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I Yam Love Sick (1938)

Olive is reading a romance novel and munching on a gift box of candy from Bluto when Popeye drops by. She's too absorbed to notice him, so he feigns illness. The doctors are at a loss for a cure.

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Olive is reading a romance novel and munching on a gift box of candy from Bluto when Popeye drops by. She's too absorbed to notice him, so he feigns illness. The doctors are at a loss for a cure.

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29 May 1938 (USA)  »

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Popeye Would Do Anything For Love
9 December 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

I Yam Love Sick (1938)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

Olive is all wrapped up in her romance novel that she fails to even notice poor Popeye trying to flirt. With nothing left to do Popeye decides to pretend that he's dying.

I must admit that I thought this here was one of the best films in the series up to this point. I really thought there were a couple hilarious gags early on and especially with Popeye on his "death bed" and the ways he tried to make himself look like he was dying. There's also another very funny sequence with Popeye on the operating table. As usual, the animation itself is terrific and there's no doubt that this is one of the highlights of the series.


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