10 Funny Mr. Bean Coloring Pages For Your Toddler

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It’s no news that kids love Mr. Bean. They giggle at his mugging, accidents, near misses and comic farce’s falls. And can you believe it’s been 25 years since Mr. Bean made his first debut on our television. Time surely flies! To celebrate the first quarter century of his legend, we’ve compiled a list of 10 Mr. Bean coloring pages. Check them out below!

Popular Mr. Bean Coloring Pages

1. Mr. Bean:

Here’s a coloring page of Rowan Julian Bean, the protagonist and titular character of the series. He is a dim-witted, ingenious, sometimes selfish, but a lovable buffoon who brings connivances to everyday tasks. Mr. Bean rarely talks, and when he does, it is just a few mumbled words in a comically low-pitched voice. You will always see Mr. Beans dressed in his trademark tweed jacket and red tie.

2. Teddy:

The Teddy you see here is no ordinary stuffed toy. He’s Mr. Bean’s best friend. It is a dark brown bear, knitted oddly with sausage-shaped limbs, black nose and button eyes. Mr. Teddy also has a girlfriend, and it’s none other than Lottie, Irma Gobb’s teddy bear. How would your kid decorate this cute teddy bear? Would he use the standard brown or will he make it a multicolored teddy?

3. Julia Wicket:

This coloring page features Julia Wicket, Mr. Bean’s landlady and the main antagonist of the “Mr. Bean” series. Her actions towards Mr. Bean are very cruel and hostile, but deep down inside, she is not an entirely evil character. She has an evil, frightening laughter than she puts to use whenever she sees Mr. Bean in some misfortune. Julia Wicket is also the owner of the evil, one-eyed cat Scrapper.

4. Irma Gobb:

The geek with large glasses you see here is Irma Gobb, Mr. Bean’s girlfriend. Mr. Bean met Irma in a library. Initially, Mr. Bean considered Irma more of a friend and a companion than a love interest but realizes his real feelings for her when he sees her dancing with another man in the discotheque. Even Irma Gobb has a teddy bear named Lottie.

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5. Scrapper:

This coloring page shows Mr. Bean running after Scrapper. Scrapper, the secondary antagonist of the series, seems to have a deep loathing for Mr. Bean. He takes immense delight seeing misfortune befall Mr. Bean. In fact, he hates almost every human and does not feel shy about expressing it in a violent manner.

6. Mr. Bean’s Car:

This coloring page shows Mr. Bean with his beloved, green car. Mr. Bean’s car, a 1976 British Leyland Mini, is central to several of Mr. Bean’s antics. Once he tried starting the car with different keys and the other time, attempted to avoid a car-parking fee by driving out through the entrance. Mr. Bean has even driven the car while sitting in an armchair tied to the roof.

7. Mr. Bean And Teddy:

This coloring page of Mr.Bean features Mr. Bean with his best buddy, Teddy. Mr. Bean loves Teddy more than anything else in the world. He takes Teddy wherever he goes, even to work. Teddy is inanimate, but Mr. Bean pretends that it is alive. He talks to the bear and asks for his suggestions in his plans and schemes. He even buys Christmas presents for him every year. Isn’t that cute?

8. The Running Battle:

This coloring page shows Mr. Bean contesting a marathon. Mr. Bean entered a local marathon just to impress Mrs. Wicket’s elderly friends. Unfortunately, Tutati, the vicious neighbor dog, ruins the race. What do you think will be the outcome of this marathon? Do you think Mr. Bean can defeat Goddawin?

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9. Mr. Bean Doing Laundry:

Everything that Mr. Bean does is funny, whether he is going to the dentist, playing golf or doing laundry. It was Sunday, so Mr. Bean thought of doing the laundry. But why has he washed the Teddy, umbrella, book and saucepan? It’s very hard to understand Mr. Bean!

10. Mr. Bean Attending A Fair:

This coloring page shows Mr. Bean in an exhibition with Teddy. But why is Mr. Bean looking so upset? Did someone try to harm Teddy? If yes, then Mr. Bean is surely not going to spare him. Tell your kid to write a short story that can go with the picture.

We hope the kids enjoy coloring these images. Share your kid’s most favorite Mr. Bean coloring page with us by commenting below.

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