In 40 years, no Popeye has appeared on the big screen

In 40 years, no Popeye has appeared on the big screen
Popeye the Sailor is an American comic and manga character. Popeye first appeared in the American “Timble Theatre” comic strip on January 17, 1929, created by American comic strip artist E.C. Sig.It was made into a short cartoon movie in 1933 and distributed by Paramount Pictures, which is popular all over the world.Early shooting 108 episodes, filmed by Paramount in 1942, stopped in 1957, shooting 126 episodes.TV animation was launched in 1960.Sieg died in 1938. This series of comics was succeeded by Bella Shapoli and Tom Sims; in 1958, it was replaced by Bad Shagendorf, and it lasted for a long time.The newspaper serialized and produced dozens of animated cartoons.In 1999, Pope and Oliver ended their 70-year “long-distance love,” and lovers eventually became dependents.Popeye has only ever made a live-action film, directed by Robert Altman, starring Robin Williams and Shelley Duval, and released in 1980.The film is a big director, starring as a comedy master, but the box office word of mouth is not very satisfactory, so that almost no live version has been shot since.Although the official Hollywood adaptation only shot this version.But there are still remakes in other countries. Some early years in Hong Kong, China, also made a version, which was relatively crude.