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Kids World's Adventures of It's Time for Counting is another upcoming Kids World/Barney crossover film by 20th Universal Goodtimes Century Paramount Productions. It appeared on YouTube.

PlotEdit

When numbers are missing off Stella's clock, Barney, Ryan, Pooh, Littlefoot, Bobby, Stan, Ash, and the rest of the gang help search for the missing numbers. So off to the library, where they read some classic children's stories. When the all the numbers are returned to the clock, Stella has a very special surprise for Barney, Ryan, Pooh, Littlefoot, Bobby, Stan, Ash, and the rest of their friends!

Song ListEdit

  1. Barney Theme Song (remix/remake)
  2. A Hunting We Will Go
  3. A Great Day for Counting
  4. The Library
  5. The Gaggle, Giggle, Wiggle Dance
  6. My Yellow Blankey
  7. Here, Kitty Kitty
  8. Books are Fun!
  9. You Can Count on Me
  10. Look at Me, I'm Three
  11. Farm Song Medley (Little Bo Peep, Little Boy Blue, My Clever Hen, and Hickety Pickety)
  12. In Our Family
  13. I Love You (remix/remake)

CastEdit

  • Barney
  • Baby Bop
  • Bobby
  • Cindy
  • Oliver
  • Kim
  • Curtis
  • Kristen
  • Ashley
  • Robert
  • Stella the Storyteller
  • Booker T. Bookworm (debut)
  • Stella's Dozen Cousins:
    • Bella
    • Chella
    • Della
    • Ella
    • Lella
    • Mella
    • Nella
    • Pella
    • Vella
    • A Capella
    • Umbrella
    • Cousin Fella
  • Plus Many More!

StoriesEdit

  1. The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs
  2. Belling the Cat
  3. The Turnip

TriviaEdit

  • This film was a request by 20th Universal Goodtimes Century Paramount Productions.
  • Millicent, DJ, Stepahie, Michelle, Malcolm, Mallory, Resse, Renee, Dewey, Daisy, Richelle, Reese Ambler, Rydell, Becky, Dylan and their friends, Leo Little, Amy, Earl Sinclair and his family, Dr. Alan Grant and his friends (from Jurassic Park), Dennis the Menace and his friends (including Gina Gillotti {from the Dennis he Menace films}), Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Scrappy-Doo, Fred, Daphne, Velma (from the Scooby Doo films), the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the rest of their characters will guest star in this film.
  • This is the first appearance of Booker T. Bookworm.
  • This was the last time Josh Martin performed Barney.
  • Lee Clark played the Baby Bop costume for this video
  • Brice Armstrong, the actor that portrays Miss Etta Kette on the television series, provides the voice for Beauregard the Cat. 
  • Although this video was released in 1998-2000, the end credits say 1997, meaning it was produced that year.
  • When Barney is taking a picture of Stella and her cousins, you can hear one of them say "sneeze."

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