It's the Fourth of July, and Popeye wants two of his four nephews (don't ask which two!) to have a "safe and sane" holiday. The two nephews are playing with... (more)
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It contains the painting from Archibald M. Willard's "Spirit of '76." The print reviewed had the original Paramount titles. Note also that Popeye's nephews have been cut in half, to only two. Could... (more)
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