Popeye is abducted by Martians who conduct a series of hideous experiments on him, but thanks to his copious spinach supply (4 cans), all the experiments fail.
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One of two Paramount cartoons filmed in 3-D (the other was Boo Moon
(1954). See more
The opening credits are slightly different from the usual credits of the Famous Studios Popeye cartoons (with the inclusion of "A Stereotoon"). Also, animated clouds are seen drifting to the right from the bottom. At the end, after Popeye sings "I'm Popeye the Sailor Man" and makes his trademark tooting sound with his pipe, the smoke from his pipe begins to take shape while the rest of the picture fades out and becomes the mountain and stars for the Paramount logo (sans the "A Paramount Picture" text). The smoke (from Popeye's pipe) then morphs into the text for "A Paramount Picture." See more