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Be My Valentine Love, Barney is a Barney Home Video that was released on December 26, 2000.


It's Valentine's Day and the kids are making valentine boxes. A mysterious card arrives in Barney's valentine box, which he explains is from The Queen of Hearts. With a little imagination, Barney and the children head off to visit her castle. They meet The Queen of Hearts and explore the castle. From making silly rhymes and flowers to butterflies, lollipops and decorating valentine cookies, there's fun in every corner. There's even a surprise Valentine's Day party organized by The Queen of Hearts, where Baby Bop and BJ meet up with the others. The group gets dressed up nicely and they have loads of fun. Barney and the kids give a card they made to The Queen of Hearts, which she enjoys. Back at the Treehouse, Barney gives the kids some Valentine cards.

Poems: "Roses are Red"

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  1. "Barney Theme Song"
  2. "The Rainbow Song"
  3. "Just Imagine"
  4. "Castles So High"
  5. "Love is the Reason for Valentine's Day"
  6. "Roses are Red"
  7. "Silly Sounds"
  8. "Laugh With Me!"
  9. "What Makes a Flower So Pretty?"
  10. "Five Little Butterflies"
  11. "If All the Raindrops"
  12. "The Friendship Song"
  13. "Ring Around the Rosie"
  14. "London Bridge"
  15. "The Having Fun Song"
  16. "Love is the Reason for Valentine's Day" (Reprise)
  17. "I Love You"



Behind the scenes


  • This video marked:
    • The first and so far the only Valentine's Day special in the Barney franchise.
    • The first time an episode or home video was re-scored by a different music director prior to release. As evident by the screener, Bob Singleton scored the video first, then Joseph Phillips re-scored the video. This is why both of them were credited in the final version of the video.
    • The final appearances of Kristen and Jill.
    • The only time Kristen appeared with Jill and Stephen with glasses.
    • The first video (and to date the only one until 2004) to use two Wiggles trailers instead of one, and only one released by Lyrick Studios for this case, not only that, it's also the first one where The Wiggles' Lyrick Studios trailers use their updated (Get Ready to Wiggle and Now Available on Home Video from Lyrick Studios) versions
    • The Wiggles previews in this video are We're Dancing with Wags the Dog music video from "Toot Toot!" in the opening previews, and "Romp Bomp A Stomp" music video from "Wake Up Jeff!" in the closing previews.
    • The only video to feature the "Please stay tuned for more important messages and previews at the end of this video!" logo.
  • A different Barney doll is used in this video. It would later be seen again in "Barney's Beach Party" and "Round and Round We Go". This could mean that this video takes place before these 2 videos, since both 3 were filmed at around the same time (early 2000).
  • This video was released after Christmas Day, despite being a Valentines Day video.
  • This video was released on Kwanzaa of that same year.
  • Carol Farabee, the actress who played The Queen of Hearts in this video, also did the voice of Baby Bop in Imagination Island.
  • Besides a different music director, the screener also featured the Season 4 version of the "Barney Theme Song" and a different recording for the Rhyming Machine. 
  • On the coloring page for the DVD of this video, Riff and BJ were in a hot air balloon. However, Riff was not in this video because he was not introduced yet at that time.
  • On February 14, 2001, this video was featured in the Blockbuster Exclusive video, Barney's Valentine Adventure (along with Barney's Magical Musical Adventure).
  • The arrangement for "Just Imagine" done by Joseph Phillips would later be used in Barney's Christmas Star, but with Christmas sounds.
  • The arrangement for "If All the Raindrops" done by Joseph Phillips would later be used starting in Season 7.
  • The arrangement for "If All the Raindrops" done by Bob Singleton sounds similar to the arrangement from Barney Live! In New York City, but it sounds a bit more powerful than before.
  • Production for this video took place in February 2000 as Valentine's Day was celebrated during that month.
  • In the Spanish dub, during the confetti transition for the theme song, a scene from the episode, "Safety First!", is mistakenly shown given the fact it was previously used from the Season 5 intro.
  • This video was released on Alex Saxon's 13th birthday and Christina Burdette's 4th birthday.



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