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The show aired the Fleischer and Famous Studios Popeye shorts in versions approximating their original theatrical releases by editing copies of the original opening and closing credits taken or recreated from various sources onto the beginnings and ends of each cartoon, or in some cases, in their complete, uncut original theatrical versions direct from such prints that originally contained the front-and-end Paramount credits.
The series aired Popeye shorts over forty-five episodes, until March While many of the Paramount Popeye cartoons remained unavailable on video, a handful of those cartoons had fallen into public domain and were found on numerous low budget VHS tapes and later DVDs. When Turner Entertainment acquired the cartoons ina long and laborious legal struggle with King Features kept the majority of the original Popeye shorts from official video releases for more than 20 years.
King Features instead opted to release a DVD boxed set of the s made-for-television Popeye the Sailor cartoons, to which it retained the rights, in InWarner Home Video announced it would release all of the Popeye cartoons produced for theatrical release between and on DVD, restored and uncut.
Three volumes were released between andcovering all of the Fleischer era and the beginnings of the Famous era. The s Volume 1 containing the first 14 Technicolor shorts from all restored and remastered in HD from 4K scans of the original nitrate Technicolor negatives.
Original television cartoons[ edit ] InKing Features Syndicate commissioned a new series of cartoons entitled Popeye the Sailorbut this time for television syndication. Al Brodax served as executive producer of the cartoons for King Features.
The artwork was streamlined and simplified for the television budgets, and cartoons were produced in only two years, with the first set of them premiering in the autumn ofand the last of them debuting during the — television season. Since King Features had exclusive rights to these Popeye cartoons, 85 of them were released on DVD as a 75th anniversary Popeye boxed set in For these cartoons, Bluto's name was changed to "Brutus", as King Features believed at the time that Paramount owned the rights to the name "Bluto".
Many of the cartoons made by Paramount used plots and storylines taken directly from the comic strip sequences — as well as characters like King Blozo and the Sea Hag.
It was an hour-long animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productionswhich tried its best to retain the style of the original comic strip Popeye returned to his original costume and Brutus to his original name of Blutowhile complying with the prevailing content restrictions on violence. In addition to providing many of the cartoon scripts, Mercer continued to voice Popeye, while Marilyn Schreffler and Allan Melvin became the new voices of Olive Oyl and Bluto, respectively.
Maurice LaMarche performed Popeye's voice; Mercer had died in The show lasted for one season. The Quest for Pappywhich was made to coincide with the 75th anniversary of Popeye. Billy West performed the voice of Popeye, describing the production as "the hardest job I ever did, ever" and the voice of Popeye as "like a buzzsaw on your throat".
Popeye has made brief parody appearances in modern animated productions, including: In The CriticJay Sherman's father Franklin flashes back to saving his wife Popeye style with alcohol instead of spinach.
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He eventually flies into a rage and destroys the house. The taxman repossesses the remains of the Oyls' home and their possessions. The Oyls' son, Castordecides to compete against the local heavyweight boxer, Oxblood Oxheart, in the hopes of winning a hefty prize for his family.
Castor is overpowered and knocked out of the ring by Oxheart. Popeye takes the ring in Castor's place and defeats Oxheart, finally earning the townsfolk's respect. Back at home, Popeye and Olive sing Swee'Pea to sleep. The next day, Olive tells Popeye that during his match with Oxheart, she discovered that Swee'Pea can predict the future by whistling when he hears the correct answer to a question.
Wimpythe local con artist and petty gambler, overhears and asks to take Swee'Pea out for a walk, though he actually takes him to the "horse races" actually a mechanical carnival horse game and wins two games. Popeye is outraged, and vents his frustrations to the racing parlor's customers.
Fearing further exploitation of his child, Popeye moves out of the Oyls' home and onto the docks; when the taxman harasses him, Popeye pushes him into the water, prompting the townsfolk to celebrate. In the chaos, Wimpy, who has been intimidated by Bluto, kidnaps Swee'Pea for him.
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That night, Olive remarks to herself about her budding relationship with Popeye, while Popeye writes a message in a bottle for Swee'Pea. Inside, Bluto presents the boy to the Commodore, promising that he is worth a fortune.
When the Commodore reminds Bluto that his buried treasure is all the fortune he needs, Bluto ties him up and takes Swee'Pea himself. Popeye enters the ship and meets the Commodore, realizing that he is his father, Poopdeck Pappy.
Pappy initially denies that Popeye is his son; to prove it, Pappy tries to feed Popeye canned spinach, which he says is his family's source of great strength.
Popeye hates spinach and refuses to eat it. Bluto kidnaps Olive as well and sets sail to find Pappy's treasure. Popeye, Pappy, Wimpy and the Oyl family board Pappy's ship to give pursuit.