Pee-Wee Herman is undoubtedly one of the most eccentric fictional characters over the last 30 years. Despite having many movies and TV shows to his name, Paul Reubens has become even more interesting than his on-screen persona…. In fact, it is reported that the relationship helped the actor overcome depression caused by his arrest.
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Factory Blu-ray boxed set of Pee-wee's Playhouse: The Complete Seriesa painstakingly restored collection that is a boon for fans of the beloved Saturday morning classic. In honor of the release, we're dishing up 20 fun facts you may not have known about the Playhousefrom the TV shows that inspired Paul Reubens's creation to the next time you might see Pee-wee on the big screen. These facts are so fun, in fact, that we're sure you're going to love them.
His first appearance on stage as the zany, quirky and lovable Pee-wee Herman was in Reubens had a harmonica that said "Pee Wee" on it and Reubens thought that would be a perfect name for his fictional character. He let Pee-wee borrow the suit and he never got it back. The bow tie was also borrowed and the only thing that actually belonged to Reubens was his pair of white shoes.
Come on in, and pull yourself up a chair like Chairry! Let the fun begin, it's time to let down your hair! Pee-wee's SO excited, 'Cause all his friends have been invited that's you!
E very Saturday morning, kids — and a good deal of teenagers, twentysomething hipsters, and in-the-know thirtysomething adults — would tune in to see a claymation beaver gnawing on a wooden sign, then be whisked through a jungle and across a field to an odd-looking house. Monkeys and pterodactyls flit and fly onscreen; a giggling guy in a thin gray suit unexpectedly walks by, very close to camera. A giant Sphinx!
Let the fun begin, it's time to let down your hair! Pee-wee's so excited, 'cause all his friends have been invited that's you! To go wacky, at pee-wee's playhouse!
Pee-wee's Playhouse is an American children's television program starring Paul Reubens as the childlike Pee-wee Herman which ran from to on Saturday mornings on CBSand airing in reruns until July While enjoying continuous popularity with the show, Reubens teamed with young director Tim Burton in to make the comedy film Pee-wee's Big Adventure. Epatha Merkerson. Production began in New York City in the summer of in a converted loft on Broadwaywhich one of the show's writers, George McGrath, described as a " sweatshop ".
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The experiential marketing, social media, and branding agency gave its client event an offbeat theme inspired by a classic Saturday-morning show of the s: Pee-wee's Playhouse. Take a peek inside the nostalgic event, which offered everything from a ball pit to a chance to sit on "Chairry. Jenny Berg. Dubbed "MKG-Wee's Playhouse," the event had bright signage at its entrance to welcome guests to the event.