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Pee-Wee Goes to Prison (2003)

Short | 12 min | Short

Unbeknownst to Pee-Wee and crew, the Playhouse is surrounded by a SWAT team. And just as Conki delivers the day's secret word- Justice -all hell breaks loose. When the smoke clears, Pee-Wee finds himself under arrest- For manufacture and ...See moreUnbeknownst to Pee-Wee and crew, the Playhouse is surrounded by a SWAT team. And just as Conki delivers the day's secret word- Justice -all hell breaks loose. When the smoke clears, Pee-Wee finds himself under arrest- For manufacture and distribution of 'Yo'. Taken downtown and booked, the facts of the case are slowly revealed to him- he's been set up by Playhouse mean guy, Randy. Pee-Wee is abandoned by his big-time TV handlers. His public defendant recommends he cop a plea and take the 10 years, but Pee-Wee, innocent of the mechanics of drug law sentencing, goes to trial, where he faces a life sentence. Pee-Wee's defense is no match for Randy's lies-he's found guilty and sent to prison where he narrowly escapes the worst of horrors. Meanwhile, on the outside, Miss Yvonne, Cowboy Curtis and the gang, mount a campaign to free Pee-Wee. Presidential candidate Jesse Ventura is persuaded to make Pee-Wee's release a part of his platform, and when later Jesse is elected president, not only does he free Pee-Wee, but all the non-violent 'Yo' offenders across the land. Back at the Playhouse, Cowboy Curtis wrangles a face to face meeting with Randy and Pee-Wee. But Pee-Wee isn't bitter- He's proud to have played a part in the release of all the prisoners who didn't even have a campaign. Written by Anonymous See less
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John Humphrey (screenplay)
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Updated Nov 15, 2003

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Nov 15, 2003 (United States)

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Ian Harris
Pee-Wee / Cowboy Curtis / Jesse Ventura (voice) Pee-Wee / Cowboy Curtis / Jesse Ventura (voice)   See fewer
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Wendel Meldrum
Miss Yvonne / Chairy / Jury Spokesperson (voice) Miss Yvonne / Chairy / Jury Spokesperson (voice)   See fewer
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Mark Humphrey
DEA Agent / Prison Guard / Judge (voice) DEA Agent / Prison Guard / Judge (voice)   See fewer
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Jeff Wincott
Team Leader / Cop 1 / Bailiff (voice) Team Leader / Cop 1 / Bailiff (voice)   See fewer
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