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The biggest British comedy export since Benny Hill, the classic series starring Rowan Atkinson has won an International Emmy Award, a Cable Ace Award, the Golden Rose of Montreaux - and a global cult following. The madcap brilliance of the awkward man-child puts Bean right on par with greats such as Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin. Atkinson's physical humor and antics transcend linguistic frontiers in this irresistible compliation. This special collection features the funniest, most gut-busting moments in Bean history.
Bean is Bean. I love him. So here you get 5 episodes, including the Christmas episode, I've watched it a million times with my oldest daughter, she loves it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Tylar Robideau
Just some great classic Mr. Bean episodes! Bought it for my 7 yr old son, but my parents in their mid 80's love it just as much - great for the whole familyPublished 14 months ago by Dianne
Love it! Bean at his best. Laugh, laugh and be happy. He's a real credit to great entertainment and a lift in spirit! Get it and laugh without restraint.Published on March 5 2009 by John Dunnings
The reason i loved this is because it shows you different parts off different tapes of mr bean. He makes me laugh he is great.Published on April 16 2004 by Kathryn Pointon
I'm an obsessed fan of Mr Bean and Although this is bits of Mr Bean - it still includes lots of funny footages. Read morePublished on Aug. 20 2003 by DejaLiyah
A lot of people are complaining about the length of the clips but if you look in the title it says the best "bits" which means they are only short clips. Read morePublished on July 31 2003 by "pilotbabe172"
My husband and I have always enjoyed Mr. Bean.
Well flash forward. Our grand daughter is now his number one fan. Two years old and she can't wait to visit us. Read more
Pure comedy fun from a true comedic genius. There isn't anyone funnier than rubber faced Rowan Atkinson who is todays Buster Keaton and Stan Laurel all wrapped up in one package.Published on April 17 2003 by jeffrey block