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Cartoons Ain't Human (1943)

Popeye sits down to make a cartoon. He shows the results to Olive and his nephews: it's a damsel-in-distress scenario, starring him and Olive, with live music and sound effects by Popeye.

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Uncredited cast:
Margie Hines ...
Olive Oyl (voice) (uncredited)
Jack Mercer ...
Popeye / Nephews / Villain (voice) (uncredited)
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Popeye sits down to make a cartoon. He shows the results to Olive and his nephews: it's a damsel-in-distress scenario, starring him and Olive, with live music and sound effects by Popeye.

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3 September 1943 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

One of a number of Popeye shorts which were sent off to Asia in the 80's to undergo the infamous redraw and colorization process. See more »

Goofs

The colorized version doesn't bother to animate the hand which stamps Popeye's drawing of Dipsy Glee, making the words "CENSORED" appear out of nowhere. See more »

Connections

Spoofs The Wages of Sin (1938) See more »

Soundtracks

Marche funèbre (Funeral March)
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Music by Frédéric Chopin
Played when the train rolls over the hills
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Some Reviewer's Ain't Human Either!

As I am writing a review about this old Popeye cartoon, there is one comment already posted. The sole reason I am writing this review is to give the reader another point of view. How could so much venom be revealed over an old cartoon? Let me give you a little background. I'm 68 years old and spent many a happy Saturday morning when I was a kid watching movies at ten cents each. We always had cartoons between the features back then, and one of my all-time favorites was Popeye. Even as old as I am, most of the cartoons were in color, and for me to be able to see an early Popeye (yes, it is in B&W) is like seeing a bit of cartoon history. I won't spoil the story for you like the other reviewer tried to do, but, trust me, this is an engaging little cartoon and even if you only pretend to like Popeye, you owe it to yourself to give it a chance. As the title said, "Cartoons Ain't Human"……….and in my humble opinion: "Some Reviewers Ain't Human Either!"


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