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Bean: the script book

by Richard Curtis, Rowan Atkinson, Robin Driscoll

Other authors: Mel Smith (Foreword)

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So desperate are Mr. Bean's employers at the Royal National Gallery to get rid of him that they resort to pretending he is an eminent art critic and send him to America on a cultural exchange. Bean, the film, is the hilarious tale of Mr. Bean's adventures while staying with the Langley family in California. As well as containing the script, this unique companion to Bean includes a foreword by director Mel Smith, together with Richard Curtis's diary charting the embryonic stages in the development of the film and Robin Driscoll's views of filming in LA. Other gems include a selection of early parts of the script that did not make it into the final cut, and a unique insight into the Mr. Bean character in his earliest incarnation, in the early 1980s, when he was known as Mr. Smith.… (more)

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So desperate are Mr. Bean's employers at the Royal National Gallery to get rid of him that they resort to pretending he is an eminent art critic and send him to America on a cultural exchange. Bean, the film, is the hilarious tale of Mr. Bean's adventures while staying with the Langley family in California. As well as containing the script, this unique companion to Bean includes a foreword by director Mel Smith, together with Richard Curtis's diary charting the embryonic stages in the development of the film and Robin Driscoll's views of filming in LA. Other gems include a selection of early parts of the script that did not make it into the final cut, and a unique insight into the Mr. Bean character in his earliest incarnation, in the early 1980s, when he was known as Mr. Smith.

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