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Thomas and His Friends Help Out, re-released as Friends Help Out in 2009, is a US VHS/DVD featuring five first season episodes, three second season episodes, and three third season episodes narrated by George Carlin. It was distributed by Video Treasures in 1996 and Anchor Bay Entertainment in 2002 and released on DVD in 2003.

DescriptionEdit

VHSEdit

Thomas, Gordon, Sir Topham Hatt, and the rest of the gang have learned many lessons about lending a helping hand. They have selected their favorite stories to create this special "best of" collection - all about helping.

Hop on board as a heavy snowfall strands the villagers-and Harold, Terence, Thomas, and Percy come to the rescue. Watch as Percy brings Annie and Clarabel home safely through a thunderstorm, and cheer on James as he tries his best to pull a very long train.

DVDEdit

According to Sir Topham Hatt, "Helping out is one of the best ways to show that you're a "Really Useful Engine". That's why it's so important for Thomas to race to the rescue when one of his friends needs a "helping hand", or in Thomas' case, a "helping buffer". This special collection of stories highlights your Sodor friends proving that sometimes friendship is stronger than fear as they help out those in need. Remember when Trevor was nearly scrapped? Cheer on Thomas, Harold, and Percy as they rescue villagers from a heavy snowfall, and find out what does happen at the mine. All aboard for non-stop DVD fun and excitement!

EpisodesEdit

  1. Edward Helps Out
  2. Foolish Freight Cars
  3. Thomas, Percy and the Mail Train
  4. Thomas Breaks the Rules
  5. Down the Mine
  6. Percy's Promise
  7. Trouble in the Shed
  8. Donald and Douglas
  9. Saved from Scrap
  10. Bertie's Chase
  11. Thomas and Percy's Mountain Adventure

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