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Walk Around The Block With Barney is a 1999 direct-to-video Barney Home Video that was released on May 4, 1999.

Plot

The video starts with Curtis and Hannah looking at the bulletin board and they realize that the theme is about neighborhoods. Then, Barney comes to life and he sings "Being Together". Later, Ashley and Stephen join them in singing the song, and then, a woman named Debra just visited the school for a delivery. Later, she expresses that her customers wouldn't be happy as they were as the other boxes had their addresses fell off. Soon, Barney tells her that he and the kids could help her bring the boxes to a specific place by reading what is inside. Soon, Debra gives them the packages without addresses and then she leaves to go back to work. BJ comes in and asks if the boxes were presents; then Barney refuses. Soon, Baby Bop comes with her wagon, and then, Barney and the kids put the boxes into Baby Bop's wagon. They discuss about road safety by singing "Walk Across the Street".

As Barney and the kids begin to deliver the boxes to the neighborhood; Baby Bop and BJ choose to stay in the treehouse until Debra comes back for a surprise. The first box that they delivered consisted of baking materials and it was brought to Mr. Cannoli's Bakery, then, they brought a box of a brush, mirror, and a shampoo to Miss Bouffant's Barber Shop. While Barney and the kids deliver packages consisting of tickets and books to the Movie Theater and Library respectively, Baby Bop asks BJ if she could talk on the treehouse telephone, but then BJ knows that there is a telephone in the lookout. Later, Miss Marigold's Flower Shop comes over to the neighborhood and Barney and the kids give her the package of flowers. Then, they bring a box of menus to the PB&J Cafe, and then, they eat kinds of bread, and finally, they brought a box of fruits to Mr. Green's Grocery Store. Soon, Barney and the kids return to the playground and Debra asks them if they delivered all the packages; then BJ and Baby Bop finally get to ask Debra where could the surprise be; and it was at the school entrance. Debra reveals that these were leftover boxes from the delivery center where she worked and she tells the kids that it is theirs to keep. Because Baby Bop wanted to visit the neighborhood and the kids wanted to play with the empty boxes at the same time, Barney tells them that they need a little imagination; so BJ and the kids wear a tae kwon do uniform while making their own neighborhood as they sing "The Land of Make-Believe". The kids give BJ and Baby Bop a bag of cookies and a bouquet of flowers and then they leave; and the kids have fun playing in their own neighborhood as the video ends.

Cast

Songs

  1. Barney Theme Song
  2. Being Together
  3. Bumpin' Up and Down
  4. Walk Across the Street
  5. Walk Around the Block
  6. The Muffin Man/Hot Cross Buns/Pat-A-Cake/The Muffin Man (Reprise)
  7. Does Your Hair Hang Low?
  8. What Makes a Flower So Pretty?
  9. Pumpernickel
  10. Rig a Jig, Jig
  11. Ten Little Groceries
  12. The Land of Make-Believe
  13. Walk Around the Block (Reprise)
  14. I Love You

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Behind the scenes

Stills

Trivia

  • This video marked:
  • The songs, Lookin' Round My Neighborhood, My Yellow Blankey, and Clean Up, can be heard as underscores in this video.
  • This video revealed that Ricardo is a friend of Stephen.
  • Mr. Novak also made an appearance for real, while Barney was pretending to be him in "Hi, Neighbor!".
  • Ashley wears the same shirt from It's Tradition.
  • Various magazines such as Girl's Life can be spotted in the salon scene.
  • Three of the kids (Curtis, Ashley, and Hannah) also appeared in Books Are Fun! with Robert.
  • In the closing scene, Stephen wears glasses as he was dressed up as a grocer. He does not wear real ones until Excellent Exercise!.
  • On September 12, 2002, this video was featured in the Blockbuster Exclusive video, Going Places with Barney (along with You Can Be Anything).
  • This video aired 7 years after "Hi, Neighbor!" aired, and coincidentally it also has a theme about neighborhoods.
  • Production for this video took place in October 1998.
  • The Spanish dub of this video's release has two different titles. The VHS release is titled "Paseando con Barney por el Vecindario" which translates to English as "Stroll with Barney Around the Neighborhood" while the DVD release is titled "A Dar la Vuelta con Barney", translating to "Turn Around with Barney".

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Outtakes



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Original releases

Barney Live! In New York CityImagination IslandBarney's Talent ShowBarney's Fun & GamesBarney's 1-2-3-4 SeasonsOnce Upon A TimeBarney's Sense-Sational DayCamp WannarunnaroundBarney's Adventure BusBarney's Good Day, Good NightIt's Time For CountingBarney in Outer SpaceBarney's Big SurpriseBarney's Halloween PartyWhat A World We ShareWalk Around The Block With BarneyLet's Play School

DVD only releases

Barney's Night Before ChristmasMore Barney SongsBarney's Rhyme Time RhythmBarney's Super Singing CircusCome on Over to Barney's HouseI Love My Friends

Re-releases

Barney's Magical Musical AdventureBarney in ConcertCampfire Sing-AlongBarney Goes To SchoolRock with BarneyBarney's Alphabet ZooBarney's Musical Scrapbook

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