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Based on the popular British skit comedy "Mr. Bean", this animated cartoon follows the adventures of everyone's favourite bumbler. The title character, voiced by Rowan Atkinson, lives in his flat with the lovable Teddy, where he makes moronic decisions yet brilliantly solves them. However, he also needs to outwit his evil landlady Mrs. Wicket and her horrible one-eyed cat Scrapper. Written by
Mr. Bean, Irma Gobb, Mr. Bean's teddy bear, and the mysterious driver of the blue car are the only characters from the original live action series to be seen in Mr. Bean: The Animated Series. See more »
I wasn't expecting much and part of me knew it wouldn't be as good as the brilliant live-action TV series. It is inferior, I agree one or two jokes are a tad too simple and somewhat childish. But actually, this animated series is very good. The animation is very nice, the colours and backgrounds are done with care and Mr Bean still acts and looks zany as an animated character. The music, for piano this time, is very fitting, the visual gags and physical comedy still makes me laugh, most of it is really quite hilarious and the characters are as cute and as zany as ever. Rowan Atkinson excels still as the lovable character we all know as Mr Bean. Overall, this animated series is surprisingly very good. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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