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Title Popeye, the sailor. 1933-1938 [videorecording] / Max Fleischer Cartoon Studio ; King Features Syndicate, Inc. ; animation director, Max Fleischer.

Publication Info. Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, [2007]


Volume Number of Copies Request
DISC 1-4 1 Request this Volume
Edition Authorized edition from the original masters.
Description 4 videodiscs (416 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
two-dimensional moving image tdi rdacontent
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videodisc vd rdacarrier
System Details DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital mono., dual-layer, remastered.
Note Title from container.
Theatrical shorts released between 1933 and 1938.
Contains 60 theatrical shorts.
"Authorized edition from the original masters."
Terms Of Use This DVD is copy protected and may be played only on licensed devices.
Language Closed-captioned, English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Audience Not rated; this collection is intended for the adult collector and may not be suitable for children.
Summary Find Popeye, spindly Olive Oyl, burger opportunist Wimpy, lil' Swee'pea, brooding Bluto, even a pair of rare, full-color, two reel extravaganzas that received top billing in some movie houses. Popeye is in all his muttering, spinach-chomping, Bluto-bashing, crowd-pleasing greatness.
Contents Disc one: Popeye the sailor ; I yam what I yam ; Blow me down! ; I eats my spinach ; Seasin's greetinks! ; Wild elephinks ; Sock-a-bye, baby ; Let's you and him fight ; The man on the flying trapeze ; Can you take it ; Shoein' hosses ; Strong to the finich ; Shiver me timbers! ; Axe me another ; A dream walking -- Disc two: The two-alarm fire ; The dance contest ; We aim to please ; Beware of Barnacle Bill ; Be kind to 'animals' ; Pleased to meet cha! ; The "Hyp-nut-tist" ; Choose yer 'weppins' ; For better or worser ; Dizzy divers ; You gotta be a football hero ; King of the Mardi Gras ; Adventures of Popeye ; The spinach overture ; Vim, vigor and vitaliky -- Disc three: A clean shaven man ; Brotherly love ; I-ski love-ski you-ski ; Bridge ahoy! ; What - no spinach? ; I wanna be a life guard ; Let's get movin' ; Never kick a woman ; Little Swee'pea ; Hold the wire ; The spinach roadster ; Popeye the sailor meets Sindbad the sailor ; I'm in the army now ; The paneless window washer ; Organ grinder's swing -- Disc four: My artistical temperature ; Hospitaliky ; The twisker pitcher ; Morning, noon and nightclub ; Lost and foundry ; I never changes my altitude ; I likes babies and infinks ; The football toucher downer ; Protek the weakerist ; Popeye the sailor meets Ali Baba's forty thieves ; Fowl play ; Let's celebrake ; Learn polikeness ; The house builder-upper ; Big chief Ugh-Amugh-Ugh.
Note Special features: Disc one: Select commentaries on some episodes; "I yam what I yam: the story of Popeye the sailor" documentary; "Mining the strip: Elzie Segar and the Thimble Theatre" popumentary; "Me fickle goyl, Olive Oyl: the world's least likely sex symbol" popumentary; from the vault: 3 Bray Productions/IFC Studio shorts: "Colonel Heeza Liar at the bat" (1915), "Krazy Kat goes a-wooing" (1916) and "Domestic difficulties" (1916); Disc two: Select commentaries on some episodes; "Forging the frame: the roots of animation 1900-1920" documentary; "Wimpy the moocher: ode to the burgermeister" popumentary; "Sailor's hornpipes: the voices of Popeye" popumentary; from the vault: 3 Bray Productions/Sullivan Studio shorts: "Bobby Bumps puts a beanery on the bum" (1918), "Feline follies" (1919) and "The tantalizing fly" (1919) ; Disc three: Select commentaries on some episodes; "Blow me down! The music of Popeye" popumentary; "Popeye in living color: a look at the color two reelers" popumentary; From the vault: 6 'Out of the inkwell' shorts: "Modeling" (1921), "Invisible ink" (1921), "Bubbles" (1922), "Jumping beans" (1922), "Bedtime" (1923) and "Trapped" (1923) ; Disc four: Select commentaries on some episodes; "Me lil' Swee'pea: whose kid is he anyway?" popumentary; "Et tu, Bluto? Cartoondom's heaviest heavy" popumentary; from the vault: 4 'Out of the inkwell'/Fleischer Studio shorts: "A trip to Mars" (1924), "Koko trains 'em" (1925), "Koko back tracks" (1927) and "Let's sing with Popeye" (1933).
Subject Popeye (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
Sailors -- Drama.
Spinach -- Drama.
Bullying -- Drama.
Man-woman relationships -- Drama.
Bullies -- Drama.
Genre/Form Short films.
Animated films.
Comedy films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added Author Fleischer, Max, 1883-1972.
Max Fleischer Cartoon Studio (Firm)
King Features Syndicate.
Warner Home Video (Firm)
Spine Title Popeye, the sailor. Volume one
ISBN 1419851470
Standard No. 012569797963
Music No. 79796 Warner Home Video

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