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The Rusty Bucket Kids: Lincoln, Journey to 16 (2010)

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All aboard with Steamy the Time-Travel-Express, join Roxanna (12) and JohnColeman Peakssen (9) help a 15-year-old Abe Lincoln stay on track to become America's 16th president.


(as Kevin Robert McDermott)


(creator) (as Jonathon Demers), | 2 more credits »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Roxanna Demers ...
Roxanna Peakssen
John Coleman Demers ...
Scott Andrew Taylor ...
Akin Williams ...
Mark Roberts ...
Nate Weever
Charlie Gaddy ...
Grandpa Peakssen
Mary Sue Ellen
J.C. Knowles ...
Mayor Jefferson Beauregard Jackson IV
Robert Crowley ...
Miss Tuttle
Genie Balmer Demers ...
Grandma Peakssen
Jacques K. Gilbert ...
Peak City Police Chief Preston
Peak City Pharmacist
Amber Rustin ...
Invisible Magic Store Owner


Grandpa Peakssen, owner of The Rusty Bucket store, shares a very special gift with Roxanna and John Coleman: the secrets on how to travel back through time on a magic steam train! The Conductor guides them as they travel to Gentryville, Indiana in 1824, where they meet Abraham Lincoln, a 15-year-old boy who loves books and wants to go to school. Back at home in Peak City, the police chief is out of town, so Town Manager Nate Weever and his foster son, Miles, keep an eye on Carlina and Rodolfo, two mysterious strangers who have come to steal the secrets! Written by Anonymous

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17 April 2010 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Did You Know?


Irene Santiago who plays "Carlina" is in real life Sterling S. Baron the boy who played "The Orphan" who gets off the bus with the nuns scene ,is his real life mom. See more »


JohnColeman Peakssen: This is cool!
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Two modern day children go back in time and visit Abe Lincoln to help him make important life decisions
8 May 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This pilot episode has something for people of all ages. Well-researched, it provides education about Lincoln as a teen and many viewers will learn something new and interesting. I had the impression I knew Abe by the end of the show. However it is not only educational. The humorous sub-plots keep the show moving and the audience laughing.

The small-town setting for the modern scenes highlight some of the best aspects of America today--friendliness, community and family. I recognized many of the Rusty Bucket Kids characters as kids I grew up with. When the plot moves back in history, the feel of the show reflects that and the audience is transported as well.

This is a wonderful episode that the whole family can watch.

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