Nearlyweds (1957) - Popeye the Sailor Theatrical Cartoon Series

Previous Cartoon | Next Cartoon

Nearlyweds Cartoon Picture
Buy Nearlyweds on DVD


Nearlyweds (1957) - Popeye the Sailor Theatrical Cartoon Series Nearlyweds

BCDB Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars 4.1/5 Stars from 3 users.
Vote Now!
Post your Comments or Review
This page has been viewed 24 times this month, and 966 times total.
  • Popeye the Sailor Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Famous Studios
  • Distributed by: Paramount Studios
  • Cartoon Characters: Popeye, Bluto, Olive Oyl.
  • Voice Actors: Jack Mercer, Mae Questel, Jackson Beck.
  • Directed By Seymour Kneitel.
  • Animated By Tom Johnson, Frank Endres.
  • Music: Winston Sharples.
  • Originally Released on February 08, 1957.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 6:14 minutes.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Popeye and Bluto both propose to Olive. Popeye wins her hand, so Bluto tries to stop Popeye from marrying Olive. But Olive refuses to marry Popeye when he comes to...  (more)

Cartoon Production Information:

The print reviewed had the original Paramount titles. The Famous Studios emblem is dropped from the opening graphics at this point. Popeye doesn't punch Bluto in this cartoon! The vows that the...  (more)

Watch Cartoon Video:

You can watch this cartoon today on your computer. Just click below to start viewing "Nearlyweds" online now.

Submit Additional Information:

Do you have anything to add to this page? Have we made any mistakes... or do you have any additional information about Nearlyweds? If so, we would love to hear from you. Please send us a quick note with your additions or corrections to this page, and we will make the corrections as soon as possible!

Report Errors / Submit Additional Information

Cartoon Comments:

Do you love Nearlyweds, or do you think it is the worst cartoon ever? Let us know what you think! Surely you have an opinion... so share what you think. Take a minute and post your own comments about this cartoon here.