A production of the die-casting car was produced from the cartoon or the cinema was much preferred to collect it. For me, I am also interested too. It might be the way I work in this line to be playful with the special the performer of the die-cast. One of the companies who produced much more die-casting car from the cinema is Corgi.
Popeyes Paddle Wagon, from the Popeye cartoon series is one of the importance of Corgi. It produced in between 1971-1972. It has two sizes, a big one 802 (12.6 cm) and the smaller one is Corgi Juniors No.1008.
Popeye the Sailor is a fictional hero famous for appearing in comic strips and animated films as well as numerous TV shows. He was created by Elzie Crisler Segar, and first appeared in the daily King Features comic strip Thimble Theatre on January 17, 1929.
In 1933, Max and Dave Fleischer's Fleischer Studios adapted the Thimble Theatre characters into a series of Popeye the Sailor theatrical cartoon shorts for Paramount Pictures. These cartoons proved to be among the most popular of the 1930s, and the Fleischersand later Paramount's own Famous Studioscontinued production through 1957.
Since then, Popeye has appeared in comic books, television cartoons, a 1980 live-action film (Popeye, directed by Robert Altman), arcade and video games, and hundreds of advertisements and peripheral.
This die-cast Popeyes Paddle Wagon, was a good example for using imagination in design. It completed with Popeye scanning the sea through his telescope, Olive rocking back and forth at the wheel, Swee Pea rocking in his cradle, and the heads of Wimpy and Bluto bobbing up and down as the cars simulated paddle wheels roll.