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Mattel Disney PLANES Fire & Rescue: The Mystery Pitty

There’s no information – just a photo – a character from PLANES: Fire & Rescue.

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  • Refriedbeans says:

    A new playset is available on Amazon just search for Control Tower playset. It includes Patch and Firefighter Dusty and it actually looks really cool! Not sure if she’s diecast though.

    • Mack_me_Bucko says:

      Thanks, Refried! I’ll advise once my playset arrives if Patch is plastic or metal — I suspect she is plastic though, but like Sparky, that seems the only way to get the character in a correct scale.

  • Mack_me_Bucko says:

    After seeing the film, this is indeed “Patch”, the tower pitty at Piston Peak Air Attack (I know, I’ve got way too much time on my hands lately).

  • Zen Master Pitty says:

    It looks like Dottie repainted to fit Dusty’s new paint job for Fire and Rescue?

    • Mack_me_Bucko says:

      Dotty has the tool belt in Planes, and a wider “hip” area behind the cab. Maybe she’s lost weight?

      • Mack_me_Bucko says:

        According to IMDb, there’s a female voice talent playing a character named “Patch” – maybe this is her?

        • chuki_mama says:

          She is also available from Mattel.com in the DISNEY Planes Fire & Rescue Control Tower Play Set . Mattel.com also has a sale for today only.
          25% savings offer applies automatically at checkout. Excludes Barbie® Styled by Me® Doll and Fan Favorite items. Maximum discount of $75 per order. Offer valid online only, from 11AM to 7PM ET on 8/9/14.

          (MET: Our link Then search for Dusty – it’s the giant red Pitty. 🙂 Thanks!).

          Part of the description states:
          Attach Dusty to the top of the Control Tower, so he can fly around and locate the fire. Once the fire is out and Dusty is ready to land, make sure he gets clearance from Patch. Patch can survey the sky from the tower, and then tell Dusty when it’s safe to land on the runway. Wow, mission accomplished with great teamwork. Set includes Dusty, Patch, Control Tower with working elevator, and Runway

  • YuKiO says:

    There are new Planes Fire and Rescue characters up on the Disney Store website. There’s one called Muir that’s really cool-it’s a big black locomotive. The other characters are the red and green helicopters. Each is $19.95.

    • Mack_me_Bucko says:

      “Muir” looks to be circa 1870 or so, wonder what he’s doing in present day Piston Peak National Park?

      • John in Missouri says:

        You need to visit Durango, Colorado!

        (MET: Or the Bay Area, BART is still running trains from the 1970’s and SF Muni not only runs cable cars but trolleys from the 1890’s to the 1940’s).

        • Mack_me_Bucko says:

          LOL, I’ve been to Durango multiple times (no thanks anymore, too built-up), Chama NM, Cass WV, etc, and driven hundreds of miles of abandoned railroad grades. The 2300+ railroad history books in my basement library are sufficient for any research. I’m a life member of the Colorado Railroad Museum, among other organizations. I was merely pointing out that “Muir” is a type that is not operating anywhere today, nor could it without massive reworking. For one, he has no pressure relief valve, and still uses crosshead pumps and clack valve style injectors!

          (MET: In CARS World, you cannot help but trip over crosshead pumps on the way back to the Texas Tea slurpee at 7-11. 🙂 ).

  • MoMcQueen says:

    I think you’re both right; my vote is for Van Halen groupie.

  • Mack_me_Bucko says:

    It has thick eyeline, so doesn’t that always indicate a female character?

  • John in Missouri says:

    Van Halen roadie?

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