Popeye works for Bluto's Beanery in the Middle Ages in this gender-flipped Cinderella (Cinderfella) parody.
Popeye, you varmint. Fetch-eth me my hat and cloak.
Here-eth you are, boss.
Back-eth to work.
I wish I was going to the ball.
I'm your fairy godfather. Fetch-eth me a can of spinach or you'll be late for the ball.
The ball! Oh, boy!
Gee! Now I can go to the ball.
Just a minute. You can't go in them rags.
Wow! Tudaloo! And thanks.
Remember, return-eth by midnight or ye'll turn back to rags again.
Well, what do you know? He disc-appeared.
Ye Princess Olive.
Allow me, fair princess.
Oh, thank you.
Just trying it on for size, baby.
Ah, my cheri. Cometh with me to ye cadbah.
Listen ya runt. I seen-eth her first.
Boys, boys. Now ye men who's best-eth with ye bow and arrow shall lead-eth me down the straight and narrow.
Okay, baby. We're as good as hitch right now-eth.
Hmm, pretty good shot for an amateur. Now just watch-eth this.
Ye real bullseye!
Pistols at ten paces.
One-eth, two-eth, three-eth, four-eth, five-eth, six-eth, seven-eth, eight-eth, nine-eth...
Cuckoo! 12 o'clock and all ain't well.
Get thee away from me, ye, ye brute.
How about a kiss for your new prince, princess?
Help! Somebody do something! Save-eth me, help!
Ah, me princess. Now to collect-eth me kiss.
Associated Artists Productions presents Popeye the Sailor
A Famous Studios Production by arrangement with King Features Syndicate, Inc.
Direction: Seymour Kneitel
Animation: Al Eugster, Wm. B. Pattengill
Story: Irving Spector
Scenics: Robert Connavale
Music: Winston Sharples
Copyright 1952 by Paramount Pictures Corporation All Rights Reserved
Calling all men: Grand Ball wherein Ye fair Princess Olive will choose her Prince from amongst Ye males
This picture has been presented by a.a.p.
Associated Artists Productions, Inc.