Pee Wee Herman Doll - The miniature
representation of comedian/actor Pee Wee Herman,
the star of the Emmy-winning Saturday
live-action children's program PEE WEE'S
The doll is garbed in Pee Wee Herman's trademark
clothing (a size-too-small 1950s style gray
plaid suit, skinny red bow tie, white socks and
shoes) which he later wore in his movies Pee
Wee's Big Adventure (1985) about a
cross-country search for his stolen bicycle and
Big Top Pee Wee (1988) with Pee Wee cast
in the role of a farmer with a talking pig who
joined a circus and fell in love with Gina, a
beautiful Italian trapeze artist.
When the FOX network comedy IN LIVING COLOR
returned for the 1991 fall season, comedian Jim
Carrey portrayed Pee Wee Herman in a mock
commercial promoting a new and improved
anatomically correct Pee Wee Herman doll with
"Turbo Fist" (so it could beat its drum). If you
pulled its voice box string, the doll spoke such
phrases as "I have the right to remain silent,"
"I have the right to an attorney," and "What if
I did some charity work instead."
The doll (made by Sleazo products) spoofed the
fact that earlier that year Pee Wee Herman was
arrested in an adult movie house for allegedly
"exposing his sexual organ" and masturbating in
See also -
CHILDREN'S SHOW HOSTS - "Pee Wee Herman"
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