Gulliver's Travels (1939 film)

1939 film by Max Fleischer, Dave Fleischer, Willard Bowsky

Gulliver's Travels is a 1939 American cel-animated Technicolor feature film, the second cel-animated feature film ever released, and the first produced by an American studio other than Walt Disney Productions.

Directed by Dave Fleischer. Produced by Max Fleischer for Fleischer Studios. Loosely based on Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift.


  • 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. Oh well!
  • There's a giant on the beach!


  • Forever, forever,
    There won't be anyone but you.
    Remember I'm true, my sweet.
    Forever, forever,
    You'll share in everything I do,
    And keep smiling through, my sweet.
    I'll have just you here in my heart,
    And I'll trust you though we're apart.
    So, forever, forever,
    My guiding angel you will be,
    So always have faith in me.


  • Come now, don't let my size frighten you.
  • I hear a dream all day
    A dream that calls to me
    Come home again you sailor man, sailor man
    Home again to the sea.
  • Look what you've done. Now go ahead! Break your nutshell heads over your songs! But did you have to break Glory's heart, King Little, because you are thoughtless and selfish? And you Bombo, O mighty warrior, what have you won? You were too stubborn to think, too busy quarreling to lend ear to the harmony that might have been yours. But now in your sorrow and despair, perhaps you will listen to your songs as they might be sung...


King Little: My only little daughter. I dread losing her.
King Bombo: Huh, buck up there old boy, you're not losing a daughter. You’re gaining a son... [tearfully] My son!

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