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|Directed by:|| John Lasseter|
|Written by:|| John Lasseter|
|Release date:|| October 29, 2008 on TV|
November 2, 2010 on DVD/Blu-ray
|Running time:||3 minutes, 42 seconds|
El Materdor is the third episode in the Cars Toons series.
Lightning McQueen and Mater drive by a herd of bulldozers near Radiator Springs. Mater tells Lightning that they are just like the ones he used to fight. The film then goes to Spain in a stadium full of fans. A Bulldozer named Chuy enters the stadium and fights Mater. Mater holds a red cloth on his hook and Chuy chases it. Every time the bulldozer misses Mater, Mater and the crowd say, "Olé!". The bulldozer gets ready to charge at Mater. Mater taunts the bulldozer and it charges. Mater spins around and the bulldozer falls over. As Mater turns to face the crowd, the bulldozer charges again at Mater, this time, bulldozing Mater into the ground. The red cloth falls onto the pile of dirt that Mater is under and a bell tolls. It appears Mater has been killed. Suddenly, Mater emerges from the dirt. The crowd cheers and Mater shakes off his hood. Suddenly, more bulldozers enter the stadium and charge at Mater. He jumps and all the bulldozers crash into each other. Then, even more bulldozers enter the stadium and surround Mater. Back at Radiator Springs, Lightning asks Mater what happened next. Mater says to Lightning, "you was there too". Back in Spain, the bulldozers chase Lightning because of his red paint job. At Radiator Springs, Lightning tells Mater that it did not happen. Mater tells Lightning to tell that to the bulldozers, who chase Lightning down the road.
- "Materdor" is a pun on "matador". However, the proper name could possibly exist in the Cars world, with people calling Mater "El Materdor".
- The bulldozers are car-versions of bulls. Frank resembles a bull, but is a combine harvester, not a bulldozer. In the first film, Lightning McQueen says that he's a racecar, not a bulldozer, mentioning about not removing things. This makes it confusing.
- The Bulldozers from the short make a brief cameo in the end credits at the end of Cars 2.
- These are minor characters that do not have their own pages.