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Popeye, Olive Oyl, and Bluto in BRIDGE AHOY! (1936) - It takes a can of spinach to build a bridge

(WARNING: Major spoilers abound!)

The cartoon begins with Bluto running a ferry-boat and not exactly endearing himself to his customers. When Popeye and Olive’s car takes up the last of the space on the ferry, Bluto gets another car on board by ramming it into Popeye’s vehicle and squishing it like an accordion. 395 more words

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LEAVE WELL ENOUGH ALONE (1939) - Popeye gets advice from a parrot

After getting a major guilt trip upon seeing the caged animals at Olive Oyl’s Pet Shop, Popeye buys the lot of them and sets them all free. 75 more words

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Popeye, Olive Oyl, Bluto, and Wimpy in THE SPINACH OVERTURE (1935) - Classical comedy

(WARNING: Major spoilers abound!)

Bluto: “With all due respect to the great maestro…”

It’s hard not to think of this thoroughly enjoyable short as a sequence in a long line of classical-music inspired cartoons: first Walt Disney’s The Band Concert (1935), then this one, followed by Disney’s feature-length Fantasia (1940), followed by a huge list of Warner Bros. 316 more words

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Popeye, Olive Oyl, and Bluto in THE 'HYP-NUT-TIST' (1935) - Swami, how I love ya

(WARNING: Major spoilers abound!)

Popeye and Olive Oyl attend a performance of Bluto, “The Great Hypnotist.” But even though Bluto levitates a drum and makes a cane walk off the stage, Popeye says, “I don’t believe in such t’ings.” (Bet’cha Popeye couldn’t do that stuff even after eating a can of spinach.) 188 more words

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Popeye and Olive Oyl in BIG CHIEF UGH-AMUGH-UGH (1938) - Here's where things get a little itchy

When Warner Home Video posted that political-incorrectness disclaimer at the start of those Popeye DVDs, it’s a foregone conclusion that they were referring to cartoons such as this one. 354 more words

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Artist Project: Get Your Gratis Portrait for the Spring Goddess Pax

The goddess Pax symbol of the Mother Bear is the focus of California artist Metrov’s  free portrait print offer (valued at $1000) that he will create from your photo sent to him.   19 more words

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Popeye, Olive Oyl, and Bluto in HOSPITALIKY (1937) - Taking a turn for the nurse

(WARNING: Major spoilers abound!)

Olive Oyl is a hospital nurse. To get Olive for himself, Popeye and Bluto each knock on the hospital door and try to garner Olive’s sympathy with their fake illness. 224 more words

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