THIS ONE COMES BY WAY OF ONE OF MY BLOG READERS. I APOLOGIZE I DON'T RECALL HIS NAME, AND COULDN'T FIND THE COMMENT WHERE HE SAID HE WAS SENDING IT TO ME. YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE, AND THANK YOU FOR SHARING. IN THE SAME STYLE OF LP I THOUGHT I WOULD LINK TO ONE OF TONY'S LPs AT HIS GREAT "WAY OUT JUNK" BLOG CALLED MUSIC AND STORIES FROM ORIGINAL HIT TV AND MOVIE CARTOONS.
"In 1960, King Features Syndicate commissioned a new series of Popeye cartoons, but this time for television syndication. Jack Mercer (Popeye), Mae Questel (Olive Oyl & Betty Boop), and Jackson Beck (Bluto) returned for this series, which was produced by a number of companies, including Jack Kinney Productions, Rembrandt Films, Larry Harmon Productions and Paramount Cartoon Studios (formerly Famous Studios). The artwork was streamlined and simplified for the television budgets, and 220 cartoons were produced in only two years, with the first set of them premiering in the autumn of 1960, and the last of them debuting during the 1961-1962 television season."
Mercer & Questal receive credits as voices on this LP. Writing by Bill Kaye, with Music and Orchestration by Jimmy Carroll.
POPEYE THE SAILORMAN AND HIS FRIENDS ZIP FILE