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When Reubens created Pee-wee in , the character was just another Groundlings oddball. Audiences flipped for Pee-wee, though, and soon the Groundlings were staging The Pee-wee Herman Show to enthusiastic midnight crowds.
At that point, he still seemed to most people an inexplicable show-biz freak. All of a sudden, Pee-wee Herman was a cult figure with a mass following.
And they loved him in France. Caligari with a raspberry-and-lime Jell-O mold constructed by Disney technicians recovering from Taiwan flu.
Reubens reportedly oversaw this mini-empire with incredible attention to detail, sending the Pee-wee doll back to the drawing board eight times.
Many people feel that the alleged crime — of which Reubens is still innocent until proven otherwise — is hardly heinous.
Maybe it will make people see him as a normal sexual human being. Fans have shown in the last two weeks that they want to see Pee-wee Herman sail into the future on his way-cool bike, just as he did at the end of every Playhouse episode.
But the question remains: even if Paul Reubens achieves that happy ending, will it be the one he wants?
The men in our poll were more likely to forgive and forget than the women, and among people under 30, support for Reubens was especially strong.
When Pee-wee's fame started growing, Reubens started to move away from the spotlight, keeping his name under wraps and making all his public appearance and interviews in character while billing Pee-wee as playing himself; Reubens was trying to "get the public to think that that was a real person".
The success of The Pee-wee Herman Show prompted Warner Bros. Reubens' original idea was to do a remake of Pollyanna , which Reubens claims is his favorite film.
Halfway through writing the script, Reubens noticed everyone at Warner Bros. After seeing the success of Pee-wee's Big Adventure , the CBS network approached Reubens with an ill-received cartoon series proposal.
Epatha Merkerson , production began in New York City. Playhouse was designed as an educational yet entertaining and artistic show for children and, despite being greatly influenced by s shows Reubens watched as a child like The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show , The Mickey Mouse Club , Captain Kangaroo and Howdy Doody , it quickly acquired a dual audience of kids and grownups.
In , Reubens billed as Paul Mall was the voice of the ship's computer in Flight of the Navigator. In , Reubens provided the voice of REX, the main robot in the George Lucas produced Disneyland attraction, Star Tours ,  and reprised the role of Pee-wee Herman in cameo appearances in the film Back to the Beach and TV show Sesame Street , the latter of which made a cameo in Playhouse.
Right after the success of Pee-wee's Big Adventure , Reubens began working with Paramount Pictures on a sequel entitled Big Top Pee-wee.
Reubens and George McGrath's script was directed by Grease director Randal Kleiser. Reubens attended Academy Awards with Top co-star Valeria Golino , which stirred rumors that the two were dating.
Pee-wee's Playhouse aired from September 13, , until November 10, Reubens had originally agreed to do two more seasons after the third, and when CBS asked Reubens about the possibility of a sixth season he declined, wanting to take a sabbatical.
Reubens had not always thought of his character as one for children, but sometime during the mids, he started forming Pee-wee into the best role model he possibly could, making of his show a morally positive show that cared about issues like racial diversity.
Being a heavy smoker, he went to great lengths never to be photographed with a cigarette in his mouth, even refusing to endorse candy bars and other kinds of junk food , all the while trying to release his own sugar-free cereal "Ralston Purina Pee-wee Chow cereal", a project that died after a blind test.
A later press release and many other promos confirmed that the show's 45 original episodes would nightly air from Monday to Thursday starting on that date.
In , TV Guide named Playhouse one of the top 10 TV cult classics of all time. In November , all 45 episodes of the Playhouse , plus six episodes that had never before been released on home video, were released on DVD split between two box set collections.
On July 3, , Shout! Factory announced that they had acquired the rights to the entire series from Reubens, which was released on Blu-ray on October 21, In addition, the entire series was digitally remastered from the original 35mm film elements and original audio tracks.
The collection was loosely inspired by Milli Vanilli , MC Hammer , Vanilla Ice , and Pee-wee Herman. Pee-wee's sneakers use a gray and white color scheme with red detail, with an illustration on the insole of a man in a suit sitting alone in a theatre with his hand on his lap suggesting Reubens' theatre arrest.
Reubens has mentioned he has plans for a museum, which would contain many of the Playhouse sets and props he still owns. In July , Reubens was arrested in Sarasota, Florida , for masturbating during a film at an adult movie theater.
This sweep also resulted in three other arrests. When detectives examined his driver's license, Reubens told them, "I'm Pee-wee Herman", and offered to do a children's benefit for the sheriff's office, "to take care of this".
His second arrest was in when Reubens was placed on two years' probation for possession of marijuana, although adjudication was withheld.
The arrest was widely covered, and Reubens and his character both became the subject of ridicule. Disney-MGM Studios suspended a video that showed Pee-wee explaining how voice-over tracks were made from its studio tour.
Toys "R" Us removed Pee-wee toys from its stores. However, the popularity of the show had put it into syndication, which CBS revoked on July 29, On November 7, , Reubens pleaded no contest.
The plea kept the charge off Reubens' record and obligated him to spend 75 hours performing community service, where he made two anti-drug public service announcements that were self-produced and financed.
Both PSAs were praised for showing the dangers of drugs in a manner kids could understand. Despite the negative publicity, many artists who knew Reubens, such as Cyndi Lauper , Annette Funicello , Zsa Zsa Gabor , and Valeria Golino , spoke out in his support.
Epatha Merkerson , and Big Top Pee-wee director Randal Kleiser , also spoke in support. Reubens, who for years would not give interviews or appear on talk shows,   did make a subsequent public appearance as Pee-wee at the MTV Video Music Awards on September 5,  where he asked the audience, "Heard any good jokes lately?
Reubens then appeared as Pee-wee once in , when he participated in a Grand Ole Opry tribute to Minnie Pearl. During the s, Reubens kept a low profile, dedicating himself to writing and collecting a variety of things, "everything from fake food, to lamps",  although he did do some dubbing and took small parts in films such as 's Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Tim Burton 's Batman Returns Reubens portrayed the Penguin 's father and 's Matilda and Dunston Checks In.
In , he voiced for a character in another one of Burton's productions, The Nightmare Before Christmas. Reubens would later voice Lock for the video game The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge in Reubens dated actress Debi Mazar in after he started attending film premieres with her.
During the mids, Reubens played a recurring role on the TV series Murphy Brown. The role earned him positive reviews and his first and only non-Pee-wee Emmy nomination, for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series.
He appeared six times on the show between and Afterward, Reubens began working on an NBC pilot entitled Meet the Muckles , a show that would be based on You Can't Take It with You.
The project got stuck in development hell , and was later dropped when Reubens' ideas grew too elaborate and expensive, although Philip Rosenthal blamed NBC's negative response on Reubens being on a "blacklist".
By , Reubens had given several interviews as himself and made public appearances while promoting the movie Mystery Men , the first being on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in In , Reubens had his first extended television role since Playhouse , as the host of the short-lived ABC game show You Don't Know Jack , based on the game of the same name.
It was cancelled after six episodes due to low ratings. His performance was praised and he began receiving scripts for potential movie projects. In November , while filming David LaChapelle 's video for Elton John 's " This Train Don't Stop There Anymore ", Reubens learned that police were at his home with a search warrant , acting on a tip from a witness in the pornography case against actor Jeffrey Jones ,  finding among over 70, items of kitsch memorabilia, two grainy videotapes and dozens of photographs that the city attorney 's office characterized as a collection of child pornography.
Paul Reubens on the charges. In March , child pornography charges were dropped in exchange for Reubens' guilty plea to a lesser charge.
For the next three years, he was required to register his address with the sheriff's office and he could not be in the company of minors without the permission of a parent or legal guardian.
He spent the next two years in Florida caring for his terminally ill father, who died in February of cancer. Reubens has made cameos and guest appearances in numerous projects.
He played Rick of the citizen's patrol on the popular Comedy Central series Reno ! The video has the band engaging in a comical soapbox car race, with Reubens playing the bad guy who sabotages the race.
In , Reubens attended his own tribute at the SF Sketchfest , where he talked about his career with Ben Fong-Torres.
This time he was recommended for the role by Dirt star and close friend Courteney Cox. Cox's husband, David Arquette , would then cast Reubens for his directorial debut, the film The Tripper.
Reubens has also had small parts dubbing or making cameos in a series of Cartoon Network projects such as the television film Re-Animated , the animated cartoon series Chowder , Tom Goes to the Mayor , and Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!
Also during , Reubens did a PSA for Unscrew America, a website that aims to get people to change regular light bulbs for more energy-efficient ones in the form of CFLs and LED.
In , Reubens voiced Bat-Mite in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode "Legends of the Dark Mite". In January , Reubens hinted that negotiations were under way for his stage show to come back,  and in August the return of The Pee-wee Herman Show was announced.
But after appearing for the first time since as Pee-wee at Spike TV 's Guys' Choice Awards, Reubens had remained optimistic and had jokingly said he's no longer nervous about being young Pee-wee again thanks to digital retouching.
The show was originally scheduled to begin November 8 and continue until the 29th at the Music Box Theater in Hollywood. Due to high demand, the show moved to Club Nokia LA Live and was scheduled to run between January 12, , and February 7.
A Twitter account, a Facebook account and a new website were made for Pee-wee after the show changed venues. On November 1, , Reubens was a special guest star on a WWE Raw episode as Pee-wee.
On January 15, , Reubens appeared on Saturday Night Live as Pee-Wee in an extended and well received segment depicting Andy Samberg and Pee-wee getting drunk, taking a ride on a mechanical bull, doing the tequila dance and ambushing Anderson Cooper in an alley way with a chair.
From to Reubens contributed his voice talents to the animated series Tron: Uprising as Pavel. In , Reubens appeared in TV on the Radio 's music video for Happy Idiot.
Ever since Reubens started giving interviews again after his arrest, he has talked about the two scripts he has written for future Pee-wee Herman films.
Reubens once called his first script The Pee-wee Herman Story ,  describing it as a black comedy. He has also referred to the script as "dark Pee-wee" or "adult Pee-wee",  with the plot involving Pee-wee becoming famous as a singer after making a hit single and moving to Hollywood , where "he does everything wrong and becomes a big jerk".
The second film, a family-friendly adventure, is called Pee-wee's Playhouse: The Movie by Reubens,   and follows Pee-wee and his Playhouse friends on a road-trip adventure, meaning that they would leave the house for the first time and go out into "Puppetland".
All of the original characters of the show, live-action and puppets are included in Reubens' script. The story happens in a fantasy land that would be reminiscent of H.
Pufnstuf and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Although he hasn't revealed much about the scripts, he has said that one of the two films opens in prison.
Reubens approached Pee-wee's Big Adventure director Tim Burton with one of the scripts and talked to Johnny Depp about the possibility of having him portray Pee-wee, but Burton was too busy, and Depp said he would have to think about it.
In January , Reubens reprised his role as Pee-wee and reused the set of Pee-wee's Playhouse albeit slightly modified for a short sketch on Funny or Die.
In the sketch, Pee-wee comes home and shows off a brand-new iPad given to him by Steve Jobs. This leads to a long argument between him and his puppet friends, who point out all of the iPad's disadvantages — even Conky himself points out its flaws by stating that "it looks like a giant iPhone ".
A friend sent me pictures of a little girl who dresses like me, so naturally I had to learn more! Imagine no longer… watch this!!! BFI : Good strong coffee is the greatest drug of all, at least according to this power-packed psychedelic cinema promo film shot in swinging The inspiration for the name came from a Pee-wee brand miniature harmonica and the surname of an energetic boy Reubens knew from his youth.
Sometime in Reubens debuted his character on the television show The Dating Game , appearing three times. Throughout his film and television programs, Pee-wee Herman's background has remained relatively ambiguous.
During interviews, he has been portrayed as though he is a real life stand-up comedian who expanded his career by playing himself in his films and TV series.
This is echoed by the fact that a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was awarded to Pee-wee Herman rather than Paul Reubens.
During a June segment on Late Night with David Letterman , Pee-wee said he has a sister named Hermione who was a Girl Scout, his mother's name is Honny Herman, and his father's name is Herman Herman.
He went on to say that everyone in his family has a first name that begins with an "H" except for him. This was again stated during a special which elaborated that Pee-wee was raised in Florida.
Pee-wee is commonly portrayed as an impatient and fun-loving child with dainty, effeminate mannerisms and quirky facial expressions. His age has never been explicitly stated; although, he once proclaimed on The Pee-wee Herman Show , "I'm the luckiest boy in the world".
David Letterman once said of the character, "What makes me laugh He also played vengeful tricks in the aforementioned film and occasionally threw childish tantrums on Pee-wee's Playhouse.
Reubens has said that he feels Pee-wee "resets" after each adventure, his experiences only changing him slightly, and compared him to Dorothy Gale at the end of The Wizard of Oz.
Paul Reubens auditioned for Saturday Night Live for the —81 season but was not accepted into the cast. He first plays a rude receptionist in the film, spewing obscenities at police and being arrested.
The character is later introduced as Pee-wee Herman, approaching the stage just before disputing with the film's title characters again. Shortly after the film, Reubens took Pee-wee to the real stage.
Originally, Reubens imbued Pee-wee with sexuality that was later toned down as the character made the transition from raucous night club to children's television though innuendo was still apparent, particularly between the Cowboy Curtis and Miss Yvonne characters.
The stage show was popularized by HBO when The Pee-wee Herman Show aired in The show featured the writing and acting of Groundlings alumni Phil Hartman and John Paragon , who would both reprise their characters on Pee-wee's Playhouse.
The Pee-wee Herman Show played for five sellout months at The Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles, whereupon HBO filmed it and aired it as a special on September 11, Following the success of The Pee-wee Herman Show , in the early and mids Reubens made several guest appearances on Late Night with David Letterman as Pee-wee Herman.
These performances gave Pee-wee an even bigger following than he had with his HBO special. In , Pee-wee Herman traveled the United States with The Pee-wee Herman Show , making highly publicized stops at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis and Caroline's in New York City.
In Pee-wee Herman sold out New York City's Carnegie Hall. Reubens said his appearances on David Letterman's show made Pee-wee a star. While on the Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. He began writing about Herman's love for his bike and his efforts to locate it once it was stolen. Hartman, Reubens and Michael Varhol co-wrote the script for Pee-wee's Big Adventure , basing the story loosely on Vittorio De Sica 's The Bicycle Thief.
It was released on August 9, , and, while receiving mixed reviews, performed well at the box office and would become a cult film. Reubens was the originator of the "Pee-wee dance" in the movie, and he had performed it publicly many times prior to making the film.
Pee-wee hosted the th episode of Saturday Night Live on November 23, Phil Hartman, who would become an SNL cast member the following year , was credited for writing the "Pee-wee Herman Thanksgiving Special" sketch and appeared as a pilgrim in it.
The following year, Pee-wee along with Hartman found a home on the small screen with the Saturday morning children's program Pee-wee's Playhouse on the American CBS network for the next five years Shirley Stoler , Johann Carlo , Gilbert Lewis and Roland Rodriguez appeared only for the first 13 episodes before their characters were dropped or recast.
The show starred Pee-wee living in his wild and wacky Playhouse, full of talking chairs, animals, robots and other puppet and human characters.
The show became a hit, and during its time on the air, Pee-wee's Playhouse garnered 15 Emmy Awards. Pee-wee also became the first guest on The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers on its October 9, , premiere.
Reubens also filmed an insert for Sesame Street as Pee-wee, reciting his own version of the alphabet. That same year "Pee-wee" was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and starred in Pee-wee's Playhouse Christmas Special.
The program included various celebrity guests, including Oprah Winfrey , Cher , Whoopi Goldberg , Grace Jones , Little Richard and Joan Rivers among others.
In July , while visiting relatives, Reubens was arrested in Sarasota, Florida , for masturbating publicly in an adult theater.
Said visit on the night of the incident also resulted in three other men being arrested on similar charges. However, due to its widespread popularity, CBS elected to rerun Playhouse in syndication.
The arrest was widely covered, and both the character Pee-wee and Reubens became the subject of ridicule.
CBS stopped airing Playhouse and Disney-MGM Studios suspended from its studio tour a video that showed Pee-wee explaining how voice-over tracks were made and Toys-R-Us removed Pee-wee toys from its stores.
Despite the negative publicity, many artists who knew Reubens, such as Cyndi Lauper , Annette Funicello , Zsa Zsa Gabor and Valeria Golino , spoke out in his support.
Epatha Merkerson and Big Top Pee-wee director Randal Kleiser , also spoke out against the way Reubens was being treated by the media.
At the MTV Video Music Awards Reubens made his first public appearance after the arrest. Taking the stage in costume as Pee-wee, he asked the audience, "Heard any good jokes lately?
During the filming of Mystery Men , Reubens appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in in one of his first interviews not as Pee-wee.
It was also on that interview that Reubens first announced plans to start writing a new Pee-wee movie. In a interview with Entertainment Weekly , Reubens also mentioned his hope that Hollywood has not seen the last of Pee-wee.
Reubens later stated a strong possibility of a Pee-wee's Playhouse movie on an NPR interview with Terry Gross on December 27, A third Pee-wee movie was also suggested.
During this time, Reubens stated both were actively being worked on. In , Fox Family aired reruns of Pee-wee's Playhouse. On July 10, , Cartoon Network began airing Pee-wee's Playhouse during its Adult Swim lineup.
The show's 45 original episodes were planned to air on the block Monday to Thursday at 11 p. ET starting on that date. In October , Reubens made a public appearance, dressed as Pee-wee at Chiller Theatre Expo, an East Coast fan convention, with Pee-wee's Playhouse co-star, Lynne Marie Stewart.
There he signed pictures and other memorabilia, and posed for photographs with fans. At Spike TV 's Guys' Choice Awards in June, Reubens appeared on TV as the Pee-wee Herman character for the first time since Daily Dotty , Judd Omen Mickey , Diane Salinger Simone , Daryl Keith Roach Chuck, the bike shop owner , and Mark Holton Francis were all present.
On January 15, , Reubens appeared on Saturday Night Live as Pee-wee in an extended and well-received segment depicting Andy Samberg and Pee-wee getting drunk, taking a ride on a mechanical bull, doing the tequila dance and ambushing Anderson Cooper in an alley way with a chair.
On February 1, , Reubens appeared as Pee-wee on Bravo's Top Chef: Texas and served as guest judge. Part of the contestants challenge was to ride a bike, similar to Pee-wee's, while gathering ingredients through San Antonio to prepare and serve a special lunch for Pee-wee at the Alamo.
The use of The Alamo is a reference to Pee-wee's film, Pee-wee's Big Adventure , where his stolen bike is allegedly hidden.He is best known for his character Pee-wee Herman. Reubens joined the Los Angeles troupe The Groundlings in the s, and started his career as an improvisational comedian and stage actor. In , Reubens began appearing in a show about a character he had been developing for years. Hilarious scene of Pee Wee Herman walking into a biker bistrotchezmaurice.com the mayhem begins!. Pee-wee Herman is a comic fictional character created and portrayed by American comedian Paul Reubens. He is best known for his two television series and film series during the s. The childlike Pee-wee Herman character developed as a stage act that quickly led to an HBO special in January 25th, / by Pee-wee Herman BFI: Good strong coffee is the greatest drug of all, at least according to this power-packed psychedelic cinema promo film shot in swinging Read More. That all changed with ’s Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, the feature film debut for Herman and director Burton. Adventure cost $6 million to make, opened to uncomprehending reviews — and stunned.