A two-reel special release, the third of three Popeye color specials. Of the three, this was the only one produced at Fleischers' new Miami Studio.
Many prints of this title are in pretty bad shape. It has been rumored that the negative has deteriorated beyond restoration, but new dye transfers were made in recent years.
The third and last of the two-reel special Popeye releases.
Jack Mercer (as Popeye) sings "What Can I Do For You."
This film contains the classic Popeye line, "I don't know what to say...I've never made love in Technicolor before." This short- along with Popeye The Sailor Meets Sindbad The Sailor (1936) and Popeye The Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves (1937) were the only Fleischer-produced Popeye animated shorts ever to be released in Technicolor. Popeye would not go to color full-time until Famous Studio's 1943 release, Her Honor The Mare.
When Popeye/Aladdin arrives at the palace to rescue Olive/the Princess, Olive makes a mistake and calls for "Popeye" to rescue her, not Aladdin.
Aladdin And His Wonderful Lamp Production Information
Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.
Alternate Title: "Popeye Meets Aladdin And His Wonderful Lamp."
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