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The car that Johnny English uses is an Aston Martin DB7 Vantage which is actually Rowan Atkinson's own car.
In the Sushi Bar scene, when Johnny English and Agent Lorna were toasting, Johnny said a sentence in Japanese which subtitled into English as "May all your daughters be born with three bottoms". What he actually said in Japanese was "Kimi no musumesan-tachi ni chiisai chinchin ga tsuitemasu you ni", which literally means "May all your daughters have small penises".
The first scene showing Johnny English in his office, just after the dream intro sequence, Rowan Atkinson is wearing the classic 'Mr Bean' outfit.
The Johnny English character is based on a cowardly, incompetent spy played by Rowan Atkinson who first appeared in a series of television commercials for Barclaycard, with his assistant Bough (then played by Henry Naylor). The "poison dart pen" sequence is based on a scene in the commercials where Johnny shoots himself in the leg with the pen.
Two of the writers of the screenplay (Neal Purvis and Robert Wade) also worked on six James Bond films: 007: Liiga kitsas maailm (1999), 007: Surra veel üks päev (2002), 007: Casino Royale (2006), 007: Veidi lohutust (2008), 007: Skyfall (2012) and 007: Spectre (2015).
Rowan Atkinson later admitted that he was dissatisfied with the film, describing it as "five good jokes and a lot of longueurs".
The parachute drop was filmed at Canary Wharf, London.
Natalie Imbruglia's feature film debut.
John Malkovich, who plays the Frenchman Pascal Sauvage, is actually fluent in French, having spent nearly 10 years working in a theater in Southern France.
At one point, English mentions a singing technique to find his way through a darkness, which he states has to be in E-flat. Although the first note he sings is a B-flat, he is actually singing in the key of E-flat.
The Chinese title of this film literally translates into "Mr. Bean (or 'silly bean' as he's called in Chinese) Becomes a Secret Agent". In Brazilian Portuguese it's "Mr. Bean - Um Agente Muito Louco" (a very crazy agent).
The film is based on a series of Barclaycard adverts featuring Rowan Atkinson as an unnamed incompetent spy and Henry Naylor as his sidekick Bough.
The film has been considered by a few to be a remake or updated version of Palja relvaga (1988). In both films, the main protagonists Frank Drebin, a incompetent police officer and Johnny English, a incompetent spy both become suspicious of the film's main antagonists, Vincent Ludwig, a respected businessman and Pasqual Sauvage, a French businessman, when Frank's partner Officer Nordberg is gunned down and the Crown Jewels are stolen and in both films, Frank and Johnny both discover that Ludwig and Sauvage are criminals and they uncover their schemes which both concern Queen Elizabeth.
There is a scene in which 'Rowan Atkinson' (q) plays the part of Baron De Witt, a crazy man who was in line for the throne of England ahead of Pascal Savauge, however this scene was cut from the movie. It can be viewed in the deleted scenes on the DVD Special Features menu.
On the Blu-ray release in the deleted scenes there is a cut in the scene where Sauvage assassinated the Colonel, in a lift disposal unit, in which the flames and the Colonel screaming, which was in the original DVD release, was removed but it is still implied that he was burned to ashes.
The traffic camera shot indications are : Date 21st March 2003. Time 11.36 AM. Speed 63 MPH.
Ben Millar starred with Rowan Atkinson in Mr Bean: Funeral in 2015
Knowing that Johnny English is allegedly based on his character from a series of Barclay's Bank Barclaycard adverts, originally produced for the UK banking market, does give the film a strange air of an extended advert, or a big-budget Corporate Video for the Bank, or a sponsored movie like "Mac & Me". Alternatively, viewers may wish to follow a fan theory that Johnny English may actually be Rowan Atkinson's "Small-Fawcett" character from "Never Say Never Again", later in his British Intelligence career, with a name change within the same story universe.
Bond: the band playing in the background at Sauvage's party.
Peter Howitt: The man that Bough threatens to play the DVD at the crowning ceremony.
Pegasus's (Tim Pigott-Smith) real name is never revealed. In the following film "Johnny English Reborn", the real name of the new Pegasus (Gillian Anderson is revealed as Pamela Thornton.
In this film, Rowan Atkinson's character publicly humiliates the Archbishop of Canterbury. In The Black Adder: The Archbishop (1983), Atkinson's character becomes the Archbishop of Canterbury.
|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Rowan Atkinson||-||Johnny English|
|Tasha de Vasconcelos||-||Countess Alexandra - Exotic Woman|
|Ben Miller||-||Bough, English's Sidekick|
|Greg Wise||-||Agent One|
|Douglas McFerran||-||Carlos Vendetta|
|Steve Nicolson||-||Dieter Klein|
|Terence Harvey||-||Official at Funeral|
|Kevin McNally||-||Prime Minister|
|Tim Pigott-Smith||-||Pegasus, Head of MI7|
|Nina Young||-||Pegasus' Secretary|
|Rowland Davies||-||Sir Anthony Chevenix|
|Natalie Imbruglia||-||Lorna Campbell|
|Philippa Fordham||-||Snobby Woman|
|John Malkovich||-||Pascal Sauvage, the Greedy Frenchman|