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Thomas & Friends: Thomas Gets Bumped

Overview

Everyone's favorite Number One engine returns to the screen to the delight of children everywhere in this tale of new faces and curious rumors in Sir Topham Hatt's train yard. From Harold's handling of Percy's usual duties to Gordon's indifference to a famous visitor and Bertie's carrying of Thomas' usual passenger load, it seems that everything is just a little bit off around the train yard on this particular day. Of course once the rumors start flying it's a must to get to the bottom of things though, and by ...
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Overview

Everyone's favorite Number One engine returns to the screen to the delight of children everywhere in this tale of new faces and curious rumors in Sir Topham Hatt's train yard. From Harold's handling of Percy's usual duties to Gordon's indifference to a famous visitor and Bertie's carrying of Thomas' usual passenger load, it seems that everything is just a little bit off around the train yard on this particular day. Of course once the rumors start flying it's a must to get to the bottom of things though, and by the time the credits roll young ones will have the answers to these questions and many more as Thomas and friends set out on the fast track to family fun.
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
Those troublesome engines cause more mischief and mayhem on the Island of Sodor in this collection of seven vintage Thomas the Tank Engine stories from the long-running PBS series based on the Rev. Wilbert Awdry's classic books. In "Thomas Gets Bumped," a little train teamwork rescues stranded schoolchildren. In "Edward, Trevor, and the Really Useful Party," old-fashioned tram engine Trevor may be the main attraction at a garden-party benefit, but Edward helps in his own way by publicizing the event. A troublemaking Diesel, a jealous Gordon, a teasing Donald, a cheeky Percy, and a snooty Harold get their comeuppances in, respectively, "Diesel Does It Again" "Gordon & the Famous Visitor," "Donald's Duck," "Percy & the Signal," and "Thomas, Percy & the Mail Train."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/22/2003
  • UPC: 013132131733
  • Original Release: 1986
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  • Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Presentation: Limited Edition
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
George Carlin Storyteller
Technical Credits
David Milton Director
David Mitton Director
Britt Allcroft Producer
Junior Campbell Score Composer, Songwriter
Mike O'Donnell Score Composer, Songwriter
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