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"Three cheers for Thomas, the number one engine!"
"But I still won the race!
"
— The children and Bertie cheering for Thomas
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Three Cheers for Thomas/
Hooray for Thomas
Director(s)

David Mitton

Producer(s)

Phil Fehrle

Writer(s)

Jan Page

Narrator

Michael Angelis
(UK)
Michael Brandon
(US)

Air date

November 10th,
2003 (UK)
November 16th,
2004 (AUS)
November 20th,
2004 (US)

Previous episode

Trusty Rusty

Next episode

Thomas and
the Tuba

Three Cheers for Thomas, retitled Hooray for Thomas in American releases, is the twenty-sixth episode of the seventh season.

Plot

It's the annual Sports Day and Bertie challenges Thomas to a race to the venue. Thomas manages to stay in front until the Fat Controller asks Thomas to get the medals for him - they have been left in his office. As a "thank you" for collecting all the medals, Thomas gets a medal all to himself.

Characters

Locations

Trivia

Goofs

  • After Thomas stops to pick up passengers, his siderods change position.
  • In the rear shot of Trevor, the left wheels of his cart are not moving.
  • Percy said he was taking the Fat Controller to the sports day, but when Thomas was stopped, the Fat Controller is seen in his car.
  • Thomas and Bertie should have known better than to have another race.
  • As Thomas races through Dryaw, a strange white object (presumably a film glitch) is seen as he goes off screen.
  • When all the children surround Bertie, his right eye wonky.
  • Because stock footage is used, James is pulling coaches in one scene, but a few scenes later, he is pulling a goods train.
  • Thomas is racing Bertie to the station where Sports Day is being held, but for some reason Bertie races to Wellsworth instead.
  • In the episode, there is a water tower right next to the shed that Thomas, Percy, and Bertie were at, but in a deleted scene with Harvey, the water has moved up and moved to the other side of the tracks.
  • In Michael Angelis' remastered narration, when Thomas is given his medal, Percy's whistle sound is heard, but he is nowhere to be seen.
  • Because stock footage is used, a close-up of Sir Topham Hatt is at Maithwaite.

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