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Imagination Island (also known as "Bedtime with Barney: Imagination Island") is a Barney Special. It originally aired on NBC on April 24, 1994. It was later released on home video on October 4, 1994.


Min and Tosha are having a sleepover and Tosha's Mom reads them a story about a mystical place called "Imagination Island", but orders them to fall asleep after five minutes. When Barney comes to life, he shows the two girls that they can go on a sailing adventure, if they use their imaginations. With that, Barney mystically takes them on deck aboard a huge ship destined for Imagination Island. Along the way, they meet up with Shawn, Derek, Baby Bop, and BJ. There's just one problem. As everyone's getting close to the island, a big storm comes and a huge tidal wave knocks the ship up into some palm trees on the island. While Baby Bop and BJ stay on the ship, Barney and the children go explore the island. With no civilization on the island, cities or ships patrolling the seas in the distance, Barney and the children eventually decide that they must find some help to get off the island. After hikes, patrols and searching they eventually find a tropical house. There they meet Professor Tinkerputt, a toy inventor who doesn't like to share his creations and thus moved to Imagination Island to be alone with his toys. Demonstrating his new balloon maker, Barney helps him realize that sharing is a good thing. As a demonstration to sharing Tosha decides to give Tinkerputt her necklace in order to fix a flaw in his machine; thus making it a success. Then Tinkerputt starts sharing many of his creations and agrees to help the explorers find their way off the island. After a moment of thinking Tinkerputt gets an idea of how to get the ship out of the trees. They can fly back with the balloons! Tinkerputt takes control of the ship and the ship flies up to the sky. Hours later the ship reaches back home and after everyone leaves, the ship supposedly heads to a new toy factory away from the island.

Stories: Imagination Island



Song ListEdit

  1. Just Imagine
  2. Sailing Medley: Sailing, Sailing/Row, Row, Row Your Boat/Sailing, Sailing (Reprise #1)/Blow the Man Down/Sailing, Sailing (Reprise #2)/My Blankey Lies Over the Ocean/Sailing, Sailing (Reprise #3)/A Sailor Went To Sea, Sea, Sea/Sailing, Sailing (Reprise #4/Finale)
  3. That's What an Island Is
  4. Jungle Adventure
  5. Tinkerputt's Song
  6. If You're Happy and You Know It
  7. Just Imagine (Reprise)
  8. It's Good to Be Home

Book Edit

Main Article: Barney's Imagination Island


  • This special was filmed before "Barney Live! In New York City" was performed.
  • This special marked:
    • Another time something happens to the Barney doll before coming to life.
    • The final appearance of Derek as a regular cast member.
    • Another time "Time Lapse" is used. It was Baby Bop
    • The first appearance of Professor Tinkerputt.
  • Due to the 1994 lawsuit, I Love You wasn't performed in this special.
  • The home video releases claim that the special contains the song "Our Friend Barney Had a Boat". That song was never sung in this special, not even during its original air date.
  • Some of the songs featured in the special are included on the Barney's Favorites Vol. 2 album. The songs are "Just Imagine", "Jungle Adventure", "Sailing Medley", "Tinkerputt's Song", and the reprise of "Just Imagine".
  • Although the Barney Theme Song doesn't appear in this special, it is heard as an underscore when Barney fixes Tosha's bed, and greets Tosha and Min.
  • In this special, Carol Farabee does Baby Bop's speaking voice, while Julie Johnson does her singing voice.
  • The names that Professor Tinkerputt says incorrectly while writing the guest-book are Ferdinand (Derek), Elvira (Min), Rupert (Shawn), Katrinka (Tosha) and Rex (Barney).
  • On April 12, 2002, this special was featured in the Blockbuster Exclusive video, "Barney's Island Safari" (along with "Let's Go to the Zoo").
  • On the original NBC airing, an extended shot of Professor Tinkerputt looking out the window door accompanied with the last few notes of Pop Goes the Weasel, was used. This short clip was edited out of all home video releases.

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Barney's Talent Show is a Barney Home Video that was released on March 26, 1996.


Barney and the kids put on a talent show, with a big one performing a number of songs with others or solo, and some of the kids getting their moment in the spotlight as well even though Stephen has stage fright by himself. Plenty of great costumes and sets, with songs ranging. Even heavier than usual in its music content, this Barney video will delight kids who like to sing-along.



  1. Barney Theme Song
  2. Sarasponda
  3. Puttin' On A Show
  4. Min's Flapper Song
  5. Puttin' On A Show (Reprise)
  6. The More We Share Together (Tune: The More We Get Together)
  7. Wild Wild West Medley (Get Along Little Doggies/Home on the Range/Buffalo Gals)
  8. Alouette
  9. Blue Danube Waltz
  10. Down By the Bay
  11. A Frog Went A-Wooing Go
  12. Mexican Hat Dance (La Raspa)
  13. Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-Dee-Ay
  14. Happy Dancin'
  15. We've Got Shoes
  16. Puttin' On A Show (Finale)
  17. I Love You


  • This video marked:
    • The first time Stephen is a main character, as well as his first home video.
    • Another time something happens to the Barney doll before coming to life. It was the Barney doll hiding in a cardboard box.
    • In the original 1996 VHS release of this video, the Barney Home Video Classic Collection Logo has low pitched music.
    • The only time Ashley and Alissa appeared with Min and Jason.
  • Although this video was released in 1996, you can actually see "Copyright 1995 Lyons Partnership, L.P." at the end of the credits. This may mean that this video was produced in 1995.



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