Saturday, September 19, 2020

Thomas and the Magic Railroad (20th Anniversary Edition) Blu-ray - Available 9/29! #Giveaway Ends 10/2/20! #Sponsored

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The beloved fan-favorite Thomas And The Magic Railroad (20th Anniversary Edition) is coming to Blu-ray + DVD on September 29 from Shout! Kids, marking the first time the film will be available in high definition. The release is packed with extensive special features, sure to thrill fans who have long clamored for the film’s deleted scenes to be released. The list of special features includes new interviews with the film’s stars Alec Baldwin, Mara Wilson, and Didi Conn as well as the film’s composer Hummie Mann, a two-part documentary with writer/director/producer Britt Allcroft, a behind-the-scenes reel, and deleted storylines and lost scenes, including deleted scenes with Peter Fonda, Didi Conn, Russell Means, and Doug Lennox.

Starring Alec Baldwin (The Boss Baby, 30 Rock), Mara Wilson (Mrs. Doubtfire, Matilda), Peter Fonda (Easy Rider, Ulee’s Gold), Didi Conn (Grease, Shining Time Station), Russell Means (Last of the Mohicans, Pocahontas), and of course Thomas the Tank Engine, Thomas and the Magic Railroad is a longtime family-favorite. You can find this release at major retailers nationwide in addition to online at Amazon nationwide.

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  1. My favorite movie growing up was the animated Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. I wanted a library like Belle had.
    Sarah Bradley

  2. The Smurfs was huge when I was growing up.

  3. My favorite movie growing up was The Wizzard of Oz.
    Thank you!

  4. My favorite movie when I was a kid was Beauty and the Beast

  5. I loved the little mermaid! :D


  6. I loved Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.