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The Fly's Last Flight: Popeye is settling in for a nap in his hammock, but every sound in the city is disturbing him until he moves indoors. Even there, he's plagued by houseflies. He chases them outdoors, except for one. That one ends up in a spinach can and gives Popeye a real fight.

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Released: December 23, 1949
Genres: Animation Comedy Family Short
Director: Seymour Kneitel
Actors: Jack Mercer

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