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Popeye the Sailor (1960s TV series)


Popeye the Sailor is an American animated series produced for ABC through King Features Syndicate TV that was released in 1960 with 220 episodes produced1 The episodes are grouped by the production studios of Larry Harmon Pictures, Rembrandt Films/Halas and Batchelor, Gerald Ray Studios, Jack Kinney Productions, Paramount Cartoon Studios, and Italy-based animation company Corona Cinematografica23

Contents

  • 1 Production
  • 2 List of episodes
    • 21 Larry Harmon Pictures
    • 22 Rembrandt Films/Halas and Batchelor
    • 23 Gerald Ray Studios
    • 24 Jack Kinney Productions
    • 25 Paramount Cartoon Studios
  • 3 VHS
  • 4 DVD
  • 5 Broadcasting history
    • 51 International broadcasts
  • 6 See also
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

Productionedit

In the late 1950s, the original Popeye theatrical shorts released by Paramount Studios from 1933 to 1957 began airing in many television markets and garnered huge ratings4 King Features Syndicate, who owned the print rights to the "Popeye" name, did not earn any money from the syndication of the Paramount theatrical Popeye films In order to capitalize on Popeye's television popularity, King Features hastily commissioned a new series of made-for-television Popeye cartoons5 Al Brodax served as executive producer of the cartoons for King Features' then-newly created television production and distribution division known today as Hearst Entertainment, named after King Features' parent company, the Hearst Corporation Jack Mercer, Mae Questel and Jackson Beck returned for this series, which was produced by several different animation companies: Gerald Ray Studios, Jack Kinney Productions, Rembrandt Films/Halas and Batchelor, and Larry Harmon Productions

Famous Studios, which produced the theatrical entries from 1942 to 1957, also returned, although by this point they had been renamed Paramount Cartoon Studios The series was produced using the limited animation technique, whose production values contrasted sharply to their Popeye theatrical counterparts The artwork was streamlined, simplified for television budgets, and the entries were completed at a breakneck pace 220 made-for-television cartoons were produced in two years; in contrast, 231 theatrical cartoons were produced in 24 years4 Several minor changes were made for the characters Though World War II had ended 15 years prior, Popeye still retained his white Navy uniform except in "Barbecue for Two", in which he wears his original black navy garb Olive Oyl's appearance was a hybrid of different incarnations; while her outfit reverted to the Fleischer years of a red turtleneck, long black dress and huge shoes, her hair retained the mid/late 1940s and 1950s makeover initiated by Famous Studios except in "Barbecue for Two", in which she is portrayed in her Fleischer/early Famous Studios design, and "Hits and Missiles", in which she wears her later Famous Studios clothes of red shirt with collar, black dress, and high-heel shoes

The biggest change was to Bluto, whose name was changed to "Brutus" At the time, King Features believed that Paramount owned the rights to the name "Bluto" King Features actually owned the name, as Bluto had been originally created for the comic strip; however, due to a lack of thorough research, they failed to realize this and reinvented him as Brutus to avoid supposed copyright infringement problems5 Realizing their mistake, King Features began to promote Brutus as an entirely new character His demeanor was altered slightly, and his physical appearance was changed from being muscular to slightly obese In addition, the sailor/Navy uniform was replaced with an enormous blue shirt and black pants5 Many entries lifted storylines directly from the comic strip, resulting in the inclusion of many characters not seen in the theatrical releases, including the Sea Hag, Toar, Rough House, and King Blozo4 Like their theatrical counterparts, the made-for-television series was also a big ratings success Popeye the Sailor aired in syndication in the United States into the 1990s Notably, the 1960s shorts would mark the final time Mae Questel would voice Olive Oyl

A version which includes all 220 shorts, presented in 65 half-hour cartoons can currently be seen for free on Amazon Video as "Classic Popeye"

List of episodesedit

Larry Harmon Picturesedit

Note: The story of all episodes are made by Charlie Shows

  • "Muskels Shmuskels" - Popeye runs afoul of circus heavyweight Brutus
  • "Hoppy Jalopy" - Popeye races to save Olive, against Brutus who places death traps around the track
  • "Dead-Eye Popeye"
  • "Mueller's Mad Monster" - Popeye and Olive tangle with a mad scientist's monster
  • "Caveman Capers" - Popeye remembers his prehistoric ancestor's discovery of spinach
  • "Bullfighter Bully"
  • "Ace of Space"
  • "College of Hard Knocks"
  • "Abdominal Snowman"
  • "Ski-Jump Chump"
  • "Irate Pirate"
  • "Foola-Foola Bird"
  • "Uranium on the Cranium" - Popeye and Brutus race to an island containing uranium
  • "Two-Faced Paleface
  • "Childhood Daze" - Popeye has to protect Olive from Brutus, while he's changed into a baby
  • "Sheepish Sheep-Herder" - Popeye and his Pappy clash with rustlers
  • "Track Meet Cheat"
  • "Crystal Ball Brawl" - Brutus tries to steal a crystal ball in Popeye's possession

Rembrandt Films/Halas and Batcheloredit

  • "Interrupted Lullaby"
  • "Sea No Evil" - To keep making quick bucks, Brutus steals many parts of Popeye's boat
  • "From Way Out"
  • "Seeing Double"
  • "Swee'pea Soup" - King Blozo's subjects demand that he step down and install Swee'pea as King
  • "Hag-Way Robbery"
  • "The Lost City of Bubble-lon" - Brutus raids an undersea kingdom
  • "There's No Space Like Home"
  • "Potent Lotion"
  • "Astro-Nut"
  • "Goon with the Wind"
  • "Insultin' the Sultan" - Popeye and Olive get into a heated argument and break up However, when a sultan wants Olive to be his bride, Popeye decides to go back to his old lover
  • "Dog-Gone Dog-Catcher"
  • "Voice from the Deep! or See Here Sea Hag!!"
  • "Matinée Idol Popeye" - Director Brutus constantly finds roles for Popeye so deadly that they could kill him
  • "Beaver or Not" - Two beavers build a dam that floods property owned by Popeye
  • "The Billionaire" - Take-off on the television series The Millionaire
  • "Model Muddle"
  • "Which Is Witch"
  • "Disguise the Limit"
  • "Spoil Sport"
  • "Have Time, Will Travel"
  • "Intellectual Interlude"
  • "Partial Post
  • "Weight for Me" - Depressed over a lengthy tour by Popeye and Brutus, Olive eats herself into a grotesque shape
  • "Canine Caprice" - A talking dog Jackson Beck gets Popeye in repeated bits of trouble
  • "Roger" - Roger the talking dog wins himself back into Popeye and Olive's good graces in time to thwart a jewelry store heist
  • "Tooth Be or Not Tooth Be" - Swee'Pea undergoes an important rite of passage - his first tooth

Gerald Ray Studiosedit

Note: In this production, the animation team was composed by: Izzy Ellis, Sam Kai, Casey Onaitis, Ray Young, Bill Higgins, Barney Posner, John Garling, and Bud Partch Finally, backgrounds and layouts are made respectively by Dave Weidman and Henry Lee

No Title Directed by Original air date
1 "Where There's a Will" Bob Bemiller  
Brutus and Popeye are co-beneficiaries in a will
2 "Take It Easel" Bob Bemiller  
Popeye the artist literally paints his Spinach to save the day
3 "I Bin Sculped" Bob Bemiller  
Olive the artist is sculpting a statue personifying weakness and exhaustion
4 "Fleas a Crowd" Bob Bemiller  
5 "Popeye's Junior Headache" Bob Bemiller  
Popeye has more than he can take with Olive's mischievous niece
6 "Egypt Us" Tom McDonald  
Olive mistakes an Egyptian tomb as a beach house, and becomes a sacrificial princess
7 "The Big Sneeze" Tom McDonald  
8 "The Last Resort" Tom McDonald  
Popeye, Olive and Wimpy check into a Resort run by the Sea Hag and Toar Wimpy makes "spinach burgers"
9 "Jeopardy Sheriff" Tom McDonald  
10 "Baby Phase" Tom McDonald  

Jack Kinney Productionsedit

No Title Animation
direction by
Story by Background by Layout by Original air date
1 "Battery Up" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Jack Kinney Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Robert Givens  
Olive Oyl is Popeye's biggest baseball fan
2 "Deserted Desert" Eric Cleworth
and Bill Keil
Jack Kinney Jules Engel and Noel Tucker Bruce Bushman  
3 "Skinned Divers" Rudy Larriva Jack Kinney Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Robert Givens  
Popeye looks for sunken treasure and encounters a mermaid who resembles Olive Oyl
4 "Popeye's Service Station" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Jack Kinney Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Noel Tucker  
Brutus flirts with Olive Oyl in the title setting, much to pump jockey Popeye's chagrin
5 "Coffee House" Harvey Toombs Jack Kinney Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Robert Givens  
Brutus introduces Olive to beatnik culture in the title setting; Popeye follows
6 "Popeye's Pep-Up Emporium" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Jack Kinney Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Noel Tucker  
Popeye subjects Olive and Wimpy to rugged exercise drills
7 "Bird Watcher Popeye" Harvey Toombs Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
Olive coerces Popeye to take up bird watching
8 "Time Marches Backwards" Hugh Fraser Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
9 "Popeye's Pet Store" Rudy Larriva Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Noel Tucker  
10 "Ballet de Spinach" Ken Hultgren Ken Hultgren Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Vern Jorgensen
and Ken Hultgren
 
11 "Sea Hagracy" Ken Hultgren Ken Hultgren Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Vern Jorgensen
and Ken Hultgren
 
12 "Spinach Shortage" Alan Zaslove Jack Kinney Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Bruce Bushman  
Brutus corners the spinach market
13 "Popeye and the Dragon" Ken Hultgren Raymond Jacobs Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Robert Givens  
14 "Popeye the Fireman" Rudy Larriva Joe Grant and Walter Schmidt Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Jerry Nevius  
15 "Popeye's Pizza Palace" Eddie Rehberg Eddie Rehberg Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Noel Tucker  
Brutus insists on ordering a tamale pizza
16 "Down the Hatch" Alan Zaslove Jack Kinney Rosemary O'Connor and Boris Gorelick Robert Givens  
17 "Lighthouse Keeping" Eddie Rehberg Eddie Rehberg Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Eddie Rehberg  
18 "Popeye and the Phantom" Ken Hultgren Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Vern Jorgensen
and Ken Hultgren
 
Popeye and Olive gets into a struggle with a mischievous shape-shifting ghost
19 "Popeye's Picnic" Osmond Evans Osmond Evans Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Bruce Bushman  
20 "Out of This World" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Robert Givens  
21 "Madam Salami" Harvey Toombs Tony Benedict Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Raymond Jacobs  
Brutus disguises himself as the title character, a fortune teller
22 "Timber Toppers" Osmond Evans Noel Tucker Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Noel Tucker  
23 "Skyscraper Capers" Rudy Larriva Nick George Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Robert Givens  
24 "Private Eye Popeye" Rudy Larriva Raymond Jacobs Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Jerry Nevius  

Note: This episode is also the name of a 1954 Popeye theatrical cartoon
25 "Little Olive Riding Hood" Harvey Toombs Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Connie Matthews Robert Givens  

Note: Take-off on Little Red Riding Hood
26 "Popeye's Hypnotic Glance" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Noel Tucker  
27 "Popeye's Trojan Horse" Ken Hultgren Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Ken Hultgren  
28 "Frozen Feuds" Eddie Rehberg Eddie Rehberg Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Eddie Rehberg  
After Alaska becomes the 49th state, a senator promises to rid his constituency of a wandering Goon
29 "Popeye's Corn-Certo" Eddie Rehberg Joe Siracusa and Cliff Millsap Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Raymond Jacobs  
30 "Westward Ho-Ho" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
31 "Popeye's Cool Pool" Rudy Larriva Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Jerry Nevius  
Popeye digs a swimming pool for Olive and Swee'pea
32 "Jeep Jeep" Ken Hultgren Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Ken Hultgren  
33 "Popeye's Museum Piece" Eddie Rehberg Carol Beers and Ruben Apodaca Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Raymond Jacobs  
34 "Golf Brawl" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Jack Kinney Jules Engel Robert Givens  
35 "Wimpy's Lunch Wagon" Volus Jones W Schmidt Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
36 "Weather Watchers" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Raymond Jacobs Jules Engel and Connie Matthews Noel Tucker  
37 "Popeye and the Magic Hat" Ken Hultgren Osmond Evans Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Ken Hultgren  
38 "Popeye and the Giant" Hugh Fraser Noel Tucker Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Noel Tucker  
Brutus feeds Wimpy growth pills causing him to grow to freakish proportions
39 "Hill-Billy-Dilly" Harvey Toombs Wesley Bennett Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Jerry Nevius  
40 "Pest of the Pecos" Harvey Toombs Raymond Jacobs Raymond Jacobs and Vern Jorgensen Raymond Jacobs  
41 "The Blubbering Whaler" Ken Hultgren Raymond Jacobs Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Noel Tucker  
42 "Popeye and the Spinach Stalk" Ken Hultgren Jack Miller Jules Engel and Connie Matthews Ken Hultgren  

Note: Take-off on Jack and the Beanstalk
43 "Shoot the Chutes" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Jerry Nevius  
44 "Tiger Burger" Harvey Toombs Cal Howard Rosemary O'Connor Jerry Nevius  
45 "Bottom Gun" Rudy Larriva Raymond Jacobs Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
46 "Olive Drab and the Seven
Sweapeas"
Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Jack Miller Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Noel Tucker  

Note: Take-off on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
47 "Blinkin Beacon" Eddie Rehberg Eddie Rehberg Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Raymond Jacobs  
48 "Aztec Wreck" Hugh Fraser Warren Bennett Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
49 "The Green Dancin' Shoes" Ken Hultgren Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Jerry Nevius  
Olive puts on the title's objects and can't stop dancing
50 "Spare Dat Tree" Ken Hultgren Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Ken Hultgren  
51 "The Glad Gladiator" Eddie Rehberg Cal Howard Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
52 "The Golden Touch" Eddie Rehberg Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Jerry Nevius  
53 "Hamburger Fishing" Harvey Toombs Ed Nofziger Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
54 "Popeye the Popular Mechanic" Hugh Fraser Joe Grant and Walter Schmidt Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Jerry Nevius  
55 "Popeye's Folly" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Raymond Jacobs Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
56 "Popeye's Used Car" Hugh Fraser Milt Schaffer Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Jerry Nevius  
57 "Spinachonara" Harvey Toombs Jack Kinney Ervin L Kaplan Jerry Nevius  
58 "Popeye and the Polite Dragon" Rudy Larriva Joe Grant and Walter Schmidt Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Jerry Nevius  
A dragon magically pops out of a storybook that Popeye is reading to Swee'pea
59 "Popeye the Ugly Ducklin" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Noel Tucker  

Note: Take-off on The Ugly Duckling
60 "Popeye's Tea Party" Hugh Fraser Jim Rivind Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
61 "The Troll Wot Got Gruff" Volus Jones and
Ed Friedman
Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Noel Tucker  

Note: Take-off on The Three Billy Goats Gruff
62 "Popeye the Lifeguard" Harvey Toombs Milt Schaffer Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
Olive is jealous of the attention Popeye gets as a lifeguard
63 "Popeye in the Woods" Eddie Rehberg Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Raymond Jacobs  
64 "After the Ball Went Over" Eddie Rehberg Eddie Rehberg Rosemary O'Connor Raymond Jacobs  
Popeye tries to outsmart Brutus at table tennis
65 "Popeye and Buddy Brutus" Rudy Larriva Jack Kinney Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Jerry Nevius  
66 "Popeye's Car Wash" Harvey Toombs Harvey Toombs Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Raymond Jacobs  
After Brutus toys with Popeye's car-washing equipment and ruins Olive's car, she goes over to Brutus' car wash but gets trapped in his clutches
67 "Camel Aires" Hugh Fraser Carol Beers Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Raymond Jacobs  
68 "Plumbers Pipe Dream" Hal Ambro Raymond Jacobs Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
Popeye tries to fix a leak in Olive's apartment
69 "Popeye and the Herring
Snatcher"
Eddie Rehberg Joe Grant and Walter Schmidt Jules Engel and Boris Gorelick Raymond Jacobs  
Popeye runs afoul of a fish thief
70 "Invisible Popeye" Hugh Fraser Dennis Fraser Ervin L Kaplan Raymond Jacobs  
71 "The Square Egg" Rudy Larriva Rosemary O'Connor Rosemary O'Connor Noel Tucker  
72 "Old Salt Tale" Hugh Fraser Ed Nofziger Ervin L Kaplan Noel Tucker  
Popeye fancifully explains to Swee'pea why the ocean is salty
73 "Jeep Tale" Rudy Larriva Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Raymond Jacobs  

Note: Take-off on Peter Rabbit
74 "The Super Duper Market" Ed Friedman Tom Hix Ervin L Kaplan Jerry Nevius  
Brutus's store is so big one man gets lost in it for 15 years
75 "Golden-Type Fleece" Ken Hultgren Ed Nofziger Boris Gorelick Noel Tucker  
Popeye and company in ancient Greek roles
76 "Popeye the White Collar Man" Rudy Larriva Joe Grant and Walter Schmidt Ervin L Kaplan Raymond Jacobs  
77 "Sweapea Thru the Looking
Glass"
TBA TBA TBA TBA  

Note: Take-off on Alice Through the Looking Glass
78 "The Black Knight" Ken Hultgren Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Vern Jorgensen Ken Hultgren  
79 "Jingle Jangle Jungle" Ken Hultgren Ed Nofziger Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Ken Hultgren  
80 "The Day Silky Went Blozo" Hugh Fraser Joseph Stewart and Jack Kinney Peggy Morrow Ray Jacobs  
81 "Rip Van Popeye" Ken Hultgren Joe Grant and Walter Schmidt Ervin L Kaplan Jerry Nevius and
Raymond Jacobs
 
82 "Mississippi Sissy" Hugh Fraser Jack Kinney and Ed Nofziger Ervin L Kaplan Raymond Jacobs  
Popeye, Olive, Brutus and Wimpy participate in a riverboat mystery
83 "Double Cross Country Feet
Race"
Hugh Fraser Ralph Wright Ervin L Kaplan Raymond Jacobs  
Popeye and Brutus compete in a foot race for a date with Olive
84 "Fashion Fotography" Phil Duncan Ed Nofziger Ervin L Kaplan Raymond Jacobs  
Olive wants to be a fashion model
85 "I Yam Wot I Yamnesia" Ken Hultgren Ralph Wright Boris Gorelick Jerry Nevius  
Popeye and Swee'pea, and Olive and Wimpy switch personalities the result of amnesia
86 "Paper Pasting Pandemonium" Rudy Larriva Ed Nofziger Ervin L Kaplan Raymond Jacobs  
Popeye and Brutus are given one hour to paper Olive's house before company arrives
87 "Coach Popeye" Volus Jones Jack Kinney Bob McIntosh Raymond Jacobs  
88 "Popeyed Columbus" TBA TBA TBA TBA  
89 "Popeye Revere" Ken Hultgren Noel Tucker Ervin L Kaplan Raymond Jacobs  
90 "Popeye in Haweye" Hugh Fraser Raymond Jacobs Peggy Morrow Ray Jacobs  
Rival tour guides Popeye and Brutus vie for Olive's business in Hawaii
91 "Forever Ambergris" Eddie Rehberg Ralph Wright Ervin L Kaplan Jerry Nevius  
92 "Popeye De Leon" TBA TBA TBA TBA  
As Juan Ponce de Leon, Popeye fends off a "crocagator" and guards the Fountain of Youth
93 "Popeyed Fisherman" Murray McClennan Jack Kinney Bob McIntosh Jerry Nevius  
94 "Popeye in the Grand
Steeplechase"
Harvey Toombs Carol Beers Ervin L Kaplan Raymond Jacobs  
Popeye and Brutus compete in a horse race
95 "Uncivil War" Volus Jones Jerry Nevius Ervin L Kaplan Raymond Jacobs  
96 "Popeye the Piano Mover" Rudy Larriva Joe Grant and Walter Schmidt Jules Engel and Rosemary O'Connor Jerry Nevius  
97 "Popeye's Testimonial Dinner" Volus Jones Jerry Nevius Ervin L Kaplan Raymond Jacobs  
98 "Around the World in Eighty
Ways"
Harvey Toombs Ralph Wright Peggy Morrow Raymond Jacobs  
99 "Popeye's Fixit Shop" Hugh Fraser Ralph Wright Peggy Morrow Raymond Jacobs  
100 "Bell Hop Popeye" Harvey Toombs Cal Howard Peggy Morrow Raymond Jacobs  
101 "Barbecue for Two" TBA Dick Kinney and Al Bertino TBA Bruce Bushman  
Popeye clashes with uninvited Brutus, Wimpy and Swee'pea over a barbecue
Note: This episode uses the Famous Studios opening music

Paramount Cartoon Studiosedit

No Title Story by Animated by Scenics by Original air date
1 "Hits and Missiles" TBA TBA TBA  
Popeye must rescue cheese denizens of the moon
Note: This episode uses the Famous Studios opening music
2 "Seer-ring Is Believer-ring" I Klein I Klein, Jack Ehret, and Dick Hall Anton Loeb  
Olive purchases a ring that belongs of a mystic
3 "The Ghost Host" Seymour Kneitel Morey Reden, Jack Ehret, and I Klein Anton Loeb  
4 "Strikes, Spares an' Spinach" Seymour Kneitel Wm B Pattengill and I Klein Anton Loeb  
Popeye tries to teach Olive bowling, but Brutus keeps messing them up
5 "Jeep Is Jeep" I Klein Morey Reden, I Klein, and Wm B Pattengill Anton Loeb  
6 "The Spinach Scholar" Seymour Kneitel Morey Reden, Irving Dressler, and Jack Ehret Anton Loeb  
Olive insists that the illiterate, uneducated Popeye enroll in Grammar School
7 "Psychiatricks" Seymour Kneitel Morey Reden, Irving Dressler, and Wm B Pattengill Anton Loeb  
Brutus tricks Popeye into a psychology session
8 "Rags to Riches to Rags" Seymour Kneitel Morey Reden, Jack Ehret, I Klein, and Wm B Pattengill Anton Loeb  
Wimpy inherits a fortune and tries to double it by betting that Popeye will lose an upcoming fight
9 "Hair Cut-Ups" Seymour Kneitel Morey Reden, Irving Dressler, and Wm B Pattengill Anton Loeb  
10 "Poppa Popeye" Seymour Kneitel Nick Tafuri, Jack Ehret, and I Klein Anton Loeb  
After losing Swee'pea to a circus performer, who passed himself off as Swee'pea's long-lost dad, Popeye goes through so much depression he starts to act like a baby
11 "Quick Change Olie" I Klein Martin Taras, Gerry Dvorak, Jack Ehret, and Dick Hall Anton Loeb  
Popeye and Wimpy go back in time to the "ollie days" thanks to the Whiffle Bird
12 "Valley of the Goons" Seymour Kneitel Martin Taras, Gerry Dvorak, Al Pross, and Sam Stimson Anton Loeb  
Popeye must help the Goons when their island is attacked by pirates
13 "Me Quest for Poopdeck Pappy" Seymour Kneitel Nick Tafuri, Wm B Pattengill, Jack Ehret, and Sam Stimson Anton Loeb  
Popeye seeks his long-lost father
14 "Moby Hick" I Klein Morey Reden, Irving Dressler, I Klein, and Wm B Pattengill Anton Loeb  
The Sea Hag tricks Popeye into attacking a benevolent whale
15 "Mirror Magic" Seymour Kneitel Martin Taras, Dante Barbetta, Dick Hall, William Henning, and Al Pross Anton Loeb  
A fairy-tale kingdom is ruled by the land's strongest man, ruthless King Brutus, but his magic mirror informs him of a potential challenger in Popeye
16 "It Only Hurts When They Laughs" Seymour Kneitel Morey Reden, Irving Dressler, and I Klein Anton Loeb  
Olive forces Popeye and Brutus to laugh their way to friendship
17 "Wimpy the Moocher" Seymour Kneitel Morey Reden, I Klein, and Wm B Pattengill Anton Loeb  
Wimpy pulls off an audacious con on short order cook Rough House
18 "Voo-Doo to You Too" Seymour Kneitel Martin Taras, Gerry Dvorak, Dick Hall, and I Klein Anton Loeb  
The Sea Hag turns Olive into a zombie and freezes Popeye with a voodoo doll
19 "Popeye Goes Sale-ing" Seymour Kneitel Nick Tafuri, Irving Dressler, Dick Hall, and Wm B Pattengill Anton Loeb  
Olive drags Popeye into a nasty department store sale
20 "Popeye's Travels" Seymour Kneitel Nick Tafuri, Irving Dressler, Jack Ehret, and I Klein Anton Loeb  

Note: Take-off on Gulliver's Travels
21 "Incident at Missile City" Howard A Schneider Morey Reden, Irving Dressler, and I Klein Anton Loeb  
King Blozo's kingdom comes under attack from a city of missiles
22 "Dog Catcher Popeye" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Martin Taras, Irving Dressler, Gerry Dvorak, and Jack Ehret Anton Loeb  
23 "What's News" Seymour Kneitel Nick Tafuri, Irving Dressler, I Klein, and Sam Stimson Robert Owen  
Popeye and Olive open a newspaper in a small desert town
24 "Spinach Greetings" Seymour Kneitel Morey Reden, Irving Dressler, Jack Ehret, and Al Pross Anton Loeb  
The Sea Hag, and her vulture Bernard, kidnap Santa Claus
25 "Oil's Well That Ends Well" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Martin Taras, Irving Dressler, Jack Ehret, and Jim Logan Anton Loeb  
Brutus cons Olive into purchasing a seemingly dry oil well
26 "Motor Knocks" Al Pross Nick Tafuri, Irving Dressler, William Henning, and I Klein Anton Loeb  
Brutus keeps flirting with Olive, while "fixing" Popeye's car
27 "Amusement Park" Howard A Schneider Morey Reden, Jack Ehret, and William Henning Anton Loeb  
Freak show operator Brutus abducts Swee'pea
28 "Duel to the Finish" Seymour Kneitel Wm B Pattengill, Dante Barbetta, William Henning, and Al Pross Anton Loeb  
Popeye gets extremely jealous when Wimpy starts sweet-talking Olive
29 "Gem Jam" I Klein Wm B Pattengill, Irving Dressler, and I Klein Anton Loeb  
The Sea Hag entraps Olive with a cursed perfume which turns her to a gem thief
30 "The Bathing Beasts" Irving Dressler Martin Taras, Dick Hall, and Jim Logan Robert Owen  
Olive tricks Brutus and Popeye into a bathing contest
31 "Messin' Up the Mississippi" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Morey Reden, Gerry Dvorak, and I Klein Anton Loeb  
32 "Love Birds" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Wm B Pattengill, Dick Hall, and Al Pross Anton Loeb  
Popeye buys a male bluebird named Romeo, for Olive's pet bluebird Juliet After the birds have a heated argument, Romeo flies away, and Popeye must find him before Olive makes him fly away
33 "Sea Serpent" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Morey Reden, Dick Hall, I Klein, and Sam Stimson Anton Loeb  
34 "Boardering on Trouble" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Wm B Pattengill, Gerry Dvorak, Dick Hall, and Jim Logan Anton Loeb  
35 "Aladdin's Lamp" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Martin Taras, Gerry Dvorak, Jim Logan, and Larry Silverman Anton Loeb  
The Sea Hag acquires a magic lamp
36 "Butler Up" I Klein Morey Reden, Gerry Dvorak, William Henning, and I Klein Anton Loeb  
Olive's old friend Brutus comes over for a reunion dinner, and she wants Popeye to be their butler
37 "The Leprechaun" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Morey Reden, William Henning, Al Pross, and Larry Silverman Anton Loeb  
The Sea Hag steals Irish gold
38 "County Fair" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Martin Taras, Dante Barbetta, Dick Hall, and Jim Logan Robert Little  
39 "Hamburgers Aweigh" Joseph Gottlieb Martin Taras, Jim Logan, and Larry Silverman Anton Loeb  
The Sea Hag hypnotises Wimpy into hijacking Popeye's ship
40 "Popeye's Double Trouble" Joseph Gottlieb Wm B Pattengill, George Germanetti, Larry Silverman, and Sam Stimson Anton Loeb  
Popeye takes the Sea Hag's good luck coin and uses it's wishing powers to take Olive out to a dancing competition The Sea Hag holds Olive hostage, and disguises as her, so she can go with Popeye, and dance the coin out of him
41 "Kiddie Kapers" Joseph Gottlieb Morey Reden, Dick Hall, I Klein, and Larry Silverman Anton Loeb  
A potion created by the Sea Hag turns Brutus into an attractive young man, and he uses it to impress and woo Olive After Popeye sees through Brutus's attractiveness, he uses the same potion, but it turns him into a baby
42 "The Mark of Zero" Irving Dressler Wm B Pattengill, Dick Hall, and Sam Stinson Anton Loeb  
Popeye tells his niece Diesel a story about a swashbuckling swordsman
43 "Myskery Melody" Seymour Kneitel Martin Taras, Gerry Dvorak, George Germanetti, and Jim Logan Robert Owen  
Poopdeck Pappy is hypnotized by a haunting flute melody
44 "Scairdy Cat" Joseph Gottlieb Irving Dressler, Dante Barbetta, and Dick Hall Robert Owen  
Brutus creates a perfume that turns Popeye into a frightened, defenseless weakling
45 "Operation Ice-Tickle" Joseph Gottlieb Martin Taras, Gerry Dvorak, and Jim Logan Robert Owen  
After yet another argument between Popeye and Brutus, Olive decides to hold a contest; the first one who brings her the North Pole will go out with her
46 "The Cure" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Martin Taras, George Germanetti, and Larry Silverman Robert Owen  
47 "William Won't Tell" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
I Klein, George Germanetti, William Henning, and Sam Stimson Anton Loeb  
A takeoff of William Tell
48 "Pop Goes the Whistle" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Irving Dressler, Gerry Dvorak, Jack Ehret, and George Germanetti Anton Loeb  
49 "Autographically Yours" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Morey Reden, Jack Ehret, George Germanetti, and Sam Stimson Anton Loeb  
Popeye and Brutus compete for the affection of a young movie fan in a remake of Shootin' Stars
50 "A Poil for Olive Oyl" Joseph Gottlieb Wm B Pattengill, Dante Barbetta, Irving Dressler, and William Henning Anton Loeb  
Popeye wants to give Olive a stylish necklace, but the one she wants from a jewelry store costs too much Popeye decides to make her one by diving into the sea to use the pearls from clams However, the pearls belong to the Sea Hag, and she tries to stop him
51 "My Fair Olive" Joseph Gottlieb Martin Taras, Gerry Dvorak, John Gentilella, and George Germanetti Anton Loeb  
Popeye and Brutus compete in a medieval joust to win Olive's affection
52 "Giddy Gold" I Klein I Klein, John Gentilella, and George Germanetti Robert Owen  
The Wiffle Bird turns the Tunnel of Love into a gold mine, and Olive decides to loot them all, but she and Popeye must pass through three dangerous situations, if they are to leave with their treasure
53 "Strange Things Are Happening" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Irving Dressler, William Henning, and Sam Stimson Anton Loeb  
54 "The Medicine Man" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Morey Reden, Dante Barbetta, John Gentilella, and Dick Hall Anton Loeb  
55 "The Rain Breaker" I Klein Nick Tafuri, Irving Dressler, William Henning, and Sam Stimson Anton Loeb  
56 "A Mite of Trouble" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Martin Taras, Gerry Dvorak, George Germanetti, and Jim Logan Anton Loeb  
57 "Who's Kiddin' Zoo" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Morey Reden, Irving, Dressler, George Germanetti, and I Klein Anton Loeb  
Olive makes Popeye her assistant at a zoo, and Brutus tries to mess up Popeye's work
58 "Robot Popeye" Seymour Kneitel Wm B Pattengill, Gerry Dvorak, Jim Logan, and Al Pross Anton Loeb  
Brutus builds a robot double of Popeye to ruin his relationship with Olive
59 "Sneaking Peeking" I Klein Wm B Pattengill, Dick Hall, William Henning, and Jim Logan Anton Loeb  
To stop Swee'Pea from peaking at birthday presents, Olive tells him of a princess whose own habit unleashes a malicious genie
60 "The Wiffle Bird's Revenge" I Klein Wm B Pattengill, Dick Hall, Al Pross, and Larry Silverman Anton Loeb  
The Whiffle Bird turns Wimpy into a vicious werewolf
61 "Going Boing Gone" Joseph Gottlieb Morey Reden, George Germanetti, I Klein, and Wm B Pattengill Anton Loeb  
Wimpy uses vanishing cream to escape Brutus
62 "Popeye Thumb" Seymour Kneitel Martin Taras, Irving Dressler, I Klein, and Jim Logan Anton Loeb  

Note: Take-off on the fairy tale Tom Thumb
63 "The Baby Contest" Carl Meyer and
Jack Mercer
Morey Reden, Irving Dressler, Jack Ehret, I Klein, and Al Pross Anton Loeb  

VHSedit

In the late 1990s, the Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits restaurant franchise released most of the 1960s cartoons on VHS in the Popeye Cartoon Video Collection Series promotional line Each video in the series featured one promotional segment for Popeyes showing video footage of its fried chicken, biscuits and other products followed by the 1960s Popeye cartoons After the cartoons, the second segment for Popeyes and two bonus cartoons were also featured

DVDedit

In 2004, Family Home Entertainment released the four 1960s cartoons on the DVD release of Popeye's Voyage: The Quest for Pappy The shorts included "Spinach Greetings" Classic Christmas Episode, "Popeye in the Grand Steeple Chase", "Valley of the Goons", and "William Won't Tell" 85 of the 1960s Popeye cartoons were released on DVD by Koch Vision in a three-disc DVD set entitled Popeye's 75th Anniversary

Warner Archive Collection will re-release the cartoons The first volume was released on May 7, 2013 Most of the cartoons to be released were produced by Paramount Cartoon Studios,6 which are included in the first volume As of 2016, no further volumes have been released

Broadcasting historyedit

  • United States
    • ABC

International broadcastsedit

See alsoedit

  • Popeye
  • List of Popeye the Sailor theatrical cartoons Fleischer Studios 1933–1942
  • List of Popeye the Sailor theatrical cartoons Famous Studios 1942–1957
  • The All-New Popeye Hour 1978 – 1983, CBS; produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions
  • Popeye and Son 1987, CBS; produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions
  • The Popeye Show 2001 – 2003, Cartoon Network

Referencesedit

  1. ^ Popeye: An Illustrated Cultural History, 2d ed - Fred M Grandinetti - Google Books
  2. ^ http://wwwrapportoconfidenzialeorg/p=10186
  3. ^ "Il SecoloXIX" Milsecoloxixit Retrieved 2015-09-17 
  4. ^ a b c Tom Kenny, Jerry Beck, Frank Caruso, Glenn Mitchell 2007 Popeye the Sailor: 1933–1938, Volume 1 Special Features: I Yam What I Yam: The Story of Popeye the Sailor DVD Warner Home Video 
  5. ^ a b c Ian "Retrieved on April 27, 2009" Straightdopecom Retrieved July 14, 2009 
  6. ^ "Warner Archive Revives Spirit of Saturday Morning Cartoons" Home Media Magazine 2013-04-05 Retrieved 2015-09-17 

External linksedit

  • Hearst Entertainment's official page for the series Identified as both "Original Popeye" and "Classic Popeye"
  • Popeye the Sailor on Internet Movie Database


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