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[Thomas whistles and grabs Bertie's attention and they start racing]

Fisher-Price Thomas The Train Wooden Railway Bertie

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Thomas and Bertie is a U.K. DVD featuring six episodes narrated by .

Bertie the Bus challenges Thomas to a race to see who's the fastest. During the race, Thomas faces obstacles such as stations, signals and a slow start. Bertie, on the hand, has stops, traffic lights and level crossings. When it's all said and done, Thomas reaches the finish line and wins the race. Nonetheless, Thomas and Bertie become best friends and keep each other very busy.

Thomas and Bertie would like to race again, but the Fat Controller will not allow it and Bertie's passengers do not like being bounced about like peas.

Thomas and Bertie is a board book.

Thomas and Bertie/
Thomas and Bertie's Great Race
Director(s)

David Mitton

Producer(s)

Britt Allcroft
David Mitton
Robert D. Cardona

Writer(s)

Reverend W. Awdry
(original)
Britt Allcroft
David Mitton (adapted)

Narrator

Ringo Starr (UK/US)
George Carlin (US)

Air date

October 20th
1984 (UK)
1989 (US)

Previous episode

Thomas, Terenceand the Snow/
Terence the Tractor

Next episode

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Thomas and Bertie - Thomas the Tank Engine Wikia - Wikia

The two friends often talk about their race, but Bertie's passengers do not like to be bounced like peas in a frying pan, and warns Thomas not to race at dangerous speeds. Although it doesn't seem likely the two will ever race again, secretly Thomas and Bertie would like to again some day.

The two friends often talk about their race, but Bertie's passengers do not like to be bounced like peas in a frying pan, and warns Thomas not to race at dangerous speeds. Although it doesn't seem likely the two will ever race again, secretly Thomas and Bertie would like to again some day.