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Bean | Mr. Bean Unleashes His Secret Weapon in LAX Airport
- Published on Sep 6, 2022 veröffentlicht
- While in the airport Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson) reaches in his jacket, imitating he has a gun. When police see this, they chase him and tell him to take out his gun slowly. However, he never had a gun, so he hilariously takes out his finger gun from his jacket and places it slowly on the floor. Later, he accompanies David Langley (Peter MacNicol) to meet his boss, but Mr. Bean spills water on his pants in the appearance of him soiling himself. With no time to dry off, he tries to hide the stain while meeting the boss.
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Call him hilarious. Call him laugh-out-loud funny. But whatever you do call him Bean. In the comedy that rocked America, Rowan Atkinson is the outrageous Mr. Bean, sent on a mission to California to escort the world famous painting of "Whistler's Mother" to its new home in The Grierson Gallery. What the gallery owner, one of the richest men in America, and his curator David Langley (Peter MacNicol) believe, is that Mr. Bean is Dr. Bean, a renowned art expert. In fact he is just a sleepy-headed, wildly eccentric museum guard. He's also the clumsiest, craziest, wackiest, wildest, most bizarre character they have ever come across, and certainly not someone you'd entrust one of the world's most valuable paintings to. But they have - and now wreaking havoc in the Grierson Gallery and wrecking Langley's marriage is just the beginning. With only hours to go before the official unveiling by the museum's benefactor, General Newton (Burt Reynolds), something terrible has happened to "Whistler's Mother" and only one man has the power to put it right. The only problem is… that man is Bean.
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Cast: Rowan Atkinson, Peter MacNicol, Burt Reynolds, Pamela Reed, Harris Yulin, Sandra Oh
Produced By: Peter Bennett-Jones, Eric Fellner, Tim Bevan
Directed by: Mel Smith