|Barney Home Video|
|Be My Valentine, Love Barney|
|Release Date||December 26, 2000|
|Available on DVD||Yes|
|Written by||Sandra J. Payne|
|Directed by||Fred Holmes|
Come on Over to Barney's House
Barney's Musical Castle
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 his friends head off to visit her castle. They meet the Queen of Hearts and explore the castle. From making cookies and watching butterflies to making silly rhymes, there's fun in every corner. There's even a surprise Valentine's Day party organized by the Queen of Hearts, where B.J. and Baby Bop 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 Valentines cards.
- Barney Theme Song
- The Rainbow Song
- Just Imagine
- Castles So High
- Love Is The Reason For Valentine's Day
- Silly Sounds
- Laugh With Me!
- What Makes a Flower So Pretty?
- Five Little Butterflies
- If All the Raindrops
- The Friendship Song
- Ring Around The Rosie
- London Bridge
- The Having Fun Song
- Love Is The Reason For Valentine's Day (Reprise)
- I Love You
- Barney (Voice: Duncan Brannan/Tim Dever; Costume: David Joyner)
- Baby Bop (Voice: Julie Johnson; Costume: Jeff Ayers) (cameo)
- BJ (Voice: Patty Wirtz; Costume: Jeff Brooks) (cameo)
- Jeff (Austin Ball)
- Jill (Lana Whittington)
- Kristen (Sara Hickman)
- Keesha (Mera Baker)
- Stephen (Chase Gallatin)
- The Queen Of Hearts (Carol Farabee) (only appearance)
- Pages (Sam Austin, Steve Barcus, Al Castro, Marc Hebert, Douglas Miller, Derik Webb) (only appearance)
- So far, this is the only Valentine's Day special in the Barney franchise.
- This home video marks the last appearances of Kristen and Jill and the only time they appear together.
- Carol Farabee the actress who played the queen of hearts in this video, also did the voice of Baby Bop in Imagination Island.
- This group (Jeff, Keesha, Kristen and Stephen) would also appear in Trading Places.
- This is the first video for the Second Generation to use the Season 6 version of Season 2's I Love You.