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Popeye The Sailor Classic Cartoon Shorts
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Popeye the Sailor is an American animated series of comedy short films based on the titular comic strip character created by E. C. Segar. In 1933, Max and Dave Fleischer’s Fleischer Studios adapted Segar’s characters into a series of Popeye the Sailor theatrical cartoon shorts distributed from 1933 to 1952.


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Movie: Popeye the Sailor ( 1933 )
Popeye begins his movie career by singing his theme song, demonstrating his strength at a carnival, dancing the hula with Betty Boop, pummeling Bluto, eating his spinach and saving Olive Oyl from certain doom on the railroad tracks.
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Movie: I Yam What I Yam ( 1933 )
Popeye, Olive Oyl, and Wimpy land in America thanks to her rowing. Popeye quickly turns some trees into a log cabin. He hunts for ducks and encounters some pesky Indians while another band of natives surround his two friends in the cabin.
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Movie: Strong to the Finich ( 1934 )
Olive runs some kind of boarding school. She serves her charges a huge bowl of spinach, but they are less than enthusiastic about it. Popeye comes by and demonstrates the values of spinach: he feeds some to a tree, which grows huge and sprouts a variety of fruit; he feeds a hen, which lays a dozen eggs, and he eats some himself to resist a prizefighter passing by. The children, inspired, feed some to a couple of sorry looking cows, which grow into vicious bulls, sending them up a tree. Popeye saves them, and they finally dig in.
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Movie: Sock-a-Bye, Baby ( 1934 )
Popeye is baby sitting, and the little one won't be quiet unless he's sleeping. Obstacles include a _Harpo Marx_ lookalike playing the harp on the street; a music school; a ship blowing its horn; a radio outside a radio store; a building construction site; blaring car horns. Popeye deals with all of these in the least efficient way possible.
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Movie: A Dream Walking ( 1934 )
Popeye and Bluto each wants to save Olive as she sleepwalks onto a construction site. But most of their efforts go into preventing each other from being the hero.
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Movie: Shiver Me Timbers! ( 1934 )
Popeye, Olive, and Wimpy stumble across a ghost ship. They climb aboard, and it proceeds to scare them in various ways.
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Movie: Shoein' Hosses ( 1934 )
Wimpy is such a terrible helper that blacksmith Olive fires him. Both Popeye and Bluto see the help wanted sign; they compete for the position. Of course, their competition wrecks the shop.
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Movie: The Man on the Flying Trapeze ( 1934 )
Popeye the sailor navigates his ship through the seas, up onto dry land and through the city streets, finally parking it in front of Olive's house. Olive's mother delivers the sad news that Popeye's girl has run off with a "daring young man on the flying trapeze." Three boys, who worship the pop-eyed sailor as a hero, try to cheer him up, but it does no good. Popeye takes the boys and their cat to the circus, where he watches not only this daring young man perform, but also Olive Oyl herself. It seems she did more than run off with him; she became part of the act. She's clearly unhappy in her new role. Popeye comes to the rescue.
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Movie: Beware of Barnacle Bill ( 1935 )
To the classic tune of "Barnacle Bill the Sailor", Olive explains that she can't marry Popeye because she's in love with Barnacle Bill (an unusually large Bluto), who then comes by and ...
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Movie: The 'Hyp-Nut-Tist' ( 1935 )
Popeye takes Olive to a stage show of a hypnotist (Bluto), who also levitates objects. While he's doing this, Popeye makes him lose his concentration, so in retaliation, the hypnotist pulls Olive on stage and turns her into a chicken. Popeye comes down to fight and the hypnotist tries to turn him into a monkey, but Popeye pulls a mirror into place. He recovers, and turns Popeye into a donkey, then smacks him around a bit, but spinach comes to the rescue.
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Movie: Be Kind to 'Aminals' ( 1935 )
Popeye and Olive can't ignore it when produce vendor Bluto comes by with his terribly overloaded cart, whipping his horse and denying it water. They intervene, and while Bluto fights them off for a while, ultimately prevail.
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Movie: Pleased to Meet Cha! ( 1935 )
The boys arrive at Olive's house at the same time, but at different doors. They both come in, and whenever Olive isn't looking, they start fighting. She catches them, and tells them one ...
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Movie: Choose Your 'Weppins' ( 1935 )
Policeman Wimpy loses his handcuffed prisoner when he's distracted by a hamburger shop. The escapee drops into the weapon-filled pawn shop Popeye and Olive are running, and quickly gets in a fight with Popeye.
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Movie: For Better or For Worser ( 1935 )
Popeye's failures in the kitchen send him on a quest for a wife. He visits the "matrimonial agency" and picks Olive at the same time Bluto picks her. Of course, the boys settle their problem with their fists. Soon, Bluto and Olive are visiting Justice of the Peace Wimpy, with Popeye temporarily detained.
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Movie: King of the Mardi Gras ( 1935 )
A Mardi Gras celebration, looking pretty much like any carnival. Bluto is a strongman, claiming to be King of the Mardi Gras, and drawing a large crowd. Popeye, nearby, claims only, "I yam what I yam," and has no crowd, but still draws Bluto's wrath. He manages to spoil a balance trick, then tops it with Wimpy in a chair. Olive then volunteers to be levitated; Bluto pulls her over and saws her in half. Olive escapes to a roller coaster with the boys in pursuit.
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Movie: You Gotta Be a Football Hero ( 1935 )
Popeye and Olive are attending a football game; Bluto's team takes the field, and Olive is swept off her feet, becoming a cheerleader for him. Popeye signs up and becomes quarterback of the opposing team, which is skinny and pathetic looking, compared to Bluto's team of huge bruisers. Things go badly, of course, until Popeye eats his spinach and becomes a whole football team himself, winning both the game and Olive.
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Movie: Adventures of Popeye ( 1935 )
In live action, a big kid is attacking a little kid for his "Adventures of Popeye" comic book, so Popeye gives the little kid pointers, in the form of clips from four of his earlier pictures.
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Movie: Vim, Vigor and Vitaliky ( 1936 )
Popeye is running a women's gymnasium next door to Bluto's cabaret; seeing Popeye's greater success with women, he dresses in drag and challenges Popeye to various feats of strength.
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Movie: Little Swee'pea (Short 1936) ( 1936 )
Popeye takes Swee' Pea to the zoo and spends most of his time rescuing the tot from the various animals.
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Movie: A Clean Shaven Man ( 1936 )
That's what Olive wants. To even the score, the boys visit Wimpy's barber shop. Wimpy is out, so they shave each other; you'd think Popeye would know better than to let Bluto at him with a razor.
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Movie: Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor ( 1936 )
The legendary sailors Popeye and Sindbad do battle to see which one is the greatest.
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Movie: Brotherly Love ( 1936 )
Olive preaches the need for brotherly love on the radio. Popeye, hearing this, does a number of good deeds: helping two workmen raise a safe, straightening a wrecked car, and helping two boys sneak into a baseball game. But when he tries to break up a fight, it's more than he can handle alone. Olive and her followers come along and try to help, but it's too much for them, too. Of course, once Popeye has his spinach...
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Movie: I-Ski Love-Ski You-Ski ( 1936 )
Popeye takes Olive mountain climbing. Bluto sets various traps for them along the way, which Popeye manages to overcome. They get to the top, and Bluto pushes Popeye off a cliff and starts skiing down with Olive. Popeye eats his spinach and gives chase.
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Movie: I Wanna Be a Life Guard ( 1936 )
Popeye applies for a lifeguard job when he sees Olive in the pool, but Bluto also wants the job (and Olive). The manager, Wimpy, asks them to demonstrate their skills in a contest. Popeye does well, until Bluto demonstrates lifesaving and first aid on him.
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Movie: Never Kick a Woman ( 1936 )
Popeye and Olive pass a gym where an attractive woman is demonstrating boxing equipment. Popeye gets Olive to come in, where he teaches her to box. She has trouble at first, but when the pretty girl comes on to Popeye, she's inspired. They fight over Popeye, with Olive losing until she eats Popeye's spinach.
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Movie: The Paneless Window Washer ( 1937 )
Bluto's window cleaning service is not above drumming up a little business for himself. But when he gets to Olive's stenographer office, about 10 floors up, she says no: Popeye's going to wash her windows. And the battle is on.
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Movie: Organ Grinder's Swing ( 1937 )
Popeye and Olive are grooving to the sounds of Wimpy the organ grinder, but their neighbor Bluto wants him to move on. Popeye and Bluto settle their disagreement with their usual calm, ...
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Movie: My Artistical Temperature ( 1937 )
Popeye and Bluto share an art studio; Popeye is a sculptor, and Bluto paints. Olive drops in for a likeness, and the boys compete. When they start to fight, Olive starts to leave, but Popeye convinces her to stay when he eats his spinach and vanquishes Bluto.
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Movie: The Twisker Pitcher ( 1937 )
Baseball: Bluto's Bears vs. Popeye's Pirates, and both Bluto and Popeye have girlfriends cheering them on. As they take the field, Popeye drops his spinach. Bluto eats it, then refills the can with grass. Popeye's team, with Popeye batting first, strikes out. Bluto's team, with Bluto batting fourth, gets 3 singles; Popeye eats his "spinach" (to no avail, of course), and Bluto gets a grand slam homer. Last inning: Bluto's team leads 21-0, Popeye at bat. Bluto's first pitch turns invisible. The second pitch hovers just before the plate. The third pitch turns all kinds of loops at the plate; Popeye has struck out. For some reason, Popeye then takes the mound. After another hit, Popeye plants some spinach seeds, and eats the quick-growing plant. He then throws two quick strikes (which he catches himself), then a hit which he catches himself, and so on, taking a bonus inning and winning the game 22-21.
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Movie: Lost and Foundry ( 1937 )
Popeye is working in the Useless Manufacturing Company on his lunch break when Olive stops by and Swee'Pea crawls into the factory. He narrowly misses several horrible fates while Popeye tries to save him and gets into much worse trouble. When Popeye loses his spinach trying to save Olive, Swee'Pea has to eat it for him.
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Movie: I Never Changes My Altitude (Short 1937) ( 1937 )
Popeye is sitting outside Olive's lunchroom at the airport, distraught. She's closed the business to fly away with an aviator (Bluto, of course). But it's hardly what she expected; he has her painting his plane, while it's flying; wh
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Movie: I Likes Babies and Infinks ( 1937 )
Swee'pea is crying, so Olive calls on Popeye (and Bluto overhears) to cheer him up. The boys compete by doing various silly antics, to no avail. After a while, the antics progress to beating each other up, then Bluto finds excuses to bake and freeze Popeye. Having had enough, Popeye reaches for the spinach, but grabs a can of onions instead. Soon all the adults are crying and now Swee'pea isn't!
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Movie: Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves ( 1937 )
Popeye the Sailor, accompanied by Olive Oyl and Wimpy, is dispatched to stop the dreaded bandit Abu Hassan and his force of forty thieves.
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Movie: Let's Celebrake ( 1938 )
Bluto and Popeye pick up Olive to celebrate New Year's Eve with them; Popeye brings along her granny out of sympathy. The ballroom has a dance contest; Bluto dances with Olive, and Popeye with granny after feeding her some spinach.
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Movie: Learn Polikeness ( 1938 )
Olive takes Popeye to Prof. Bluteau to learn some manners.
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Movie: Big Chief Ugh-Amugh-Ugh ( 1938 )
Big Chief Ugh-Amugh-Ugh is looking for a squaw. Meanwhile, Popeye and Olive are wrestling with their recalcitrant mule and Olive accidentally lands in the Indian camp. Popeye catches up to her. There's an unfair fight, and Popeye is about to be burned at the stake. He drops his spinach, but it cooks and pops into his mouth.
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Movie: I Yam Love Sick ( 1938 )
Olive is reading a romance novel and munching on a gift box of candy from Bluto when Popeye drops by. She's too absorbed to notice him, so he feigns illness. The doctors are at a loss for a cure.
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Movie: Plumbing Is a 'Pipe' ( 1938 )
Olive has a small leak in a pipe; she makes the mistake of calling Wimpy to fix it, and the even bigger mistake of asking Popeye to help her do something until Wimpy can arrive. Meanwhile, Wimpy keeps realizing he's forgotten his tools, his gloves, etc. and going back. Popeye finally eats his spinach and manages some fixes to the system.
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Movie: The Jeep ( 1938 )
Olive Oyl has a tough time putting Swee'pea (who keeps on going outside on a wire) for a nap. When Popeye visits Olive, he shows her the Jeep - a dog that can disappear. When Swee'pea disappears again, both Popeye and the Jeep look for him.
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Movie: Me Feelins Is Hurt ( 1940 )
Olive writes a letter to Popeye: she's through with sailors; it's cowboys for her. Popeye immediately sails off to the West, where he finds, who else, Bluto as the head of the ranch where ...
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Movie: Bulldozing the Bull ( 1938 )
Popeye visits the bullfight only because of lovely Senorita Olive. He finds himself accidentally in the toreador box, even though he doesn't want to fight because it's cruelty to animals. Popeye rides the bull like a bronco, then gets tossed around a bit. The bull plants Popeye in the ground and attacks; the crowd turns on Popeye. Olive comes down to help and the bull chases her. The crowd throws vegetables at Popeye, including (fortunately) spinach.
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Movie: Mutiny Ain't Nice ( 1938 )
Popeye is leaving on his sailing ship, much to Olive's chagrin. She ends up accidentally stowing away in a trunk. Popeye discovers her, but she can't stay, because the crew will think she's a jinx. She tries to hide, but this only scares the crew more, because they think the ship's haunted. When she is revealed, the crew comes after her to throw her off, and then turns on captain Popeye. He eats his spinach, throws them all in the cargo hold, and still throws Olive off, into a dinghy, because he still thinks she's a jinx.
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Movie: Customers Wanted ( 1939 )
Popeye and Bluto compete in their penny arcades for Wimpy's business.
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Movie: Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp ( 1939 )
Working in the story department of Surprise Pictures, Olive Oyl writes a script based on the story of Aladdin, casting Popeye as the thief and herself as the Princess.
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Movie: Leave Well Enough Alone ( 1939 )
Popeye, feeling sorry for the puppies in the window of Olive's pet shop, buys all the animals (mostly dogs) and sets them all free. All except for one bird, who refuses to go, singing the title song to explain why he likes it just fine in the shop. And sure enough, we see the dogs not faring particularly well, and getting rounded up by the dogcatcher and taken to the dog pound. Popeye gets there in time and ransoms them all, taking them back to their cages in the pet store, where the parrot sings a final "I told you so" verse.
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Movie: Ghosks Is the Bunk ( 1939 )
Olive reads a ghost story to Popeye and Bluto. Bluto leaves and rigs a haunted house and lures them to it. But they quickly discover him and, even better, a can of invisible paint, and they get the better of him.
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Movie: Hello How Am I ( 1939 )
Olive invites Popeye over for a hamburger dinner. His roommate Wimpy hears this and disguises himself as Popeye. Wimpy fast-talks himself into the dinner, but eventually falls victim to spinach.
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Movie: Never Sock a Baby ( 1939 )
Popeye spanks Swee'pea and sends him to bed without supper. He wrestles with his conscience over this, while Swee'pea packs a bundle and runs away from home. They apparently live in the wilderness, since Swee'pea crosses a rope bridge that collapses, narrowly misses a landslide, and is soon on a narrow mountain path. Popeye finds him and rescues him from a waterfall but his spinach can is empty. Fortunately, this was all a bad dream from Popeye's conscience.
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Movie: Wimmin Is a Myskery ( 1940 )
When Popeye tells Olive Oyl that he will propose to her the next morning, she has a dream that their four boys will run roughshod over their house.
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Movie: Nurse-Mates ( 1940 )
The boys show up simultaneously to take Olive to the movies. She needs to visit the hairdresser first, and tells the boys to take care of Swee'Pea: bath, dress him, and nap. Of course, with these two, nothing is simple. Bluto tries washing him like a shirt on a washboard; Popeye fights him, and Swee'Pea sneaks off and starts playing with a pen. Popeye cleans him up again. Bluto wrestles with Swee'Pea's night shirt for a while until Popeye solves the problem. While they carry the tot up to his room, he gets set down on a railing, ends up in the fishbowl, and gets rescued again. In his room, he is put on the windowsill while the boys argue again; a quick rescue later, he's back in the room, in Popeye's arms, while Bluto is punching Popeye out (thus making him rock back and forth).
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Movie: Females Is Fickle ( 1940 )
Olve brings her new goldfish onto Popeye's ship, but the fish jumps out of its bowl and into the sea. Olive convinces Popeye to go after it, but the fish wants to play and manages to avoid Popeye until both get trapped inside a jellyfish. After taking a severe pounding from the jellyfish, Popeye eats his spinach, takes on various other marine life, and returns the goldfish to its bowl. But Olive can see the fish is unhappy in the bowl, and sets it free again, which is more than Popeye can stand.
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Movie: Shakespearian Spinach ( 1940 )
Popeye has replaced Bluto in the Spinach Theatre's production of Romeo and Juliet (Olive, of course), much to Bluto's surprise and dismay. Bluto does what he can to sabotage the production, like cranking up the snow and wind machines, and eventually coming onstage, even though Olive wants no part of him.
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Movie: Stealin' Ain't Honest ( 1940 )
Popeye and Olive are on their way to an island that has a secret gold mine, but Bluto has photographed their map and disabled their boat. However, Popey overcomes Bluto's dastardly deed by propelling the boat to the island using an egg-beater. Once there, Popeye's supply of spinach enables him to beat all of Bluto's obstacles.
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Movie: Onion Pacific ( 1940 )
The race is on for the state railroad franchise. It's the Sudden Pacific (Bluto) against the Onion Pacific (Popeye). Oh, and there's also a kiss from Olive for the winner. Bluto slows down ...
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Movie: Doing Impossikible Stunts ( 1940 )
Mystery Pictures is looking for a stunt man. Swee'pea tags along with Popeye, but he sends the tot home. Popeye shows clips of his stunts to the director, who is impressed; when he goes to put on the last reel, Swee'pea, who snuck back in, hands him Lost and Foundry (1937), which features Swee'pea saving the day. The director signs Swee'pea.
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Movie: Wimmin Hadn't Oughta Drive ( 1940 )
Popeye has a new car; Olive wants a driving lesson. Things don't go well.
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Movie: Puttin on the Act ( 1940 )
Olive rushes over to show Popeye the headline: Vaudeville is coming back. They agree to rehearse their old act. After a brief song-and-dance intro, the act begins: Popeye demonstrating his strength while Olive displays her flexibility and balance; impersonations of 'Jimmy Durante', Stan Laurel and Groucho Marx; and the last act, more feats of strength and agility.
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Movie: Problem Pappy ( 1941 )
Popeye's pappy is enjoying a second childhood, causing many headaches for Popeye. When Popeye awakes to find Pappy gone, he sets out to find his wayward father, only to find him seated atop a high-rise's flagpole. Popeye endeavors to bring his father down to no avail. When a lightning storm approaches, Popeye fears the worst, but then remembers his trusty can of spinach...
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Movie: Quiet! Pleeze ( 1941 )
Poopdeck Pappy has a hangover (though he won't admit to Popeye that's the problem). He asks Popeye to help him by keeping the noise down. Among the disturbances he deals with: a crying baby across the way, a horse-drawn milk truck, a factory whistle, a radio, a traffic accident, a construction site, a blasting site (the Sparber construction company) this one takes spinach. He gets home and hears a party going on upstairs where a recovered Pappy is living it up.
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Movie: Olive's $weep$take Ticket ( 1941 )
Olive gets a phone call that she has won first prize in a sweepstakes, but she can't find her ticket. She finds it, only to have it blow out the window into a woman's belt, into the sea, a fish's mouth, the railroad tracks, a flagpole, etc., etc.
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Movie: Popeye Meets Rip Van Winkle ( 1941 )
Rip Van Winkle is being thrown out for nonpayment of rent (for 20 years). Popeye happens by and carts the sleeper home, but he soon discovers that Rip has a sleep-walking problem that gets both of them into some trouble with some dwarves.
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Movie: Child Psykolojiky ( 1941 )
Popeye and Poopdeck Pappy are trying to play poker, but Swee'Pea's crying keeps interrupting them. Pappy wants to smack the tot, but Popeye persuades him to try psychology instead. Popeye tells the story of how "George Washlincoln" chopped down the cherry tree. Inspired, Swee'Pea chops a hole in the floor, then tells the truth. Popeye rushes out to buy him a reward, leaving Pappy in charge, but Pappy believes in a rather dangerous style of parenting, introducing him to William Tell (from both ends of the gun). Pappy lies about it to Popeye.
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Movie: I'll Never Crow Again ( 1941 )
Olive's garden is being raided by some very persistent crows; she calls Popeye for help, and it takes him the rest of the cartoon to hit on the solution.
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Movie: Pest Pilot ( 1941 )
Popeye runs a small airport. Pappy comes along and wants to be a pilot, but Popeye tells him he's too old. Pappy, dejected, leaves, but manages to start one of the planes parked outside. He...
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Movie: The Mighty Navy ( 1941 )
Newly inducted into the US Navy, Popeye proves hopeless as a conventional seaman until his training ship is attacked by the enemy.
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Movie: Kickin' the Conga Round ( 1942 )
Shore leave in South America; Bluto muscles in on Popeye's girl, Olivia Oyla. Popeye muscles him out, but when they get to the conga club, he doesn't care to dance, so Bluto wins again. But a fortuitous can of spinach fixes that, until the shore patrol has their own little conga line.
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Movie: Blunder Below ( 1942 )
Popeye's on a battleship. He's in class to learn artillery, but it's way too technical for him; when he gets his hands on the gun, he fires everywhere, including at his own ship. That gets him banished to the boiler room. A real Japanese sub comes along. The sailors can't handle it, so Popeye eats his spinach and dives in to fight the sub by hand.
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Movie: Many Tanks ( 1942 )
Bluto's in the Army; he tries to sneak off base, but can't. Popeye passes by, on the way to a date with Olive; Bluto invites him in, then swaps uniforms (yes, they fit very badly). Popeye ends up in a tank drill, which he does very badly, driving through a house, into a pond, and ultimately falling off a cliff. That's it, it's time for the spinach, and a run for it; he manages to outrun or out maneuver all the other tanks and arrives at Olive's just as Bluto is walking out with her (oddly enough, even though the date with Olive is the motivation for the whole plot, she has only one line). The boys fight in the tank and Popeye swaps uniforms back again, just as the tank boys catch up; that gets Bluto blamed for all of Popeye's hijinks.
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Movie: Spinach Packin' Popeye ( 1944 )
Popeye donates blood, then dashes off to a boxing match with Bluto. He loses. Olive, who heard this on the radio, rejects him as no longer strong enough for her, and is preparing to join the army (where Bluto apparently is). Popeye stops her at the door, and insists on showing her sequences from two earlier two-reelers to prove his strength, but she's unimpressed. Fortunately, this was all a dream; he awakens in the blood bank, and dashes over to see Olive, who reaffirms her love.
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Movie: Popeye's Premiere ( 1949 )
Popeye and Olive are at the premiere of Popeye's new movie. He gets a little too wrapped up in the movie, interacting with it at various points, and even handing the screen version of himself a can of spinach. The movie itself is the story of Aladdin, minus the songs and about half the footage of the short it's cut from.
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Movie: Popeye Makes a Movie ( 1950 )
Popeye and Olive prepare to make a movie while his nephews watch. The movie is a significant portion of Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves (1937), which makes up over 80% of ...
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Movie: Big Bad Sindbad (Short 1952) ( 1952 )
Popeye tells his nephews about the time he walloped Sinbad, the *second* greatest sailor who ever lived.
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Movie: A Haul in One ( 1956 )
Popeye and Bluto are, believe it or not, pals and partners in a moving company. (Maybe it's because Popeye isn't squinting here.) Anyhow, Olive has made the mistake of hiring them. She hasn't finished packing yet, so the boys, smitten as soon as she answers the door, compete to help her. Once packed, they compete to move more impressive piles of her belongings. Popeye easily wins these contests, even though Bluto locks him in the van at one point. At the end, Bluto socks Popeye into the piano, then into a table; though he hardly seems to need it, Popeye still eats his spinach, then thrashes Bluto.
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Movie: A Date to Skate ( 1938 )
Popeye takes Olive roller skating in a rink; she's never skated before, so he has to teach her, and she's not exactly a quick learner. After a while, she ends up outside the rink, and still out of control; she skates through a department store and causes major traffic problems. When she gets stuck on a speeding fire truck, Popeye realizes he'll need his spinach, but he's out fortunately, an audience member tosses him a can.
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Movie: Ancient Fistory ( 1953 )
It's the middle ages (sort of); Popeye is working in Bluto's Beanery. Bluto is going to the ball where Princess Olive will choose her mate. Popeye's fairy godpappy appears and it's a reverse Cinderella story, with a car created from a can of spinach.
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Movie: Assault and Flattery ( 1956 )
Bluto is accusing Popeye in judge Wimpy's courtroom. Bluto tells a sad tale of how Popeye attacked him without provocation, but Popeye tells his side, in detail (in other words, a large chunk of _Balmy Swami, A (1949)_).
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Movie: Bride and Gloom ( 1954 )
Popeye is marrying Olive tomorrow; he's ecstatic. She has a dream of the future, including twin sons who prove to be a real handful. When Popeye comes by the next morning, he gets a frosty reception.
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Movie: Fright to the Finish ( 1954 )
Olive is reading ghost stories to the boys. Popeye scoffs; Bluto decides to take advantage of this by staging various pranks (a headless man, an animated skeleton, and a sheet-over-balloon ghost). He pins the blame on Popeye and then goes to comfort Olive. Popeye retaliates by turning invisible, thanks to a jar of vanishing cream.
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Movie: Greek Mirthology ( 1954 )
Popeye is trying to get his nephews to eat their spinach, so he tells them about how Hercules (Popeye) defeated a bully (Bluto). Hercules gets his strength by sniffing garlic; he wins numerous tests of strength against the bully until the bully spots him sniffing garlic. The bully pulls out a handy bottle of chlorophyll and douses the garlic, disabling Hercules. He then knocks him into a field of spinach where Hercules discovers a new and better source of strength.
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Movie: Gopher Spinach ( 1954 )
Popeye battles a gopher over his precious spinach plants.
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Movie: Popeye for President ( 1956 )
Popeye and Bluto are running for president; it's election day, the vote is tied, and Olive is the only remaining voter.
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Movie: Patriotic Popeye ( 1957 )
Popeye is enjoying watering his patriotic garden on July 4 when he catches his nephews attempting to light fireworks. The game is on when he attempts to confiscate the fireworks and the boys strike back with edgy pranks. No Pluto/Olive Oyl.
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Movie: Out to Punch ( 1956 )
Popeye's training for his boxing match with Bluto by jumping rope with a massive chain. Bluto, who's lazy about everything except sabotage, decides he needs to stop Popeye. He fills Popeye's heavy bag with iron junk, but Popeye punches it over the fence onto Bluto. Next, he pulls on the springs attached to the wall with a motorcycle, but Popeye pulls so hard he throws Bluto and the cycle through the building and into a well. Popeye is walking -- or actually, prancing -- behind Olive on the way to the match, so Bluto tries a bit more sabotage: first an oil slick, which slows Popeye down briefly, then some quick-dry cement in a puddle. This gives Popeye cement overshoes, and when he gets to the arena, he's exhausted. Olive stands him up, but Bluto treats him like a punching bag. He's got Popeye on the floor (under the ring), so Olive finally breaks out the spinach. Popeye knocks Bluto through the roof, right into the hospital. The photographers ask for a picture, and Popeye's biceps form the words "THE END."
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Movie: Me Musical Nephews ( 1942 )
Popeye's nephews have been practicing their music and are getting good, but it's bedtime. After Popeye puts them to bed, they discover that many of the things in their bedroom can also be used to make music. And they are also blessed with an uncanny ability to appear to sleep every time Popeye comes to check on them.
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Movie: Insect to Injury ( 1956 )
Popeye tries to get rid of nematodes before they ruin his newly built house.
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Movie: Spooky Swabs (Short 1957) ( 1957 )
Popeye and Olive are shipwrecked; they think they are saved when they see a ship, but what they don't realize is that the crew of the Sea Witch is all ghosts, and soon they are under attack, but they don't know from what for a while.
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Movie: Shuteye Popeye ( 1952 )
Popeye's snoring is keeping his resident mouse awake. The mouse fights back. Popeye makes a mistake: he traps the mouse in a spinach can that isn't completely empty.
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Movie: Private Eye Popeye ( 1954 )
Private Eye Popeye gets a call from Olive Oyl to guard a precious gem. But no sooner does he get the gem than the butler takes it (and Olive). The rest of the cartoon is spent chasing the crook to Paris, the Swiss Alps, and North Africa; Popeye always gets there first, but fails to make the arrest until he lucks into some spinach, of course.
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Movie: Parlez Vous Woo ( 1956 )
Olive is so captived by "The International", a radio personality with a French accent, that she'd rather stay home than go out on a date with Popeye. Bluto, overhearing this, comes to the door as the character. Popeye does his best to get Olive back, to no avail. Finally, Bluto challenges Popeye to a duel, ultimately stabbing him in the chest where his can of spinach was. Popeye unmasks Bluto, then eats another can of spinach to give himself a French accent.
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Movie: Taxi-Turvy ( 1954 )
Popeye and Bluto are taxi drivers; they are, of course, competing for fares - and Olive, in particular.
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