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Radiator Springs 500 1/2 Premieres on Disney Movies Anywhere

May 20, 2014

Race into summer with the Disney Movies Anywhere premiere of Radiator Springs 500 1/2.  The all-new Disney•Pixar short is available for free, and is an exciting first installment in the "Tales from Radiator Springs" series.  Just download Disney Movies Anywhere app for iPhone or iPad to watch Radiator Springs 500 1/2 now!

 

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Featuring Owen Wilson as Lightning McQueen and directed by Rob Gibbs, Radiator Springs 500 1/2 tells the story of a “leisurely drive” planned in honor of Radiator Springs’ town founder, Stanley, which turns precarious as Baja pros descend on the town and challenge Lightning McQueen to an off-road race. Meanwhile, the townsfolk, led by a Stanley-costumed Mater, enjoy the planned “leisurely drive” to retrace Stanley’s original frontier route. Thinking they’re on the same course, a wrong turn sends McQueen and the Baja pros on a treacherously wild bid for survival. The misunderstanding leaves the racing professionals in awe of the “legend” of Stanley: the Original Off-Road Racer

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