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Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
(1) The fella in the gray leisure suit winning the Tour De France on a bike that wasn't designed for racing. (2) Remember the old Batman series with Adam West? What happened when Bruce slid down the Bat-pole? He seemed to slide right into his costume. The Pee-Wee-Pole was no different. (3) Pancakes with two strips of bacon, a strawberry and two sunny-side-up eggs arranged in the shape of a smiley face, with some Mr. T cereal sprinkled on top. (4) Behind a remote-controlled bush in his yard. (5) Only a few links were left behind. What does that tell you? The thief made off with the chains, as well as the bike. All he had to do was cut the tethered end.

(6)  He bought a pack of trick gum, a pair of headlight glasses, and a red, boomerang bow-tie. (7) He kissed it but he never said he loved it. (8) He said that to Dottie. (9) He had no intention of paying the person who returned it. (10) They ran like scared rabbits when he snarled at them.


Big Daddy
He asked Julian (Cole and Dylan Sprouse), "How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?"
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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Opening a film with a dream sequence isn't that uncommon. What made this one rather unique was that you knew it was a dream from the get-go. There weren't any bicycle-chomping, purple dinosaurs (not yet, anyway), so what gave it away?
2. Think how much time you could save each morning if you had a fire-pole in your house. If the one that Pee-Wee (Paul Reubens) owned existed in the DC Universe, every caped crusader not named Batman would want one. Tell us why.

3. The next time you're in an IHOP, ask for the Pee-Wee special. Their reply will probably be "What's that?" If you can describe it, maybe they'll bring it to you. Go ahead. Tell them (and us) exactly what you want.

4. Tony Montana (Al Pacino) spent twelve percent of his adjusted gross income on counter-surveillance to protect his empire in Scarface. Where did Pee-Wee keep his bicycle when it wasn't under lock and key?

5. Pee-Wee's bike wasn't stolen because of carelessness. He chained that puppy up real good before he went into Mario's (Monte Landis) Magic shop.
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Tim Burton, 1985
So good, in fact, that Houdini would have had a difficult time escaping if he were bound the same way. So how did a two-bit thief succeed?

6. One of the items that Pee-Wee bought in Mario's shop was sold by the pack. Another could be called a pair. You're on your own with the third.

7. If a loved one were missing, wouldn't that be considered a police emergency? Pee-Wee loved his bicycle more than most people love their own spouse, so an argument could certainly have been made in his favor. Did he say he loved his bike at any point in the film?

8. "There are a lot of things about me you don't know anything about. Things you wouldn't understand. (Things) you couldn't understand. Things you shouldn't understand." Who was Pee-Wee talking to when those words were
spoken?

9. How Pee-Wee paid for anything is anyone's guess. He didn't have a job that we know of. So how could he offer $10,000 for the return of his bike?

10. Trouble seemed to follow Pee-Wee wherever he went. It found him again in the chapter entitled Madam Ruby. We wouldn't have done what he did when he was confronted by a group of thugs, but it worked for him. How did he get himself out of that predicament?
Got an annoying kid brother or sister who repeats everything you say? Call yourself an idiot or do what Sonny (Adam Sandler) did in Big Daddy. Give it a try. You can thank us later.
Big Daddy
Dennis Dugan, 1999
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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