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Olive Oyl and Water Don't Mix (1942)

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Popeye and Bluto agree that women are too much trouble, so they agree to swear off them, which lasts about 5 seconds, until Olive comes on board ship for a tour. The boys vie for her attention.

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Popeye and Bluto agree that women are too much trouble, so they agree to swear off them, which lasts about 5 seconds, until Olive comes on board ship for a tour. The boys vie for her attention.

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Popeye: [to Olive Oyl] You know you're awful pretty!
Olive Oyl: [to Popeye] You're pretty awful yourself!
Popeye: Oh, thank you!
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A Quck Change Of Mind For These 'Female Women'-Hating Sailors
12 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The banner over the boardwalk entering the big Navy ship reads, ""Visitors welcome, except Sundays and Weekdays." Navy men Popeye and Bluto are on-board that ship, discussing the opposite sex.

Bluto comments, "Women are natural-born troublemakers Things go along peacefully, then in steps a dame and, psh, you're in trouble." He tells Popeye, "From now on, let's you and me have nuthin' to do with female women." They shake hands on it.

Then, who walks aboard the ship but some "hot dame," Olive Oyl, who asks the two guys if either would show her around. This is one of those Popeye cartoons in which nobody really knows each other. Neither of the guys know who Olive is, but they like what they see! So much for the woman-hating talk! From that point, it's a contest for the "goil."

The humor is decent in here; nothing super but entertaining enough to watch with a smile on your face.


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