If you kids want to be sailors like your Uncle Popeye, you has to learn about them.
Boys, this is the famous boat that George Washington couldn't have crossed the Delaware without.
Come on now. Breaks it up.
Now here's Noah. The world's first sailor. And on his maiden voyage, it rained for 40 days every night. Ah ga ga ga ga ga.
Hey! You kids'll get us thrown out of here.
Here's a statue of a mighty mariner. Sindbad, the greatest sailor in the whole world.
But, Uncle Popeye, you said you was the greatest sailor in the world.
Well, er a ba, that's right. I once met Sindbad the Sailor and knocked the tar out of him.
Tell us about it, Uncle Popeye.
Well, Sindbad lived on an island in the SPacific Ocean that was far, far away.
Nobody can beat me!
Surprise. Peek-a-boo. A ga ga ga ga.
Gee, Uncle Popeye. Did you get killed?
Now let me finish. Let me finish!
There was me spinach rolling toward the edge of the cliff and...
That a boy, Popeye. Give him the old onesie, twosie.
Hooray! Hooray for Popeye!
And that's why I'm the greatest sailor in the world.
Ah ga ga ga ga ga, ha ga ga ga ga ga.
Association of Artists Productions presents Popeye the Sailor
A Famous Studios Production by arrangement with King Features Syndicate, Inc.
Direction: Seymour Kneitel
Animation: Tom Johnson, William Henning
Story: I. Klein
Scenics: Robert Connavale
Music: Winston Sharples
Certificate No. 05306
Big Bad Sindbad
Copyright 1952 by Paramount Pictures Corporation All Rights Reserved
Washington Crossing the Delaware
Noah and the Ark
For Fire Only
Sindbad - Greatest Sailor in the World
The Isle of Sindbad. Beware!
Popeye - Greatest Sailor in the World
This picture has been presented by a.a.p.
Associated Artists Productions, Inc.