Pee-wee Herman and pals are celebrating Christmas in the Playhouse in their own creative ways: Pee-wee makes a list for Santa Claus 1 1/2 miles long, teaches Little Richard how to ice skate, goes for a sleigh ride with Magic Johnson, commands Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello to make Christmas cards, receives a long phone call from Dinah Shore, even has more musical fun with k.d. lang, the Del Rubio Triplettes and Charo! Finally, Big Red arrives and announces that Pee-wee's Christmas list was so big, he didn't have enough presents for all the children of the world. Will Pee-wee follow his own advice and help others? Written by
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was asked by Paul Reubens to be on the show after hearing her first record in which was given to him by issue of Warner Bros. Her segment took the longest to film; nearly half a day. See more
There ain't no such thing as Santa Claus.
Alright, I'll just take your stocking down.
Wait a minute, Pee-Wee, let's not be hasty here. Why not leave it up? Just for decoration, you understand.
During the end credits, Dinah Shore continues to sing "Twelve Days of Christmas" and after the credits, she asks where Pee-Wee has gone because the mannequin dressed as Pee-Wee does not respond. See more
O Come All Ye Faithful/Deck the Halls/It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
Music attributed to John Francis Wade
, lyrics traditional, translated by Frederick Oakeley
/ traditional tune, English lyrics by Thomas Oliphant
/ lyrics by Edmund Hamilton Sears
, music by Richard Storrs Willis
Performed by Paul Reubens
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