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The bumbling Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson) travels to America when he is given the responsibility of bringing a highly valuable painting to a Los Angeles, California museum.

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Mr. Bean
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David Langley
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Chairman (as Sir John Mills)
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Alison Langley
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George Grierson
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General Newton
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Elmer
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Security Buck
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Stingo Wheelie
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Det. Butler
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Kevin Langley
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Lord Walton
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Gareth
June Brown ...
Delilah
Peter James ...
Dr. Rosenblum
Clive Corner ...
Dr. Cutler
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Dick Journo
Julia Pearlstein ...
Phyllis Quill
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Walter Merchandise
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Bernice Schimmel
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Jennifer Langley
Alison Goldie ...
Stewardess Nicely
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Tucker, Passenger
Scott Charles ...
Timmy Pewker Jr
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Officer Stubbles
Ronnie Yeskel ...
Mrs. Goodwoman
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Lt. Brutus
Priscilla Shanks ...
Sylvia Grierson
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Kart Pusherman
Gigi Fields ...
Nurse Desking
Lela Ivey ...
Nurse Pots
David Doty ...
Dr. Jacobson
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Dr. Frowning (as Robert Curtis-Brown)
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Nurse Pans
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Dr. Squeaking
Janni Brenn ...
Nurse Dyper
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Nurse Gripes
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Anxious Man (uncredited)
Chris Lowe ...
Passenger (uncredited)
Paul McMichael ...
Student (uncredited)
Louis E. Rosas ...
Venice Freak (uncredited)
Maridean Mansfield Shepard ...
LAX Traveler (uncredited)
Teddy ...
Teddy (uncredited)
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National Art Gallery Board Member (uncredited)

Directed by

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Mel Smith

Written by

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Rowan Atkinson ... (character "Mr. Bean") &
Richard Curtis ... (character "Mr. Bean")
 
Richard Curtis ... (written by) &
Robin Driscoll ... (written by)

Produced by

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Rowan Atkinson ... executive producer
Peter Bennett-Jones ... producer
Tim Bevan ... producer
Richard Curtis ... executive producer
Eric Fellner ... producer
Rebecca O'Brien ... co-producer

Music by

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Howard Goodall

Cinematography by

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Francis Kenny

Film Editing by

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Chris Blunden ... (as Christopher Blunden)

Editorial Department

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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

Casting By

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Ronnie Yeskel

Production Design by

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Peter S. Larkin ... (as Peter Larkin)

Art Direction by

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Kevin Constant

Set Decoration by

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Bill Gregory

Costume Design by

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Hope Hanafin

Makeup Department

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Tony Gardner ... special makeup effects artist
Brian McManus ... makeup artist
Emjay Olson ... makeup artist
Sue Sian ... makeup designer: in london only
Rupert Simon ... chief hairdresser
Judy Yonemoto ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Cydney Bernard ... production manager
Deborah Harding ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Trey Batchelor ... first assistant director: second unit / 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

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Deana Albers ... on-set dresser
Jason Bartolone ... property maker
Jim Beinke ... special props
Guy Belegaud ... props
Tony Chavez ... propmaker
Andy Evans ... construction manager: UK
Maureen Farley ... property master
Marc Fekkes ... props
Craig Gadsby ... leadman
Tony Gardner ... special props
Tony Guastella ... set dresser
Gregory S. Hooper ... set designer
Tom Hrupcho ... paint supervisor
Kim Larsen-Santini ... assistant property master (as Kim Larsen)
Ed Lucero ... painter
Paul Manchester ... painter
Jim Ondrejko ... construction coordinator
Joe Ondrejko ... construction foreman
Don Partridge ... painter
Theodore Sharps ... set designer
Abigail Sheiner ... art department coordinator
Casey Stoll ... painter
Brent White ... stand by painter
Danielle Quilici ... specialty props (uncredited)

Sound Department

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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 / dialogue editor
Tim Partridge ... dolby sound consultant (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Scott Kodrik ... special effects
Bryan Smith ... lab technician

Stunts

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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)
William Scharpf ... stunts (as Bill Scharpf)
Ben Scott ... stunts
John-Clay Scott ... stunts
Lori Scott ... stunts
Walter Scott ... stunt coordinator
Chad Stahelski ... stunts
Gwynn Turnbull Weaver ... stunts (as Gwynn Turnbull)
Mike Watson ... stunts
Danny Wong ... stunts
Steve Griffin ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jeff Case ... key grip
Thomas Cherry ... second assistant camera
Shawn Duchscherer ... electrician
Yuriy Fuks ... flight head tech
Suzanne Hanover ... still photographer
David Kagen ... electrician
Joe Kraft ... dolly grip
George Lozano Jr. ... rigging electric
Steven Mattson ... grip
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)
Ted Schwimer ... electrician (as Ted Schwimmer)
Kristopher Van Over ... first assistant camera (as Kris Van Over)
Patricia Van Over ... second assistant camera

Casting Department

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Richard Hicks ... casting associate
John Hubbard ... casting: UK
Ros Hubbard ... casting: UK
Rich King ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Charlotte Couchman ... wardrobe supervisor: UK
Mitzi Haralson ... costumer
Marcus Love-McGuirk ... wardrobe assistant: UK (as Marcus Love)

Location Management

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Brad Bell ... assistant location manager
Liz Matthews ... location manager

Music Department

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André Jacquemin ... music editor
Ronan Keating ... composer: theme song "Picture of You"
William Webb ... music editor
Daniel Giorgetti ... music assistant (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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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

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Scott Aguilar ... medical consultant
Julianna Arenson ... production accountant
Richard Bellos ... stand-in: Harris Yulin
Gavin Charlton ... sous chef
Kauai Collins ... production assistant
Emma Freud ... script editor
Cori Glazer ... script supervisor
Kurt Greufe ... first assistant accountant
Ken Heusey ... production assistant
Rachel Holroyd ... legal advisor
Elizabeth Joan Hooper ... assistant production coordinator (as Elizabeth Hooper)
Gloria Jolley ... production assistant
Lauren Feige Keskinel ... production assistant (as Lauren Feige)
Ian Lyons ... production assistant
Lance Mancuso ... key medic
Elizabeth Maxwell ... caterer (as Liz Maxwell)
Michael Maxwell ... caterer
Jo McIllece ... production coordinator
Richard Natale ... publicist
Richard M. Newkirk ... stand-in: Mr. MacNicol
Carrie Nicol ... paymaster
Sandra Nixon ... production accountant: UK
Jan Nizen ... production accountant
Keith Popely ... production assistant
Angela Rivet ... production staff
Chris Romberg ... first assistant accountant
Victoria Ruskin ... production assistant
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)
Bruce Gray ... sculpture art provided by (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Bean (Rowan Atkinson) works as a caretaker at Britain's formidable Royal National Gallery, and his bosses want to fire him because he sleeps at work all the time, but can't because the chairman of the gallery's board defends him. They send him to the U.S., to the small Los Angeles art gallery instead, where he'll have to officiate at the opening of the greatest U.S. picture ever (called "Whistler's Mother").

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Taglines 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 »
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Also Known As
  • Bean: The Ultimate Disaster Movie (United Kingdom)
  • Bean: The Movie (United States)
  • Bean: The Ultimate Disaster Movie (Hong Kong, English title)
  • Mr. Bean: The Movie (Canada, English title)
  • Bean: Der ultimative Katastrophenfilm (Germany)
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  • 89 min
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Box Office

Budget $22,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United Kingdom GBP2,563,326, 03 Aug 1997
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $251,212,670

Did You Know?

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Trivia This was the first movie to gross one hundred million dollars before being released in the U.S. See more »
Goofs When Bean tries to dry his trousers using the metal fan during their first meeting at the gallery, Grierson asks him to join their conversation. After Bean turns around, Peter MacNicol is clearly trying not to laugh and almost bursts out right before the scene ends. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into "Balto 3" R&T Part 4 (2015). See more »
Soundtracks Bean Theme (Mad Pianos) See more »
Crazy Credits After the in-credit Working Title Films logo, Bean appears on the screen: "Yes, I normally stay to the end as well," followed by some more remarks to the leaving audience. See more »
Quotes Mr. Bean: Hello, I'm Dr. Bean. Apparently. And my job is to sit and look at paintings. So, what have I learned that I can say about this painting? Well, firstly, it's really quite big, which is excellent. because If it were really small, you know, microscopic, then hardly anyone would be able to see it. Which would be a tremendous shame. Secondly, and I'm getting quite near the end of this... analysis... of this painting, secondly, why was it worth this man here spending fifty million of your American dollars on this portrait? And the answer to that is, well this painting is with such a lot of money because... it's a picture of Whistler's mother. And as I've learned by staying with my best friend David Langley and his family, families are very important and Even though Mr. Whistler was prefectly aware that his mother was a hideous old bat who looked like she'd had a cactus lodged up her backside, he stuck with her, and even took the time to paint this amazing picture of her. It's not just a painting. It's a picture of a mad old cow who he thought the world of. And that's marvellous... Well that's what I think.
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