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the story of the amazing movie (the polar express)

the story of the amazing movie (the polar express)

The Polar Express is a 2004 American animated Christmas adventure film directed by Robert Zemeckis, who co-wrote the screenplay with William Broyles, Jr., based on the 1985 children's book of the same name by Chris Van Allsburg.

 Starring Tom Hanks (in multiple roles), Daryl Sabara, Nona Jaye, Jimmy Bennett, and Eddie Deezen. The film features human characters animated using live action and motion capture computer animation, with sequences of the latter taking place from June 2003 to May 2004.

 Set on Christmas Eve, the film tells the story of a young boy who sees a mysterious train bound for the World. North Pole stops outside his window and is invited aboard by his conductor. 

He joins the other children as they embark on a trip to visit Santa Claus in preparation for Christmas.

Polar Express premiered at the Chicago International Film Festival on October 13, 2004, and was released theatrically in the United States on November 10, 2004 by Warner Bros. Pictures

. The film received mixed reviews from critics and initially grossed $286 million against a record budget of $165–170 million, the largest amount for an animated film at the time

. A subsequent re-release helped push the film's gross to $314 million worldwide, and it was later listed in the 2006 Guinness World Records as the first all-digital film. 

The Polar Express is also Michael Jeter's last film appearance before his death and is dedicated to his memory

On Christmas Eve, a passenger train known as the Polar Express stops in the street outside the boy's house. The boy has become skeptical about the existence of Santa Claus. The conductor says that the train is traveling to the North Pole. 

The boy, although hesitant at first, boards the ship and meets a lively girl and a know-it-all boy. The train then stops to pick up a boy named Billy, who also initially refuses to board the train, but changes his mind as the train moves away.

 To the train conductor's annoyance, the boy applied the emergency brakes, and Billy was allowed aboard the car, but decided to sit alone in the observation car.

 A platoon of dancing waiters offers the children hot chocolate with the girl providing Billy a cup.

When the conductor and the girl go to give Billy his cup, the boy notices that the girl's ticket has not been validated yet and tries to return it to her. In doing so, the wind blows the ticket away into the wilderness, but it soon returns to the train.

 After the girl discovers that her ticket is missing, the conductor leaves with her.

 Assuming that she will be thrown from the train, the boy finds the ticket and crosses the rooftops to find the girl.

 He encounters a mysterious ghost who helps him reach the engine.

 The boy discovers that the girl has been put in charge of the train while the engineer and fireman replace the engine's headlight. The boy applies the train's brakes before a herd of ibex blocks the tracks

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. As the train continues its journey with the conductor, boy and girl exposed to the elements standing at the front of the train, it is moving too fast because the throttle pin of the throttle handle has come loose and fallen off. 

Once they reach a frozen lake, the cotter pin is replaced and the train engineer returns the train to the tracks just before the ice breaks

The conductor returns the boy and girl to their seats and they join Billy in the observation car.

 The train finally reaches the North Pole, where the conductor announces that one of the children will be chosen to receive the first Christmas present from Santa himself.

 As the girl and boy try to convince Billy to join them, the boy accidentally unhooks the car, causing it to flip away and speed along the track in a tunnel toward the railway turntable inside Santa's workshop.

 The kids make their way through the troll's command center and a gift-sorting office facility, where Billy finds a gift with his name on it. They are thrown into a huge bag of gifts, where they also find a know-it-all.

 After loading the bag onto Santa's sleigh, the elves escort them outside before Santa and his reindeer arrive.

The bell flies from the reins of the running reindeer

 

. At first the boy cannot hear its ringing, until he finds in himself something to believe in. He returns the bell to Santa, who selects it to receive the first gift of Christmas.

 Santa agrees to let him keep the bell. As the children board the train home, the boy discovers that he has lost the bell through a hole in his pocket.

 The boy arrives home and the train conductor wishes him a happy birthday.

He wakes up on Christmas morning to find a gift containing his missing bell along with a letter from Santa.

 He and his younger sister Sarah happily ring the bell, but their parents don't hear it because they don't believe in Santa.

 The boy reflects on his friends and sister who eventually became deaf to the bell over the years as their faith faded.

 

 However, despite the fact that he is now an adult, the bell still rings for him, as it does for “everyone who truly believes.”

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The film also spawned several real-world holiday train travel experiences loosely based on the film's train journey throughout the United States, as well as Canada, and even the United Kingdom under license from Rail Events Inc

. These include the Polar Express train rides held at the Grand Canyon Railroad, the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, the Texas State Railroad, the Whippany Railroad Museum, and Aspen Crossing, among others. Pere Marquette 1225 itself pulls a similar Christmas train, albeit under the name North Pole Express.

The first Polar Express train journeys in the UK were hosted on the Dartmoor and Weardale Railway, both owned by British American Railway Services.

 All of these services have been carried by diesel, but in 2016, Telford Steam Railway became the first line in the UK to run a steam-powered Polar Express, powered by one of two American-made S160 2-8-0 No's locomotives. 

5197 and 6046 supplied by the Cherent Valley Railway in Staffordshire.

 PNP Events Ltd operates Polar Express train trips in Oxfordshire (Cholsey and Wallingford Railway), the Yorkshire Dales (Wensleydale Railway),[42] South Devon (South Devon Railway), Royal Tunbridge Wells (Spa Valley Railway) and the new 2023, Edinburgh Waverley on the Main Line Network in the United Kingdom

.

The Polar Express Train Ride also operates on the Mid-Norfolk Railway,[43] and the Seaton Tramway operates the "Polar Express Tram Ride".[44]

Alongside the steam-powered Polar Express trains which operate on many heritage railways across the UK, Vintage Trains runs its own trains on the UK mainline network. Their trains were operated using a selection of steam locomotives which included the Great Western 4-6-0 Hall class No.

 4965 Rood Ashton Hall ride, although renamed Polar Star (this name was originally worn by 4005 "Polar Star" & later 70026 "Polar Star"), as of 2023 these trains are still running on the latest commuter train program By Great Western 4-6-0 Castle Class's No. 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe and No. 7029 Clun Castle.

 

 These trains run between Birmingham Moor and Dorridge Street

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