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.