The Railway Dragon (1991) - Lacewood Productions Cartoon Episode Guide


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The Railway Dragon (1991) - Lacewood Productions Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • Lacewood
  • Cartoon Characters: Dragon, Emily, Conductor, Father, Mother, Dragon Hunter, Hunter's Son, Chef.
  • Voice Actors: Barry Morse, Tracey Moore, Noel Counsil, Beverly Wolfe, Chuck Collins, Rick Jones.
  • Directed By Hilary Phillips.
  • Produced By Gerald Tripp, Sheldon Wiseman.
  • Awards: Nominee, Gemini Award, Best Animated Program or Series, Gerald Tripp and Sheldon Wiseman, 1990.
  • First Aired about 1991.
  • Originally Aired on The Disney Channel The Disney Channel (USA).
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Color
  • Canada  Canada

Cartoon Summary:


Little Emily knows that magic lurks beneath an old railway tunnel. One day, she enters its darkness, and her ultimate wish comes true in the form of a...  (more)

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This TV special was the first of two from Lacewood Productions.

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