King Features had no cartoon studios, so Popeye storyboards were produced in its offices, while animation was divided between Paramount/Famous Studios, Larry Harmon Productions, Total TV Productions, Gene Deitch/Rembrandt Studios, Halas and Batchelor and Jack Kinney Productions.
Of those stations which bought the King Features Popeye cartoons in 1960, 90% renewed their contracts in 1965.
Note the change in the villain's name… from Bluto to Brutus.
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