Gordon # 4 - Montana (from Cartoon Play Safe) (Both proud)
James # 5 - Harry Hogwarts (from Harry Potter 2001 & 2011) (Both vain) (Cameo Role)
Coaches - Hogwarts Express's Coaches, Rustee Rails's Coaches, and Coaches (from Harry Potter 2001 & 2011, Rustee Rails, and Michael Palin's Great Railway Journeys)
The Troublesome Trucks - Themselves
Thomas's Driver - Thomas Bandicoot (from Thomas Bash)
Thomas's Fireman - Emily Bandicoot (from Thomas Bash)
Narrator - George Carlin
Narrator: Casey Junior is a tender engine, who lives at a big station, which is on the Island of Fantasyland. He's a cheeky tender engine with four small drive wheels, a big tall funnel, a short stumpy boiler, a short stumpy dome. (Casey Junior whistles as he brings an orange observation coach with some blue and white and coaches and a yellow coach into the train station) He's a fussy steam engine too. Always pulling coaches about ready for the big engines to take on long journeys. (Casey Junior pulls into the station as Rustee Rails leaves with his coaches) And when trains come in, he pulls the empty coaches away so that the big engines can go and rest. (Casey Junior pulls away the empty coaches) Casey thinks no other works as hard as he does. (Rustee Rails with his coaches and Harry Hogwarts with a mail car puff by as Casey Junior shunts a coal truck) He loves playing tricks on them. Including Montana, the biggest and proudest engine of them all. Casey likes whistling rudely at him. (Casey Junior blows his whistle)
Casey Junior: Wake up, lazybones! Why don't you work hard like me? (Casey puffs away)
Narrator: (Montana puffs by with one green, a blue and yellow coach, and five red coaches) One day, after pulling the big express, Montana arrived back at the sidings very tired. He was just going to sleep when Casey came up in his cheeky way. (Casey blows his whistle to wake him up)
Puffa: Wake up, lazybones! Do some hard work for change! You can't catch me! (Casey flees from Montana)
Narrator: And off he ran laughing. Instead of going to sleep again, Montana thought how he could get back at Casey. One morning, Casey wouldn't wake. His driver and fireman couldn't make him start. (Thomas and Emily look at the firebox) His fire went out and there was not enough steam. It was nearly time for the express. People were waiting, but the coaches weren't ready. At last, Casey started. (Casey whistles)
Puffa: Oh dear! Oh dear! (Casey puffs slowly up to two blue coaches with five red coaches at the front)
Narrator: He yawned. He fussed into the station where Garfield was waiting.
Garfield: Hurry up you!
Narrator: Said Montana.
Casey Junior: Hurry yourself!
Narrator: Replied Casey. (Casey rolls back into the station) Montana began making his plan.
Narrator: Said Montana.
Montana: I will.
Narrator: And almost before the coaches had stopped moving, Montana reversed quickly and was coupled to the train.
Montana: Get in quickly, please.
George Carlin and Ringo Starr: He said. (Montana whistles and pulls out of the station) Now Casey usually pushed behind the big trains to help them start, but was always uncoupled at first. This time, Montana started so quickly that they forgot to uncoupled Casey. Montana's chance had come.
Montana: Come on, come on. (Montana begins go faster and faster)
Montana: Puffled Montana to the coaches. The train went faster and faster, but too fast for Casey, who was wanting to stop, but couldn't.
Casey Junior: (blows his whistle) Peep! Peep! Stop! Stop!
Montana: Hurry, hurry, hurry!
Narrator: Laughed Montana.
Coaches: You can't get away! You can't get away!
Narrator: Laughed the coaches. Poor Casey was going faster than he had ever gone before, and was out of breath, because his wheels hurt him, because he had to go on.
Casey Junior: I shall never be the same again.
George Carlin and Ringo Starr: He thought sadly.
Casey Junior: My wheels shall be quite worn out. (Montana blows his whistle as well as Casey whistling too)
Narrator: At last, they stopped at a station. (The train stops at a station) Casey was uncoupled, and now felt very silly and exhausted, (Casey moves onto a turntable) then went onto a turntable, thinking of all people laughing at him, and went onto a siding out of the way. (Casey moves out of the way)
Montana: Well, little Casey.
Narrator: Chuckled Montana.
Montana: Now you know what hard work means. Don't you? (Casey puffs away to a water tower)
Narrator: Poor Casey couldn't answer. He had no breath, then just puffed slowly away to rest and had a long, long drink. (Thomas opens Casey's tank and fills it up with water while Emily fills Casey's tender with coal) He went home very slowly, And was careful afterwards never to be cheeky to Montana again.