Popeye the Sailor (1960–1962)
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Aladdin's Lamp 

Popeye chases down the Sea Hag in order to take back the magic lamp she stole from Olive.

Director:

Seymour Kneitel

Writers:

Carl Meyer (story), Jack Mercer (story)
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Episode uncredited cast:
Jack Mercer ... Popeye / Wimpy / Genie / Auctioneer (voice) (uncredited)
Mae Questel ... Olive Oyl / The Sea Hag (voice) (uncredited)
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Olive Oyl buys a new lamp at an auction sale, little guessing that it's the famous Aladdin's lamp, complete with a butler-like genie. But the Sea Hag knows the truth worth of Olive's antique. The evil witch steals the lamp and takes it back to her ship where she summons the genie and orders him to make her rich. The genie does so by turning a barrel into solid gold, a rusty chain into precious stones and a rope into a string of enormous pearls. Meanwhile, Popeye climbs aboard ship determined to get Olive's antique back for her. Written by J. Spurlin

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Another King Features Dud
20 June 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

These King Features Popeye cartoons from the early 1960s are geared toward little kids and are pretty lame for adults. This is a typical example of one, and the only laughs I got out of it were Popeye's mispronunciations of words.

The green Old Sea Hag is looking into her crystal ball asking whatever happened to the magic lamp. She sees an image of Olive Oyl buying it at an auction for five bucks. Olive is excited because she thinks got a bargain for good antique. The Sea Hag then steals it right from under Olive and Popeye's eyes.

She brings the lamp back to her pirate ship and has the genie provide her with tons of gold and other riches. Later, when Popye comes to get the lamp back, she has the genie reduce him to the size of a mouse. Popeye then has to deal with that dilemma.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1961 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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