074 – TFFP: Pee Wee Double Feature Part 1 – Pee Wee’s Big Adventure (1985)

EP74- Pee Wee Herman Double-Feature - courtesy of Kevin Spencer @ inkspatters.comIn this episode of The Forgotten Flix Podcast, we’re talking Pee Wee’s Big Adventure (1985) AND Big Top Pee Wee (1988)! Wait a tic! What’s that?!? You say, the boys went on about Pee Wee’s Big Adventure for so long that they decided to break this bad boy into a two parter?

Say it’s so!

Well, it is so. This week it’s Part 1 where we focus on the Big Adventure and next week we’ll roll out Part 2 when we go under the Big Top with Senor Pee Wee (Can you say Adobe? Adobe!).

Directed by: Tim Burton

Screenplay by: Phil Hartman, Paul Reubens, and Michael Varhol

Starring: Pee Wee Herman, Elizabeth Daily, Mark Holton, and Diane Salinger

Background Info (from Wikipedia)Pee-wee’s Big Adventure is a 1985 American adventure comedy film directed by Tim Burton in his full-length debut and starring Paul Reubens as Pee-wee Herman. Reubens also co-wrote the script withPhil Hartman and Michael Varhol. Supporting roles are played by Elizabeth Daily, Mark Holton, Diane Salinger and Judd Omen. Pee-wee’s Big Adventure tells the story of Pee-wee Herman embarking on nation-wide adventure in search of his stolen bicycle.

This week’s movie picks are:

Jason’s Pick:

Beetlejuice (1988)

Joel’s Pick:

The Big Picture (1989)

Next week we’re talking about… Big Top Pee Wee (1988) for the second part of our Pee Wee Herman Double Feature!

Special thanks to:

The fantastic show-notes art provided by artist Kevin Spencer. Check out his other groovy artwork at inkspatters.com, and like his Facebook page, The Art of Kevin Spencer.

The hilarious spoiler alert featured in this episode provided by Jay V. Please check out his hilarious podcast at JayVMail.com!

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About Joel Robertson

I'm the father of three boys and married to my high school sweetheart. I'm a former public school teacher (and still recovering from PTSD), reformed filmmaker, podcaster, writer, and fan of all things movie related.

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