The boys show up simultaneously to take Olive to the movies. She needs to visit the hairdresser first, and tells the boys to take care of Swee'Pea: bath, dress him, and nap. Of course, with... See full summary »
The race is on for the state railroad franchise. It's the Sudden Pacific (Bluto) against the Onion Pacific (Popeye). Oh, and there's also a kiss from Olive for the winner. Bluto slows down ... See full summary »
Olive writes a letter to Popeye: she's through with sailors; it's cowboys for her. Popeye immediately sails off to the West, where he finds, who else, Bluto as the head of the ranch where ... See full summary »
Olve brings her new goldfish onto Popeye's ship, but the fish jumps out of its bowl and into the sea. Olive convinces Popeye to go after it, but the fish wants to play and manages to avoid ... See full summary »
Mystery Pictures is looking for a stunt man. Swee'pea tags along with Popeye, but he sends the tot home. Popeye shows clips of his stunts to the director, who is impressed; when he goes to ... See full summary »
Popeye finally pops the question....and Olive declines!
When the short begins, something very unusual is happening....Popeye is FINALLY asking Olive Oyl to marry him. Instead of giving him an answer right away, she tells him she needs a night to think about it. During the interim, Olive has a dream in which she is now the mother of Popeye's demonic children.
This episode in the Popeye series is interesting because it's the first time you see Popeye's familiar nephews...though here they play Popeye's children in the dream sequence. The name of one of the children is different but other than that they are essentially the nephews....and brats like Popeye's nephews. These awful kids returned two years later for "Pip-eye, Pup-eye, Poop-eye an' Peep-eye".
Overall, an enjoyable and well animated Popeye cartoon. Neither brilliant nor a must-see but important for fans due to the kids.
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