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Popeye The Sailor Man - Invisible Popeye
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Popeye The Sailor Man - College Of Hard Knocks
Popeye The sailor Man - After The Ball Went Over
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Black people hate when Popeyes runs outta chickens (ZI CARLOS & G.E COLLECTION)
Classic Popeye cartoon from 1939!Directed by Dave Fleischer.
Directed by Seymour Kneitel.
Written by Jack Mercer.
Jack Mercer ... Popeye.
Jackson Beck ... Bluto.
Mae Questel ... Olive Oyl.
A Classic Fleischer Studios Popeye Cartoon from 1938.
Um minuto de Popeye - One minute of Popeye
Popeye the Sailor is a cartoon fictional character created by Elzie Crisler Segar, who has appeared in comic strips and animated cartoons in the cinema as well as on television
In November 1932, King Features signed an agreement with Fleischer Studios to have Popeye and the other Thimble Theatre characters begin appearing in a series of animated cartoons. The first cartoon in the series was released in 1933, and Popeye cartoons, released by Paramount Pictures, would remain a staple of Paramount's release schedule for nearly 25 years. Many of the Thimble Theatre characters, including Wimpy, Poopdeck Pappy, and Eugene the Jeep, eventually made appearances in the Paramount cartoons, though appearances by Olive Oyl's extended family and Ham Gravy were notably absent. Thanks to the animated-short series, Popeye became even more of a sensation than he had been in comic strips, and by 1938, polls showed that the sailor was Hollywood's most popular cartoon character.
Popeye review. Classic Game Room reviews POPEYE for ColecoVision from 1983 published by Nintendo. CGR Popeye video review shows Popeye ColecoVision gameplay in HD action. Popeye is similar to games like Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr. (it was even developed by some of the similar people) and has solid arcade style gameplay where you catch hearts and notes dropped by Popeye's sweetheart Olive Oyle. Fans of Popeye's old school cartoons or, more specifically, fans of classic Nintendo games like Donkey Kong should enjoy Popeye for the ColecoVision. Popeye is also available for Atari 5200 and the NES Nintendo Entertainment System.
Popeye - a clean shaven man