Lions Gate Entertainment is a Canadian–American entertainment company formed in 1997. They co-distributed Thomas & Friends DVDs with HiT Entertainment in the United States from 2008 until 2014. They took over Fox and Anchor Bay Entertainment's former roles and re-released many of their titles. Their role was replaced by Universal Studios Home Entertainment in autumn 2014.

Lionsgate also released some DVDs of Britt Allcroft's Magic Adventures of Mumfie.


DVD releases

  • The Great Discovery
  • Railway Friends
  • High Speed Adventures
  • Team Up With Thomas
  • Percy and the Bandstand
  • Hero of the Rails
  • Holiday Express
  • Splish, Splash, Splosh!
  • Thomas and the Runaway Kite
  • The Greatest Stories
  • Creaky Cranky
  • Misty Island Rescue
  • Merry Winter Wish
  • The Lion of Sodor
  • Wobbly Wheels and Whistles
  • Pop Goes Thomas
  • The Birthday Express
  • Thomas in Charge!
  • Day of the Diesels
  • Merry Christmas, Thomas!
  • Rescue On the Rails
  • Curious Cargo
  • Up, Up and Away!
  • Engine Friends
  • Schoolhouse Delivery
  • Blue Mountain Mystery
  • A Very Thomas Christmas
  • Sticky Situations
  • Muddy Matters
  • Go Go Thomas!
  • Railway Mischief
  • Animals Aboard!
  • King of the Railway
  • Santa's Little Engine
  • The Thomas Way
  • Spills and Thrills
  • Trouble on the Tracks

Blu-Ray Releases

  • Misty Island Rescue
  • Day of the Diesels
  • Blue Mountain Mystery
  • King of the Railway

Box Sets

  • Whistle Express Collection!
  • Fun Pack
  • Ultimate Thomas Collection
  • On-the-Go Pack
  • Sodor Friends Holiday Collection
  • Best Tales on the Tracks
  • Steam Team Collection
  • Adventure Pack
  • Holiday Favorites
  • Adventure On the Tracks
  • The Movie Pack
  • Let's Explore with Thomas
  • Celebrate with Thomas
  • Let's Explore with Thomas
  • Full Steam Ahead
  • 3-Movie Pack
  • The Double Features
  • Celebrate with Thomas
  • Play Date Pack


  • Almost all current US releases, excluding the specials, (apart from The Great Discovery and Calling All Engines) were rendered to a 4:3 fullscreen aspect ratio; CGI DVD titles from 2010 onwards have been released in their original widescreen renders, although these are only available to those who purchase them by digital download, or watch them via Netflix, Vudu, iTunes or Amazon Instant Video. The issue was finally resolved with the widescreen DVD release of Spills and Thrills in March 2014.


DVD releases

Blu-ray Releases

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