After firing the incompetent Wimpy, Olive Oyl, the owner of "Ye Blacksmith Shoppe", advertises for a new assistant: "Must be strong! Handsome! Willing!" When both Popeye and Bluto apply for the job, Olive asks them to "show me what you can do" before she makes her final decision. The two rivals demonstrate their prowess at blacksmithing, a "friendly" contest that quickly degenerates into a traditional Popeye-Bluto donnybrook--with forge, anvil and horseshoe all brought into play as the soundtrack offers an ironic rendition of "Love Thy Neighbor." This cartoon was later excerpted in the 1936 "cheater" I'm in the Army Now.
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