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There were only 18 episodes of the "Mr. Bean" series...

November 12 2006 at 1:26 AM

LakeviewGal  (Login LakeviewGal)
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...made from 1990 - 1995. I think you can get compilations on DVD, though. The ironic part is that the character is practically silent except for unintelligible mumbings, and in real life the Oxford-educated Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) has a wonderful, rich, cultivated, real "classical actor's" speaking voice.

A few years ago Atkinson ago (not as the Mr. Bean character) did a funny spy movie spoof titled "Johnny English".

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