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Happy Birthdaze (1943) - Popeye the Sailor Theatrical Cartoon Series Happy Birthdaze

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Famous Studios Jack Mercer, Margie Hines, Arnold Stang Dan Gordon Dan Gordon, Seymour Kneitel, Izzy Sparber, Sam Buchwald Winston Sharples, Sammy Timberg
  • 1943
  • Famous Studios
  • Paramount Studios
  • Popeye the Sailor Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Popeye, Olive Oyl, Shorty, Sailors, Downstairs Neighbor.
  • Vocal Talent: Jack Mercer (Popeye, Sailors, Shorty, Downstairs Neighbor), Margie Hines (Olive Oyl), Arnold Stang (Shorty [uncredited]).
  • Directed By Dan Gordon.
  • Produced By Dan Gordon, Seymour Kneitel, Izzy Sparber.
    Associate Producer: Sam Buchwald.
  • Animated By Abner Kneitel, Graham Place.
  • Written By Carl Meyer.

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A V-mail truck is at the wharf next to a navy ship. On board, all the sailors are reading their mail, except one. Shorty keeps wanting to blow his brains out...  (more)

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Its an enjoyable cartoon the first in which Shorty tries to help Popeye, but gets in his way. Ted Turner & his gang have deleted a scene in the end in which Popeye shoots Shorty & we see a sign "the bitter end." The only reason the early...  (read more)

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