Final film appearance of Shorty. prints due to the involvement of the Paramount logo, No longer aired on American TV outside of, First cartoon where Popeye sings his full theme song when he appears since, An edited-for-TV version is known to exist, No longer airs on American television due to World War II caricatures of Nazis and Japanese people, Some TV versions are edited to remove anti-Japanese dialogue spoken by, Twinkletoes the Carrier Pigeon from the Fleischer Studios film, The ending gag is cut from a.a.p. Twitter Share. With Jack Mercer, Mae Questel, Jackson Beck. See more ideas about popeye, popeye cartoon, popeye the sailor man. A classy, resourceful panther has plenty of hilarious misadventures, outwitting those who annoy him with his clever tricks. Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor, Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves, List of Popeye the Sailor theatrical cartoons (Fleischer Studios), https://popeye.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Popeye_the_Sailor_theatrical_cartoons_(Famous_Studios)?oldid=39803, First ever short from Famous Studios but does not bear the name in the opening credits, No longer shown on American television due to, Does not bear the name "Famous Studios" in the opening credits, The last version of the opening credits sequence from the last Fleischer shorts is used, minus the "A Max Fleischer Cartoon" credit, Starting with this cartoon, Bluto was redesigned to appear more muscular compared to his previous appearances, First appearance of the "Famous Studios" branding in the opening segment. This FAQ is empty. Use the HTML below. Legend. Although uncredited, this is the last Popeye cartoon on which animator Jim Tyer worked on before leaving to join the Terrytoons studio, Last cartoon to use the name "In Technicolor" credit, King Little from the Fleischer Studios film, Some TV versions are edited to remove a Black stereotype and Bluto in blackface, Bluto has a non-speaking role until the finale, when he does a Fred Allen imitation, First cartoon to use the name "Color by Technicolor" credit, Dave Tendlar's animation crew got the credit for animation, but this cartoon was actually animated by Tom Johnson's crew, Last Popeye cartoon produced in Cinecolor, Color remake of the Fleischer Studios short, Little Audrey makes a cameo appearance in the dream sequence. Contains potentially offensive Mexican stereotypes. There was also the testimonial dinner episode which showed flashbacks from previous cartoons. A bumbling bionic police inspector stumbles about on his cases, while his niece and dog secretly do the real investigative work. in 1956, and the color cartoons were sold to a.a.p. The cartoon characters Popeye and Olive were real people The first animator credited handled the animation direction. Here, he is again voiced by Arnold Stang instead of Jack Mercer. This is the second appearance she had in a Famous Studios cartoon, the first being the Noveltoon, The ending music for most a.a.p.-distributed Famous Studios Popeye shorts was sourced from this cartoon, The first Popeye cartoon produced in Polacolor, Original Paramount titles restored and distributed by Turner, A special set of titles were used only on this cartoon, Contains potentially offensive Native American stereotypes, Contains potentially offensive Arab stereotypes, Compilation film, uses clips (with original soundtracks) from, Some TV versions are edited to remove the clip from, Contains a famous gaffe where Bluto stands at a bar without legs, Compilation film, mostly reused footage from the Fleischer two-reeler, Last Popeye cartoon produced in Polacolor, First Popeye cartoon to be produced in Technicolor since, Bluto wears a handlebar moustache instead of his trademark full beard, Final Popeye cartoon released in the 1940s, Only cartoon where Bluto wears a blue sailor's suit, First Popeye cartoon released in the 1950s, Contains excerpts from two nonexistent Popeye cartoons; Bluto is aware of his role as a cartoon character, In his "female" role, Jackson Beck does an impersonation of Mae West, One of two Famous cartoons where Popeye appears in his original comics outfit, This is the first of six cartoons where Popeye's nephews appeared with, A semi-remake of the Fleischer Studios short, Fourth and final cartoon where Popeye's sailor outfit is blue, Noted for production flaws--on several occasions Olive and Bluto speak, but their lips do not move. The smurfs average daily routine is attempting to avoid Gargomel, an evil man who wants to kill our little blue friends. Popeye The Sailor Man is a fictional cartoon character created by Elzie Crisler Segar. Fred Diamond Popeye is a scrappy little – Wool thickness: 3-4 mm. This gag was recreated for airing on, First cartoon to feature the voice of Arnold Stang, The first of three cartoons to feature Popeye's, First use of the "spinning star" opening credits. Since the syndicate had no studio, they farmed out the animation to five studios, with almost half of the produced by Jack Kinney. Popeye is also known for his signature power boost when consuming spinach. Watch as Popeye eats his spinach and saves the day and rescues Olive Oyl and Little Swee' Pea from the likes of Bluto. For more than 20 years, Stephen DeStefano has been the artist drawing Popeye for King Features licensing. Those shorts are noted below. The rest of the gang is all here too (including Wimpy) with cartoons from the 1930s - 1950s. Photos of the Popeye the Sailor (Short) voice actors. I ain’t no tailor but I know what suits me. Enjoy 4 hours of classic Popeye the Sailor Man cartoons. Depending on the cartoon, Eugene also had abilities like phasing through solid objects or manipulating his tail into a useful shape. Popeye the Sailorpedia is a FANDOM Comics Community. ― Popeye. Directed by Dave Fleischer, Seymour Kneitel. The Smurfs are little blue creatures that live in mushroom houses in a forest inhabited mainly by their own kind. I biffs 'em and buffs 'em And always out roughs 'em But none of 'em gets nowhere. After watching a number of cartoons, you'll probably get tired of hearing Olive scream "Help! A pitiful cat with a pronounced lisp spends his time trying to catch and eat a little yellow canary, who always seems to outsmart his wicked plans. Facebook Share. (Uncredited assistant animators): Leave us not jump to seclusions. POPEYE THE SAILOR MAN MATERIALS – Wool of different colors: red, white, black, light brown, flesh color, blue, yellow. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. A scheming coyote, constantly at odds with a swift and clever roadrunner bird, uses various gadgets and devices to try and catch his longtime rival. No longer shown on American television due to Black African native stereotyping, Only cartoon where Popeye's spinach can has a speaking role, This is the third of six cartoons where Popeye's nephews appeared with Bluto, In the Public Domain in the United States, This short has gained some infamy for its use of a sped-up voice clip used for the mouse, which includes swearing, The mouse is rumored to have been voiced by Seymour Kneitel, Mostly reused footage from the Fleischer two-reeler, A restored original print is available in some PD compilations, Second of two Famous cartoons where Popeye appears in his original outfit from the comics, This is the fourth of six cartoons where Popeye's nephews appeared with. The first Popeye cartoon produced after the Studios moved back to New York, First appearance of the revamped Bluto character, Compilation film; clips reused (with original soundtracks) from the Fleischer two-reel Popeye Color Specials. A brief snippet of the theme from the Superman cartoons appears while Olive Oyl reads a Superman comic book, Jackson Beck, who voices Bluto in this cartoon, was the announcer for, Original Paramount version restored and distributed by Turner, No longer shown on American television due to negative Black African stereotypes, First appearance of the Paramount mountain with a red color scheme and solid blue sky in the opening, Second of two cartoons to use special opening credits and introductory music, The first of several cartoons where Jack Mercer is not available to voice Popeye. Uncredited assistant animators Vincent Cafarelli Sal Maimone Although Olive Oyl appears in this cartoon, she doesn't speak at all. Larry Riley Brutus sinks to a new low in both greed and criminal activity by trying to abduct little Swee'pee from his family. Mae Questel provides the sailor's voice, Despite the fact that Popeye and Bluto are wearing blue pants, it is possible that their Navy sailor suits are blue, Probably the first Popeye short to have a separate opening title card for the "A Famous Studios Production" credit, A color remake of the Fleischer Studios short, One of two Famous Studios cartoons where Bluto eats, The last time Jack Mercer voices Popeye until 1946's, An early appearance of the newly-designed Olive Oyl, Final Popeye cartoon produced and released during World War II, In Mercer's absence, Harry Foster Welch voices Popeye. Unlike the Fleischer Studios entries, the director credits for these shorts represent the actual director in charge of that short's production. Uncredited Assistant Animators Popeye, a pugnacious, wisecracking cartoon sailor who possesses superhuman strength after ingesting an always-handy can of spinach. Jan Schvoak, Bluto, and the first of two cartoons where Wimpy and Image source . If anyone dares to risk my "Fisk", print mistakenly leaves in Famous Studios credit with the Paramount logo in the background, Last theatrical short appearance of Swee'Pea, Some TV versions are edited to remove Black stereotypes that originally appeared in the reused footage from, One of two Famous Studios cartoons where Bluto eats spinach and beats up Popeye, The last cartoon produced before they were sold to a.a.p. The All New Popeye Hour was created for TV in 1978, a Popeye movie was made in 1980, and in 1981, a Saturday morning show featuring Popeye, Olive Oyl, Bluto, and Wimpy called The Popeye and Olive Show was … Uncredited Assistant Animators Myrna Morrissey Was this review helpful to you? Popeye is portrayed as a sailor with his signature squint right eye, corncob pipe, and large forearms. A various of incredible adventures involving a cheerful woodpecker with an unforgettable laugh. Frank Endres All remaining cartoons, beginning with Her Honor the Mare, are in color. An underdog with bulging forearms, a mean uppercut and a love of canned spinach. 41 images (& sounds) of the Popeye the Sailor cast of characters. All cartoons are one-reel (6 to 10 minutes) and in black-and-white, except for the three Popeye Color Specials (Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor from 1936, Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves from 1937, and Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp from 1939), which are two-reels (approx. He first appeared in the daily King Features comic strip Thimble Theatre on January 17, 1929. Produced in 1952. As of 2019, all Famous Studios shorts released before 1950 have been made available on home video via Warner Archive. / I'm strong t... Deutsch English Español Français Hungarian Italiano Nederlands Polski Português (Brasil) Română Svenska Türkçe Ελληνικά Български Русский Српски العربية فارسی 日本語 한국어 I’m strong to the finich, ’cause I eats me Spinach, I’m Popeye the sailor man! Some TV airings delete Popeye's "sambo dancer" line. Oh, I'm Popeye the Sailor Man, I'm Popeye the Sailor Man. View production, box office, & company info, Popeye 40th Anniversary Blu-ray Extra Goes Behind the Robin Williams Classic [Exclusive], Gene Deitch Dies, Tom and Jerry Cartoon Director and Oscar-Winning Animator Was 95, My Favorite Cartoons I used to see in my Childhood, Nostalgia Critic: Christmas with the Kranks. Popeye is suspicious, he thinks Brutus is more interested in taking the cities treasure than ... Popeye visits the local stream for a relaxing swim but is surprised to find a couple of dam-building beavers. Ellsworth Barthen Paul Sparagano This clip has been edited out since the original theatrical showing in 1947, and is now presumed lost or destroyed. Popeye the Sailor is a cartoon character created by Elzie Crisler Segar, who has appeared in comic strips and animated cartoons in the cinema as well as on television. Phyliss Littman Popeye the Sailor has been well-known to comic strip fans since his first appearance in 1929 in the newspaper strip Thimble Theater, created by cartoonist Elzie Segar.The hot-tempered old salt with bulging forearms and a fractured vocabulary was at first a minor character, but he grew to dominate the strip as readers fell for Popeye "the sailor man." Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Popeye has also become the strip's title in later years. All remaining cartoons, beginning with Her Honor the Mare, are in color. That's all we can stands and we can't stands no more. 20 minutes) long and in Technicolor.Dave Fleischer was the credited director on every cartoon produced by the Studios. I yam what I yam and that’s all what I yam. This time, a younger version in a flashback sequence. Howard Post Larz Bourne The final appearance of Poopdeck Pappy in a Famous cartoon. 5. Original Paramount version restored and distributed by Turner. May 15, 2019 - Explore Christie Moyer's board "Popeye tattoo", followed by 389 people on Pinterest. Features remastered sound! Connie Quirk, (Uncredited assistant animators): The plotlines in the animated cartoons tended to be simpler than those presented in the comic strips, and the characters slightly different. Story by Irving Spector. Popeye is one of the most beloved cartoon characters of all time! Famous Studios was the animation division of Paramount Pictures, founded in 1942 after Paramount took control of Fleischer Studios and ousted its founders Max and Dave Fleischer in 1941. The original opening and closing Paramount titles were cut for TV syndication. 4 of 5 people found this review helpful. He caused Popeye endless consternation by living life to the fullest, assuming the behavior and engaging in the activities of a much younger man. All remaining shorts to the end of the series are public domain. Jack Dazzo Popeye the Sailor Poopdeck Pappy's second appearance in a Famous cartoon. This is the fifth of six cartoons where Popeye's nephews appeared with Bluto. Popeye was created by Elzie Crisler Segar, who in 1929 introduced the character into his existing newspaper cartoon strip, Thimble Theatre. So to know him more, have a look at the 10 crazy facts about Popeye The Sailor Man you probably don’t know.Cartoon are best adviser for children. See more ideas about popeye, popeye tattoo, popeye the sailor man. Sal Maimone Get a sneak peek of the new version of this page. Popeye’s first appearance on film was in a 1933 Betty Boop Paramount cartoon called Popeye the Sailor. Poopdeck Pappy was Popeye’s ninety-nine year old father. This is the version that is heard on all the remaining theatrical shorts. (toot, toot). ― Popeye … Dec 22, 2019 - Explore B's board "Olive Oil & Popeye" on Pinterest. Yogi, a smooth, talkative forest bear looks to raid park goers picnic baskets, while Park Ranger Smith tries to stop him. Uncredited Animators Morey Reden To make the film's title safe for emerging widescreen theatres, the Paramount mountain was completely redrawn. Updated Mar 06, 2019; Posted Jul 15, 2014 . Gerry Dvorak First appearance of the opening segment with Popeye's face getting out of a porthole. Fiegel was more likely to down a few bourbons instead of a can of spinach to get his super fighting prowess, but the rest of his caricature fit the Sailor Man to a T. He had the same jutting chin, built frame, and trademark pipe as his cartoon counterpart. Dante Barbetta, (Uncredited cel painters): Popeye fans rectified this in 1996. Along with other Famous Studios cartoons after Herman and Katnip's, a.a.p. – Crochet hook suitable for the […] Title: The first 14 shorts (You're a Sap, Mr. Jap through Cartoons Ain't Human) are in black-and-white. On the bright side, the voicework of Jack Mercer, Mae Questel and Jackson Beck was outstanding and viewers got to see characters that never turned up in the original cartoons, including Alice the Goon, King Blozo, Eugene the Jeep and the Sea Hag. The misadventures of two modern-day Stone Age families, the Flintstones and the Rubbles. Ellsworth Barthen, Uncredited animators John Gentilella Ruth Platt Cartoon Songs Popeye the Sailor Man lyrics: I'm Popeye the Sailor Man, / I'm Popeye the Sailor Man. Popeye and Possum Pearl in a scene from Famous Studios' Hill-billing and Cooing (1956). Juliana Wang Popeye, Popeye! Jack Ehret, (Uncredited artists): ― Popeye. This time he appears as Popeye's Fairy Godfather. The first 14 shorts (You're a Sap, Mr. Jap through Cartoons Ain't Human) are in black-and-white. That's Popeye. All cartoons are one-reel in length (6 to 10 minutes). Julianna Wang The Professor, Popeye and their assistant Brutus are searching for the lost city of "Bubble-On". The numbers listed next to each cartoon continue the numbering of the Fleischer entries. The studios continued to produce Popeye cartoons and also of Superman, Little Audrey and other characters until its dissolution in 1967. This is the only 3D Popeye cartoon. Popeye! These were produced after Paramount's new studio took over from Fleischer Studios, which had started the Popeye cartoon series in 1933. Popeye the Sailor Man is a colorful cartoon character created by Elzie Crisler Segar for a comic strip in 1929, and since then made into numerous cartoons. All television prints in circulation likely edited out the scene where Popeye transitions from being in drag into having a sailor suit, presumably due to nudity. Add the first question. The daily satirical adventures of the Looney Tunes star The Tazmanian Devil, along with his extended family, friends, and enemies on the island of Tasmania. I'm strong to the finich Cause I eats me spinach. Latest Popeye short not to be in the public domain. Popeye the Sailor snores while he sleeps, which disturbs Mouse, who is also trying to sleep. ― Popeye. 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. With William Costello, William Pennell, Bonnie Poe. Woody Gelman All cartoons are one-reel in length (6 to 10 minutes). The misadventures of a futuristic family. I'm one tough Gazookus Which hates all Palookas Wot ain't on the up and square. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? prints due to the involvement of the Paramount logo. A villain, usually Bluto, makes a move on Popeye's "sweet This cartoon uses footage from 1936's Popeye the Sailor Meets Sinbad the Sailor, the very first Popeye cartoon in color (alhough it was a longer 20 minute special film). A battle begins and eventually Popeye admits defeat and goes for a swim in the beaver's ... We've curated a list of lesser-known films to help you explore the space-time continuum from the comfort of your couch. Popeye's nephews appeared together, Bluto, and the second of two where Wimpy and the nephews appeared together, Uncredited Animator John Gentiella Ellsworth Barthen, Uncredited animator Ben Solomon Dante Barbetta, (Uncredited animator): One of the cartoons I remember was when Popeye was in a rocket for 60 days and he had a tape recorder where he can hear his friends. ― Olive Oyl. NiftyFifties > CARTOONS and COMICS > Popeye the Sailor Man. By the early 2000s, the Popeye shorts were owned by Turner Entertainment, whose Cartoon Network broadcast restored versions of many of the shorts as part of an anthology series called The Popeye Show. The animation in this segment was the basis for the "spinning star" opening credits in the color cartoons. Howard Post Final appearance of Dave Barry as the voice of Bluto. First cartoon with the entire Popeye theme re-recorded. It currently remains unknown what happened in this scene. Uncredited Assistant Animators Hero. This is a list of the 122 cartoons starring Popeye the Sailor and produced by Paramount Pictures's Famous Studios (later known as Paramount Cartoon Studios) from 1942 to 1957. Sailor. First of two cartoons to use special opening credits and introductory music. Unfortunately, the shows suffered from inconsistency, repetitive plots, weak gags and hurried animation. The baby-boomers of the fifties immediately fell in love with the squinty-eyed sailor, and by 1960, he had his own television show called Popeye the Sailor that featured entirely new Popeye cartoons. He first appeared in the daily King Features comic strip Thimble Theatre on January 17, 1929. Paul Sparagano The last Popeye cartoon produced at the Fleischer/Famous studio in Miami, Florida. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Animation by Al Eugster and George Germanetti. Popeye the Sailor is an American animated series of comedy short films based on the titular comic strip character created by E. C. Segar. 1. The Paramount Popeye cartoons were so popular that in 1937, the city of Crystal City, Texas, erected an official “Popeye” statue, marking the first time in world history a city had erected a statue in honor of a cartoon character. Tough-guy. In 1960, at the height of the original Popeye cartoons popularity in syndication, King Features Syndicate, who owned the rights to the character produced 220 additional cartoons for TV. Play As. I'm Popeye the Sailor Man. (1960–1962). However, she retains her original style in the cartoon. He also wrote for the animated "Tom and Jerry" movie cartoons. However, syndicated TV airings on Boomerang have an editing error on the opening titles. A war breaks out between Popeye and Mouse which Mouse eventually wins. All following entries only exist with original titles, Only Famous Studios cartoon specifically made for the Christmas season, This is the sixth and final cartoon where Popeye's nephews appear with Bluto, From this entry onward, all remaining Popeye shorts retain their original Paramount titles. No longer shown on American television due to World War II ethnic stereotyping of Japanese people, First cartoon directed by Seymour Kneitel, In the public domain in the United States, The ending gag is cut from a.a.p. The success of Popeye as a comic-strip and animated character has led to appearances in many other forms. The continuing animated adventures of Olive Oyl, Wimpy, Swee'pea and Popeye. Unlike the Fleischer Studios entries, the director credits for these shorts represent the actual director in charge of that short's production. Bugs Bunny, Tweety Bird, and all their cartoon friends, with the exception of Speedy Gonzales, are featured in this long-running series consisting of classic theatrical cartoons, often ... See full summary ». Famous moved to New York City (the original home of Fleischer Studios) in late 1943. The other Famous Studios animated theatrical short to be made in 3D was the Casper short, The ending gag is cut from a.a.p. Popeye the Sailor Man is a character that has appeared various in comic strips and cartoons. In 1933, Max and Dave Fleischer's Fleischer Studios adapted Segar's characters into a series of Popeye the Sailor theatrical cartoon shorts for Paramount Pictures. A modern continuation of the original Tom and Jerry cartoon, where the cat-and-mouse duo are now close friends through a series of adventures and chaos. The only Popeye cartoon supervised by Dave Tendlar, Last Popeye cartoon to bear the name Famous Studios in the credits before the studio became Paramount Cartoon Studios, Final theatrical film appearance of Popeye's nephews, Final theatrical short appearances of Bluto and Wimpy, Final theatrical short appearance of Popeye and Olive Oyl, Final cartoon directed by Isadore Sparber. Dante Barbetta. The first Popeye cartoon to use the RCA Photophone sound system. prints due to the use of the Paramount logo, A fully restored 3D print is in circulation for screening at 3D film events, Copyright is marked as 1953 on the title card, due to this cartoon being released on New Year's Day, 1954, Some restored versions on public domain DVDs use the original soundtrack, Color remake of the Fleischer studios short. Popeye, Alabama's Sailor Man. Popeye. Marty Polansky The last Popeye cartoon to use the Western Electric "Noiseless Recording" sound system. The continuing animated adventures of Olive Oyl, Wimpy, Swee'pea and Popeye. He was famous for not only the comic character, but also as the animated series and video games. Popeye the Sailor meets Ali Baba’s Forty Thieves wasn’t Popeye’s first feature.He started life as a character in the comic strip Thimble Theater in 1929, a comic actually centered around his off-and-on girlfriend, Olive Oyl.When it became obvious that Popeye was the … Music by Winston Sharples. The newly-designed Olive Oyl appears on the title card. the following year. The black-and white Popeye cartoons were sold to television distributors Associated Artists Productions (a.a.p.) ― Popeye. The first animator credited handled the animation direction. Watch Free Online Popeye Cartoons and Enjoy in Your Best Popeye Full Cartoon, Here you can find other Classical Popeye Cartoons. Early appearance of the newly-designed Olive Oyl, Rare depiction of Popeye as openly envious of Bluto, First regular appearance of the newly designed Olive Oyl, Some TV versions are edited to remove a Black stereotype, Although uncredited, Jim Tyer worked on this short, Famous Studios' own Herman the Mouse makes a cameo appearance, No longer airs on American TV due to a Black African stereotype, First time Jack Mercer voices Popeye since 1946's. But the things Popeye's nephews do in the museum are a good addition to the old cartoon, so I wouldn't say this film is too bad. Gerry Dvorak Save me! for television. The best remembered line was when Brutus said "I'm keeping company with poor lonesome Olive HA HA HA HA HA!!" TV syndication print, Jack Mercer and Harry Foster Welch both voice Popeye (Mercer does 3/4 of this cartoon; Welch takes over near the end), Some TV versions are edited to remove a Japanese stereotype. 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