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Thomas Gets Bumped and Other Stories, later retitled Thomas Gets Bumped and Other Adventures, is a US and Canadian VHS/DVD featuring one second series episode and six third series episodes narrated by George Carlin. It was distributed in 1992 by Strand Home Video in the US and HGV Home Video in Canada, Time-Life in 1994, and Anchor Bay Entertainment in 1995 and 2003. The DVD version was released by Anchor Bay in 2006 with a song included. It was re-released on DVD in 2009 by Lionsgate in the US and by Maple Pictures in Canada.
PEEP-PEEP! Join all your friends - Edward, Gordon, Percy, and Thomas for exciting new escapades on the Island of Sodor! Everyone's excited when an important engine visits the yard, Harold thinks he can deliver the mail better than Thomas and Percy, and Edward and Trevor prove that despite being older, they are Really Useful!
Come along, visit your friends, and make some new ones with Thomas the Tank Engine in Volume 7!
PEEP! PEEP! Join Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends on the Island of Sodor. Bertie helps out while Thomas eagerly awaits for new rails to be laid on his branch line. Harold thinks he can deliver the mail better than Thomas and Percy and everyone's excited when an important engine visits the railyard.
We better get started - Thomas, Harold, Percy and the rest of the gang are waiting!
2003 VHS/2006/2009 DVD
PEEP! PEEP! There are many questions floating around the engine shed in Sir Topham Hatt's train yard.
"Why is Harold carrying the mail instead of Percy?"
"Who is the Famous Visitor and why isn't Gordon excited about it?"
"Why is Bertie carrying Thomas' passengers?"
Find out the answers to these and many other questions on this video starring everyone's favorite #1 engine Thomas.
- Thomas Gets Bumped
- Edward, Trevor and the Really Useful Party
- Diesel Does it Again
- Gordon and the Famous Visitor
- Donald's Duck
- Percy and the Signal
- Thomas, Percy and the Mail Train
Song (DVD only)
- Character Cube from Thomas and the Jet Engine
- Read-Along Story - Thomas Tells a Lie from Percy's Chocolate Crunch
- "Which Island Picture is Different?" game from James and the Red Balloon
- A cassette tape was included with some 2003 VHS releases. It featured the following songs:
- This is the first VHS to feature the Strand Home Video logo on the tape.
- The soundtrack echoes on two versions of the American release from Strand Home Video, both the 1995 and 2003 Anchor Bay Entertainment VHS releases and the DVD. The audio for Thomas, Percy and the Mail Train and the nameboard sequences before it were fixed on the DVD, while the audio for the other episodes remained unfixed. Due to the overlapping audio, certain music pieces not present in the US version of some episodes were restored, including Trevor's theme at the beginning of Edward, Trevor and the Really Useful Party and a cut portion of a music bit from Gordon and the Famous Visitor.
- The 1992 VHS does not feature the FBI Warning Screen until Thomas and the Special Letter and Other Stories.
- The front covers of the 1992, 1994 and 1995 releases feature an image from The Runaway.
- The 1992 Canadian VHS release has a HGV Home Video sticker over the Strand Home Video distribution text and address.
- The 1994 Time-Life VHS Release features different title cards and the end credits are change.
- Some of the 1995 Anchor Bay Entertainment tapes would feature only the Britt Allcroft logo instead of the Video Treasures logo.
- The 2003 VHS uses the title "Thomas Gets Bumped & Other Adventures" on the front cover, but the VHS spine, top, and tape ink label use the title "Thomas Gets Bumped & Other Stories."
- The image of Harold on the 2003/2006 cover is the same as the one used for the Spills and Chills and Other Thomas Thrills cover.
- The credits were later reused for Thomas and His Friends Get Along.
- The echoed 1992 release, and the 1995 Anchor Bay Entertainment release is missing the Strand Home Video and Video Treasures logos and the 1983 Embassy Home Entertainment warning screen and goes straight to the Britt Allcroft logo.
- The 1994 Time-Life release for the end credits says that the Film was completely made in 1991, but this release also features one 2nd Series episode that was made in 1986 which was due to an error on Time-Life Video's part. The original prints does not feature this error.
- On the 2006 DVD release during the Series 3 intro, it plays a bit of the closing theme audio for a few seconds as the audio was taken from Thomas Comes to Breakfast, before reverting back to the opening theme audio.
- On the 1999 tape label, Britt Allcroft's name is misspelled "Beth Allcroft."
- On the front cover of the 2003 VHS/2006 DVD Thomas' eyes are a bit wonky.