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Gordon and Ferdinand is the first episode of the fifteenth season.
The Fat Controller wants to give the Logging Locos a treat for being really useful. Ferdinand's treat is to share Gordon's special, taking the Lion of Sodor from Knapford to the Duke and Duchess' summer house for the summer. Gordon is less than pleased to be sharing his special with funny, frumpy Ferdinand.
When Gordon and Ferdinand reach the junction, Gordon decides to take the quiet track to the summer house so that no one sees him working with Ferdinand. But a little further up the line, Gordon comes across some workmen repairing the tracks and has to wait. To Gordon's envy, the workmen cheer for Ferdinand. At the next junction, Gordon decides to take the track through Maron to avoid being seen. However, at Maron there are lots of people including Dowager Hatt and some children who admire Ferdinand, but not Gordon.
Next, Gordon has another idea and takes the rickety old Fenland Track. Ferdinand is worried and tells Gordon to slow down, but his pleas are ignored. Gordon soon regrets not listening when he goes over a bump and the Lion of Sodor flies off the flatbed and into the muddy marsh. Gordon realises that he needs Ferdinand's help, so the Logging Loco goes to fetch Rocky. The statue is filthy, so the two engines take it to the Steamworks where Victor soon has it sparkling again.
Now Gordon has yet another plan; he wants to pull the magnificent statue along all of the busy tracks. He also decides that Ferdinand deserves to be the front engine. When the two engines arrive at the summerhouse, the Duke admires Ferdinand and asks what his name is. Gordon proudly announces that the engine's name is Ferdinand - his new good friend.
- Bash and Dash
- Sir Topham Hatt
- Dowager Hatt
- The Duke of Boxford
- The Schoolchildren
- The Duchess of Boxford (does not speak)
- Henry (cameo)
- James (cameo)
- Rosie (cameo)
- Salty (cameo)
- Annie and Clarabel (cameo)
- Bertie (cameo)
- Kevin (cameo)
- Cranky (cameo)
- Sodor Brass Band (cameo)
- The Bargeman (cameo)
- The Teacher (cameo)
- A Tree Specialist (cameo)
- Island of Sodor
- Brendam Docks
- Sodor Shipping Company
- M.C. BUNN
- Sodor Steamworks
- Kirk Ronan Junction
- The Fenland Track
- The Duke and Duchess of Boxford's Summer House
- Sodor Dairy
- The Windmill
- Whiff's Waste Dump
- McColl Farm
- Misty Island
- The Logging Station
- Stock footage from Toby's New Whistle, O the Indignity, an edited stock footage of Misty Island Rescue and a deleted scene of O the Indignity is used.
- When originally broadcasted in the UK, the colour contrast made the picture very bright.
- The first episode narrated by Dan Shatzberg in Israel.
- In both narrations, Bash and Dash's voices are switched at the beginning.
- The sign used to warn of track repairs is actually a UK roadwork sign.
- In the US credits, Gordon's name is spelt "Gordan".
- Because stock footage is used, in the first shot of the Logging Locos, they are in their dirty condition before their restoration.
- When Gordon brakes at the Fenland track, his bogey wheels spark, but they are not fitted with brakes.
In Other Languages
|Finnish||Jori ja Ferdinand||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Japanese||ゴードンとファーディナンド||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Norwegian||Gordon og Ferdinand||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Polish||Gabryś i Ferdynand||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|German||Gordon und Ferdinand||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Hebrew||גורדון ופרדיננד||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|French||Gordon et Ferdinand||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Italian||Gordon e Ferdinand||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Russian||Гордый Гордон||Proud Gordon|
|Chinese||高登和费迪南||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Korean||고든과 페르디난드||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Spanish||Gordon y Ferdinand||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Catalan||En Gordon i en Ferdinand||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Hungarian||Gordon és Ferdinánd||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Romanian||Gordon și Ferdinand||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Czech||Gordon a Ferdinand||Gordon and Ferdinand|
|Thai||กอร์ดอนกับเฟอร์ดินันด์||Gordon and Ferdinand|
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