|Barney Home Video|
|Barney's Fun & Games|
|Release Date||May 21, 1996|
|Written by||Mark S. Bernthal|
|Directed by||Clark Santee|
|Run Time||48 Minutes|
Barney's Talent Show
Barney's Exercise Circus / Barney's Parade of Numbers
Barney's Fun & Games is a Barney Home Video that was released on May 21, 1996.
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, the kids turn the crank and out comes one big game board filled with fun and surprises!
- Barney (Voice: Bob West, Costume: David Joyner)
- Baby Bop (Voice: Julie Johnson, Costume: Jeff Ayers)
- BJ (Voice: Patty Wirtz, Costume: Jeff Brooks)
- Min (Pia Manalo)
- Jason (Kurt Dykhuizen)
- Jesse (Dean deLuna)
- Kristen (Sara Hickman) (debut)
- Barney Theme Song
- My Family's Just Right for Me
- Hippity Hop to the Barber Shop
- That's Hats
- Help Protect the Earth
- The Barney Bag
- A Tisket, A Tasket
- Number Limbo
- Carnival of Numbers
- Silly Sounds
- Roll Over
- The Airplane Song
- My Yellow Blankey
- I Love You
- This video marked:
- Jesse's only appearance.
- The first appearance of Kristen.
- The first appearance of the 1996 Baby Bop and BJ costume.
- The first Barney Home Video to feature The Barney Bag. The next one would be Barney's Good Day, Good Night.
- The last appearance of Min. She later returns in Sing and Dance with Barney and Read with Me, Dance with Me.
- The final time Barney and the kids (along with BJ and Baby Bop) sang both verses of the song, Starting with Barney's 1-2-3-4 Seasons, Barney singing one verse by himself was made permanent.
- The only time Kristen appeared with Min and Jason.
- On the cover of the Spanish dub of this video (La Maravilosa Máquina de Juegos) it incorrectly lists "The Baby Bop Hop" (or Saltando con Baby Bop) on the song list (Presumably a goof on Tycoon's (The at the time Spanish distributors) part since the dub came out a few years after the video got produced and released)
- The early prints featured the The Baby Bop Hop listed on the back cover but it was not sung in the video. When the tape was reprinted in 1998 it was later removed from the song list. When the VHS was re-release in 2000, the song was put back in the song list.
- The cover spines in the early prints have the 1995 Barney Home Video Logo while later reprints uses the 1996 logo.
- The Carnival of Numbers scene with the ball toss carnival game is exactly the same as the most recent arcade redemption game from Leisure and Allied Industries (LAI) called Hyper Pitch. This Hyper Pitch game describes as a player tosses a baseball as fast as he/she can and try to aim as closer to the bullseye as possible for higher points.