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Name: pia majaneva
Date: December 7, 2005, 11:31 am

Comment:
WOW!

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Name: Mona Kraemer
Date: November 11, 2005, 11:10 am

Comment:
Excellent site! I have learned much about popeye thanks to you.

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Name: Giancarlo Perlloni Rosso
Date: October 14, 2005, 10:59 pm

Comment:
thank you

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Name: Dave Carta
Date: October 9, 2005, 2:46 pm

Comment:
Congratulations on your impressive site -- very handsome and well laid out, and I agree with the other posters that the black-and-white scheme lets the films' artwork shine. Many thanks for the cartoons! They make the case that it's a crime to keep this incredible entertainment under wraps.

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Name: Javier Prado
Date: October 1, 2005, 2:17 pm

Comment:
Hola
felicidades el sitio web esta grandioso, realmente muy entretenido y es un justo homenaje a un personaje que lleno de alegria nuestra infancia.
Felicidades y sigan adelante.
Javier Prado
Caricaturista
Peru

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Name: John
Date: September 26, 2005, 5:05 pm

Comment:
WOW I love this site! They need to put the original GOOD popeye on dvd not the navy propaganda popeye. i love watching my favorite cartoons on this web site. that you for making my life happier

John

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Name: Ken Carlson
Date: September 24, 2005, 3:27 pm

Comment:
I am glad I found a site about the best Popeye cartoons, keep up the good work ! Eugene The Jeep Rocks !

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Name: Rachel Newstead
Date: September 11, 2005, 4:14 am

Comment:
I was introduced to the Popeye cartoons, and the Max Fleischer cartoons in general, by a wonderful kids' show host named Tom Hatten. Hatten hosted a one-hour show on KTLA in Los Angeles every Sunday in the '70
's, and would draw the characters in-between cartoons while giving little tidbits of information about how they were made. For someone starving for animation trivia, as I was, that show was the fulfillment of my fondest wish. Thanks to Hatten, I came to appreciate the old Fleischer cartoons far more than most teenagers of the time.

This site takes me back to the time when Popeye occupied my Sunday afternoons, and invokes fond memories of Late Night Black and White on Cartoon Network as well.

P.S. I sent some fan art recently which I hope to soon see on the site.

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Name: Deek
Date: September 9, 2005, 5:07 pm

Comment:
I'm forty seven and have been a Popeye fan for about as far back as I can remember. Every now and then. I do an internet search to see what's out there, and this is the first time i've run across this place.
Fantastic job!
It's good to see so much black and white here.
I managed to collect al the Fantagraphics Segar reprints (though sadly I lost one volume on an airplane), and have some VHS stuff i managed to get off the tv years ago, but they are poor copies.
It's great to find out that Warner Brothers has restored some Fleischer material. Maybe some day it will find it's way into our hands.
I did manage to see a good two hours worth of original black and white Fleischer work on film on the big screen at an animation festival in NYC around 1987 or so. Breathtaking.
The tid bit I am most eager to find is an excerpt from an unfinished/unpublished Sea Hag novel that was mentioned in one of the Segar repint introductions. It was purportedly printed in an early issue of Nemo Magazine.
Now that I've founf this sure, you can be sure I'll be keeping an eager eye out here!
Thanks for everything!

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Name: Helmuth Sierra
Date: September 3, 2005, 5:43 pm

Comment:
My step son caleb is ubsessed with this website.He thinks He's realated to the fleischer's

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