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I Likes Babies And Infinks (1937) - Popeye the Sailor Theatrical Cartoon Series I Likes Babies And Infinks

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Olive Oyl is having trouble getting Swee'pea to stop crying, so she calls up to Popeye to come to her apartment and help amuse the wailing infant. Bluto gets wind of it and decides that he's the better one at amusing children, and a contest between Bluto and Popeye ensues as each does a silly pantomime or funny trick to get the kid to laugh... or, at least, shut up! This cartoon has another surprise twist on the spinach gimmick. As usual, the old rivalry gets stirred up, and the violence begins until Popeye is about to grab a can of spinach off the shelf. As Popeye reaches for the spinach, he accidentally grabs a can of strong onions instead. The opened can's onion fumes fill the kitchen with onion gas, which causes Olive, Bluto and Popeye to start crying hysterically. Swee'pea thinks that it's hilarious and starts laughing!

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Another classic in a series with an embarrassment of classics. An absolute laugh-riot (this is one of those Fleischer efforts that repays many re-playings just to get all the mumbled dialogue), and even a bit touching at...  (read more)

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