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Overview[ edit ] The character of Mr. Bean was developed while Rowan Atkinson was studying for his master's degree in electrical engineering at The Queen's College, Oxford. A sketch featuring Bean was shown at the Edinburgh Fringe in the early s.
When programme coordinators were scheduling him into the festival programme, Atkinson insisted that he perform on the French-speaking bill rather than the English-speaking programme. Having no French dialogue in his act at all, programme coordinators could not understand why Atkinson wanted to perform on the French bill instead.
As it turned out, Atkinson's act at the festival was a test platform for the Mr. Bean character and Atkinson wanted to see how his character's physical comedy would fare on an international stage with a non-English speaking audience. Bean is also very similar to early silent filmsrelying purely upon physical comedy with Mr.
Bean speaking very little dialogue although like other live-action sitcoms during this period, it featured a laugh track. This has allowed the series to be sold worldwide without any significant changes to dialogue.
Bean character Rowan Atkinson portraying Mr. Bean in August The title character and main protagonist, played by Rowan Atkinsonis a childish buffoon who brings various unusual schemes and contrivances to everyday tasks.
He lives alone at the address of Flat 2, 12 Arbour Road, Highbury and is almost always seen in his trademark tweed jacket and a skinny red tie. He also usually wears a digital calculator watch.
Bean rarely speaks, and when he does, it is generally only a few mumbled words which are in a comically low-pitched voice. His first name he names himself "Bean" to others and profession, if any, are never mentioned.
In the first film adaptation"Mr. Bean often seems unaware of basic aspects of the way the world works, and the programme usually features his attempts at what would normally be considered simple activities, such as going swimming, using a television set, interior decorating or going to church.
The humour largely comes from his original and often absurd solutions to problems and his total disregard for others when solving them, his pettiness and occasional malevolence.
In the beginning of episode twoMr. Bean falls from the sky in a beam of light accompanied by a choir singing Ecce homo qui est faba "Behold the man who is a bean" which was sung by the Southwark Cathedral choir in The opening sequence was initially in black and white in episodes two and threewhich was intended by the producers to show his status as an "ordinary man cast into the spotlight".
However, later episodes showed Mr. Bean dropping from the night sky in a deserted London street against the backdrop of St Paul's Cathedral. At the end of episodes two and sixhe is also shown being sucked right back up into the sky in the respective background scenes black scene in episode 3 and street scene in episode 6.
Regarding the opening credits, Atkinson has acknowledged that Bean "has a slightly alien aspect to him". The Animated Series episode "Double Trouble", the alien aspect of him was used in a storyline in which he is taken inside a spacecraft with aliens who look exactly like him and even have their own plushy toys.
In an obvious homage towards the end, the aliens send him back home in a beam of light and music similar to the opening of the original Mr.
Whether Bean is an extraterrestrial is not made clear. Irma Gobb[ edit ] Mr. Bean's long-suffering girlfriend, Irma Gobb played by Matilda Zieglerappears in three episodes.'Gayxample' is Barcelona’s gay area from a cultural point of view.
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