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Poopdeck Pappy has a hangover (though he won't admit to Popeye that's the problem). He asks Popeye to help him by keeping the noise down. Among the disturbances he deals with: a crying baby across the way, a horse-drawn milk truck, a factory whistle, a radio, a traffic accident, a construction site, a blasting site (the Sparber construction company) this one takes spinach. He gets home and hears a party going on upstairs where a recovered Pappy is living it up.Written by
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"Pappy" has a hangover ("er, headache," as he explains to his son Popeye) and just wants some peace and quiet as he sleeps it off. Popeye tries to oblige.
Oh, boy, does Popeye try. The lengths he goes to please his pappy! Popeye first has to use his brains and he comes up with a clever way to stop a baby across the street from crying. (Popeye doesn't think of just shutting his window.) After that, it gets physical and Popeye battles noisy trucks, general traffic, factory whistles and then louder construction noise, including the demolition of a building.
There is a good ending to this cartoon as Pappy is last seen dancing and scatting to the music at some dance.....apparently well-rested. Popeye, of course, is pooped.
Pappy is a great character in these early 1940s cartoons. Jack Mercer does a super job with his voice, as both father and son.
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