Popeye The Sailor 1933-1938 Volume 1 includes more than nine hours of cartoons -- 58 (7- to10-minute) theatrical black-and white-shorts and two two-reeler 20-minute color cartoons. Some of the most memorable shorts from the DVD are the remastered "Blow Me Down!" and a cameo appearance by Betty Boop dressed as a hula dancer in the 1933 "Popeye the Sailor" cartoon, the short in which Popeye made his first animated appearance. The four-Disc DVD set also includes the Academy Award-nominated "Popeye The Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor" and more than five hours of incredible bonus features
- Popeye Commentaries – Including historians, animators and filmmakers
- "Behind the Toons" – These featurettes are in depth looks at select cartoons, characters and creators
- "I Yam What I Am: The Story of Popeye the Sailor Man" – All-new documentary
- "The Evolution of Animation: The History of the Fleischer Studios" – All-new documentary
- "Max Fleischer and the New York Style" – All-new documentary
- Bonus Popeye Shorts – Including "Let’s Sing with Popeye" and "Popular Science"
- Bonus Fleischer Cartoons – Including "Poor Cinderella," "Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy" and "Superman"