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Pee-wee's Big Adventure at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Paul Reubens in Person


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On Saturday September 13, hundreds of Pee-wee fans from across Los Angeles gathered over picnic baskets and bottles of wine on the lawn of Hollywood Forever Cemetery. For the last four years, Angelenos have ritualistically descended upon the graveyard to watch Pee-wee's Big Adventure as part of Cinespia � the ultimate L.A. summer screening series.