|Barney Home Video|
|Barney's Halloween Party|
|Release Date||August 18, 1998|
|Available on DVD||Yes|
|Written by||Stephen White|
|Directed by||Steven Feldman|
Barney's Big Surprise
Barney's Great Adventure
Barney's Halloween Party is a Barney Home Video released on August 18, 1998. It was later rereleased on September 1, 2009. It also appeared on the "Children's Favorites: Halloween Treats" DVD.
It’s Halloween and Barney and the kids are decorating the gym for an exciting party at the school. From Indian corn to smiling jack-o-lanterns, the gym is aglow with the colors of fall. Meanwhile, BJ and Baby Bop are putting the final touches on their costumes as they get ready for a fun-filled night of trick-or-treating. Finally, evening arrives, the party begins, and the trick-or-treaters set out to search for goodies. Unfortunately, after a full night of trying, BJ comes up just a bit empty-handed. But when he and Baby Bop return to school, they soon find out that their friends have plenty of goodies and surprises waiting for them. Sometimes, the best treats at Halloween are good friends.
- Barney (Cowboy)
- Baby Bop (Fairy Princess)
- BJ (Captain Pickles)
- Curtis (Airplane pilot)
- Hannah (Anny)
- Stephen (King)
- Keesha (Ballerina)
- Ashley (Penguin 1) (cameo)
- Alissa (Penguin 2) (cameo)
- Mr. Boyd (Pirate)
- Miss Kepler (Planet)
- Farmer Dooley (Scarecrow) (debut)
- Mrs. Pennypacker (debut)
- Barney Theme Song
- It's Halloween Night Tonight
- Pop Goes The Weasel
- I Like Autumn
- So Many Pumpkins
- Icky, Squishy, Gooey, Ooey
- Itsy Bitsy Spider
- Itsy Bitsy Spider (Reprise)
- Five Little Owls
- What I Want to Be
- It's Halloween Night Tonight (Reprise)
- A Big Parade of Costumes
- Toss It in a Window
- It's C-C-C-Cold BRRRR!
- One, Two, That's What You Do
- I Love You
- The Barney costume in "Barney's Pajama Party".
- Excluding Barney's Great Adventure, this episode/home video marks the final time that Sheryl Leach (co-creator) serves as an executive producer. Dennis DeShazer will stay executive producer until the end of the second generation.
- This is the last uses of the Season 4 versions of The Barney Theme Song and I Love You.
- Four of these kids (Curtis, Stephen, Hannah, and Ashley) also appeared in Walk Around the Block with Barney.
- This is the first home video that Mr. Boyd appears in.
- This marks the first appearances of Farmer Dooley and Miss Pennypacker. Farmer Dooley would later reappear in the Season 9 home video "Let's Go To The Farm", and Miss Pennypacker would later reappear in the Season 5 home video Walk Around the Block with Barney, where she appears with Barney.
- This is the first time Stephen is seen with his haircut. He would remain that way until his last appearance in You Can Be Anything.
- This is the second home video to use the musical arrangements and background music from Season 4-6. The only other home videos to do so were Camp WannaRunnaRound, Barney's First Adventures, Walk Around the Block with Barney, Let's Play School, and Barney's Rhyme Time Rhythm.
- During the song, A Big Parade of Costumes, one of the kids in the background of the stage is wearing the same cheerleading uniform as Luci wears on Carnival of Numbers, and the uniform was seen in Are We There Yet?
- This is the last video to use one of the 1997 Barney costumes.
- When BJ says "Thanks Mrs. Pennypacker" you can see that Baby Bop lip syncs the exact same words.
- Three of these kids (Stephen, Hannah and Keesha) also appeared in Barney's Night Before Christmas with Robert.
- This Video was actually filmed in 1997. Because Barney's Season 4 costume is still used, the kids look smaller than they do now and The Barney theme song is still in it's season 4 version.
- During the end credits, Baby Bop's name was mispelled "Baby Bob."