Polly Wants Some SpinachPolly Wants Some Spinach (1979) Season 2 Episode 30-A- The Adventures of Popeye Cartoon Episode Guide
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- Traditional Animation
- Hanna-Barbera Studios
In Association With: King Features Syndicate
- Cartoon Characters: Popeye, Olive Oyl, Bluto.
- Voice Actors: Jack Mercer, Marilyn Schreffler, Allan Melvin.
- Directed By Ray Patterson, Carl Urbano.
- Produced By Alex Lovy, William Hanna, Joseph Barbera, Neil Balnaves, Iwao Takamoto.
- Animated By Susan Beak, John Burge, Martin Chatfield, Dick Dunn, Gairden Cooke, Don Ezard, Peter Eastment, Luis Garcia, Arthur Filloy, Gerry Grabner, Peter Gardner, Athol Henry, Eva Hellischer; more Animators ...
- Written By Doug Booth, Tom Dagenais, Willie Gilbert, Jack Hanrahan, Don Heckman, Andy Heyward, Chris Jenkyns, Mark Jones, Glenn Leopold, Jack Mercer; more Writers ...
- Music: Hoyt Curtin, Paul DeKorte.
- Editor: Peter Jennings, Robert Ciauga, Larry C. Cowan.
- First Aired on October 01, 1979.
- Originally Aired on CBS-TV (USA).
- Episode Number: 30-A
- Season: 2
While Olive is spring cleaning one day, her parrot Polly accidentally escapes. Olive immediately calls for Popeye to help her. Of course, he's followed by Bluto, who also wants to help. Popeye and Bluto pursue the bird as well as each other, and when Popeye... (more)
Cartoon Production Information:
A segment in 1978's The All-New Popeye Hour.
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