Mr. Bean - The Whole Bean

Mr. Bean - The Whole Bean

Director: John Birkin, John Howard Davies, Paul Weiland
Cast: Rowan Atkinson



Mr. Bean: The Whole Bean contains 14 episodes of the comedy series that starred Rowan Atkinson and owed a large debt to the great silent-screen comedians. In addition to the episodes themselves, the set offers never-before-seen sketches, a documentary on the character, previews of the animated Mr. Bean television program, and information on Atkinson.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/29/2003
UPC: 0733961708301
Original Release: 0000
Rating: NR
Source: A&E Home Video
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 6:15:00

Special Features

"The Story of Bean": A 40-minute documentary ; Never-before-seen-on-TV sketches "Bus Stop" and "Library"; Comic Relief skits "Blind Date" and "Torvill & Bean" ; Mr Bean: the Animated Series trailer; Photo gallery; Rowan Atkinson biography and filmography; Interactive menus ; Scene selection

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rowan Atkinson Mr. Bean,Participant
Mel Smith Participant
Caroline Quentin Actor
Danny Larue Actor
David Battley Actor
Lenny Henry Participant
Mathilda Ziegler Girl Friend,The Royal
Richard Briers Actor
Robin Driscoll Actor
Roger Sloman Heart Attack Victim,Actor
Suzanne Bertish Actor
Suzy Aitchison Actor
C.J. Allen Actor
Dursley McLinden Actor
Elizabeth Bennett Actor
Jeff Goldblum Participant
Lucy Fleming Actor
Marilyn Finlay Actor
Paul McDowell Actor
Richard Curtis Laughing Man
Roger Brierley Actor
Rudolph Walker Actor
Ben Elton Participant
David Schneider Actor
John Warner Actor
Matthew Ashford Actor
Penelope Nice Actor
Howard Goodall Actor

Technical Credits
John Birkin Director
John Howard Davies Director
Paul Weiland Director

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Vol. 1
1. The Exam [4:54]
2. Begin! [5:45]
3. On the Beach [4:15]
4. Church [5:40]
5. Noisy Wrapper [3:57]
6. Payback [1:19]
1. Sax Player [4:42]
2. Housewares [3:58]
3. Dining Out [3:56]
4. Main Course [2:57]
5. Music With Dinner [1:57]
6. Meeting Royalty [7:36]
1. At the Pool [2:35]
2. Diving Platform [3:29]
3. Lost Trunks [1:45]
4. Exit Gate [3:43]
5. Out for Lunch [7:22]
6. At the Movies! [5:48]
1. A New TV! [9:25]
2. In the Park [2:23]
3. Line-Up [1:14]
4. Lost Shoe [3:24]
5. Magic Show [3:36]
6. Dancing [4:01]
1. Car Trouble [1:44]
2. First Aid [4:57]
3. Mailing a Letter [2:40]
4. Packing [1:55]
5. On the Train [3:46]
6. Young Flyer [4:25]
Side #2 -- Vol. 2
1. Wake Up! [4:08]
2. Dressing & Driving [4:06]
3. Waiting Room [1:51]
4. Dental Exam [6:10]
5. Remote Control [2:15]
6. Picnic Lunch [6:50]
1. Holiday Shopping [5:55]
2. On the Street [2:17]
3. Conducting [3:15]
4. Christmas Cards [4:59]
5. The Big Morning! [5:30]
6. Gift Exchange [3:48]
1. Check In [5:01]
2. In the Room [4:00]
3. Bath Time [4:25]
4. On the Stairs [2:04]
5. Buffet [6:23]
6. Locked Out [3:03]
1. Fun Fair [4:45]
2. Bumper Cars [6:01]
3. The Arcade [3:16]
4. Dirty Diaper [3:08]
5. Goldfish [2:37]
6. Airborne! [5:03]
1. Party! [3:07]
2. Snacks [6:10]
3. Big Sale [1:57]
4. A New Chair [2:51]
5. Home Improvement [5:17]
6. Time to Paint [6:02]
Side #3 -- Vol. 3
1. Great Spot [4:17]
2. Open Day [5:29]
3. Chemistry Lab [2:00]
4. Art Class [4:31]
5. Judo! [2:25]
6. Wrong Pants [6:23]
1. Laundry [5:09]
2. Wednesday! [6:02]
3. In the Dryer [2:45]
4. Krazy Golf [3:58]
5. Fruit Stand [4:52]
6. A Ride Back [2:35]
1. Emergency Room [3:01]
2. Number Trouble [3:47]
3. Back in Line [2:11]
4. Museum [6:45]
5. Brushing [3:18]
6. Trouble Sleeping [5:26]
1. Haircut [6:07]
2. Another Customer [4:42]
3. At the Fair [3:34]
4. Target Game [1:03]
5. Pet Show [5:33]
6. Lost Ticket [5:20]

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Mr. Bean - The Whole Bean 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Well as we all know Mr. Bean is great! However, I must warn the buyer that there have been some scenes cut to save space/money. (The Turkey contest in 'Merry Christmas Mr. Bean' and Buying the Recliner in 'Do it Yoursef MR. Bean', and possibly others.) So I would hardly call this a 'complete' collection. However, What IS there is comedy gold. Just be warned that some scenes you remember seeing on TV may not be there.
JLRB More than 1 year ago
Our family, ages 3 and up, have all enjoyed watching and re-watching this collection of Mr. Bean. It is appropriate for all ages and funny in a way that is appreciated by all audiences. Episodes are short and generally made up of physical humor. Hilarious and very engaging.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The unparalleled physical comedy genius of Rowan Atkinson is most perfectly manifested in his greatest character, Mr. Bean. The sheer brilliance that shines through the blissfully oblivious Bean is a testament to his body of work as a whole and also the continuance of a comedic art typically associated with Chaplin, with whom Atkinson can surely be compared. Mr. Bean is paradoxical; simple, yet complex situations not-so subtly parody social convention while simultaneously delivering Monty Pythonesque silliness. The series is truly a must for fans of any brand of humor and a worthy collection to any library.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For anyone who wants to laugh out loud! Easily one of the funniest things I have ever seen! Highly recommended. Mr. Bean is so dumb, he's hilarious!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Miss_Laughs-a-Lot More than 1 year ago
The way Rowan Atkinson has created this character makes the series a definite "have to buy." Mr Bean is a sad man, lives alone with his bear, Teddy, but always seems to find himself in random places and funny situations. As a warning, if you have little kids, this series does contain a few "flashing" scenes, which is very common in the British culture. All in all, a definite must own series. (I have been wanting this one for a long time."
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I remember watching various Mr. Bean episodes on PBS when they used to show them and how it used to make me smile. When I saw this Whole Bean collection was available, I grabbed it up immediately. I now find my entire family coming together to enjoy watching Mr. Bean with me. All I have to do is pop it in the DVD player every now and then, and I suddenly find everybody gathering around smiling and laughing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had remembered watching the Mr. Bean show years ago on TV. When I saw the DVD on sale @Barnes & Noble, I thought my 12 year old Son would enjoy it. I liked the idea of it being "clean" humor also, not like most of the garbage out there. Anyway, when the DVD's arrived my Son started watching them and laughs out loud. My husband & I enjoy them also. Rowan Atkinson is so off beat and funny. Don't let the Mr. Bean movie deter you from trying this DVD. The TV skits are short and much funnier than the movie was.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was watching it on tv when he just put a raw hamburger in a violinests pants and he never noticed or the time when he got his hand stuck in the gus back pocket and when I heard his voice I rolled out in lafter
Guest More than 1 year ago
Rowan Atkinson shows viewers what the true meaning of comedy is. His slapstick, physical humor is unparralelled in today's age and is easily compared to that of Chaplin. This is a DVD that every child and adult can spend hours laughing to.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
These are funny short segments.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bean is dumb which makes super funny. If you are depressed it will flip you around.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My daughter and I never get tired of watching Mr. Bean. It's great fun! We have seen all the episodes many times and they are still fun to watch.
Tulkas More than 1 year ago
This is great. I sat down for a couple of hours just basking in the nostalgic Mr. Bean episodes. I've seen most of the episodes, but there were a couple I hadn't seen. Five stars, easily.
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