|Barney & Friends Episode|
|The Treasure Of Rainbow Beard|
|Season 1, Episode 7|
|Air date||April 14, 1992|
|Written by||Stephen White|
|Directed by||Jim Rowley|
|Theme||Colors and Shapes|
Four Seasons Day
Imagine the surprise when "Rainbow Beard," the wondrous but not-that-scary pirate comes whooshing out of a magic bottle! He promises a treasure chest full of fun if Barney & Friends follow the clues on a mysterious map. And the clues couldn't be more fun! They're a half-dozen games that involve shapes and colors and music and rhymes. Matching and mixing those shapes and colors is the adventure that unlocks the treasure. And unlocks a load of delight!
- Barney Theme Song
- A Hunting We Will Go
- And the Green Grass Grows All Around
- Frere Jacques
- Painting the Shapes
- Old Brass Wagon
- The Barney Bag
- Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
- The Rainbow Song
- I Love You
- This episode was released in Barney's Colors & Shapes, along with "Red, Blue And Circles Too!"
- Stephen White plays Rainbow Beard the Pirate in this episode.
- The bottom of the magic bottle can be seen before Barney pulls it out of the book.
- When Barney pulls the magic bottle out of the book, it is quite apparent that the book is filled with blank pages.
- The bottle containing the map was actually a leather-wrapped chianti bottle that Stephen White purchased from a garage sale.
- This is also the only episode to feature Barney on the tire swing with a rainbow appearing above him on it, (like in the ending of the theme song).
- In dubbed versions, "And the Green Grass Grows All Around" was cut. "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" was sung, but shortened.
- In the Hachaverim Shel Barney version, Barney wasn't seen or heard coming to life. In that same version, all of the songs were a semitone lower except for the Barney Theme Song. In addition, "Old Brass Wagon" wasn't sung but can be heard as an underscore.