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Popeye and Bluto own adjacent shipyards. They are given the plans for a battleship; whichever finishes first gets the contract for the fleet. Bluto does his patriotic duty by refraining from his usual sabotage; his own incompetence provides much of the entertainment, until the end, when Popeye finishes first. Bluto, invited to help launch the ship, provides a bottle of champagne filled with nitroglycerine. Popeye's ship is destroyed, but after his spinach, he manages to turn out a ship every 5 seconds or so, launching an entire fleet for the war effort.

  1. Izzy Sparber

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  1. Jack Mercer

    Jack Mercer

    Popeye

  2. William Pennell

    Pluto

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A Hull of a Mess

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  • October 15, 1942
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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 6m

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