Dragon Tales

Season 3 Episode 7

Lucky Stone / Max Loves a Train

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Aired Weekdays 8:00 AM Mar 01, 2005 on PBS
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Lucky Stone / Max Loves a Train
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"Lucky Stone"

Repeat of a Dragon Tales story first aired as part of Season Two.

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"Max Loves a Train"
Max has been anticipating riding the Dragonland Express for days and now it's finally arrived in Dragon Land, bearing a #8 and a loud train whistle. The conductor Isabella invites our friends to hop aboard, but the journey grinds to a screeching halt when it turns out that some of the train tracks are missing. The group goes on a search for the tracks, but when they can't find them at first, they look for other ways to have fun and cheer Max up.moreless

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      • The show Dora the Explorer also has an episode in which a character removes tracks from a railroad called "Choo Choo." However, in that story it's the main villain character Swiper who takes the tracks with malicious intent.

      • Lenore Zann goes on duty providing the voice for a character different from her normal Lorca --- the conductor Isabella in "Max Loves a Train."

      • Dragon Tunes: "The Ord Shuffle"

      • "Lucky Stone" is the second of five listed stories in the third season that is a repeat of a story from a previous season paired with a new story. Guide procedure for these episodes will be that no info from the recycled story will be repeated, instead, click for the previous guide entry to find the info.

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      • Ord: I can't believe the footprints led us all the way to Ragnarock Canyon.

        This is the first mention on the show of the location Ragnarock Canyon in Dragon Land. Ragnarock is a wordplay on Ragnarok, which was more or less the Norse version of Armageddon. Ragnarok has since been used as the name for a number of things in various games, including both swords and an airship in the Final Fantasy series.

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