"Boo Who" is an episode from The All-New Popeye Hour's "The Adventures of Popeye" in association with King Features Syndicate. It first aired on October 15, 1979. It was directed by Ray Patterson and Carl Urbano. Popeye was voiced by Jack Mercer, Olive Oyl was voiced by Marilyn Schreffler and Bluto was voiced by Allan Melvin.
Popeye and Olive take shelter in an old dilapidated mansion one night, and she is frightened. Bluto, who was squatting in the house, overhears her and decides to play pranks on them by simulating false ghosts, by rattling chains or puppeteering a blanket and a skeleton he finds in a a closet, but he often gets entangled in his own tricks as well. The chaos awakens three real ghosts in a bedroom above, and they start manhandling the trespassers. After much abuse, Popeye ends up trapped in a spinach cookbook and, after eating some of its pictures, is able to give the ghosts a run for their money. As Popeye and Olive are leaving the house, they see the ghosts chase Bluto away.
- Boo Who at the Internet Movie Database