Popeye (1980) 114 min Rated PG
Popeye is a 1980 musical comedy live-action film adaptation directed by Robert Altman and adapted from E. C. Segar‘s Thimble Theatre aka Popeye comic strip. It stars Robin Williams (his film debut as an actor) as Popeye the Sailor Man and Shelley Duvall as Olive Oyl.
It premiered on December 6, 1980 in Los Angeles, California, to mixed reviews and disappointing box office. The film has since been released on DVD as well as digital download. Harry Nilsson‘s soundtrack received mostly positive reviews.
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Twitter: Popeye – All the charm of a Fleischer cartoon combined with the zaniness of an episode of Mork & Mindy. Ibbott and Randy. you owe me an apology
Stuff I Loved:
It ain’t no sea craft it’s MY dingy.
Baby Gamblin, Sailor, Violence
Popeye (2016) Animated by Sony Pictures and directed by Genndy Tartakovsky
Blow me down
Up to no good tax
Room for Rink
You owe me an apology
Over the top poverty ridden musicals. Like Annie. Comics from the depression.
Dude was reading The Comic in a movie based on comics
There’s going to be a fight…the bar patrons know it. They are locking stuff up!
What a great Father’s day pick
I said phooey and I mean phooey
This was Robin Williams first film.
No room for a racetrack on your bay city…no problem…we has fakey horses. House of Repukes.
Get a Venereal Disease.
I ought to bust you right in the mush.
I ain’t no physicists..but I know what matters….I ain’t a doctor but I’m losing my patience.
Ripped straight from the comic page. You can’t be married and you can’t have kids. So you find a baby and pseudo date your border’s daughter.
You can’t get a PG rated movie while saying stuff like…eat it raw!
Haul Ass….Haul Ass….Haul Ass
Like punching an octypussy under water…it looks stupid and awesome all at the same time. Now excuse me while I sing a song.
How hard is it to sing in a popeye voice
Best most upbeat ending ever. This should have been the whole movie
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