Barney's Great Adventure


1h 15m 1998

Brief Synopsis

Feature film based on the popular children's television show character, Barney - a purple tyrannosaurus.

Film Details

Also Known As
Barney: The Movie
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1998
Production Company
Ben Myron Productions; Computercafe, Inc.; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Polygram Filmed Entertainment; Polygram Filmed Entertainment; Title House, Inc.
Distribution Company
Polygram Filmed Entertainment; 20th Century Fox International; Monopole Pathe Films Ag; Polygram Filmed Entertainment; Shaw Organization
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 15m

Synopsis

Feature film based on the popular children's television show character, Barney - a purple tyrannosaurus.

Crew

Larry Aeschlmann

Barney Costume Technician

Mark Allan

Titles/Opticals

Anne Alloucherie

Assistant Director

Denis Ampleman

Sculptures

Max W Anderson

Visual Effects Supervisor

Georges Archambault

2nd Unit Director Of Photography (2nd Unit)

Martin Avitia

Titles/Opticals

John Beal

Song ("Pick 'Em Up")

Kim Berlin

Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

Kimberley Berlin

Assistant Director

Lee Bernstein

Song ("I Love You (Traditional)")

Stephen Bishop

Song

Stephen Bishop

Song Performer ("You Can Do Anything")

Larry Blank

Song Arranger ("Barney--The Song")

Leslie Bloome

Foley Walker

Marie-josee Bourassa

Assistant Director

Colin Boyd

Song Performer ("Rainbow'S Follow The Rain")

Mike Bozulich

Modelling/Animation

Bruce Brown

Other

Debra Brown

Choreography

Blake Busby

Titles/Opticals

Jean Cardinal

Animal Wrangler

Denis Chamberland

Unit Manager

Francesca Chamberland

Costume Designer

Martha Chang

Co-Executive Producer

Olivier Chouinard

Assistant Director

Tim Cissell

Music Consultant

Michelle Claiborne

Publicist (Polygram)

Tim Clott

Song ("Rainbow'S Follow The Rain")

Dave Cobb

Barney Costume Technician

David A. Cohen

Adr Editor

Don Cohen

Location Sound Recordist

Johanne Cullen

Storyboard Artist (Montreal)

Rene Daigle

Camera Operator (2nd Unit)

Gilles David

Head Sculptor

Anne Laure Debay

Script Supervisor (2nd Unit)

Gregory Decamp

Film Scanning/Recording

Dennis Deshazer

From Story

Dennis Deshazer

Producer

Dennis Deshazer

From Character

Jacqueline Dinsmore

Production Coordinator

Sylvaine Dufaux

Camera Operator (2nd Unit)

Rene Dupere

Song ("Who'S Inside It?")

Ezra Dweck

Re-Recording Mixer

Sean Dwyer

Assistant Director

Sean Dwyer

Assistant Director

David Ebner

Technical Director/Animation

Bram Eisenthal

Publicist (Bloster)

Alan Elson

Barney Costume Technician

Steve Fontano

Foley Mixer

Jean Frenette

Stunt Coordinator (2nd Unit)

Ira Friedlander

Additional Digital Film Services

David Friedman

Songs ("Imagine" "We'Re Gonna Find A Way")

Leo Friedman

Song ("Let Me Call You Sweeetheart")

Kathi Galloway

Other

Francois Gauthier

Horse Wrangler

Gilbert Gonzales

Other

Karl Gosselin

Animatronics; Key Animatronic

Ronny Gosselin

Props Coordinator (Special Effects)

Ronny Gosselin

Key Model Maker (Special Effects)

Gary Hall

Visual Effects Production

Richard Halsey

Editor

Richard Halsey

2nd Unit Consultant (2nd Unit)

Jason Hanel

Film Scanning/Recording

Chris Hayes

Camera Operator

Jerry Herman

Song ("Barney--The Song")

Robert Hoffman

Post-Production Supervisor

Oliver Hotz

Compositing/Animation

Vincent Jefferds

Production Designer

Jeff Jones

Song ("You Can Do Anything")

Louis Klein

Digital Effects Animator

Ronna Kress

Casting (Montreal)

Claude Lafrance

Other

Diane Lamothe

Set Decorator

Melanie Lavoie

Kids Wrangler

Sheryl Leach

Characters As Source Material

Sheryl Leach

From Story

Sheryl Leach

Producer

James Lebrecht

Sound Designer/Supervisor

Patrick Lee

Other

Haidee Lefebvre

Production Coordinator (2nd Unit)

Stephane Lefebvre

Stunt Coordinator

Marie-claire Leflauguais

Special Effects Coordinator

Julie Lindner

Dialogue Editor

Ted S Lo

Post-Production Coordinator

Tommy Lockett

Music Editor

Russell Mack

Publicist (Lyric Studios)

Richard Marsan

Unit Manager (2nd Unit)

Chris Mcgeary

Supervisor

William Mcnully

Barney Costume Technician

Mona Medawar

Script Supervisor

Ron Mezey

Assistant Director

Vera Miller

Casting (Elite Productions/Montreal)

Kama Moiha

Compositing/Animation

Marnie Moore

Foley Walker

Michael G Morgan

Orchestra Conductor

Ben Myron

Executive Producer

Jesse Newman

Motion Consultant (Additional Special Visual Effects)

Collin Niemi

Art Director

Michele Nolet

Key Set Decorator

Andre Normandin

Unit Manager

Marie Lyne Normandin

Key Hair Stylist

Allan Ross Oliver

Digital Effects Animator

David Parker

Re-Recording Mixer

Kathy Parker

From Character

Van Dyke Parks

Music

Kelly Patterson

Assistant Director

Stephen Paul

Song ("Pick 'Em Up")

Bernadette Peters

Song Performer ("Barney--The Song")

Joseph K Phillips

Music Consultant

Marie-angele Protat

Key Makeup Artist

Marie-agnes Reeves

Graphic Artist

Bryant Reif

Compositing/Animation

Jan Rhees

Executive Music Producer

Frank Rinella

Foley Recordist

Denise Rohr

Other

Barbara Rothstein

Songs ("Imagine" "We'Re Gonna Find A Way")

Jim Rowley

Co-Producer

Dan Sadamune

Digital Effects Animator

Chuck Schuman

Director Of Photography (Visual Effects)

Michael Sinelnikoff

Song ("Who'S Inside It?")

Sandi Sissel

Director Of Photography

Jeff W Smith

Digital Effects Animator

Jennifer Smith

Titles/Opticals

John Philip Sousa

Song ("Stars And Stripes Forever")

Matthew Spiro

Foley Editor

Ed Svetlik

Key Digital Effects Animator

Francois Sylvestre

Unit Production Manager

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Music ("Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy (From 'Nutcracker Ballet')")

Madeleine Tremblay

Wardrobe Mistress

Catherine Veaux-logeat

Script Supervisor (2nd Unit)

Antonio Vidosa

Special Effects Key

Sylvie Vincent

Location Manager

Jennifer Ware

Sound Effects Editor

Brian Watson

Digital Effects Animator

Simon Webb

Associate Editor

Simon Webb

Editor

Vicki Weimer

Additional Special Visual Effects Producer

Stephen White

From Story

Stephen White

Screenwriter

Sherry Whitfield

Music Editor

Beth Slater Whitson

Song ("Let Me Call You Sweeetheart")

Tom Williamson

Effects Supervisor/Compositing

Anthony Zierhut

Storyboard Artist (Los Angeles)

Franco Zoccali

Barney Puppeteer

Film Details

Also Known As
Barney: The Movie
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1998
Production Company
Ben Myron Productions; Computercafe, Inc.; Pacific Title & Art Studio; Polygram Filmed Entertainment; Polygram Filmed Entertainment; Title House, Inc.
Distribution Company
Polygram Filmed Entertainment; 20th Century Fox International; Monopole Pathe Films Ag; Polygram Filmed Entertainment; Shaw Organization
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 15m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring April 3, 1998

Released in United States March 1998

Project was previously in development with David Geffen and Warner Bros.

Completed shooting October 14, 1997.

Began shooting July 14, 1997.

Released in United States Spring April 3, 1998

Released in United States March 1998 (Shown in New York City (Radio City Music Hall) March 27-30, 1998.)