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Gulliver's Travels (1939)

 
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watch animated film directed by Dave Fleischer and produced by Fleischer Studios, based on Jonathan Swift's immortal Tale. Introduction: I, Lemuel Gulliver give thee a faithful historyLemuel Gulliver give thee a faithful history. of my most interesting adventure in the South Sea. On the 5th day of November, 1699, having reached latitude 30 degrees, two minutes south, a storm of great fury suddenly... Quotes: GABBY: All's well! All's well! All's well! What's a rainy day? / Never mind that cloud. / Behind that cloud you'll find a golden ray. / All's well! Laugh your fears away. / See the light ahead. Right ahead. / There's a moonlit night ahead. / Everyone, come on have fun. All's well! GABBY: Why do they make me sing that song? The poet who wrote it was certainly wrong. It's bright ahead. The light's ahead. I'd rather go home and go right to bed. All's well! My feet are wet and my bunions ache, and yet I've to keep wide awake, all night! I wake folks up to tell them things are all right! And, All's well! What's a rainy day? / Never mind that cloud. / Behind that cloud you'll find a golden ray. / All's well! Laugh your fears away. / See the light ahead. Right ahead. / There's a moonlit night ahead. / Everyone, come on have fun. All... GABBY: All's well! Wha, wha, what's a rainy day? GUARD #1: The king has visitors. GUARD #2: Do you know they're signing a wedding contract? GABBY: There's a giant on the beacha giant on the beach! There, there's a giant out there! KING LITTLE: Your majesty. KING BOMBO: Thank you, your majesty. Marriage ContractMarriage Contract. King Little of Lilliput does this 5th day of November 1699 give the hand of his daughter, Princess Glory, to Prince David, son of Bombo, King of Blefuscu Quite in order, fine. King Bombo! KING BOMBO: Well we did it, you little rascal, you. We did it. KING LITTLE: Yes we, we certainly did, didn't we? KING BOMBO: Just a couple of old dag cupids, I think! SERVANT: Your majesty, the wedding things are here. GABBY: There's a giant on the beach! Let me go! Let me go! Let me go! There's a giant on the beach! Let me go! KING BOMBO: Exquisite taste, exquisite! SERVANT: Roses, freesia, rhododendrons, ranunculus, snap dragons, and daisies. KING BOMBO: Ahh! KING LITTLE: They're pretty posies, aren't they? KING BOMBO: Beautiful blooms, beautiful! KING BOMBO: Oh! May I? KING LITTLE: Oh, please do! KING BOMBO: Magnificent! Oh! A masterpiece! Vanilla. Wow!

Pictures of Gulliver's Travels characters with voice actors
King Little III of Lilliput
King Little III of Lilliput
[Jack Mercer]
  Lemuel Gulliver, a shipwrecked sailor
Lemuel Gulliver, a shipwrecked sailor
[Sam Parker]
  King Bombo of Blefuscu
King Bombo of Blefuscu
[Tedd Pierce]
 
Princess Glory of Lilliput
Princess Glory of Lilliput
[Jessica Dragonette]
  Gabby, the Lilliput crier that found the giant
Gabby, the Lilliput crier that found the giant
[Pinto Colvig]
  Prince David of Blefuscu
Prince David of Blefuscu
[Lanny Ross]
 
Sneak, one of the three King Bombo's spies
Sneak, one of the three King Bombo's spies
[Sam Parker]
  Snoop
Snoop
[Sam Parker]
  Snitch
Snitch
[Sam Parker]
Watch video songs from original soundtracks and other parts of film

Watch Forever
Forever
  Watch All's Well
All's Well
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Bluebirds in the Moonlight
  Watch It's a Hap Hap Happy Day
It's a Hap Hap Happy Day
Gulliver's Travels (1939)
Gulliver's Travels (1939)
  2 Faithful
2 Faithful
  3 Giant on the beach
3 Giant on the beach
  4 Giddy up
4 Giddy up
5 Welcome to Lilliput
5 Welcome to Lilliput
  6 Come home again
6 Come home again
  7 Bombo's spies
7 Bombo's spies
  8 Where are you
8 Where are you
According to a news item in MPD, the success of Walt Disney's 1937 film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs motivated the Fleischer Studios to produce this animated feature at a budget of $700,000. Modern sources also add that 500,000 celluloids and twelve tons of paint were used for the 115,700 composite scenes in the film. This was Max Fleischer's first feature-length-Technicolor animated feature. It only used one episode from the Jonathan Swift 1726 book, Gulliver's Travels