Popeye: An Illustrated History of E.C. Segar's Character in Print, Radio, Television, and Film Appearances, 1929-1993
From comic strip hero to motion picture star, here is the history of Popeye, one of the best-loved cartoon characters. Animated series and films are examined, noting the different directions each studio took and the changing character designs of the Popeye family. Popeye in other media--comics, books, radio, and even a stage play--is thoroughly covered, as are Robert Altmans 1980 live-action film, and Popeye memorabilia.
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Review: Popeye: An Illustrated History of EC Segar's Character in Print, Radio, Television, and Film Appearances, 1929-1993User Review - Rory - Goodreads
For "Popeye" history, this is an important book, but leave it to Grandinetti to take all the fun out of "Popeye" with his somnambulistic analysis of the cartoons, the movie, the merchandise, and the ... Read full review
Review: Popeye: An Illustrated History of EC Segar's Character in Print, Radio, Television, and Film Appearances, 1929-1993User Review - Goodreads
Ever wonder if Brutus and Bluto were the same guy? This is the book for you. BTW- they are not.