Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In the spirit of the Christmas season, traditional enemies Popeye and Bluto bury the hatchet, don their swankiest attire, and escort Olive Oyl to the Happy Hour Club for a New Year's Celebration. Unwilling to leave Olive's frail, white-haired grandmother home alone, soft-hearted Popeye decides to take the old dear along to the festivities. During a jitterbug contest, Bluto and Olive cut quite a rug, but poor Grandma is left sitting on the sidelines until Popeye plies her with spinach--whereupon Granny kicks up her heels, joins the revellers and ends up as the life of the party. This delightful effort is highlighted by a vigorous rendition of "Christmas Comes But Once a Year", originally written for the 1936 Fleischer "Color Classic" of the same name.