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Name: Roy Yokelson
Date: May 19, 2007, 9:12 pm

Thanks for your site and wisdom and love for Popeye and his gang. Being a boomer I grew up in New York with Captain Allen Swift, then Captain Jack McCarthy as hosts of The Popeye show. I can't wait until 7/31 when the DVDs come out.

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Name: Russ
Date: May 8, 2007, 1:33 pm

Back in the early 70's I got to watch a lot of these cartoons on cable. I am so happy that these cartoons will be available on DVD.

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Date: April 26, 2007, 1:36 pm


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Name: Guillermo Pobete
Date: April 24, 2007, 5:05 pm

Well, Blow me Down! I can't wait about the Popeye DVD Release and thanks for the advise, Gordan

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Name: Ed Turner
Date: April 16, 2007, 8:12 am

Beautiful sike! It's abouts times that someone dedicated a webs-sike to ONLY the Fleischer Popeye toons! Popeye is me hero and always was, but his purisk form (the Fleischer's), is the ONLY form I likes besk! It's a pleasure to signs this gueskbook! I can'ts wait for the new DVD set! Long lives Popeye! Forever strong to the finitch!

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Name: Gibbs Rainock
Date: April 14, 2007, 11:44 am

I've been waiting for this for a very long time now. I'm big into animation history and ccan't wait to check out what Jerry Beck and Eric Goldberg have to say about these shorts. Now if they will release "The CompleteTex Avery: MGM Years".

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Name: Michael Friesen
Date: April 3, 2007, 2:07 pm

Great job on the web site. I grew up in the 60's watching popeye. Only one channel back then. I have been searching looking to get all them on DVD to introduce them to my young niece and nephew. Sorry to here about the problems with releasing these to DVD.

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Name: GrantZilla
Date: April 3, 2007, 7:17 am

Here's the news guys. The 4-disk Popeye The Sailor set 1933-1938 will be out Jul 31st ($64.92)

Here's a link to it.

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Name: Ronnie Peterson
Date: March 25, 2007, 8:18 pm

Sad news to tell you when jerry beck finds a paramount picture opens with the fleishcer group. A.A.P. and U.M.&M.T.V. and N.T.A. and Harvey Films Inc. will not be seen anymore and color redrawns of popeye will not be on cartoon network and boomerrang. When Betty Boop and Friends and Popeye cartoons and screen songs are in the digital video process at next month, those fleischer and famous studios cartoon will be digitally remastered from their original format and brilliances with thx sound and quality picture. Paramount Pictures researched by Jerry Beck is something different for us and TCM fans where robert osborne and ben mankowick can't wiat for an exclusive interview with jerry beck. So, you can say goodbye to A.A.P., Guild Films, N.T.A. U.M &M. TV and Harvey Films and Say hello to Warner Bros. Cartoons and Paramount Cartoons Studio digitally Remastered, Uncut, Unedited and Digitally colorized by Dynacs Digital Studios from their black and white formats all new.

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Name: L J-C
Date: March 19, 2007, 8:07 pm

I appreciate the colorization article very much. Why didn't we learn our lesson when so many early Warner's cartoons were ruined this way years before?

I have fond memories of watching the b&w Popeyes on cable in the 80s.

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