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Rich Evirs from Oxnard, California
RIDE THE TIME TUNNEL BACK TO THE MID 80'S WITH PAUL REUBENS AS YOUR GUIDE!
Had the great fortune to attend the kickoff the 35th anniversary of the much beloved Pee-Wee's Big Adventure at the Majestic Ventura Theater. The crowd was predominantly a collection of those of us who were in our teens in 1985! The show is a screening of the film followed by an hour+ of Paul sharing memories of the creation of PWBA! He has more tales than he would ever have time to tell. It’s interesting peering back into the ancient past when no one knew what Paul, Tim Burton & Danny Elfman were about to bring to the world! The screening was a delight. Clips from the wacky MTV premier start the night and soon this silly movie of a boy in search of his lost bicycle plays to a boisterous home team crowd! It morphs into a Rocky Horroresque experience. “Deep in the Heart of Texas” delivered on cue by the entire theater was one of many joyful moments! Knowing Paul was able to hear our loud laughter and reactions to the entire film made it even better. Go get some tickets!
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