Links to Popeye and other glorious animation goodies
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The "official" source for Popeye news.
Lovely and informative tribute to the Fleischer cartoons and the Warners DVD thereof. Almost as aesthetically pleasing as the cartoons themselves.
Just what its title says, and lots of it. Plug in a TV or movie cartoon title and go to town.
Informative and fun blog about the current state of animation, from notable cartoon historian Jerry Beck.
Terrific blog/review site from movie buff and historian Leonard Maltin.
Reviews of all manner of movie and pop-culture fun, from the webmasters of Laurel & Hardy Central.
Popeye-related blogs and webpages
In the course of my (admittedly light) research for this website, I've come across many blogs that have had interesting commentaries about the Popeye Vol. 1 DVD set and the cartoons therein. For what they're worth, you might like to read some of these opinions and chime in with your own at the bloggers' sites.
I'd say that title says it all!
Making a Popeye Cartoon Posted at YouTube.com, this is a tantalizing film short from 1938, detailing the Fleischers' animation process.
The Straight Dope Mailbag: Is Popeye's Nemesis Named Bluto or Brutus? This might be old news to Popeye-philes, but I wondered about this for decades before coming across this nifty column that handily explains the confusion.
all kinds of stuff A blog from John Kricfalusi, creator of "Ren and Stimpy" and a commentator on the Popeye, Vol. 1 DVDs. In particular, his 8/1/07 blog entry talks about the different animations of Popeye "walks."
What's in Popeye's Pipe?, Feb. 8, 2005 It was inevitable -- a cannabis column reports that Popeye inhales something considerably stronger than tobacco.
We See Tibet Through the Binoculars of the People, Aug. 6, 2007
BlogCritics Magazine, Aug. 24, 2007
ChrisW, Aug. 27, 2007
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