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Popeye, Olive Oyl, and Wimpy in SHIVER ME TIMBERS! (1934) - A ship-shape adventure

Popeye, Olive Oyl, and Wimpy run ashore on an island and come across an old wrecker marked, “Ghost Ship – Beware!” Olive and Wimpy don’t want to get near it — but how intimidating can a ghost ship be when it plays the Laurel & Hardy theme as a come-on? 57 more words

Animated Film

Popeye, Olive Oyl, and Bluto in DIZZY DIVERS (1935) - Buried, but not exactly a treasure

Popeye tells fellow deep-sea diver Bluto of a sunken treasure. Popeye says they’ll split the treasure 50-50, but Bluto knocks Popeye out and steals the treasure map. 119 more words

Animated Film

Popeye, Bluto, and Olive Oyl in LET'S GET MOVIN' (1936) - A very moving cartoon

Olive is getting ready to move from her apartment, singing how happy she is about the move. (Are most people this cheery when they have a day of moving ahead of them?) 126 more words

Movie

LOST AND FOUNDRY (1937) - Damn, Swee'pea, enough already!

Popeye is on a lunch break outside the factory where he works. Olive, with baby Swee’Pea in tow, happens by and sits with Popeye. Time to place bets on how long before the pair get distracted and Swee’Pea does his crawling-within-an-inch-of-my-life routine from his debut cartoon,  97 more words

Animated Film

THE JEEP (1938) - Can I have a dog instead?

Twice, baby Swee’Pea crawls right out of Olive Oyl’s apartment window (several stories above ground) and dangles from a clothesline before Olive comes to his rescue and lectures him. 214 more words

Animated Film

POPEYE THE SAILOR (1933) - Popeye A Movie Star!

(WARNING: Spoilers abound!)

Paramount Pictures hedged their bets by introducing comic-strip character Popeye the Sailor to the big screen as a co-star in a cartoon featuring the Fleischer Studios’ “star” Betty Boop. 615 more words

Animated Film

World Cup Game # 18: Australia 2-3 Netherlands, A 7-point list

1. Han Berger is the technical director of the FFA. He’s Dutch and essentially got his job from the afterglow of Guus Hiddink. He makes dumb powerpoints in broken English to promote his idea of the NPL, a points based system that prevents Saturday Semi-Pro teams from fielding old people, foreigners and various other undesirables. 744 more words