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It is unknown as to how Stingo relates to Jennifer, It was and is never mentioned as to what relationship he was! Jennifer never really addressed to either Mr. Bean or her family about him! For all we know, he could just have been a high school friend, or maybe, perhaps a boyfriend after all! All we ever saw of him was when he was riding the Death Trap Motorcycle that Jennifer would have an accident on!
Bean's unorthodox arrival at the gallery worries many of David's colleagues, particularly his boss, George Grierson , who subtly warns David that he will be responsible for Bean's actions at the unveiling of the painting, but David promises that he can handle Bean, convinced that he is merely a little eccentric. Furthermore, as mentioned by Grierson, Bean was David's choice of scholar in the end; the gallery in London may have sent Bean over, but he didn't have to keep him
David Langley may had been partly responsible for Mr. Bean's actions and Mr. Bean is also accountable for his own actions. But, Mr. Bean's employers at the National Gallery are the real people to blame and they should had taken full responsibility over Mr. Bean, because they decided to send Mr. Bean instead of a proper art scholar and lied to David Langley in the letter about Bean and they had wanted to rid themselves of Bean and his unintentional turmoil and they did not care, that his behavior, clumsiness and unintentional turmoil would threaten Whistler's Mother, as well as David's marriage. If Bean's plan to replace the painting with the poster had failed and backfired. Langley would had lost his job as the curator, Mr. Bean may had been charged with property damage and Bean's employers at the National Gallery of England may had got sued and they would had to accept full responsibility for Mr. Bean damaging the head of the painting.
It's uncertain. It may be set after "Hair by Mr. Bean of London" which saw Mr. Bean in a mailbag put on a train to Moscow. If it is, it is likely, Mr. Bean somehow returned home to England and had found employment as a caretaker at the National Gallery of England. It all depends on how you look at it. Rowan Atkinson is the only actor from the television series to appear in both Bean and Mr. Bean's Holiday. Irma Gobb and The Reliant don't make appearances in the films, but Teddy and Mr. Bean car does.
No. Rowan Atkinson wanted to make Mr. Bean's Holiday different from Bean and wanted to make it as true to the television show as possible. If Peter MacNicol, Pamela Reed, Andrew Lawrence and Tricia Vassey did make a brief cameo in Mr. Bean's Holiday, to connect Mr. Bean's Holiday with Bean. It's possible, Mr. Bean may had walked past them unnoticed, when making his way towards Gare de Lyon on foot or they simply appear in the photos from the first film, seen in Mr. Bean's bedroom, before leaving to the church, in a deleted scene.
Yes. Rowan Atkinson played Doctor Who in the 1999 spoof for Comic Relief called "The Curse of Fatal Death", but was an unofficial incarnation of the Time Lord and Peter Capaldi played the 13th incarnation of The Doctor in the revived series of "Doctor Who".
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