The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

Popeye Meets the Man Who Hated Laughter (7 Oct. 1972)

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Episode uncredited cast:
Bob McFadden ...
Morbid Grimsby / Brutus / The President / Dagwood Bumstead / Alexander Bumstead / Mr. Beasley the Postman / Hi Flagston / Private Beetle Bailey / Sergeant 1st Class Orville P. Snorkel / Lieutenant Jackson Flap / Quincy / Jiggs / Barney Google / Snuffy Smith / Tiger / Steve Canon / Mandrake / Lothar / Flash Gordon / The Phantom / Tim Tyler / Prince Valiant / Howard K. Sturdley / General Windfield Windtunnel III (voice) (uncredited)
Jack Mercer ...
Popeye / Wimpy (voice) (uncredited)
Swee'Pea / Olive Oyl / Blondie Bumstead / Cookie Bumstead / Maggie / Nora / Lois Flagston / Dot Flagston / Ditto Flagston / Little IodineSonny / Dale Arden (voice) (uncredited)


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A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World Comic Strip Style
1 October 2003 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

Imagine a movie with some of the most popular comic strip characters ever and still having room for more. This is just what this film was. I remember this film from the old "A.B.C. Saturday Superstar Movies" and it had to be one of the funniest films ever done. Popeye and his supporting cast, Hi and Lois, Dagwood and Blondie and most of the classic King Features syndicate characters all in one feature. This was a great film and I just wish that someone would either put it out on video or that Cartoon Network would show it. This is a one of a kind film.

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