An art dealer befriends a genie whom he frees from a lamp which he has been imprisoned with by an evil wizard for 2000 years for the accidental death of the evil wizard's daughter when the art dealer is fired by his greedy and corrupt boss.
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It's been considered that Bernard and the Genie (1991) (TV) could be set in the same universe as Rowan Atkinson's sitcom The Blackadder (1983) (TV Series) and that Charles Pinksworth could be a descendant of the Blackadders. Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis were the writers and creators of the sitcom. See more
When Josephus takes Bernard flying on his magic carpet for the first time, he says "The real skill is in the landing". Supposedly they crash-land in a back alley full of bins and rubbish, creating a huge mess. However, the prop-explosion that blows up all the bins is visible because they are all neatly stacked at the first moment when the camera shot shows the alley where they "landed". See more
And you are a very large turd in a horrible pink shirt.
I beg your BLOODY pardon?