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Here are more of the Famous Studios' Popeye cartoons rated by me!


 

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THE CARTOONS

For a listing of all the cartoons, click on the following list names: 
Alphabetical
By year
By category


 

Steady As She Goes -
Honorable Mention
 

In Alphabetic Order: 
(Cartoons appear by year in the next section.)

A Haul In One (1956)
Ancient Fistory (1953)
Double-Cross Country Race(1951)
Floor Flusher (1954)
For Better Or Nurse (1945)
How Green Is My Spinach (1950)
I'll Be Skiing Ya (1947)
Nearlyweds (1957)
Nurse To Meet Ya (1955)
Pitchin' Woo At The Zoo (1944)
Popeye The Ace Of Space (1953)
Puppet Love (1944)
Robin-Hood Winked (1948)
Rodeo Romeo (1946)
Shaving Muggs (1953)
Spooky Swabs (1957)
Tar With A Star (1949)
The Anvil Chorus Girl (1944)
Toreadorable (1953)
Wigwam Whoopee (1948)
Wotta Knight (1947)


 

STEADY AS SHE GOES
HONORABLE MENTION

 

These cartoons aren't quite the Best, but they have their moments, just the same.


 

The Anvil Chorus Girl (1944)

Popeye and Bluto compete to be blacksmith (?!) Olive's assistant - and boyfriend, of course.



 

Puppet Love (1944)

Bluto tries to fool Olive Oyl with a wooden marionette of Popeye, but Popeye soon makes an unconscious Bluto into a puppet of his own.

Pitchin' Woo At The Zoo (1944)

Zookeeper Bluto is standing under a sign that says, "Wolf," when he spies Olive Oyl.  Need I say more?  And I agree with Sparky on her Rough-House Page (see Links), the crocodile was always one of my favorites, too.



For Better Or Nurse (1945)

It's a race to see which of the two rivals can injure themselves the worst in order to be ministered to by nurse Olive Oyl.  Popeye finally wins by feeding Bluto spinach so that the bully will beat him up.  But it turns out that Olive works in an Animal Hospital.





Rodeo Romeo (1946)

Rodeo star Badlands Bluto is being upstaged by Popeye, so he feeds the sailor loco weed to get him out of the way.  Unfortunately, Bluto then accidentally eats some himself and thinks Olive is a calf who needs branding.



I'll Be Skiing Ya (1947)

Wolfish skating instructor Bluto takes over for the bumbling Popeye in order to concentrate on Olive Oyl's figure...er, I mean, figure skating...no, wait, I was right the first time.

Wotta Knight (1947)

Olive Oyl is Sleeping Beauty and the boys joust to see who gets to awaken her.

Wigwam Whoopee (1948)

Pilgrim Popeye wins the heart of Indian maid Olive, much to the chagrin of the chief, who wanted her for himself.

Robin-Hood Winked (1948)


Bluto, The Sheriff Of Nottingham, decides he'd rather have pretty wench Olive Oyl than her tax money and it's up to Robin Hood Popeye and Little John, his one merry man, to stop him.



Tar With A Star (1949)

Popeye has no trouble cleaning up a lawless western town until he meets outlaw Bluto, who buries him alive on Boot Hill and chases saloon singer Olive.



How Green Is My Spinach (1950) 

Bluto poisons the world's spinach crop, leaving Popeye with no vegetable to turn to to give him strength.  Luckily for The Sailorman, a young fan from our universe helps him.

Double-Cross Country Race (1951)

Popeye competes with Count Noah Count (love that name) in a road race across the USA. 




(For a further review of this cartoon, click on the name.)

Ancient Fistory (1953)

Popeye as Cinderella (?!?!?!?!?).  He gets to go to the ball in a coach made from a spinach can and win the hand of Princess Olive Oyl.

Toreadorable (1953)

Matador Bluto sets his sights on seniorita Olive Oyl, but Popeye starts showing the big lug up.



Popeye The Ace Of Space (1953)

Alien abduction 1950's style!  The extraterrestrials get more than they bargained for when they experiment on Popeye.

Shaving Muggs (1953)

Olive Oyl wants to go out with a clean-shaven man (an in-joke for Fleischer Fans), so scruffy, just-in-at-port sailors Popeye and Bluto "help" each other get presentable.  Popeye gives Bluto a shave and a haircut that leaves him looking like Rock Hudson!  But Bluto gives Popeye the business.

Floor Flusher (1954)

Olive's pipes spring a leak.  Popeye tries to fix it.  Bluto makes it worse.

Nurse To Meet Ya (1955)

Popeye and Bluto try to get Nurse (read that "Nanny") Olive Oyl's charge, Swee'Pea, to quit crying.

A Haul In One (1956) 

Popeye and Bluto are moving men who would each like to move in on a relocating Olive Oyl.

Nearlyweds (1957)

Bluto tricks Popeye into humiliating himself on his wedding day.  Olive breaks up their engagement and accepts Bluto's marriage proposal, happily heading to the Justice Of The Peace, arm-in-arm with him!  Popeye finds a way to turn the tables, though.  (For a further review of this cartoon, click on the name.)



Spooky Swabs (1957) 

Popeye and Olive on a ghost ship filled with, what else, ghosts.  Or as Popeye would say, "Ghosks!"


 
 
 
 
 
 

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