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U.S. Narrator (Seasons 5-6)
U.S. Narrator (Seasons 3-4 and re-narrated Seasons 1-2)
U.S. Narrator (Seasons 7 and "800"-)
U.K. Narrator (Seasons 3-) U.S. Narrator ("New Friends For Thomas" DVD episodes only)
Goof: In Percy's dream, when the narrator says "He rattled up the rickity rails, and all the way down.", as Percy passes the camera, he has his happy face on when he's not supposed to.
When Henry pushes Diesel towards the siding, he is clean, but when Diesel falls through the siding, Henry is dirty.
One of Thomas' trucks lurches to the side when he and Percy are shunting.
When the paint lands on Thomas' cab, the cab roof bounces and slips out of place. It returns to its normal position in the next shot.
As the narrator says, "But Harvey was on the other side of the Island," look carefully at Harvey's face. After the line is finished, Harvey's face slides downward.
Thomas: Steamies and diesels need to work together.
Diesel: We don't want to work with stinky steamies!
James: We don't want to work with dirty diesels, either!
Thomas: If the airport doesn't open, it will be bad for all the engines! Both steam engines and diesel engines need passengers and freight to be useful!
Gordon: And I was just getting used to my tent!
The Fat Controller: Bananas are no good for building sheds, Thomas.
Gordon: (Whilst dreaming about being made part of a playground.) The indignity! I wish I was a real engine again!
Steam engines: Why are all the diesels here?
Diesels: Why are all the steamies here?
Yard Manager: Why are all the engines here?
The Fat Controller: Why are you all here?
A deleted scene of Henry and Percy sleeping at the Smelter's Yard can be seen in the music video, "Day and Night".
Lady, as portrayed in this special, is now a "special engine who works high up in the mountains".
First time Emily's asleep face is seen.
There are three deleted scenes: An alternative version of 'Arry & Bert bumping Thomas and Percy's trains from behind at the Airport site, Thomas finding the windmill is broken (not on the American DVD) and Thomas waiting at a signal with the bridge section, who is teased by 'Arry and Bert.
This is the only appearance of Sodor Airport until Season 10's "Thomas & The Jet Plane".
First time 'Arry & Bert are seen with coaches. They are also the third diesel engines to be seen with coaches, after Mavis in Season 3's "Escape!" and Rusty in Season 4's "Rock 'n' Roll".
Emily now lives at Tidmouth Shed.
The first time an engine is seen to "sleep whistle".
George's first big role since Season 5's "Bye George!".
'Arry & Bert have their first accidents.
Toby is the second engine to get pushed onto the Tipper's Loading Ramp. The first was Percy.
First appearances of Daisy since Season 4's "Bulls Eyes", Derek since Season 5's "Double Teething Troubles", and Rusty's small model form since Season 5's "Rusty & The Boulder" (not to mention Rusty's first appearance since Season 7).
Picture of the airport:
Premiered in Canada's Sprockets film festival on April 30, May 1, May 7, and May 8 in 2005.
Tidmouth Shed now has 7 spaces.
The first promo pic:
DVD cover art:
Running time: 55 minutes
Book cover illustration:
Direct to VHS & DVD.
A new airport features, named Sodor Airport, with the addition of new aeroplanes being introduced; one marked in blue and another marked in green.
Thomas has an accident with paint. A Take Along model of the scrape is currently available. Picture here: http://www.ttstation.com/images/takealong/76115.gif
Thomas with Annie & Clarabel
Bill & Ben
'Arry & Bert
Sodor Fire Trucks
On the DVD are songs and interactive special features.
The title is a possible take on the song "Calling All Angels" by the band "Train" or "Calling All Stations" by the band "Genesis".
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