PG-13 | | Adventure, Comedy, Family
The bumbling Mr. Bean travels to America when he is given the responsibility of bringing a highly valuable painting to a Los Angeles museum.
Steve Martin, a self-confessed huge fan of Mr. Bean (1990), wanted to play David Langley.
I genuinely believe that we could get Jon Bon Jovi.
David Langley: Jon Bon Jovi? To unveil, "Whistler's Mother"?
Bernice Schimmel: Yes.
David Langley: I've got nothing against Jon Bon Jovi. The man has had two great hairstyles in the last ten years, which is an achievement not to be sniffed at. ...
The remote that Mr. Bean accidentally uses to cause the stereo to launch the glass swan into the picture shouldn't have happened. First of all, the model of stereo depicted doesn't actually come with a remote, and also, the depicted model of remote doesn't work on said stereo. The stereo is made by JVC, and if you look closely at the remote while it's sitting on the coffee table near the TV remote (which was the remote Mr. Bean intended to pick up), you'll notice the Sony logo on the bottom, signifying that the remote only works on a Sony audio system (such as a Sony CDP-CE315). Second, there is no eject button on said model of remote, so therefore, the stereo just happened to magically change music, and the player popped open by itself.
Flashbacks of the movie appear at the beginning of the closing credits.
Most home video versions include 15 minutes of footage removed from the film.
$2,255,233 19 October 1997
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