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Name: Mark R.
Date: March 5, 2005, 10:08 am
In my search to find Popeye on the web, I have found the original toons at these sites, either in streaming mode or download:
1) Realplayer, go to search page, enter "Liketelevision Popeye" you'll get links to the three color cartoons.
2) www.archives.org enter "popeye" in search,
find about 7-8 cartoons you can either stream or download.
3) www.netbroadcaster.com go to flashing television icon, find a slew of Popeye, Betty Boop, & Superman. Go to their animation page, and you'll find "Gulliver's travels" . All are in streaming format, and play in Windows Media Player.
Granted the DVD's would be crisper, but this is why we have the web, so go for it!
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Name: Mark R.
Date: March 4, 2005, 11:33 am
This is perhaps the most comprehensive site of all the sites out there; I believe The Fleischer bros. themselves would be pleased.
I particularly love seeing the old toons again,
with those magical moving backgrounds which
separated their cartoons from all others, what
technical genius! The opening segment to "I-ski,
Love-ski You-ski" still blows me away!
You have my endearing thanks and gratitude for such a beautiful and complete site.
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Date: February 25, 2005, 3:08 pm
Being a Popeye fan of many years standing ( and sitting)I was delighted to find your engaging article and the stills from those old movies bring back many happy memories of watching those old Fliescher shorts in the 60's on our old black and white tv. Thanks alot!
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Name: John Villafuerte
Date: January 24, 2005, 10:22 pm
Hello to you!
Love the website! I am a HUGE fan of the Fleischer cartoons and especially the Popeye cartoons! I do hope one day we will see these gems released released on DVD. In the meantime, I will happily continue to watch them on Cartoon Network. HAPPY BIRTHDAY POPEYE!
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Name: Ayla N.
Date: December 23, 2004, 12:24 pm
My mom loves popeyr and I even try to draw him it came out great. My teacher is upsess with popeye!
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Date: December 22, 2004, 10:37 am
Great job guys.
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Name: J. Faulkner
Date: December 14, 2004, 8:39 am
These classic cartoons are just full of happy nostalgia for me. I wish someone would finally listen to us and release the complete set of these cartoons because no matter who does we all win.
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Date: December 1, 2004, 6:07 pm
Thank you Gordan and Nenad. This site really lays out the archived memories I had as a child of some these earlier short films. I recall that the Fleischer features went out of favor when color TV became available, so it is great to have a source for these oldies.
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Name: Paul R Walsh
Date: November 29, 2004, 2:10 am
Love the site I can't wait to come back again.
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Name: Joe Silver
Date: November 13, 2004, 8:26 pm
Nice site! Thank you for your efforts. I wanted to mention, for the benefit of readers who might not be aware of this, that there is a two-DVD set released by VCI, entitled "Popeye the Sailor Man Classic Cartoons: 75th Anniversary Collector's Edition, that contains nine public domain Fleischer Popeye cartoons:
1) Popeye the Sailor Meets Sinbad the Sailor
2) I'm in the Army Now
3) Little Swee' Pea
4) Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves
5) I Never Changes My Altitude
6) Paneless Window Washer
7) Date to Skate
8) Customers Wanted
9) Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp
Titles 1, 4, and 9 can also be viewed with commentary by animation scholar Jerry Beck.
These nine cartoons are all on the first disc, which is a single layer disc. Disc two, a double layer disc, contains 25 Famous Studios Popeye cartoons, with release dates from 1942 to 1957.
It's too bad that more Fleischer Popeyes aren't available on DVD, but for the time being, this set might be about the best legitimate release for fans of these cartoons.
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