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Barney's Fun & Games: Your Wheel to Fun!
Release Date November 27, 1998
Written by

Stephen White

Barney's Fun & Games: Your Wheel to Fun! is a Barney Home Videos that was released on November 27, 1998.

This video is not to be confused with Barney's Fun & Games.

Plot Edit

Barney brings out his Game Machine for an afternoon of fun. But when the machine is empty; Barney, Baby Bop, BJ, and the kids look for toys and games to put into it. After the machine is filled with games continues until Pop Wheely confesses that he took the Wheel for everyone to play with him. After his confession, he remembers the kids turn the crank and out comes one big gameboard filled with fun and surprises and then asks them to use their imaginations to make the balloon and confetti drop on the gameboard bigger After the unveiling of the then bigger party, Barney, BJ, Baby Bop, Santa, and the kids wrap up the video.

CastEdit

  • Barney (Body: Carey Stinson, Voice: Bob West)
  • Baby Bop (Body: Jennifer Romano, Voice: Julie Johnson)
  • BJ (Body: Kyle Nelson, Voice: Patty Wirtz)
  • Jill (Lana Whittington)
  • Nick (Grayson Lee Vanover)
  • Debi (Jasmine Woods)
  • Maria (Jessica Hinojosa)
  • Hannah (Marisa Kuers)
  • Kristen (Sara Hickman)
  • Ashley (Monet Chandler)
  • Alissa (Maurie Chandler)
  • Stephen (Chase Gallatin)
  • Kim (Erica Rhodes)
  • Keesha (Mera Baker)
  • Robert (Angel Velasco)
  • Chip (Lucien Douglas)
  • Jeff (Austin Ball)
  • Danny (Jeffrey Hood)
  • Curtis (Monte Black)
  • Emily (Hannah Owens)
  • Linda (Adrianne Kangas)
  • Mr. Boyd (Robert Sweatman)
  • Stella the Storyteller (Phyllis Cicero)
  • Scooter McNutty (voiced by Todd Duffey)
  • Miss Etta Kette (voiced by Brice Armstrong)
  • Booker T. Bookworm (voiced by Earl Fisher)
  • Frosty the Snowman (Voice: Tim Dever/Body Talent: David Voss)
  • Goldilocks and Three Bears Puppets (Voice: Bob West/Body Talent: N / A)
  • The Marching Band Musicians (Jeff Ayers)

Additional Cast Character

  • Michael (Brian Eppes)
  • Amy (Becky Swonke)
  • Tina (Jessica Zucha)
  • Luci (Leah Gloria)
  • Derek (Rickey Carter)
  • Carlos (Corey Lopez)
  • Min (Pia Manalo)
  • Adam (Alexander Jhin)
  • Jeffrey (Jeffrey Lowe)

Song ListEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The last use of the Season 4 versions of the "Barney Theme Song". The Season 4 vocals for the "Barney Theme Song" returned on the screening copy of "Round and Round We Go".
  • The last use of the Season 4 Barney costume.
  • This home video of this special used to be have it at During the Jennifer Romano plays the Baby Bop costume in this episode The Sound clip of the kids screaming "Barney!" after Barney comes to life is taken from Barney In Outer Space, But the voice sounds are slower A China dub of this video was made presumably around the same time as an alternate to the original (Due to how early it was the dub was done by a different team and the songs (Minus The Alphabet Chant) remains in English) In 1996, as part of the marketing campaign for the then-upcoming video Barney's Fun & Games revealed that this video was the best-selling video ever at the time This is the first episode where Barney does the Barney Shake the video recorded in March 16, 1997 This is the only VHS tape to show the label and the spine this group of children (Hannah, Emily, Danny, and Stephen) also appeared in Sweet as Honey from Season 5 When this was on DVD, it was closed captioned by Caption Technologies, Inc., replacing the Caption Center's original closed captioning from 2001 the final time Barney is performed by David Joyner will continue to perform as the character until his departure in 2002 Excluding Barney's Great Adventure, this episode executive producer. Dennis DeShazer will stay executive producer until the end of the second generation and In the original NBC airing, an extended shot of Professor Tinkerputt looking out the window-door was used, while the instrumental ending of Pop Goes the Weasel was played this is first video since Season 3 to have The Barney Doll wave at the end this is the last time until the of Barney and the Backyard Gang Live!: Once Upon A City that the kids sing a song before Barney comes to life After not being used for 8 years, Barney's Fun & Games returns in this video since During the original airing on NBC, commercials ran throughout the special. There was a total of four commercial breaks also kown as " Barney's Mix of Wheels" in U.K. version and call as "Be Wheels with Barney!" in Australia version.
    • After the wave hits the game machines.
    • After Pop Wheely looks out the window-door.
    • After Santa Claus comes up with his big idea.
    • After the Barney doll closing shot.
  • The 1998-1999 Season 5 Barney costume in from What a World We Share is used, expect is was the 1997-1998 Season 4 Barney costume from Barney's Halloween Party, Barney's Good Day, Good Night and Celebrating Around The World is used.
  • Keesha wear the same clothes in "Going on a Bear Hunt".
  • Jill wear the same clothes in "Be My Valentine, Love Barney".
  • Robert wears the same shirt in "Barney's Rhyme Time Rhythm".
  • Hannah wear the same clothes in "You Are Special".
  • Jeff wear the same clothes in "You Are Special".
  • Stephen wear the same clothes in "You Can Be Anything".
  • Kim wear the same clothes in "You Can Be Anything".
  • Danny wears the same shirt in Snack Time!.
  • Emily wears the same shirt in "Super Sining Circus".
  • This is the last time Hannah is with Stephen wearing glasses.
  • The another Barney videos/shows where "I Love You" wasn't sung: "Rock with Barney" (although it was an underscore for when Barney came to life, then at the end), "Imagination Island", Barney Live! In New York City (both because of the impending lawsuit), and "Best Fairy Tales" (for unknown reasons). The soundtrack album, Barney's Favorites Vol. 2 didn't have the song either, due to the lawsuit.

GalleryEdit

ReleasesEdit

[1]Original Release (1998)[2]Original DVD release (2005) [3]Original Spanish release (2000)[4]Spanish re-release.

Release DatesEdit

  • November 27, 1998 (Lyrick Studios version)
  • August 14, 2000 (Lyrick Studios version)
  • March 9th, 2002 (HiT Entertainmet Version)
  • April 14, 2002 (Nick Jr/Paramount Version)
  • August 9th, 2002 (Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection Version)

Preview TranscriptEdit

  • Maurice the Magician the announcer: So Look For Watching "Barney's Fun & Games: Your Wheels to Fun!" It All New from Lyrick Studios.

Barney's Fun & Games: Your Wheel to Fun! PreviewsEdit

1998Edit

OpeningEdit

  • 2001 Lyrick Studios FBI Warning
  • 2003 Lyrick Studios Interpol Warning
  • Lyrick Studios Logo (1998-2001)
  • Please Stay Tuned Following This Presentation For Previews of Other Barney Home Videos screen (1995-1999)
  • Barney Home Video Classic Collection Logo (1995-present)
  • Barney and Friends Intro
  • Barney's Fun & Games: Your Wheel to Fun! Title Card

ClosingEdit

TranscriptEdit

End CreditsEdit

  • Executive Producers: Jocelyn Stevenson and Randy Dalton
  • Producer: Martha Datea Limpcombs
  • Director: Brian Mack
  • Writers: Evan Viola and Stephen White
  • Production Designer: Jess Nelson
  • Composer: David Wolf
  • Musical Director: Bob Singleton
  • Associate Director: Eric Smith
  • Perfomnce Director: Penny Wilson
  • Edacational Specialists: Margie Larsen M Ed
  • Cast
  • Barney (Body: Carey Stinson, Voice: Bob West)
  • Baby Bop (Body: Jennifer Romano, Voice: Julie Johnson)
  • BJ (Body: Kyle Nelson, Voice: Patty Wirtz)
  • Jill (Lana Whittington)
  • Nick (Grayson Lee Vanover)
  • Debi (Jasmine Woods)
  • Maria (Jessica Hinojosa)
  • Jeffrey (Jeffrey Lowe)
  • Hannah (Marisa Kuers)
  • Kristen (Sara Hickman)
  • Ashley (Monet Chandler)
  • Alissa (Maurie Chandler)
  • Stephen (Chase Gallatin)
  • Kim (Erica Rhodes)
  • Keesha (Mera Baker)
  • Robert (Angel Velasco)
  • Chip (Lucien Douglas)
  • Jeff (Austin Ball)
  • Danny (Jeffrey Hood)
  • Curtis (Monte Black)
  • Emily (Hannah Owens)
  • Linda (Adrianne Kangas)
  • Michael (Brian Eppes)
  • Amy (Becky Swonke)
  • Tina (Jessica Zucha)
  • Luci (Leah Gloria)
  • Carlos (Corey Lopez)
  • Min (Pia Manalo)
  • Adam (Alexander Jhin)
  • Derek (Rickey Carter)
  • Mr. Boyd (Robert Sweatman)
  • Stella the Storyteller (Phyllis Cicero)
  • Scooter McNutty (voiced by Todd Duffey)
  • Miss Etta Kette (voiced by Brice Armstrong)
  • Booker T. Bookworm (voiced by Earl Fisher)
  • Production Manager:
  • Sandra Jantzen
  • Associate Director:
  • Mark Anderson
  • Stage Manager:
  • Elizabeth Velten
  • Wardrobe Supervisor Designer:
  • Lisa O. Albertson
  • Manager of Music Services:
  • Jill Hance
  • Lightning Designer:
  • Ken Craig
  • Lighting Director:
  • Murray Campbell
  • Post Production Supervisor:
  • David Baertsch
  • Editor:
  • McKee Schmidt
  • Audio Director:
  • David Boothe
  • Technical Operations Supervisior:
  • Randy Breelove
  • Video Engineer:
  • Bink Williams
  • Camera Opertators:
  • Greg Bailey
  • Boom Operators Production Audio:
  • Ron Balentine
  • Production Videotape:
  • Dudley Asaff
  • Production Audio Assistant:
  • Braden McDonald
  • Key Grip:
  • Buz Cannon
  • Lighting Board Operator:
  • Todd Davis
  • Best Boy Electric:
  • James Edwards
  • Scenic Designer:
  • Larry Allens
  • Associate Production Designer
  • Terrie Davis
  • Assistant to Preformance Director:
  • David Voss
  • Set Dresser:
  • Aggie Brooks
  • Props/Special Effects:
  • David Cobbs
  • Leadman:
  • Tim Thomason
  • Storyboards:
  • Jimmy Ellis
  • Makeup Designs:
  • Jimi White
  • Hair Stylist:
  • Debra Hertle Haefling
  • Script Supervisor: Catherine Reynolds
  • Production Coordinators: Kelly Maher
  • Construction Supervisor: Charles Bailey
  • Costume Shop Supervisor: Ray Henry
  • Art/Craft Coordinator: Amy Atherton
  • Construction Foreman: Bennie Miles
  • Carpenters: Ed Larson
  • Swing Crew: Carmelo Gomez
  • Scenic Painters: Mike Rainey
  • Costume Shop Manager: Georgia Ford Wagenhurst
  • Costume Sewing: Susie Thennes
  • Costume/Wardrobe Assistants: Kristen Schaffner
  • Costume Technician: Chris Reedy
  • Post Production Engineering: James Johnson
  • Dialogue Editor: Deborah Cornish
  • Post Production Audio: Craig Chastain
  • Special Video Effects: Reel FX, Inc
  • Senior Accountant: Randy Dalton
  • Production Accountant: Debbie Cottle
  • Assistant Accountant: John Brooks
  • Production Secretary: Austin Gray
  • Production Assistant: Joel Zoch
  • Production Intern: Diana Romaine
  • Children's Teacher: Sandra Gilpin
  • Children's Supervisor: D'Wayne Hull
  • Field Production: Duane Condor
  • Security Coordinator: Jim Elrod
  • EMT Coordinator: Bobby Butler
  • Production Supervisor: Frieda Lipp
  • Editing Supervisor: Robert J. Emerick
  • Associate Directors: Cher Jung, Diane P. Mitchell
  • Music Coordination
  • Jonathan Smith
  • Audio Video and Cameras: Dave Driscoll
  • Videotape Editor: John R. Tierney
  • Electronic Maintenance: Rolf Wahl
  • Make-up: Lee Halls
  • Hair Stylist: Karen Specht
  • Wardrobe: Colleen Roe
  • Facilities by Unitel Video, Inc.
  • Childern's Teacher
  • Sandra Gilpin
  • Field Production
  • Duane Condor
  • "I Love You" Lyrics by Lee Bernstien (BMI)
  • Original Barney, Baby Bop and B,J. costumes by Irene Corey Design Associates
  • For Television Produced By
  • The Lyons Groups
  • Connecticut Public Television
  • Excutive in Charge
  • Richard C. Leach
  • Barney & The Backyard Gang were originally developed by Sheryl Leach, Kathy Parker and Dennis DeShazer
  • Copyright © 1997 • Lyons Partnership, L.P.

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