New Friends for Thomas and Other Adventures is a US VHS/DVD featuring five sixth season episodes and four seventh season episodes all narrated by Michael Angelis, as well as one song. It was released by Anchor Bay Entertainment in 2004.
PEEP! PEEP! It's so busy on the Island of Sodor that Sir Topham Hatt needs to bring in some new engines to keep the railway running smoothly. That means new friends and adventures for Thomas. Climb aboard and meet them all. There is Spencer, the fastest express engine the Island has ever seen. Meet Emily, the sleek green engine with the beautiful brass dome; and new friend Arthur, whose spotless record gets ruined when Thomas plays a trick on him. Don't forget cheerful tractor Jack and all of his construction crew friends. Come meet the big and mighty Murdoch, who is always looking for some peace and quiet, but who finds out what it means to have some Really Useful friends. Meet Salty and discover the secret that Bill and Ben are still trying to figure out. Join Thomas and his new friends for trainloads of discovery and fun. Peep Peep!
- Salty's Secret
- Harvey to the Rescue
- Elizabeth the Vintage Quarry Truck
- Jack Jumps In
- A Friend in Need
- Gordon and Spencer
- Emily's New Coaches
- The Spotless Record
- Peace and Quiet
- Bill, Ben and Fergus
- Sir Topham Hatt's Scrapbook
- A Day at the Works Game
- Really Useful Engines Game
- Really Useful Places Game
- Web Fun
- The VHS and DVD release included a post card of a character introduced in the video.
- This is the only US release narrated by Michael Angelis.
- On the DVD, a trailer for Steamies vs. Diesels is featured.
- When completing all three games on the DVD, the 10 Years of Thomas version of Thomas' Anthem is shown as a reward.
- On the 2015 Double Feature re-release, Web Fun is removed.
- On some DVD covers, there appears to be a copy of Spencer behind him. Also, Knapford Sheds is not properly edited out from behind Harvey.
- In "Sir Topham Hatt's Scrapbook", Sir Topham mentions the time that Henry was bricked up in the tunnel, but the clip shown is from Something in the Air.
- Writers Paul Larson, Jan Page, Phil Fehrle, Jonathan Trueman, and Abi Grant are not listed in the credits.
- In the DVD description, Jack is described as a tractor.
- A question in the DVD game asks "Who is most likely to be down at the quarry unloading cargo from Bulstrode?" where the answer is Cranky. The question should have said "docks" instead of "quarry".
- Salty and Mavis have whistles instead of horns.
- In the DVD menu, Salty is heard puffing, and steam is shown coming from his cab.