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|“||Hello! I'm Dr. Beanson, the one of a kind soldier that brings you this message.||”|
— Dr. Beanson
|Created and Designed by||Robert Stainton|
|Episode count||Several episodes|
|Voiced by||James Sharp (Seasons 1-3) Jason Lee (Season 3-present)|
Scott McNeil (some 1998 episodes)
Brennan Howard (some 2005-2009 episodes)
Arturo Mercado (Latin American and Castillian Spanish)
Javier Viñas (some Castillian episodes)
José Luiz Barbeito (Brazilian Portuguese)
Rui Paulo (Eurpoean Portuguese)
Donald Reignoux (Canadian and European French)
Masaya Matsukaze (Japanese)
Karl Bartos (German)
Giorgio Borghetti (Italian)
Kim Sulocki (Swedish)
Jacek Kopczyński (Polish)
Gábor Harsányi (Hungarian)
Jan Martínek (Czech)
|Friends and Allies||Little Guy|
|Enemies||Santed Sailor (occasionally)|
James Kolhart Beanson (better known as Dr. Beanson, and formerly known as Dr. Benson) is a character in Greeny Phatom. He was initially voiced by show animator and master everything-doer James Sharp. He is now voiced by American comedian Jason Lee. In 1996, Dr. Beanson had his own spin-off, called Dr. Beanson.
Dr. Beanson is overall a nice individual. He is very level-headed, relaxed and smart, compared to Little Guy who is very erratic. His track record isn't exactly squeaky clean, however. He has commited various crimes such as shoplifting. He is a very good problem solver and gives great advice to those who need it. He is specifically a psychiatric doctor. Dr. Beanson is a member of The Church of The Age of Aquarius, a religion of diehard Hair fans. He lives with his mother, father and brother, Doctor. Dr. Beanson grew up on a potato farm in Richfield Township, Summit County, Ohio, where he tended and picked potatoes. Dr. Beanson and Little Guy met while studying at the University of the Bahamas and became fast friends.
He has an orange basket-ball-like head much like other Greeny Phatom characters. He wears a gem/window-like hat.
- In the Japanese dub, he is voiced by Masaya Matsukaze.
- In the Swedish dub, he is voiced by Kim Sulocki, but many people thought his voice was too robotic. That's because it first aired in early 1998 and was done in a low-budget studio, like the Greek version.
- Some episodes during the 2005-2009 period had him voiced by Brennan Howard, standing in for Jason Lee who was busy filming and acting in My Name Is Earl.