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Here are some deleted scenes of how they should be added in Casey Jones' Apprentice is Thomas in Fantasia (TheBeckster1000's Style).

Cast

Main

  • Thomas (from Thomas and Friends) as Mickey Mouse
  • Casey Jones (from The Brave Engineer) as Yen Sid
  • Spike (from Rugrats) as The Good Broomstick

Others

  • General No. 3 (American 4-4-0 type steam engine) (with yellow Atlantic and Western coach and red Canadian Pacific Caboose No. 437086)
  • Baldwin 2-6-0s No. 7 (Baldwin 2-6-0 type steam engines) (with orange boxcar, green boxcar, red boxcar, red gondola car, grey boxcar, brown boxcar, red and white boxcar, orange boxcar, orange and white boxcar, Baby Ruth boxcar, grey and blue boxcar, blue boxcar, blue and grey boxcar, white boxcar, blue gondola car, yellow fuel tanker, flatcar, yellow hopper car, grey tanker, flatcar, green hopper car, a yellow and red boxcar, an orange and black boxcar, a purple and white boxcar, and a red caboose)

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Deleted Scene 1

  • (a castle is seen far away over the hills from a viaduct on the railroad line at the next time)
  • Narrator: There was once a great sorcerer, who knew more about magic than anyone else...
  • (General No. 3, an American Western and Atlantic Railroad 4-4-0 tender engine, hauling a yellow Western & Atlantic coach, and a red Canadian Pacific No. 437086 caboose, and piloted by Thomas the Tank Engine, steams along toward a broken viaduct)
  • Thomas: Faster, General! Faster!
  • (KABOOM! General Gut Wrench screams. SPLASH! Thomas' engine struggles, making his way up the steep hill, and battles onward)
  • Narrator: ...and that's why he lived in a big castle on a hill.

Deleted Scene 2

  • Narrator: A few moments later...
  • (General speeds along quietly through a dry dessert canyon and speeds through a tunnel. Thomas stokes the furnace with coal from the tender into the furnace by using a coal shovel to add some coal into the boiler. The view of General's cab is shown at the back as Thomas dusts his hands off)
  • Thomas: Boy, I love my job as a railroad engineer.
  • (He looks at his watch and realizes that he is late and opens the regulator so wide to make his train go full speed ahead)
  • Thomas: Whoa! I'll be late! Quick, General! Quick!
  • (General speeds up and rattles as the scenery changes with General going full steam ahead)
  • Narrator: Thomas put on full speed harder and begged his train to hurry.

Deleted Scene 3

  • Narrator: As daylight came, the train rushed out of the tunnel to reach Thomas' goal.
  • (as daylight comes, General zooms out of the tunnel. Thomas stokes more coal into the furnace as General goes faster. Thomas sees the next station through the tunnel over the viaduct)
  • Thomas: The next station. We'll be on time, I hope.
  • (General speeds onto the bridge and thunders across through the tunnel. As he steams out of the other side, Thomas spies another train double headed by two 2-6-0 Baldwin Mogul tender engines, both numbered 7, and hauling an orange boxcar, green boxcar, red boxcar, red gondola car, grey boxcar, brown boxcar, red and white boxcar, orange boxcar, orange and white boxcar, Baby Ruth boxcar, grey and blue boxcar, blue boxcar, blue and grey boxcar, white boxcar, blue gondola car, yellow fuel tanker, flatcar, yellow hopper car, grey tanker, flatcar, green hopper car, a yellow and red boxcar, an orange and black boxcar, a purple and white boxcar, and a red caboose on a slow freight train toward Thomas' train)
  • Narrator: But as his train sped onto the bridge and zoomed through a tunnel toward the castle, Thomas saw another train on the same track as he was and shut off steam and put on the brakes. Unfortunately, the two trains couldn't stop in time, so Thomas had to jump clear before the two trains crashed and exploded.
  • (Thomas gasps, shuts off steam, and applies the brakes, but jumps out of General's cab, and runs away for cover as the two trains collide in a cloud of black smoke and steam with a large explosion)

Deleted Scene 4

  • Narrator: Thomas ran faster and suddenly spotted a large castle from nearby.
  • (Thomas runs onward and spots a large castle)
  • Thomas: Wow! Looks like someone's making magic in the castle!
  • (Thomas carries on, but hears some voices calling in anger)
  • Voices: Oi! Stop! You'll never escape! Yeah! We'll get you!
  • Thomas: Cinders and ashes! What can I do? I wish to do some magic tricks like that! Faster! If I can reach that castle, I'll go in to make sure that I'm safe!
  • (Thomas speeds onward toward the castle and hides safely in the bushes as some rustlers thunder on by)
  • Narrator: Thomas hid in the bushes to stay safe and was certain to be safe if he could reach that castle when the rustlers rattled on by.
  • Thomas: That's those rustlers gone. Now I can make my way to the castle.
  • (Thomas presses on)

Deleted Scene 5

  • Narrator: As Thomas arrived at the castle, he knocked on the door.
  • (Thomas arrives at the castle)
  • Thomas: (knocks on the door) Please open up! I need a place to stay safe at least.
  • (a brave engineer, Casey Jones, appears and opens the door)
  • Narrator: The sorcerer opened the door and saw his very apprentice waiting to come in to work.
  • Casey Jones: Who is that? (sees Thomas and gasps) Oh hi. I'm Master Casey Jones. I'm a brave engineer sorcerer.
  • Thomas: And I'm Thomas the Tank Engine. I need to be an apprentice.
  • Casey Jones: Sure. Come on in.
  • (Thomas comes into Casey's castle)
  • Narrator: So Casey Jones let Thomas into his castle to work for him.

Deleted Scene 6

  • Narrator: As Thomas came in, Casey decided to teach Thomas some magic tricks.
  • Casey Jones: I can learn all the very best magic tricks to do.
  • Thomas: Really? Like what?
  • Casey Jones: Like turning bats into butterflies.
  • (Casey makes a bat turn into a butterfly)
  • Thomas: Wow.
  • Casey Jones: Making diamonds out of warts.
  • (Casey makes diamonds out of warts)
  • Thomas: Marvelous.
  • Casey Jones: And changing small black cats into large white elephants.
  • (Casey changes small black cats into large white elephants)
  • Thomas: Impressive. But how do I learn magic by turning a teardrop into a dewdrop?
  • Casey Jones: For example.
  • (Casey changes a teardrop into a dewdrop)
  • Thomas: Impressive.
  • Narrator: Thomas was impressed.

Deleted Scene 7

  • Narrator: Thomas began to work with all his might.
  • (Thomas sweeps the floor with all his might)
  • Casey Jones: Good work, Thomas. Keep up the good work.
  • (Thomas scrubs with all his might)
  • Thomas: Sure is hard work, but I mustn't stop.
  • (Thomas chops the wood)
  • Casey Jones: How goes the work?
  • Thomas: Fine.
  • (Thomas brings books in and places them on shelves)
  • Thomas: Ah...
  • (Thomas brings in buckets of water from the spring and fills the water from the empty buckets into the tub at the well)
  • Casey Jones: Good work. Keep it up.
  • Thomas: I've finished doing all my duties. Because I'm going to keep being busy at work.
  • Casey Jones: That's right!
  • Narrator: Thomas knew he had to keep doing all the duties Casey gave him.

Deleted Scene 8

  • Casey Jones: Hey, Thomas. I'm going out to town to do some work. And while I'm away, can I trust you to stay home and fill the cauldron with water from the spring?
  • Thomas: Yes. I will be on my best behavior.
  • Casey Jones: Good! That is what I want to hear. And no daydreaming and start working. Goodbye!
  • (Casey walks out of the door and heads out to town to do some work)
  • Narrator: As Casey walked out of the door and headed to town to do some stuff, Thomas knew he was tired of doing all the tasks and want to do something else.
  • Thomas: Man! Doing tasks around is boring, because I have to fill my master's cauldron with water from the spring. I wish I could take a break from doing all of this. What should I do to stop working?

Deleted Scene 9

  • (Casey goes out to start work until he sees the two trains broken to pieces and a sad mess)
  • Narrator: Casey saw the wreckage of the mess of the two trains damaged and decided to fix them.
  • Casey Jones: Oh, so that's the wreckage of my apprentice's train, along with the other train. Looks like I'll take care of it with pleasure.
  • (Casey makes a lot of magic and puts the wreckage of Thomas' train and the double headed slow freight train back together again and puts the two trains onto separate tracks)
  • Narrator: Casey used some magic tricks to put the two trains back together and on separate tracks to make sure they didn't collide again.
  • Casey Jones: That should do it.
  • (Casey walks onward to do some more work)

Deleted Scene 10

  • (Spike runs on by. Thomas, now depressed, follows up the stairs)
  • Thomas: Wait! Stop!
  • Narrator: Ignoring the little engine's cries, Spike kept on bringing water, until Thomas grabbed an axe and chopped the dog into pieces.
  • (as Spike continues to ignore Thomas' warnings and keeps on bringing water, Thomas, now astonished, grabs an axe from nearby and chops Spike into pieces)
  • Thomas: Halt! Stupid dog! Take that! And that! And that! And that! Stop! Wait! And that! And that! And that! There!
  • (Thomas, cross, scoffs)
  • Thomas: That'll teach him.
  • (Thomas, happy, throws his huge axe and heads back to the well to have a rest. Everything is quiet with many little pieces of split wood lying quietly on the floor)
  • Narrator: At last, everything was quiet, because there were many little pieces of split wood lying quietly on the floor, just as Thomas was going back by the well to have a rest and clean the mess up.
  • Thomas: I really should clean up the mess.

Deleted Scene 11

  • Narrator: As Thomas went back to the railroad depot to do his jobs, he saw the two trains fixed and restored and back on separate tracks.
  • (Thomas, having being kicked square on the back, arrives back at the railroad depot to find his the two trains restored again and back on separate tracks as the other train passes by Thomas' train)
  • Thomas: My best train! It's back again!
  • (Thomas continues to do his tasks by filling his master's great well with water from the spring while using the two buckets to finish his chores. Casey looks back, disgusted, and sees Thomas still doing the chores)
  • Narrator: Thomas decided to do more work more often while Casey watched him do all the work he asked him to do.

Deleted Scene 12

  • Narrator: Thomas was feeling very disappointed for overfilling his master's well by making Spike come alive and do the chores for him and turning him into the minions of The Grand Duke of Owls until Casey entered to ask him some questions
  • (in his room, Thomas is disappointed, just as Casey enters)
  • Casey Jones: Thomas, can I come in?
  • (Casey enters)
  • Casey Jones: Thomas, is there something wrong?
  • Thomas: What was I thinking of taking your hat and wand and using them to make Spike do all the work?
  • Casey Jones: Hmm... Well, considering how you broke the rules of both my orders and magic usage, that has been passing down the Knowledge of it for centuries, I would say you have been quite mischievous, disobedient, and overbearingly foolish.
  • Thomas: I know, Sir. I'm sorry, Sir.
  • Casey Jones: It's okay, so why now? There is one thing I don't understand though. All of the other times you attempt to take my magic for your own use, make a scene, I come in to forgive and forget, and then we move on where you would so the same thing all over again without going into a weak point.
  • Thomas: You seemed disappointed.
  • Casey Jones: Thomas, you should know very well by now that I can sense you're not telling the truth properly. If you continue to lie to me, then what point is there to become a great sorcerer without great honestly? So?
  • Thomas: None.
  • Casey Jones: Man!
  • Thomas: You know that first feeling of power you'd get when you first try it for the first time and then suddenly feel you like you're the only character to do anything without it?
  • Casey Jones: Yes? What of it? Which was...?
  • Thomas: That's what I felt tonight, and with it, I felt I was someone else, who was doing all this magic and railroad engineering while I was wearing your hat and carrying your wand in my hand.
  • Casey Jones: I know, it's both shocking and kind of embarrassing.
  • Thomas: I guess I thought of that is because, well... I started to do my chores and watching you do your magic while I did all the tasks you asked me to do to hopefully make me become as power as you. I guess I've put two and two together to make up for four. Plus, this could be a little more embarrassing to say, every time I do what you teach me I tend to feel a little closer to... you know, like you're the driver, and I'm your fireman. You know what that means?
  • Casey Jones: You're right. It really is embarrassing to say.
  • Thomas: Hey!
  • Casey Jones: Though, it's nothing to be ashamed of. I am flattered you think that way of me.
  • Thomas: Thanks.
  • Casey Jones: You're welcome.
  • Thomas: Now that you are in a better mood, I'll ask you something important.
  • Casey Jones: What?
  • Thomas: WHAT'S THE BIG IDEA HERE?!!!! I've been working for you for how long and you still haven't asked me to learn some things about using magic!
  • Casey Jones: Now wait a second, Thomas! I have, too, taught you many things about magic. The only reason you've never realized it is because you never have the decency to figure out it for yourself.
  • Thomas: Figure out what? How to carry buckets of water up and down the stairs to your cauldron to fill up?
  • (Thomas picks up and throws some buckets at the wall and spills water everywhere)
  • Casey Jones: Oh man! I guess I was a little too harsh on you.
  • Thomas: Master! None of this has to do with magic. They never had anything to do with at all! Whatever you ask me to do, I'll do the same thing everyday.
  • Casey Jones: I know!
  • Thomas: Fill up my cauldron. Sweep the floors. Dust the shelves. And rub your feet.
  • Casey Jones: That's what you're forced to do.
  • Thomas: WELL, I'M SICK OF IT!!! Hmph!!
  • Casey Jones: You're right. None of those things would ever have anything to do with the magic.
  • (Thomas is still ragging with battle fury)
  • Casey Jones: That's why I found a way.
  • (Thomas feels puzzled as Casey picks up the two buckets)
  • Casey Jones: Now then, Thomas... What do you see in front of you?
  • Thomas: A brave engineer carrying two buckets?
  • (Casey gasps and gives a firm look at Thomas)
  • Casey Jones: WHAT WAS THAT?!!!!!
  • (Thomas grins nervously)
  • Thomas: Um... Nothing?
  • Casey Jones: That's what I thought. Now please answer my question and pay attention, will you?
  • Thomas: Alright, fine. But you're just really holding the two buckets of water in your hands. Not much else is happening.
  • Casey Jones: So it may seem in your eyes.
  • Thomas: Huh?
  • Casey Jones: Look! So you see me carrying water around like everyone else does, yes? Watch.
  • (Casey drops the buckets down and uses magic to rise the water out of the buckets)
  • Casey Jones: Does this look familiar?
  • (Thomas gasps)
  • Casey Jones: Well?
  • (Thomas looks in the mirror and imagines himself if he is the circus train engine to pull the train)
  • Casey Jones: Thomas?
  • (Thomas looks up)
  • Casey Jones: Magic is a very complex business. The many things we see and use in our ordinary times consists of the aspects of our power. When treated properly, it can be used in anyway for the better or the worse. But we can never achieve that unless we learn the basic modules, that root the expensed ideals of our perpetual concepts of our adventures. In other words, Thomas, the way for you to learn magic like me and all of the other great sorcerers and engineers of our kind is to, first of all, listen and do what I say without question, second, be serious about it, and third of all, try and try again if all else fails.
  • Thomas: Wow.
  • Casey Jones: More than anything, I would love to say that magic can be fun, and sometimes it can be when you know how to use it, but at the same it, is not a game, that can be toyed with. You do understand that, don't you?
  • Thomas: Yes Sir. I do.
  • (Casey puts the water back in the tub)
  • Casey Jones: Thomas.
  • Thomas: Yes?
  • Casey Jones: You and I now know what it means for you to be here and learn from me. Frankly, I, at first, didn't believe you of all characters would be one to take interest or any ideal in performing this kind of spectrum. But for more than how long you've been under my wing, you have preserved beyond levels and even when you fail at some things, you keep going. Not every apprentice strives forth this path for a number of reasons and it's had its fair share of opinions and critiques. But despite the many unintentional incidents you have caused, you continue to learn from me, yourself, and your mistakes. And that has shown me what you truly have to accomplish all of this.
  • Thomas: Like what? My kinds?
  • Casey Jones: Your help.
  • Thomas: Really?
  • Casey Jones: Of course. So as long as you have that AND listen to my orders, you can anything since I know it, so you do know that, don't you?
  • Thomas: Of course. Thanks.
  • Casey Jones: You're welcome. But let me be certain with you. This does not mean I am letting off the hook after what you've done tonight. Am I clear on that?
  • Thomas: Oh right. Yes Sir.
  • Casey Jones: Good. Now about your penalties. Starting tomorrow, you will be scrubbing the floor with soap and all the water you've flooded the tower with and--
  • Thomas: Wait! You saved the water?!!!
  • Casey Jones: Sure did!
  • Thomas: Yes!
  • Casey Jones: Now you'll start scrubbing the floors AND the walls tomorrow and I will not hear any of your arguments!
  • Thomas: So you really had me going with the chores and what they really do, magically. What with the buckets of water and the sweeping, dusting, and rubbing your feet and all.
  • Casey Jones: Actually, that one time I have been standing all day at the Wizards Convention, I really needed them rubbed. They were killing me!... Real bad.
  • Thomas: Ugh!
  • Casey Jones: (laughs) Oh, Thomas, you are so fun to fool with me. I'm so glad that you've become my apprentice and fireman.
  • Thomas: Yeah, yeah. I'm going to bed.
  • Casey Jones: (laughs) Alright.
  • (Thomas is about to sleep)
  • Thomas: Master?
  • Casey Jones: Yes?
  • Thomas: I can apologize for yelling at you like that. You know it's not something like me.
  • Casey Jones: It's quite alright. You are forgiven. But next time you do that, please try to use a better legitimate excuse.
  • Thomas: Yes Sir.
  • Casey Jones: Very good. Good night.
  • Thomas: Good night.
  • (Casey walks away)
  • Thomas: He's such a good driver as well as me.
  • Casey Jones: Oh, I'm good, alright.
  • (Casey pulls the lever to open the curtains and reveal lots of animals filling the Great Well saying Ha ha!)
  • Casey Jones: I'm really good! (laughs)
  • Narrator: What a funny sorcerer Casey was! Should he really teach Thomas how to use magic properly?

Deleted Scene 13

  • Narrator: Thomas did all the work of cleaning up the mess by scrub and cleaning the floor with soap and all the water he flooded the tower with.
  • (Thomas starts to scrub and clean the floor with soap and all the water he's flooded the tower with by accidentally chopping Spike apart and turning him into The Grand Duke of Owls' minions)
  • Thomas: Whew. This is really hard work. My master was right. I really have to do the chores all the time.
  • (Thomas is kept busy scrubbing and cleaning the floor with soap and the water all together until he finally finishes up and completes his job of being forced to scrub and clean the floor with the soap and water)
  • Narrator: Finally, the job was completed.
  • Thomas: There. All done. Now I can learn magic as my master will teach me.
  • Casey Jones: Good! We'll learn all the magic tricks together.
  • Narrator: So Casey taught Thomas everything he could about learning magic of all sorts with Spike helping.
  • (Casey teaches Thomas everything he can about learning magic like turning bats into butterflies, making diamonds out of warts, and changing small black cats into large white elephants, but also turning teardrops into dewdrops, and making all the best magic tricks all of time with Spike helping out too)
  • Narrator: Now that Thomas had learned all the magic today, he promised to use the magic and do chores more often and drive trains carefully.
  • Thomas: Now that I'm good at learning magic with you, Casey, my train is up and running again since you fixed it up and the other train where I can resume my journey to reach my goal.
  • Casey Jones: Yes! You may go now.
  • Thomas: Yes, Master.
  • Casey Jones: But make sure you go at a correct speed limit, or you will get a speeding ticket to pay the fine.
  • Thomas: I won't let that happen again, Master, I promise.
  • Casey Jones: The correct speed limit for every train will be 40 miles per hour since you were going 65 miles per hour and escaped to avoid getting a traffic ticket.
  • Thomas: Yes. Now that I've learned my lesson about using magic, I'm going to be careful of driving trains at a correct speed of 40 miles per hour, because I'm not going to have another train accident with the other one by going over 65 miles per hour.
  • Narrator: Now that he knew the tasks that Casey had given him, he decided to continue on his journey to reach on his train.
  • (as the double headed slow freight train departs and passes Thomas' train, Thomas hops on the footplate of General and starts his journey once again to reach his goal by taking his time)
  • Narrator: So the other train departed, and when he got onto the footplate of his engine, Thomas thanked Casey for teaching him how to use magic and do all the chores he was given and set off.
  • Casey Jones: Good luck, Thomas. And take your time.
  • Thomas: I will, Master. Don't worry about it.
  • (Casey watches Thomas' train disappear before turning around and heading back into his castle and closes the doors after going back when Thomas' train leaves)
  • Narrator: As Casey watched the train disappear when he had a good apprentice of his own, he knew that Thomas promised to be careful driving trains, doing chores, and using magic more often with his master always helping him.
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