The Busy Little Engine (2005)

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The Busy Little Engine

The Busy Little Engine (2005)

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  • Squirrel Tracks
  • Distributed by: Squirrel Tracks
  • Cartoon Characters: Busy Little Engine, Pig, Sheep.
  • Voice Actors: Busy Little Engine, Lorrie Guess, Desmond Mullen, Pig, Sheep.
  • Directed By Desmond Mullen.
  • Produced By Desmond Mullen, Helena Mullen.
  • Awards: Telly Award, Excellence in Children's Programming, 2007.
  • Music: Desmond Mullen, Jimmy Magoo.
  • Editor: Desmond Mullen.
  • Originally Released on December 12, 2005.
  • Running Time: 34 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

"It's a very busy day in Dinkytown...." A little wooden train is pretending to be a real train, but he doesn't know much about what real trains do - he's only ever seen them at crossing gates. With some help from the Narrator and lots of imagination, the Busy...  (more)

Cartoon Production Information:

Direct-to-video release.

Combined computer animation and live action.

Budgeted at an estimated $52,000.

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