Barney Live! In New York City (1994)

Video  |   |  Family, Fantasy, Music  |  1 August 1994 (USA)
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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 ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bob West ...
Barney (voice)
Carey Stinson ...
Julie Johnson ...
Baby Bop (voice)
Jeff Ayers ...
Patty Wirtz ...
B.J. (voice)
Jeff Brooks ...
David Voss ...
Ashley Wood ...
John David Bennett ...
Shawn (as John David Bennett II)
Rickey Carter ...
Hope Cervantes ...
Lauren King ...
Corey Lopez ...
Pia Manalo ...


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, BJ, Baby Bop, 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 ... Written by Richard Canipe

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In the performance shown on the video, Tosha (Hope Cervantes) had her hair up, but during rehearsals, she would have her hair down. See more »


After the Please and Thank You number, one camera angle accidentally shows Kelly giving her "Please" sign to a stage hand backstage. See more »


Spun-off from Barney & Friends (1992) See more »


B.J.'s Song
Written by Philip A. Parker
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When I think of the Radiocity Music Hall...
7 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I certainly don't think of a purple dinosaur nor the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles(But that's another review). Since I have watched reviews about this pile of crap on Youtube, I'm gonna give you my two cents on this movie. Are you ready?

The first thing I like to complain about this show is the acting. The acting is as cheesier as a typical cut scene from the CDi video games. The second thing I wanna point out is that there are too many musical numbers. It's like Tom and Jerry the movie, only that this has more pointless musical numbers than Tom and Jerry the movie. The third thing I would like to point out is how utterly retarded Barney is. He doesn't think the Winkster is evil, he agrees with BJ's idiotic plan to play baseball to get the Winkster to watch, putting on a circus instead of coming up with a plan to get his stupid bag back, and even singing a song about how "please" and "thank you" will solve your problems. Yeah right.

I don't know which is worse: Barney live at Radiocity or a bunch of actors in turtle costumes playing with terribly made instruments? I'm choosing both. Don't even thinking about watching this on Youtube.

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