History ComicStrip / Popeye

16th Apr '16 8:26:27 AM erracht
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* PaperThinDisguise: In one old strip, Wimpy spent some money that Popeye had given to him after he had claimed to be homeless on a large meal. When he saw Popeye coming, Wimpy quickly plucked out his whiskers and tipped his hat forward. [[spoiler: The disguise was very short-lived. In the next strip, Popeye and the owner of the diner suspected that something was up and proved it was Wimpy by making him a new mustache out of horsehair. In the end, Wimpy had to wash dishes to pay for the large bill that he had accrued by then.]]
19th Mar '16 5:14:05 PM bwburke94
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* BottledHeroicResolve: The infamous can of spinach.



* BreakingTheFourthWall / ChekovsGun: In ''How Green Is My Spinach'', a young boy, saddened that his hero is completely helpless and getting mercilessly hammered by Bluto, reaches into his bag of groceries (the kid was on a Saturday shopping errand by his mom, no doubt!), shouts '''"Here, Uncle Popeye!!!"''', and tosses a '''''good''''' can of spinach to him, who downs it, and not only gives Bluto a well-needed thrashing that he deserved, but makes the jerk replant '''ALL''' of the spinach that he destroyed earlier!

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* BreakingTheFourthWall / ChekovsGun: BreakingTheFourthWall: In ''How Green Is My Spinach'', a young boy, saddened that his hero is completely helpless and getting mercilessly hammered by Bluto, reaches into his bag of groceries (the kid was on a Saturday shopping errand by his mom, no doubt!), shouts '''"Here, Uncle Popeye!!!"''', and tosses a '''''good''''' can of spinach to him, who downs it, and not only gives Bluto a well-needed thrashing that he deserved, but makes the jerk replant '''ALL''' of the spinach that he destroyed earlier!



* [[BottledHeroicResolve Canned Heroic Resolve]] The infamous can of spinach.



* CaptainErsatz: {{Superman}} fought (and befriended) a sailor named Captain Strong who resembled a realistic-looking Popeye and became superstrong from eating ''shaunta'', an alien seaweed. Just to confirm the homage, he was revealed to have a girlfriend, Olivia, who resembled Olive.

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* CaptainErsatz: {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} fought (and befriended) a sailor named Captain Strong who resembled a realistic-looking Popeye and became superstrong super-strong from eating ''shaunta'', an alien seaweed. Just to confirm the homage, he was revealed to have a girlfriend, Olivia, who resembled Olive.
26th Feb '16 7:58:19 PM Emio-Trope-Zuna
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** In "Child Shockology", Popee and Bluto chase an escaped Sweet Pea, who wanders into a construction site.

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** In "Child Shockology", Popee Popeye and Bluto chase an escaped Sweet Pea, who wanders into a construction site.
19th Feb '16 12:20:45 PM LadyJaneGrey
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** In "Child Shockology", Popeye and Bluto chase an escaped Sweet Pea, who wanders into a construction site.

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** In "Child Shockology", Popeye Popee and Bluto chase an escaped Sweet Pea, who wanders into a construction site.


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* SmokingIsCool: Anyone who has seen one of the cartoons know how he incorporates the toots of his pipe into his {{catchphrase}} and the opening music. After ''decades'' that [[IfItWasFunnyTheFirstTime still hasn't gone stale.]] He has also been known to use his pipe like a blowtorch and a periscope.
11th Feb '16 12:48:31 PM Emio-Trope-Zuna
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* Adventures of Popeye: A cheater short, recycling footage from "Popeye the Sailor", "Wild Elephinks" and "Axe Me Another". It is interesting for its FramingDevice, with some brief RogerRabbitEffect moments.

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* Adventures Beward of Popeye: A cheater short, recycling footage from "Popeye the Sailor", "Wild Elephinks" and "Axe Me Another". It is interesting for its FramingDevice, with some brief RogerRabbitEffect moments.Barnacle Bill



* Beward of Barnacle Bill

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* Beward of Barnacle BillPleased to Meet Cha!
* The Hyp-Nut-Tist



* For Better of Worser: First Popeye short to use the 3-Dimensional Setback, which was a giant stop-motion turntable with a model set mounted on top, with cels superimposed seamlessly over it, to create a startling illusion of depth.



* For Better of Worser: First Popeye short to use the 3-Dimensional Setback, which was a giant stop-motion turntable with a model set mounted on top, with cels superimposed seamlessly over it, to create a startling illusion of depth.
* The Hyp-Nut-Tist

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* For Better of Worser: First You Gotta Be A Football Hero: Last Popeye short to use the 3-Dimensional Setback, which was a giant stop-motion turntable with a model set mounted on top, William Costello as the Popeye voice.
* Adventures of Popeye: A cheater short, recycling footage from "Popeye the Sailor", "Wild Elephinks" and "Axe Me Another". It is interesting for its FramingDevice,
with cels superimposed seamlessly over it, to create a startling illusion of depth.
* The Hyp-Nut-Tist
some brief RogerRabbitEffect moments.



* Pleased to Meet Cha!



* You Gotta Be A Football Hero: Last Popeye short with William Costello as the Popeye voice.

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* You Gotta Be A Football Hero: Last Popeye short with William Costello as the Popeye voice.



* Bridge Ahoy!: Uses the 3-D Setback.

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* Bridge Ahoy!: Uses the 3-D Setback.Vim, Vigor and Vitaliky
* A Clean Shaven Man: Notable for having artist JackKirby working on it as an Assistant animator, during his ''extremely'' brief tenure at Fleischer Studios.



* A Clean Shaven Man: Notable for having artist JackKirby working on it as an Assistant animator, during his ''extremely'' brief tenure at Fleischer Studios.
* Hold the Wire
* I Wanna Be a Lifeguard: PublicDomain.
* I'm in the Army Now: Clip show episode, with footage from "Blow Me Down", "Shoein' Hosses", "Choose Your Weppins", and "King of the Mardi Gras". PublicDomain.



* Bridge Ahoy!: Uses the 3-D Setback.
* What-No Spinach?
* I Wanna Be a Lifeguard: PublicDomain.



* Hold the Wire
* The Spinach Roadster



* The Spinach Roadster
* Vim, Vigor and Vitaliky
* What-No Spinach?

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* The Spinach Roadster
* Vim, Vigor
I'm in the Army Now: Clip show episode, with footage from "Blow Me Down", "Shoein' Hosses", "Choose Your Weppins", and Vitaliky
* What-No Spinach?
"King of the Mardi Gras". PublicDomain.



* The Football Toucher Downer
* Fowl Play

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* The Football Toucher Downer
Paneless Window Washer: PublicDomain.
* Fowl PlayOrgan Grinder's Swing
* My Artistical Temperature: Uses the 3-D Setback.



* The Twisker Pitcher: First short where Bluto uses Popeye's spinach against him.
* Morning, Noon and Nightclub
* Lost and Foundry
* I Never Changes My Altitude: Uses the 3-D setback. PublicDomain.



* I Never Changes My Altitude: Uses the 3-D setback. PublicDomain.
* Lost and Foundry
* Morning, Noon and Nightclub
* My Artistical Temperature: Uses the 3-D Setback.
* Organ Grinder's Swing
* The Paneless Window Washer: PublicDomain.
* WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsAliBabasFortyThieves: Second Popeye color two-reel feature. Uses the 3-D Setback. Runner-up on The50GreatestCartoons. PublicDomain.

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* I Never Changes My Altitude: Uses the 3-D setback. PublicDomain.
* Lost and Foundry
* Morning, Noon and Nightclub
* My Artistical Temperature: Uses the 3-D Setback.
* Organ Grinder's Swing
* The Paneless Window Washer: PublicDomain.
* WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsAliBabasFortyThieves: Second Popeye color two-reel feature. Uses the 3-D Setback. Runner-up on The50GreatestCartoons. PublicDomain.
Football Toucher Downer



* The Twisker Pitcher: First short where Bluto uses Popeye's spinach against him.

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* The Twisker Pitcher: First short where Bluto uses Popeye's spinach against him.
WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsAliBabasFortyThieves: Second Popeye color two-reel feature. Uses the 3-D Setback. Runner-up on The50GreatestCartoons. PublicDomain.
* Fowl Play



* Let's Celebrake
* Learn Polikeness: Uses the 3-D Setback. Last Popeye short to have Gus Wickie as the voice of Bluto.
* The House Builder-Uppper



* I Yam Lovesick: Bonnie Poe, the original pre-Mae Questel Olive Oyl voice, reprises her role as Olive Oyl due to Mae refusing to move to Miami along with Fleischer Studios.
* Plumbing is a 'Pipe'
* Popeye the Sailor with the Jeep: Debut of Eugene the Jeep. Margine Hines voices Olive Oyl from here on out.



* Mutiny Ain't Nice
* Goonland: First appearance of Poopdeck Pappy in the cartoons. Only theatrical short appearance of the Goons. PublicDomain.
* A Date to Skate: A short centered solely around Popeye and Olive Oyl. Last time in the Fleischer shorts that Mae Questel would voice Olive Oyl, being replaced by Margie Hines. PublicDomain.



* A Date to Skate: A short centered solely around Popeye and Olive Oyl. Last time in the Fleischer shorts that Mae Questel would voice Olive Oyl, being replaced by Margie Hines. PublicDomain.
* Goonland: First appearance of Poopdeck Pappy in the cartoons. Only theatrical short appearance of the Goons. PublicDomain.
* The House Builder-Uppper
* I Yam Lovesick: Bonnie Poe, the original pre-Mae Questel Olive Oyl voice, reprises her role as Olive Oyl due to Mae refusing to move to Miami along with Fleischer Studios.
* Learn Polikeness: Uses the 3-D Setback. Last Popeye short to have Gus Wickie as the voice of Bluto.
* Let's Celebrake
* Mutiny Ain't Nice
* Plumbing is a 'Pipe'
* Popeye the Sailor with the Jeep: Debut of Eugene the Jeep. Margine Hines voices Olive Oyl from here on out.

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* A Date to Skate: A short centered solely around Popeye and Olive Oyl. Last time in the Fleischer shorts that Mae Questel would voice Olive Oyl, being replaced by Margie Hines. PublicDomain.
* Goonland: First appearance of Poopdeck Pappy in the cartoons. Only theatrical short appearance of the Goons. PublicDomain.
* The House Builder-Uppper
* I Yam Lovesick: Bonnie Poe, the original pre-Mae Questel Olive Oyl voice, reprises her role as Olive Oyl due to Mae refusing to move to Miami along with Fleischer Studios.
* Learn Polikeness: Uses the 3-D Setback. Last Popeye short to have Gus Wickie as the voice of Bluto.
* Let's Celebrake
* Mutiny Ain't Nice
* Plumbing is a 'Pipe'
* Popeye the Sailor with the Jeep: Debut of Eugene the Jeep. Margine Hines voices Olive Oyl from here on out.




* Customers Wanted: Clip show episode, reuses footage from "Let's Get Movin'" and "The Twisker Pitcher." First Popeye where Pinto Colvig (formerly the voice of {{Goofy}} at Disney) voices Bluto. PublicDomain.



* Customers Wanted: Clip show episode, reuses footage from "Let's Get Movin'" and "The Twisker Pitcher." First Popeye where Pinto Colvig (formerly the voice of {{Goofy}} at Disney) voices Bluto. PublicDomain.

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* Customers Wanted: Clip show episode, reuses footage from "Let's Get Movin'" and "The Twisker Pitcher." First Popeye where Pinto Colvig (formerly Leave Well Enough Alone
* Wotta Nitemare: This short is a nightmarish throwback to
the voice early days of {{Goofy}} at Disney) voices Bluto. PublicDomain.FleischerStudios, especially odd considering that they were pushing to imitate Disney during this time period.



* Leave Well Enough Alone



* Wotta Nitemare: This short is a nightmarish throwback to the early days of FleischerStudios, especially odd considering that they were pushing to imitate Disney during this time period.

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* Wotta Nitemare: This short is a nightmarish throwback to the early days of FleischerStudios, especially odd considering that they were pushing to imitate Disney during this time period.



* Doing Impossikible Stunts: Compilation film, includes scenes from "I Never Changes My Altitude", "I Wanna be a Lifeguard", "Bridge Ahoy" and "Lost and Foundry."

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* Doing Impossikible Stunts: Compilation film, includes scenes from "I Never Changes My Altitude", "I Wanna be a Lifeguard", "Bridge Ahoy" and "Lost and Foundry."Shakespearean Spinach



* Fightin' Pals: Last Popeye short with Pinto Colvig as the voice of Bluto.

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* Fightin' Pals: Last Popeye Stealin' Ain't Honest: Tedd Pierce voices Bluto in this short with Pinto Colvig as the voice instead of Bluto.Colvig.



* My Pop, My Pop
* Nurse-Mates



* Wimmin is a Myskery
* Nurse-Mates
* Fightin' Pals: Last Popeye short with Pinto Colvig as the voice of Bluto.
* Doing Impossikible Stunts: Compilation film, includes scenes from "I Never Changes My Altitude", "I Wanna be a Lifeguard", "Bridge Ahoy" and "Lost and Foundry."
* Wimmin Hadn't Oughta Drive
* Puttin' On the Act



* My Pop, My Pop
* Popeye the Sailor With Poopdeck Pappy: PublicDomain



* Popeye the Sailor With Poopdeck Pappy: PublicDomain
* Puttin' On the Act
* Shakespearean Spinach
* Stealin' Ain't Honest: Tedd Pierce voices Bluto in this short instead of Colvig.
* Wimmin Hadn't Oughta Drive
* Wimmin is a Myskery

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* Popeye the Sailor With Poopdeck Pappy: PublicDomain
* Puttin' On the Act
* Shakespearean Spinach
* Stealin' Ain't Honest: Tedd Pierce voices Bluto in this short instead of Colvig.
* Wimmin Hadn't Oughta Drive
* Wimmin is a Myskery



* Child Psykolojiky: Last Popeye short to use the original shipboard opening titles.

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* Child Psykolojiky: Last Popeye short to use the original shipboard opening titles.Problem Pappy
* Quiet! Pleeze: PublicDomain
* Olive's Sweepstakes Ticket



* Popeye Meets Rip Van Winkle
* Olive's Boithday Presink
* Child Psykolojiky: Last Popeye short to use the original shipboard opening titles.
* Pest Pilot



* Olive's Boithday Presink
* Olive's Sweepstakes Ticket
* Pest Pilot
* Popeye Meets Rip Van Winkle
* Problem Pappy
* Quiet! Pleeze: PublicDomain

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* Olive's Boithday Presink
* Olive's Sweepstakes Ticket
* Pest Pilot
* Popeye Meets Rip Van Winkle
* Problem Pappy
* Quiet! Pleeze: PublicDomain
11th Feb '16 8:07:18 AM Emio-Trope-Zuna
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* Alona on the Sarong Seas
* Baby Wants a Bottleship: The last of the Fleischer Popeye cartoons.

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* Alona on Kickin' the Sarong Seas
* Baby Wants
Conga 'Round (there's a Bottleship: The last of title that [[OpiumDen gets 'crap' past the Fleischer Popeye cartoons.radar]]..)



* A Hull of a Mess
* Kickin' the Conga 'Round (there's a title that [[OpiumDen gets 'crap' past the radar]]..)

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* A Hull of a Mess
Pip-eye, Pup-eye, Poop-eye and Peep-eye: Introduces Popeye's eponymous four nephews.
* Kickin' the Conga 'Round (there's a title that [[OpiumDen gets 'crap' past the radar]]..)Olive Oyl and Water Don't Mix



* Baby Wants a Bottleship: The last of the Fleischer Popeye cartoons.
* You're a Sap, Mr. Jap: The first of the FamousStudios Popeye cartoons. It has gained notoriety for its racist stereotyping of japanese soldiers.
* Alona on the Sarong Seas
* A Hull of a Mess
* Scrap the Japs



* Olive Oyl and Water Don't Mix
* Pip-eye, Pup-eye, Poop-eye and Peep-eye: Introduces Popeye's eponymous four nephews.
* Scrap the Japs
* You're a Sap, Mr. Jap: The first of the FamousStudios Popeye cartoons. It has gained notoriety for its racist stereotyping of japanese soldiers.

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* Olive Oyl and Water Don't Mix
* Pip-eye, Pup-eye, Poop-eye and Peep-eye: Introduces Popeye's eponymous four nephews.
* Scrap the Japs
* You're a Sap, Mr. Jap: The first of the FamousStudios Popeye cartoons. It has gained notoriety for its racist stereotyping of japanese soldiers.



* Cartoons Ain't Human: Last black and white Popeye cartoons.

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* Cartoons Ain't Human: Last black and white Spinach fer Britain
* Seein' Red, White n' Blue
* Too Weak to Work
* A Jolly Good Furlough
* Ration for the Duration
* The Hungry Goat: An odd, pseudo Creator/TexAvery like short centered around the eponymous trickster goat, "[[PunnyName Billy]] the Kid", with
Popeye cartoons.serving as his hapless adversary.



* Wood-Peckin'
* Cartoons Ain't Human: Last black and white Popeye cartoons.



* The Hungry Goat: An odd, pseudo Creator/TexAvery like short centered around the eponymous trickster goat, "[[PunnyName Billy]] the Kid", with Popeye serving as his hapless adversary.
* A Jolly Good Furlough



* Ration for the Duration
* Seein' Red, White n' Blue
* Spinach fer Britain
* Too Weak to Work
* Wood-Peckin'

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* Ration for the Duration
* Seein' Red, White n' Blue
* Spinach fer Britain
* Too Weak to Work
* Wood-Peckin'



* Were on the way to Rio: first of Two Famous Studios Popeye Cartoons to use a special Intro.



* Spinach-Packin' Popeye: Clip show episode, recycling footage from "WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsSindbadTheSailor" and "WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsAliBabasFortyThieves".
* Puppet Love
* Pitchin' Woo at the Zoo



* Pitchin' Woo at the Zoo
* Puppet Love



* Spinach-Packin' Popeye: Clip show episode, recycling footage from "WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsSindbadTheSailor" and "WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsAliBabasFortyThieves".
* Were on the way to Rio: first of Two Famous Studios Popeye Cartoons to use a special Intro.

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* Spinach-Packin' Popeye: Clip show episode, recycling footage from "WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsSindbadTheSailor" and "WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsAliBabasFortyThieves".
* Were on the way to Rio: first of Two Famous Studios Popeye Cartoons to use a special Intro.



* Pop-Pie a La Mode: the first of 3 Famous Studios Color Popeye Cartoons Banned due to racist content.
* Tops in the Big Top: Last of Two Famous Studios Popeye Cartoons to use a special intro.
* Shape Ahoy



* Pop-Pie a La Mode: the first of 3 Famous Studios Color Popeye Cartoons Banned due to racist content.
* Shape Ahoy
* Tops in the Big Top: Last of Two Famous Studios Popeye Cartoons to use a special intro.

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* Pop-Pie a La Mode: the first of 3 Famous Studios Color Popeye Cartoons Banned due to racist content.
* Shape Ahoy
* Tops in the Big Top: Last of Two Famous Studios Popeye Cartoons to use a special intro.



* The Fistic Mystic: Modern airings edit out a scene in the beginning featuring a Blackface Chauffer escorting Popeye and Olive Oyl. Even with the edit it is very rarely aired.



* The Island Fling: Herman the Mouse from ''WesternAnimation/HermanAndKatnip'' makes a cameo. Second of 3 Famous Studios Color Popeye cartoons banned for racist content, though some airings of this cartoon have tried making it "acceptable" by editing out all scenes with the Blackface native.

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* The Island Fling: Herman the Mouse from ''WesternAnimation/HermanAndKatnip'' makes a cameo. Second of 3 Famous Studios Color Popeye cartoons banned for racist content, though some airings of this cartoon have tried making it "acceptable" by editing out all scenes Service with the Blackface native.a Guile



* Service with a Guile

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* Service The Fistic Mystic: Modern airings edit out a scene in the beginning featuring a Blackface Chauffer escorting Popeye and Olive Oyl. Even with the edit it is very rarely aired.
* The Island Fling: Herman the Mouse from ''WesternAnimation/HermanAndKatnip'' makes
a Guile
cameo. Second of 3 Famous Studios Color Popeye cartoons banned for racist content, though some airings of this cartoon have tried making it "acceptable" by editing out all scenes with the Blackface native.



* All's Fair at the Fair: Similarly named, but other no relation to another Fleischer ''WesternAnimation/ColorClassics'' short of the same name.



* Wotta Knight: A couple scenes depicting a blackface child have been edited out of modern day airings. King Little from WesternAnimation/GulliversTravels appears as the jousting announcer.



* Wotta Knight: A couple scenes depicting a blackface child have been edited out of modern day airings. King Little from WesternAnimation/GulliversTravels appears as the jousting announcer.

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* Wotta Knight: A couple scenes depicting a blackface child have been edited out of modern day airings. King Little from WesternAnimation/GulliversTravels appears as All's Fair at the jousting announcer.
Fair: Similarly named, but other no relation to another Fleischer ''WesternAnimation/ColorClassics'' short of the same name.



* Wigwam Whoopee
* Pre-Hysterical Man



* Pre-Hysterical Man

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* Pre-Hysterical ManA Wolf In Sheik's Clothing
* Spinach vs. Hamburgers: Yet another clip show episode, recycling footage from "The Anvil Chorus Girl", "Pop-Pie A La Mode" and "She-Sick Sailors". Modern airings edit out the scenes for "Pop-Pie A La Mode" due to its racist content.
* Snow Place Like Home



* Snow Place Like Home
* Spinach vs. Hamburgers: Yet another clip show episode, recycling footage from "The Anvil Chorus Girl", "Pop-Pie A La Mode" and "She-Sick Sailors". Modern airings edit out the scenes for "Pop-Pie A La Mode" due to its racist content.



* Wigwam Whoopee
* A Wolf In Sheik's Clothing

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* Wigwam Whoopee
* A Wolf In Sheik's Clothing



* Popeye's Premiere: A clip show episode, using condensed footage of "Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp" with a FramingDevice wrapped around it.
* Lumberjack and Jill
* Hot Air Aces



* Tar with a Star
* Silly Hillybilly



* Hot Air Aces
* Lumberjack and Jill
* Popeye's Premiere: A clip show episode, using condensed footage of "Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp" with a FramingDevice wrapped around it.
* Silly Hillybilly
* Tar with a Star

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* Hot Air Aces
* Lumberjack and Jill
* Popeye's Premiere: A clip show episode, using condensed footage of "Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp" with a FramingDevice wrapped around it.
* Silly Hillybilly
* Tar with a Star



* Baby Wants Spinach: Semi-remake of "Little Swee'Pea".

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* Baby Wants Spinach: Semi-remake How Green is My Spinach
* Gym Jam: Color remake
of "Little Swee'Pea"."Vim, Vigor and Vitaliky".



* The Farmer and the Belle
* Gym Jam: Color remake of "Vim, Vigor and Vitaliky".
* How Green is My Spinach



* Baby Wants Spinach: Semi-remake of "Little Swee'Pea".




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* The Farmer and the Belle



* Vacation with Play
* Thrill of Fair



* Pilgrim Popeye



* Pilgrim Popeye



* Thrill of Fair
* Vacation with Play

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* Thrill of Fair
* Vacation with Play



* Big Bad Sindbad: Another stock footage episode, reusing animation from "Popeye Meets Sindbad" with a new FramingDevice added. PublicDomain.
* Friend or Phony: Reuses footage from "I'll Be Skiing Ya" and "Tar with a Star".

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* Big Bad Sindbad: Another stock footage episode, reusing animation from "Popeye Meets Sindbad" with a new FramingDevice added. PublicDomain.
* Friend or Phony: Reuses footage from "I'll Be Skiing Ya" and "Tar with a Star".
Popeye's Pappy: Color remake of "Goonland". One of three appearances Poopdeck Pappy makes in the FamousStudios shorts. The last of 3 Famous Studios Color Popeye cartoons banned due to racist content.



* Swimmer Take All
* Friend or Phony: Reuses footage from "I'll Be Skiing Ya" and "Tar with a Star".
* Tots of Fun



* Popeye's Pappy: Color remake of "Goonland". One of three appearances Poopdeck Pappy makes in the FamousStudios shorts. The last of 3 Famous Studios Color Popeye cartoons banned due to racist content.



* Swimmer Take All
* Tots of Fun

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* Swimmer Take All
* Tots of Fun
Big Bad Sindbad: Another stock footage episode, reusing animation from "Popeye Meets Sindbad" with a new FramingDevice added. PublicDomain.



* Baby Wants a Battle: Third and final appearance of Poopdeck Pappy in a Famous short, and as a younger man in a flashback.



* Fireman's Brawl: Color remake of "The Two-Alarm Fire".



* Popeye, the Ace of Space: A Popeye cartoon made in 3-D. Semi-remake of "Rocket to Mars".
* Shaving Muggs: Color remake of A Clean Shaven Man.




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* Baby Wants a Battle: Third and final appearance of Poopdeck Pappy in a Famous short, and as a younger man in a flashback.
* Fireman's Brawl: Color remake of "The Two-Alarm Fire".
* Popeye, the Ace of Space: A Popeye cartoon made in 3-D. Semi-remake of "Rocket to Mars".
* Shaving Muggs: Color remake of A Clean Shaven Man.
10th Feb '16 7:41:25 PM Emio-Trope-Zuna
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* Bride and Gloom: Color remake of "Wimmin is a Myskery". PublicDomain.



* Fright to the Finish: Color remake of "Ghosks is the Bunk". PublicDomain.
* Gopher Spinach: PublicDomain.
* Greek Mirthology: PublicDomain.



* Private Eye Popeye: PublicDomain.




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* Bride and Gloom: Color remake of "Wimmin is a Myskery". PublicDomain.
* Greek Mirthology: PublicDomain.
* Fright to the Finish: Color remake of "Ghosks is the Bunk". PublicDomain.
* Private Eye Popeye: PublicDomain.
* Gopher Spinach: PublicDomain.



* Nearlyweds: Last Popeye short to bear the FamousStudios name before it changed its name to "Paramount Cartoon Studios". PublicDomain.



* Nearlyweds: Last Popeye short to bear the FamousStudios name before it changed its name to "Paramount Cartoon Studios". PublicDomain.



* DarkHorseVictory: The ending of "A Clean Shaven Man", where Popeye defeats Bluto and goes off to Olive shaved--only for both him and Bluto to find she's already gone off with another man ([[HypocriticalHumor who, unlike them, is very hairy]]) prompting Popeye and Bluto to [[LiteralAssKicking deliver a butt-kick to each other.]]

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* DarkHorseVictory: The ending of "A Clean Shaven Man", Man"[[note]]And the color remake: "Shaving Muggs"[[/note]], where Popeye defeats Bluto and goes off to Olive shaved--only for both him and Bluto to find she's already gone off with another man ([[HypocriticalHumor who, unlike them, is very hairy]]) prompting Popeye and Bluto to [[LiteralAssKicking deliver a butt-kick to each other.]]
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* Popeye the Sailor: Billed as a BettyBoop cartoon, but is really a PoorlyDisguisedPilot for the Popeye cartoons. Betty herself recieves barely a minute of screentime, with almost all of her animation recycled from "Betty Boop's Bamboo Isle". The series formula is established right out of the starting gate with this cartoon, with Bluto kidnapping Olive and Popeye having to chase him down and beat him into submission before Olive gets run over by a train.
* I Yam What I Yam: The first solo Popeye short. Renamed "The Indian Fighter" in reissued prints. Wimpy makes his debut here.



* I Yam What I Yam: The first solo Popeye short. Renamed "The Indian Fighter" in reissued prints. Wimpy makes his debut here.
* Popeye the Sailor: Billed as a BettyBoop cartoon, but is really a PoorlyDisguisedPilot for the Popeye cartoons. Betty herself recieves barely a minute of screentime, with almost all of her animation recycled from "Betty Boop's Bamboo Isle". The series formula is established right out of the starting gate with this cartoon, with Bluto kidnapping Olive and Popeye having to chase him down and beat him into submission before Olive gets run over by a train.



* Axe Me Another

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* Axe Me AnotherSock-a-Bye Baby: First Popeye short with neither Olive Oyl nor Bluto. Features Popeye caring for Betty Boop's baby brother.
* Let's You and Him Fight
* The Man on the Flying Trapeze: Sole animated appearance of Olive Oyl's mother, in the opening. Bluto does not appear here, although the eponymous man on the flying trapeze is an obvious stand-in for him.



* The Dance Contest

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* The Dance ContestShoein' Hosses
* Strong to the Finich
* Shiver Me Timbers



* Axe Me Another



* Let's You and Him Fight
* The Man on the Flying Trapeze: Sole animated appearance of Olive Oyl's mother, in the opening. Bluto does not appear here, although the eponymous man on the flying trapeze is an obvious stand-in for him.
* Shiver Me Timbers
* Shoein' Hosses
* Sock-a-Bye Baby: First Popeye short with neither Olive Oyl nor Bluto. Features Popeye caring for Betty Boop's baby brother.
* Strong to the Finich



* The Dance Contest



* Beaus Will Be Beaus
* Car-azy Drivers: Color remake of "Wimmin Hadn't Oughta Drive".



* Cops is Tops
* Gift of Gag
* A Job for a Gob
* Mister and Mistletoe




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* Beaus Will Be Beaus
* Gift of Gag
* Car-azy Drivers: Color remake of "Wimmin Hadn't Oughta Drive".
* Mister and Mistletoe
* Cops is Tops
* A Job for a Gob



* NearVillainVictory: Bluto almost successfully marries Olive Oyl in "Bride and Gloom" after humiliating Popeye. But once Bluto and Olive meet the Justice of the Peace, he makes Bluto promise to do a ludicrous amount of housework and deeds for Olive as part of their marriage. Bluto immediately gets cold feet and bails on the marriage on the spot, with Olive in chase. Of course, the Justice of the Peace turns out to be Popeye in disguise.

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* NearVillainVictory: Bluto almost successfully marries Olive Oyl in "Bride and Gloom" "Nearlyweds" after humiliating Popeye. But once Bluto and Olive meet the Justice of the Peace, he makes Bluto promise to do a ludicrous amount of housework and deeds for Olive as part of their marriage. Bluto immediately gets cold feet and bails on the marriage on the spot, with Olive in chase. Of course, the Justice of the Peace turns out to be Popeye in disguise.



** In one episode, Popeye dreamed he'd lost a boxing match by knockout, and that Olive Oyl dumped him because he was therefore now a "weakling." When he awoke, he ran over to Olive's house to prove himself, and lifted the ''entire house'' into the air. ''Without eating spinach first!''

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** In one episode, "Spinach Packin' Popeye", Popeye dreamed he'd lost a boxing match by knockout, and that Olive Oyl dumped him because he was therefore now a "weakling." When he awoke, he ran over to Olive's house to prove himself, and lifted the ''entire house'' into the air. ''Without eating spinach first!''
7th Feb '16 3:30:35 PM nombretomado
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He starred in an impressive 232 [[note]] Discounting all the remake and clip show shorts, the number is "merely" 200[[/note]] theatrical cartoons during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, lasting from [[LongRunner 1933 to 1957]], his most noteworthy short being the first of the three two-reeler, 20 minute long, full-color Technicolor specials: specifically, "WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsSindbadTheSailor". This iconic short, being a precursor even to Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''[[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs Snow White]]'', was extremely popular and was even billed along with the feature of the theater, above the main feature of the theater that played it, or ''even billed as the main feature of the theater itself.'' While it failed to win an Oscar (losing to the now obscure WaltDisney SillySymphonies short "The Country Cousin"), it is still considered to this day to be one of The50GreatestCartoons ever made, influencing even filmmakers like Creator/RayHarryhausen, especially on his film ''Film/The7thVoyageOfSinbad''.

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He starred in an impressive 232 [[note]] Discounting all the remake and clip show shorts, the number is "merely" 200[[/note]] theatrical cartoons during TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, lasting from [[LongRunner 1933 to 1957]], his most noteworthy short being the first of the three two-reeler, 20 minute long, full-color Technicolor specials: specifically, "WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsSindbadTheSailor". This iconic short, being a precursor even to Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''[[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs Snow White]]'', was extremely popular and was even billed along with the feature of the theater, above the main feature of the theater that played it, or ''even billed as the main feature of the theater itself.'' While it failed to win an Oscar (losing to the now obscure WaltDisney SillySymphonies short "The Country Cousin"), it is still considered to this day to be one of The50GreatestCartoons ever made, influencing even filmmakers like Creator/RayHarryhausen, especially on his film ''Film/The7thVoyageOfSinbad''.
28th Jan '16 5:45:20 PM Tavernier
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* TheRival: In the animation, Bluto is Popeye's main antagonist and competition for Olive Oyl. This was a step up from his origins in the comics; he was picked for the shorts because he happened to be TheHeavy of the arc that was running when Fleischer first started making the cartoon.
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