Popeye is building a house while his nephews practice their music. The kids come out to help, but only cause trouble, so Popeye sends them back to practice. He finishes his house, goes in, and it collapses. The boys decide they can help Popeye and practice at the same time, so they build a skyscraper luxury apartment building to the tune of the ever-popular Poet and Peasant Overture. Written by
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While building the building, Popeye's nephews go around a cloud, bending the building to the left for one floor. However, when the building burrows to the ground at the end, the "bend" is no longer there. See more
References Rhapsody in Rivets
from operetta "Poet and Peasant"
Written by Franz von Suppé See more