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The character has also appeared in theatrical and television animated cartoons. Segar's Thimble Theatre strip was in its 10th year when Popeye made his debut, but the one-eyed sailor quickly became the main focus of the strip, and Thimble Theatre became one of King Features' most popular properties during the s.
After Segar died in , Thimble Theatre was continued by several writers and artists, most notably Segar's assistant Bud Sagendorf. The strip continues to appear in first-run installments in its Sunday edition, written and drawn by Hy Eisman. The daily strips are reprints of old Sagendorf stories.
These cartoon shorts are now owned by Turner Entertainment and distributed by its sister company Warner Bros. Over the years, Popeye has also appeared in comic books, television cartoons, video games, hundreds of advertisements,  peripheral products ranging from spinach to candy cigarettes , and the live-action film directed by Robert Altman and starring Robin Williams as Popeye.
Charles M. Schulz said, "I think Popeye was a perfect comic strip, consistent in drawing and humor". Popeye's story and characterization vary depending on the medium. Originally, Popeye got "luck" from rubbing the head of the Whiffle Hen; by , he was instead getting "strength" from eating spinach.
There is no absolute sense of continuity in the stories, although certain plot and presentation elements remain mostly constant, including purposeful contradictions in Popeye's capabilities. Popeye seems bereft of manners and uneducated, yet he often comes up with solutions to problems that seem insurmountable to the police or the scientific community.
He has displayed Sherlock Holmes -like investigative prowess, scientific ingenuity, and successful diplomatic arguments. In the animated cartoons his pipe also proves to be highly versatile. Among other things, it has served as a cutting torch, jet engine, propeller, periscope, musical instrument, and a whistle with which he produces his trademark toot. He also eats spinach through his pipe, sometimes sucking in the can along with the contents.
Since the s, Popeye is seldom depicted using his pipe to smoke tobacco. Popeye's exploits are also enhanced by a few recurring plot elements. One is the love triangle among Popeye, Olive, and Bluto , and Bluto's endless machinations to claim Olive at Popeye's expense. Another is his near-saintly perseverance in overcoming any obstacle to please Olive, who often if temporarily renounces Popeye for Bluto. Thimble Theatre was cartoonist Segar's third published strip when it first appeared in the New York Journal on December 19, In its early years, the strip featured characters acting out various stories and scenarios in theatrical style hence the strip's name.
It could be classified as a gag-a-day comic in those days. After the strip moved away from its initial focus, it settled into a comedy- adventure style featuring Olive, Hamgravy, and Olive's enterprising brother Castor Oyl. Olive's parents Cole and Nana Oyl also made frequent appearances. Popeye first appeared in the strip on January 17, as a minor character. He was initially hired by Castor Oyl and Ham to crew a ship for a voyage to Dice Island, the location of a casino owned by the crooked gambler Fadewell.
Castor intended to break the bank at the casino using the unbeatable good luck conferred by stroking the hairs on the head of Bernice the Whiffle Hen. After the adventure, Popeye left the strip but, due to reader reaction, he was quickly brought back.
The Popeye character became so popular that he was given a larger role, and the strip was taken up by many more newspapers as a result. Initial strips presented Olive as being less than impressed with Popeye, but she eventually left Hamgravy to become Popeye's girlfriend and Hamgravy left the strip as a regular.
Over the years, however, she has often displayed a fickle attitude towards the sailor. Castor Oyl continued to come up with get-rich-quick schemes and enlisted Popeye in his misadventures. Eventually, he settled down as a detective and later on bought a ranch out West. Castor has seldom appeared in recent years. In , Popeye received a foundling baby in the mail, whom he adopted and named Swee'Pea. Other regular characters in the strip were J. Wellington Wimpy , a hamburger -loving moocher who would "gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today" he was also soft-spoken and cowardly; Vickers Wellington bombers were nicknamed "Wimpys" after the character ; George W.
Geezil , a local cobbler who spoke in a heavily affected accent and habitually attempted to murder or wish death upon Wimpy; and Eugene the Jeep , a yellow, vaguely dog-like animal from Africa with magical powers. Segar's strip was quite different from the cartoons that followed. The stories were more complex, with many characters that never appeared in the cartoons King Blozo, for example.
Spinach usage was rare and Bluto made only one appearance. Segar signed some of his early Popeye comic strips with a cigar , due to his last name being a homophone of "cigar" pronounced SEE-gar. Comics historian Brian Walker stated: "Segar offered up a masterful blend of comedy, fantasy, satire and suspense in Thimble Theater Starring Popeye ".
Thimble Theatre became one of King Features' most popular strips during the s. A poll of adult comic strip readers in the April issue of Fortune magazine voted Popeye their second-favorite comic strip after Little Orphan Annie. After Mussolini came to power in Italy, he banned all American comic strips, but Popeye was so popular the Italians made him bring it back. In the s, a spinoff strip Popeye the Sailorman was established.
Thimble Theatre had a number of topper strips on the Sunday page during its run; the main topper, Sappo , ran for 21 years, from Feb 28, to May 18, There were also a series of topper panel strips that ran next to Sappo; Segar drew one of them, Popeye's Cartoon Club April 8, - May 5, After Segar's death in , many different artists were hired to draw the strip.
Tom Sims , the son of a Coosa River channel-boat captain, continued writing Thimble Theatre strips and established the Popeye the Sailorman spin-off. Doc Winner and Bela Zaboly ,  successively, handled the artwork during Sims's run. Eventually, Ralph Stein stepped in to write the strip until the series was taken over by Bud Sagendorf in Sagendorf wrote and drew the daily strip until , and continued to write and draw the Sunday strip until his death in Sagendorf, who had been Segar's assistant, made a definite effort to retain much of Segar's classic style, although his art is instantly discernible.
Sagendorf continued to use many obscure characters from the Segar years, especially O. Wotasnozzle and King Blozo. Sagendorf's new characters, such as the Thung, also had a very Segar-like quality.
What set Sagendorf apart from Segar more than anything else was his sense of pacing. Where plotlines moved very quickly with Segar, it sometimes took an entire week of Sagendorf's daily strips for the plot to be advanced even a small amount. From to , the daily strip was written and drawn by Bobby London , who, after some controversy, was fired from the strip for a story that could be taken to satirize abortion.
One classic storyline, titled "The Return of Bluto", showed the sailor battling every version of the bearded bully from the comic strip, comic books, and animated films.
The Sunday edition of the comic strip is currently drawn by Hy Eisman , who took over in The daily strip began featuring reruns of Sagendorf's strips after London was fired and continues to do so today.
On January 1, , 70 years since the death of his creator, Segar's character of Popeye though not the various films, TV shows, theme music and other media based on him became public domain  in most countries, but remains under copyright in the US. Because Segar was an employee of King Features Syndicate when he created the Popeye character for the company's Thimble Theatre strip, Popeye is treated as a work for hire under US copyright law.
Works for hire are protected for 95 years from publication or years from creation, whichever is shorter. Since Popeye made his first appearance in January , and all US copyrights expire on December 31 of the year that the term ends, Popeye will enter the public domain in the US on January 1, , assuming no amendments to US copyright law before that date.
In the Dell comics, Popeye became something of a crimefighter, thwarting evil organizations and Bluto's criminal activities.
The new villains included the numerous Misermite dwarfs, who were all identical. Popeye appeared in the British TV Comic becoming the cover story in with stories written and drawn by "Chick" Henderson. Bluto was referred to as Brutus and was Popeye's only nemesis throughout the entire run. A variety of artists have created Popeye comic book stories since then; for example, George Wildman drew Popeye stories for Charlton Comics from until the late s.
The story presented Popeye's origin story, including his given name of "Ugly Kidd"  and attempted to tell more of a lighthearted adventure story as opposed to using typical comic strip style humor. The story also featured a more realistic art style and was edited by Bill Pearson, who also lettered and inked the story as well as the front cover. The second issue introduced the idea that Bluto and Brutus were actually twin brothers and not the same person,  an idea also used in the comic strip on December 28, and April 5, The comic book brought together a large portion of the casts of both the comic strip and the animated shorts, and Popeye and Olive Oyl were finally wed after decades of courtship.
However, this marriage has not been reflected in all media since the comic was published. In , a special series of short Popeye comic books were included in specially marked boxes of Instant Quaker Oatmeal , and Popeye also appeared in three TV commercials for Quaker Oatmeal ,  which featured a parrot delivering the tag line "Popeye wants a Quaker!
In this case, however, the invigorating elixir was not his usual spinach, but rather one of four flavors of Quaker Oatmeal  a different flavor was showcased with each mini-comic. The comics ended with the sailor saying, "I'm Popeye the Quaker Man!
For Popeye to call himself a "Quaker man" after beating up someone was offensive to the Quakers and considered a misrepresentation of their faith and religious beliefs. The Quaker Oatmeal company apologized and removed the "Popeye the Quaker Man" reference from commercials and future comic book printings. In November , King Features signed an agreement with Fleischer Studios to have Popeye and the other Thimble Theatre characters begin appearing in a series of animated cartoons.
The first cartoon in the series was released in , and Popeye cartoons, released by Paramount Pictures , remained a staple of Paramount's release schedule for nearly 25 years. William Costello was the original voice of Popeye, a voice that was replicated by later performers, such as Jack Mercer and even Mae Questel.
Many of the Thimble Theatre characters, including Wimpy, Poopdeck Pappy, and Eugene the Jeep, eventually made appearances in the Paramount cartoons, though appearances by Olive Oyl's extended family and Ham Gravy were absent. Thanks to the animated-short series, Popeye became even more of a sensation than he had been in comic strips, and by , polls showed that the sailor was Hollywood's most popular cartoon character.
Although Segar may have used spinach as a prop a few times, it was Max Fleischer who realized its potential as a trademark. In every Popeye cartoon, the sailor is invariably put into what seems like a hopeless situation, upon which usually after a beating , a can of spinach becomes available, and Popeye quickly opens the can and consumes its contents.
Upon swallowing the spinach, Popeye's physical strength immediately becomes superhuman, and he is easily able to save the day, and very often rescue Olive Oyl from a dire situation. It did not stop there, as spinach could also give Popeye the skills and powers he needed, as in The Man on the Flying Trapeze , where it gave him acrobatic skills.
In May , Paramount Pictures assumed ownership of Fleischer Studios, fired the Fleischers and began reorganizing the studio, which they renamed Famous Studios. In late , the Popeye series began to be produced in Technicolor , beginning with Her Honor the Mare. Paramount then sold the Popeye film catalog to Associated Artists Productions , which was bought out by United Artists in Through various mergers, the rights are currently controlled by WarnerMedia 's Turner Entertainment.
The show aired the Fleischer and Famous Studios Popeye shorts in versions approximating their original theatrical releases by editing copies of the original opening and closing credits taken or recreated from various sources onto the beginnings and ends of each cartoon, or in some cases, in their complete, uncut original theatrical versions direct from such prints that originally contained the front-and-end Paramount credits.
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The character has also appeared in theatrical and television animated cartoons. Segar's Thimble Theatre strip was in its 10th year when Popeye made his debut, but the one-eyed sailor quickly became the main focus of the strip, and Thimble Theatre became one of King Features' most popular properties during the s. After Segar died in , Thimble Theatre was continued by several writers and artists, most notably Segar's assistant Bud Sagendorf. The strip continues to appear in first-run installments in its Sunday edition, written and drawn by Hy Eisman. The daily strips are reprints of old Sagendorf stories.
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Wellington Wimpy , generally referred to as Wimpy ,  is one of the characters in the comic strip Popeye , created by E. Segar in and originally called Thimble Theatre , and in the Popeye cartoons based upon the strip. Wimpy was one of the dominant characters in the newspaper strip, but when Popeye was adapted as an animated cartoon series by Fleischer Studios , Wimpy became a minor character; Dave Fleischer said that the character in the Segar strip was "too intellectual" to be used in film cartoons. The character seems to have been inspired by more than one person whom Segar had encountered.
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