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Olive Oyl (Character)
from Blow Me Down! (1933)

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Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves (1937)
[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...!

[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!

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

Olive Oyl: [emerging from a vase] Oh, I think I'll get out of here now...
[sees bandits approaching]
Olive Oyl: Ooh, I'd better stay!
[climbs back in]

[carried off by Abu Hassan's bandits]
Olive Oyl: Popeye, they're taking me away, because they like me! They like me, they're taking me away and I don't like it...!
[a bandit shoves a boot on Olive's head to shut her up]

[in a fight, Popeye is knocked into Olive's washing tub]
Olive Oyl: Oh, this washing is getting heavier and heavier then I ca...
[hangs Popeye on the line then realizes it's him]
Olive Oyl: OH! POPEYE!
[Hugs him]
Olive Oyl: My darling, my sweetheart!


Popeye (1980)
Olive Oyl: You won a hundred and twenty samoleans?
Wimpy: You know how many hamburgers that is?

[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.

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 the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor (1936)
Olive Oyl: Give it to him, Popeye! Give him the twister punch!
Popeye: [twisting his arm] One twister punch coming up!

[the rokh capsizes Popeye's ship]
Olive Oyl: [clinging to the hull] Oh! Oh, oh dear, what happened?
[the rokh snatches Olive and flies off]
Olive Oyl: [hysteric] Oh, h-h-h-help! P-p-p-p-Popeye, save me! Oooh, let me go! Let me go! LET ME GO! No, DON'T let me go!

Sindbad the Sailor: Give up, and give us a little smack...
Olive Oyl: [hitting Sindbad] I'll give you a smack, all right! All right! There!

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!


She-Sick Sailors (1944)
Bluto: Baby, I'll stick to you like glue.
Olive Oyl: The feeling is mucilage.

[first lines]
[reading a Superman comic book]
Olive Oyl: Ah, he's my super-duper dream man!

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!

[last lines]
[Bluto has tied Olive to the railroad tracks]
Olive Oyl: Oh, save me, someone! Popeye!
[Popeye flies to the rescue and punches the railroad locomotive, turning it into scrap metal then blows his pipe triumphantly]


A Date to Skate (1938)
Olive Oyl: [after witnessing a little girl falling down outside the roller rink] Oh yeah? It's easy alright!
[Under her breath]
Olive Oyl: Well I'll take vanilla.
Popeye: [Under his breath] Well I'll take ya skatin'. Hey Olive, wait!

Olive Oyl: [singing] My heart's palpatatin'/Whenever I'm skatin'/With Popeye the Sailor Man!

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?


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!"


"Popeye the Sailor: Matinee Idol Popeye (#1.45)" (1960)
[first lines]
Olive Oyl: [as Cleopatra] Oh, Antony! Oh, Antony! You are so good to me!

[last lines]
Olive Oyl: Camera!


"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.

[last lines]
Olive Oyl: Oh, Popeye, you're a real gentleman.


"Popeye the Sailor: Plumbers Pipe Dream (#1.114)" (1960)
[first lines]
Olive Oyl: Oh! Drip, drip, drip! That dripping faucet is driving me dippy.

[last lines]
Olive Oyl: [to Popeye] You drip! You forgot to turn off the water.


"Popeye the Sailor: Coffee House (#1.51)" (1960)
[first lines]
Olive Oyl: Enter my pad. Give me the hug, Big Brain.

[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.


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.

[last lines]
Olive Oyl: [singing] You will win your arguments / If you learn the art of self-defense.


"Popeye the Sailor: Old Salt Tale (#1.118)" (1960)
[first lines]
Olive Oyl: Down by the sea side, smell the salty air! Whee! Oh, I love the salty water.

[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: Barbecue for Two (#1.2)" (1960)
Olive Oyl: Popeye! You are no gentleman! And if there's nothin' I like the least, no gentleman is the most.

[last lines]
Olive Oyl: I just love barbecues for two.


Can You Take It (1934)
[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?


Protek the Weakerist (1937)
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]


Hello How Am I (1939)
Wimpy: [disquised as Popeye] My dear man, is there but only one Washington?
Popeye: Yes.
Wimpy: And is there but only one Lincoln?
Popeye: Yes.
Wimpy: And is there but only one Popeye?
Popeye: YES!
Wimpy: Then that settles it. I'M Popeye!
Olive Oyl: [to Popeye as she escorts Wimpy into her house] You ought to be ashamed of yourself for looking like Popeye!


"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.


Onion Pacific (1940)
Bluto: You're gonna ride with me and like it!
Olive Oyl: I don't wanna like it!


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.


Hill-billing and Cooing (1956)
Olive Oyl: [singing] I knock the dame sky-high that tries to take my guy -
[In Popeye's voice]
Olive Oyl: Popeye the sailor man!


"Popeye the Sailor: The Big Sneeze (#1.37)" (1960)
[first lines]
Olive Oyl: Ooh, I just love the French Alps. They're so thrilling!


"Popeye the Sailor: Mueller's Mad Monster (#1.6)" (1960)
[first lines]
Olive Oyl: Popeye! We've got to get out of this storm!


"Popeye the Sailor: Invisible Popeye (#1.116)" (1960)
[first lines]
Olive Oyl: Dust, dust, dust! Oh! A woman's work is never done. Oh, well, scientists, they don't seem to mind a little dust - as long as it's cosmic. Oh, I'd like to get away from it all... Help, help, help!


"Popeye the Sailor: Popeye and the Dragon (#1.59)" (1960)
[first lines]
Olive Oyl: Oh, woe is me! Oh, help! Saveth me! Saveth me!


Klondike Casanova (1946)
Olive Oyl: [Popeye is fighting with 3 Bears on Dan Mc.Blutos Fur Farm] That a Boy, Popeye, knock em off their Bare Skins!


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.


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: Motor Knocks (#2.2)" (1961)
[first lines]
Olive Oyl: Oh, it's such a beautiful day for a drive in the country.


"Popeye the Sailor: Jingle Jangle Jungle (#1.125)" (1960)
[last lines]
Olive Oyl: [to the tiger] Scat, I said. Go home.


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.


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: Insultin' the Sultan (#1.42)" (1960)
[last lines]
Olive Oyl: How dare you call me a mule, you mule you! You men are all alike!
[Popeye and Olive continue to shout over each other as the picture fades to black]


Wigwam Whoopee (1948)
Olive Oyl: [to the Indian chief] You keep away from me, you cigar-store Indian!


Baby Wants a Bottleship (1942)
Olive Oyl: [after seeing Popeye carve for Swee'pea a small wooden boat from a large block of wood] Oh Popeye! What a clever chiseler you are!