Popeye and Bluto put on the play "Romeo and Juliet." When Bluto insists on playing Romeo, it's up to Popeye to don Juliet drag and set him straight!
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The original black and white cartoon has been colorized. This cartoon resumes the use of a redesigned "shipboard" series title card. This special title card was used through "Popeye Presents Eugene,... (more)
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|Comments By: Ray Pointer|
This is a formulaic vehicle that is held together as a musical parody, with Bluto vowing to upstage Popeye as Romeo. Although nicely animated, it is rather pedestrian. One can only wonder what could have been possible if they had developed this as a... (read more)
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