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Mattel Disney Toons PLANES: The Singles Checklist

Here are the first 17 PLANES listed on the singles list. You can see larger photos of the 4 main characters HERE. I’m presuming since the the Dusty listed here is called “Racing Dusty” that the single release version is a repaint of the “main” version (only available with his Pitty in the Gift Set). The only other known character is SKIPPER, the flight school owner (Vought F4U Corsair, I’m presuming) from AIR MATER … the others are unknown as of now but we have a slew of names.

From AIR MATER and the PLANES trailer, there are only a few other PLANES featured … the announcer might have a name stenciled on his side, I did not bother to pop it into the big screen … and the fighter jets might be ECHO or BRAVO … but the screenshots are listed at the end.

By the way, they are already working on a sequel – I guess Goose & Maverick will make an appearance in that one.

planes singles checklist

Rochelle is presumably Dusty’s love interest … in this case the singles bar dialogue is actually literal and figurative (shot down in flames, wingman, wrong runway, mid air refueling, going in for the … should I go on?Β  πŸ™‚Β  ).

Or is this the Rochelle, Rochelle from Seinfeld? Then it might be rated R. πŸ™‚

Will you plain collect them all?

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  • Jinzo says:

    Awesome! Can’t wait to get new product πŸ˜€
    Last but not least, when do we get lenticular version of these now? πŸ˜€ JK

  • Wraukn says:

    I am not going to collect these! OK, I’ll collect these.

  • hypercarrots says:

    the announcer could be brent mustangburger again since that is a p51 mustang

  • Jack says:

    I remember trying to play with some planes when I was a kid- Boring. How long can a kid pretend to fly a plane around? Your arm gets tired and when you let them go they fall, game over. Now cars on the other hand roll. Let them
    Go and watch them race, roll down a ramp whatever.
    Cars can keep kids busy for hours. I don’t see planes having the same effect. Now if they really flew… I can see little kids throwing these though, looking for some flight. That could be dangerous.

  • Cherie says:

    On the subject of personality, I started collecting the Cars from Cars 1 in about 2008. I had never seen the movie prior to starting to collect, and I did not see it until at least one or two years after I had started collecting. I saw the little Cars themselves at Wal-Mart (during my hellish stint working in the toy dept.) and I was smitten. It was fun, when I actually did see the movie, seeing all my Cars show up throughout and seeing what their personalities were really like, as opposed to what I had imagined them to be. These Cars definitely have a lot of personality – with or without the movie. There is just something special about them.

    • Cherie says:

      I am replying to myself here. When I say “these Cars” I am talking about the literal “Cars” – NOT these planes. I have to agree with one poster who said that these planes look like “clown shoes.” It will be interesting to see what they look like in person.

  • hypercarrots says:

    goose is dead

  • brittanycenter2007 says:

    I can’t wait for these, we will be collecting them.

  • BMW says:

    I collect Mattel Disney PIXAR Cars.

  • John in Missouri says:

    These things have as much personality as the bricks on my house, and just sloghtly more soul than Disney Store cars.

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