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Popeye Classics Vol. 1 - 11 (TPB) () FREE Comics Download on CBR CBZ Format. Download FREE DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse. POPEYE. AT. Screenplay by. JULES FEIFFER. Based on the comic strip by. E.C. SEGAR. 7 IRST DRAFT. ROBERT EVANS. Paramount Pictures Corporation. Classic Comics. Page 2. CLASSIC POPEYE # OCTOBER Hooray for our supporters, the Popeye Fan Club: caite.info Visit: Reprinted.
His gravestone has the image of Popeye engraved on it. Crumb are shortchanged at the Jewish Museum. Penn's Sunday School. Segar's Thimble Theatre comic strip. Workman Publishing.
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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's theme song, titled " I'm Popeye The Sailor Man ", composed by Sammy Lerner in for Fleischer's first Popeye the Sailor cartoon ,  has become forever associated with the sailor. A cover of the theme song, performed by Face to Face , is included on the tribute album Saturday Morning: Playground song parodies of the theme have become part of children's street culture around the world,   usually interpolating " frying pan " or " garbage can " into the lyrics as Popeye's dwelling place   and ascribing to the character various unsavory actions or habits     that transform the character into an "Anti-Popeye", and changing his exemplary spinach-based diet into an inedible morass of worms , onions , flies , tortillas and snot.
The success of Popeye as a comic-strip and animated character has led to appearances in many other forms. Popeye was adapted to radio in several series broadcast over three different networks by two sponsors from to This program was broadcast Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights at 7: September 10, through March 28, on the NBC Red Network 87 episodes , initially sponsored by Wheatena , a whole-wheat breakfast cereal , which would routinely replace the spinach references.
Music was provided by Victor Irwin's Cartoonland Band. The show was next broadcast Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 7: Once again, reference to spinach was conspicuously absent. The third series was sponsored by the maker of Popsicles three nights a week for 15 minutes at 6: Popeye was recently featured on the Brad and John: The script was by Jules Feiffer , who adapted the Nostalgia Press book of strips for his screenplay, thus retaining many of the characters created by Segar.
The set is now a tourist attraction called Popeye Village. The US box office earnings were double the film's budget, making it a success. I couldn't be more excited by how it turned out. Fixman would write the film. From early on, Popeye was heavily merchandised.
Everything from soap to razor blades to spinach was available with Popeye's likeness on it. Most of these items are rare and sought-after by collectors, but some merchandise is still being produced. He had a prominent chin, sinewy physique, characteristic pipe, and a propensity and agile skill for fist-fighting.
His gravestone has the image of Popeye engraved on it. Separate hometown residents of Chester also are claimed to have served as inspiration for two other Segar characters including Dora Pascal, an uncommonly tall, angular lady who ran a general store in town. She even donned a hair bun close to her neckline. William "Windy Bill" Schuchert, a rather rotund man who owned the local opera house, was the seed for the character J. Wellington Wimpy. He would even send out his employees to purchase hamburgers for him between performances at a local tavern named Wiebusch's, the same tavern that Fiegel would frequent and engage in fistfights.
Instead, he stated that Santa Monica, California was the birthplace of the character and that a Norwegian sailor by the name of Olaf "cap" Olsen served as the impetus for the character.
A Century of the Last Great Pleasure Pier" raised the idea that while living in Santa Monica, Segar based the physical attributes on Olsen; even though Harris never made a definitive claim. Culturally,  many consider Popeye a precursor to the superheroes who would eventually come to dominate US comic books.
Such has been Popeye's cultural impact that the medical profession sometimes refers to the biceps bulge symptomatic of a tendon rupture as the "Popeye muscle.
The Nintendo videogame Donkey Kong , which introduced its eponymous character and Nintendo's unofficial company mascot Mario to the world, was originally planned to be a Popeye game.
Mario then known as Jumpman was originally supposed to be Popeye, Donkey Kong was originally Bluto , and the character Pauline was originally Olive Oyl , but when Nintendo was unable to acquire the rights to use the actual franchise characters, it decided to create original characters instead.
Popeye along with Bluto and Olive Oyl actually had a cameo role planned for the film. The Popeye was a popular dance in the dance craze era of the late s and early s.
Originating in New Orleans around , the Popeye was performed by shuffling and moving one's arms, placing one arm behind and one arm in front and alternating them, going through the motion of raising a pipe up to the mouth, and alternate sliding or pushing one foot back in the manner of ice skating, similar to motions exhibited by the cartoon character.
Initially Popeye's chief superhuman characteristic was his indestructibility, rather than super strength, which was attributed to his having rubbed the head of Bernice the Whiffle Hen numerous times after being shot. Popeye later attributed his strength to spinach. Using Popeye as a role model for healthier eating may work; a study revealed that children increased their vegetable consumption after watching Popeye cartoons.
There is another Popeye statue in Segar's hometown, Chester, Illinois , and statues in Springdale and Alma, Arkansas which claims to be "The Spinach Capital of the World" , at canning plants of Allen Canning , which markets Popeye-branded canned spinach. In , when spinach contaminated with E.
A frequently circulated story claims that Fleischer's choice of spinach to give Popeye strength was based on faulty calculations of its iron content. In the story, a scientist misplaced a decimal point in an measurement of spinach's iron content, leading to an iron value ten times higher than it should have been.
This faulty measurement was not noticed until the s. Popeye and iron. The strip is also responsible for popularizing, although not inventing, the word " goon " meaning a thug or lackey ; goons in Popeye's world were large humanoids with indistinctly drawn faces that were particularly known for being used as muscle and slave labor by Popeye's nemesis, the Sea Hag.
One particular goon, the aforementioned female named Alice, was an occasional recurring character in the animated shorts, but she was usually a fairly nice character. Eugene the Jeep was introduced in the comic strip on March 13, Two years later the term "jeep wagons" was in use, later shortened to simply " jeep " with widespread World War II usage and then trademarked by Willys-Overland as "Jeep". Popeye fans attend from across the globe, including a visit by a film crew from South Korea in The one-eyed sailor's hometown strives to entertain devotees of all ages.
In honor of Popeye's 75th anniversary, the Empire State Building illuminated its notable tower lights green the weekend of January 16—18, as a tribute to the icon's love of spinach. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cartoon fictional character. For the fast-food chain, see Popeyes.
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The New York Times. Saturday Morning: Folklore from Contemporary Jamaicans. Archived from the original on April 27, When Bud was just 17, his sister, who worked in an art supply store in Santa Monica, California, introduced him to a customer, E.
Segar, the creator of Popeye. Bud began a long relationship with Segar who became his teacher, employer, and father figure. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
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