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Peep Peep Party is a UK VHS/DVD featuring six fifth season episodes and one third season episode narrated by Michael Angelis, two first season episodes (one episode on VHS) narrated by Ringo Starr, and two songs.

Description

2000 VHS

Join Thomas, the mischievous little engine, in this packed video which includes 6 BRAND NEW stories and 2 BRAND NEW songs for the first time ever on video. As an extra special gift we have included two fun-filled Christmas episodes which will guarantee endless fun and frolics with Thomas and his friends.

2000 DVD

Join Thomas, the mischievous little engine, in this packed FIRST EVER DVD which includes 6 BRAND NEW stories and 2 BRAND NEW songs never released before.

As an extra special gift we have included the first ever Thomas episode as well as two fun-filled Christmas episodes which will guarantee endless fun and frolics with Thomas and his friends.

This exciting DVD also includes interactive educational games which will provide children with lots of amusement.

2008 Carry-case DVD

Join Thomas, the mischievous little engine, in this action packed DVD which includes 6 stories and 2 songs.

As an extra special gift we have included the first ever Thomas episode as well as two fun-filled Christmas episodes which will guarantee endless fun and frolics with Thomas and his friends.

This exciting DVD also includes interactive educational games which will provide children with lots of amusement.

Episodes

  1. Lady Hatt's Birthday Party
  2. Baa!*
  3. Double Teething Troubles
  4. Thomas, Percy and Old Slowcoach*
  5. Happy Ever After
  6. Busy Going Backwards
  7. Thomas and Gordon (DVD only)
  8. Thomas' Christmas Party
  9. Thomas and Percy's Christmas Adventure

* Followed by a song on VHS.

Songs

  1. Night Train (Separate from the main feature on DVD)
  2. Donald's Duck (Separate from the main feature on DVD)

Bonus Features

  • Quiz Questions
  • What Sound Do I Make?
  • How Many Animals on Screen?

Trivia

  • This was the first Thomas and Friends DVD released.
  • In the menu selections, instrumental music from the episodes is played in every selection with the sounds being heard.
    • The first episode selection plays instrumental music of William Tell Overture from Busy Going Backwards.
    • The second episode selection plays sped up instrumental music from Lady Hatt's Birthday Party when Thomas takes Sir Topham Hatt to the station twice.
    • The third episode selection plays Gordon's Season 1 theme from Thomas and Gordon in the third selection.
    • The game selection plays music from Thomas and Percy's Christmas Adventure when Percy takes the mail.
    • How Many Animals on Screen? plays Percy's Season 5 theme from Happy Ever After.
    • The Sing-Along selection plays Thomas' Branchline Christmas theme from Thomas' Christmas Party.
  • When you pick an episode from the episode selection, it goes to the quiz game after the episode ends and ask 3 question of the episode you choose.
  • This is the first and only time that a Thomas & Friends DVD was released under The Britt Allcroft Company.

Goofs

  • On the back cover of the carry-case release, Phil Fehrle was credited as producer when he was not involved in the show prior to the sixth season.
  • At the end of Lady Hatt's Birthday Party on the VHS version, the copyright dates accidentally read 1984 instead of 1998.
  • Michael Angelis isn't listed as the narrator in the opening of the Season 5 episodes.
  • In the back cover of the Carry-case DVD, Ringo Starr isn't listed as one of the storytellers.
  • In a Quiz Game, a question said, "How did Old Slow Coach Become a Really Useful Engine?", but she is actually a coach.

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