" (performed by Mark Holman) 3:14
2. "You Don't Stop NYC" (performed by Chris Classic and Alana D) 3:49
3. "Fly" (performed by Jon Stevens) 2:58
4. "Planes" 2:33
5. "Crop Duster" 1:20
6. "Last Contestant" 1:27
7. "Hello Lincoln/Sixth Place" 1:06
8. "Show Me What You Got" 1:21
9. "Dusty Steps Into History" 1:06
10. "Start Your Engines" 1:59 more