Movie Music Mega Madness: Popeye

Part 1 of 2 of our heartfelt tribute to Robin Williams by lazily reblogging previous articles about him.

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Welcome to our newest column where we dust off our old cassette tapes to share some of our favorite musical movie moments.

Popeye (1980)

popeye-posterWhile the film was met with mixed reviews and considered a flop financially (even though it doubled its production costs), to a young lad such as myself this film was completely awesome. I think I knew who Robin Williams was at the time because of Mork & Mindy, he was perfectly casted as the squinky eyed sailor. This is the type of film that when you’re a kid you love for the charm and cartoon-ish humor but when re-watched as an adult you see so much more and appreciate it more. There’s a lot of adult-level humor in Popeye that I never knew or got when I was younger and because of it I can still enjoy it till this day. A lot people probably don’t…

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  1. Pingback: In Memoriam: Robin Williams (1951–2014) | Hard Ticket to Home Video

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