Snow Tracks is the seventeenth episode of the thirteenth season of Pongo the Dalmatian and Friends, and the three hundred and twenty-fifth episode overall. It is a parody of the Thomas and Friends episode of the same name.


  • Pongo (from 101 Dalmatians) as Thomas
  • Baloo (from The Jungle Book) as Henry
  • Sir Ector (from The Sword in the Stone) as Gordon
  • Piglet (from Winnie the Pooh) as Percy
  • Perdita (from 101 Dalmatians) as Emily
  • Gaston (from Beauty and the Beast) as Spencer
  • Ralph (from Wreck-It Ralph) as Rocky
  • Mickey Mouse (from Mickey Mouse) as Sir Topham Hatt
  • Roger and Anita (from 101 Dalmatians) as The Duke and Duchess of Boxford (do not speak)
  • Hercules (from Hercules) as Edward (cameo)
  • Donald Duck (from Mickey Mouse) as James (cameo)


Narrator: "It was wintertime in Disneyland. It had snowed all night. The trees were white. The cottages were white and even Mickey Mouse's land was white. There was not a Disney character in sight."

At the sheds, the Disney character looked out. Piglet was very excited."

Piglet: "It snowed!"

Narrator: "Pongo didn't like the snow."

Pongo: "Bother! I'll have to wear my heavy boots."

Baloo: "I don't like snow. You can get stuck in it."

Sir Ector: "Stuff and nonsense! Snow is soft but I am strong! It won't bother me!"

Narrator: "Then, Mickey Mouse arrived."

Mickey Mouse: "Sir Ector, you must take some pirates to the harbor. They are needed for an important coal delivery. You are a strong Disney character, but snow is slippery. Take the long way around."

Sir Ector: "Yes, sir!"

Mickey Mouse: "Pongo, you must deliver bundles of firewood to the stations."

Pongo: "Yes, sir!"

Narrator: "And then, Mickey Mouse left.

Pongo puffed with pride."

Pongo: "That's a very special job."

Sir Ector: "Not as important as mine! I shall go straight to the harbor. I shall run over every hill I come to!"

Narrator: "Sir Ector boasted proudly."

Perdita: "Take the long way around! That means Sir Ector, don't go up any hills!"

Sir Ector: "Hills are not too steep for me! I am strong! I am the best!"

Narrator: "And Sir Ector left the sheds.

Sir Ector huffed and he puffed. His breath was gray against the snowy white countryside. Soon, Sir Ector came to a hill."

Sir Ector: "This hill isn't too steep for me! I shall run over it."

Narrator: "So Sir Ector thundered up the hill."

Sir Ector: "I am special, I am the best!"

Narrator: "And he ran right to the top."

Sir ector: "That was easy!"

Narrator: "But Sir Ector found going down the other side wasn't so easy. The ground was icy. Sir Ector's feet slipped and slid. He went faster and faster."

Sir Ector: "Perishing feet!"

Narrator: "Gaston was going up the hill. Roger and Anita were following. They were having tea."

Gaston: "Slow down, Sir Ector!"

Narrator: "But Sir Ector couldn't slow down. Slushy snow sprayed from his feet. Gaston was covered from head to toe."

Gaston: "Rattle my feet! I'm as dirty as a ditch!"

Narrator: "But Sir Ector didn't hear, as he ran across the icy path.

Sir Ector came to another hill. It was even bigger."

Sir Ector: "This hill isn't too steep for me! I shall run over it."

Narrator: "So, Sir Ector thundered up the hill."

Sir Ector: "I am special, I am the best!"

Narrator: "But the paths were icy. The snow was deep, and the hill was very, very steep. Sir Ector ran slower and slower."

Sir Ector: "Bust my body! This... is... hard... work!"

Narrator: "Step by step, Sir Ector huffed and puffed to the top of the hill. He felt very pleased."

Sir Ector: "I am the strongest, I am the best!"

Narrator: "But at the bottom of the hill, there was deep, deep snow! The snow flew up, all over Sir Ector's face!"

Sir Ector: "Bubbling bodies! I can't see!"

Narrator: "Sir Ector shook off the main track and into a siding, straight into the back of a pile of slate!

Sir Ector was covered in thick, grey dust."

Sir Ector: "Oh, the indignity! At least I can see now."

Narrator: "And Sir Ector huffed on towards the harbor. The snow was deeper, and deeper, and deeper! Sir Ector could hardly get through it."

Sir Ector: "This is hard work!"

Narrator: "Now, Sir Ector was at the bottom of Sir Ector's hill. Sir Ector's hill was the biggest of all, and it was covered in thick, thick snow."

Sir Ector: "Sir Ector's hill isn't too steep for me! I shall run over it! I am strong! I am the best!"

Narrator: "But Sir Ector didn't feel so strong anymore, and he didn't feel the best. Sir Ector puffed against the snow."

Sir Ector: "Snow is soft, and I am strong. It won't bother me!"

Narrator: "But the snow wasn't soft. It had become a giant snowball. It grew bigger, and bigger. Sir Ector started to huff slower, and slower. He thought his back was going to burst!"

Sir Ector: "Oh, my!"

Narrator: "Just then, Pongo came up behind Sir Ector.

Pongo: "Thank you for clearing the paths, Sir Ector. Now I can deliver the firewood faster!"

Narrator: "Then there was trouble. The giant snowball was too big, and too heavy. It started to push Sir Ector back down the hill."

Sir Ector: "Look out, Pongo!"

Pongo: "Paw prints and collar!"

Narrator: "Sir Ector and his pirates rolled back faster, and faster! Pongo backed up faster, and faster! He slipped into a siding and Sir Ector rolled round the bend."

Sir Ector: "The giant snowball will surely miss us now!"

Narrator: "But Sir Ector was wrong. The giant snowball rolled down the hill and crashed and bashed into Pongo!"

Pongo: "Help!"

Narrator: "Sir Ector saw Pongo and his pile of firewood lifted high in the air and knocked out! Now, it was Pongo who looked like a giant snowball. Luckily, no one was hurt. Sir Ector felt terrible."

Sir Ector: "I'm not strong, and I'm not the best. It's a disaster!"

Narrator: "Sir Ector walked slowly to Pongo."

Sir Ector: "I'm sorry, Pongo. I'll try my best to help you."

Narrator: "Sir Ector heaved and hauled. He pushed and puffed, but the snow was too heavy. The snow was too thick. Sir Ector could not chuff through it to help his friend."

Sir Ector: "I'm not strong enough, Pongo. I'll find Ralph. He's stronger than me!"

Narrator: "Sir Ector found Ralph at the harbor."

Ralph: "Hello, Pongo. I'll have you out of there in no time!"

Narrator: "Soon, Pongo was no longer a snowball. He was a bright white dalmatian again!"

Pongo: "Thank you, Ralph! Now I must deliver my firewood. I'm very late. The stationmasters will be waiting, and they'll be very cold!"

Sir Ector: "I'll help you, Pongo!"

Pongo: "What about your very important job?"

Sir Ector: "I delivered my pirates to the harbor. Now I can help you with your very important job."

Narrator: "Pongo was very happy to have his friend's help."

Pongo: "Thank you, Sir Ector."

Narrator: "Pongo and Sir Ector ran cheerfully through the snow and when they came to a hill, they always went around it. Together, Pongo and Sir Ector delivered the firewood to all the stations. The stationmasters were very pleased to see them. At last, Sir Ector and Pongo puffed home to the sheds. They were tired, but they were happy to have been really useful. Sir Ector announced grandly..."

Sir Ector: "I have something very important to say! No Disney character is special and every Disney character is best!"

Narrator: "Pongo and his friends whistled. They all agreed with Sir Ector."

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