Monday, April 7, 2014

Thomas & Friends: Trouble on the Tracks DVD Review

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Start your engines for the most action-packed, never-before-seen adventures on the Island of Sodor with Thomas and his engine friends in the all-new Thomas & Friends: Trouble on the Tracks available exclusively at Walmart on DVD and available on Digital HD and Video on Demand April 8, 2014 from Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment.

These five, high-speed episodes challenge Thomas and his friends to be Really Useful Engines in every situation.  So grab your engineer’s cap and join the exciting fun with Thomas, Paxton, Salty, Henry and Toad in Thomas & Friends: Trouble on the Tracks.

Cinders and ashes…there's trouble on the tracks for Thomas and his friends! The Troublesome Trucks delight in causing chaos for Thomas, as Annie, Clarabel and Toad encounter unexpected high-speed adventures. Oily Diesel gives Paxton a fright, while Salty's spooky story has the engines running scared. All Aboard for fun and exciting escapades with Thomas & Friends!

Episodes Include:
·        “Thomas the Quarry Engine”
·        “Not So Slow Coaches”
·        “Flatbeds of Fear”
·        “Disappearing Diesels”
·        “Toad’s Adventure”

·        The Earl's Quiz
·        Guess Who? Puzzles

Rose watched this DVD with one of her cousins and they really enjoyed the episodes and they always have a blast with the bonus features! This would make a wonderful Easter basket addition or a birthday gift!

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