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Barney Live! in New York City 2000 VHS Copy

2006 VHS (FAKE copy with newer previews)

Here are the commercials for Barney, Bob the Builder and The Wiggles from the 2005 VHS (2006 Reprint) of Barney: Live! in New York City.

Commercials Edit

VHS Edit

(Same Closing as Barney: Can You Sing that Songs?)

  1. The Land of Make-Believe
  2. Bob's Big Plan
  3. Sailing Around the World

Plot Edit

Barney and his friends take the stage to delight and entertain everyone at Radio City Music Hall. They all work together to make a special surprise for the audience using items from "The Barney Bag". But before they are able to share it, a new visitor, The Winkster, sneaks away with the bag! The Winkster doesn't know how to make friends. Throughout the show, the kids are trying to catch The Winkster and teach him that all you have to do is ask in order to make friends of your own. Also, the chase takes everyone to "Barney's Imagination Circus" with fun-loving clowns and some dancing bears. After the circus ends, the chase continues until Winkster confesses that he took the bag for everyone to play with him. After his confession, he remembers to use the words "Please" and "Thank You," and then becomes friends with Barney, Baby Bop, BJ, the Winkster and the kids. Barney then unveils the surprise to the audience and then asks them to use their imaginations to make the heart bigger. After the unveiling of the the bigger heart, Barney, BJ, Baby Bop, Winkster, and the kids wrap up the show with "Everyone is Special".

Songs Edit

Act 1 Edit

  1. Barney Theme Song
  2. The More We Get Together
  3. Mr. Knickerbocker
  4. Ring Around the Rosie
  5. My Yellow Blankey
  6. The Barney Bag
  7. The Winkster
  8. She'll Be Coming Around the Mountain
  9. BJ's Song
  10. Take Me Out to the Ball Game
  11. Rain Medley: (Rain, Rain, Go Away/It's Raining, It's Pouring)
  12. If All the Raindrops
  13. And the Green Grass Grows All Around
  14. I Am a Fine Musician

Act 2 Edit

  1. Boom, Boom, Ain't It Great to Be Crazy?
  2. The Wheels on the Bus
  3. Three Little Monkeys
  4. Do Your Ears Hang Low?
  5. The Airplane Song
  6. Me and My Teddy
  7. Four Little Ducks
  8. My Aunt Came Back
  9. London Bridge
  10. Star Medley: (Twinkle Twinkle Little Star/Star Light, Star Bright)
  11. Please and Thank You
  12. Everyone is Special

Trivia Edit

  • This live show marked:
    • The only major live show, not to tour.
    • The first time on video that Barney is partially-performed by Carey Stinson. Stinson was Barney's Double, used only for "quick changes" (Barney transforming into a peanut salesman, for example). Stinson would later return to be Barney's main costume actor in some live performances, Barney's Big Surprise and Barney's Musical Castle, and on the television series starting in 2002.
    • The first appearance of Carlos who would later return as a main character in Season 3.
    • BJ's first concert.
    • The only live show where "I Love You" wasn't sung.
    • The final actual uses of the 1993-1994 Baby Bop costume and the 1994 BJ costume. They would later be used in Barney books and other live appearances.
  • All of the dialogue (including that of Barney and the other dinos) was live for every performance, unlike future Barney shows. The songs, however, were prerecorded.
  • Although this stage show has its very own soundtrack, with all 26 songs (including the ones in the medleys), some of the songs from this concert were also featured in the Barney's Favorites Vol. 2 album. Specifically, the live version of Barney Theme Song, My Yellow Blankey, The Barney Bag, BJ's Song and My Aunt Came Back.
  • During "Please and Thank You", BJ lip-syncs to the lyrics, though he does not sing the song.
  • After the "Please and Thank You" song, a camera angle shows Kelly giving her sign to someone backstage.
  • According to a Variety review, Min was absent from the March 6 performance.
  • The circus scenes were included as a bonus feature on the Barney's Super Singing Circus DVD.
  • On the front cover of the VHS release of this, Barney is seen as a cartoon instead of being live-action.