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Me Musical Nephews (1942) - Popeye the Sailor Theatrical Cartoon Series Me Musical Nephews

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  • Famous Studios
  • Popeye the Sailor Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Featuring: Popeye, Poopeye, Pipeye, Pupeye, Peepeye.
  • Originally Released on December 25, 1942.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 6:38 minutes.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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This era of the Popeye shorts, probably has some of the best musical scores that I've heard. I remember watching this episode with my college housemates in the mid-seventies and we were all Blown away with the great jazz tunes. Check it out if you have...  (read more)

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One of the greatest musical cartoons of all time, and also one of the most unheralded. Winston Sharples tops himself for all time with his score (at least I'm ASSUMING it's him; he was Famous Studio's resident composer at this time, and the...  (read more)

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The brushing the teeth on the mirror gag was first used in the Fleischer Color Classic, THE KIDS IN THE SHOE (1934), and repeated in the remake RHYTHUM IN RIOT.

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