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Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends 

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This series follows the adventures of Thomas the Tank Engine and all of his engine friends on the Island of Sodor.
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Series cast summary:
Michael Angelis ...  Narrator (UK) / ... 336 episodes, 1991-2012
Keith Wickham ...  Gordon (UK) / ... 245 episodes, 2009-2020
Michael Brandon ...  Narrator (US) / ... 239 episodes, 2002-2012
Kerry Shale ...  Gordon (US) / ... 212 episodes, 2009-2020
Teresa Gallagher ...  Annie and Clarabel (UK & US) / ... 190 episodes, 2010-2020
Matt Wilkinson Matt Wilkinson ...  Cranky (UK) / ... 157 episodes, 2009-2020
William Hope ...  Edward (US) / ... 143 episodes, 2010-2020
John Hasler John Hasler ...  Thomas (UK) / ... 139 episodes, 2015-2020
Joseph May ...  Thomas (US) 139 episodes, 2015-2020
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Storyline

The series is set in the fictional island of Sodor, located in the Irish Sea. Sodor is depicted as located in Cumbria, near the historical town of Barrow-in-Furness Thomas the Tank Engine is an anthropomorphic steam locomotive, with a design loosely based on the LB&SCR E2 class (1913-1963). Thomas and his associates work at the North Western Railway, the main standard gauge rail network of Sodor. The series focuses on their work relationship. Written by Dimos I

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In the first 11 seasons, the show used live-action models exclusively. Season 12 used a mix of CGI and models. However, as of Season 13, it's entirely animated in CGI. See more »

Quotes

[repeated line]
Thomas: Well, bust my buffers!
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Crazy Credits

[UK version only] During the fifth season, Michael Angelis (the narrator) is not credited in the opening titles. See more »

Alternate Versions

When the first two series of "Thomas the Tank Engine" were broadcast in the UK, some of the episodes were linked with a montage of each engine being surrounded by a crowd, with a name plate in front of them. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Heartburn Hotel: Blood (1998) See more »

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Engine Roll Call
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classic series great new and cgi series OK
2 October 2010 | by ultramandan286See all my reviews

I've been a fan of Thomas all my life and i have to say that the older series is a lot better than the new one. i don't really like how hit entertainment change to cgi but after viewing it the animation was good. most of the episodes aren't that good anymore though. they use a lot of recycled plots and introduce characters we only see once. and hit didn't use characters that they had from previous seasons. i like to view before I give my opinions so ya if Your going to show your kid Thomas show the old episodes first. ill love Thomas for the rest of my life but i just hope hit does better writing in the future and they have with misty island rescue. i give the show an 8 out of 10


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24 July 2007 (USA) See more »

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