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| The Gallant Old Engine|
and other Thomas stories/
Henry and the Elephant
The Gallant Old Engine and Other Thomas Stories, later renamed Henry and the Elephant, is a US VHS/DVD release featuring six episodes from the fourth season which are narrated by George Carlin and one song. It was distributed by Video Treasures in 1996, Anchor Bay Entertainment in 2001, and re-released on DVD in 2008.
PEEP!-PEEP! All aboard for the Island of Sodor and new stories from Thomas and his friends. Watch as Stuart and Falcon help out when Duke isn't feeling well. See how Henry frees an elephant that's stuck in his tunnel and cheer on Rheneas as he carries his passengers home safely during a big storm. So join Thomas, Percy and all of your crew - they have loads of adventures waiting for you.
PEEP! PEEP! Everyone's favorite #1 engine is back with more exciting stories from the Island of Sodor. Meet Bulstrode the Barge and find out how, even with his bad temper, he turned out to be really useful. Join in on the trick Stuart plays on Duke, and see how an elephant leaves Henry all washed up. So make sure your ticket is stamped and don't miss the train for another fun-filled adventure with Thomas and Friends.
Everyone's favorite #1 engine is back with more exciting stories from the Island of Sodor. Join in on the trick Stuart plays on Duke and see how an elephant leaves Henry all washed up. So make sure your ticket is stamped and don't miss the train for another fun-filled adventure with Thomas and Friends.
- Henry and the Elephant
- You Can't Win
- Special Attraction
- Passengers and Polish
- Gallant Old Engine
- Coloring activity sheet
- Sir Topham Hatt's Scrapbook
- On the cover of the Henry and the Elephant release, one of Henry's lamp irons is missing.
- In the description, it says "...Join in on the trick Stuart plays on Duke...", but in the episode they're referencing, Duke is the one that played the trick.
- The 2001 cover has a mirrored image from Steam Roller, but that episode isn't on the video.
- Despite the name being changed, the title card on the DVD retains the old title.
- The DVD is mono, while the original VHS is in stereo.
- The credits from "Rusty to the Rescue & Other Stories" is used.