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Thomas' Christmas Tales - Full is Pikachufreak's fan-fiction thing to make.

Description

  • Here's the full version of the 2005 VHS, Thomas' Christmas Tales, which was released on October 11, 2005. Stories narrated by George Carlin, Alec Baldwin and Michael Brandon included, as well as two songs: Not So Hasty Cakes, Snow, Thomas' Christmas Party, Thomas and The Missing Christmas Tree, Terence The Tractor, Thomas and Percy's Mountain Adventure, The Snow Song, It's Only Snow, Jack Frost, Snow Engine, A Scarf For Percy and Winter Wonderland.

Opening Previews

  1. Anchor Bay FBI Warning
  2. Anchor Bay Entertainment logo (2004-2007)
  3. HiT Entertainment logo (2001)
  4. Thomas and Friends Season 8-10 intro
  5. Thomas and Friends Island of Sodor opening sequence
  6. First few seconds of Not So Hasty Cakes

Opening Credits

  • THOMAS & FRIENDS
  • Based on The Railway Stories by The REV.W.AWDRY
  • Created by BRITT ALLCROFT
  • Storytellers GEORGE CARLIN, ALEC BALDWIN & MICHAEL BRANDON
  • Directed by DAVID MITTON
  • THOMAS' CHRISTMAS TALES

Transcript

  • (We start this video with the Anchor Bay FBI Warning)
  • (Then we see the 2004-2007 Anchor Bay Entertainment logo)
  • (The 2001 HiT Entertainment logo then appears)
  • (Then we see the Season 8-10 intro. After that, the Island of Sodor opening sequence starts)
  • Michael Brandon: The Island of Sodor is surronded by beautiful blue sea. It has fields of green and sandy yellow beaches. There are rivers, streams and lots of trees where the birds sing. There are windmills and the coal mine and docks were visitors to the island arrived. The island also has lots and lots of railway lines. Who's that puffing down the track?
  • (Thomas' whistle toots)
  • Michael Brandon: It's Thomas! Hello Thomas!
  • (Thomas' whistle toots)
  • Thomas: Hello, everybody! Welcome to the Island of Sodor!
  • (Thomas' whistle toots)
  • (Toby's bell dings)
  • (Trevor's whistle toots)
  • (Edward's whistle toots)
  • (An engine puffing by sequence happens and we begin Not So Hasty Cakes)
  • Michael Brandon: It was Christmas time on the Island of Sodor and Sir Topham Hatt's engines were busy. The snow made their journeys difficult. They had to work hard to deliver passengers and goods to their destinations of time. This made the engines feel very reliable. Elizabeth pulled into the fitters yard with Thomas' snowplough.
  • Thomas: I don't need that silly old thing.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Thomas.
  • Elizabeth: Stuff and nonsense.
  • Michael Brandon: Steamed Elizabeth.
  • Elizabeth: You can't be a reliable engine if you can't get through the snow.
  • Michael Brandon: That made Thomas cross.
  • Thomas: You know I'm reliable. I just don't like my snowplough. Elizabeth is rude.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas chuffed.
  • Thomas: And this snowplough makes my buffers ache.
  • Michael Brandon: Later, Thomas saw Sir Topham Hatt talking to Elizabeth.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: The Sodor Cake Factory is snowed in. Their Christmas cakes must get to the docks before the ship sails for the mainland.
  • Thomas: Let me do the job.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: I need you on your line, Thomas. Besides, Elizabeth knows those roads well. She's very reliable.
  • Thomas: I'm reliable too.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Thomas.
  • Elizabeth: Apparently not reliable enough.
  • Michael Brandon: Elizabeth chuffed. Now Thomas was crosser still. The snow was heavy, but Thomas arrived at every station right on time. Elizabeth was struggling to stay on the road. Her wheels did not like the slippery ice at all. When Thomas arrived at the docks to pick up Terence, he was surprised that Elizabeth had not returned.
  • Dock Manager: The ship will miss the tide.
  • Michael Brandon: Said the dock manager.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: And the children won't have their Christmas cakes. Thomas, go and look for Elizabeth at once.
  • Thomas: Yes sir.
  • Michael Brandon: Answered Thomas.
  • Thomas: Perhaps Elizabeth isn't so reliable after all.
  • Michael Brandon: He whispered. At the cake factory, Elizabeth was piled high with crates of Christmas cakes.
  • Elizabeth: Sir Topham Hatt's counting on me. I mustn't be late.
  • Michael Brandon: She chuffed onto the icy road. Suddenly, she was on a steep hill. Her drive applied the brakes. Elizabeth slid out of control into a deep snowdrift. Poor Elizabeth. Thomas and Terence puffed through the swirling snow. They couldn't see Elizabeth anywhere. Soon, they spotted her driver. He was standing by the level crossing.
  • Elizabeth's Driver: Elizabeth is stuck under the snow.
  • Michael Brandon: Her driver explained.
  • Elizabeth's Driver: I need help to dig her out.
  • Michael Brandon: Terence rescued her in no time.
  • Thomas: We will have to hurry.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Thomas.
  • Thomas: It wasn't you fault, Elizabeth, it's the slippery roads.
  • Michael Brandon: Elizabeth felt much better. Thomas chuffed and puffed as fast as he could. They reached the docks just in time. Sir Topham Hatt was delighted to see the bakery crates and that Elizabeth was safe and well.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: We'll get you unloaded immediately.
  • Thomas: Now the children will have their Christmas cakes.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Thomas.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Well done.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Elizabeth: Oh, thank you, Thomas.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Elizabeth.
  • Elizabeth: You and I are both reliable.
  • Michael Brandon: Thomas agreed.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Snow)
  • Alec Baldwin: It was wintertime on the Island of Sodor. The snow covered fields and railway lines. All the engines were hard at work, except Percy.
  • Thomas: Come on, Percy, this is no time to have a rest.
  • Percy: I'm stuck.
  • Alec Baldwin: Moaned Percy.
  • Percy: And my funnel's freezing up. Driver's gone for help.
  • Thomas: Hah!
  • Alec Baldwin: Huffed Thomas and went on his way. Later, Thomas had to help clear snow by a tunnel. But it was too deep and he got stuck. Thomas was very cross.
  • Thomas: Snow is nothing but trouble.
  • Alec Baldwin: He moaned. Rusty was close by.
  • Rusty: Driver says this winter is as bad as the worse winter of all.
  • Thomas: How worse?
  • Alec Baldwin: Asked Thomas.
  • Rusty: I'll tell you.
  • Alec Baldwin: Replied Rusty and then the little engine did.
  • Rusty: Skarloey was working the line to the slate mine in the mountains. When the snow came, it was difficult to work. They used the snow as a double buffer zone to help stop cars skidding through the ravine. One day, Skarloey set off to the mine with some empty cars. Meanwhile, there was trouble at the mine. The winch that holds the cars up and down wasn't working properly. Skarloey had reached the ravine. High above him were the mine yards.
  • Skarloey's Driver: That snow looks dangerous.
  • Rusty: Said his driver.
  • Skarloey's Driver: The sound of your engine and the freight cars could cause an avalanche. I'll set up an emergency cap and see what happens.
  • Rusty: Skarloey watched as the driver prepared it. Then they ran over the cap. (Boom!) The bang echoed around the gorge. Nothing happened.
  • Skarloey's Driver: Good.
  • Rusty: Said his driver.
  • Skarloey's Driver: All's well. We'll have a cup of cocoa and then make our way.
  • Rusty: But high above them, all was not well. A long line of full cars was about be winched down the slope. They had just started their journey when some empty cars became derailed. The winch groaned.
  • Freight Cars: Break it, snap it.
  • Rusty: Shouted the freight cars and they did.
  • Freight Cars: On, on, faster, faster!
  • Rusty: They giggled.
  • Workman: The snowbank and buffers will stop them.
  • Rusty: Said a workman. But he was wrong. The freight cars plunged into the ravine. Skarloey and his driver heard the noise and looked up.
  • Skarloey's Driver: Avalanche!
  • Rusty: They cried.
  • (The avalanche starts to bury Skarloey completely)
  • Rusty: When the snow ploomed clear, there was no sign of Skarloey. He was buried deep inside the high drift blocking the ravine. And then came the funny part.
  • Thomas: What's the funny part about an avalanche?
  • Alec Baldwin: Asked Thomas.
  • Rusty: Well. No one knew that the heat from Skarloey's engine had helped to make an igloo.
  • Men: It's a snowball, it's a snowhouse, it's an engine.
  • Rusty: They cleared away the ice only to find Skarloey's driver and fireman drinking hot cocoa as if nothing had happened.
  • Thomas: Lucky for him. But it just goes to show you can't trust freight cars.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Thomas.
  • Rusty: Or snow.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Rusty. The men had just cleared the snow away from him when Gordon puffed by with his machine.
  • Gordon: Hey look out, there's snow about.
  • Alec Baldwin: He stopped by the tunnel and wheeshed loudly. Then it happened.
  • Gordon: Oh no.
  • (The avalanche falls on top of Gordon, completely burying him)
  • Gordon: Help!
  • Alec Baldwin: Cried Gordon.
  • Thomas: If Skarloey survived the snowfall, surely a big proud engine like you can do the same.
  • Alec Baldwin: Chuckled Gordon.
  • Gordon: Pah!
  • Alec Baldwin: Moaned Gordon from within and then fell as silent as the snow.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Thomas' Christmas Party)
  • George Carlin: It was Christmas on the Island of Sodor. All the engines were working hard. Thomas and Toby were busy carrying people and parcels up and down the branch line. Everyone was happy. Only the coaches Annie and Clarabel were complaining.
  • Annie and Clarabel: It's always the same before Christmas.
  • George Carlin: They groaned.
  • Annie and Clarabel: We feel so full, we feel so full.
  • Thomas: Oh, come on!
  • George Carlin: Said Thomas.
  • Thomas: Where's your festive spirit? Christmas day is almost here.
  • George Carlin: By the side of the track was a little cottage with a familiar figure waving to them.
  • Thomas: It's Mrs. Kyndley!
  • George Carlin: Whistled Thomas.
  • Thomas: Peep, peep! Happy christmas!
  • George Carlin: Thomas always felt better for seeing her.
  • Thomas: Christmas just wouldn't be Christmas without Mrs. Kyndley.
  • George Carlin: He said to himself. When work was over, Thomas went to see the other engines. All their coats had been polished.
  • Gordon: Pooh!
  • George Carlin: Said Gordon.
  • Gordon: Just look at us. Your driver will have to work fast to get you as smart as us.
  • Thomas: Never mind that.
  • George Carlin: Replied Thomas.
  • Thomas: I've something important to say. Do you realize it's been a whole year since Mrs. Kyndley saved us from a nasty accident. You remember when she was ill in bed and...
  • Edward: Yes of course.
  • George Carlin: Interrupted Edward.
  • Edward: You told us how she waved her red dressing gown out of her window to warn you about a landslide ahead.
  • Percy: And you and Toby gave her presents.
  • George Carlin: Percy joined in.
  • Percy: And Sir Topham Hatt sent her to the seaside to get better.
  • James and Henry: But...
  • George Carlin: Said the other engines.
  • James and Henry: The rest of us never thanked her properly.
  • Thomas: Exactly.
  • George Carlin: Said Thomas.
  • Thomas: So now I think we should all give her a special Christmas party.
  • George Carlin: Everyone was getting very excited and the drivers felt sure that Sir Topham Hatt will agree as indeed he did. The engines were all busy making plans, when silence fell. Sir Topham Hatt had bad news.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: The weather's changed badly. Mrs. Kyndley is snowed up. Toby says he'll help to rescue her. You must help too, Thomas. There's no party unless you do.
  • George Carlin: Thomas hated snow, but he said bravely.
  • Thomas: I'll try, sir. We must rescue her, we must.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: There's a good engine. You and Toby will manage splendidly.
  • George Carlin: Thomas charged the snowdrifts fiercely. Sometimes he swept them aside, sometimes they stuck fast and the men had to loosen them. But at the cutting near the cottage, they could go no further.
  • Thomas' Fireman: Look at that!
  • George Carlin: Exclaimed Thomas' fireman.
  • Thomas: Peep, peep! Here we are.
  • George Carlin: An answering wave came from an upstairs window. Then they heard a familiar sound.
  • Thomas: That's Terence the Tractor.
  • George Carlin: Said Thomas.
  • Thomas: He's come to help too.
  • George Carlin: Sure enough, Terence had a snowplough and was working hard to clear a patch to the railroad line to safety. At long last, the rescue was complete. Percy took the tired workmen home. Terence said goodbye to Mrs. Kyndley and promised to take care of her cottage as he watched them all set off. The engines made good time. No more snow had fallen, but the yard was dark. There was no one to be seen. Thomas' heart sank. Suddenly, all the lights went on. What a marvelous site awaited Mrs. Kyndley.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Well done!
  • George Carlin: Said Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: I'm really proud of you all.
  • George Carlin: Mrs. Kyndley especially thanked the smaller engines.
  • Mrs. Kyndley: Thomas and Toby are old friends.
  • George Carlin: She said.
  • Mrs. Kyndley: And now Percy, you are my friend too.
  • George Carlin: Percy was very pleased.
  • Percy: Three cheers for Mrs. Kyndley!
  • George Carlin: He called.
  • Percy: Peep, peep, peep!
  • George Carlin: They all whistled.
  • Engines: (singing) We wish you a merry Christmas, we wish you a merry Christmas, we wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year.
  • George Carlin: Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends thought it was the best Christmas ever and Mrs. Kyndley could think of nowhere should rather live than here with them on the Island of Sodor.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Thomas and The Missing Christmas Tree)
  • George Carlin: It was two days before Christmas. Many children were expected on the Island of Sodor. All the engines were busy with the final preparations. Sir Topham Hatt wanted this year's carol party to be an extra special celebration. Sir Topham Hatt was now waiting impatiently for Thomas.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Quickly now.
  • George Carlin: He said.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Our Christmas tree has arrived just in time. I want you to fetch it, Thomas. Duck can look after Annie and Clarabel until you get back.
  • Thomas: Will we be able to sing carols too?
  • George Carlin: Asked Thomas.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: We'll see.
  • George Carlin: Promised Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Thomas: It would be nice to sing carols again.
  • George Carlin: Sighed Thomas as he set off on his important mission. Thomas collected the tree safely but large snowdrifts lay ahead.
  • Thomas: I mustn't be late.
  • George Carlin: He thought.
  • Thomas: Sir Topham Hatt is relying on me.
  • George Carlin: Whistling bravely, Thomas tried to move. But he couldn't. There was worse to come. Thomas was snowed under. Meanwhile the other engines waited and waited. They were grumbling about Thomas for being late.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Silence!
  • George Carlin: Said Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Thomas left the works safely, but snow had brought the telephone lines down. We must assume he is stranded.
  • George Carlin: The engines now felt sorry for Thomas and cold but confident the twins set off to the rescue. Suddenly, they came to a drift that was deeper than the rest.
  • Thomas: Help!
  • Donald: Hush!
  • George Carlin: Said Donald.
  • Donald: I can hear something.
  • Douglas: Probably the wind.
  • George Carlin: Said Douglas.
  • Thomas: Help!
  • Donald: No listen.
  • George Carlin: Insisted Donald.
  • Thomas: Over here!
  • Douglas: Oh, it's Thomas. Come on the poor wee engine must be frozen to the frames in there.
  • George Carlin: When the workmen arrived, it took some time to decide how to dig away the drifts of snow. Thomas' driver and fireman, who had taken shelter at a nearby cottage, joined the rescue. At last, Thomas and the precious Christmas tree were free from the snowdrift. Then they set off once more to finish their long journey. Sir Topham Hatt greeted them warmly.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: As a reward for all your hard work, you may go and enjoy the carols. Be quick now.
  • George Carlin: At the big station, all was soon ready.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: One, two, three!
  • George Carlin: Suddenly like magic the station was flooded with lights.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Ladies and gentlemen and children, i give you three cheers for Thomas the Tank Engine and all his friends who had made this ocasion possible.
  • George Carlin: Then there was a familiar whirring sound. Percy and Toby smiled, they knew who it was. With landing lights shining brightly, Harold the Helicopter touched down gently in the snow. Bringing the greatest surprise of all, Santa Claus. Everyone cheered and the party began.
  • Thomas: It's no fun getting stuck in the snow.
  • George Carlin: Whispered Thomas to Percy.
  • Thomas: But it was worth it for this party. Happy holidays, Percy. Happy holidays, everyone.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Terence The Tractor)
  • George Carlin: Autumn had come to the Island of Sodor. The fields were changing from yellow stubble to brown earth and an tractor was hard at work as Thomas puff along. Later Thomas saw the tractor close by.
  • Terence: Hello.
  • George Carlin: Said the tractor.
  • Terence: I'm Terence, i'm plowing.
  • Thomas: I'm Thomas, i'm pulling a train. What ugly wheels you got.
  • Terence: They're not ugly, they're caterpillars.
  • George Carlin: Said Terence.
  • Terence: I can go anywhere. I don't need rails.
  • Thomas: I don't want to go anywhere.
  • George Carlin: Said Thomas.
  • Thomas: I like my rails, thank you.
  • George Carlin: Winter came with dark clouds full of snow.
  • Driver: I don't like it.
  • George Carlin: Said Thomas' driver.
  • Driver: A heavy fall is coming. I hope it doesn't stop us.
  • Thomas: Huh!
  • George Carlin: Puffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: Soft stuff, nothing to it.
  • George Carlin: And he puffed on feeling cold but confident. They finished their journey safely but by now the country was covered.
  • Driver: You need your snowplough for the next journey, Thomas.
  • George Carlin: Said his driver.
  • Thomas: Huh! Snow is silly soft stuff it won't stop me.
  • George Carlin: The snowplough was heavy and uncomfortable and made Thomas cross. He shook it and he banged it and when they got back it was so damaged that the driver had to take it off.
  • Driver: You're a very naughty engine.
  • George Carlin: He said to Thomas. Next morning, Thomas' driver and fireman came early and worked hard to mend the snowplough, but they couldn't make it fit. Thomas was pleased.
  • Thomas: I shan't have to wear it, i shan't have to wear it.
  • George Carlin: He puffed to Annie and Clarabel. But they were rather worried.
  • Annie and Clarabel: I hope it's all right, i hope it's all right.
  • George Carlin: They whispered to each other. The driver was worried too.
  • Driver: It's not bad here.
  • George Carlin: He said to the fireman.
  • Driver: But it's sure to be deep in the valley.
  • Thomas: Silly soft stuff.
  • George Carlin: Huffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: I didn't need that stupid old thing yesterday and i shan't today. Snow can't stop me.
  • George Carlin: He rushed into a tunnel thinking how clever he was. But there was trouble ahead.
  • (Crash)
  • Thomas: Cinders and ashes!
  • George Carlin: Said Thomas.
  • Thomas: I'm stuck.
  • George Carlin: And he was.
  • Driver: Back, Thomas, back.
  • George Carlin: Said his driver. Thomas tried but his wheels spun and he couldn't move. The conductor went back for help while everyone else tried to dig the snow away. But as fast as they dug, more snow slipped down until Thomas was nearly buried.
  • Thomas: Oh, my wheels and coupling rods. I shall have to stop here till i'm frozen. What a silly engine i am.
  • George Carlin: And Thomas began to cry. At last the bus came to rescue the passengers. And then who should come to Thomas's rescue but Terence. Snow never worries him.
  • (Terence hooks up to Clarabel and pulls her and Annie out of the snow)
  • George Carlin: He pulled the empty coaches away, then came back for Thomas. Thomas' wheels were clear but still spun when he tried to move. Terence tugged and slipped and slipped and tugged and at last dragged Thomas clear of the snow ready for the journey home.
  • (Terence goes away into the tunnel with Thomas following him)
  • Thomas: Oh, thank you, Terence. Your caterpillars are splendid.
  • George Carlin: Said Thomas.
  • Driver: I hope you'll be sensible now, Thomas.
  • George Carlin: Said his driver.
  • Thomas: I'll try.
  • George Carlin: Said Thomas and he puffed slowly away.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Thomas and Percy's Mountain Adventure)
  • George Carlin: If someday you should see Thomas the Tank Engine puffing happily along the line, he may be on his way to a village nestled deep in the heart of the Island of Sodor. One November morning, Thomas whistled to all his friends.
  • Thomas: It's nearly Thanksgiving and i'll bring you lots of letters and parcels.
  • George Carlin: But then, an early snowstorm came. The island was covered with thick snow. The engines found work difficult. Some had to help clear snow from the track and workmen hacked away at the frozen banks of ice. Thomas and Percy were collecting important mail for Thanksgiving.
  • Thomas: Driver says there's of mail for the village.
  • George Carlin: Said Thomas.
  • Thomas: I'll need an extra car for it all.
  • George Carlin: Percy was feeling left out.
  • Percy: It's not fair, you're not leaving any mail for me.
  • George Carlin: But Percy's chance had come.
  • Thomas' Driver: There's been a change of plan.
  • George Carlin: Said Thomas' driver.
  • Thomas' Driver: Sir Topham Hatt needs us at the big station. Percy, you are to take Thomas' train to the village.
  • George Carlin: Percy was delighted, but Thomas was sad.
  • Thomas: I won't be able to say happy thanksgiving to all my friends.
  • Percy: Don't worry.
  • George Carlin: Said Percy kindly.
  • Percy: I'll do it for you.
  • Thomas: It's not the same.
  • George Carlin: Sighed Thomas. Percy was making good time on his way to the village when suddenly...
  • Percy's Driver: What's that?
  • George Carlin: Called his driver. There ahead was a fogman by the line. He was holding a red light.
  • Fogman: The village is cut off by the snow.
  • George Carlin: He shouted.
  • Fogman: We need snowploughs, workmen and a helicopter. Leave your cars on the sidings and go back quickly.
  • George Carlin: Percy was soon steaming to Harold's airfield.
  • Percy: Peep, peep!
  • George Carlin: Whistled Percy.
  • Percy: Wake up, lazy-wings, the mountain villagers need your help. They're stranded.
  • Harold: With so.
  • George Carlin: Replied Harold.
  • Harold: I like an emergency to keep me warm.
  • George Carlin: And he buzzed away.
  • Percy: Now.
  • George Carlin: Sighed Percy.
  • Percy: What's next?
  • George Carlin: Suddenly, there was Thomas with Terence the Tractor and the works train.
  • Thomas: Come on, Percy.
  • George Carlin: Whistled Thomas.
  • Thomas: Follow me.
  • George Carlin: The two engines battled their way through the snow. At last, they reached the village. Harold was already there busily dropping food for thanksgiving dinner to the people below. Terence quickly got to work.
  • Terence: Lovely stuff.
  • George Carlin: He said as he pushed the snow aside.
  • Villagers: Well done, Percy. Well done, Thomas.
  • George Carlin: Cheered the villagers.
  • Thomas: Percy I just remembered. Your mail train is still back at the siding isn't it?
  • George Carlin: Percy hurried back to fetch it. Just then, Toby arrived with Henrietta.
  • Toby: We've brought lots of hot drinks and food for the villagers.
  • George Carlin: He whistled. That night all the engines had gone back to the sheds, except Toby. The villagers had made a plan to thank the engines. They loaded paint pots and parcels into Henrietta and then they set off through the moonlit countryside. All the engines were fast asleep in the sheds as Toby ran slently into the yard. He had no idea what the villagers were going to do, but he knew it was going to be a big surprise. When the engines woke the next morning they could not belive their eyes. The sheds had been repainted and decorated. The engines whistled in delight and everyone agreed that it was a really happy Thanksgiving.
  • (We Wish You A Merry Christmas plays)
  • (Engines whistling)
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin The Snow Song)
  • Children: (singing) You wake to the silence the bright afterglow. Now there's a surprise for what do you know. It's snowing. Look, it's snowing. Little Jack Frost has been busy last night. The Island of Sodor is a blanket of white 'Cause it's snowing. Yes, it's snowing. White winter wonderland. Beautiful day. Snow, snow, snow, snow. Snow, snow, snow, snow. There in the valley someone you'll know. The little blue train finds his way through the snow. Whistle blowing. Yes, it's snowing. It's a beautiful world; It's a lovely day. Cherish this moment, remember this day 'Cause it's snowing. Yes, it's snowing. White winter wonderland. Beautiful day. Snow, snow, snow, snow.
  • (Children laughing)
  • Children: (singing) White winter wonderland. Beautiful day. Snow, snow, snow, snow. Snow, snow, snow, snow. Stay, stay, please stay.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin It's Only Snow)
  • Alec Baldwin: It's winter holiday time on the Island of Sodor. It's very cold, but the engines don't mind. They loved this time of year when the stations looked jolly in their decorations. There was plenty of work with passengers and parcels to be delivered no matter what the weather.
  • Edward: Driver says there's more snow on the way.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Edward.
  • James: We'll soon be wearing our snowploughs.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said James.
  • Henry: You'll enjoy that. Won't you, Thomas?
  • Alec Baldwin: Teased Henry.
  • Thomas: You know I wont.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Thomas.
  • Thomas: I don't like my snowplough.
  • Alec Baldwin: Sure enough that night, the wind blew and the snow fell heavily. The next morning, Sir Topham Hatt arrived. He told the engines they would have snowploughs fitted.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: And you are to collect a special from Callan Station. It's needed for the village feast on Toby's branch line.
  • Alec Baldwin: Thomas was excited about his special, but not about his snowplough.
  • Thomas: Please sir. My plough is awkward and uncomfortable. Do i have to wear it?
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Everyone has to wear a snowplough.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Sir Topham Hatt. The fitters, his driver and fireman all helped with Thomas' snowplough.
  • Thomas' Driver: We'll have to try that again.
  • Alec Baldwin: Laughed his driver.
  • Thomas: Big horrid awkward thing.
  • Alec Baldwin: Thomas grumbled. He was much happier when he arrived at Callan Station and saw his special. It was a beautiful christmas tree.
  • Edward: The tree will have lights and stand in the middle of the village.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Edward.
  • Edward: Make sure you get it to Toby safely.
  • Thomas: I will.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Thomas. Thomas arrived at Maithwaite and Toby was very happy to see him.
  • Toby: The villagers will be delighted with this tree.
  • Alec Baldwin: Toby said.
  • Toby: I'm glad you had your snowplough. I can't clear the snowdrifts by myself.
  • Alec Baldwin: Thomas couldn't see there was a huge rock buried under the snow. Suddenly, his snowplough hit the rock.
  • Thomas: Bouncing buffers!
  • Alec Baldwin: Exclaimed Thomas.
  • Thomas: My plough is broken!
  • Alec Baldwin: His driver tried to stop but the broken plough hit the water tower.
  • Thomas: Cinders and ashes!
  • Alec Baldwin: Exclaimed Thomas.
  • Thomas' Driver: We can't go any further.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Thomas' driver.
  • Thomas' Driver: And there's no one to help us.
  • Thomas: But the villagers need their tree.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Thomas.
  • Thomas: Let me try again, i'm sure i can make it.
  • Alec Baldwin: It wasn't easy without a snowplough. But Thomas was determined. He pushed and he pushed and he pushed. Thomas was trying as hard as he could, but there was just one snowdrift after another. Finally, Thomas and Toby were pulling into the village station. Thomas whistled and the villagers cheered when they saw their beautiful tree.
  • Villagers: Hooray!
  • Alec Baldwin: They said.
  • Villagers: Hooray!
  • Alec Baldwin: The next day, Sir Topham Hatt sent for Thomas. Thomas was worried. What would Sir Topham Hatt say about his broken snowplough? But Sir Topham Hatt wasn't cross, he was very pleased.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: The villagers had a wonderful feast.
  • Alec Baldwin: He said.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: You were very brave to take on that snow without a plough.
  • Thomas: Thank you, Sir.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Thomas.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: As you know...
  • Alec Baldwin: Continued Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: ...there are no spare snowploughs. So, you'll just have to do without yours for a while.
  • Thomas: Oh, thank you, sir.
  • Alec Baldwin: Grinned Thomas.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Jack Frost)
  • Alec Baldwin: It was an icy day on the Island of Sodor. The engines were working very hard. They didn't mind the cold because they had toasting hot fireboxes to keep them warm. That evening, Sir Topham Hatt came to the sheds.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: There's a big freeze coming tonight.
  • Alec Baldwin: He said.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: James and Percy are to deliver extra coal to the stations.
  • James and Percy: Yes sir.
  • Alec Baldwin: They said eagerly and Sir Topham Hatt drove away.
  • Thomas: You better hurry.
  • Alec Baldwin: Teased Thomas.
  • Thomas: Or scary Jack Frost might get you.
  • Percy: Who's Jack Frost?
  • Alec Baldwin: Percy whistled nervously.
  • James: Don't be so silly.
  • Alec Baldwin: Sniffed James.
  • James: Jack Frost is not scary.
  • Thomas: Yes he is.
  • Alec Baldwin: Teased Thomas.
  • Thomas: He's all white with a big spiky face.
  • James: Rubbish!
  • Alec Baldwin: Said James. James knew Jack Frost wasn't scary, but poor Percy wasn't so sure. Percy shivered.
  • Percy: Jack Frost is not scary, Jack Frost is not scary, Jack Frost is not scary.
  • Alec Baldwin: Meanwhile, James puffed along his route.
  • James: Silly Percy.
  • Alec Baldwin: He thought.
  • James: All steamed up over Jack Frost.
  • Alec Baldwin: Percy made his last delivery. The stationmaster was very pleased to see him.
  • Stationmaster: Oh, Percy.
  • Alec Baldwin: He cried.
  • Stationmaster: We need twice as much coal to last through this freeze.
  • Percy: Don't worry.
  • Alec Baldwin: Percy said.
  • Percy: This is my last stop, you can have mine.
  • Alec Baldwin: So Percy's driver parked him in a siding with only a lantern for company.
  • Percy: Do you think scary Jack Frost will find me.
  • Alec Baldwin: Said Percy.
  • Percy's Driver: Jack Frost not scary.
  • Alec Baldwin: Chuckled his driver.
  • Percy's Driver: And don't worry Elizabeth will bring you some more coal in the morning.
  • Alec Baldwin: And then his driver and fireman went home to bed. Late at night, the icy wind howled. It started to snow. Soon, Percy's face was so cold, an icicle hung from his nose.
  • Percy: Oh, b-b-b-b-bother.
  • Alec Baldwin: Percy stuttered, but it didn't sound like Percy. It was so cold, he could hardly make a sound. At last, James was on his way back to the sheds. In the fog, he saw shadows and strange and scary shapes.
  • James: Scary Jack Frost.
  • Alec Baldwin: He whispered nervously.
  • James: Pah!
  • Percy: Hello, J-j-j-j-james.
  • Alec Baldwin: Muttered Percy icily.
  • James: Scary Jack Frost!
  • Alec Baldwin: Cried James and he raced away as fast as his wheels could carry him. He didn't stop until he got back to the sheds. The next morning, Elizabeth brought plenty of coal.
  • Elizabeth: Oh my dear.
  • Alec Baldwin: Elizabeth chuffed to Percy.
  • Elizabeth: It looks like Jack Frost really got you.
  • Alec Baldwin: The firelighter started Percy's fire. Soon, his ice mask melted away.
  • Percy: So scary Jack Frost is only frost.
  • Alec Baldwin: Tooted Percy happily and soon he was as warm as toast. When Percy arrived at the sheds, James was bragging to the other engines.
  • James: I saw scary Jack Frost last night.
  • Alec Baldwin: James huffed.
  • James: He even knows my name.
  • Percy: He also knows that you ran away.
  • Alec Baldwin: Teased Percy and all the engines whistled including James. But Percy's was the loudest whistle of all.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Snow Engine)
  • Michael Brandon: Oliver and Duck are Great Western engines. They delivered goods and passengers when the roads are closed by deep snow. But Oliver thinks snow was messy and cold.
  • Oliver: I'm a Great Western engine.
  • Michael Brandon: He chuffed one day.
  • Oliver: I shouldn't have to shiver.
  • Toad: Begging your pardon, Mr. Oliver?
  • Michael Brandon: Whispered Toad.
  • Toad: But I think snow is splendid.
  • Oliver: Huh.
  • Michael Brandon: Later, Oliver saw some children building a giant snowman for their winter festival. Each time, Oliver passed by the snowman grew bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger.
  • Toad: Just an obviouvation, Mr. Oliver, snow is magical.
  • Oliver: Oh.
  • Michael Brandon: Finally, the snowman was complete. Oliver chuffed back to his warm cozy shed. Sir Topham Hatt was waiting for him.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: You have to return to the mountain village.
  • Michael Brandon: He said.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Some goods are needed for the festival.
  • Oliver: But all this snow makes my wheels feel chilly.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Really useful engines work hard whenever the weather.
  • Michael Brandon: Soon, Oliver was loaded and on his way. The snow was cold. It had frozen the points and diverted Oliver into the station sidings.
  • Oliver: Whoa, shiver my boiler!
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Oliver. His driver applied the brakes.
  • Toad: Is there a problem, Mr. Oliver?
  • Oliver: Yeah, there is! Whoa!
  • Toad: That could been a little smoother.
  • Michael Brandon: Oliver felt awful. He thought the children would be upset about their snowman. Oliver's driver went for help. Sir Topham Hatt was just leaving his office when he got the call.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Duck will bring the breakdown crane first thing in the morning.
  • Michael Brandon: He said. Oliver's driver returned and told him the news.
  • Oliver: I'll be out here all night.
  • Michael Brandon: Moaned Oliver
  • Driver: I'm afraid so.
  • Michael Brandon: Luckily, the village inn had a toasty warm room for Oliver's driver. But Oliver was getting colder and colder. His fire had gone out and his funnel was covered in icicles.
  • Oliver: I was right all along. There's nothing magical about snow.
  • Michael Brandon: Toad was beginning to think Oliver might be right.
  • Toad: Brrr!
  • Michael Brandon: Next morning the children saw the situation.
  • Girl: Look.
  • Michael Brandon: A little girl shouted.
  • Girl: Our snowman has eyes in his tummy.
  • Boy: No it doesn't.
  • Michael Brandon: Laughed a little boy.
  • Boy: It's Oliver.
  • Michael Brandon: That gave the children an idea. When Oliver woke up he was surrounded by happy children.
  • Children: Oliver's a wonderful snow engine!
  • Michael Brandon: They cried. Oliver was so relief that suddenly he didn't feel any cold anymore. When Duck arrived with the breakdown crane, Oliver didn't want to leave. He loved the winter festival so much.
  • Oliver: You were right, Toad.
  • Michael Brandon: Called Oliver.
  • Oliver: There are some magical things about snow.
  • Toad: Perhaps, Mr. Oliver.
  • Michael Brandon: Shivered Toad.
  • Oliver: Absolutely.
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin A Scarf For Percy)
  • George Carlin: It was a cold winter's morning on the Island of Sodor. The wind was bitter and the ground hard with frost. Thomas and Percy were cold and cross.
  • Thomas: All I want is a warm boiler.
  • George Carlin: Huffed Thomas.
  • Thomas: Firelighter knows that. He's late.
  • Percy: He's not late.
  • George Carlin: Replied Percy.
  • Percy: This weather woke us up early.
  • George Carlin: Gusts of wind swirled round the shed, tossing flakes of snow towards Thomas. Then they swooshed round Percy too.
  • Percy: Why don't we talk about something else?
  • George Carlin: Shivered Percy.
  • Thomas: Yes.
  • George Carlin: Replied Thomas.
  • Thomas: Like how silly we'll look when our funnels turn into icicles.
  • Percy: That's not funny. Maybe we'll stop feeling cold if we talk about warm things-like sunshine and steam.
  • Thomas: And firefighters.
  • George Carlin: Muttered Thomas.
  • Percy: Scarves!
  • George Carlin: Continued Percy.
  • Thomas: Scarves.
  • George Carlin: Laughed Thomas.
  • Thomas: That's what you need, Percy. A woolly scarf round your funnel.
  • George Carlin: Thomas was only teasing, but Percy thought happily about scarves until the firelighter came. Sir Topham Hatt was enjoying hot porridge for breakfast. He was looking foward to taking important visitors on a tour of the railway, and had pressed his special trousers.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: I shall put them in my trunk.
  • George Carlin: Sir Topham Hatt said to his wife.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: And change into them just before the photographs are taken.
  • George Carlin: Then he set off to catch his train. Percy was now working hard. His fire was burning nicely, and he had plenty of steam, but he still hought about scarves. He saw them everywhere he went.
  • Percy: My funnel's cold! My funnel's cold!
  • George Carlin: He puffed.
  • Percy: I want a scarf! I want a scarf!
  • Henry: Rubbish Percy!
  • George Carlin: Said Henry.
  • Henry: Engines don't wear scarves.
  • Percy: Engines with proper funnels do.
  • George Carlin: Replied Percy.
  • Percy: You've only got a small one.
  • George Carlin: Before Henry could answer, Percy puffed away. Henry snorted. He was looking foward to pulling the special train. It was time for the photographs. Everyone was excited. Sir Topham Hatt was waiting on the platform for his trousers. They were in a trunk amount a big load of baggage. The porters were taking the baggage trolley across the line. They were walking backwards to see that nothing fell off. Percy was still being cheeky. His driver always shut off steam just outside the station. Percy wanted to surprise the coaches by coming in as quietly was he could. But the porters didn't hear him either. Percy gave them such a fright that boxes and bags burst everywhere.
  • Percy: OH!
  • George Carlin: Groaned Percy. Sticky streams of jam trickled down Percy's face. A top hat hung on his lamp iron. Worst of all, a pair of trousers coiled lovingly round his funnel. Everyone was very angry. Sir Topham Hatt seized the top hat.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Mine!
  • George Carlin: He said.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Percy look at this!
  • Percy: Yes sir. I am sir.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: My best trousers too.
  • Percy: Yes sir. Please sir.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: We must pay the passengers for their spoiled clothes, and my trousers are ruined. I hope this will teach you not to play tricks with the coaches.
  • George Carlin: Percy went off to the yard. He felt very silly. On the way he met James.
  • James: Hello Percy. So you found a scarf, eh? But legs go in trousers, not funnels!
  • George Carlin: And he puffed off to tell Henry the news. That evening, Thomas and Percy were resting in the shed. Percy's driver has taken away the trousers and gave Percy a good rubdown.
  • Thomas: Firelighter's promised to come early tomorrow.
  • George Carlin: Said Thomas. Henry arrived. He'd enjoyed taking the visitors around and now he felt sorry for Percy too.
  • Henry: Driver says the weather will be warmer tomorrow. You won't need a scarf, Percy.
  • Percy: Certainly not!
  • George Carlin: Replied Percy.
  • Percy: Engines don't need scarves. Engines need warm boilers. Everyone knows that!
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we begin Winter Wonderland)
  • Children: This is the story of Thomas' winter wonderland.
  • Girl: (singing) It's a winter wonderland See the snow lay all around.
  • Children: (singing) Bells are ringing; Ding-a-ling-a-ling, Ding, dong Sleigh bells jingle Home for the holiday we go Rushing to our winter wonderland It's a winter wonderland Little engine working hard. His snowplow heaving; Chug-a-chug-a-chug, Chug Choo.
  • Girl: Bother this silly snow!
  • Children: (singing) Don't haul be up, please don't delay Must get to my winter wonderland It's Thomas' winter wonderland Climb aboard and join us if you can See main line engines rushing to and fro Festive decorations, people rushing home Branch line engines shovel through the snow Firesides glaze through winter haze Happy holidays.
  • Girl: Look, everybody! Here's Thomas. And Percy. And James and Gordon and Henry.
  • Children: And look! Edward and Toby, too. (singing) Home for the holiday we go Rushing to our winter wonderland It's Thomas' winter wonderland Climb aboard and join us if you can See Terence Tractor clear away the snow Bertie Bus is wonderful; Just look at him go Seasons greetings; Happy Holidays Close your eyes, dream your dreams See how the magic stays It's a winter wonderland See the snow lay all around Bells are ringing; Ding-a-ling-a-ling, Ding, dong Children singing Home for the holiday we go Rushing to our winter wonderland Our winter wonderland Our winter wonderland.
  • (Sleigh bells dingling)
  • (Another puffing by sequence happens and we find the Season 8-10 end credits with Thomas looking at the credits)
  • (While they roll, the Thomas Season 8-10 end theme plays)
  • (After that, the 2004 HiT Entertainment logo appears)
  • (And finally, we fade to the 2004-2007 Anchor Bay Entertainment logo)

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