Year of DVD Release: 2003
Dates Aired: 1990-1995
Rated: Not Rated
Approx. Running Time: 6 hours and 15 minutes
Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
My Rating: 4 Stars (Out of 5)
From Back Cover:
UNIVERSAL COMEDY WITH A BRITISH FLAIR.
Starring the incomparable Rowan Atkinson (Blackadder, Four Weddings And A Funeral), MR. BEAN has won a tin full of international awards and built a cult following around the globe that's well, frankly, a bit frightening.
MEET MR. BEAN
In the Golden Rose-winning pilot, Mr. Bean attempts the implossible: Passing an exam without a clue; changing on the beach without removing his trousers and, most difficult of all, staying awake in church. But that's just the beginning. Inside you'll find some of his most outrageous exploits including mayhem in his Mini, experiments in self-dentistry and a date with the Queen.
Episode 1: Mr. Bean
Episode 2: The Return Of Mr. Bean
Episode 3: The Curse Of Mr. Bean
Episode 4: Mr. Bean Goes To Town
Episode 5: The Trouble With Mr. Bean
ON HOLIDAY WITH MR. BEAN
Holidays are serious business for Mr. Bean, even when they don't work out exactly as planned. Whether he's dressing a turkey or dressed in a turkey, getting checked in or locked out, it's Mr. Bean's determination to have fun that makes every outing an adventure. Oh... and do try the oysters.
Episode 6: Mr. Bean Rides Again
Episode 7: Merry Christmas Mr. Bean
Episode 8: Mr. Bean In Room 426
Episode 9: Mind The Baby Mr. Bean
Episode 10: Do It Yourself Mr. Bean
THE AMAZING MR. BEAN
When Mr. Bean sets his mind to it, there's nothing he can't accomplish - aside from holding onto his trousers. Going back to school gives him an opportunity to brush up on his judo while an afternoon of golf improves his compass-reading skills. Of all Mr. Bean's amazing abilities, his animal impressions and award-winning wild teddybear training are certainly his most... bizarre.
Episode 11: Back To School Mr. Bean
Episode 12: Tee Off Mr. Bean
Episode 13: Good Night Mr. Bean
Episode 14: Hair By Mr. Bean Of London
This is one of those shows that you either love or hate. I think it's hilarious (in small doses at least - an episode or two at a time) and it's one of my favorite shows.
Not Rated (MPAA)
1990 (Episodes 1-3)
1991 (Episode 4)
1992 (Episodes 5-7)
1993 (Episode 8)
1994 (Episodes 9-11)
1995 (Episodes 12-14)