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ALL-NEW POPEYE
POPEYE
BLUTO
OLIVE OYL
KING FEATURES
JACK MERCER
POPEYE COMIC
COMIC STRIP
RADIO PROGRAM
PARAMOUNT
DAILY
RUBBING
SPINACH
THEATRICAL RELEASE
GREEK
THIMBLE THEATRE
STRIP CHARACTER
SOUTH KOREA
CARTOON NETWORK
COLOR
ACTORS
KIDNAPPED
VOICE POPEYE
REGULAR
INTERFACE
FLEISCHER
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Definitions

  1. Popeye - The cartoon character Popeye the Sailor has been immortalized in statue in two cities in America.
  2. Popeye is an independent sailor with a unique way of speaking, muscular forearms, and an ever-present corncob pipe.
  3. Popeye was also given more family exclusive to the shorts, specifically his lookalike nephews, Pipeye, Pupeye, Poopeye, and Peepeye.
  4. Popeye is the adoptive father of Swee'Pea, an infant foundling left on his doorstep.
  5. Popeye was saddled with 4 nephews a la Donald Duck.
  6. Popeye was first featured in a Betty Boop cartoon and stole the show.
  7. Popeye was simply a bit player in a single storyline in the Thimble Theater newspaper comic strip, whose charisma saw him eventually take over the strip.
  8. Popeye is a 1980 live-action film directed by Robert Altman, based on the comic strip and cartoon character Popeye the Sailor.
  9. Popeye was created by Elzie Segar who passed away in 1938.

All-New Popeye

  1. The All-New Popeye Hour ran on CBS until September 1981, when it was cut to a half-hour and retitled The Popeye and Olive Show.
  2. For many decades, viewers could only see a majority of the classic Popeye cartoons with altered opening and closing credits.
  3. In the UK, the BBC aired a half-hour version of The All-New Popeye Show, from the early-1980s to 2004.
  4. For example, George Wildman drew Popeye stories for Charlton Comics from 1969 until the late 1970s.

Popeye

  1. It was for this short that Sammy Lerner's famous "I'm Popeye the Sailor Man" song was written.
  2. One of Popeye's catchphrases is "I yam what I yam, and that's all that I yam," which may be seen as an expression of individualism.
  3. Songwriter Sammy Lerner composed a theme song, "I'm Popeye the Sailor Man", for the first Popeye cartoon, which became forever associated with the sailor.
  4. In 1960, King Features Syndicate commissioned a new series of Popeye cartoons, but this time for television syndication.
  5. The animated shorts attributed Popeye's strength to what condition he was in.
  6. Castor Oyl continued to come up with get-rich-quick schemes and enlisted Popeye in his misadventures.

Bluto

  1. In the short story "The Previous Adventures of Popeye the Sailor," writer Jim Ruland imagines Popeye's life before he met Olive Oyl.
  2. If Bluto hit Popeye on the head with his mallet or Popeye failed to catch an object three times, the game would end.
  3. The character of Popeye was originally voiced by William "Billy" Costello, also known as "Red Pepper Sam".
  4. Ostensibly a Betty Boop cartoon, this actually featured Popeye.
  5. Animator Seymour Kneitel and writer Isadore Sparber became directors and worked on Popeye and a "Little Lulu" series.

Olive Oyl

  1. The game featured Popeye on a boat, and the aim was to catch bottles, pineapples and spinach cans thrown by Olive Oyl while trying to avoid Bluto's boat.
  2. A villain, usually Bluto, made a move on Popeye's "sweetie", Olive Oyl.
  3. The Nintendo arcade game Donkey Kong was originally to feature Popeye as the hero, Bluto as the villain and Olive Oyl as the damsel in distress.

King Features

  1. King Features instead opted to release a DVD boxed set of the 1960s made-for-television Popeye cartoons, which it retained the rights to, in 2004.
  2. However, UA was informed by King Features Syndicate that only King Features had the legal right to release Popeye cartoons on video.
  3. Since King Features had exclusive rights to these Popeye cartoons, about half of them were released on DVD as a 75th anniversary Popeye boxed set in 2004.

Jack Mercer

  1. Mae Questel, who was also the voice of Olive Oyl -- and, while Jack Mercer was in the service during World War II, Popeye.
  2. Maurice LaMarche performed Popeye's voice; Jack Mercer had died in 1984.

Popeye Comic

  1. In 1995, the Popeye comic strip was one of 20 included in the Comic Strip Classics series of commemorative U.S. postage stamps.
  2. While Swee'Pea is definitively the adopted child of Popeye in the comic strips, he is often depicted as being related to Olive Oyl in cartoons.
  3. Popeye (Thimble Theatre) A Popeye comic book cover, featuring Popeye with his characteristic corncob pipe and single good eye, and his girlfriend Olive Oyl.

Comic Strip

  1. Swee'Pea is a character in E.C. Segar 's comic strip Thimble Theatre and in the " Popeye " cartoon series derived from it.
  2. Thanks to the film series, Popeye became even more of a sensation than he had in comic strips.

Radio Program

  1. Popeye and most of the major supporting cast members were also featured in a thrice-weekly 15-minute radio program named Popeye the Sailor.
  2. The Popeye radio program was broadcast over three different networks by two sponsors from 1935 to 1938.
  3. Nintendo created a Popeye video game based on the characters in 1982.

Paramount

  1. With the exception of the Superman and Popeye cartoons, Paramount's cartoon library was originally sold to a company called U M & M Corp.
  2. In 1935, Paramount added to Popeye's popularity by sponsoring the "Popeye Club" as part of their Saturday matin-e program.

Daily

  1. Today drawn by Hy Eisman, Popeye continues to appear in first-run strips in Sunday papers (daily Popeye strips are reruns of older strips).
  2. Reprints Popeye the Sailor, Nostalgia Press, 1971, reprints three daily stories from 1936.

Rubbing

  1. Originally, the comic-strip Popeye revealed that he had gained his strength by rubbing the head of the rare Whiffle Hen.
  2. Weeks later, on the trip back, Popeye was shot many times by a stooge of Fadewell's but survived by rubbing Bernice's head.

Spinach

  1. Everything from soap to razor blades to spinach was available with Popeye's likeness on it.
  2. Punching a can of spinach gave Popeye a brief chance to strike back at Bluto.
  3. The bad guy then clobbered Popeye until Popeye ate spinach, giving him superhuman strength.
  4. Pappy calls to Popeye and tells him that if he ate spinach, he wouldn't be losing.

Theatrical Release

  1. On November 6, 2007, Lionsgate Entertainment will re-release Popeye---s Voyage on DVD with redesigned cover art.
  2. Warner Home Video announced it would release all of the Popeye cartoons produced for theatrical release between 1933 and 1957 on DVD, restored and uncut.
  3. Swabs (1957) brought theatrical release of Popeye films to a close.
  4. One hundred and thirty five "Popeye" cartoons were restored and the program aired without interruption until March of 2004.

Greek

  1. The 1954 Popeye cartoon Greek Mirthology depicts the fictional origin of spinach consumption in Popeye's family.
  2. Popeye's Greek ancestor, Hercules, originally sniffed garlic to gain his supernatural powers.

Thimble Theatre

  1. Popeye began as a character in Elzie Segar's daily strip, Thimble Theatre .
  2. In the 1950s, a spinoff strip was established, called Popeye the Sailorman.
  3. Tom Sims, the son of a Coosa River channel-boat captain, continued writing Thimble Theatre strips and established the Popeye the Sailorman spin-off.
  4. Though initial strips presented Olive Oyl as being less than impressed with Popeye, she eventually left Ham Gravy to become Popeye's girlfriend.
  5. Thimble Theatre, carried on after Segar's 1938 death by artists such as Bud Sagendorf, was renamed Popeye in the 1970s.

Strip Character

  1. January 17 - Popeye, a comic strip character created by Elzie Crisler Segar, makes his debut.
  2. Popeye first appeared in the strip on January 17, 1929 as a minor character.
  3. Popeye the Sailor is a comic strip character, later featured in popular animated cartoons.
  4. London's strips put Popeye and his friends in updated situations, but kept the spirit of Segar's original.
  5. The Popeye character became so popular that he was given a larger role, and the strip was expanded into many more newspapers as a result.

South Korea

  1. Popeye fans attend from across the globe, including a visit by a film crew from South Korea in 2004.
  2. The black-and-white Popeye shorts were shipped to South Korea in 1985, where artists retraced them into color.
  3. One historian believes Popeye was inspired from Frank "Rocky" Fiegel [7], a man who was handy with his fists during Segar's youth in Chester, Illinois.

Cartoon Network

  1. In 2001, the Cartoon Network, under the supervision of animation historian Jerry Beck, created a new incarnation of The Popeye Show.
  2. The Popeye Show continued to air on Cartoon Network's spin-off network Boomerang until July 1, 2007.

Color

  1. Among these cartoons are a handful of the Fleischer black and whites, several 1950s Famous shorts, and all three Popeye Color Specials.
  2. It will include the final color Popeye special Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp.

Actors

  1. Both actors performed Popeye's gravelly voice in a similar style.
  2. The series, which aired 135 Popeye shorts over forty-five episodes, also featured segments offering trivia about the characters, voice actors, and animators.

Kidnapped

  1. She constantly gets kidnapped by Bluto (aka Brutus) who is Popeye's rival for her affections but Popeye always rescues her.
  2. When Swee'Pea is kidnapped, Popeye and Olive Oyl go looking for him.

Voice Popeye

  1. Billy West performed the voice of Popeye; after the first day of recording, his throat was so sore he had to return to his hotel room and drink honey.
  2. Midway (under the Bally label) released Popeye Saves the Earth, a SuperPin pinball game, in 1994.
  3. In 2001, Popeye (along with Bluto, Olive, and twin Wimpys) appeared in a television commercial for Minute Maid Orange Juice.
  4. The voice of Popeye is performed by Jack Mercer, with Margie Hines as Olive Oyl and Carl Meyer as the evil vizier.
  5. Eventually Popeye and Olive are brought together when they find Swee'Pea, an adorable foundling.

Regular

  1. I Yam What I Yam became the first entry in the regular Popeye the Sailor series.
  2. Popeye cartoons, including a sing-a-long special entitled Let's Sing With Popeye, were a regular part of the weekly meetings.

Interface

  1. Popeye Windows Shell is freeware Windows interface for Popeye written by Christian Mathes, it has only German interface.
  2. It is basically Windows interface for Popeye, it can read his own file format but also Problemiste (PBM) format.

Fleischer

  1. Over at the Fleischer studios, Popeye the Sailor joined the Navy and began fighting Nazis and "Japs"; while the Warner Bros.
  2. Fleischer Studios produced 108 Popeye cartoons, 105 of them in black and white.
  3. Popeye eventually became the most popular series the Fleischers ever produced, and its success rivaled that of Walt Disney 's Mickey Mouse cartoons.
  4. This Popeye Color Special is also the only one produced at the relocated Fleischer Studios location in Miami, Florida.
  5. Popeye cartoons became the Fleischers' leading attraction.

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