Popeye (1980)

I Yam What I Yam

A sense of empowerment and confidence grows in Popeye (Robin Williams) as he sings “I Yam What I Yam.” And what is he? He’s “Popeye the Sailor Man!”

Directed by Robert Altman.

Released in 1980 by Paramount.

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  • character-type: Sailor
  • character-type: Gambler
  • character-type: Musician
  • action: Sing
  • editors-choice: Bursting Into Song
  • editors-choice: Musical Moments
  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • primary-genre: Children and Family
  • primary-genre: Action and Adventure
  • primary-genre: Music and Musicals
  • secondary-genre: Movies for ages 8 to 10
  • secondary-genre: Movies for ages 5 to 7
  • secondary-genre: Cult Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Adventures
  • secondary-genre: Movies for ages 11 to 12
  • secondary-genre: Action & Adventure
  • secondary-genre: Musicals
  • secondary-genre: Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Family Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Children & Family Movies
  • mood: Quirky
  • mood: Family-Friendly
  • mood: Feel-Good
  • mood: Imaginative
  • primary-occasion: Party Time
  • secondary-occasion: Karaoke Party
  • prop: Piano
  • setting: Racetrack
  • setting: Casino
  • setting: Boat
  • theme: Confidence
  • theme: Self Esteem
  • theme: Individualism
  • actor: Shelley Duvall
  • actor: Paul Dooley
  • actor: Donovan Scott
  • actor: Robin Williams
  • director: Robert Altman
  • producer: C.O. Erickson
  • producer: Robert Evans
  • producer: Scott Bushnell
  • cinematographer: Giuseppe Rotunno
  • editor: David A. Simmons
  • editor: John W. Holmes
  • costume-designer: Scott Bushnell
  • production-designer: Wolf Kroeger
  • role-name: Popeye - Animated Prologue
  • role-name: Olive Oyl
  • role-name: Castor Oyl
  • role-name: Wimpy
  • screenwriter: Jules Feiffer
  • screenwriter: E.C. Segar
  • year: 1980
  • studio: Paramount