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“What did you do that for?"
"Make that noise."
"I was trying to sing in that way you two sing.”
―Lorenzo and Thomas

Too Loud, Thomas! is the nineteenth episode of the twenty-third series.


Thomas wants to perform opera like Lorenzo and Beppe but finds it a lot more difficult than he first thought. Unfortunately, his attempts accidentally lead to him losing his voice just as he has a message to deliver.





US and CAN

  • Joseph May as Thomas
  • Vincenzo Nicoli as Lorenzo and Beppe
  • Anna Francolini as Gina
  • Antonio Magro as Stefano, the Washdown Workers, the Italian Farmer and the Passengers
  • Flaminia Cinque as Ester
  • Montserrat Lombard as Mia and a Passenger


  • This is the first episode where all the Italian characters appear.
  • At one point, Thomas breaks the fourth wall when his singing shatters the "screen." This marks the first time in the Big World! Big Adventures! part of the franchise where he has done another fourth wall break besides talking to the viewers.
  • This episode marks the final appearance of Stefano.
  • John Hasler did not record any singing for the fantasy sequence, and Joseph May's audio was used in both dubs.
  • The fantasy sequence is a reference to the Italian opera, Pagliacci.
  • This is the last episode to have an exclamation mark in its title.
  • On the Nick Jr. US airing of this episode, it was paired with Lorenzo's Solo.
  • This episode and Lorenzo's Solo are the final episodes to date to have aired on the Nick Jr. Channel in the US, on 27th December 2019, before Nickelodeon lost the rights to air Thomas & Friends at the end of 2019.[1]


  • In the close-up of Lorenzo before Thomas starts shouting, Thomas is not beside Lorenzo.
  • When Thomas leaves Lorenzo and Beppe at the junction, we do not see the points switch for Thomas or Lorenzo.
  • After the fantasy sequence, the coal hopper behind the water tower disappears.
  • Antonio Magro is credited for voicing an "Archaeologist," however, none of them spoke. He was also uncredited for voicing the washdown workers.

In Other Languages

Language Title
Brazilian Portuguese Muito Alto, Thomas!
Dutch Te Luid, Thomas!
Estonian Liiga Vali Thomas
Finnish Liian Kovaa, Tuomas
German Zu laut, Thomas!
Indonesian Jangan Berisik, Thomas!
Italian Un Cantante... Mancalo!
Japanese オペラってむずかしい
Korean 너무 시끄러워, 토마스!
Latin American Spanish ¡Muy Alto, Thomas!
Latvian Pārāk Skaļais Tomass
Lithuanian Per Daug Triukšmingas Tomas
Polish Za Głośno, Tomku!
Russian Громкий Томас!
Spanish ¡Más Bajo, Thomas!

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