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List of Popeye the Sailor theatrical cartoons (Fleischer Studios)

This is a list of the 108 cartoons starring Popeye the Sailor and produced by Fleischer Studios. All Fleischer cartoons were produced by Max Fleischer, and credited as having been directed by Dave Fleischer. During the course of production in 1941, Fleischer Studios was taken over by its distributor, Paramount Pictures. Following Baby Wants a Bottleship in 1942, production of the Popeye series was assumed by the Fleischer Studio's successor, Famous Studios.

Popeye the Sailor series

All cartoons are one reel, in black and white, unless otherwise noted. Cartoons which now exist in the public domain in the United States are marked by an asterisk (*) in the list below.

1933

1934

  • Sock-a-Bye Baby
  • Let's You and Him Fight
  • The Man on the Flying Trapeze
  • Can You Take It?
  • Shoein' Hosses
  • Strong to The Finich
  • Shiver Me Timbers
  • Let's Sing with Popeye*
  • Axe Me Another
  • A Dream Walking
  • The Two Alarm Fire
  • The Dance Contest
  • We Aim to Please

1935

  • Beware of Barnacle Bill
  • Be Kind to Aminals
  • Pleased to Meet Cha!
  • The Hyp-Nut-Tist
  • Choose Yer Weppins
  • For Better or Worser
  • Dizzy Divers
  • You Gotta Be a Footbal Hero
  • King of the Mardi Gras
  • Adventures of Popeye (compilation film, partial live-action)
  • The Spinach Overture

1936

  • Vim, Vigor and Vitaliky
  • A Clean Shaven Man
  • Brotherly Love
  • I-Ski Love-Ski You-Ski
  • Bridge Ahoy!
  • What-No Spinach?
  • I Wanna Be a Lifeguard
  • Let's Get Movin'
  • Never Kick a Woman
  • Popeye the Sailor with Little Swee' Pea*
  • Hold The Wire
  • The Spinach Roadster
  • Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor (in Technicolor, two reels)*
  • I'm In The Army Now (compilation film)*

1937

  • The Paneless Window Washer*
  • Organ Grinder's Swing
  • My Artistical Temperature
  • Hospitaliky
  • The Twisker Pitcher
  • Morning, Noon and Nightclub
  • Lost and Foundry
  • I Never Changes My Altitude*
  • I Likes Babies and Infinks
  • The Football Toucher Downer
  • Proteck The Weakerist
  • Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves (in Technicolor, two reel)*
  • Fowl Play

1938

  • Let's Celebrake
  • Learn Polikeness
  • The House Builder Upper
  • Big Chief Ugh-A-Mugh-Ugh
  • I Yam Love Sick
  • Plumbin' Is A Pipe
  • Popeye the Sailor with the Jeep
  • Bulldozing the Bull
  • Mutiny Ain't Nice
  • Goonland
  • A Date to Skate*

1939

  • Cops is Always Right
  • Customers Wanted (compilation film)*
  • Leave Well Enough Alone
  • Wotta Nitemare
  • Ghosks Is The Bunk
  • Hello-How Am I?
  • It's The Natural Thing to Do
  • Never Sock a Baby
  • Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp (in Technicolor, two reel)*

1940

  • Shakespearean Spinach
  • Females is Fickle
  • Stealin' Ain't Honest
  • Me Feelins is Hurt
  • Onion Pacific
  • Wimmin is a Myskery
  • Nurse Mates
  • Fightin' Pals
  • Doing Impossikible Stunts
  • Wimmin Hadn't Oughta Drive
  • Puttin' on the Act
  • Popeye Meets William Tell
  • My Pop, My Pop
  • Popeye the Sailor with Poopdeck Pappy
  • Popeye Presents Eugene The Jeep

1941

  • Problem Pappy
  • Quiet! Pleeze
  • Olive's Sweepstakes Ticket
  • Flies Ain't Human
  • Popeye Meets Rip Van Winkle
  • Olive's Boithday Presink
  • Child Psykolojiky (final cartoon with ship door titles)
  • Pest Pilot
  • I'll Never Crow Again
  • The Mighty Navy
  • Nix on Hypnotricks

1942

  • Kickin' the Conga 'Round
  • Blunder Below
  • Fleets Of Stren'th
  • Pip-eye, Pup-eye, Poop-eye and Peep-eye
  • Olive Oyl And Water Don't Mix
  • ''Many Tanks
  • Baby Wants a Bottleship (last Fleischer cartoon)

Official DVD releases

The Popeye cartoons from 1933 through mid-1938 (from Popeye the Sailor to Big Chief Ugh-A-Mugh-Ugh) are available on the DVD set Popeye the Sailor: 1933-1938, Volume 1. The second set of Fleischer Popeye cartoons is Popeye the Sailor: 1938-1940, Volume 2 which is a two DVD set released on June 17, 2008. The cartoons in this set are from I Yam Love Sick to Popeye Presents Eugene, The Jeep. The remaining Fleischer cartoons will be included in Popeye the Sailor: 1941-1943, Volume 3 which is scheduled for release on September 30, 2008.

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