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The Incredible Crash Dummies (1993)

Slick and Spin seek out to find the evil Junkman, who stole Ted's new body the Torso 9000




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Cast overview:
John Stocker ...
Doctor Zub / Horst (voice)
Dan Hennessey ...
Junkman (voice)
James Rankin ...
Slick / Jackhammer (voice)
Michael Caruana ...
Spin (voice)
Lee MacDougall ...
Ted (voice)
Richard Binsley ...
Spare Tire / Pistonhead (voice) (as Richard Bineley)
Paul Haddad ...
Bull / Daryl (voice)
Computer (voice)


Slick and Spin seek out to find the evil Junkman, who stole Ted's new body the Torso 9000

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Don't You Be a Dummy. Buckle Your Safety Belt, and leave the crashing to us.

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Release Date:

16 May 1993 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Los increíbles crash dummies  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Released 2 years prior to Toy Story (1995), which is widely credited as the first major piece of 3D animated storytelling. See more »


SPOILER. Chip and Dent enter the castle along with the rest of the Crash Dummies, but they seem to disappear after Junkman crashes his helicopter. See more »


[Slick and Spin crash a motorcycle]
Slick: That was beautiful, Spin -- I just went to pieces!
Spin: Really? Did the camera get it?
Slick: I forgot to take the lens-cap off.
Spin: Give me my leg so I can run away!
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Spoofs The Terminator (1984) See more »

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The Crash Dummies
19 December 2005 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

Today, the Crash Dummies are probably best remembered as something of a nineties phenomenon. Back in 1992 when the popular line of toys from Tyco reached the height of its success, this animated made-for-TV short was produced. It originally aired on FOX TV, but it was later re-packed as a video to be sold with one of the action figures, which is, ultimately, how I acquired it.

The Incredible Crash Dummies was one of the first computer animated movies ever made, and the graphics have held up surprisingly well. It's nowhere near the professional level of Pixar but it's not as wooden as one would expect either.

The important thing is that this movie is fun. I probably haven't watched it since I was 9 or 10 but at least I know I enjoyed it at that age. It's not meant to be viewed by adults anyway. It's made with good innocent humor and it doesn't overstay its welcome. Anyone who loved the toys will probably like this movie.

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