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Popeye (Character)
from Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves (1937)

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Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves (1937)
[crossing the desert]
Popeye: I wish there was a boardwalk on this beach. If I had some bread I'd make a sandwich if I had a which...

Abu Hassan: [toying around] Look, look, look, see!
Popeye: Huh?
[With a laugh, Abu Hassan steals Popeye's belt]
Popeye: Hey, give me back me belt, I paid a good price for that!... Okay, watch this one. Abba-dabba-dabba!
[Popeye pulls out Abu Hassan's underwear]
Popeye: Abu Hassan got them anymore!
Abu Hassan: You want to make fool from me, eh?
Popeye: Ah, nature beat me to it!

Popeye: [points at a police station] I'll ask in there for bandits...
[then points to a cafe]
Popeye: ...but first we'll go in there for a cup of cafe.

Popeye: [hiding in Abu Hassan's clothes] Here I am! Over here! Peekaboo! I see you!
[punches Hassan repeatedly]

Abu Hassan: Open sesame!
Popeye: [hidden, waiting for Abu Hassan] Open what?
[a secret door opens and Abu and his thieves go in]
Popeye: [rushing up] Wait for me! Wait for me!
Abu Hassan: Close sesame!
[the door shuts just as Popeye reaches it]
Popeye: I wonder what that word was he used when he opened this door? Open sissy! Open sayso! Ah, that can't be it.
[charges at the door, but it won't budge]
Popeye: It's givin' way, it's givin' way! No, that was me givin' way.

[Popeye is on patrol at a Coast Guard Station, with Olive and Wimpy keeping him company]
Olive Oyl: Popeye, come here, I've got a surprise!
[kisses him]
Popeye: [jolted] Left guard, right, front and center!
[Olive kisses him again]
Popeye: [jolted] As you were, attention, right side up!
Olive Oyl: Oooh, if you aren't just too-too...!

Radio: Attention everybody! Alarm! Abu Hassan the bandit has escaped, last seen headed thataway!
Wimpy: Whichaway?
Radio: [a finger popping out] Thataway!
[steals Wimpy's hamburger]
Popeye: Whoa! Man the arms!
[starts a seaplane]

[the seaplane's engine coughs and splutters]
Popeye: Maybe I should trade this in...
[the seaplane breaks down in mid-air]
Popeye: Something is definitely wrong... I'm right, that's wrong!

[the trio come across a red light in the desert]
Popeye: Rest!
[they rest for a minute, the light turns green and they proceed on]
Popeye: Come on, we got the green light with us, You know, I could go for an ice cold chocolate soda right now...

Wimpy: Popeye, Olive Oyl has collapsed completely!
Popeye: Whoa! Come on, keep your back up tight, Olive!
[makes Olive walk on fours like a camel]

[the forty thieves attack in twos]
Popeye: [delivering punches] Two, four, six, eight, ten, twelve, fourteen, sixteen, eighteen, twenty, twenty-two, twenty-four, twenty-six, twenty-eight, thirty, thirty-two, thirty-four, thirty-six, thirty-eight, forty!

[Abu Hassan traps Popeye in a chandelier]
Popeye: Whoa, I'm burning the candle at both ends!

Popeye: [in a chandelier] Hey, what am I hanging around here for?

[Popeye carves an opening into Abu Hassan's hideout]
Popeye: It's a violation for not having no exit which you can go into...

Popeye: [to Abu Hassan] Hey, you gotta give back all them jewels to the people you took!
[notices a chained Wimpy]
Popeye: Oh, hello, Wimpy. How did you get in here, young fella?
[kicks a chicken over to Wimpy]

[Popeye can't stand it anymore, and pulls out a can of spinach]
Popeye: Open, says me!
[the can magically opens]

[Popeye and Wimpy leave in a seaplane to capture Abu Hassan]
Olive Oyl: You're taking me! You're taking me! Wait for me!
[grabs the seaplane by its tail as it takes off, Wimpy helps her inside]
Popeye: This ain't nothing for women! We're out hunting bandits!

[flying a seaplane]
Popeye: Ceiling: zero! Visikibility: clearo!

[searching for Abu Hassan in a seaplane]
Popeye: Maybe we better try across the strait...

[in the desert, Wimpy sees a table laden with... ]
Wimpy: FOOD!
[rushes forwards, but it disappears]
Wimpy: Oh, what a disappointment.
Popeye: Oh, Wimpy... would you care to join us, young fella? You know, that's just one of them invisible garages that you can't see on the desert, that's all.

Popeye: Come on Olive, we got to save women and children from bandits! I'll get you out of this desert someway!
[ties the trio's hands and legs together to form a human tank tread, and gets it running]
Popeye: I tank she's home now!

[arriving in town]
Popeye: [seeing a water pump] Water! Oh boy! Come on, I'll revise yez!

[at a cafe]
Popeye: [bangs the table] SERVICE!
Olive Oyl: Yeah, that's what we want, service!
Popeye: [bangs the table] SERVICE!

[looking at a waiter with a large turban]
Popeye: Honeywax, huh?

Popeye: [looking at the foreign menu] Hey, what is this, double billing? I didn't send out any laundry. I can read reading, but I can't read writing. This writing is wrote rotten, if you happen to ask me...
Popeye: [to the waiter] Hey, this Chinese is Greek to me! Haven't you got something to eat?
[the waiter folds the menu into an English-reading version]
Popeye: Oh, that's better. Bring me some dessert without any sand in it, and some sandwiches there...

Abu Hassan: Giddup horsy!
[charges at Popeye]
Popeye: [fists up] Come on!
Abu Hassan: Hat!
[steals Popeye's hat as he passes by him]
Popeye: [disoriented] There must be a gale wind blowing through here someplace...
Abu Hassan: Shirt!
[passes by Popeye again, and takes his shirt off him]
Popeye: Shirt?... SHIRT! Hey, gimme back me shirt! What's the big idea? Stop, in the name of the Coast Guard!
[grabs Abu Hassan, pulls him off his horse and gets back his hat and shirt]

Abu Hassan: Oh, you little tough, eh?
Popeye: [flattered] I make a pretty good model, huh? Take me home for a dollar ninety-eight, for half the price. How good is that?

Popeye: [mounts a camel] Taxi! Taxi! Follow that Abracadabra Hassan guy over there! Come on, get going!
[the camel rises and begins a languid walk]
Popeye: You're way ahead of them! Attaboy! Show 'em your heels!... What's the matter with you, you sick or something?
[looks at the camel's feet]
Popeye: Hey, you got four flats! No wonder you can't run! Come on, there, camel cakes, step on it! Let's get going!

[pumping a camel full of water]
Popeye: Boy, you eat up an awful lot of gas for only a two-cylinder!

Popeye: Come on, the whole forty of you, I'll take you on one at a time!

[Popeye is thrown down a well]
Popeye: Hey, what is this, a wishing well or something? I wish I was out of this place, that's what I wish...
[a shark appears and makes several leaps to bite Popeye]
Popeye: Whoa! It's just a little flounder... Whoa! It's just a little snapper... Whoa! Hey, if you love me, I'll bite your teeth out! Whoa!... Oh, yeah?
[sees the forty thieves laughing at him from above]
Popeye: Oh, boy, somebody's gonna be sorry for this!
[claps the shark's jaws shut]
Popeye: That'll hold you for a while!

[Popeye eats spinach and rushes up the well]
Popeye: WATCH OUT!
[scatters Abu Hassan and the thieves]

[the forty thieves attack in fives]
Popeye: [delivering punches] Five, ten, fifteen, twenty, twenty-five, thirty, thirty-five, forty!

[Ten of Hassan's best thieves form a phalanx]
Popeye: Oh, yeah?
[turns into a bowling ball and knocks down the ten guards]
Popeye: How does that strike you?

[last lines]
[Popeye, Olive and Wimpy return all the stolen goods to the citadel, in a carriage driven by Abu Hassan and his forty thieves]
Popeye: I may be a shorty, but I licked the forty / I'm Popeye the Sailor Man!

Popeye (1980)
Popeye: [to a photo of his Pappy] Poppa. Pretty soon, you and me are going to be together again, huh? Yeah. Thirty years ain't that long. Besides, next Wednesday's our annual-versity. Yeah? Yeah. Stay alive. That's all I'm axskin' you. Good night, Poppa.

Popeye: Another thing I got is a sensk of humiligration. Now, maybe you swabs can pool your intelligensk and sees that I'm axking you for an apologeky.

Bluto: So you don't like spinach?
Popeye: I hates it.

Poopdeck Pappy: Eat that spinach.
Popeye: I don't wanna eat that spinach.
Poopdeck Pappy: Eat that spinach, you brat!
Popeye: I don't wanna eat that spinach!
Poopdeck Pappy: Uuuuuggggghhh!
Popeye: I don't wanna eat that spinach! I don't wanna! Waaaaaaaaahhhhhhh!
Poopdeck Pappy: You eat that spinach!
Popeye: Waaaaaaaahhhhhhhh!
Poopdeck Pappy: You disobedient brat!
Popeye: Waaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh!
Poopdeck Pappy: You was disobedient when you was two, and you're still disobedient now!

Poopdeck Pappy: You wouldn't eat your spinach. Spinach what kept our family strong for thousands of years. And what does me only oxspring do with it?
Popeye, Poopdeck Pappy: He spits it up!

Popeye: I know you ain't down there. Now where ain't me Swee'Pea?

Poopdeck Pappy: His mother ups and dies, and he wouldn't eat his spinach.
Popeye: She choked on it, pop.
Poopdeck Pappy: His poppa out of work, and he wouldn't eat his spinach.
Popeye: It wasn't my fault.
Poopdeck Pappy: The whole country in a depressigan. Oooooohhhh, and he wouldn't eat is spinach.
Popeye: That was Coolidge, Poppa.
Poopdeck Pappy: His poppa going hungry. Going off to steal. Stealing what?
Poopdeck Pappy, Popeye: Spinach!
Poopdeck Pappy: So his ungrate son could grow up big and strong.
[Popeye throws the spinach behind his back]
Poopdeck Pappy: You know what I done? You know what I done when the G Man catched me and thrung me in jail?
Popeye: No.
Poopdeck Pappy: Hmm? I laughed.
Popeye: Yeah. You laughed?
Poopdeck Pappy: I laughed a whole year. Ha ha ha.

Popeye: I'm your one and only exspring. See, we got the same bulgy arms.
Poopdeck Pappy: No resemblance.
Popeye: We-we got the same squinky eye.
Poopdeck Pappy: What squinky eye?
Popeye: That's going to be hard for you to see. Oh, we even got the same pipe, Pap.
Poopdeck Pappy: You idiot, you can't inherit a pipe! Ooh, I am poppa to no male. Nor no female child. That no court could prove otherwise.

Popeye: If I was gonna be Swee'Pea's mother, I should've at least let Olive be his father. Or viska versa. I ain't man enough to be no mother.

Popeye: Ya got a room for renk?
Nana Oyl: What for what?
Popeye: Renk, renk. Your sign says ya got a room for renk.
Nana Oyl: Oh, my stars and gardens! My mind was a million miles away. Come in before you catch your death of mud.
Popeye: Mud?
[Reads name on mailbox]
Popeye: Oyls. That explains it. She's down a quart.

Nana Oyl: Olive, will you show Mister... Mister...
Popeye: Oh. Popeye, ma'am.
Nana Oyl: Mr. Eye the spare room?

Popeye: I oughta busk you right in the mush.

Popeye: Oh, what am I? Some kind of barnicle on the dinghy of life? Oh, I ain't no doctors, but I knows that I'm losing me patience. What am I? Some kind of judge or lawyers? Maybe not, but I knows what law suitks me.
[to the prositute]
Popeye: Careful there, don't ruffle me feathers.
[to himself again]
Popeye: What am I? I ain't no physcikisk, but I knows what matters. What am I? I'm Popeye the Sailor.

Popeye: Bluto. Even though you're bigger than me, you can't win, 'cause you're bad, and the good always wins over the bad.

Popeye: [singing] I yam what I yam and I yam what I yam that I yam / And I got a lotta muscle and I only gots one eye / And I'll never hurt nobodys and I'll never tell a lie / Top to me bottom and me bottom to me top / That's the way it is 'til the day that I drop, what am I? / I yam what I yam.

Popeye: They've got me Olive Oyl and Swee'Pea.
Poopdeck Pappy: Olive Oyl? Swee'Pea? What are you doing, making a salad?

Popeye: Where ain't they?
Wimpy: They ain't on the commodore's boat.
Popeye: That's where they ain't? Well if that's where they ain't, I'll prove to you that that's where they ain't.

Chorus: [singing] He's Popeye the Sailor Man. He's Popeye the Sailor Man. He's strong to the finich cause he eats his spinach, he's Popeye the sailor man.
Popeye: [singing] I'm one tough gazookas that hates all palookas that ain't on the up and square. I biffs 'em and buffs 'em and always out-roughs 'em and none of 'em gets nowhere.
Chorus: [singing] If anyone dashes to risks his fists, it's buff, and it's wham, understand?
Popeye: [singing] So keep good behavior, it's your one lifesaver, with Popeye the Sailor Man.

Popeye: [to the Oyls when they enter the Gambling den] Oh, what is this? A house of ill repukes? Ooh, who'd bring me infant to this den of immoraliky? Don't touch nothin', you might get a venerable disease.

[Olive accidentally bumps into Popeye on the street and he started to swing his fists]
Olive Oyl: You scared the wits out of me.
Popeye: [Under his breath] Almost knocked'em outta you too.

The Tax Man: You just docked?
Popeye: I has.
The Tax Man: Ah ha, let's see here, that'll be 25¢ docking tax.
Popeye: What for?
The Tax Man: Where's your sea craft?
Popeye: It ain't no sea craft, it's me dinghy and it's under the wharf.
The Tax Man: Ah ha. ahh-ha. This your goods?
Popeye: They is.
The Tax Man: Yeah. You're new in town right?
Popeye: If you call this a town, yes.
The Tax Man: Well, first of all, there's 17¢ new-in-town tax, and there's 45¢ rowboat-under-the-wharf tax, and one dollar leaving-your-junk-lying-around-the-wharf tax, so all together, you owe the Commodore $1.87.
Popeye: Uh, who's this Commodore?
The Tax Man: Is that the nature of question? There's a nickel question tax.

Popeye: [Comes up to Geezil's grocery stand] Bunch of carrots?
Geezil: Nah.
Popeye: Ain't got no carrots?
[Points to them]
Popeye: What are those? Prunes?
Geezil: Phooey on carrots!
[Picks up can]
Geezil: Take broccoli!
Popeye: I'm in the mood for carrots. I need me vitamins.
Geezil: [Puts down can, then picks up another can] Phooey on carrots! Take spinach!
Popeye: If I wanted spinach, I'd ask for spinach.
Geezil: Well, why didn't you say so?
[Puts down can and picks up the bunch of carrots]
Geezil: For you, each a dollar.
Popeye: How much is the broccoli?
Geezil: Nickel, maybe dime.
Popeye: And the spinach?
Geezil: Dime, maybe quarter.
Popeye: Then how come carrots is a dollar?
Geezil: Dollar fifty. You buy what I don't feel like selling will cost you two dollars.
[Takes the carrots and tosses Geezil a nickel]
Geezil: Ah ah ah! Deadbeat, nope! This is a nickel!
Popeye: I'm payin' what me feels like payin'.
[Walks away laughing]

Poopdeck Pappy: Cut me down. Cut me down.
Popeye: [Grabbing a knife] Cut ya down, cut ya down.
Poopdeck Pappy: Cut me down.
[Popeye does. Pappy lands flat on his face and breaking the chair]
Poopdeck Pappy: Ugh, you idiot.
Popeye: You said cut you down.
Poopdeck Pappy: I didn't say *cut* me down. I said *get* me down, *get* me down. And don't you ever pick up another knife, if you do, I'll make you eat it. You'll be known as the Sword Swallowin' Sailor.

Popeye: I is disgustipated.

Popeye: What are you doing, Pappy? You can't fire that thing. There's women and infinks on that boat!
Poopdeck Pappy: Would you stop worrying? All I'm gonna do is fire a warning shot right across the bow. Don't you thinks I knows what I'm doing?

Popeye: What are you doing, there? No childs 'o mine will be exploiticated for ill-gotten gains.
[takes Swee'Pea]
Popeye: Yeah, that's true. You're gonna be president one day...
Olive Oyl: It is not ill-gotten, it's GOOD-gotten gains. These races will clothe us, and feed us, and save us.
Popeye: Wrong is wrong, even when it helps ya.
Wimpy: The horses are at the gates.
Olive Oyl: I think family is more important than dumb morality, hmm?

Olive Oyl: Goochy goo.
Popeye: None of that baby talk around me son. Me son is gonna be a man infink, not a baby infink. Come to poppa, me little Swee'Pea. You're me little Swee'Pea.
Olive Oyl: Swee'Pea? You're bats.
Popeye: I found him in Sweethaven, that's why he is me Swee'Pea. I am calling him Swee'Pea and that is his name. Ain't that the truth?
Olive Oyl: Swee'Pea is the worst name I've ever heard on a baby.
Popeye: Well what do you wants me to call him? Baby Oyl?

Popeye: So, you're just a landlubber, ain't you?
Olive Oyl: Oh yeah? Well, I am a woman.
Popeye: Oh yeah? Well, I am a mother.

Popeye: [when Bluto sinks him during a fight] Goodnight, Irene!

Popeye - Animated Prologue: Hey, what's this? One of Bluto's tricks? I'm in the wrong movie.

Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor (1936)
Popeye: Don't you think we'd better talk this thing over...?
Sindbad the Sailor: Try and get out of THIS one!
[throws Popeye to Boola the two-headed giant]

Olive Oyl: Give it to him, Popeye! Give him the twister punch!
Popeye: [twisting his arm] One twister punch coming up!

Sindbad the Sailor: Who invited you?
Popeye: I did! What are you gonna do about it?

Popeye: [to Wimpy] Hey, we gotta save Olive Oyl! Into the drink!
[jumps into the ocean with Wimpy in tow]

Popeye: [reading a sign] "The Isle of Sindbad. Enter Not! For whoso-ever passeth in... passeth out!"

[Wimpy appears in Sindbad's lair]
Popeye: How did you get in here?

Popeye: Hey, I wants me girl!
Sindbad the Sailor: Oh, yeah?
Popeye: Yeah!
Sindbad the Sailor: Who are you?
Popeye: [sing-song] I'm Popeye the Sailor Man! Who are you?
Sindbad the Sailor: Who am I?
Popeye: You heard what I said.
Sindbad the Sailor: WHO AM I?
Popeye: That's what I said.
Sindbad the Sailor: Who's the most remarkable extra-ordinary fellow?
Everyone: YOU! Sindbad the Sailor!
Sindbad the Sailor: Who's the most phenomenal extra-special kind of fellow?
Everyone: YOU! Sindbad the Sailor!
Sindbad the Sailor: I'm afraid of nobody under the sun/ All I say is "Boo!" and my enemies run! Who's the most remarkable extraordinary fellow? Who?
Popeye: Popeye the Sailor! You got a long way to go, young fellow...
Sindbad the Sailor: [enraged, grabs Popeye] Well, let's see how brave you are!
[throws him into the talons of the roc]

[Popeye's can of spinach rolls off a cliff... ]
Popeye: [catching the can] Ah-ah-ah-ah! Don't leave me now!

[the roc capsizes Popeye's ship]
Popeye: Whoa! Man the lifeboats!
[Popeye falls into the sea, but climbs aboard the overturned hull, carrying Wimpy with him]
Popeye: That was a nice ship we had once...

[after defeating Boola]
Popeye: Who's gonna make who like chicken fricassicassissy?

Popeye: [to Boola] Two against one, huh?
[knocks Boola's two heads, twice]
Popeye: How do you like that?
[the two heads start arguing]
Boola: [left head] What for you like that? Popeye smack our face!
Boola: [right head] How do YOU like about that? You hold that Popeye in this hand!
Boola: [left head] Bicarbonate, if I had that mug in this hand, I make from him special dish of chopped fricassee-sees!
Boola: [right head] I do not like chop-you-apart fricassee-sees!
Boola: [left head] I make for you to like it!
[Boola's left hand punches his right head]

Popeye: [singing] I'm Popeye the Sailor Man / Popeye the Sailor Man / I'm strong to the finich, cause I eats me spinach / I'm Popeye the Sailor Man! I'm one tough gazookus, which hates all palookas / but takes on the up and square / I biffs 'em and boffs 'em , and always out-ruffs 'em / but none of them gets nowhere! / If anyone messes to risk, me fisk / It's bop and it's wham, understand? / So keep good behavior, that's your one lifesaver / with Popeye the Sailor Man! I'm Popeye the Sailor Man / Popeye the Sailor Man / I'm strong to the finich, cause I eats me spinach / I'm Popeye the Swab-Wailor Man!

Popeye: [to Wimpy] Hey, did you see the same thing I saw?... Better take another look at that thing to see what that was...
[takes out a telescope to look at the rokh]
Popeye: [toots his pipe] That's the biggest buzzard I ever saw!

Olive Oyl: Help! Popeye, save me!
Popeye: I'm coming Olive, I just got a little wall here!

[the rokh carries Popeye in his talons]
Popeye: Oh! Oh, what's this? Hey, let me down, you big overgrown canary! What're you doing, taking me for a ride or something like that? Hey, let me loose, you big feathered...! I'm not going your way! Come on, let me go...!
[as a tearful Olive and a laughing Sindbad watch, the rokh carries Popeye to an island and explosive noises occur... ]
Olive Oyl: [in tears] Oh, Popeye! Oh, Popeye, my Popeye, come back! Come back to me!
[Popeye returns with the rokh roasted on a giant platter]
Popeye: There you are, with gravy!
[Sindbad moans in shock, while Popeye and Olive laugh]
Popeye: [laughs] Oh, his goose is cooked!

Sindbad the Sailor: There's only room for one great sailor in this world, and that's ME!
Popeye: Oh, sez you?
[the two charge at each other]

Popeye: [being pushed by Sindbad] Hey, what are you doing? Hey, you can push me just so far...

[Sindbad squeezes Popeye so hard is face turns beetroot-red, and even temporarily becomes a beetroot]
Popeye: Beets is for beat!
[hits Sindbad]

Popeye: [hits Sindbad] Peekaboo!

[last lines]
Popeye: Who's the most remarkable extra-ordinary fella?
Everyone: YOU! Popeye the Sailor!

Protek the Weakerist (1937)
Popeye: Peekingneeses is weak in the knees and I don't like these, you sees?

Popeye: You're an anemic dog and I likes bloodhounds, you see.

[Popeye has been slammed into a brick wall]
Popeye: Oh, I'm mortarfied!

Olive Oyl: [answers the door] Oh, hello, Popeye, you're just in time to take Fluffy for a walk!
Popeye: [looking at the Pekingese] I think I came a little too early if you ask me... A he-man like I am can't be seen with a girly dog like that one!
Olive Oyl: That's what you think. Bring him back in about an hour!
[shuts the door]

Popeye: Hey, call your dorg back or he'll kill that pup to death!
[goes to help Fluffy but Bluto grabs him]
Bluto: Let him fight his own battle!
[knocks Popeye into a brick wall]
Bluto: [laughs] A hole in one!

[in the middle of a fight]
Popeye: [shakes Fluffy's hand] Nice work, young fella!
[both get back to their punch-ups]

Popeye: [punches Bluto] One for the money, two for the show, three to get ready and four to go!

[last lines]
Popeye: I'm Popeye the Sailor Man!
[Fluffy barks twice]
Popeye: I'm Popeye the Sailor Man!
[Fluffy barks twice]
Popeye: Just 'cause you're taller, don't pick on someone smaller / I'm Popeye the Sailor Man!
[Fluffy steals his pipe and toots on it]

Popeye for President (1956)
Bluto: Now get in there and vote for...Popeye?!
Popeye: Yeah!

Popeye: What we need is bigger elephinks in all our zoos!

Popeye: Here's me past record, folks, which speaks for itself.

[first lines]
Popeye: And don't forget, folks, when you goes to the polls today, a vote for Popeye means free ice cream for all the kiddies!

[last lines]
Popeye: Garshk!

She-Sick Sailors (1944)
Popeye: [to Bluto, disguised as Superman] Listen here, Stupidman, you still has to proves to me that you're a better man than I am.

Popeye: [about Bluto, disguised as Superman] Well, blow me down. If he ain't a real human being.

Olive Oyl: Look! Up in the sky!
Bluto: It's an eagle!
Olive Oyl: It's a rocket!
Bluto: It's a meteor!
Popeye: It's Popeye the Sailor!

Popeye: I'm flabberblasted.

Popeye: Saved by me spinach!

Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp (1939)
[as his face turns several different colors while wooing the Princess]
Popeye/Aladdin: I never made love in Technicolor before.

Popeye/Aladdin: A wish?
[Under his breath]
Popeye/Aladdin: Wish, wish, I can have a wish huh?
Popeye/Aladdin: Well I wish I was out of here. Can you shows me the entrance to the exit?
Genie: You bet.
[Makes a giant hole in the wall of the cave that has an escalator leading out]
Popeye/Aladdin: Wow, an escalavator.

Popeye/Aladdin: I've never made love in Technicolor before.

Blow Me Down! (1933)
[first lines]
Popeye: [singing] I'm Popeye the sailor man! I'm Popeye the sailor man! I'm strong to the finitch, 'cause I eats me spinach. I'm Popeye the sailor man!

Popeye: I wants a bouquet of flowers for my sweet patootie.

[last lines]
Popeye: I'm Popeye the sailor man!

Never Kick a Woman (1936)
[first lines]
Popeye: That's not so bad for the weaker sex, huh?
Olive Oyl: Mm-hm. She doesn't look so weak to me.

Popeye: [singing] Learn the art of self-defense; / And you'll win your arguments. / Just be ready with your right / What those who always look for fights.
Popeye: [aside] Go right in, Olive.
Popeye: [singing] Punch 'em, sock 'em, stop and swing; / Eat your spinach, that's the thing. / You will win your arguments / If you learn the art of self-defense.

[the woman boxer walks in]
Popeye: Nice equipment they got here.

A Dream Walking (1934)
[first lines]
Bluto: What's that?
Popeye: It's Olive Oyl! I've gotta save her!
Bluto: I'll save her, you pop-eyed freak!

Popeye: Hey, hey, there's a sleepwalker up there!
Wimpy: She'll awaken when she falls.

[last lines]
Popeye: I saw my duty and done it... 'cause I'm Popeye the sailor man!

Can You Take It (1934)
Popeye: I wants to join!

[Popeye is in hospital after the beating he got]
Bluto: [laughing] He wanted to be a member...!
Popeye: [overhearing] Ain't I a member?
Olive Oyl: No! You can't take it!
Popeye: [enraged, knocks away his medicine] Who sez I can't?

"Popeye the Sailor: Olive Drab and the Seven Sweapeas (#1.92)" (1960)
[first lines]
Popeye: [narrating] Oncek upon a time, there lived a beautiful princekess named Olive Drab.

[last lines]
Popeye: [narrating] And so, Princekess Olive Drab and Princek Popeye lived happkily ever after.

"Popeye the Sailor: Wimpy the Moocher (#1.161)" (1960)
[first lines]
Popeye: Oysters on the half-shell are the specialty of the day at Rough House's diner, Olive.

[last lines]
Popeye: [laughing] Rough House can't be gypped by Wimpy!

"Popeye the Sailor: Mississippi Sissy (#1.128)" (1960)
[first lines]
Popeye: [narrating] I was sailing aboard the riverboat by name of the Bella Queen, down the Misskissippi from Cairo to the port of New Orleans.

[last lines]
Popeye: That's what I getsk for interfering with the mail delivery.

Bride and Gloom (1954)
[first lines]
Olive Oyl: Just think, Popeye, tomorrow is our wedding day.
Popeye: Yeah, Olive. I can't wait!

[last lines]
Popeye: Good morning, sweetheart! Your lover boy is ready to get married.
Olive Oyl: Popeye, I-ain't-gonna-get-married!
[Olive clobbers Popeye with a chest of drawers]
Popeye: Confucius say, "Female - she is fickle!"

Customers Wanted (1939)
Popeye: Half price for children as well as people alike.

Wimpy: I'm expecting a check.
Popeye: [Under his breath] Oh you're lucky.
Wimpy: Would you loan me a penny for which I will gladly pay you Tuesday.
Popeye: [Handing him a penny] Okay I'll think it over, young fella.

"Popeye the Sailor: Mueller's Mad Monster (#1.6)" (1960)
Popeye: As one monsker to another, let's settle this fair and square.

[last lines]
Popeye: That's my Olive!

"Popeye the Sailor: Me Quest for Poopdeck Pappy (#1.157)" (1960)
[first lines]
Popeye: [singing] I'm Popeye the sailor man. / I'm Popeye the sailor man. / I'm off on a trip / On me sturdy old ship. / I'm Popeye the sailor man.

[last lines]
Poopdeck Pappy: [singing] Now I am happy, / I found I'm the pappy...
Popeye: [singing] Of Popeye the sailor man!

Fright to the Finish (1954)
Olive Oyl: Popeye! There's a headless man at the door!
[sticks her head under the rug]
Popeye: There ain't no such animal.

Popeye: [Olive runs past him scared] Gosh Olive, I didn't recognize you without your skin on.

Big Bad Sindbad (1952)
[first lines]
Popeye: If you kids wants to be sailors like your Uncle Popeye, you'll has to loin about them.

[last lines]
Popeye: And that's why I'm the greatestk sailor in the woild! Huh?

Me Musical Nephews (1942)
Popeye's nephews: Once upon a time...
Popeye: There was a big red hooding ride who sat on a muffet and said, "Oh grandma, what big feet you got" So he chopped off his head with a giant beanstalk and they lived happy ever after. Come on, you gotta go to bed now.

Popeye's nephews: [saying their prayers] Bless Olive Oyl, and Swee'Pea, and Wimpy, and Bluto, AND POPEYE! And all the people who come to see our pictures.

Little Swee'pea (1936)
Popeye: I've comes to take ya to the zoo to see the aminals.
Olive Oyl: I'm too busy, Popeye.
Popeye: [Under his breath] Oh, your loss.

Popeye: [singing] There's no ifs, ans or maybes / I'll never have babies / I'm Popeye the Sailor Man!

The Man on the Flying Trapeze (1934)
[first lines]
Popeye: [singing] I yam what I yam, / And that's all what I yam. / I'm Popeye the sailor man. / I'm Popeye the sailor man. / I'm strong to the finitch / 'Cause I eats me spinach. / I'm Popeye the sailor man.

[last lines]
Popeye: [singing] I'm Popeye the sailor man!

Axe Me Another (1934)
Popeye: Anyone who hates spinach is my emeny!

[repeated line]
Popeye: [singing, to Pierre Bluto] I'll do anything that you do!

Baby Wants Spinach (1950)
Popeye: [Popeye sees Sweetpea dive into a pond full of alligators] Sweetpea! You'll be killed to death!

Private Eye Popeye (1954)
Popeye: Just as I thought! It's the butler!

"Popeye the Sailor: Little Olive Riding Hood (#1.71)" (1960)
[first lines]
Popeye: Swee'pea, I'm about to tells ya a real, true fairy story.

"Popeye the Sailor: College of Hard Knocks (#1.10)" (1960)
Olive Oyl: Popeye, you're uncouth.
Popeye: Oh, yeah? I'm as couth as the average rowdy.

A Clean Shaven Man (1936)
Popeye: [reading sign in Wimpy's deserted barber shop] "Barber out getting a shave."
Bluto: He's probably out getting some hamburgers.

The Paneless Window Washer (1937)
Bluto: Window cleaner!
Olive Oyl: Oh not today, thank you.
Bluto: What do you mean? Why not today thank you?
Popeye: 'Cause I'm gonna wash'em. That's why not today thank you.

"Popeye the Sailor: Matinee Idol Popeye (#1.45)" (1960)
Popeye: [putting his head in a lion's mouth] I feels like a Peeping Tom.

"Popeye the Sailor: Hits and Missiles (#1.1)" (1960)
[last lines]
Popeye: [singing] Cheese is strong to the finitch / When mixed with some spinach, / Says Popeye the Sailor Man!

"Popeye the Sailor: Popeye's Hypnotic Glance (#1.72)" (1960)
[last lines]
Popeye: And I loves this little double-datin' on account of I'm Popeye the sailor man.

Happy Birthdaze (1943)
[Shorty pulls out a gun to commit suicide]
Popeye: Hey, what's eatin' you?
Shorty: Gee, I never get no letters! Nobody loves me!
Popeye: That's funny; I likes ya. Yer cute, an' good lookin'! Why, ya looks like Bob Hope!
[Shorty pulls out an even BIGGER gun to commit suicide]
Popeye: Er, I mean, uh, Bing Crosby!

"Popeye the Sailor: The Big Sneeze (#1.37)" (1960)
[last lines]
Popeye: [singing] You'll be warm at the finish / Eatin' your spinach / Says Popeye the sailor man!

Never Sock a Baby (1939)
[last lines]
Popeye: If you spanks kids, I betcha / Your conscience will getcha / says Popeye the Sailor Man.
[toots pipe]

"Popeye the Sailor: Voo-Doo to You Too (#1.162)" (1960)
[last lines]
Popeye: It may sound amusin' / But women are confusin' / To Popeye the sailor man.

"Popeye the Sailor: Muskels Schmuskels (#1.3)" (1960)
[first lines]
Olive Oyl: [watching Brutus the strongman perform] Oh, Popeye, what a gorgeous hunk of man. What lovely muscles!
Popeye: Muskels schmuskels.

"Popeye the Sailor: Operation Ice-Tickle (#2.22)" (1961)
[first lines]
Popeye: Hiya, Olive. How's about goin' for a little stroll in the park?

"Popeye the Sailor: Invisible Popeye (#1.116)" (1960)
[last lines]
Popeye: Garsh. This invisibiliky has ruined my visibiliky.

A Date to Skate (1938)
Popeye: What foot are you?
Olive Oyl: I take a three and a half, but an eight feels so good.
Popeye: Better get twelves, huh?

"Popeye the Sailor: Coffee House (#1.51)" (1960)
[last lines]
Olive Oyl: Oh, Popeye, you are the most, the absolute highest, the farthest out, the utmost, the kookiest. And besides that, you're hip. Crazy and cool, real cool!
Popeye: Like, I am what I am.

Wild Elephinks (1933)
Lion: I'm king!
Popeye: Then I'll crown you!
[punches lion on head; bump forms into crown]

"Popeye the Sailor: Popeye and the Dragon (#1.59)" (1960)
[last lines]
Popeye: Me favorite dish: Popeye spinach kabobs.

Klondike Casanova (1946)
Popeye: [while Dan Mc.Bluto is wooing Olive Oyl, Popeye furiously crunches a wooden stool into dust] I swear if I didn't have no self-control, I'd turn green with envy!

Olive Oyl and Water Don't Mix (1942)
Popeye: [to Olive Oyl] You know you're awful pretty!
Olive Oyl: [to Popeye] You're pretty awful yourself!
Popeye: Oh, thank you!

"Popeye the Sailor: Popeye and the Spinach Stalk (#1.88)" (1960)
[last lines]
Popeye: [singing] I'm strong to the finitch / 'Cause I eats me spinach. / I'm Popeye the sailor man.

"Popeye the Sailor: Motor Knocks (#2.2)" (1961)
[last lines]
Popeye: [singing] When it comes to gyppers, / I clobber them clippers; / I'm Popeye the Sailor Man!

"Popeye the Sailor: Old Salt Tale (#1.118)" (1960)
[last lines]
Popeye: And that's why the sea is salty.
Swee'Pea: The ocean is salty from mineral and animal deposits of sodium chloride in solution.
Olive Oyl: Anybody knows that, Popeye.
Popeye: Yeah, anybody 'cept a salty sailor.

"Popeye the Sailor: Popeye and the Giant (#1.83)" (1960)
[last lines]
Popeye: Big or small, Wimpy always keeps his appetike.

"Popeye the Sailor: Barbecue for Two (#1.2)" (1960)
[first lines]
Popeye: [singing] Barbecue, doh-de-diddly-do, for me and me sweetie!

Car-azy Drivers (1955)
Popeye: [frantic, as the car careens dangerously through the countryside] Gimme the wheel, Olive!
Olive Oyl: [literally ripping the steering wheel right out of the car] OK, Popeye, here it is.

"Popeye the Sailor: Hamburger Fishing (#1.99)" (1960)
Popeye: Drops that cow! You oughts to be kind to dumb aminals.
Wimpy: I would make very kind hamburgers, sir.

The Dance Contest (1934)
Popeye: I guess I have no sex appeal..

"Popeye the Sailor: Insultin' the Sultan (#1.42)" (1960)
[first lines]
Popeye: Oh, yeah? You women are as stubborn as a mule.

My Artistical Temperature (1937)
[Bluto is attempting to paint Olive standing on one leg, but Popeye is trying to sculpt Olive standing on one hand]
Bluto: [to Popeye] Listen, I'm doing the painting and I wanna have a horizontal, you bet?
[puts Olive on one foot]
Popeye: Oh, yeah? Well, I think she should be poipendickular!
[puts Olive on one hand]
Bluto: I said horizontal!
Popeye: Poipendickular!
Bluto: Horizontal!
Popeye: Poipendickular!
Bluto: Horizontal!
Popeye: Poipendickular!

Baby Wants a Bottleship (1942)
Popeye: [after being hit by an anchor] It should happen to Hitler.