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Mr. Bean (TV series)

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Mr. Bean
Bean cover.jpg
DVD Cover
Country UKD.jpg UK
Language English
Channel ITV
Creator Rowan Atkinson
Richard Curtis
Genre Comedy
Broadcast 1990 - 1995
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 15
Main Cast
Character Actor
Mr. Bean Rowan Atkinson
Irma Gobb Matilda Ziegler

Mr. Bean was a British television program starring Rowan Atkinson as the title character. Fourteen half-hour episodes were aired between 1990 and 1995.

The following weapons appear in the television series Mr.Bean:

Enfield L85A1

These rifles were first seen in the series used by training soldiers in "Back to school, Mr. Bean" (S1E11) episode. In the thirteenth episode "Goodnight, Mr. Bean", titular character (Rowan Atkinson) finds guard watchman (Rupert Vansittart, a frequent Atkinson collaborator who also appear alongside him in The Thin Blue Line, Four Weddings and a Funeral and Johnny English Reborn, as well as other episode of this very series in different role) in the park, armed with a L85A1 - the standard British Army rifle.

L85A1, 5.56x45mm NATO
Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson) interested in a watchman.
Bean prepares his camera to photograph himself with the watchman.
Bean interested in the watchman's hat.
A nice shot of the rifle's details (such as its trigger) in this suspenseful moment.

Webley Scott Tempest Air Gun

In the same ("Goodnight, Mr. Bean", S1E13) episode, Mr. Bean uses a Webley Scott Tempest air pistol (at one point in the scene you get a very brief but clear view of the gun in a drawer) to shoot the light bulb in his bedroom, because the switch is too far from his bed.

Webley Tempest Pistol
Mr. Bean prepares his Webley Scott Tempest air gun. Note the spare light bulbs in the drawer, seemingly a regular occasion that Mr. Bean doesn't use his light switch.
Mr. Bean reloads his Webley Scott Tempest air gun.
Mr. Bean shuts the air gun's barrel.
Mr. Bean raises his Tempest to aim at the light bulb.
Mr. Bean aims his Webley Scott Tempest at the light bulb. Seen here is a clear shot of the gun itself.
Mr. Bean shoots the light out with his air gun.

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