A little boy jumps on a real train and learns a lesson about safety.

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A little boy jumps on a real train and learns a lesson about safety.

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16 October 1936 (USA)  »

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Casey Jones
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Played at the beginning when the boy is playing with his toy train
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Just great
16 October 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A real sweet little cartoon. We see a young boy playing in his yard with toy trains. He LOVES them and dreams of riding one. Sleeping nearby is an adorable big, old dog watching over him. A real train stops on tracks outside the boys backyard. He tries to get out and see it but the dog stops him. He manages to tie the dog and get out. He starts examining the train and, while onboard, the train starts. He falls off and lands on the rail. He then proceeds to have an incredible dream sequence chockful of animation, models and some incredible 3-D images. Meanwhile the dog is frantically trying to get loose and wake the boy up...because another train is coming. It all ends happily though. A thoroughly wonderful cartoon for children and adults. It cautions children to play...but play safe. Well worth seeing.


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