Mr Bean

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Pearson Education, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 41 pages
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Mr Bean leaves a trail of havoc wherever he goes. His employers at the National Gallery are desperate to get rid of him. They pretend that he is an art critic and send him to America on a cultural exchange. Is America prepared for Mr Bean? Follow his hilarious adventures in California. This is a great comedy film starring Rowan Atkinson as one of the funniest characters ever to hit the big screen.

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User Review  - yukimaruge - LibraryThing

Mr Bean is a man who works at National Gallery in London. And he was very fany man! I had know this title "Mr Bean" so I choose this. First,I thought Mr Bean is only fany man,but finally,I thought ... Read full review

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User Review  - gissa - LibraryThing

This book is comedy story. Mr.Bean was sent to Grierson Gallery in America.People who were there thought that he is top man in Grierson Gallery in L.A..But he is very stupid and very strange ! So he ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Richard Curtis's screenwriting credits include Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill, and Mr. Bean.

The author of "Mr. Bean's Diary" and "Mr. Bean's Scrapbook," Robin Driscoll co-wrote "Bean: The Movie," as well as the TV and animation series. Tony Haase is a writer, comedian, actor, songwriter, and illustrator, but not always in that order, and has recently written for the animated Mr. Bean series.