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Edouard Dubertret
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I'm trying to translate all popeye film office french print into original title.
Quite hard to do!!
So my idea : i have a french catalog of film office with description of the anime.
I can translate description in english and do a game to find the original title! Just an idea but can be funny.
What do you think?
Here is the complete list of film office color sound ( except 35),36),37), 38) in B&W sound) :
1) Deux adorables jumeaux - Bride and Gloom - 1954
2) Popeye l'invulnérable - Mess Production - 1945
3) Popeye dans la cage aux lions - Tops in the Big Top - 1945
4) Popeye planteur d'épinards - Gopher Spinach - 1954
5) L'enlèvement de Popeye - Hill Billing and Cooing - 1956
6) Une adorable infirmière - For Better or Nurse - 1945
7) Popeye toréador - Torreadorable - 1953
8) Popeye Superman - She-Sick Sailors - 1944
9) Le diamant vert - Private Eye Popeye - 1954
10) L'horrible bonhomme des neiges - Klondike Casanova - 1946
11) A chacun sa vérité - Assault and Flattery - 1956
12) Le ranch de Popeye - Popalong Popeye - 1952
13) Popeye enlevé par les martiens - Ace of Space -1953
14) Qu'ils sont verts mes épinards - How Green Was my Spinach - 1950
15) Popeye le shérif -Tar With a Star - 1949
16) Papa Popeye - Popeye's Pappy - 1951
17) Le ballon en feu - All's Fair at the Fair - 1951
18) Un vilain séducteur - Royal Four Flusher - 1947
19) Popeye et Olive au zoo - Pitchin'Woo at the Zoo - 1944
20) Popeye et Bluto déménageurs- A Haul In One - 1956
21) Premier Avril - Cookin with Gags - 1955
22) Le bolide de Popeye - Double Cross Country Race -1951
23) Bébé Popeye bras de fer - Baby Wants Spinach - 1950
24) Popeye à la fête foraine - Quick on the Vigor - 1950
25) Popeye contre les termites - Insect to Injury - 1956
26) Pour les beaux yeux d'Olive - House Tricks - 1946
27) Popeye marchant ambulant - Silly Hillbilly - 1949
28) Popeye champion de boxe - Out to Punch - 1956
29) Popeye prof de gym - Gym Jam - 1950
30) Popeye et les pirates - Popeye and the Pirate - 1947
31) Le plombier diabolique - Floor Flusher - 1954
32) Popeye chez les cannibales - Pop-Pie A La Mode - 1945
33) L'épave au trésor - Peeps in the Deep - 1946
34) La poule aux œufs d'or - Let's Stalk Spinach - 1951
35) La fin du ferry-boat (B&W) - Bridge Ahoy - 1936
36) Preteurs sur gages (B&W) - Choose your Weppins - 1935
37) Concours de bûcherons (B&W) - Axe Me Another -1934
38) Les aventures de Popeye (B&W) - The Adventures of Popeye - 1935

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Maurice Leakey
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Edouard
I have a book describing all Popeye films. If you will translate the action of some of them I will try and help you with the original titles.
Here are two Film Office films in my collection:-

Popeye & Bluto Demenageurs - A Haul In One - 1956
Popeye Chez Les Cannibales - Pop-Pie A La Mode - 1945

The last film is generally banned because of its treatment which was quite acceptable to audiences in 1945.

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Dominique De Bast
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There is a site with the episodes listed with their description but it is in English and they don't give the French titles.

http://sharetv.com/shows/popeye/episodes

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Clinton Hunt
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I have 2 on Super 8mm,I'm not sure how I ended up with French releases?
So I used Google Translate and got a English translation,it doesn't give me the actual original titles and being 50ft titles then I'm guessing they were renamed for these releases?
Popeye enleve par les Martians - Removed by the Martians
& planteur d'epinards - Spinach planter colour silent 50ft each

I doubt this helps but I thought I'd tell you [Smile]

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Winbert Hutahaean
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Popeye has hundreds episodes from 3 different companies.

Many of its episodes have similar story one to another, so it is hard to find the correct title.

I was facing this similar problem when compiling all Tom & Jerrys available on super 8mm from many sources, and finally reach this:

[Catalog] The most complete list of Tom & Jerry on super 8mm. Anyone has all?

So I guess this thread can be done for similar purposes and everyone can contribute what foreign titles they have and the official English titles to it.

I will start with:

Popeye Premier Avril
Popeye Deux Adorables Jeneux
Popeye A La Fete Foraine
Popeye Le Bolide De Popeye
Popeye Toreador

They are all from Film Office, do you have the official title in English?

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Dominique De Bast
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If I may say something : unlike what you do in English, only the first word of a title takes a capital letter in French (except of course when there is a name that is always written with a capital letter like a the name of a person, of a country, a city and so on).
Winbert, the second title you listed is actually : "Deux adorables jumeaux", "jumeaux" means "twins".

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Winbert Hutahaean
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Dom...you are right. I was caught on surprise when people here are writting 17 mai instead of 17 Mai. [Smile]

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Edouard Dubertret
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Thanks,
I add the complete list (I think) of Popeye cartoon edited by film office.
Winbert : I saw your great work with Tom & Jerry 1 month ago !!! and I'm doing an excel list of Tom and Jerry with cover artwork and foreign title. I'll post it in the forum soon. And I'm trying to do the same with Popeye, Pink Panther, Bugs Bunny etc...

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Maurice Leakey
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Edouard
Please add the descriptions in English against the French titles and I will try to find the correct original titles in English.

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Edouard Dubertret
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Maurice,
I add the description of the 3). I will add the other this evening after my children will be sleeping [Smile]
Sorry for the bad translation. Google traduction with some corrections.

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Maurice Leakey
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Edouard
Film 3) Popeye dans la cage aux lions is:- Tops In The Big Top - 1945.
Film 2) Popeye l'invulnerable is:- A Dream Walking - 1934.

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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2) Mess Production
3) Tops on the Big Top
4) Gopher Spinach
5) Hill Billing and Cooing
6) For Better or Nurse
7) Torreadorable
10) Klondike Casanova
12) Popalong Popeye
13) Ace of Space
14) How Green Was my Spinach
15) Tar With a Star
16) Popeye's Pappy
17) All's Fair at the Fair
18) Royal Four Flusher
19) Pitchin'Woo at the Zoo
22) Double Cross Country Race
23) Baby Wants Spinach
24) Quick on the Vigor
26) House Tricks
27) Silly Hillbilly
28) Out to Punch
29) Gym Jam
30) Popeye and the Pirates
31) Floor Flusher
33) Peeps in the Deep
34) Let's Stalk Spinach
35) Bridge Ahoy
36) Choose your Weppins
37) Axe Me Another
38) The Adventures of Popeye

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Edouard Dubertret
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Thanks Maurice!!
For number 3) great!.
For number 2) I thought that Popeye l'invincible was not "a dream walking" . This one is in B&W and had never be edited in color (I think). After a long hour a search, I finally discover the right title : "Mess Production" - 1945.
Now, I put all the descriptions which I had.
Arf... long work too!
I HAVE JUST SEEN YOUR WORK Panayotis!!!
I'm just impressed!!!!
Thanks, how did you do it?

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Maurice Leakey
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Edouard
We must all thank Panayotis for his superb and comprehensive listing. To complete this I have supplied a year for each film.

2) 1945
3) 1945
4) 1954
5) 1956
6) 1945
7) 1953
10) 1946
12) 1952
13) 1953
14) 1950
15) 1949
16) 1951
17) 1951
18) 1947
19) 1944
22) 1951
23) 1950
24) 1950
26) 1946
27) 1949
28) 1956
29) 1950
30) 1947
31) 1954
33) 1946
34) 1951
35) 1936
36) 1935
37) 1934
38) 1935

The single reel Popeyes went into colour as from "Her Honor The Mayor" in 1943, although there were three 20 minute specials in colour in 1936.

"Ace Of Space" 1953 was made in 3D.

"Popeye's Pappy" 1951 is generally banned because of its content. Click below to see it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSzoAUq45zk

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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I just wonder, is #17 "All Fair's at the Fair" ? or is it "Abusement Park" or "Thrill of Fair"?
I urge you fine people to have a look at those last two as the rollercoaster scene in Abusement Park and most of the scenes and gags in Thrill of Fair were shamelessly ripped-off to create the Roger Rabbit Short "Rollercoaster Rabbit".
Salut Edouard [Wink]

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Maurice Leakey
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The IMDB says of "All Fair At The Fair":-

"Bluto is a daring hot-air ballooner at the fair and catches the eye of Olive. Bluto make Popeye look bad on several occasions and then takes her up in his balloon. Popeye comes to her rescue with the help of some fireworks."

In "Abusement Park" Bluto tries to impress Olive. Scenes include The Tunnel Of Love and the film concludes on a roller-coaster.

In "Thrill Of Fair" it is little Swee'pea who crawls into a hot-air balloon, and it's up to Popeye to rescue him.

It appears that "All Fair At The Fair" is the correct title as stated by Panayotis.

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Jean-Marc Toussaint
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Yes Maurice, indeed, but I typed the wrong number. I meant #24 "Popeye à la fête foraine".

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Edouard Dubertret
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The list is completed. Thanks to everyone for help.
Now I will try to do as Winbert and compiling all Popeye available on super 8mm.
I will post as soon as possible

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Winbert Hutahaean
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Edouard thanks for your great job. As this thread has a specific purposes while the subject does not show it. So for the future reference, can you change the subject please.

Something like "Popeye (Film Office) french titles in its original Englis titles" will help.

For your future complete list of Popeye, here what I have:

200'
Popeye Spinach Ville
Popeye And The Magic Hat
Popeye In Ace Of Spaces
Popeye A Haul in One
Popeye Baby Wants Spinach
Popeye Penny Antics (Derann)

400'
Popeye Popeye and 1001 nights
Popeye Meets Alibaba

Companies that are known to release Popeye episodes are: Ken Films, Film Office, Derann, IE, Americom (with sound disc), Niles Films (400') and osme other that I do not know. Some companies had bogus titles like Film Office did.

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Panayotis A. Carayannis
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The IE and Americom Popeyes are from the 1960 tv series.

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