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Mr. Bean's Holiday Details


Mr. Bean -- the stick-legged goofball man-child created by Rowan Atkinson on television in the early '90s, and in the 1997 feature Rowan Atkinson -- undertakes his second cinematic adventure in the comic romp Mr. Bean's Holiday. Growing thoroughly sick of the wet, cold, and clammy London weather, Mr. Bean (Atkinson) finds just the right tonic when he wins a trip to sunny southern France, all expenses paid, with a new digital video camera to accompany him. However, he runs headfirst into a series of outrageous and unpleasant situations, such as winding up in a French restaurant where a maître d' (Jean Rochefort) convinces him to eat bizarre varieties of seafood that he's never before encountered, and discovering that the "Very Fast Train" certainly lives up to its name. Eventually, Mr. Bean (accompanied by a Russian traveling companion whom he meets along his journey) stumbles onto the French Riviera and spoils the latest movie production of snobbish, egomaniacal filmmaker Carson Clay (Willem Dafoe) -- little realizing that his own klutzy video footage will accidentally end up in Clay's film and be screened at the upcoming Cannes Film Festival. Unlike the first big-screen incarnation of Atkinson's character, Mr. Bean's Holiday adheres more closely to the formula of the original series by rendering the character almost completely mute. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

  • Release date:August 24, 2007


Rowan Atkinson
as Mr. Bean
Emma de Caunes
as Sabine
Jean Rochefort
as Maître D'
Karel Roden
as Emil Duchevsky
Max Baldry
as Stepan Duchevsky
Willem Dafoe
as Carson Clay
Steve Pemberton
as Vicar
Preston Nyman
as Boy With Train
Sharlit Deyzac
as Buffet Attendant
Arsene Mosca
as traffic controller
Stephane Debac
as traffic controller
Philippe Spall
as French Journalist
Pascal Jounier
as Tipsy Man
Emmanuelle Cosso
as Hairdresser Woman
Francis Coffinet
as Undertaker
Catherine Hosmalin
as Ticket Inspector
Zazie Delem
as Woman on Bench
Anthony Morabito
as Man in Toilet
Adilson Monteiro
as Busker Percussion
Michel Estrade
as Busker Trumpet
Stefan Mellino
as Busker Guitar
Fabien Arnaud
as Busker Banjo
Adrien Rodrigue
as Busker Violin
Bams Betga-Tchouni
as Busker Singer
Louis Gomis
as Busker DJ
Gilles Gaston-Dreyfus
as Station Master
Julie Fournier
as Emil's Wife
Flaminia Cinque
as Hotel Maid
Urbain Cancelier
as Bus Driver
Dimitri Radochevitch
as Chicken Farmer
Nicolas Bridet
as 2nd AD
Antoine de Caunes
as Anchorman
Michel Winogradoff
as Pyrotechnicians
Julien Cottereau
as Pyrotechnicians
Eric Naggar
as Suicidal Man
Todd Boyce
as Newsreader
Anthony Paliotti
as Policeman
Nader Boussandel
as Policeman
Bak Drame
as Red Carpet Security Man
Bachir Allouane
as Burly Security Man
Clint Dyer
as Luther
James Kavaz
as Suited Criminal


Steve Bendelack
Tim Bevan
Eric Fellner
Peter Bennett-Jones
Robin Driscoll
Simon McBurney
Screen Story
Hamish McColl
Baz Irvine
Nick Angel
Musical Direction/Supervision
Howard Goodall
Composer (Music Score)
Tony Cranstoun
Michael Carlin
Production Designer
Karen Wakefield
Supervising Art Director
Lynne Huitson
Supervising Art Director
Franck Schwarz
Art Director
Debra Hayward
Caroline Hewitt
Liza Chasin
Simon McBurney
Executive Producer
Richard Curtis
Executive Producer
Philippe Turlure
Set Decorator
Pierre-Yves Gayraud
Costume Designer
Jean-Marie Blondel
Sound/Sound Designer
Bernard O'reilly
Sound/Sound Designer
Andrew Stirk
Sound/Sound Designer
Armel Gourvennec
First Assistant Director
Carole Reinhard
First Assistant Director
James Canal
First Assistant Director
Philip Sindall
Camera Operator
Nina Gold
Emma Mager
Production Manager
Juliette Menager
Chris Plevin
Second Unit Director Of Photography
Christian Calviera
Costumes Supervisor
Ursula Paredes Choto
Costumes Supervisor
Yves Derhi
Jamie Lengyel
Location Manager
Rachel Corlet
Script Supervisor
Donald Sabourin
Production Coordinator
Muffin Green
Properties Master
Mark Holt
Special Effects Supervisor
Arnaud Duterque
Location Manager
Antoine Lienhard
Vincent Dumas
Costumes Supervisor
Irene Jordi
Hair Styles
Antonin Depardieu
Location Manager
Philippe Hubin
Special Effects Supervisor
Raphaël Benoliel
Line Producer
Matthew Penry-Davey
Second Assistant Director
Patrick Cauderlier
Stunts Coordinator
Jeanette Haley
Post Production Supervisor
Veronique Bosle
Veronique Bosle
Hair Styles