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As he leaves, he hears Spencer behind him and quickly hides in a siding covered with trees. As Thomas heads to Hiro's Hideout, Spencer appears, wondering why Thomas is not working on his Branch Line. The next day, Thomas and Percy go out to search for the missing mail coaches, under the Fat Controller's orders. Thomas makes it to Knapford Station, and the Stationmaster calls the Fat Controller, asking for him to come right away. Thomas heads over to Hiro to tell him the wonderful news, and the two engines are overjoyed. When Hiro is completed, all of the engines are there, and they are amazed at how wonderful Hiro looks. Rocky gets hooked up to Spencer, and as he pulls, Hiro pulls Rocky, and Spencer is soon free of the marsh. The Norwegian DVD cover states that the special is named "Dagens Helt", which means "Hero of the Day". In the Japanese version of the film, all of the images from Hiro's flashback of his home are replaced with footage of Hiro talking. The Sodor Oil Tankers' logo of the word OIL was replaced with a picture of an oil rig with oil coming out of it.
The arched bridge on the other side of Gordon's Hill is seen again for the first time since season eight. Spencer has his first two accidents (first getting covered in slate at the quarry, then landing cab first in a marsh).
In the scene where Spencer is staring at Emily, Thomas and Percy pass on the bridge with nothing behind them. In the first trailer, there is a scene where Victor says, "You've come to the right place, my friend". This special aired on PBS for Christmas in 2009 and on Nick Jr on October 27th, 2012 in the UK. The opening sequence is rendered in an art style strikingly similar to that of LNER posters. In the US trailer, Sir Topham Hatt says "We must help Hiro at once" while standing on the gantry of a signalbox. HiT originally planned to release the film on Blu-Ray, but the release was canceled for unknown reasons. HiT advertised that this was the first time the engines had their own voices, but this is not so, as they were individually voiced in Thomas and the Magic Railroad. The earliest Hiro could have been built and shipped to Sodor would be 1936; Thomas and Edward were on Sodor by 1915, making it impossible for Hiro to be the first engine on Sodor.
Spencer defies the laws of physics when he slows down on the hill to make fun of Percy and Thomas. When the Steamworks first appears, Mavis is seen outside, but seconds later, she is inside the Steamworks facing the opposite direction.
It would not have been safe for Thomas to go all the way to the Steaworks from Hiro's Hideout with bad brakes.
It is very unlikely that no crew members of any of the engines told Sir Topham Hatt about Hiro.
Thomas and the other engines should know very well that the Fat Controller would not scrap any steam engine. Near the end of the film during Thomas and Spencer's final race, the points were not switched, but Spencer is still able to change lines. Spencer defies the rail-traffic laws when he stops in the middle of the mainline, backs up, and switches tracks.
How did Sir Topham Hatt, the Duke, and Duchess not see Hiro, when they were in Gordon's train?
After Gordon and Spencer's race, Thomas, who had been once behind Gordon and facing the same way, somehow appears in front of him at the station. The narrator states that Hiro cared that Henry needed "Special Coal", despite the fact that Henry has not needed "Special Coal" since his rebuild in 1951.
Hiro's crew should have known better than to run him while he was in such poor condition, especially when he was missing a part as vital as the water injector. The narrator talks about Hiro's engine breaking down, but Hiro is a steam engine, and thus is the engine. When Edward speaks to Hiro in his second hiding spot, Hiro's green smoke deflector is on and the green lid for his piston cylinder is also back, but Hiro lost them in the chase with Spencer. Hiro's cylinder blocks should have been on his main body when he was reunited with his wheels. How does Emily get to Knapford station when she was probably off the rails after Spencer shot past her? Percy should have known that if he hid his mail trucks, the mail would be severely delayed. Percy should have been able to pull Thomas' load as well as his own, considering he did just that without difficulty in Thomas and the Golden Eagle; so it seems illogical he would pop a valve by pulling just one truck. Thomas leaves his load on the main line when he should have placed it into a siding out of the way. Thomas leaves his load with Percy at the Steamworks when he should have taken it to Farmer McColl before taking Percy to be repaired.
When Thomas visits Hiro after he leaves the summerhouse, Hiro has his dome, but it fell off when he was chased by Spencer. For some unknown reason, Lady Hatt is not seen with the Fat Controller and the Duke and the Duchess of Boxford when they are having their evening meal at the Hatt's home. In the UK version, the Duke of Boxford and Spencer call Sir Topham Hatt "the Fat Controller" when he is with them at Maithwaite. Brakevans should have been added to Thomas, Percy, Emily, Spencer, James, Edward, and Gordon's trains. From the chase with Spencer until Hiro's overhaul at the Steamworks, the golden stripes on Hiro's boiler disappear.


When Thomas explains to the Fat Controller that Hiro wants to go home, the clock at Knapford reads 4:20. When Thomas crashes into the potato trucks, a signal is in the middle of the track next to Thomas'. When Hiro pulls Spencer to the Steamworks, Hiro's number stops moving whilst Hiro keeps moving, so it appears to be sliding off. In several scenes, some of the characters are not rendered properly as they overlap the trucks. Diesel and two trucks, when he oils over the bridge as the narrator says, "Spencer watched Thomas' every wheel turn and piston pump".
Spencer's tender and the mail trucks, during the chase when the narrator says, "Spencer had never seen engine as old and strange as Hiro before". Gordon is huffy after being told to take a goods train and his fire is slow, so Edward comes to take him to the turntable.
Gordon is banned from pulling coaches and told to shunt trucks until he behaves, and he bosses the trucks about. Thomas teases Gordon for falling into a ditch, and carries on even after Annie and Clarabel rebuke him.
Queen Elizabeth II is coming to Sodor and Henry brags that he will be chosen to take the Royal Train, but these plans are soon put to rest when Henry disturbs a painter and a paintpot falls onto him.
In the seventh illustration of "Leaves", James has six coaches, in the next picture he has five.
In the first illustration of "Paint Pots and Queens" James is portrayed as a 4-6-0 wheel configuration and should Henry move forward, he would collide with the shed support pillar. I am glad to say, however, that Sir Topham Hatt has, quite kindly but very firmly, put them in their place.
Henry is called out to clear a blockage in his tunnel, but when he goes in, an elephant pushes him back out of the tunnel!
Gordon is in a bad mood and when he goes to be turned around for his next train he unbalances the turntable and has to take the train backwards.
The big engines finally see sense and agree to get their coaches ready, so the Fat Controller lets Thomas, Edward and Percy play on the branch line.
The central theme of this book reflects that, at the time of publishing, there were labour difficulties on British railways.
Henry has Gordon's buffers and blue paint in the second illustration of "Henry and the Elephant".
In the second illustration of "Tenders and Turntables", the stripe on Thomas' splasher disappears. In the fourth illustration of "Trouble in the Shed", Gordon has round buffers and a fully enclosed cab. The engines in the workshop are said to be tank engines, but a few are actually tender engines.
In the second illustration of "Percy Runs Away", part of Edward's tender is painted a lighter shade of blue.
In one illustration of "Percy Runs Away", a fire hydrant disappears from between two lines.
Percy's position on the points changes between the fourth and fifth illustrations of "Percy Runs Away". In the sixth and seventh illustrations of "Percy Runs Away", the sea can be seen on Percy's right, not his left as maps of Sodor indicate would be the case.
Turning Safe Search OFF may display content intended for mature audiences.You must be at least 18 years old to continue. Please enter at least one email addressYou are trying to send out more invites than you have remaining. All of the engines soon have similar experiences and gather at Knapford to figure out what is going on. Thomas tells them all about his race, and is about to mention Hiro when the Fat Controller arrives. Percy is nervous about Hiro at first, but when Hiro complements him, the two become fast friends.
Meanwhile, Spencer tries to harass Emily for information, but she tells him to go find out for himself.
Hiro mentions that James would be coming tomorrow, Percy comments on how he feels about James, sending Hiro laughing for the first time in years. The summer house is nowhere near done, Spencer has been wandering around the Island, the mail coaches still have not been found and Thomas is not working on his branch line. Just then, he finds Percy's mail coaches in a siding, and whistles loudly believing that Thomas had being hiding them. Thomas and Hiro quickly leave to find and help Spencer, who had been stranded where he is for some time. However, the narrator and the end credits state that the special is named "Skinnenes Helt", which means "Hero of the Rails".
In the trailers, however, the same scene is shown, but Thomas and Percy are pulling flatbeds full of engine parts. To add to that, Skarloey and Rheneas were already on Sodor by that time on the Skarloey Railway, and Duke was already on Sodor on the Mid Sodor Railway as well. Also, the water injector should have already been fitted to Hiro when his boiler was fitted; and even if the water injector was fitted, it would not work as Hiro's tender was unrestored. Surely they would be much too heavy for workmen to lift, and there would not be enough room for a crane in the hideout to place them on. But, considering the angle that Spencer fell into the mud, his tender coupling would have been damaged. When he tries to warn James that his hill is slippery after a rainfall, James simply laughs, but soon regrets it when the coaches drag him down the hill. Thomas and Gordon apologise to the Fat Controller for being silly, and he allows Gordon to pull the Royal Train. The workmen give the elephant some water, but Henry surprises it by letting off steam and it sprays water all over him.


However, poor Edward is met with hostility and so Sir Topham Hatt buys a saddletank engine, which he christens Percy. Thomas takes Annie and Clarabel for a run and Edward takes some trucks to the quarry, leaving Percy alone. Reginald Dalby and his daughter can be seen in the picture: Dalby is the man on the bench with the luggage, while his daughter is holding a dog on a leash. Awdry, his wife Margaret and his childrenChristopher, Margaret and Helena can be seen in the picture: they are the family on the platform waving to Percy.
Then the inevitable happens - Thomas' brakes fail and he thunders down the hill and along the main line until he races onto a rickety, old track. Thomas drops the parts off at Hiro's hideout and sets for home when he notices that the new summer house is dangerously close to where Hiro is hidden. The Fat Controller tells them that there is a lot of hard work in the morning, so they need to be up early, and he tells Thomas not to rush around with heavy trucks for no reason; he wants Really Useful Engines - not Really Broken Engines, which makes Thomas worry more about Hiro.
Hiro tells them how he misses his friends from home, and also jokingly talks about how he finds Gordon's face to be very unusual. Spencer is so cross that he does not notice Percy and Thomas passing on the bridge behind him, with Edward coming down the other way. But before he can do anything, Mavis appears and offers to show him around, but she is really shooing him away from Thomas and Percy while James sneaks away with more parts for Hiro. All Hiro needs is one more part before he is completed, so the other engines promise to guard Hiro until Percy delivers the last part.
Gordon wins the race, and who should step out of the coaches but the Fat Controller and the Duke and Duchess!
The Fat Controller is not cross, nor does he want Hiro scrapped; in fact, Hiro is a very famous engine, the "Master of the Railway".
Some time later, a big farewell party is held at the docks in Hiro's honor; the Fat Controller had arranged for him to return to his homeland.
A short while ago, he gave Henry a coat of green paint, but as soon as he got his old colour back again, Henry became conceited. The big engines refuse to come out, so the Fat Controller shuts them up and brings Thomas to work with Edward while Percy runs his branchline. It turns out that he is staying for the summer to help the Duke and Duchess build their summer house. Spencer races along with James and Toby whistling behind him, just as Thomas arrives in front of Spencer, blocking his way. While they scold Spencer, Thomas arrives, saying he will help Spencer finish the summer house.
However, Thomas tells the other engines that he'll work so hard on the summer house that the Fat Controller will be pleased, hopefully pleased enough to understand Hiro's case and have him restored.
He is more than shocked when he finds out that the engine rescuing him is an engine he tried to have scrapped. Gordon, who laughs when he finds out, comes to the rescue, and, on the way home, the two form an Alliance. The Queen meets all the engines, and talks personally to Thomas, Edward and Gordon, but Gordon feels proudest of all. Needless to say, nobody is pleased with the news, especially when Spencer rushes around with his work, teasing the other engines. There, Percy has been fixed, but the Fat Controller is still cross about the missing mail coaches. As they do so, Spencer watches from the siding, determined to find out what they are up to.
The Fat Controller scolds Spencer for playing around with Percy's mail coaches, and orders him to give them back at once. Spencer, meanwhile, has to stay where he is, as punishment for disobeying the Duke and Duchess of Boxford's orders not to leave the summer house. Gordon later commends him for preventing an accident and Percy becomes the new station pilot at Tidmouth.
That night, all of the engines are tired and cross because they had all been teased by Spencer. Hiro tells how he once worked on another island far away and how he was known as the "Master of the Railway". He finds Percy down the line, having broken down while delivering the goods to Farmer McColl.
Thomas promises that he will find them, but he knows this means he won't be able to help Hiro. While Spencer is talking to the Duke and Duchess, Thomas sneaks off to tell Hiro that soon, everything will be alright. Thomas promises that Hiro would always have a home on the Island of Sodor, and with that, Hiro puffs away to his ship. However, as the years went on, he began to show his age and Sodor did not have the necessary parts to repair him. But as Thomas leaves, Spencer knows where Thomas is going and what he's about to do, and decides to chase him down. He was hidden to avoid scrap, but the parts never came from his island, and he was quietly forgotten. Thomas' immediate reaction is to tell the Fat Controller, but Hiro believes that if the Fat Controller finds out, he will be scrapped. The two soon cross a bridge that goes over marshland, but one part is broken and can't hold Spencer's weight. So instead, Thomas promises to not tell the Fat Controller until Hiro can be a Really Useful Engine once again.




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