The Incredible Crash Dummies (film)
The Incredible Crash Dummies is a 1993 American-Canadian computer-animated television special. It was produced in 1993. In the United States, it originally aired on Fox Kids. It was later repacked as a video to be sold with two of the Crash Dummy action figures (Ted and a "purple/gold" repainted Junkman). It was the first full-length television cartoon created using computer graphics.
- Ted's head has been altered to fit only the Torso 9000. You could say, Ted's really sticking his neck out for safety! [chuckles]
- Spin: Boy! This is really super-secret, eh Doc?
- Dr. Zub: [chuckles; to Spin] You bet your lugnuts!
- [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!
- Ted: But I need my body! It's got my arms and legs on it!
- Slick: We'll find it!
- Spin: Yeah! It didn't just get up and walk away.
- Dr. Zub: [indicating a Junkman-shaped hole in the door] As a matter of fact, Spin, that's precisely what happened.
- Junkman: Piston Head! Get me that microdisc!
- Piston Head: As you command, master. What is the first step?
- Junkman: To get off the roof, you idiot!
- Piston Head: As you command, o junkful one.
- [Piston Head steps off the roof and falls into a rubbish skip]
- Junkman: What a moron.
- Dr. Zub: That was quite a test-run out there!
- Ted: I ironed out a few bugs. How's the Torso 9000?
- Dr. Zub: The Torso is fine, Ted -- and once we get you back together, you'll be fine, too. After all, you've got a good head on your shoulders.
- Ted: Not at the moment, Doc.
- James Rankin as Slick and Jackhammer.
- Michael Carvana as Spin.
- John Stocker as Dr. Zub and Horst.
- Dan Hennessey as Junkman.
- Lee MacDougall as Ted.
- Richard Binsley as Spare Tire and Pistonhead.
- Paul Haddad as Bull and Daryl.
- Susan Roman as Computer voice.