Popeye tries to silence all kinds of noisemakers so that Billy can sleep. Anyone or anything that makes noise and wakes up the baby gets punched out by Popeye. The... (more)
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According to Fred Grandinetti's "Popeye: An Illustrated History", the baby in this cartoon is not Swee'pea! He's actually Betty Boop's little brother, Billy. A caricatured Harpo Marx plays the harp in... (more)
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|Comments By: dingdog|
TONS of hilarious stuff in this one, I'll name them as I remember them......the way the characters continually bob up and down (again, early Popeye style); Popeye's trademark early belligerence; an opportunity to hear Billy Costello's real... (read more)
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|Comments By: G.B.|
Unlike other early films where Popeye was simply amoral, in this one it may be fair to say that he was down right evil. Okay, the fact that he's minding a baby (See'Pea?) and singing a lullaby may show a bit of his softer side, but he definitely... (read more)
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