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Movies (Films in France) is the fourth episode (the second part of the second episode) in The Mr. Men Show.


Mr. Scatterbrain's friends turn the cinema into a zoo; Mr. Rude is swept off his feet while working at the take away stand and Mr. Bump and Little Miss Sunshine make their screen debuts.


  • Mr. Scatterbrain and Mr. Lazy's plot: Mr. Scatterbrain decides to go to the movies, but can't decide how many tickets he wants for him and his animal friends, to Mr. Lazy's chagrin.
  • Mr. Rude's plot: Mr. Rude runs the concession stands, which could spell disaster when making more popcorn.
  • Miss Calamity's plot: Miss Calamity is assigned to put the film in the theatre, but she accidentally gets sucked into it. She then appears on the big screen. (Not in the UK)
  • Mr. Persnickety, Mr. Noisy and Mr. Messy's plot: Mr. Persnickety is having a hard time tolerating noise where he was sitting, especially when he is near both Mr. Noisy and Mr. Messy. Mr. Messy's antics eventually get Mr. Persnickety kicked out by Mr. Noisy alerting Mr. Strong.
  • Trailer plot: An advertisement for "Gamma Goo from Planet 9" (with Mr. Bounce as the announcer) is seen as Mr. Bump as Raphe Daniels must help Miss Sunshine as Victoria Well-Beloved stop the goo made by Miss Scary as Dementicon.


Fun Facts


  • This is the first time Little Miss Scary is playing a villain role for a movie. She will play villain roles again in Cinema and Goo.
  • Mr. Noisy is seen without his Megaphone in this episode.
  • Apparently, animals are also allowed in the cinemas, at least the one in this episode.
  • This episode marks the debut of Little Miss Naughty.


  • Mr. Rude is seen sitting in the cinema in Miss Calamity's plot when he should still be trapped in the popcorn machine? Though Mr. Strong was seen trying to get him out.
  • The mustard on Mr. Persnickety's face disappears when Mr. Noisy says "That's it!".

Real-World References

  • The movie at the beginning is similar to Godzilla and King Kong.
  • The whole trailer for Gamma Goo From Planet 9 is a reference to the 1958 movie "The Blob". The goo in the trailer is also stopped in the same way as the climax of the movie, by using Co2 Extinguishers.


Mr. Quiet auditions for a cowboy movie.

  1. He misses the horse and lands in a water trough.
  2. He successfully lands on the saddle, but the moody horse slides him off and bucks him away.
  3. He successfully lands again but the horse takes off leaving him and the saddle behind.
  4. The horse takes off before Mr. Quiet lands.