Popeye in Black and White:
The Fleischer and Famous Studio Cartoons

The Black and White One-Reelers

Introduction
1933: Well, Blow Me Down
1934: Our Hamburger Steaks are a Riot
1935: Spinach Overtures
1936: What We All Need is Brotherly Love
1937: Babies and Infinks
1938: Big Chief Ugly Mug
1939: My Dear Bluto
1940: I Wants to Go Out!
1941: Popeye Goes to War
1942: The End of the Fleischer Era
1942-43: Famous Popeye


The Fleischer Technicolor Specials

Popeye the Sailor Meets Sinbad the Sailor (1936)
Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves (1937)
Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp (1939)

Additional Popeye Links

Salty Steve's Popeye Page

Our pal Steve Bailey's fun and "insike-ful" Popeye page,
with reviews of the cartoons, the DVD and several books

Popeye Fleischer Tribute

Interesting page celebrating Popeye, The Fleischer Cartoons and the DVDs.


Six Bells and All is Well!

This Popeye Subsection is dedicated to

Captain Jack McCarthy
Captain Jack McCarthy,

NYC children's host who
introduced millions of boys and girls to Popeye
and who hosted New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade coverage
for WPIX Television for several decades.

Hut-to-peen and smooth sailing!

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