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New Popeye DVD set: 1933-1938--Outstanding! (vanity)

Posted on 07/31/2007 7:18:09 PM PDT by wolfinator

We just bought the newly remastered Popeye DVD set. If you're a fan, you must see this. It has all the old black and white cartoons from 1933-1938. The clarity is so sharp and the sound is outstanding. Many of the toons have optional commentaries, which really add to the experience.

Strange thing, I guess, is that it's put out by Warner Bros. I didn't know they owned the rights! But bravo to whoever made this happen.


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1 posted on 07/31/2007 7:18:13 PM PDT by wolfinator
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To: wolfinator

Saw this at Comic-Con and it looks great. They gave us a sailor hat to promote the DVD.


2 posted on 07/31/2007 7:21:16 PM PDT by llmc1 ( Duncan Hunter '08)
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To: wolfinator

3 posted on 07/31/2007 7:21:24 PM PDT by TornadoAlley3 ( “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping that it will eat him last.”)
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To: wolfinator

That’s interesting. Commentaries by whom?


4 posted on 07/31/2007 7:22:13 PM PDT by james500
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To: devolve; wolfinator; ntnychik; PhilDragoo; dixiechick2000

I had a great animated gif of Popeye, but he died from eating contaminated spinach so I deleted it, lol.

Not quite in the ‘theme of things’ here!


5 posted on 07/31/2007 7:22:52 PM PDT by potlatch (MIZARU_ooo_‹(•Ώ•)›_ooo_MIKAZARU_ooo_‹(•Ώ•)›_ooo_MAZARU_ooo_‹(•Ώ•)›_ooo_))
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To: wolfinator

see people, its stuff like this that makes bill o reilly hate our freedom.


6 posted on 07/31/2007 7:25:22 PM PDT by Disciplinemisanthropy (...and that, friends, is what grinds my gears.)
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To: wolfinator
Here's more information:


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Read Why...

Popeye - Warner to bring Popeye to DVD

Posted by Gord Lacey
6/07/2006
 
I YAM WHAT I YAM!
WARNER HOME VIDEO OPENS A CAN OF SPINACH AS IT PREPARES TO DISTRIBUTE
POPEYE

The Most Popular "Sailor Man" Comes to DVD in 2007

BURBANK, CA, June 6, 2006 - Warner Home Video (WHV), Hearst Entertainment and King Features Syndicate have reached an agreement for the exclusive worldwide home entertainment distribution of both the classic Popeye theatrical animated shorts and the Popeye made-for-TV animated shorts. The announcement was jointly made by Jeff Brown, WHV Senior Vice President and General Manager TV and Franchise, and T.R. ("Rocky") Shepard III, President of King Features Syndicate.

WHV will be the exclusive worldwide home entertainment distributor for all classic Popeye theatrical and television properties. The new agreement has cleared Warner's home video distribution rights for the original 231 Popeye animated shorts released theatrically by Paramount Pictures between 1933 and 1957. In addition, WHV has licensed the exclusive rights to 220 Popeye made-for-TV animated shorts produced from 1960 to 1962, 65 episodes of The Continuing Adventures of Popeye, produced from 1978 to 1981 (consisting of 161 animated shorts) and 26 Popeye & Son shorts produced in 1987. Warner's first Popeye DVD release is expected to street in 2007.

The theatrical library consists of 120 black & white shorts (106 of these were produced by Fleischer Studios, the remaining 14 were produced by Famous Studios) and 111 Technicolor cartoons (three produced by Fleischer Studios and 108 produced by Famous Studios). Warner Home Video plans to commence preservation and restoration activities immediately.

Regarding the announcement, Brown remarked, "We are extremely excited to bring fans one of the most recognized, iconic characters who has spanned seven decades. Popeye is the only major theatrical franchise in film history that never received a legitimate home video release."

He added, "For years Warner Bros. had been inundated by consumer letters demanding the release of Popeye, an underdog, a hero, a character who always represents good, and WHV is proud to bring this illustrious collection to DVD."

King Features and Popeye go back 77 years, from the minute he walked into Elzie Segar's THIMBLE THEATER comic strip and muttered his famous "D'ja think I'm a cowboy?" line, to his recent primetime CGI special, Popeye has captured the hearts of millions of fans around the world. Shepard said "In all my years at King Features and with the Hearst Corporation, I have yet to experience the enthusiastic outpour of support and love for a dynamic character as I have witnessed with Popeye. That's why I'm thrilled to be able to give the fans a chance to relive some of their favorite Popeye, Bluto, Olive Oyl, Wimpy and Swee' Pea moments on a soon to be released Warner Home Video DVD. Fans can now own, enjoy and share Popeye with many spinach-loving generations to come."

With operations in 90 international territories Warner Home Video, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, commands the largest distribution infrastructure in the global video marketplace. Warner Home Video's film library is the largest of any studio, offering top quality new and vintage titles from the repertoires of Warner Bros. Pictures, Turner Entertainment, Castle Rock Entertainment, HBO Video and New Line Home Entertainment.

King Features Syndicate is a member of Hearst Entertainment and Syndication Group, which combines The Hearst Corporation's cable network partnerships, television programming activities, newspaper syndication, and licensing. King Features Syndicate is the world's premier distributor of comics, syndicated columns, editorial cartoons, puzzles and games. It is also one of the largest licensing agencies in North America representing both classic and new properties such as "Popeye," "Betty Boop," "Krazy Kat," "Dennis the Menace," "David & Goliath" and "Mutts."

 
Link to this page:
http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/newsitem.cfm?NewsID=5804
 
All news for this show:
http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/shownews.cfm?ShowID=3375
 
More info on this show:
Popeye

7 posted on 07/31/2007 7:26:05 PM PDT by aruanan
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To: wolfinator

So where can I get it? How much does it cost and how many cartoons are on the DVD?


8 posted on 07/31/2007 7:26:57 PM PDT by leenie312
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To: wolfinator

Popeye was the best non PC cartoon of all time.....


9 posted on 07/31/2007 7:27:31 PM PDT by Porterville (I'm an American. If you hate Americans, I hope our enemies destroy you. I will pray for my soul.)
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To: james500

The commentaries are by other cartoonists, animators, film historians, and some people connected to Dave Fleischer. Some of them are straight forward information, but a couple are really funny—in particular, one done by a team of Mexican cartoonists, a man and a woman, who do some current thing about a tiger. Sorry, don’t have it in front of me now. But they’re drawing connections between one of the cartoons and a scene from Kill Bill. Really interesting!


10 posted on 07/31/2007 7:27:43 PM PDT by wolfinator
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To: wolfinator

I’ve been wondering since I first saw a commercial for the set, has it been edited to be more PC for our times? I love the old cartoons, but they never show them in their original versions on television.

When I was growing up in SoCal there was a station in LA that played a couple hours of Popeye cartoons on Sunday(?) mornings. The host would draw Popeye characters on a big art pad and tell stories about the history of the cartoons.


11 posted on 07/31/2007 7:29:07 PM PDT by digitalbrownshirt (http://digitalbrownshirt.blogspot.com)
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To: aruanan

links don’t work


12 posted on 07/31/2007 7:29:10 PM PDT by leenie312
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To: leenie312

It’s a 4 disk set and I paid 44.99 at Best Buy.


13 posted on 07/31/2007 7:29:21 PM PDT by wolfinator
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To: wolfinator

Are these the original b&w E.C. Segar cartoons? IIRC they start with the credits displayed on an opening and closing deck doors...


14 posted on 07/31/2007 7:29:25 PM PDT by COBOL2Java (The Democrat Party: radical Islam's last hope)
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To: wolfinator

Last week on a long trip my kid and I listened to a Roger Miller CD. At the end of “Kansas City Star”, he says, “Stay tuned - we got a Popeye cartoon comin’ up in a minute”. Of course, my 17 year-old, in spite of his good tast in music, had no clue who Popeye is. He loves Gordon Lightfoot, too, but that line about “dance all night to the 78s” required a history lesson as well.


15 posted on 07/31/2007 7:29:54 PM PDT by Emmett McCarthy
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To: wolfinator

Wasn’t there some pretty anti-Japanese stuff during the war? Are they going to cut this out or let it be?


16 posted on 07/31/2007 7:30:44 PM PDT by Right Wing Assault ("..this administration is planning a 'Right Wing Assault' on values and ideals.." - John Kerry)
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To: digitalbrownshirt

These are all uncut. There is a disclaimer at the beginning saying how bad racial stereotypes are, but at least there’s no Whoopie Goldberg, like in the Bugs Bunny DVDs.

Included here is the famous scene where Popeye punches an Indian chief who then turns into Ghandi.


17 posted on 07/31/2007 7:30:58 PM PDT by wolfinator
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To: leenie312
links don’t work

I know. I didn't copy that part of it.
18 posted on 07/31/2007 7:31:26 PM PDT by aruanan
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To: COBOL2Java

Yes, the originals, all uncut.


19 posted on 07/31/2007 7:31:40 PM PDT by wolfinator
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To: wolfinator

Thanks. It just made my list of things I want.


20 posted on 07/31/2007 7:32:19 PM PDT by digitalbrownshirt (http://digitalbrownshirt.blogspot.com)
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To: wolfinator
LOL remember Alice the Goon???

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Alice, like all members of the Goon tribe, is approximately eight feet tall. She has huge feet, and arms that reach to her knees. Her nose overlaps her chin and is set between two blank, close-set eyes. Her head is totally bald and sits low between wide shoulders. She is completely hairless with the exception of her forearms, lower legs and midsection. In later appearances, Alice appeared wearing a skirt and flowered hat. When Alice spoke, her words would appear as a series of meaningless squiggles.

21 posted on 07/31/2007 7:32:38 PM PDT by mware (By all that you hold dear..on this good earth... I bid you stand! Men of the West!)
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To: leenie312
Here ya go. I copied and pasted the entire view source page:


Pick of the Week

Read Why...

Popeye - Warner to bring Popeye to DVD

Posted by Gord Lacey
6/07/2006
 
I YAM WHAT I YAM!
WARNER HOME VIDEO OPENS A CAN OF SPINACH AS IT PREPARES TO DISTRIBUTE
POPEYE

The Most Popular "Sailor Man" Comes to DVD in 2007

BURBANK, CA, June 6, 2006 - Warner Home Video (WHV), Hearst Entertainment and King Features Syndicate have reached an agreement for the exclusive worldwide home entertainment distribution of both the classic Popeye theatrical animated shorts and the Popeye made-for-TV animated shorts. The announcement was jointly made by Jeff Brown, WHV Senior Vice President and General Manager TV and Franchise, and T.R. ("Rocky") Shepard III, President of King Features Syndicate.

WHV will be the exclusive worldwide home entertainment distributor for all classic Popeye theatrical and television properties. The new agreement has cleared Warner's home video distribution rights for the original 231 Popeye animated shorts released theatrically by Paramount Pictures between 1933 and 1957. In addition, WHV has licensed the exclusive rights to 220 Popeye made-for-TV animated shorts produced from 1960 to 1962, 65 episodes of The Continuing Adventures of Popeye, produced from 1978 to 1981 (consisting of 161 animated shorts) and 26 Popeye & Son shorts produced in 1987. Warner's first Popeye DVD release is expected to street in 2007.

The theatrical library consists of 120 black & white shorts (106 of these were produced by Fleischer Studios, the remaining 14 were produced by Famous Studios) and 111 Technicolor cartoons (three produced by Fleischer Studios and 108 produced by Famous Studios). Warner Home Video plans to commence preservation and restoration activities immediately.

Regarding the announcement, Brown remarked, "We are extremely excited to bring fans one of the most recognized, iconic characters who has spanned seven decades. Popeye is the only major theatrical franchise in film history that never received a legitimate home video release."

He added, "For years Warner Bros. had been inundated by consumer letters demanding the release of Popeye, an underdog, a hero, a character who always represents good, and WHV is proud to bring this illustrious collection to DVD."

King Features and Popeye go back 77 years, from the minute he walked into Elzie Segar's THIMBLE THEATER comic strip and muttered his famous "D'ja think I'm a cowboy?" line, to his recent primetime CGI special, Popeye has captured the hearts of millions of fans around the world. Shepard said "In all my years at King Features and with the Hearst Corporation, I have yet to experience the enthusiastic outpour of support and love for a dynamic character as I have witnessed with Popeye. That's why I'm thrilled to be able to give the fans a chance to relive some of their favorite Popeye, Bluto, Olive Oyl, Wimpy and Swee' Pea moments on a soon to be released Warner Home Video DVD. Fans can now own, enjoy and share Popeye with many spinach-loving generations to come."

With operations in 90 international territories Warner Home Video, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, commands the largest distribution infrastructure in the global video marketplace. Warner Home Video's film library is the largest of any studio, offering top quality new and vintage titles from the repertoires of Warner Bros. Pictures, Turner Entertainment, Castle Rock Entertainment, HBO Video and New Line Home Entertainment.

King Features Syndicate is a member of Hearst Entertainment and Syndication Group, which combines The Hearst Corporation's cable network partnerships, television programming activities, newspaper syndication, and licensing. King Features Syndicate is the world's premier distributor of comics, syndicated columns, editorial cartoons, puzzles and games. It is also one of the largest licensing agencies in North America representing both classic and new properties such as "Popeye," "Betty Boop," "Krazy Kat," "Dennis the Menace," "David & Goliath" and "Mutts."

 
Link to this page:
http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/newsitem.cfm?NewsID=5804
 
All news for this show:
http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/shownews.cfm?ShowID=3375
 
More info on this show:
Popeye


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22 posted on 07/31/2007 7:33:13 PM PDT by aruanan
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To: Right Wing Assault
anti-Japanese stuff during the war

Oops. I just noticed it doesn't cover past 1938.

23 posted on 07/31/2007 7:33:23 PM PDT by Right Wing Assault ("..this administration is planning a 'Right Wing Assault' on values and ideals.." - John Kerry)
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To: wolfinator

That sounds entertaining. I’ll have to check it out. Thanks for the heads-up.


24 posted on 07/31/2007 7:34:00 PM PDT by james500
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To: wolfinator

“We just bought the newly remastered Popeye DVD set. If you’re a fan,
you must see this.”

Thanks for posting.
I bought a Popeye/vintage cartoon DVD out of a “cut-out” bin at Wal-Mart.
It is one of the absolute favorites of my young niece when she comes to visit.

Your post is very helpful because I’ve seen the adverts for it on TV.
You’ve convinced me that it’s worth the $$$ to add to my DVD library.


25 posted on 07/31/2007 7:35:53 PM PDT by VOA
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To: wolfinator
>>>>>Included here is the famous scene where Popeye punches an Indian chief who then turns into Ghandi.

Remember that one like it was yesterday. Popeye was/is my favorite cartoon character ever. Might have to buy it.

26 posted on 07/31/2007 7:35:57 PM PDT by Reagan Man (FUHGETTABOUTIT Rudy....... Conservatives don't vote for liberals!)
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To: wolfinator

Here’s a review:

http://www.the-trades.com/article.php?id=5714


27 posted on 07/31/2007 7:36:10 PM PDT by Roscoe Karns
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To: wolfinator

Are these the ones with Brutus or Bluto?


28 posted on 07/31/2007 7:36:14 PM PDT by Clemenza (Rudy Giuliani, like Pesto and Seattle, belongs in the scrap heap of '90s Culture)
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To: wolfinator

“Popeye punches an Indian chief who then turns into Ghandi.”

That’s worth $50 right there.


29 posted on 07/31/2007 7:36:39 PM PDT by taxed2death (A few billion here, a few trillion there...we're all friends right?)
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To: mware

“Alice, like all members of the Goon tribe, is approximately eight feet tall. She has huge feet, and arms that reach to her knees. Her nose overlaps her chin and is set between two blank, close-set eyes. Her head is totally bald and sits low between wide shoulders. She is completely hairless with the exception of her forearms, lower legs and midsection. In later appearances, Alice appeared wearing a skirt and flowered hat. When Alice spoke, her words would appear as a series of meaningless squiggles.”

I dated a chick like that in high school. She went on to become attorney general or something like that in fedgov. Creepy.


30 posted on 07/31/2007 7:39:20 PM PDT by taxed2death (A few billion here, a few trillion there...we're all friends right?)
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To: wolfinator
Okay, I need to go to bed and get my eyes checked. I thought the title said "New Pope DVD..." and I thought it was about the allegations against the Church during Hitler's rise to power.
31 posted on 07/31/2007 7:39:51 PM PDT by rabidralph
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To: taxed2death

LOL, now now, BOR may be watching.


32 posted on 07/31/2007 7:40:34 PM PDT by mware (By all that you hold dear..on this good earth... I bid you stand! Men of the West!)
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To: digitalbrownshirt
When I was growing up in SoCal there was a station in LA that played a couple hours of Popeye cartoons on Sunday(?) mornings. The host would draw Popeye characters on a big art pad and tell stories about the history of the cartoons.


Tom Hatten

33 posted on 07/31/2007 7:40:37 PM PDT by hole_n_one
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To: wolfinator

I always thought Bluto was better looking. I mean, Popeye is actually kinda deformed.I could never figure out what Olive saw in him.


34 posted on 07/31/2007 7:41:08 PM PDT by Krankor (kROGER)
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To: hole_n_one

In the Philly area we had Wee Willie Weber play Popeye cartoons. We would watch them before we went to school in the morning.


35 posted on 07/31/2007 7:44:50 PM PDT by mware (By all that you hold dear..on this good earth... I bid you stand! Men of the West!)
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To: hole_n_one

Captain Philadelphia was also cool to watch. He later became a sports newscaster for the Flyers (before Gene Hart)and later went to the west coast and I think became the Kings sportscaster. His real name was Stu Nayhand (sp)


36 posted on 07/31/2007 7:47:54 PM PDT by mware (By all that you hold dear..on this good earth... I bid you stand! Men of the West!)
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To: llmc1

LOL yeah I got one of those hats too. Don’t know what I’m going to do with it, but what the heck. Comic-Con is awesome.


37 posted on 07/31/2007 7:48:43 PM PDT by Zeon Cowboy (Pardon Ramos and Compean NOW! // Duncan Hunter '08)
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To: hole_n_one

That’s him!:) Thanks. I watched him back in the 70’s until I discovered that girls were more interesting than cartoons, but I’ll always have a soft spot for his show.


38 posted on 07/31/2007 7:52:52 PM PDT by digitalbrownshirt (http://digitalbrownshirt.blogspot.com)
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To: Krankor

Or what either saw in Olive. What a skinny, boney skank!

and who fathered Swee’pea?!


39 posted on 07/31/2007 7:53:11 PM PDT by Alas Babylon!
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To: wolfinator

Cool. I saw the commercial on TV. I love the black and white Popeyes.


40 posted on 07/31/2007 7:54:57 PM PDT by GATOR NAVY (Hey! Must be a devil between us)
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To: Alas Babylon!

Swee’pea was an orphan that Popeye found. It wasn’t the child of any of the main characters (as far as we know).


41 posted on 07/31/2007 7:56:09 PM PDT by digitalbrownshirt (http://digitalbrownshirt.blogspot.com)
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To: wolfinator

I love old cartoons and comics like this...outstanding.


42 posted on 07/31/2007 7:58:52 PM PDT by DesScorp
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To: Alas Babylon!

I wouldn’t have touched her with a 10 foot pole - but no telling how Popeye was proportioned after a can of spinach...


43 posted on 07/31/2007 7:59:44 PM PDT by Mr Rogers (I'm agnostic on evolution, but sit ups are from Hell!)
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To: potlatch
"I had a great animated gif of Popeye, but he died from eating contaminated spinach so I deleted it, lol"
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44 posted on 07/31/2007 8:02:21 PM PDT by Old Seadog (Inside every old person is a young person saying "WTF happened?".)
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To: Alas Babylon!

Heck, who fathered Popeye’s “nephews”? Even better, who mothered them?


45 posted on 07/31/2007 8:07:05 PM PDT by Krankor (kROGER)
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To: wolfinator
Does it include the Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves cartoon?

"Tippy-toe, tippy-toe, tippy-toe!"

The animation on that one is outstanding!

46 posted on 07/31/2007 8:07:22 PM PDT by Mygirlsmom (I practice Calorie Offset Trading. I eat a candy bar & pay my kid 10 bucks to run around the block)
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To: devolve; Old Seadog

Lol, that’s it!! I may have animated something in it as that’s what I do. Funny.


47 posted on 07/31/2007 8:12:00 PM PDT by potlatch (MIZARU_ooo_‹(•Ώ•)›_ooo_MIKAZARU_ooo_‹(•Ώ•)›_ooo_MAZARU_ooo_‹(•Ώ•)›_ooo_))
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To: Porterville
"....Popeye was the best non PC cartoon of all time....."

I beg your pardon....so was Foghorn Leghorn. Also, Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby.

48 posted on 07/31/2007 8:19:33 PM PDT by Victor (If an expert says it can't be done, get another expert." -David Ben-Gurion, the first Prime Minister)
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I came to this thread to post something smart-alecky, but I’m not about to try that with this many Popeye fans watching.


49 posted on 07/31/2007 8:32:19 PM PDT by KarinG1 (Opinions expressed in this post are my own and do not necessarily represent those of sane people.)
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To: wolfinator
Popeye's First Episode

I'm a huge fan. Popeye was my Spiderman.

50 posted on 07/31/2007 8:45:01 PM PDT by Porterville (I'm an American. If you hate Americans, I hope our enemies destroy you. I will pray for my soul.)
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