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ThomasandtheSpecialLetterVHS
Thomas and the Special Letter
and Other Stories
Director(s)

David Mitton

Producer(s)

Britt Allcroft

Starring

George Carlin

Music by

Mike O'Donnell
Junior Campbell

Distributor

Anchor Bay Entertainment
Lionsgate

Released

August 15th, 1995
March 5th, 2002 (VHS)
March 20th, 2007 (DVD)
December 30th,
2008 (Double Feature)

Runtime

35 mins

Preceded by

Rusty to the Rescue
and Other Thomas
Stories
(VHS)

Followed by

Thomas and His
Friends Help Out
(VHS)
Percy's Ghostly Trick (DVD)

Thomas and the Special Letter and Other Stories, retitled Thomas and the Special Letter, is a US VHS/DVD featuring six fourth season episodes narrated by George Carlin and one song. It was first released by Anchor Bay Entertainment in 1995 and reissued in 2002. It was released on DVD in 2007.

Description

1995 VHS

PEEP! PEEP! Here comes Thomas the Tank Engine with the latest tales from the Island of Sodor. Come along for the ride as the engines take an exciting journey to a far away station. Help welcome Skarloey home from the menders and watch Oliver and Toad teach the trucks a lesson they'll never forget.

Join Thomas, Rusty, Sir Handel, Daisy, and the rest of the gang for these brand new adventures with lots of new friends never before seen on TV!

2002 VHS / 2007/2008 DVD

PEEP! PEEP! Thomas and his railway friends welcome you to the Island of Sodor, a magical place where the sun invariably shines and storms never last long. Meet George, a bad-tempered steamroller who is convinced that roads are much more important than rails. Welcome Skarloey back home, and watch as Oliver and Toad teach some Troublesome Trucks a Really Useful lesson.

So get your tickets ready for more freight yard fun with Thomas & Friends.

Episodes

  1. Thomas and the Special Letter
  2. Home at Last
  3. Rock 'n' Roll
  4. Steam Roller
  5. Toad Stands By
  6. Bowled Out

Song

Bonus Features

Trivia

  • This was the first Thomas VHS distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment.
  • On the cover of the 1995 VHS release, an image from Paint Pots and Queens is used.
  • This was the only Thomas VHS/DVD to feature the "THE END" title card at the end until Tale of the Brave.
  • This is the first Thomas VHS to have a brand new style that would later be seen in past VHS covers.

Goofs

  • The 1995 VHS description mentioned Daisy, but she doesn't appear in any episodes featured on the release.
  • The 1995 VHS does not display any home video logo (Video Treasures logo was still being used as Anchor Bay didn't have an on-screen logo yet), and starts off with the Britt Allcroft logo.
  • In the captions, Bertie is misspelled as Burty.

DVD Packs

US

Gallery

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