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Thomas & Friends: Percy Saves the Day
Thomas Friends Percy Saves the Day
Actor: Michael Brandon
Director: David Mitton
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
UR     2009     0hr 35min

On the Island of Sodor, Sir Topham Hatt is always stressing to the engines the importance of working together and listening to one another. But sometimes, the engines don't always do as they're told. Hop aboard adn see wha...  more »


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Actor: Michael Brandon
Director: David Mitton
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Sub-Genres: Animation, 3-6 Years, Family Films, Kids & Family, Animation
Studio: Lyons / Hit Ent.
Format: DVD - Color - Animated
DVD Release Date: 01/06/2009
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 0hr 35min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English
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Enthusiastically recommended DID features six new stories of
Midwest Book Review | Oregon, WI USA | 09/11/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"What happens when Thomas ignores Percy's warning of a wobbly track! And so another adventure of Thomas the plucky little railroad engine begins. This 35-minute, full-color, animated, enthusiastically recommended DID features six new stories of the inhabitants of Sodar Island including Percy Gets It Right; Something Fishy; What's the Matter with Henry; The Old Bridge; Trusty Rusty; and Bill, Ben & Fergus. This superbly produced children's DID is enhanced with "Bonus" features that includes a "Character Gallery; the Read-Along Story "Thomas and Percy and the Dragon"; the Sing-Along Song "There Once Was An Engine Who Ran Away"; the DID game "Pick That Sound"; two DID-rom Games: Percy's Maze Adventure" and Counting Fun"; and computer website fun at [...] Thomas & Friends: Percy Saves The Day & Other Adventures is also available for family, school, and community libraries in a VHS format [...].
Not bad
Cumulonimbus Harpe | Fresno, California, United States | 08/18/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"These stories are pretty good and are from season 7, which was the last season directed by David Mitton. The stories are narrated by Michael Brandon, who is on the border between a good narrator and a bad one. He has a good voice but sometimes, he makes the engines sound dumb. The story stops are:

Percy comes across a broken track while traveling on Toby's line so he goes back to tell Sir Topham Hatt. When he tells him about the problem, Sir Topham Hatt ingnores him and sends Thomas down Toby's line, which has the broken track on it.

A new line at the harbor is opened and Arthur hopes that Sir Topham will pick him to run it but Sir Topham Hatt ends up choosing Thomas to run the line. Thomas isn't the least bit excited since he hates the smell of fish. Arthur still wants the job, will he ever get it?

One day, Henry isn't feeling well and is leaking water everywhere. He doesn't want to tell Sir Topham Hatt because he that really useful engines don't complain. Soon, he send Thomas, Percy, and Henry to pull some freight cars and Thomas and Percy think that Henry is just lazy so they play a trick on Henry.

The old bridge is collapsing and Skarloey gets stuck on it one day. After he is pulled to safety and the bridge gets repaired, Skarloey refuses to cross the bridge again; but when it comes to saving his friend, Rheneas, will Skarloey be able to face his fear of crossing the bridge?

Rusty's job is to inspect the island for damaged spots and he comes across a weak bridge. He goes back to warn all the other engines but Duncan decides to cross it anyway.

Fergus comes help Bill and Ben at the quarry. He is very cautious and always warn Bill and Ben to be careful and to do it right. Bill and Ben soon get annoyed with Fergus and decide that the next time Fergus tells them to do something right, they will do it wrong.

A song about Fergus and the time when he ran away."
Very nice release
Michael Reynolds | Indianapolis, IN United States | 07/28/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This was a very good DVD. It covers a large variety of characters. Here are the episodes and grades:

1.Percy gets it right (B - Kids love Percy and Thomas they will like this)
2.Something fishy (A- Thomas, Arthur and Salty. Thomas does not want to pull fish so he tries to do it all in one trip and crash!)
3.What's the matter with Henry? (B - Henry is sick)
4.The old iron bridge (A - Skarloey almost falls on the bridge and won't go on it again. My kids found this to be very engaging)
5.Trusty Rusty (A- - Rusty saves Duncan from a bad bridge. Ironically this is very similar to the story right before it?)
6. Bill, Ben, and Fergus (A+ - Our favorite. Bill and Ben are very funny. This also includes Mavis)

As always, the DVD has games and a song. It also has two computer games that you can load on your computer. Not a bad deal at all. Ours came with a shiny Percy which made the whole purchase a steal since the trains themselves generally run $9.99. Great buy."
The secrets behind this DVD! By The Z
Michael Reynolds | 03/30/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This epsiode definately sounds intersting! Starting off with "Percy Gets It Right" Percy must save Thomas from Toby's Branch line tracks. Then in "Bill, Ben, and Fergus" Fergus returns and has to save the quary from Bill and Bens mischevious rampage. Next in "The old Bridge" Skarloey must overcome his fear of the old bridge and save Rhenaes. In "What's The Matter With Henry?" Henry has to recover from a horrible cold and a nasty trick by Thomas and Percy. Then in "Something Fishy" Arthur returns and has to save the docks from a runaway train and save his new job from destruction. Finally, in "Trusty Rusty" Rusty must save save Duncan from the old bridge before its too late. Based on everything here, this DVD sounds like a very interesting episode.

Also for, the cover for this DVD can be found at http://www.oakridge"