Not to be confused with Many Tanks.

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"Tanks a Lot" 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 October 24, 1981. The producer was Art Scott and it was directed by George Gordon, Carl Urbano and Rudy Zamora. Sergeant Bertha Blast was voiced by Jo Anne Worley, Olive was voiced by Marilyn Schreffler and Colonel Crumb was voiced by Hal Smith.


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Sergeant Blast is tired of Privates Olive and Alice the Goon's screw-ups while they are on maneuvers. she decides to isolate them from everyone else to keep them out of her hair, but Olive and Alice find an abandoned tank and run amok anyway.

Sergeant Blast wants Colonel Crumb to have then court-martialed for all the trouble they have caused, but the Colonel thinks it is one of the best examples of tank driving he has ever seen.

Episode details

This segment was from episode 60 in the series, aired in season 4, episode 7 of The All-New Popeye Hour. Below is a list of the other segments for this episode.

Segment Title Seg #
Prehistoric Popeye "Vegetable Stew" 7A
Safety Tip Aerosol Sprays 7B
Private Olive Oyl "Tanks a Lot" 7C
Safety Tip Sun Burn 7D
The Adventures of Popeye "Winner Window Washer" 7E
Safety Tip Roller Skates 7F

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