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The Man On The Flying Trapeze (1934) - Popeye the Sailor Theatrical Cartoon Series The Man On The Flying Trapeze

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  • Fleischer Studios
  • Popeye the Sailor Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Featuring: Popeye, Olive Oyl, Nana Oyl, Boys, Cat, Ringleader, Jules Leotard (The Man On The Flying Trapeze), J. Wellington Wimpy.
  • Originally Released on March 16, 1934.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 6:45 minutes.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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I liked the cartoon because it had the old school animation and popeye definetly is
a man's cartoon not like the wack stuff
they got out now, family guy and south
park are good too maybe popeye has
bud in his...  (read more)

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The Man On The Flying Trapeze

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These mini-operas are among the early classics in the Popeye series.
This was about the first to show Popeye as a sensitive, vulnerable person.

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The Man On The Flying Trapeze

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I thought this was one of Fleischer Studios better cartoons. I liked the song "Man on the Flying Trapeze, and I thiught that Bluto's vpice added a nice counter-point to Popeye's voice.
You could tell right from the start though that sooner...  (read more)

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