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Popeye The Sailor Meets Sindbad The Sailor !EXCLUSIVE!


In this short, Sindbad the Sailor (who is intended to be an alternate version of Popeye's old nemesis Bluto) lives on an island where he keeps loads of creatures that he had captured during his adventures (lions, tigers, giants, dragons, vultures, snakes, and apes). Where he proclaims himself, in song, to be the greatest sailor, adventurer, and lover in the world and "the most remarkable, extraordinary fellow," a claim that is inadvertently challenged by Popeye as he innocently sings his usual song while sailing by within earshot of Sindbad's island with his girlfriend Olive Oyl and his friend J. Wellington Wimpy on board.




Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor



Sindbad orders his huge roc to kidnap Popeye's girlfriend, Olive Oyl, and wreck Popeye's ship, forcing him and Wimpy to swim to shore. Sindbad relishes making Olive his trophy wife, which is interrupted by Popeye's arrival. Sindbad then challenges the one-eyed sailor to a series of obstacles to prove his greatness, including fighting the roc, a two-headed giant named Boola (an apparent parody reference to The Three Stooges), and Sindbad himself. Popeye makes short work of the bird and the giant, but Sindbad almost gets the best of him until Popeye produces his can of spinach, which gives him the power to soundly defeat Sindbad and proclaim himself "the most remarkable, extraordinary fella."


In this short, Sindbad the Sailor (who is intended to be an alternate version of Bluto, the nemesis of Popeye) proclaims himself, in song, to be the greatest sailor, adventurer and lover in the world, a handsome bloke, and "the most remarkable, extraordinary fellow", a claim which is challenged by Popeye's arrival to his island with Olive Oyl and J. Wellington Wimpy in tow. Sindbad orders his huge roc, Rokh, to kidnap Popeye's sweetheart, and treats the one-eyed sailor to a series of challenges to prove his greatness, including fighting Rokh, a two-headed giant named Boola, and Sindbad himself. Popeye makes short work of the bird and the giant, but Sindbad almost gets the best of him until the spinach-gulping Sailorman produces a can of his nutritious greens, which gives him the edge to soundly defeat Sindbad, aided by his Twisker Sock, and proclaim himself "the most remarkable, extraordinary fellow."


"Sindbad's Song" is a song sung by Sindbad the Sailor in the 1936 cartoon Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor. The song is about Sindbad's exploits and adventures, and how he considers himself to be the toughest sailor on the seven seas.


In this short, Sindbad the Sailor (actually Bluto, in one of his various incarnations to oppose Popeye) proclaims himself, in song, to be the greatest sailor, adventurer and lover in the world, a handsome bloke, and "the most remarkable, extraordinary fellow," a claim which is challenged by Popeye's arrival on his island with Olive Oyl and J. Wellington Wimpy in tow. Sindbad orders his huge Roc, Rokh, to kidnap Popeye's sweetheart, and treats the squinty-eyed sailor to a series of challenges to prove his greatness, including fighting Rokh, a two-headed giant named Boola, and Sindbad himself. Popeye makes short work of the bird and the giant, but Sindbad almost gets the best of him until the spinach-gulping Sailorman produces a can of his nutritious greens, which gives him the edge to soundly defeat Sindbad and proclaim himself "the most remarkable, extraordinary fellow."


Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor is a two-reel animated cartoon short subject in the Popeye Color Feature series, produced in Technicolor and released to theatres on November 27, 1936 by Paramount Pictures. It was produced by Max Fleischer for Fleischer Studios, Inc. and directed by Dave Fleischer, with the title song by Sammy Timberg. The voices of Popeye and J. Wellington Wimpy are performed by Jack Mercer, with additional voices by Mae Questel as Olive Oyl, and Gus Wickie as Sindbad the Sailor. In this short, Sindbad the Sailor (presumably Bluto playing a "role") proclaims himself, in song, to be the greatest sailor, adventurer and lover in the world and "the most remarkable, extraordinary fellow," a claim that is inadvertently challenged by Popeye as he innocently sings his usual song while sailing by within earshot of Sindbad's island with Olive Oyl and J. Wellington Wimpy on board. Sindbad orders his huge roc, to kidnap Popeye's girlfriend, Olive Oyl, and wreck Popeye's ship, forcing him and Wimpy to swim to shore. Sinbad relishes making Olive his trophy wife, which is interrupted by Popeye's arrival. Sinbad then challenges the one-eyed sailor to a series of obstacles to prove his greatness, including fighting the roc, a two-headed giant named Boola (an apparent parody reference to The Three Stooges), and Sindbad himself. Popeye makes short work of the bird and the giant, but Sindbad almost gets the best of him until Popeye produces his can of spinach, which gives him the power to soundly defeat Sindbad and proclaim himself "the most remarkable, extraordinary fella." A subtly dark running gag features the hamburger-loving Wimpy chasing after a duck on the island with a meat grinder, with the intention of grinding it up so that he can fry it into his favorite dish, but the duck not only escapes, but also snatches away Wimpy's last burger in retaliation when he gives up. Many of the scenes in this short feature make use of the Fleischer's "Steroptical Process", or "Setback Tabletop" process, which used modeled sets to create 3D backgrounds for the cartoon. 041b061a72


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