Postman Bean is anxious to end his round early in order to catch a morning showing of 'The Sound of Muzak' at his local cinema. However he is unaware that the cinema manager Terry Toadstool... See full summary »

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Postman Bean is anxious to end his round early in order to catch a morning showing of 'The Sound of Muzak' at his local cinema. However he is unaware that the cinema manager Terry Toadstool is using this as a smoke screen to view a pornographic film and that Bean's wife,traffic warden Monica,is the star.

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7 January 1984 (UK)  »

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The admission price seen at this cinema's Box Office is £2.20 pence. See more »

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Neighbour: Well?
Bean: Well?
Neighbour: What do you want?
Bean: The usual things... peace, happiness
Neighbour: and you got me off the lavatory to tell me this?
Bean: I didn't get you off the lavatory
Neighbour: Well somebody got me off the lavatory
Bean: Were you stuck?
Neighbour: What?
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References The Story of Vickie (1954) See more »

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A Little-Known Gold-Mine!
2 October 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This cheeky little number is truly timeless! Classic Comic Strip that never gets old!

Adrian Edmondson plays a Postman called... wait for it... Mr Bean! This was at least 5 years before Rowan Atkinson made the name so famous. Mr Bean simply can't wait to finish his rounds so he can attend an unusually early screening of his favourite film, "The Sound Of Muzak". Little does he know that Rik is the owner of the Cinema and didn't actually expect anyone to attend a session at 9am on a Monday morning. Instead, he's anxiously awaiting the delivery of an 8mm porno that he intends to play at the patron-less session. He doesn't have a projector at home, but luckily he owns a cinema just 2 doors down. All he needs to do is keep his wife (Saunders) occupied by leaving her in charge of the candy bar, whilst he enjoys his Dirty Movie. Sadly for Mr Bean, not only is he going to miss out on Muzak, but he's also blissfully unaware that his wife (French) is leading a double-life as a porn star... and she's about to appear on the big screen.

Nigel and Peter portray the filth who have been ordered by their superior (Coltrane) to crack down on... filth! They have a strong suspicion that the proprietor of the cinema is dabbling in silent porn. After a brief stakeout, they become hell bent on exposing Rik's perverted antics.

If you're a fan of the random, Python-like humour of the Young Ones, you're gonna have a field day with this episode. When you're watching Dirty Movie... just remember the chisel, the wheelchair and the pet Lobster called "Breakfast".

"I've got to clean the carpet when I get home."


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