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.
This cartoon includes topical references to Marilyn Monroe, Kim Novak and Rock Hudson.
Closing song (sung to Olive):
There's nothin' as cuter
than you on me scooter,
says Popeye the Sailor Man.