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Popeye
Thimbletheat.jpg
Popeye and J. Wellington Wimpy in E. C. Segar's Thimble Theatre (August 20, 1933)
Author(s)

E. C. Segar (creator, 1919–1937, 1938)
Doc Winner (1937, 1938)
Tom Sims & Bela Zaboly (1938–1955)
Ralph Stein & Bela Zaboly (1954–1959)
Bud Sagendorf (1959–1994)
Bobby London (1986–1992)
Hy Eisman (1994–present)

Actors
William Costello (1933–1935)
Detmar Poppen (1935–1936, radio only)
Floyd Buckley (Be Kind To Animals, 1936–1937 radio appearances)
Jack Mercer (1935–1945 and 1947–1984)
Mae Questel (Shape Ahoy)
Harry Foster Welch (1945–1947)
Maurice LaMarche (1985–present)
Billy West (Popeye's Voyage: The Quest for Pappy)
Robin Williams (1980)
Tom Kenny (2014 animation test)[1]
Wabsteid www.popeye.com
Current status / schedule New strips on Sundays, reprints Monanday throu Setturday
Launch date December 19, 1919
End date Julie 30, 1994 (date o last first-run daily strip, Sunday strips continue)
Syndicate(s) King Features Syndicate
Publisher(s) King Features Syndicate
Genre(s) Humour, adventur

Popeye the Sailor Man is a cartuin feectional character creatit bi Elzie Crisler Segar.[2]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

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  2. Segar, Elzie (Crisler) – Encyclopædia Britannica Article. Britannica.com. Retrieved on March 29, 2013.