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Director:
Writers:
Rowan Atkinson (characters) &
Richard Curtis (characters) ...
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Release Date:
7 November 1997 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Once in a generation, a motion picture comes along that touches both our hearts and our souls. This is not one of them. See more »
Plot:
The bumbling Mr. Bean travels to America when he is given the responsibility of bringing a highly valuable painting to a Los Angeles museum. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
2 wins See more »
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Bean may not have the magic, that the t.v show had, but it's still a great family film, and miles above, Bean's Holiday. See more (148 total) »

Cast

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Rowan Atkinson ... Mr. Bean

Peter MacNicol ... David Langley

John Mills ... Chairman (as Sir John Mills)

Pamela Reed ... Alison Langley

Harris Yulin ... George Grierson

Burt Reynolds ... General Newton

Larry Drake ... Elmer

Danny Goldring ... Security Buck

Johnny Galecki ... Stingo Wheelie

Chris Ellis ... Det. Butler

Andrew Lawrence ... Kevin Langley

Peter Egan ... Lord Walton

Peter Capaldi ... Gareth
June Brown ... Delilah
Peter James ... Dr. Rosenblum
Clive Corner ... Dr. Cutler

Rob Brownstein ... Dick Journo
Julia Pearlstein ... Phyllis Quill

Tom McGowan ... Walter Merchandise

Sandra Oh ... Bernice Schimmel

Tricia Vessey ... Jennifer Langley
Alison Goldie ... Stewardess Nicely

Dakin Matthews ... Tucker, Passenger
Scott Charles ... Timmy Pewker Jr
Thomas Mills ... Officer Stubbles

Ronnie Yeskel ... Mrs. Goodwoman

Richard Gant ... Lt. Brutus
Priscilla Shanks ... Sylvia Grierson

Richard Hicks ... Kart Pusherman
Gigi Fields ... Nurse Desking
Lela Ivey ... Nurse Pots
David Doty ... Dr. Jacobson

Robert Curtis Brown ... Dr. Frowning (as Robert Curtis-Brown)

April Grace ... Nurse Pans

Perry Anzilotti ... Dr. Squeaking
Janni Brenn ... Nurse Dyper

Annette Helde ... Nurse Gripes
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Richard Irving ... Anxious Man (uncredited)
Chris Lowe ... Passenger (uncredited)
Louis E. Rosas ... Venice Freak (uncredited)
Maridean Mansfield Shepard ... LAX Traveler (uncredited)

Directed by
Mel Smith 
 
Writing credits
Rowan Atkinson (characters) &
Richard Curtis (characters)

Richard Curtis (written by) &
Robin Driscoll (written by)

Produced by
Rowan Atkinson .... executive producer
Peter Bennett-Jones .... producer
Tim Bevan .... producer
Richard Curtis .... executive producer
Eric Fellner .... producer
Rebecca O'Brien .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Howard Goodall 
 
Cinematography by
Francis Kenny 
 
Film Editing by
Chris Blunden  (as Christopher Blunden)
 
Casting by
Ronnie Yeskel 
 
Production Design by
Peter S. Larkin  (as Peter Larkin)
 
Art Direction by
Kevin Constant 
 
Set Decoration by
Bill Gregory 
 
Costume Design by
Hope Hanafin 
 
Makeup Department
Tony Gardner .... special makeup effects artist
Brian McManus .... makeup artist
Emjay Olson .... makeup artist
Rupert Simon .... chief hairdresser
Judy Yonemoto .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Cydney Bernard .... production manager
Deborah Harding .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Trey Batchelor .... first assistant director: second unit
Trey Batchelor .... second assistant director
John Greaves .... second unit director
Cliff Lanning .... second assistant director: UK
Todd Y. Murata .... second assistant director
Michael Zimbrich .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Deana Albers .... on-set dresser
Jason Bartolone .... property maker
Jim Beinke .... special props
Tony Chavez .... propmaker
Andy Evans .... construction manager: UK
Maureen Farley .... property master
Craig Gadsby .... leadman
Tony Gardner .... special props
Gregory S. Hooper .... set designer
Tom Hrupcho .... paint supervisor
Kim Larsen-Santini .... assistant property master (as Kim Larsen)
Theodore Sharps .... set designer
Abigail Sheiner .... art department coordinator
Danielle Quilici .... specialty props (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Robert J. Anderson Jr. .... sound mixer (as Robert Anderson Jr.)
Peter Glossop .... production sound mixer
Matt Grimes .... supervising sound editor
Eddy Joseph .... foley editor
Nick Lowe .... dialogue editor
Kenneth C. Mantlo .... boom operator
Nigel Mills .... adr editor
Nigel Mills .... dialogue editor
Tim Partridge .... dolby sound consultant (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Scott Kodrik .... special effects
Bryan Smith .... lab technician
 
Stunts
Julie Adair .... stunts
Bobby Aldridge .... stunts
Tony Lee Boggs .... stunts (as Tony Boggs)
Tony Brubaker .... stunts (as Anthony Brubaker)
Eddie Fiola .... stunts
Shawn Howell .... stunts
Brandy Johnson .... stunts (as Brandy Johnson-Scharpf)
Max Kleven .... stunts
Keoni Kramer .... stunts (as Keoni G. Kramer)
Gene LeBell .... stunts
Gary Morgan .... stunts
Jane Oshita .... stunts
Chris Palermo .... stunts
Carl Paoli .... stunt double: Mr. Atkinson
Monte Rex Perlin .... stunts
Denise Lynne Roberts .... stunts (as Denise Roberts)
Bill Scharpf .... stunts
Ben Scott .... stunts
John-Clay Scott .... stunts
Lori Scott .... stunts
Walter Scott .... stunt coordinator
Chad Stahelski .... stunts
Gwynn Turnbull .... stunts
Mike Watson .... stunts
Danny Wong .... stunts
Steve Griffin .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeff Case .... key grip
Shawn Duchscherer .... electrician
Suzanne Hanover .... still photographer
David Kagen .... electrician
Joe Kraft .... dolly grip
George Lozano Jr. .... rigging electric
James M. McClure .... electrician (as James McClure)
Michael McCormack .... video assist operator
Ronald W. McLeish .... gaffer (as Ron McLeish)
Roy A. McLeish .... best boy (as Roy McLeish)
Melissa Moseley .... second still photographer
Alexandre Naufel .... set lighting
Bill O'Drobinak .... camera operator: "a" camera
Angelo Orefice .... electrician
Randall Ott .... electrician
Eric Parker .... assistant chief lighting technician
Nick Pearson .... dolly grip: English unit
Gregory Romero .... grip (as Greg Romero)
 
Casting Department
Richard Hicks .... casting associate
John Hubbard .... casting: UK
Ros Hubbard .... casting: UK
Rich King .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mitzi Haralson .... costumer
 
Editorial Department
Paul Ensby .... additional color timer
Steve Farman .... negative cutter
Heidi Freeman .... assistant editor
Steve Maguire .... assistant editor
Julian Pryce .... assistant editor
Lynne Warr .... first assistant editor
William Webb .... additional film editor
 
Music Department
Ronan Keating .... composer: theme song "Picture of You"
Daniel Giorgetti .... music assistant (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Loren Bess .... driver
John Bologa .... driver
Gary Cheek .... driver
Bernard Glavin .... driver
Leon Glavin .... driver
Chris Gorden .... driver
Shane Greedy .... transportation coordinator
Steve Howard .... driver
Tom Neal .... driver (as Tommy Neal)
Don Poole .... driver
Charlie Rothstein .... driver
Tom Stillman .... driver
Robert J. Young .... driver
 
Other crew
Scott Aguilar .... medical consultant
Julianna Arenson .... production accountant
Brad Bell .... assistant location manager
Richard Bellos .... stand-in: Harris Yulin
Gavin Charlton .... sous chef
Lauren Feige .... production assistant
Emma Freud .... script editor
Cori Glazer .... script supervisor
Kurt Greufe .... first assistant accountant
Rachel Holroyd .... legal advisor
Elizabeth Joan Hooper .... assistant production coordinator (as Elizabeth Hooper)
Ian Lyons .... production assistant
Lance Mancuso .... key medic
Liz Matthews .... location manager
Elizabeth Maxwell .... caterer (as Liz Maxwell)
Michael Maxwell .... caterer
Jo McIllece .... production coordinator
Richard M. Newkirk .... stand-in: Mr. MacNicol
Carrie Nicol .... paymaster
Sandra Nixon .... production accountant: UK
Angela Rivet .... production staff
Chris Romberg .... first assistant accountant
Louise Seaman .... assistant accountant: UK
Emma Thomas .... company coordinator
Fran Triefus .... production coordinator
Steven Yudson .... stand-in: Mr. Atkinson
Anthony Genovese .... stand-in: Tom McGowan (uncredited)
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Bean: The Movie" - USA (video box title)
"Bean: The Ultimate Disaster Movie" - Hong Kong (English title)
"Mr. Bean: The Movie" - Canada (English title) (DVD box title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for moments of risque humor
Runtime:
89 min | Canada:85 min (DVD version)
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Aspect Ratio:
1.37 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The sequel Mr. Bean's Holiday (2007) was released a decade after this film.See more »
Goofs:
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): The painting around which the film revolves is referred to universally as "Arrangement in Grey and Black, Portrait Of The Artist's Mother" by art galleries (the first part being Whistler's original title for the painting), not "Portrait of Whistler's Mother".See more »
Quotes:
David Langley:I've given my life to art and from here on in, the only art I will get anywhere near are the pictures I draw on the pavement hoping passersby will throw nickels in my hat. I guess the long on the short of it: I wish I'd never been born.See more »
Movie Connections:
Soundtrack:
I Love L.A.See more »

FAQ

Do The Langley family return or make a cameo in Mr. Bean's Holiday?
Is Peter Capaldi in the film and who does he play?
Who is to blame for the havoc created by Mr. Bean?
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7 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Bean may not have the magic, that the t.v show had, but it's still a great family film, and miles above, Bean's Holiday., 14 January 2010
Author: callanvass

I have always enjoyed Bean. I always thought it was criminally underrated as well. Now let me just state, I did enjoy Bean's Holiday quite a bit, but I was kinda disappointed with it, considering it's suppose to be the last of Bean. Yes it still has too many adapted scenes, from his T.V show, but what I enjoyed about this movie, was the movie itself. Bean is a little different in this one. He's not quite as mean-spirited as he is in the t.v show, in fact he has a big heart, which we rarely see in his t.v show. What really makes a lot of the movie is Rowan&Peter MacNicol's chemistry, together. Rowan of course is the goofy one, with Peter playing the straight man. They play off one another so wonderfully, and give many hilarious moments together. Some may have disliked the changes to having Bean speak a bit in this film, and while they do have a point, I thought it added a little bit of spark to the film, it was different, and gave the film laughs. With so much vulgar comedies out now a days, Bean is a refreshing change of pace.

There are a few vulgar moments, but it's all good-natured. The funniest of the scenes in my opinion, had to be when Bean goes to turn the taps on, and splashes water on his pants, to where it looks like he's Peed himself. I won't spoil the rest, but rest assured, it's a screamer. What I also enjoyed more about Bean, then Bean's Holiday was it's much more like the t.v show, then the sequel was. Bean's Holiday never really felt like Bean, besides Bean had the most important ingredient in the ending, we got to see Teddy!. Bean is light-hearted, with great slapstick all around. I'll take anything of Bean I can get, which is why I enjoyed Bean's holiday, more than I should have.

Performances. Rowan Atkinson is terrific as Bean. He's added another pro to his Bean shtick, speaking!. I thought having him speak, would ruin a lot of the experience. Thankfully it gave the film a lot of laughs. Peter MacNicol is a very multi talented person. Here he plays a wonderful straight man, with some of the film's funniest lines. He was just as big a key as Rowan was. Pamela Reed does fine with what she had to do as the wife. Burt Reynolds has a hilarious cameo, as the general. Andrew Lawrence is actually decent as Kevin. As I have stated in many review, I hate kid actors, but he was rather likable. Harris Yulin is a likable character actor. Here he is great as Mr.Grierson. Tricia Vessey is highly unlikable as Jennifer. I found it very hard to garner any sympathy from her. Richard Gant is hilarious as the detective, and stole many of the scenes he was in. Sandra Oh and Larry Drake have small roles.

Bottom Line. Bean is the perfect family entertainment. Fellow Bean fanatics will find much to enjoy, and people who aren't too familiar with Bean's humor, this would probably be a good starting point for you. Highly recommended.

8/10

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