"Infink-try" is an episode from The All-New Popeye Hour's "Private Olive Oyl" segment for Hanna-Barbera Productions in association with King Features Syndicate. It first aired on November 7, 1980. The producer was Art Scott and it was directed by George Gordon, Carl Urbano and Rudy Zamora. The associate producer was Neil Balnaves and the Creative Producer was Iwao Takamoto. Sergeant Bertha Blast was voiced by Jo Anne Worley, Olive was voiced by Marilyn Schreffler, Wimpy was voiced by Daws Butler and Colonel Crumb was voiced by Hal Smith.


Swee'Pea comes to visit Olive Oyl and Alice the Goon at the base. After visiting hours are over, Swee'Pea and Wimpy have to leave the base, but Swee'Pea gets off the bus unnoticed and goes back into the Fort Dragg army base.

Olive fails to notice him until she parachute jumps out of a plane. Swee'Pea pops out with a small chute instead of hers. He causes even more trouble for Olive and Alice, not that they need any help with that. Sergeant Blast intends to report them to the Colonel for sneaking a baby on the base, but Colonel Crumb praises the privates for rescuing a child, and also praises the Sergeant for training them.

Episode details

This segment was from episode 62 in the series, aired in season 4, episode 9 of The All-New Popeye Hour. Below is a list of the other segments for this episode.

Segment Title Seg #
Prehistoric Popeye "Bronto Beach" 9A
Health Tip Don't Smoke 9B
Private Olive Oyl "Infink-try" 9C
Health Tip Sportsmanship 9D
The Adventures of Popeye "The Midnight Ride of Popeye Revere" 9E
Health Tip Friendly Attitude 9F

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