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After seeing all the caged up animals in Olive's Pet Shop, Popeye feels sorry for them, buys all of them, and sets them free. All the animals leave except for a...  (more)

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This short did not contain a version of Popeye's famous spinach-eating sequence. The original black and white cartoon has been colorized.

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Olive runs a pet store, and Popeye tries to be a humanitarian and buys out the store just to set the dogs free. They all run out except for a parrot, who sings the "moralistic" song in the title.

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