History YMMV / TheRailwayChildren

15th Mar '16 4:40:46 AM fearlessnikki
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* DesignatedVillain: Subverted. Ruth is dismissed for hitting the children after they cause a bucket of water to fall on her. The children clap after mother dismisses her, but she gives them a very disapproving look.
* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments:
** When the children want to get birthday presents for Mr Parks, but don't want to just write 'Parks' on the cake. Phyllis knows his name is Albert and says they should use that since "Albert's a pretty name". Cue everyone gawking at her.
** The girls discover Peter has been stealing coal. Phyllis makes light of the situation.
--> "It's all right, Pete. At least we can burn the evidence."
** When the family first arrive at the new house, the man who drives their carriage only responds with "I dare say" to everything. Mother eventually gets fed up.
--> "If you say 'I dare say' one more time, I shall have hysterics...I dare say."

* TearJerker: "Wouldn't Daddy have loved this?"


* TearJerker: NarmCharm: Bobbie gliding around the room during her birthday. Some find it silly, yet others find it fits the tone of the scene.
* NightmareFuel: The landslide with the trees falling onto the tracks is quite a startling scene. Not to mention Bobbie refusing to get off the line until the train stops - and it only stops inches from her face.
* OneSceneWonder:
** Ruth, who only appears in the first ten minutes. She solidifies this by shouting "stairs, stairs, stairs!" as she climbs up the stairs.
** Also Aunt Emma, who has just one scene complete with a soundtrack shift. Unfortunately her scene is often edited out of broadcasts.
** The carriage driver who responds to everything with "I dare say."
* TearJerker:
"Wouldn't Daddy have loved this?"
16th Sep '13 2:55:41 PM abalam
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Added DiffLines:

** "Daddy! My daddy!"
1st Aug '13 12:59:38 PM caffeinatedkate
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Added DiffLines:

* {{Narm}}: Peter, in the film version, did kind of overreact to getting the train for Christmas. It's just really overdone.
* TearJerker: "Wouldn't Daddy have loved this?"
* ValuesDissonance: The poem the mother writes to cheer up Jim is about Jim and his friends picking on the nerdy kid and seems to suggest that bullying is okay.
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