Thomas & Friends (series 7)

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Thomas & Friends (series 7)
Thomas and Friends DVD Cover - Series 7.jpg
DVD cover art
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of episodes 26
Release
Original network CITV
Original release 6 October (2003-10-06) –
10 November 2003 (2003-11-10)
Series chronology
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List of Thomas & Friends episodes

Thomas & Friends is a children's television series about the engines and other characters working on the railways of the Island of Sodor, and is based on The Railway Series books written by the Rev. W. Awdry.

This article lists and details episodes from the seventh season of this series, which was first broadcast between October 31 December 2003. This season is narrated by Michael Angelis, although Michael Brandon narrated the episodes for American audiences. Michael Angelis later re-narrated 4 episodes for U.S. audiences.

Episodes[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
UK title (top)
Main title (middle)
US title (bottom)
Directed by Written by Original air date
157 1 "Emily's New Coaches" David Mitton Jan Page 6 October 2003 (2003-10-06) (UK)
(Micheal Angelis' US narration)
(Michael Brandon's narration)
A new engine named Emily arrives and unintentionally steals Annie and Clarabel. This makes Thomas cross, and he and the other engines make Emily feel rather unwelcome.
158 2 "Percy Gets It Right" David Mitton Paul Larson 7 October 2003 (2003-10-07)
Percy warns everyone that a landslide might occur, but everyone is too busy to listen to him. However, Thomas is the victim of his ignorance as he passes that spot.
159 3 "Bill, Ben and Fergus" David Mitton Brian Trueman 8 October 2003 (2003-10-08)
Fergus tries to help Bill and Ben at the quarry, but they find him bossy. They ignore his warning to take care with the noisy rock crusher, which leads to a rockslide.
160 4 "The Old Bridge"
"The Old Iron Bridge"
David Mitton Paul Larson 9 October 2003 (2003-10-09)
Skarloey nearly falls off a wooden bridge, scaring him from passing it again. Rheneas takes over his duty to cross it, but he has to pluck up courage when his friend is in danger.
161 5 "Edward's Brass Band" David Mitton Robyn Charteris 10 October 2003 (2003-10-10)
An accident prevents Edward from getting to take the brass band. But when he is finally repaired, Bertie (his substitute) gets stuck in the mud.
162 6 "What's the Matter with Henry?" David Mitton George Tarry 13 October 2003 (2003-10-13)
Thomas and Percy do not believe that Henry is really feeling ill today. Luckily, Emily cares for her friend and helps solve what is hurting him.
163 7 "James and the Queen of Sodor" David Mitton Paul Larson 14 October 2003 (2003-10-14)
Boastful James takes the opportunity to be grand by taking the "Queen of Sodor". But it turns out that this queen is in fact the name of a smelly barge.
164 8 "The Refreshment Lady's Tea Shop"
"The Refreshment Lady's Stand"
David Mitton James Mason 15 October 2003 (2003-10-15)
Peter Sam is given the assignment of helping the Refreshment Lady choose a new location for a stand of the tea shop of the room. But she only wishes to have a stand in each place.
165 9 "The Spotless Record" David Mitton Paul Larson 16 October 2003 (2003-10-16) (UK)
(Angelis' US narration)
(Brandon's narration)
Thomas plays a trick on Arthur, who has never been naughty or in an accident, by telling him to keep the trucks in order. But the trucks – and Thomas – ruin his spotless record.
166 10 "Toby's Windmill"
"Toby and the Windmill"
David Mitton Jan Page 17 October 2003 (2003-10-17)
Toby accidentally causes trouble at his favourite windmill. To make matters worse, a storm destroys it. Toby wants to make up for his mistake by fixing it.
167 11 "A Bad Day at Castle Loch" David Mitton Jenny McDade 20 October 2003 (2003-10-20)
While Donald and Douglas are pleased about Lord Callan's castle reopening, they are not too excited when they encounter something spooky that night during a trip.
168 12 "Rheneas and the Roller Coaster" David Mitton James Mason 21 October 2003 (2003-10-21)
Rheneas wants to show the children a really special sight, but does not think anything around is good enough. Meanwhile, he stumbles onto a twisty and unsafe track.
169 13 "Salty's Stormy Tale" David Mitton Polly Churchill 22 October 2003 (2003-10-22)
Salty is hurt when he hears Thomas and Percy making fun of him. But that night, being the clever diesel he is, he stops what could have been a terrible shipwreck.
170 14 "Snow Engine"
"Oliver the Snow Engine"
David Mitton Jenny McDade 23 October 2003 (2003-10-23)
Oliver detests snow, but Toad likes it. Oliver's grumpy mood leads him straight into being the new face of a snowman. He has to now spend the night in the stuff.
171 15 "Something Fishy" David Mitton Paul Larson 24 October 2003 (2003-10-24)
Arthur is disappointed when the new line at the Fishing Village is given to Thomas – who hates fish. But Thomas's attitude leaves him in a mess only Arthur can help with.
172 16 "The Runaway Elephant" David Mitton George Tarry 27 October 2003 (2003-10-27)
Duncan wants to finish first, and ignores instructions to go slowly with the elephant statue. He regrets leaving without the brake van when the statue pulls him along the line.
173 17 "Peace and Quiet" David Mitton Paul Larson 28 October 2003 (2003-10-28) (UK)
(Angelis' US narration)
(Brandon's narration)
New engine Murdoch only wants some peace and quiet, which is something that is hard to find on a railway. The next day, he runs into a flock of noisy sheep on the line.
174 18 "Fergus Breaks the Rules"
"Thomas and the Search for Fergus"
David Mitton Jan Page 29 October 2003 (2003-10-29)
Diesel tricks Fergus into going to a new job at the Smelter's, even though he is considered the pride of the Cement Works. But Fergus wants to follow the rules at any price.
175 19 "Bulgy Rides Again" David Mitton Brian Trueman 30 October 2003 (2003-10-30)
Bulgy is given a second chance at being a bus, but the hens still want him as their henhouse. They sneak back on board and cause trouble the next day.
176 20 "Harold and the Flying Horse" David Mitton Robin Kingsland 31 October 2003 (2003-10-31)
As Harold is on duty, Percy hears a story about Pegasus, the flying horse that will give rides at the fete. Percy and Harold both see the horse and help the fete when the horse gets stuck in a ditch.
177 21 "The Grand Opening" David Mitton James Mason 3 November 2003 (2003-11-03)
Skarloey is upset about being late. Meanwhile, the hot air balloon Sir Topham Hatt is on loses air. Luckily, Skarloey spots them and helps on his way to the grand opening.
178 22 "Best Dressed Engine" David Mitton Polly Churchill 4 November 2003 (2003-11-04)
Gordon scoffs as the other engines decorate themselves for May Day. But Gordon's cross mood leaves him with a banner strung across his boiler by mistake, causing trouble on his journey.
179 23 "Gordon and Spencer" David Mitton Lee Pressman 5 November 2003 (2003-11-05) (UK)
(Angelis' US narration)
(Brandon's narration)
Gordon is jealous of Spencer, the world's fastest steam engine. But Spencer runs out of water on Gordon's Hill, making him the one in disgrace.
180 24 "Not So Hasty Puddings"
"Not So Hasty Cakes"
"Thomas and the Avalanche"
David Mitton Robyn Charteris 6 November 2003 (2003-11-06)
Thomas is jealous when Elizabeth is given the task of shipping Christmas puddings. But she slips on the icy roads, so Thomas has to help after all.
181 25 "Trusty Rusty" David Mitton James Mason 7 November 2003 (2003-11-07)
Duncan ignores Rusty's warning about the old wooden bridge... for being "only a diesel", but he runs out of coal on the bridge just as it starts to fall.
182 26 "Three Cheers for Thomas"
"Hooray for Thomas"
David Mitton Jan Page 10 November 2003 (2003-11-10)
To feel important, Thomas agrees to race Bertie. But during his competition, the load of medals for the children's competition needs to be delivered, and Thomas needs to do this job.

Characters[edit]

Introduced[edit]

  • Emily (Emily's New Coaches)
  • Fergus (Bill, Ben and Fergus)
  • Arthur (The Spotless Record, Properly)
  • Murdoch (Peace and Quiet, Properly)
  • Spencer (Gordon and Spencer, Properly)
  • Lord Callan (A Bad Day at Castle Loch)
  • Sodor Brass Band (Edward's Brass Band)
  • The Miller (Toby's Windmill)
  • The Duke and Duchess of Boxford (Gordon and Spencer)
  • Pegasus the Cart Horse (Harold and the Flying Horse)
  • Sir Topham Hatt’s Cat (Snow Engine)

Returning characters cast[edit]

References[edit]