Mr. Baldini
Mr Baldini
Race Car
Gender Male
Occupation Owner of Baldini's Grocery Store
Voice actor(s) Scott Burns (1992-1998)
Game(s) Putt-Putt Joins the Parade
Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo
Putt-Putt Enters the Race
Putt-Putt: Pep's Birthday Surprise

Mr. Baldini is one of the Putt-Putt characters. He is a yellow station wagon whose voice and mannerisms are all Italian stereotypes. He owns "Mr. Baldini's Grocery Store", which appears along with him in Putt-Putt Joins the Parade, Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo, Putt-Putt Enters the Race and Putt-Putt: Pep's Birthday Surprise. He, like most of the Cartown citizens, is friends with Putt-Putt, and usually sends him to deliver produce to people, and sometimes gives him coins for it.


Putt Putt Joins the Parade Edit

Mr. Baldani can let Putt Putt deliver some groceries to cars in order for him to earn money for a car wash if the player chooses to.

Putt-Putt Saves the ZooEdit

Mr. Baldini makes a brief appearance when the game starts. He asks Putt-Putt if he can deliver some Zoo Chow for Outback Al to feed the animals before the zoo opens and Putt-Putt accepts. Mr. Baldini is also heard on the radio and later seen in the audience of cars during the grand opening of the Cartown Zoo after rescuing all the animals. At one point, Putt-Putt tries to take a picture of Mr. Baldini with his camera but he already did. That's why the picture of him is unused.

Putt-Putt Enters the RaceEdit

Mr. Baldini asks Putt-Putt to collect fresh produce from the farm. After Putt-Putt collects the 3 items, either 2 types of vegetables and 1 fruit or 3 types of vegetables, he earns 2 coins.

Putt-Putt: Pep's Birthday SurpriseEdit

Putt-Putt visits Mr. Baldini to get either sugar or flour for Pep's birthday cake. He was also invited to Pep's birthday, and was shown at the party.

Trivia Edit

  • It is possible that he could be based off a Fiat 1100 Station Wagon a small family car produced by Fiat from 1953 to 1969.
  • For Mr. Baldini's voice, actor Scott Burns uses an Italian accent that closely resembles that of video game icon 'Super Mario'. This is ironic, as Scott Burns was the voice of Mario's enemy Bowser for a while.