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Vital Statistics<br />Age: 34<br />Weight: 156 lbs.<br />Neck : 8”<br />Forearms: 20”<br />Chest: 30” (Normal)<br />Chest:...
About Popeye<br />Born in a typhoon off Santa Monica, California.<br />Association with Spinach<br />His girlfriend is Oli...
History of Popeye<br />Created by ElzieCrisler Segar<br />First appeared in King Features comic strip Thimble Theatre on J...
Friends, Foes & Family<br />Olive Oyl<br />Bluto<br />Sea Hag<br />Swee’Pea<br />Poopdeck Pappy<br />Wimpy<br />Alice the ...
Olive Oyl<br />Birthplace: New York City<br />Age: 29<br />Height: 5’10”<br />Weight: 96 lbs <br />Hair: Black<br />Neck: ...
Bluto<br />Birthplace: Hollywood, California<br />Age: 36<br />Height:6’8”<br />Weight: 372 lbs<br />Hair: Black<br />Head...
Media/ Endorsements/ Tie-ins<br />Movie in 1980<br />Video and Pinball games by Nintendo, Midway and Namco<br />Dr. Pepper...
Cultural Origins and Impact<br />Popeye was inspired from Frank “Rocky” Fiegel<br />Precursor to Superheroes<br />Possessi...
The Entrance to the Exitreferences/credits<br />http://images.google.co.in<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popeye<br />h...
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  2. 2. Vital Statistics<br />Age: 34<br />Weight: 156 lbs.<br />Neck : 8”<br />Forearms: 20”<br />Chest: 30” (Normal)<br />Chest: 60” (Expanded)<br />Spinach Capacity: 36 Tons<br />Height: 5’6”<br />Hair: Red<br />Biceps: 7”<br />Thighs: 7”<br />Calf: 20”<br />
  3. 3. About Popeye<br />Born in a typhoon off Santa Monica, California.<br />Association with Spinach<br />His girlfriend is Olive Oyl<br />Absolute Belief in right and wrong<br />One eye missing<br />Disproportionately muscular forearms with anchor tattoos<br />His Corn Cob Pipe<br />
  4. 4. History of Popeye<br />Created by ElzieCrisler Segar<br />First appeared in King Features comic strip Thimble Theatre on January 17, 1929<br />Soon became the main focus of the Comic Strip<br />In 1932, Kings Features signs an agreement with Fleischer Studios to have Popeye and the other Thimble Characters to appear in animated cartoons<br />In May 1941, Paramount Pictures assumed ownership of Fleisher Studios and renamed it Famous Studios<br />Sale to Associated Artists Production<br />Bought out by United Artists<br />Merger with MGM and Turner Entertainment<br />In 1985, the B&W shorts were shipped to Taiwan and made into Colour<br />Credited with popularizing the word “Goon”<br />Celebrated 75 years in 2004 with a CGI Popeye<br />
  5. 5. Friends, Foes & Family<br />Olive Oyl<br />Bluto<br />Sea Hag<br />Swee’Pea<br />Poopdeck Pappy<br />Wimpy<br />Alice the Goon<br />Eugene<br />Peepeye, Pupeye, Pipeye, and Poopeye<br />
  6. 6. Olive Oyl<br />Birthplace: New York City<br />Age: 29<br />Height: 5’10”<br />Weight: 96 lbs <br />Hair: Black<br />Neck: Swan<br />Nose: Pickle<br />Arms: Long<br />Chest: Flat<br />Shoe Size: 14<br />
  7. 7. Bluto<br />Birthplace: Hollywood, California<br />Age: 36<br />Height:6’8”<br />Weight: 372 lbs<br />Hair: Black<br />Head: Empty<br />Neck: 22”<br />Waist 62”<br />Posture: Horizontal especially when Popeye makes contact with his nose or Jaw<br />
  8. 8. Media/ Endorsements/ Tie-ins<br />Movie in 1980<br />Video and Pinball games by Nintendo, Midway and Namco<br />Dr. Pepper and his change of his catchphrase “I’m Popeye the Pepper Man”<br />Heavy Merchandising from the beginning<br />Popeye Candy Sticks<br />Wimpy Restaurants<br />
  9. 9. Cultural Origins and Impact<br />Popeye was inspired from Frank “Rocky” Fiegel<br />Precursor to Superheroes<br />Possessing uncompromising moral standards and resorting to force when threatened<br />Individualism<br />“Popeye Muscle” in Medical Profession<br />The credit of popularizing Spinach amongst children<br />
  10. 10. The Entrance to the Exitreferences/credits<br />http://images.google.co.in<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popeye<br />http://www.popeye.com/<br />http://www.gettyimages.com/<br />Intro Track composed by Sammy Lerner, 1933<br />Credits Cover Track by Face to Face, Saturday Morning Cartoons Greatest Hits, 1995<br />

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