Posted by disneyfilmproject on September 14th, 2014
Ugh ugh ugh! This week the DFPP team eat their spinach before heading off to investigate corruption in the town of Sweethaven when they discover that a father’s bark can be worse than his son’s bite in the 1980 comedy adventure Popeye.
Show Notes can be found at http://www.disneyfilmproject.com/2014/09/disney-film-project-podcast-episode-193.html
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