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Template:Barney Home Videos (New)Barney's Rhyme Time Rhythm is a Barney Home Video that was released on March 21, 2000. On March 15, 2011, it was re-released under a different title named Mother Goose Collection.

PlotEdit

Emily is struggling on writing an original rhyme for school. So, Mother Goose drops by and shows her that you can make rhymes off anything you see. Mother Goose even takes Barney and the kids to her land.

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Song ListEdit

  1. Barney Theme Song
  2. Did You Ever See a Lassie?
  3. Hey Diddle Diddle
  4. I'm Mother Goose
  5. Here Sits the Lord Mayor
  6. Daffy-Down-Dilly
  7. London Bridge
  8. The Coachman
  9. Peter Piper
  10. Humpty Dumpty
  11. The Clock
  12. To Market, To Market
  13. One Two Buckle My Shoe
  14. Donkey, Donkey, Old and Gray
  15. Sheep Medley: Baa, Baa, Black Sheep/Little Boy Blue/Little Bo Peep/Mary Had a Little Lamb
  16. This is the House that Jack Built
  17. The Land of Mother Goose
  18. Mary, Mary Quite Contrary
  19. Goosey, Goose Gander
  20. Little Miss Muffet
  21. Jack Be Nimble
  22. Hickory Dickory Dock
  23. Three Little Kittens
  24. Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater
  25. There was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe
  26. Simple Simon
  27. A Tisket, A Tasket
  28. There was a Little Girl and She Had a Little Curl
  29. Just Like Me
  30. Wynken, Blynken and Nod
  31. Tea Party Medley: Polly Put the Kettle On/Little Jack Horner/The Muffin Man/Pease Porridge Hot/Hot Cross Buns/Hot Boiled Beans/The Queen of Hearts/Pat-A-Cake/Polly Put the Kettle On (Reprise)
  32. Old King Cole
  33. I Saw A Bluebird
  34. I Gave Ice Cream To A Whale
  35. 1 Step, 2 Steps, 3 Steps
  36. Mr. Elephant, Big and Grey
  37. Smiles Are Like Sunshine
  38. I Love You

TriviaEdit

  • This video marked:
  • Unlike its Barney & Friends counterpart (A "Little" Mother Goose), this home video contained Scooter & Ms. Etta's rhymes, Mother Goose land, and a different arrangement of "I Love You" (the episode used Seasons 5-6's version of "I Love You").
  • In the 2011 re-release of this video, the "Barney Home Video" title on the opening silhouette for the Barney Theme Song was removed, and the title card was changed to "Mother Goose Stories". Also, a Bonus Music CD was included.
  • When the coloring/activity book "Alphabet Fun with Mother Goose" was included in the 2011 rerelease, the "Celebrating 10 Years" logo, from the original release of the pad/book, was not removed for this reprint.
  • In this video, Stella's clock from "It's Time for Counting" makes a cameo appearance during "The Clock".
  • The preview for this video is announced by Dean Barnett.
  • On January 16, 2001, this video was featured in the Blockbuster Exclusive video, "Barney's Rockin' Rhyme Time" (along with "Rock with Barney").
  • This video was also included on the 6 Barney DVD learning pack.

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Barney's Super Singing Circus is a Barney Home Video that was released on May 16, 2000.

PlotEdit

When Emily announces that she can't go to the circus on Saturday because of her family's vacation, Barney and his friends put one on. Barney plays ringmaster, while the children perform in many different acts. Meanwhile, BJ waits for his cannon to arrive, but when it turns out to be too small, Scooter McNutty is the one who gets shot out.

CastEdit

Clowns

Song ListEdit

  1. Barney Theme Song
  2. Animal Fair
  3. Puttin' On A Show
  4. When the Circus Comes to Town
  5. The Marching Song
  6. The Rainbow Song
  7. Laugh With Me!
  8. Boom, Boom, Ain't It Great to Be Crazy?
  9. Brushing My Teeth
  10. The Squirrel on the Flying Trapeze
  11. Yankee Doodle
  12. The Exercise Song
  13. Me and My Teddy
  14. When the Circus Comes to Town (Reprise)
  15. I Love You

TriviaEdit

  • This video was originally called "Super-Dee-Duper Circus".
  • The production for this video took place from August 9-20, 1999.
  • This video marked:
  • The title card only calls "Super Singing Circus", even though this video is called "Barney's Super Singing Circus".
  • Kristen returns in this video after being absent for almost a year, since "Barney's Night Before Christmas".
  • This video reveals that
  • David Voss played one of the clowns and The Teddy Bear. This is also another time he portrayed a character.
  • The lyrics to "Me and My Teddy": "You know I'm never really frightened at nighttime. You know I'm not even scared of the dark. 'Cause with my teddy right here alongside me I'm not even scared of a shark!" wasn't used because this song was shortened, most likely in an attempt to save time.
  • On August 23, 2000, this video was featured in the Blockbuster Exclusive video, "Barney's Big Top Fun" (along with "The Exercise Circus!").

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Come on Over to Barney's House is a Barney Home Video that was released on August 15, 2000.

PlotEdit

Barney invites his friends, including the viewer, to his brand new house. Meanwhile, BJ and the Rockets are trying to come up with a new song/dance to go along with it.

CastEdit

Song ListEdit

  1. Imagine a Place
  2. Anything Can Happen
  3. Wee Willie Winkie
  4. Sour Pickle Face
  5. Keep Your Sneeze to Yourself
  6. Blue Jay Blues
  7. Jack and Jill
  8. Surfin' on the World Wide Web
  9. Oh, Where Has My Little Dog Gone?
  10. Look at Me, I'm Three
  11. Barney's Silly Pigs
  12. Pumpernickel
  13. The Dino Dance
  14. I Love You

Promotion Tour Edit

Main Article: Barney's Open House

Barney's Open House was a mall tour that originally toured at different malls in the United States from September 16, 2000 until November 4, 2000. The tour was to promote the home video "Come on Over to Barney's House" and the album, "Barney Rocks".

Book Edit

Main Article: Come On Over To Barney's House!

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