Popeye (1980)


(veja versão dublada abaixo, bem como as letras das músicas)

Popeye the sailor man, Olive Oil & Sweet Pea from cartoon into movie 🙂

Popeye, o filme.

Em 1980, o diretor Robert Altman resolveu filmar a série animada do Popeye com atores de verdade.
O roteiro é do cartunista Jules Feiffer e o filme é estrelado pelo excepcional Robin Williams no papel do velho marujo.
Shelley Duval fez a Olívia Palito numa atuação memorável, Paul L. Smith interpretou o vilão Brutus e Ray Waltson fez Poopdeck Pappy.
O resultado foi uma das mais fieis adaptações que uma história em quadrinhos teve no cinema.
Sem nenhuma das companhias produtoras (Paramount e Disney) nem críticos capazes de decidirem que tipo de filme iconoclasta Altman estava fazendo, transformando a tira de quadrinhos de E. C. Segar num musical de ação ao vivo, o filme foi virtualmente condenado ao fracasso e a negligência.
Certamente, com Robin Williams fazendo performance virtuosa como herói, e piadas que vão de besteiras bem coreografadas a infelicidades verbais sutis (Popeye murmurando sobre doença venerável) é sofisticado demais para funcionar apenas como coisa infantil.
Nem sua história – na qual Popeye procura por seu pai perdido enquanto paquera Olívia Palito é menos discursiva ou fragmentada que o melhor trabalho de Altman.
Na verdade, o filme pode ser visto como uma estranha e maravilhosa variação sobre o tema Quando Os Homens São Homens, com a cidadezinha de Sweetheaven imaculadamente desenhada, com os personagens vividamente caracterizados e as canções de Harry Nilsson, tudo isso contribuindo para um retrato de uma sociedade bizarra, ao mesmo tempo humana e fantástica de sonhos.

Dublagem do antigo VHS de 1989, feita no estúdio “S&C Produções Artísticas – São Paulo”.

Elenco e dubladores:
Popeye (Robin Williams) – Nelson Machado
Olívia Palito (Shelley Duvall) – Noeli Santisteban
Brutus (Paul L. Smith) – Antônio Moreno
Cobrador de Inpostos (Donald Moffat) – Eleu Salvador
Castor Palito (Donovan Scott) – Orlando Viggiani
Nana Palito (Roberta Maxwell) – Márcia Gomes
Cole Palito (MacIntyre Dixon) – Marlos Lander
Vovô Popeye (Ray Walston) – Waldir de Oliviera
Dudu (Paul Dooley) – Francisco Borges
Geezil ou Sr. Jacó (Richard Libertini) – Ézio Ramos

Letras das MÚSICAS/SONGS (and lyrics)

“For Robert Altman’s 1980 film Popeye, he recruited Harry Nilsson to do the songs and Van Dyke Parks to do the film score. The songs were sung in the film by the characters, a la any musical, but the original demos of Harry singing them still exist.
Apparently Harry was not the clear cut choice to do the songs according to Altman, “Nobody wanted him at first except Robin Williams. Everyone said ‘You’ll get in trouble with him — he’ll get drunk; he won’t do it; he’s all washed up.’ As a matter of fact I said all of those things about Harry to Robin myself one day. Then I went home and thought about it and said to myself, ‘Jesus, that’s what some people are saying about me!’ So I called Harry Nilsson, because I had never met him in my life, and we got along terrifically.”

http://youtu.be/umFzekMru2k

Oh I’m Popeye the Sailor Man
I’m Popeye the Sailor Man
I’m strong to the finich
‘Cuz I eats me spinach
I’m Popeye the Sailor Man

[backup singers]
He’s Popeye the Sailor Man
He’s Popeye the Sailor Man
He’s strong to the finich
‘Cuz he eats his spinich
He’s Popeye the Sailor Man

I’m one tough gazookas
That hates all palookas
That ain’t on the up and square
I biffs ‘em and buffs ‘em
And always out-roughs ‘em
And none of ‘em gets nowheres.

[backup singers]
If anyone dass’es to risk his fisk
It’s boff and it’s wham unnerstan’

So keep good behavior
That’s your one lifesaver
With Popeye the Sailor Man

[backup singers]
He’s Popeye the Sailor Man
He’s Popeye the Sailor Man
He’s strong to the finich
‘Cuz he eats his spinich
He’s Popeye the Sailor Man

[backup singers]
Popeye…Popeye…Popeye!
Popeye the Sailor Man!

Songs written by Harry Nilsson

Sweethaven

Sweet Sweethaven
God must love us
We the people
Love Sweethaven
Hurray hurray Sweethaven
Flags are wavin’
Swept people from the sea
Safe from democracy
Sweeter than a melon tree
Put here for you and me
Sweethaven
Sweet Sweethaven
God must love us
We the people
Of Sweethaven
God must have landed here
Why else would he strand us here
Where the air is nice and clear
Sweethaven even sounds so near
To Heaven
God will always bless Sweethaven
God will always bless Sweethaven
God will always bless Sweethaven

Sailin’ taken from the movie Popeye made in 1980 starring: Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall.

http://youtu.be/5Lybv_7QApc

Lyrics:
[Popeye]
Oh I’ve been sailin’ ‘bout the seven seas
Lookin’ for somebodys who would sails wit’ me
Sail wit’ me
Sail wit’ me

[Olive]
And I’ve been waiting for someone like you
A man who could love me and would promise to
Stay with me
Stay with me
Stay with me

[Both]
Sailin’
Sailin’
Sailin’
Sail…

[Popeye]
Nothin’ feels better than a rows on the sea

[Olive]
And I can’t think of anyone but you
To stay with me

Stay with me
Stay with me
Stay with me

[Popeye]
Sail wit’ me

[Olive]
Stay with me

[Popeye]
Sail wit’ me

I Yam What I Yam taken from the movie Popeye made in 1980 starring: Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall

Lyrics:
[spoken]
You don’t have to be no fish to tell when you’re flounderin’
What am I? Some kind of barnacles on the dinghy of life?
I ain’t no doctors but I knows when I’m losin’ me patiensk
What am I? Some kind of judge, or a lawyers?
Aw, maybe not; but I knows what laws suits me
So what am I? I ain’t no physciscisk, but I knows what matters
What am I? I’m Popeye, the sailor

[sung]
And I yam what I yam what I yam and I yam what I yam and that’s all that I yam ‘cause I yam what I yam

And I gots a lot of muskle and I only gots one eye
And I never hurts nobodys and I’ll never tell a lie
Tops to me bottoms and me bottoms to me top
And that’s the way it is ‘till the day that I drop
What am I?
I yam what I yam!

I yam what I yam what I yam what I yam what I yam

I can open up an ockean I can take a lot of sail
I can lose a lot of waters and I’ll never have to bail
I can pushk up Madagascar grab a whale by the tail

What am I?
What am I?
I yam what I yam!

I’m Popeye, the sailor
I’m Popeye, the sailor
I’m Popeye, the sailor
I yam what I yam and that’s all that I yam
I yam what I yam what I yam what I yam
I’m Popeye the sailor man!

Please visit the Popeye memorabilia website: www.popeyememorabilia.piczo.com
He Needs Me taken from the movie Popeye made in 1980 starring: Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall.

Lyrics:

And all at once I knew
I knew at once
I knew he needed me

Until the day I die
I won’t know why
I knew he needed me

It could be fantasy, o-oh
Or maybe it’s because

He needs me he needs me
He needs me he needs me
He needs me he needs me

Dah de da da da da da da da da da
Dah de da da da da da da da da dah

It’s like a dime a dance
I’ll take a chance
I will because he needs me

Noone ever asked before
Before because they never needed me

[Popeye]
But I do

But he does!

Maybe it’s because he’s so alone
Maybe it’s because he’s never had a home

He needs me he needs me
He needs me he needs me
He needs me he needs me

For once, for once in life
I’ve finally felt
That someone needed me

And if it turns out real
Then love can turn the wheel

Because

He needs me he needs me

He needs me he needs me
He needs me he needs me

He needs me he needs me
He needs me he needs me
He needs me he needs me

Dah de da da da da da da da da dum
Dah de da da da da da da da da dah

Songs written by Harry Nilsson

Popeye – Swee’Pea’s Lullaby

http://youtu.be/XjGaV3Xk6Q8

Swee’pea…

Everybody needs to have somebodys
Even if it’s only me
So stops yer cryin’ Swee’pea
An’ trys to go to sleeps
I don’t knows how you got here
I don’t knows if you cares
You coulda comes from Heavens
Or a typhoon anywhere

Oh me I came from Heaven
Of Catalina Lagoon
And I was told me mammy
Gave me up in a typhoon

So don’t you cry, little Swee’pea
You and me, we’s both the same
And the biggest tear I ever seen
Was in the eye of a hurricane

Go to sleep, sleep sleepy
I’ll tell you what you sees
And someday when you’s older
I’ll tell yous all about me

Love…Popeye

Songs written by Harry Nilsson

It’s not easy being me

http://youtu.be/N6pqHDacLJ4

It’s not easy bein’ me
Masker of me own deskiny
And I hates responsibiliky
It’s not easy bein’ me

Oh it’s hard to be in charge

[Bluto]
Even harder bein’ large

But you’re charged when you’re in charge
It’s not easy bein’ me

Right front rear right
Don’t step in front of me!

[Bluto]
Right left left right
Yes sir, your Admiralty!
I hate you so much!

It’s not easy bein’ me
Admiral of me own ship at sea
Now I knows why I admires me
It’s not easy bein’ me

[Bluto]
It’s not easy bein’ me

The problems of the large

[Bluto]
If ya know what I mean

He’s large he’s large!

[Bluto]
I got me own destiny

Yo ho, yo ho!

[Bluto]
It’s not easy bein’ mean!

Sometimes something happen
I don’t know why anymore
Sometime one time something happened
I don’t know what anymore

It’s not easy bein’ me
Masker of internal piracy
And it’s not the all-end of me
Still, it’s not easy bein’ me

It’s not easy bein’ me

It’s not easy bein’ me / [Bluto] It’s not easy bein’ mean

It’s not easy bein’ me

It’s not easy

Songs written by Harry Nilsson

He’s Large

He’s tall
Good lookin’
And he’s large
He’s large
Large
Tall
Large
So large
And he’s mine

He’s not a mandolin
Oh no
He’s an accordian
I’ll have to squeeze him each night to keep him warm
Warm
Oh…

He’s virile
And he’s strong
Strong
He’s strong
Strong
And he’s large
Large
Large

Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo dah dah dah
Dah dah dah
Dah dah dah

He’s got money and respect
That’s true
He’s better than the rest
That’s true
He may not be the best
But he’s large
And he’s mine
Large
Large
Large
Large
Mine
Mine
Mine
Mine

Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo dah
Dah dah dah
Dah dah dah

It may seem funny but it’s not
Oh no
I’m thankful for what I’ve got
Me too
It may not be a lot
But he’s large
And he’s mine

I’m Mean

Lyrics:
I’m mean I’m mean I’m mean
Ya know what I mean
He’s mean he’s mean
Ya know what I say
He’s says he’s mean
Ya know what I mean
He’s mean he’s mean

Mean
He’s mean he’s mean
Ya know what I mean
He’s mean he’s mean
I say what I mean
That’s true that’s true
I mean what I say
He do he do

I’m so mean I had a dream of beatin’ myself up
I broke my nose I broke my hand I wrestled myself to the ground and then
Choked myself to death then broke the choke and woke up

That’s how mean I’m mean I’m mean
Ya know what I mean
He’s mean he’s mean
I practically lost
The fight of his life
And it took me all night
All night all night
But I came out all right
All right all right
Because I’m so mean

I’m mean
He’s mean he’s mean
Ya know what I mean
He’s mean he’s mean
I mean that I’m mean
He’s mean he’s mean
I mean what I say
He’s mean he’s mean
Ya know what I mean
He’s mean he’s mean
I’m meaner than spit
That’s it that’s it
I’m meaner than [here he gets drowned out by crowd]
That’s it that’s it
I’m meaner than mean
He’s mean he’s mean

[spoken by someone]
He pauses for a moment
Looks around, picks up a tiger
And completely demolishes a whole building
With one puff

[back to the song]
I’m mean
He’s mean he’s mean
Ya know what I mean
He’s mean he’s mean
If you know what I mean
He says he’s mean
If you know what I mean
He says he’s mean

He’s mean he’s mean
[repeat]

Kids

http://youtu.be/4a-JcraSl84

Lyrics:
[all spoken]
I am poppa to no male, nor no female child…that no court could prove otherwise! And certainly not the likes of no skinnipated, sissipated, frump like you. Children! Children! Kids! Children! Give ‘em everythin’ they want, and what do you gets in return? Nuttin! Nuttin! Nuttin! But heartache, heartache, sadness, and misery! And a bad time once in a while when you try ta give ‘em a bath, and they don’t want it! And another bad time when you wanna do somethin’ that you really wanna do, but all they wanna do is know what you wanna do! Bless their little hearts; if they were really made outta gold, I’d like ta sell ‘em on the open marketplace, and make me a fortune! Kids! They don’t know what they’re doin’. Kids! Dad-blast ‘em, they’re gonna lead ya to ruin! They cry at you when they’re young, they yell at ya when they’re older, they borrow from ya when they’re middle-aged, and they leave ya alone to die–without even payin’ ya back! Children! Pooey! Give ‘em everythin’ they want, and what do ya get back in return? You get nothin’! Why they’re just smaller versions of us, ya know, and I’m not so crazy about me in the first place–so why would I want onna them? I ask ya…Children! Ah, children. Sure they’re soft, they’re cuddly, they’re friendly when they wanna be. They know how ta smile, and get what they want; but that’s not enough, if you know what I mean–and I think ya know what I mean. Cuz I’m talkin’ about kids. Phooey! Phooey on alla them! Why, my greatest hope in life is that someday, onna them might grow up and get married, so they can have children! Oh, they’re okay for some people I guesses, but then again, some people’s children–bleh! Lock up the little moppetites! Try feedin’ one at three in the mornin’, you’ll see what I mean if you know what I mean I hope you know what I mean cuz I sure know what I mean. I think that’s why I don’t like ‘em very much. Because you pour your heart out to ‘em, you give ‘em everythin’ they want: give ‘em candy, and a lotta toys, and what do ya get back? You get a lotta noise! “Na-na-na-na-na-na!” I’m through with children, I’m through with kids, there ain’t nothin I’m never gonna do about it! First of all, they should be born when they’re 21. That way they can vote right away, which is what they already wanted to do, since the minute they got here. They wanna run things, they wanna run everythin’! They wanna run the world, and that’s what they’re gonna do someday. They ain’t gonna stop until its called “The Planet of the Little Moppetites”!

Songs written by Harry Nilsson

Din’we

http://youtu.be/-_S7N-c37B4

We walked in clouds up there, remember
Looking for eachother…din’ we
Din’ we

I forget the place
Was New York in June
Moonlight in New York

Such a wonderful affair

You’ll hold my hand in mine, and yours
Din’ we

Someone, someone din’ care
I like to think I’m yours,
Away, away, and not forgotten

Din’ we, you and me
Din’ we

Here you were mine
My heart bleeds for everyone
Take it or leave me, it’s not enough

But darlin’, do you recall
My Funny Valentine
Din’ we

Dance with me
Leave it all behind
Like we did before
When you were mine

Sleep, sleep, sleep, my darlin’
Will you be mine
Oh, din’ we

Walked through the stars, hand in hand, remember
Something over the rainbow

You show me yours, and I’ll show you mine
Din’ we

It isn’t easy, being me and you
You turn on the lights, I’ll turn off the phone
We held eachother tight
Din’ we

Oh, din’ we

Songs written by Harry Nilsson

Blow Me Down

In the mornin’ air
There’s so much to bear
Blow me down

It’s the wind ‘n air
Tryin’ its double dare to
Blow me down
Blow me down

It’s no bother but
I’d rather not
That’s easy to see

Wherever I go
I yam what I yam
That does it for me

Believe it or not

It’s a lovely day
It’s a perfect day
Blow me down

It’s a lovely place
Think I’d like to stay but
Blow me down
Blow me down

It’s nice and friendly here
I think I’ll spend a year
Or two maybe three

I yam what I yam
Wherever I goes
I comes from the sea

Believe it or not

In the evenin’ air
Lots of people there
Tryin’ to blow me down

But unlike the clothes I wear
I haven’t got a care, so
Blow me down
Blow me down

It’s no bother but
I’d rather not
That’s easy to see

Wherever I go
I yam what I yam
I comes from the sea

In the mornin’ air
There’s so much to bear
Blow me down

It’s the wind and air
Tryin’ to double dare to
Blow me down
Blow me down

It’s no bother but
I’d rather not
That’s easy to see

Wherever I go
I yam what I yam
That does it for me

Believe it or not

Popeye is based on characters created by E.C. Segar for King Features Syndicate.

Popeye is belong to Paramount Pictures & Walt Disney Company.

Everything is food

*THIS IS NOT PART OF THE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK OF THE FILM*
*THE SONG ” EVERYTHING IS FOOD” IN THE FILM WAS NEVER RELEASED*
*THIS DEMO VERSION IS PERFORM BY HARRY NILSSON*

From the 1980 movie staring Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall. The music & lyrics by Harry Nilsson. (It sountrack is only available on LP record for while, but it now available as a digital download from music retailers such as iTunes and Amazon MP3 or as a CD-R through Amazon.com)

Popeye is based on characters created by E.C. Segar for King Features Syndicate.

Popeye is belong to Paramount Pictures & Walt Disney Company.

No copyright infringement intended.

Everything is food, food, food
Everything is food to go
Everything is food for thought
Everything you knead is dough

It is food
Everything is food

Everything is meat, meat, meat
Careful what you put on your feet
Once it lived on an animal
Now it walks along with you
It could be food
Food, food, food

It is food
Everything is food

Everything is upside down now
Everything is sunny side up
It’s ubiquitous
Enigmatic and
They can’t trick us
With no hot dogmatic

It is food, food, food
And it’s full of flavor
Food, food, food
It’s so good to savor

Everything is food, food, food
Everything is upside down

Everything is sunny side up
It’s ubiquitous
Enigmatic and
They can’t trick us
With no hot dogmatic

It’s food, food, food
Make no mistake about it
Food, food, food

Never ever doubt it
Food, food, food
Everything is food

Songs taken from the actual Popeye Soundtrack Album CD.

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