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Thomas and the Magic Railroad (14-Jul-2000)

Director: Britt Allcroft

Writer: Britt Allcroft

Based on a book by: Rev. W. Awdry

Music by: Hummie Mann

Producers: Britt Allcroft; Phil Fehrle

Keywords: Juvenile, Train

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alec Baldwin
Actor
3-Apr-1958   A Baldwin Brother
Didi Conn
Actor
13-Jul-1951   Denise on Benson
Colm Feore
Actor
22-Aug-1958   Trudeau
Peter Fonda
Actor
23-Feb-1940   Easy Rider
Russell Means
Activist
10-Nov-1939 22-Oct-2012 American Indian Movement
Mara Wilson
Actor
24-Jul-1987   Matilda

CAST

Peter Fonda   ...   Burnett Stone
Mara Wilson   ...   Lily
Alec Baldwin   ...   Mr. Conductor
And
Thomas the Tank Engine   ...   Himself
also starring
Didi Conn   ...   Stacy
Michael E. Rodgers   ...   Mr. C. Junior
Cody McMains   ...   Patch
Russell Means   ...   Billy Twofeathers
Jared Wall   ...   Young Burnett
Laura Bower   ...   Young Tasha
Lori Hallier   ...   Lily's Mother
The Trains
Eddie Glen   ...   Thomas (voice)
Neil Crone   ...   Diesel 10 (voice)
Colm Feore   ...   Toby (voice)
Linda Ballantyne   ...   Percy (voice)
Neil Crone   ...   Splatter (voice)
Kevin Frank   ...   Dodge (voice)
Susan Roman   ...   James (voice)
Kevin Frank   ...   Henry (voice)
Neil Crone   ...   Gordon (voice)
Kevin Frank   ...   Bertie (voice)
Kevin Frank   ...   Harold (voice)
Shelley Elizabeth Skinner   ...   Annie & Clarabel (voice)
Britt Allcroft   ...   Lady (voice)

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