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Popeye the sailor. 1941-1943 [videorecording].

Other Title:
Popeye the sailor. Vol. 3
Popeye. [videorecording]
Edition:
Fullscreen ed.
Publication:
[United States] : Warner Home Video, c2008.
Format/Description:
Video
2 videodiscs (201 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Subjects:
Popeye (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
Sailors -- Drama.
Spinach -- Drama.
Bullying -- Drama.
Man-woman relationships -- Drama.
Form/Genre:
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Short films.
Animated films.
Comedy films.
Language:
In English, with optional French or English subtitles.
Closed-captioned.
System Details:
DVD, region 1; Dolby Digital mono.
Summary:
Contains 32 original theatrical shorts remastered and unedited from the original masters.
Contents:
Disc 1. Problem pappy (conversations with historian Jerry Beck and Steven Waldman, son of director/animator Myron Waldman)
Quiet! Pleeze
Olive's sweepstake ticket
Flies ain't human
Popeye meets Rip Van Winkle (conversations with historian Jerry Beck and Steven Waldman, son of director/animator Myron Waldman)
Olive's boithday presink
Child psykolojiky
Pest pilot
I'll never crow again
Mighty Navy
Nix on hypnotricks
Kickin' the conga round
Blunder below
Fleets of stren'th
Pip-Eye, Pup-Eye, Poop-Eye an' Peep-Eye
Olive Oyl and water don't mix
Special features (3 Popeye popumentaries): Directing the sailor: the art of Myron Waldman; Popeye: the mighty ensign; Pip-Eye, Pup-Eye, Poop-Eye an' Peep-Eye: chips off the old salt
From the vault (3 out of the Inkwell shorts): Clown's little brother (1920); Cartoon factory (1924); Koko needles the boss (1927).
Disc 2. Many tanks
Baby wants a bottleship
You're a sap, Mr. Jap
Alone on the Sarong seas
Hull of a mess
Scrap the Japs
Me musical nephews (commentary by directors John Kricfalusi and Eddie Fitzgerald and cartoonist Kali Fontecchio)
Spinach fer Britain
Seein' red, white 'n' blue (commentary by animator Mark Kausler)
Too weak to work (commentary by director Bob Jacques)
Jolly good furlough
Ration fer the duration
Hungry goat (commentary by historian Jerry Beck)
Happy birthdaze
Wood-peckin'
Cartoons ain't human
Special features: Forging the frame: the roots of animation, 1921-1930 (retrospective documentary); Finding his voice (1929) (from the vault-Western Electric short).
Notes:
Theatrical shorts released between 1941 and 1943.
Contributor:
Fleischer, Max, 1883-1972. , Director, Producer
Max Fleischer Cartoon Studio (Firm) , Producer
King Features Syndicate. , Producer
Warner Home Video (Firm). , Distributor
ISBN:
1419869868
9781419869860
OCLC:
236490049
Publisher Number:
883929020430
1000038958 Warner Home Video
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