Here as promised, both for SiF and channel veiwers is a HQ Version of the Original Thomas and the Magic Railroad 1999 Theatrical UK Trailer.
Thanks to the following people... ProjectDeadPictures (For showing the Batman Video it was on) Teresa, at my school for helping me Transfer it to DVD And TroublesomeTruck who has accepted this for the MRR Minisite!
After many years of long searching, it was finally found, originally on ProjectDeadPictures's Channel on the UK "Batman of the Future" VHS "School Dayz", I bought it version on Amazon and it had this trailer included!
The Trailer includes the original voice-cast.
Before Edward Glenn took the role of Thomas and Neil Crone as Diesel 10 the original voices where Isle of Mann Fire-fighter John Bellis and Actor Keith Scott, who were removed from the film after complaints from US Test Audiences, they were lucky to be still part of the film on this trailer, The Original voices for Splatter and Dodge are Patrick Breen.
The Trailer also includes some Deleted/Alternative scenes.
1. An alternative close-up of Mr Conductor shouting "All Aboard!" 2.When D10 rushes past Thomas and Gordon, Gordon is still wearing his grumpy face. 3. When D10 falls from the viaduct PT Boomer is nowhere to be seen, strangely he was added in to the US, German, Australia and later UK Versions of the final Trailer, Japan however cut him out. 4. Thomas crosses the broken viaduct rail with no close up. 5.There is a shot of Lilly laughing . 6. A close up of Mr Conductor blowing his whistle.
I am proud to have found this, and most of the credit must go to ProjectDeadPictures for showing the video it was on and to Teresa from my School for transferring it to DVD.
From the start this was shown on the UK Thomas and the Magic Railroad Website that you can still visit thanks to Web Archive...
Hope you enjoy this retro tip down memory Lane! :D
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