Synopsis by Hal Erickson
"Oh, I'm so excited/Ha-cha-cha hey hey!/I'm packing up my troubles/'Cause I'm movin' today". So sings Olive Oyl as she packs up her belongings in anticipation of the arrival of "big-and-strong" moving man Bluto. Jealous over Olive's fickleness, Popeye determines to prove he's an even better furniture-hauler than Bluto, resulting in an exhausting array of meticulously timed action-and-perspective gags. Inevitably, Olive's possessions are laid to waste as Popeye and Bluto settle their differences in the traditional slam-bang-pow fashion. "Let's Get Movin" would be excerpted in the 1939 "cheater" Customers Wanted, then remade in 1956 as A Haul in One.