Jack Mercer

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    Three's a Crowd (1932)

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    Three’s a Crowd (1932)

    An old man is reading a book by the fire. The clock strikes 8, and he heads off to bed. From his book, Alice in Wonderland, out crawls Alice, who turns the radio to the title tune. This wakes up Rip Van Winkle; Alice then rouses the Three Musketeers, who sing a bit. Next tune: Nero fiddles, Rome burns, and Cleopatra sizzles in a slinky dance. Uncle Tom sings a spiritual as Mr. Hyde sneaks up and abducts Alice. Tarzan to the rescue, along with several other characters who mount a spirited attack using such office supplies as pen points, matches, and a fountain pen. They box him up and carry him off.

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    Poor Cinderella (1934)

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    Poor Cinderella (1934)

    In her only color cartoon, Betty Boop goes to the ball thanks to the good fairy; later, only her foot fits the glass slipper.

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    I-Ski Love-Ski You-Ski (1936)

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    I-Ski Love-Ski You-Ski (1936)

    Popeye takes Olive mountain climbing. Bluto sets various traps for them along the way, which Popeye manages to overcome. They get to the top, and Bluto pushes Popeye off a cliff and starts skiing down with Olive. Popeye eats his spinach and gives chase.

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    The Tears of an Onion (1938)

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    The Tears of an Onion (1938)

    It’s harvesting season, so all the fruits and vegetables come out to play.

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    Cops Is Always Right (1938)

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    Cops Is Always Right (1938)

    Popeye is heading over to see Olive when he hits a traffic island where a cop is directing traffic; when he gets there, he manages to get more tickets for blowing his horn and parking illegally. The cop rings the bell, and Popeye manages to wreck Olive’s apartment by dropping what he’s doing, each time he writes a ticket.

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    Customers Wanted (1939)

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    Customers Wanted (1939)

    Popeye and Bluto are running competing penny arcades, trying to bring in customer Wimpy. Of course, he would gladly pay Tuesday for a penny today. And of course, their competing arcades show clips featuring each of them, with well over half this short thus recycled.

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    My Friend the Monkey (1939)

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    My Friend the Monkey (1939)

    A swingin’ hurdy-gurdy man goes by Betty Boop’s house; she wants to buy the monkey, which causes plenty of trouble for Pudgy the Pup.

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    Poopdeck Pappy (1940)

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    Poopdeck Pappy (1940)

    Popeye’s pappy, age 99, wants to go out at night; Popeye wants him to sleep. Popeye tries leg irons, but Pappy manages to put them on Popeye and sneak out to a sleazy bar. Pappy dances with other men’s girlfriends, bumps into everyone, and throws his dancing partner into the band. Soon, the whole bar is lining up to get a piece of Pappy just as Popeye arrives.

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    Problem Pappy (1941)

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    Problem Pappy (1941)

    Popeye’s Pappy takes a flagpole sitting job atop a tall building without telling Popeye. Popeye goes to rescue him, but he doesn’t want to go until an electrical storm hits.

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    Swing Cleaning (1941)

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    Swing Cleaning (1941)

    Gabby is a servant in a castle and is required to do a little housework.

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    Pest Pilot (1941)

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    Pest Pilot (1941)

    Popeye runs a small airport. Pappy comes along and wants to be a pilot, but Popeye tells him he’s too old. Pappy, dejected, leaves, but manages to start one of the planes parked outside. He flies it, causing much damage. His imminent crash is announced, and Popeye rushes to the site. Fortunately, Pappy is OK.

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    Child Psykolojiky (1941)

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    Child Psykolojiky (1941)

    Popeye and Poopdeck Pappy are trying to play poker, but Swee’Pea’s crying keeps interrupting them. Pappy wants to smack the tot, but Popeye persuades him to try psychology instead. Popeye tells the story of how “George Washlincoln” chopped down the cherry tree. Inspired, Swee’Pea chops a hole in the floor, then tells the truth. Popeye rushes out to buy him a reward, leaving Pappy in charge, but Pappy believes in a rather dangerous style of parenting, introducing him to William Tell (from both ends of the gun). Pappy lies about it to Popeye.

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