Popeye the Sailor 3 Seasons 1933

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5. Leave Well Enough Alone / Wotta Nitemare / Ghosks is the Bunk TV-NR CC

Popeye, saddened by the sight of dogs in a pet shop, buys them and releases them into the streets. / Popeye has a nightmare in which he is unable to save Olive Oyl from Bluto. / Bluto lures Popeye & Olive to a haunted house.

Runtime:
20 minutes
Original air date:
January 1, 1933

Leave Well Enough Alone / Wotta Nitemare / Ghosks is the Bunk

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Season 2
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    1. I Yam Love Sick / Plumbing is a Popeye plays sick to win Olive's attention. / Popeye visits Olive Oyl and discovers her home in turmoil because of a broken water pipe. / Popeye and the Jeep, his magical pet, visit Olive and learn Swee'pea has crawled out of his crib and disappeared.

    TV-NR 23min January 1, 1933
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    2. Bulldozing the Bull / Mutiny Ain't Nice / Goonland Popeye dislikes bullfighting, but when Olive makes eyes at him he forgets all and finds himself in the arena with the bull. / As Popeye's ship prepares to sail, Olive falls into a trunk and is carried aboard unnoticed. / Popeye sails in search of his father, Poopdeck, who has been missing for forty years.

    TV-NR 21min January 1, 1933
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    3. A Date to Skate / Cops is Always Right / Customers Wanted It's Olive's first visit to a skating rink, and Popeye accidentally crashes into the pillar to which she is clinging. Popeye manages to rescue Olive in an amusing climax. / Popeye's troubles start when his car unintentionally knocks down a traffic policeman, and he's given a ticket. / Popeye tries to lure customers into his penny arcade at Coney Island.

    TV-NR 22min January 1, 1933
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    4. Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp Olive Oyl works for a movie company writing scripts. In one, she pictures herself as a lovely Princess and Popeye as charming Prince Aladdin.

    TV-NR 22min January 1, 1933
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    5. Leave Well Enough Alone / Wotta Nitemare / Ghosks is the Bunk Popeye, saddened by the sight of dogs in a pet shop, buys them and releases them into the streets. / Popeye has a nightmare in which he is unable to save Olive Oyl from Bluto. / Bluto lures Popeye & Olive to a haunted house.

    TV-NR 20min January 1, 1933
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    6. Hello, How am I? / It's the Natural Thing to Do / Never Sock a Baby Popeye meets himself walking down the street toward Olive's house, where he has been invited to a hamburger feast. / Persuaded by Olive Oyl that the public might like them in a different role, Popeye and Bluto attempt to be sophisticated men-about-town. / Swee'pea leaves home after Popeye spanks him.

    TV-NR 19min January 1, 1933
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    7. Shakespearean Spinach / Females is Fickle / Stealin' Ain't Honest Popeye replaces Bluto as the lead opposite Olive in a benefit performance of ROMEO AND JULIET. / Olive Oyl's pet goldfish jumps out of his bowl and falls overboard. Popeye dives after the missing pet and the chase is on! / Popeye and Olive Oyl sail off to find the whereabouts of Olive's gold mine.

    TV-NR 19min January 1, 1933
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    8. Me Feelins is Hurt / Onion Pacific / Wimmin is a Myskery Popeye learns Olive is through with sailors and has gone West, "where men are men." / Popeye and Bluto are rival locomotive engineers engaged in a mad cross-country dash to see which of them gets the franchise for the rail line. / Popeye proposes marriage and departs after Olive promises to think it over and give him her answer in the morning.

    TV-NR 20min January 1, 1933
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    9. Nurse-Mates / Fightin Pals / Doing Impossikible Stunts Popeye and Bluto vie with each other over caring for Swee'pea while Olive visits the beauty parlor. / A modern Stanley and Livingston saga, with Popeye going to Darkest Africa to rescue his pal, Dr. Bluto. / Popeye tries to get a job as a movie stunt man by showing studio executives movies of some of his most daring exploits.

    TV-NR 22min January 1, 1933
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    10. Wimmin Hadn't Oughta Drive / Puttin' on the Act / Popeye Meets William Tell There's plenty of excitement when Popeye takes Olive Oyl out for a driving lesson. / Olive Oyl announces the news that "vaudeville's coming back." Swee'pea, Popeye and Olive rehearse their old-time routines. / Popeye has need of his spinach when he poses as William Tell's son for the big apple-shooting contest, especially when he finds that the old man's aim isn't what it used to be!

    TV-NR 19min January 1, 1933
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    11. My Pop, My Pop / With Poopdeck Pappy / Popeye Presents Eugene the Jeep Popeye is building a boat when his daddy, Poopdeck Pappy, insists on helping. / It's bedtime, but old Pappy refuses to go and despite Popeye's efforts, the old man sneaks out to a nightclub. / Olive presents Popeye with a cute little puppy, Eugene the Jeep, as a birthday present, with instructions to make him sleep outside.

    TV-NR 20min January 1, 1933

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77 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Paul J. Mular TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 17, 2008
Format: DVD
Warner Home Video has issued this disc 1 advisery:

Notice regarding Popeye the Sailor 1938-1940 Volume 2, Disc 1

Warner Home Video is advising consumers who purchased Popeye the Sailor 1938-1940 Volume 2 DVD that two shorts on Disc 1 have an alternate opening credits sequence.

For any consumer who wants to have disc 1 replaced with the original opening credits sequence, please contact Warner Home Video at 1-800-553-6937 so that a self-addressed stamped envelope can be sent to you for return of your current disc. Please note that the replacement discs will be sent to you in approximately 8-10 weeks.

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The cartoons in error are:

#9 CUSTOMERS WANTED
#14 HELLO HOW AM I

They start with the Paramount Logo replacing the TV "aap" logo, but then jump to the plain white "Popeye" TV title card, and then return to the original episode title & credits. The editor did not realize that the Popeye section needed to be replaced also.

As this is not a disc "Recall" but a replacement program, don't expect the stores to send them back for replacement copies. I would suggest purchasing the DVDs now. If you are unhappy with the alternate title sections, then call for a replacement. I would not wait in hopes the new discs will appear on the store shelves. That would require them to sell out of all existing copies in the distribution warehouses.

Most likely many viewers will not care about this, but historians will want the corrected discs.
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64 of 73 people found the following review helpful By calvinnme HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 29, 2008
Format: DVD
Someone has already commented in Volume One that these early Popeye cartoons are totally different from what is often seen on TV. Those cartoons were largely made in the 60's and are quite monotonous - Bluto wants Olive as a girlfriend, he initially gets the upper hand, and then Popeye eats his spinach and saves the day. If that were the case here I'd say save your money. However, this is not the case. These early Popeye cartoons feature funnier, more interesting versions of the Popeye characters in a wide variety of plots. The following is the press release indicating the contents of volume 2:

DISC 1
I Yam Love Sick
Plumbing Is A Pipe
The Jeep
Bulldozing The Bull
Mutiny Ain't Nice
Goonland
A Date To Skate
Cops Is Always Right
Customers Wanted
ALADDIN AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP
Leave Well Enough Alone
Wotta Nitemare
Ghosks Is The Bunk
Hello, How Am I
It"s The Natural Thing To Do

DISC 2
Never Sock A Baby
Shalespearian Spinach
Females Is Fickle
Stealin' Ain't Honest
Me Feelin's Is Hurt
Onion Pacific
Wimmin Is A Myskery
Nurse-Mates
Fightin' Pals
Doin' Impossikible Stunts
Wimmin Hadn't Oughta Drive
Puttin On The Act
Popeye Meets William Tell
My Pop, My Pop
With Poopdeck Pappy
Popeye Presents Eugene The Jeep

Extras will include commentaries, Popeye Popumentary featurettes, an Out of the Inkwell: The Fleischer Story retrospective documentary, the feature-length movie Gulliver's Travels, vintage audio recordings, radio interviews, and more.
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful By A. Gammill VINE VOICE on March 16, 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The Fleischers' Popeye series really hit its stride in the late 1930's, and this set contains many classic shorts. For those poor uninformed folks that think all Popeye cartoons are the same, be sure and show them "It's the Natural Thing To Do," wherein Popeye and Bluto try a more civilized approach at courting Olive. More characters from the Segar comic strip appear as well, including Eugene the Jeep, Poopdeck Pappy, and the Goons. "Females Is Fickle" is the well-known episode in which Popeye nearly kills himself trying to save Olive's pet goldfish. And the "Aladdin" short is the final color "2-reeler" in the series.

As with Volume 1, Warner Bros. has provided a generous set of extras for this release. These include a lengthy documentary on the Fleischer studios, featurettes on supporting players, various art galleries, audio commentaries on several cartoons, and a Superman cartoon from the Fleischers. While that last item might seem an odd addition to this set, it's another fine example of what the studio could do with a popular comic character.

There are still a couple of more years' worth of great Popeye cartoons from the Fleischers, before the changeover to Famous Studios. . .and the long, slow death (creatively speaking) of the spinach-eating sailor. Popeye the Sailor-1941-43 Volume 3 hits the shelves on Sept. 30. In the meantime, enjoy some of his greatest adventures with this terrific collection.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Xander McDonald on June 24, 2008
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These cartoons were notoriously difficult to restore--where Volume 2 was originally intended to be another four disc set, the restorations on this particular group of films proved to be much more challenging than expected.

With that said, I think the producers did a great job delivering us another high-quality "official" Popeye The Sailor release. There are some instances where the picture jumps during the opening credits or the sound quality swells, but overall the quality and integrity of these cartoons has been restored 99 percent. In other words, the producers of this set did the best they could to fix what were very damaged originals.

If you enjoyed Popeye The Sailor Vol. 1 you will enjoy Vol. 2 as well. You definitely see some changes in the Fleischers' direction, as they uprooted their studio and moved to Miami, in some cases placing Popeye in a suburban setting rather than the gritty city of the cartoons in the first volume. And it's interesting to see all of that off-screen drama manifest itself on-screen. But as the saying goes, you can take the kid out of the city but you can't take the city out of the kid; even though Popeye may find himself in calmer neighborhoods, he is still the same rough and tumble sailor, ready to crack a can of spinich and throw down with anyone.

What I think is so impressive about these sets is that they don't only rekindle your interest in Popeye--they pull you into the Fleischers' history and they boost your overall interest in animation. The extras and "Popumentaries" give you detailed looks at specific characters and voice-actors, and the packaging is really beautiful, perfectly capturing the era that these films represent.
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