Chuggington: Chug Patrol is a special children’s movie feature, which brings together four stories based on the Chuggington television series about trains. The movie includes all of the well-known Chuggington characters: Wilson (voiced by Morgan Overton), Brewster (voiced by Charlie George) and Koko (voiced by Imogen Bailey).

The four stories are all different but related. They all involve the trains getting into difficult situations and being helped and rescued by each other.


Trains lost and in danger


There is no violence in Chuggington: Chug Patrol.

Content that may disturb children

Under 5

Chuggington: Chug Patrol has some scenes that could scare or disturb children under four years. For example:

  • A broken signal almost causes the trains to crash.
  • Hodge is given a faulty Chug booster. It almost causes an accident.
  • Hoot and Toot are lost in a tunnel, and Olwyn breaks down trying to rescue them.
  • Harrison comes off the tracks in a remote area and is all alone in the forest. He’s eventually found and rescued but not until it’s dark.
  • There is an explosion in Rocky Ridge, and Coco is pushed off the tracks. She is precariously balanced at the edge of a mine shaft, which is deemed as ‘high risk’. She’s saved by the other trains just before the tunnel collapses.
  • One of the train’s brakes fails, and the train comes off the tracks. 

From 5-8

Children in this age group are unlikely to be disturbed by anything in Chuggington: Chug Patrol

From 8-13

Nothing of concern 

Over 13

Nothing of concern 

Sexual references

None of concern 

Alcohol, drugs and other substances

None of concern 

Nudity and sexual activity

None of concern 

Product placement

There is no product placement of concern in Chuggington: Chug Patrol, but plenty of associated merchandise is marketed to children. 

Coarse language

None of concern 

Ideas to discuss with your children

Chuggington: Chug Patrol is a collection of animated stories about the Chuggington trains, based on the television series.

In this movie, the trains find themselves in a series of different situations where they need help from each other to find their way home. The movie is likely to be of most interest to children under eight years and will probably lack interest for children over eight years. Some scenes of trains in danger might scare children under four years.

The main message from this movie is about supporting and looking out for your friends.

Values in this movie that you could reinforce with your children include believing in yourself and being brave.