Thomas, Percy and the Dragon by Wilbert AwdryWilbert Vere Awdry, OBE, better known as the Rev. W. Awdry, was an English clergyman, railway enthusiast and childrens author, and creator of Thomas the Tank Engine, who starred in Awdrys acclaimed Railway Series.
The characters that would make Awdry famous, and the first stories featuring them, were invented in 1943 to amuse his son Christopher during a bout of measles. The first book (The Three Railway Engines) was published in 1945, and by the time Awdry stopped writing in 1972, The Railway Series numbered 26 books. Christopher subsequently added further books to the series.
Thomas, Percy and the Dragon
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This article lists and details episodes from the third series of the show, which was first broadcast in the United States in as part of Shining Time Station , and followed a year later in the United Kingdom. Some episodes in this series have 1 title: the original from the American titles are shown underneath. It was divided into 2 parts, one part having 16 episodes and the other having Producer Robert D. Cardona left before series 3, and Britt Allcroft took his place as co-producer alongside David Mitton. According to Robert Gauld-Galliers, "Gordon Goes Foreign" was originally planned to be filmed into an episode, but it was cancelled because of high budgets.
Holy Smoke--Percy thinks he sees a fire breathing dragon in the middle of the night--but it is just Thomas carrying some very special cargo to a carnival. Percy is sleeping when he hears a rumble. He opens his eyes and sees a giant yellow dragon! But dragons aren't real, are they? Maybe it was a dream!
THOMAS, PERCY AND THE DRAGON (Thomas the Tank Engine)
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Thomas, Percy and the Dragon is the seventh episode of the third series. Percy is still ribbing Thomas about the time he thought Percy was a ghost. Thomas pays no attention, pretending to have known it was him all the time and, the next morning, Thomas is asked to collect a special load from Knapford Harbour. Meanwhile, Percy is stuck in a siding while shunting and has to stay there for the night due to jammed points while waiting for Henry to pass. His driver and fireman go home for tea and Percy watches the other engines heading back to Tidmouth.