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Percy's Ghostly Trick and Other Thomas Stories retitled Percy's Ghostly Trick is a US VHS/DVD featuring two second season episodes and four third season episodes narrated by George Carlin and a song. It was presented by Quality Family Entertainment and distributed by Video Treasures in 1994 (for Strand Home Video) and Anchor Bay Entertainment in 1996, 2003 and on DVD in 2007 and again in 2008.

Description

1994 VHS

PEEP! PEEP! All aboard for ghostly adventures as Percy has Thomas thinking he's just seen a ghost! But on their next escapade, the tables turn, when Percy puffs away into a giant pile of hay! Meet Oliver who soon learns that trucks can be troublesome and helps Donald and Douglas rescue Thomas, the cheeky, mischievous engine. So join volume eleven's festivities with Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends, where there are laughs and surprises around each bend.

1996 VHS

PEEP! PEEP! All aboard for ghostly adventures as Percy has Thomas thinking he's just seen a ghost! But on their next escapade, the tables turn, when Percy puffs away into a giant pile of hay! Meet Oliver who soon learns that trucks can be troublesome and helps Donald and Douglas rescue Thomas, the cheeky, mischievous engine.

So join in the festivities with Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends, where there are laughs and surprises around each bend!

2007 DVD

PEEP! PEEP! All aboard for ghostly adventures as Percy has Thomas thinking he's just seen a ghost! But on their next escapade, the tables turn when Percy puffs away into a giant pile of hay! Oliver learns that trucks can be troublesome and helps Donald and Douglas rescue Thomas, the cheeky, mischievous engine.

So join in the festivities with Thomas & Friends, where there are laughs and surprises around each bend!

2008 DVD

All aboard for ghostly adventures as Percy has Thomas thinking he's just seen a ghost! But on their next escapade, the tables turn when Percy puffs away into a giant pile of hay! So join in the festivities with Thomas & Friends, where there are laughs and surprises around each bend!

Episodes

  1. Percy's Ghostly Trick
  2. Woolly Bear
  3. Thomas and Percy's Mountain Adventure
  4. Escape
  5. Oliver Owns Up
  6. All at Sea

Song

Bonus features

VHS

DVD

Trivia

  • This was the first VHS to include a music video, and one of few releases to have the music video at the beginning rather than the end.
  • On the front cover of the 1994, 1996, and 2007 releases, an image from A Scarf for Percy is used. The back cover of the 1994 VHS uses an image from Henry's Forest.
  • On the back cover of the 1996 release and the front cover of the DVD release, the image of Oliver and Toad is mirrored.
  • Audio overlapping is heard on the original Strand Home Video release in 1994, which restores the final music cue heard during Thomas and Percy's Mountain Adventure. The Strand Home Video version under the 1996 Anchor Bay re-release has the audio fixed.
  • The 1995 Video Treasures release feature Lubalin Graph Regular title cards. The title sequence is fixed as "Percy's Ghostly Trick & Other Thomas Stories", an extra name board sequence is added after the music video, and the credits are changed.
  • Some copies of the 1996 tape contain the original 1994 master.
  • The packaging of the 2008 release glows in the dark.
  • This was Anchor Bay's last DVD to feature Sir Topham Hatt narrating the menus, as well as the last DVD to list the episodes on the back cover.

Goofs

  • The description references Thomas and the Missing Christmas Tree, but that episode is not on the release.
  • The music in Woolly Bear is warped.
  • The subtitles misspell Sir Topham Hatt's name as "Sir Topham Hat."
  • In some releases the subtitles in Thomas' Anthem, Escape and Oliver Owns Up often misspell Duck's name to Doc or Dock.
  • The credits misspell Shining Time Station as "Shinning Time Station".
  • In the 1995 ending credits, Junior Campbell was credited as an editor.
  • On the back cover of the 1996 release, most of the episodes are listed out of order.
  • Some of the 1996 Anchor Bay tapes feature the Strand Home Video logo instead of the Video Treasures logo.
  • At the end of the 1995 credits, the "Britt Allcroft presents" logo is presented instead of "A Britt Allcroft production".

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