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Genre  Adventure, Family
Initial DVD release  September 1, 1998
Country  United States Canada (Filming locations)
2.8/10 IMDb

Director  Steve Gomer
Adapted from  Barney & Friends
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Language  English French
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Release date  April 3, 1998 (1998-04-03)
Writer  Stephen White (story), Sheryl Leach (story), Dennis DeShazer (story), Stephen White
Cast  Kyla Pratt (Marcella), Trevor Morgan (Cody), George Hearn, Shirley Douglas, Bob West
Similar movies  Barneys Colorful World (2004)

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Barney's Great Adventure (also known by its promotional title Barney's Great Adventure: The Movie) is a 1998 American musical adventure film based on the children's television series Barney & Friends, featuring the character Barney the Dinosaur. The film was written by Stephen White, directed by Steve Gomer, produced by Sheryl Leach and Lyrick Studios and released by PolyGram Filmed Entertainment on March 27, 1998 in the United States and Canada at the height of Barney's popularity.

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Plot

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Cody (Trevor Morgan), his sister Abby (Diana Rice), their best friend Marcella (Kyla Pratt), and their baby brother Fig are dropped off by their parents for a visit at their grandparents' farm. As Cody is believing that there may be nothing to do at the farm, Abby and Marcella rub a Barney doll in his face. Cody loses his patience and starts a game of "keep-away" by taking the Barney doll and running off with it. The two girls go after Cody, who hides the Barney doll in the shower in the bathroom. The girls catch up with Cody, who tells them to use their imagination and laughs when he thinks that nothing happened. However, the doll comes to life as Barney the Dinosaur takes the girls to play in the barn. Cody refuses to believe in Barney at first, claiming that imagination is just for kids and that real dinosaurs neither talk, nor laugh.

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That night, Cody takes advice from Barney and wishes for a real adventure for that summer, and to do something no one has ever done before. A shooting star deposits a large colorful egg in the barn which Cody discovers in the morning. Barney and the kids go to tell the grandparents about this, but Barney is distracted by Fig's crying. Grandma suggests to Abby and Marcella that they go see Mrs. Goldfinch. Cody finds Barney who has just changed Fig's wet diaper and takes him to see his grandparents. However, Abby and Marcella take Cody and Barney to see Mrs. Goldfinch, who tells them that the egg is a dream maker. Cody accidentally knocks the egg off the table which lands on a birdseed truck. Barney and the others try to recover it through a parade as the egg narrowly avoids being stomped or cracked by the parade's participants as the egg's five colors begin to reveal itself, one color at a time. Barney's friend B.J. catches it when it almost lands on the ground, but accidentally tosses it away. Barney and the gang chase the egg throughout a French restaurant, a circus, and fly through the sky on an airplane to continue their pursuit of the egg which is in a hot air balloon. All the while, Baby Bop is looking for her small, yellow blanket, and B.J. and Baby Bop arrive just in time to see the egg hatch.

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After they return the egg to the barn, it finally hatches into a koala-like being named Twinken who shows everyone Abby's dream and then Barney's. Cody apologizes to Barney for being mean and admits that he thinks he's cool. Barney accepts his apology and tells Cody that he thinks he's cool too and the two share a hug. Twinken shows everyone a magical fireworks display which lands in Barney's arms. Barney begins to sing "I Love You", and everyone else sings with him. Baby Bop gets sleepy, which prompts B.J. to decide that they are ready to go home. The film ends with Twinken sitting right next to Barney, who has reverted to his doll form.

Cast


  • David Joyner as Barney (costume)
  • Bob West as Barney (voice)
  • Trevor Morgan as Cody
  • Diana Rice as Abby
  • Kyla Pratt as Marcella
  • Jeff Ayers as Baby Bop (costume)
  • Julie Johnson as Baby Bop (voice)
  • Jeff Brooks as B.J. (costume)
  • Patty Wirtz as B.J. (voice)
  • George Hearn as Grandpa
  • Shirley Douglas as Grandma
  • David and Edouard Larouche as Baby Fig
  • Renee Madeline Le Guerrier as Mildred Goldfinch
  • Roch Jutras as Mr. Millet
  • Alan Fawcett as Dad
  • Jane Wheeler as Mom
  • Musical numbers in the film

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    1. "Barney – The Song" (main title) – Bernadette Peters
    2. "Do Your Ears Hang Low?" – Barney, Abby, Marcella
    3. "Imagine" – Barney, Abby, Cody, Marcella
    4. "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" – Grandpa
    5. "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" – Barney, Abby, Marcella
    6. "Old McDonald Had a Farm" – Barney, Abby, Marcella
    7. "If You're Happy and You Know It" – Barney
    8. "Who's Inside It?" – Barney, Abby, Cody, Marcella, Mrs. Goldfinch
    9. "Stars and Stripes Forever"
    10. "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" from The Nutcracker
    11. "If All the Raindrops" – Barney
    12. "We're Gonna Find a Way" – Barney, Abby, Cody, Marcella
    13. "I Love You" – Barney, B.J., Baby Bop, Abby, Cody, Marcella, Grandma, Grandpa
    14. "You Can Do Anything" – Stephen Bishop
    15. "Rainbows Follow the Rain" – Colin Boyd
    16. "Barney – The Song (Reprise)" – Bernadette Peters

    Critical reception

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    The film received overwhelmingly negative reviews from film critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film currently has a "Rotten" score of 26%, based on 23 reviews with only 6 fresh reviews, and a rating of a 4.2 out of 10. It was nominated for two awards at the 19th Golden Raspberry Awards: "Worst New Star" and "Worst Original Song", but lost to An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn, though the former award was tied with Ringmaster.

    Box office

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    In its limited release weekend, the film grossed $2,203,865 and ranked #11. A week later, in wide release, it grossed $1,382,373 and ranked #15. By the end of its run, the film grossed $12,218,638 in the domestic box office, almost returning its $15 million budget.

    Home Media

    The movie was released on both VHS & DVD in late 1998.

    References

    Barney's Great Adventure Wikipedia
    Barneys Great Adventure IMDbBarneys Great Adventure Rotten TomatoesBarneys Great Adventure themoviedb.org


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