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bob
post Mar 10 2008, 05:20 AM
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Any Popeye fans around? I've seen the movie Popeye (1980) a number of times. I think the music in it is just wonderful. I tried to buy the soundtrack, but it has been out print for a long time. Well I found a link where you can download it. If interested go to this link. Very Pretty Music It will give you a download link. Don't forget to copy the password as you will need it to unzip the downloaded .zipfile. The music is from the original LP in Mp3 format . The file is in one piece so you will have to chop in into seperate tracts and name the song titles.

Enjoy smile.gif Bob



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post Mar 10 2008, 05:45 PM
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I didn't like the move as much as the original cartoons. I grew up with KTLA on Sunday afternoons playing the popeye cartoons. It was a ritual watching these cartoons as we ate lunch after Sunday School!

Here's a buch of Popeye cartoons (scroll down some when the page opens up).

http://tesla.liketelevision.com/liketelevi...amp;theme=guide



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post Mar 10 2008, 06:52 PM
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If there's an actor/personality that REALLY gets on my nerves, it's always been Robin Williams (as early as Mork). I generally can't stand any of his movies or TV appearances with one exception: POPEYE!! ... I thought his performance in that was PERFECT, an inspired casting decision. In fact, the entire cast was just perfect IMO ... I remember one of the things that bugged me was the fact that it wasn't set in a big city environment (as were many of the Fleischer cartoons) ... but I think it's an underrated film overall. I haven't seen it in ages = does it still hold up?


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