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Super Rescue

Plot

NTwo diesels, 7101 and 199, arrive. 7101 is friendly, but 199 is rude, saying diesels are more reliable than steam engines. Later, Henry is riding home tender-first, his regulator jammed, and meets 199 with his train of oil-tankers at a signal-box. 199, ironically, has failed, and so does 7101 after his ejector leaks and he is unable to pull is passanger train. Henry, with some help from 7101, still able to move, bravely takes 199, the oil-tankers, and the passangers to the next station. Duck, to the delight of the passangers, takes the passanger train, while Donald takes the goods. 199 is sent away in disgrace, while Henry helps 7101 (now renamed Bear) to the shed.

Notes

  • UK release date: October 2, 1995 (direct-to-video).
  • US release date: November 19, 1996 (Shining Time Station)
  • US Narrator: Bob West (as Barney)/Michael Angelis (on some early US releases)
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Introducing 199 and 7101 (renamed Bear).
  • Appearences by Henry, Duck, Donald, James, 199 and 7101..
  • Cameos by Thomas, Gordon, Edward, Oliver, and Toby.
  • Bob West still uses his 1996 Barney voice in his US version.

Ruutless Ron

Plot

A horrid steam shunter named Ron arrives on Sodor and is mean to all the engines, blocks BoCo's way, and causes an explosion at China Clay Quarry.

Notes

  • UK release date: August 6, 1995 (direct-to video).
  • US release date: October 5, 1998 (Shining Time Station).
  • US Narrator: Bob West (as Barney)/Michael Angelis (on some early US releases)
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • This is Ron's only appearence.
  • Appearences by Thomas, Edward, James, Duck, Ron, BoCo, Bill & Ben and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Cameos by Henry, Gordon, Percy, Toby, Donald & Douglas and Stepney.
  • Stock footage from "Thomas & Stepney", "Percy's Promise" and "Bulgy" are used.
  • A shot of Ron's crew having injures isn't shown, due to violence. So children won't see that shot.
  • While Ron is taken to the scrapyards by Duck, in both Michael Angelis UK and US versions, the narrator says "Ron's driver and fireman were injured in the explosion, so an ambulance took them to the hospital". In Bob West's US narration (though he still uses his 1996 Barney voice), he says "Ron's driver and fireman were badly battered and bruised in the accident, so an ambulance took them to see a doctor".
  • Bob West still uses his 1996 Barney voice in his US version.

Duck, Bear & The Ballast (Ballast - UK)

Plot

New ballast is being laid in the trackbed. Donald and Douglas bring it from a line that starts at Tidmouth, and all they will say is "verra wee engines" bring it down from the hills. Duck and Bear are curious and ask to take some freight cars along the line. There, the two meet a small green engine called Rex, who tells him about the "chute" that loads his freight cars. The next time Duck and Bearvisit, Rex introduces them to the other two engines, Rex and Mike. When Duck and Bear discover that they don't have any passangers yet, they leave, promising to bring some for them.

Notes

  • UK release date: December 6, 1995 (direct-to video).
  • US release date: September 29, 1998 (Shining Time Station).
  • US Narrator: Bob West (as Barney)/Michael Angelis (on some early US releases)
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Introducing Mike, Rex and Bert.
  • Appearences by Duck, Bear, Donald and Douglas, Mike, Rex and Bert.
  • Non speaking role by Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Stock footage from "Super Rescue" and "Donald's Duck" are used.
  • Bob West still uses his 1996 Barney voice in his US version.

Mike's Whistle

Plot

Bear's horn is faulty, while he is trying to shunt ballast cars, and Mike says "engines without whistles and horns aren't engines at all". The others tease Mike about his whistle, and he blows off steam he is chosen to take the passanger train. Mike is cross and in a bad temper today. When a cow strays onto the line, Mike tries to shoo it away by whistling, his whistle flies off and into a field.

Notes

  • UK release date: December 6, 1995 (direct-to video).
  • US release date: September 29, 1998 (Shining Time Station).
  • US Narrator: Bob West (as Barney)/Michael Angelis (on some early US releases)
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearences by Bear, Mike, Rex, Bert and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Cameos by Duck, Oliver and Donald & Douglas..
  • Bob West still uses his 1996 Barney voice in his US version.

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