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*Old No. 7
 
*Old No. 7
 
*She'll Be Coming 'Round The Mountain
 
*She'll Be Coming 'Round The Mountain
*Wabash Cannonball (Longer arrangement)
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*Wabash Cannonball ''(Longer arrangement)''
 
*Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder (Air Force Theme)
 
*Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder (Air Force Theme)
*I Love Toy Trains Closing Theme (''Later versions)''
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*I Love Toy Trains Closing Theme
 
*Various instrumental pieces
 
*Various instrumental pieces
   
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*I've Been Working On The Railroad
 
*I've Been Working On The Railroad
 
*Old No. 7
 
*Old No. 7
*Where Have All the Cabooses Gone (2009 digitally remastered version only)
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*Where Have All the Cabooses Gone
*Wabash Cannonball (Shorter arrangement)
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*Wabash Cannonball ''(Shorter arrangement)''
 
*She Be Coming 'Round The Mountain
 
*She Be Coming 'Round The Mountain
 
*Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder (Air Force Theme)
 
*Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder (Air Force Theme)
*I Love Toy Trains Closing Theme (''Later versions)''
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*I Love Toy Trains Closing Theme
 
*Various instrumental pieces
 
*Various instrumental pieces
   

Revision as of 04:39, January 17, 2020

IHTT 3 VHS

This is the third video in TM's I Love Toy Trains Series.

Songs

1994 VHS version

  • I've Been Working On The Railroad
  • Old No. 7
  • She'll Be Coming 'Round The Mountain
  • Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder (Air Force Theme)
  • Awesome Train Song/Rock Song
  • Daddy, What's a Train? (Sung by Utah Phillips)

1997 Special Edition VHS and 1999 Special Edition DVD versions

  • I've Been Working On The Railroad
  • Old No. 7
  • She'll Be Coming 'Round The Mountain
  • Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder (Air Force Theme)
  • Awesome Train Song/Rock Song
  • I'm a Train
  • Wonderful World of Trains
  • I Love Toy Trains Opening Theme
  • Trepak (Russian Dance)
  • Come Ride Along with Me
  • I Love Toy Trains Closing Theme

2002 DVD version

  • I Love Toy Trains Opening Theme
  • I've Been Working On The Railroad
  • Old No. 7
  • She'll Be Coming 'Round The Mountain
  • Wabash Cannonball (Longer arrangement)
  • Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder (Air Force Theme)
  • I Love Toy Trains Closing Theme
  • Various instrumental pieces

2009 DVD (digitally remastered version)

  • Dixieland Opening
  • I Love Toy Trains Opening Theme
  • I've Been Working On The Railroad
  • Old No. 7
  • Where Have All the Cabooses Gone
  • Wabash Cannonball (Shorter arrangement)
  • She Be Coming 'Round The Mountain
  • Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder (Air Force Theme)
  • I Love Toy Trains Closing Theme
  • Various instrumental pieces

Releases

  • 1994 VHS (First original release)
  • 1997 VHS (New footage, updated label, still has 1994 Packaging)
  • 1998? VHS (Has 1994 label with normal reels, has 1997 Program with MTH Screen before credits)
  • 2000 VHS (New packaging, new label, has 1997 program but also has a new TM Books and Video logo, and some changes are made, like the “I Love Toy Trains: The Store Screen”, which is placed after the crash scene, after the credits end.) 

Trivia

  • This video and I Love Toy Trains 2 are the only videos not to use the Dixieland Opening. This was fixed on the 2009 digitally remastered versions.
  • This was the first and only time to have the Blue Angels appear in I Love Toy Trains.
  • This was the first I Love Toy Trains video to feature Jeff speaking.
  • This is the last time a song not by James Coffey is heard in the series (On the original 1994 VHS only).
  • Some of the scenes from the original version have been switched around on the later versions (1997-present), including the circus scene and the Blue Angels scene.
  • On the 1994 VHS, the credits are different, but in later versions, it replaces the original credits with the James Coffey version of the I Love Toy Trains closing theme. The 1997-2000 credits feature footage from real trains, not toy trains. After the credits, the blooper of the box crashing into the boxcar was used. After it did that, a voice said “Oh No”, and the sound of another box loading can be heard. This also occurs on the 1994 VHS as well.
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