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. 
So-eth what? 
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. 
Ye bullseye! 
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 
Ancient Fistory 
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 
Bluto's Beanery 
This picture has been presented by a.a.p. 
Associated Artists Productions, Inc.
Fleischer Studios (1933 to 1942)

Popeye was produced by Fleischer Studios for Paramount Pictures from 1933 to 1942. During this time period the film shorts were originally created in black and white with the exception of three, double-length Technicolor specials. Over time many of them were colorized and re-released from the original film.

With Little Swee'Pea part of Popeye the Sailor (Fleischer Studios)

With Little Swee'Pea

I'm in the Army Now part of Popeye the Sailor (Fleischer Studios)

I'm in the Army Now

The Paneless Window Washer part of Popeye the Sailor (Fleischer Studios)

The Paneless Window Washer

A Date to Skate part of Popeye the Sailor (Fleischer Studios)

A Date to Skate

Customers Wanted part of Popeye the Sailor (Fleischer Studios)

Customers Wanted

Famous Studios (1942 to 1957)

Popeye was produced by Famous Studios for Paramount Pictures from 1942 to 1957 after they took ownership of Fleischer Studios. After September 1943, all Popeye short films were created in color.

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Popeye's 20th Anniversary
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Popeye for President
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