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Poppeye Menu de navigation VideoAll-New Popeye: A Day at Muscle Beach Videos For Kids Popeye is what he is, a good-guy underdog with bulging forearms, a mean uppercut and a penchant for canned spinach. The only thing he loves more than spinach and the sea is his flighty, flirty girlfriend, Olive Oyl. Popeye (ˈpɒpaɪ) est un comic strip créé par E. C. Segar sous le nom The Thimble Theatre («Le théâtre de poche») et distribué à partir du 19 décembre par King Features. À l'origine parodie des serials mélodramatiques et du théâtre de boulevard, The Thimble Theatre évolue rapidement vers l'aventure web-media-solution.com: E. C. Segar.
Wellington Wimpy coins his famous catchphrase - "I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today". Fun Fact: His phrase originally started in as, "Cook me up a hamburger.
I'll pay you Thursday. Popeye makes his silver screen debut in the July 14, Betty Boop cartoon entitled "Popeye the Sailor", produced by Fleischer Studios and distributed by Paramount Pictures.
Popeye was originally voiced by William Costello and later by Jack Mercer. The Popeye the Sailor radio program airs minute episodes three times a week.
Spinach Capital of the World, Crystal City, Texas, erects a statue to honor E. Segar and Popeye for their influence on America's spinach eating habits, making Popeye one of the first cartoon characters ever immortalized in public sculpture.
Fun Fact: This is the first time Popeye appears in an all-white uniform. Later comic series were published by Gold Key, King Comics, Charlton Comics and Whitman Comics.
King Features Syndicate produces a new series of cartoon adventures entitled Popeye the Sailor for TV syndication.
Popeye was one of the very first Pop paintings that artist Roy Lichtenstein created in the summer of Segar, a 6 ft.
Segar Memorial Park. It includes statues honoring many other Thimble Theater characters, and features a new installment each year. An annual Popeye Picnic and parade is also held in Chester the weekend after Labor Day.
Hanna-Barbera Productions releases The All-New Popeye Hour , an animated series of minute episodes that aired as part of the CBS Sunday Morning lineup.
Later, in , the show was cut into shorter minutes episodes and re-titled The Popeye and Olive Show , which ran on CBS until BACK HOME.
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Children's Folklore: A SourceBook. Januar als Nebenfigur zum ersten Mal ein Seemann auf: Popeye. Segar verlieh ihm mit der Kapitänsmütze, dem Anker-Tattoo auf dem linken Unterarm, den grotesken Proportionen seiner Arme und einem schiefen Gesicht bedingt durch die im Mundwinkel eingequetschte Pfeife und das beständige Zukneifen eines Auges ein markantes Erscheinungsbild.
Die Figur des knurrigen, aber herzensguten und vor allem schlagfertigen Seemanns wurde schnell sehr populär, so dass Ham Gravy durch ihn ersetzt und auch Castor Oyl zunehmend an den Rand gedrängt wurde.
In der Folge führte Segar weitere interessante Figuren in die Serie ein, vor allem J. Wellington Wimpy , einen philosophierenden und opportunistischen Schmarotzer von Hamburgern.
Dieser geschaffene Charakter war später Namensgeber der Wimpy-Fast-Food-Restaurant-Kette. Es wird angenommen, dass diese Figur der Namensgeber für den US-Militärgeländewagen Willys MB war, der ab entwickelt wurde.
Popeye goes to the Commodore's ship, where he finds out that the Commodore, who has been recently tied up by Bluto, is indeed Popeye's father, Poopdeck Pappy , who accepts that Popeye is his son after exposing Popeye's hatred of Spinach.
Meanwhile, Bluto kidnaps Olive and sets sail with her and Swee'Pea to find buried treasure promised by Pappy.
Popeye, Pappy, Wimpy and the Oyl family board Pappy's ship to chase Bluto to Scab Island, a desolate island in the middle of the ocean. Popeye catches up to Bluto and fights him, but despite his determination, Popeye is overpowered.
During the fight, Pappy recovers his treasure and opens the chest to reveal a collection of personal sentimental items from Popeye's infancy, including a few cans of spinach.
A gigantic octopus awakens and attacks Olive from underwater after Pappy saves Swee'Pea from a similar fate. With Popeye in a choke hold, Pappy throws him a can of spinach; recognizing Popeye's dislike for spinach, Bluto force-feeds him the can before throwing him into the water.
The spinach revitalizes Popeye and boosts his strength, helping him to defeat both Bluto and the giant octopus. Popeye celebrates his victory and his new-found appreciation of spinach while Bluto swims off, having literally turned yellow.
According to James Robert Parish , in his book Fiasco: A History of Hollywood's Iconic Flops , the idea for the Popeye musical had its basis in the bidding war for the film adaptation of the Broadway musical Annie between the two major studios vying for the rights, Columbia and Paramount.
When Robert Evans found out that Paramount had lost the bidding for Annie , he held an executive meeting in which he asked about comic strip characters which the studio held the rights to which could also be used in order to create a movie musical, and one attendee said "Popeye".
At that time, even though King Features Syndicate now a unit of Hearst retained the television rights to Popeye and related characters, with Hanna-Barbera then producing the series The All-New Popeye Hour under license from King Features, Paramount had long held the theatrical rights to the Popeye character, due to the studio releasing Popeye cartoons produced by Fleischer Studios and Famous Studios , respectively, from to Evans commissioned Jules Feiffer to write a script.
In , he said he wanted Dustin Hoffman to play Popeye opposite Lily Tomlin as Olive Oyl, with John Schlesinger directing. Gilda Radner , then a hot new star as an original cast member of Saturday Night Live , was also considered for the Olive Oyl role.
In December , Disney joined the film as part of a two-picture co-production deal with Paramount which also included Dragonslayer.
Disney acquired the foreign rights through its Buena Vista unit; the deal was motivated by the drawing power that the studio's films had in Europe.
Principal photography commenced on January 23, The elaborate Sweethaven set was constructed beyond what was needed for filming, adding to the cost and complexity of the production, along with a recording studio, editing facilities, and other buildings related to the production, including living quarters.
Filming wrapped on June 19, , three weeks over schedule due to rough weather. According to Parish, Robin Williams referred to this set as " Stalag Altman ".
Parish notes a variety of other production problems. Feiffer's script went through rewrites during the production, and he expressed concern too much screen time was being devoted to minor characters.
He [ who? The original inflatable arms designed for the muscle-bound Popeye did not look satisfactory, so new ones were commissioned and made in Italy, leaving Altman to film scenes not showing them until the new ones arrived.