1939's Animated Children's Classic! Jonathan Swift's satire Gulliver's Travels comes to remarkable life in this classic animated feature. Shipwrecked by a storm at sea, Lemuel Gulliver washes up on the shores of Lilliput, where the citizens are no tallerthan his thumb. When he's discovered asleep on the beach by the town crier, Gabby, scores of the Lilliputians flock to the the beach to tie up and secure the sleeping "giant." In the fantastic adventures that follow, Gulliver finds himself mediating the feud between Lilliput's King Little and Blefuscu's King Bombo. Produced by Max Fleischer and directed by his brother Dave Fleischer over a period of 20 months, Gulliver's Travels required the work of over 700 artists and was honored with two Academy Awardnominations in 1939 - Best Score (Victor Young), and Best Song ("Faithful Forever", music and lyrics by Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin).