Popeye (1980)

He Needs Me

On overhearing Popeye’s (Robin Williams) affection for her, Olive Oyl (Shelley Duvall) breaks into the song, “He Needs Me.”

Directed by Robert Altman.

Released in 1980 by Paramount.

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  • prop: Window
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  • setting: Dock
  • theme: Happiness
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  • actor: Shelley Duvall
  • 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
  • screenwriter: Jules Feiffer
  • screenwriter: E.C. Segar
  • year: 1980
  • studio: Paramount