Tony Hawk Teaches Jay Pharoah to Skateboard

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Popeye Writer
The Man on the Flying Trapeze Miscellaneous Crew
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 1935 Adventures of Popeye (Short) (by arrangement with - as Segar)
 1934 Shoein' Hosses (Short) (by arrangement with - as Segar)
 1934 Can You Take It (Short) (by arrangement with - as Segar)
 1934 The Man on the Flying Trapeze (Short) (by arrangement with - as Segar)
 1934 Let's You and Him Fight (Short) (by arrangement with - as Segar)
 1934 Sock-a-Bye, Baby (Short) (by arrangement with - as Segar)
 1933 Wild Elephinks (Short) (by arrangement with - as Segar)
 1933 I Eats My Spinach (Short) (by arrangement with - as Segar)
 1933 Blow Me Down! (Short) (by arrangement with - as Segar)
 1933 I Yam What I Yam (Short) (by arrangement with - as Segar)
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 2012 Perdu dans l'âge d'or (Short) (character)
 1988 Popajeva prica po narodnoj bajci (TV Movie) (characters)
 1982 Popeye (Video Game) (characters - uncredited)
 1980 Popeye (based on characters by)
 1972 The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie (TV Series) (comic strip "Thimble Theatre" - 1 episode)
- Popeye Meets the Man Who Hated Laughter (1972) ... (comic strip "Thimble Theatre" - uncredited)
 1944 Nimbus libéré (Short) (character "Popeye" - uncredited)
 1933 I Yam What I Yam (Short) (characters - as Segar)
 1933 Popeye the Sailor (Short) (as Segar)
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  Bird of Steel! (special thanks) (filming)

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Creator of the comic strip "Thimble Theatre," which in 1929 introduced one of the most popular and beloved comic characters ever: a certain sailor named Popeye.

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