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Popeye The Sailor Man Classic Collection HD

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Published on May 2, 2018

Popeye The Sailor Man Classic Collection in high quality featuring Popeye, Olive Oyl and Bluto presented by CLASSIC COMEDY CHANNEL

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00:00 Cookin' With Gags 1955

06:31 I Don't Scare 1956

12:37 Nearlyweds 1957

18:51 Patriotic Popeye 1957

24:54 Private Eye Popeye 1954

31:27 Shuteye Popeye 1952

37:49 Spree Lunch 1957

Popeye the Sailor is a cartoon fictional character created by Elzie Crisler Segar.[3][4][5] The character first appeared in the daily King Features comic strip, Thimble Theatre, on January 17, 1929, and Popeye became the strip's title in later years; Popeye has also appeared in theatrical and television animated cartoons.[4] Segar's Thimble Theatre strip was in its 10th year when Popeye made his debut, but the one-eyed (left) sailor quickly became the main focus of the strip, and Thimble Theatre became one of King Features' most popular properties during the 1930s. After Segar's death in 1938, Thimble Theatre was continued by several writers and artists, most notably Segar's assistant Bud Sagendorf. The strip continues to appear in first-run installments in its Sunday edition, written and drawn by Hy Eisman. The daily strips are reprints of old Sagendorf stories.[4] In 1933, Max Fleischer adapted the Thimble Theatre characters into a series of Popeye the Sailor theatrical cartoon shorts for Paramount Pictures. These cartoons proved to be among the most popular of the 1930s, and Fleischer—and later Paramount's own Famous Studios—continued production through 1957. These cartoon shorts are now owned by Turner Entertainment and distributed by its sister company Warner Bros..[6] Over the years, Popeye has also appeared in comic books, television cartoons, arcade and video games, hundreds of advertisements,[4] and peripheral products (ranging from spinach to candy cigarettes), and the 1980 live-action film directed by Robert Altman, starring comedian Robin Williams as Popeye. In an interview, Charles Schulz said "Popeye was a great favorite of mine...I think Popeye was a perfect comic strip, consistent in drawing and humor".[7] In 2002, TV Guide ranked Popeye #20 on its "50 Greatest Cartoon Characters of All Time" list

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