Farnsworth is a diesel. In the book, Farnsworth (who wasn't named) is a "shiny new engine" with a 4-6-0 wheel arrangement. See more »
At the beginning of the film, Pete the freight train is assigned to take a printing press "over the mountain to the town." When he brings his delivery up to the toys, it goes into a flashback, and the background behind Pete and the crane is clearly a city, not a town. See more »
Too little... too little...
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As a father of a young boy who loved trains as a toddler, I can wholeheartedly recommend this movie to other adults with children who may happen to find themselves in similar positions; read the readily available picture book before, after or - even! - during viewing this video: 'I think I can ... I think I can ... I think I can ...' is a GREAT message to embed in young minds, ain't it? The story is about a small, blue engine asked to take over from older, more experienced engines who have somehow failed to function on a journey carrying an exceptionally important cargo: TOYS! - to the children on the other side of the mountain. Who could resist, eh?
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