Mr. Bean wins a trip to Cannes where he unwittingly separates a young boy from his father and must help the two come back together. On the way he discovers France, bicycling, and true love, among other things.
An adventurer, Passepartout, ends up accompanying time-obsessed English gentleman, Phileas Fogg, on a daring mission to journey around the world. Fogg has wagered with members of his London club that he can traverse the world in 80 days. Along the way, they encounter many interesting 19th Century figures and have many exciting and suspenseful situations in their voyage around the world.Written by
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After Fogg and his companions have been launched from the paddle-ship, the captain asks; "How are we going to get back?". Yet the paddle-ship has sails.
The ship HAD sails but was dismantled for the construction of the flying machine. No sails are left intact as shown by a wide shot of the ship on day 80. See more »
[Jean Michel is sitting inside a Heath Robinson contraption, wearing a tin helmet]
Today is the day I will finally achieve what has been deemed impossible: man *can* break the fifty mile per hour speed barrier. And you, you're lucky enough to be part of it here.
[unconvincingly, looking very frightened]
It's jolly, sir.
Yes, we will make history - or we will die trying.
This is *very* exciting.
That's it! I refuse to be catapulted, electrocuted or have my internal organs disrupted any longer...
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Some commercial television prints cut out the Arnold Schwarzenegger cameo sequence. See more »