Based on the manga (Japanese graphic novels) of the same name, this OAV is set in Chicago and (Original Animation Video) follows the adventures of expert "wheel man" Bean Bandit and his girlfriend Rally as they become mixed up in an intricate kidnapping plot involving a millionaire and his daughter. Riding Bean's creator, Kenichi Sonada, was heavily influenced by the movie The Blues Brothers. Written by
Christopher E. Meadows <firstname.lastname@example.org>
He doesn't just break the traffic laws, He mangles them!
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Features Bean Bandit and his blonde-haired business partner Rally Vincent. When the "Riding Bean" series was canceled after just one episode, writer and artist Kenichi Sonoda created the manga comic series "Gunsmith Cats" in which the main character is also called Rally Vincent, this time a dark-haired gun shop owner and bounty hunter. Bean Bandit is a regular supporting character in the "Gunsmith Cats" comics, his relationship with Rally altering between ally and enemy. See more
[referring to Bean
That man, he will save my papa, won't he? He's going after the bad guys, so he's a good guy, right?
Really? Does he seem that way to you?
References The Blues Brothers
Music and Lyrics by Phil Perry & David Garfield
Vocals by Phil Perry
Drums by Carlos Vega
Bass by Jimmy Johnson
Keyboards by David Garfield
Guitar by Mike Landau
Background Vocals: Phil Perry (section leader), Paulette Brown, Leslie Smith & Kate Markowitz See more