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  • Gulliver's Travels

  • Based on Jonathan Swift's Immortal Tale

  • Produced by Max Fleischer

  • Directed by Dave Fleischer

  • I, Lemuel 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...

  • All's well! [echoes]

  • All's well! [echoes]

  • 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! ♪

  • 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! [echoes]

  • 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...

  • A, A, All's well! Wha, wha, what's a rainy day?

  • [screams]

  • The king has visitors.

  • Do you know they're signing a wedding contract?

  • There's a giant on the beach!

  • [muffled] There, there's a giant out there!

  • Your majesty.

  • Thank you, your majesty.

  • Marriage 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!

  • Well we did it, you little rascal, you. We did it.

  • Yes we, we certainly did, didn't we?

  • Just a couple of old dag cupids, I think! [laughs}

  • Your majesty, the wedding things are here.

  • 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!

  • Exquisite taste, exquisite!

  • Roses, Freesia, Rhododendrons, Ranunculus, Snap Dragons, and Daisies.

  • Ahh!

  • They're pretty Posies, aren't they?

  • Beautiful blooms, beautiful!

  • Oh!

  • May I?

  • Oh, please do!

  • Magnificent!

  • [whispers]

  • [whistles]

  • Oh! A masterpiece!

  • Vanilla. Wow!

  • Faithful. Remember, that whatever I do, I'm always faithful, my love. ♪

  • Faithful, with all my soul and thankful for you, ♪

  • who came from heaven above. ♪

  • We'll dance tonight together, on a world with me we'll find. ♪

  • My only little daughter. I dread losing her.

  • Huh, Buck up there old boy, you're not losing a daughter. Youre gaining a son.

  • My son!

  • So I'll be faithful and faithful as I promise to be, and you'll be for all mine. ♪

  • Hmm. Lovely melody.

  • Yes, we like it.

  • That is Faithful. The song of Lilliput.

  • It will be played at the wedding tomorrow.

  • Of course. Of course.

  • What's that, Faithful? Oh, no, no! Forever!

  • The song of Blefuscu must be played at the wedding.

  • But Bombo, Faithful is always played at our weddings.

  • It, it's tradition, sir. And it's very pretty.

  • Yes, yes, I know. Pleasant little ditty,

  • oh but hardly appropriate for this great occasion.

  • But Forever! There's a song for you! Ha, ha!

  • Faithful will be played.

  • Bah! Fodder. Absolute fodder. It must be Forever!

  • Faithful.

  • Forever!

  • Faithful.

  • Forever!

  • Faithful.

  • It will be Forever, or there will be no wedding!

  • No wedding? But the cake and the pretty flowers and..

  • oh Bombo, you'll love Faithful.

  • Ahh!

  • It's war!!!

  • There's a giant on the beach!

  • It's war!!!

  • War. Woe is me. Woe is me.

  • I found a mountain, your majesty. I found it! It was man, a man mountain!

  • War isn't nice.

  • It was, was this big!

  • No, no. It was this big!

  • People get hurt in wars.

  • He's as big, as big as, as,.. big as, as, as..

  • Wait your majesty!

  • Bombo can't frighten me. No sir.

  • Don't stand there like a nincompoop!

  • I'm trying to tell you that there's a giant!

  • When I get my dandruff up, then look out.

  • But Glory, poor little Glory.

  • Don't look now gentleman, but it's war.

  • War? Whoopee!

  • 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. ♪

  • Shh!

  • Shh!

  • Shh!

  • War. Ha. Ha. Rolls off my back like a duck.

  • But, but I'm, but I'm trying to tell ya!

  • I'm telling ya there's, there's a...

  • What's on your mind?

  • I said..

  • Speak up, man.

  • There's a giant on the beach! There's a giant on the beach!

  • For heaven's sake, Gabby. Button your mouth.

  • Can't you see I have a war on my hands?

  • Be off with you. Shoo! Shoo! Shoo! Shoo!

  • A war?

  • Do you suppose he could be a, a spy?

  • Who's a spy? Who's a spy?

  • THE GIANT ON THE BEACH!!!

  • A giant? Giant? Why don't you tell me things?

  • Do something. Don't stand there. Go. Sic the dogs on him.

  • Fetch him to me at once!

  • Wake up! Wake up!

  • There's a giant on the beach! A giant on the beach!

  • Wake up, I tell ya! Wake up! There's a giant on the beach!

  • Wake up! Wake up! Giant on the beach!

  • Wake up! Wake up! There's a giant on the beach!

  • A giant on the beach! Wake up, I tell ya! Wake up!

  • There's a giant on the beach!

  • Wake up! Wake up! Giant on the beach!

  • Wake up! Wake up! There's a giant on the beach! A giant on the beach!

  • Wake up! Wake up! There's a giant on the beach!

  • A giant, on the beach?

  • A giant?

  • On the beach?

  • T-T-There's a, there's a, there's, there's a...

  • Giant on the beach!

  • Giant! [screams]

  • It's open!

  • A giant?

  • A giant on the beach!

  • Giant!

  • On the

  • Beach!

  • I said, "There's a giant on the beach!"

  • Bring cables and tools. Bring horses and mules.

  • Bring snippers and clippers, ladders and spools.

  • Bring Derek the rig, and bring Floyd the jig.

  • Bring whatchamacallit. Little and big. A thingamathud. A thingamajig.

  • And all kinds of things and stuff like that there.

  • Follow me!

  • Shh!

  • Shh!

  • Shh!

  • Hmm!

  • Shh! Quiet. We're almost there.

  • Whoaa!

  • Wh, where, where is it?

  • I don't know, but it was right here.

  • Here?

  • Oh yeah? Well where is it now?

  • Well ah, ah, I can't understand it. It was right here.

  • Honest.

  • Giant, huh! Dragging us out into the dead of the night.

  • Yeah, chasing wild geese.

  • Gabby must have been seeing things.

  • Maybe it just got up and flew away.

  • Yeah, and breathing fire.

  • Look out Gabby. Your giant's gonna bite ya!

  • Hey, hey fellas, maybe it was me he saw. Look. I'm a giant! I'm a giant!

  • [laughter]

  • Psst!

  • Psst! Psst! Psst!

  • Listen.

  • [breathing]

  • [groaning]

  • I-I-I-I t-t-told ya that there was

  • a-a-a gia, a giant on the b-b-beach.

  • And well, there he is.

  • Huh?

  • HE SAID, "THAT'S THE GIANT ON THE BEACH!!!"

  • Shh!

  • Shh!

  • Shh!

  • There isn't a moment to waste.

  • Every last man must do all that he can.

  • Work with the greatest of haste.

  • So bind up its hands, its arms, its chest, its neck, its feet!

  • And I'll do the rest.

  • Let's go!

  • Quiet.

  • Quiet.

  • Quiet.

  • Quiet.

  • Hey?

  • Shh!

  • Careful!

  • Up!

  • Put him there! No! No! Here! Don't be afraid man!

  • Aw! Aw! He got me! He got me! Aw! Aw! Help! He's killing me!

  • I don't want to die! Help! Help! He's killing me! Help!

  • Hey!

  • Well, what are you rubes waiting for? Tie him up!

  • Get the wheel. Come on, roll in the plate.

  • Bring pegs to hold him. Bring jacks, tacks, cleats, axe.

  • All kinds of things and stuff like that there!

  • [hiccup]

  • Come on now! Let's go! Heave, ho!

  • Up! Up men! Up! Up!

  • Back up Billy! Come on, Nicky.

  • Steady there, Bessie!

  • Back up, Billy!

  • Hip! Hip!

  • Ho!

  • ...five, and six, and seven, and eight, and nine, and oh!

  • Ready there below? Let's go!

  • Giddy up, Susie! Giddy up!

  • Lower wave in!

  • Careful! Careful!

  • All set below!

  • Okay, let's go!

  • Giddy up! Tally ho!

  • Giddy up! Tally ho!

  • Giddy up!

  • Oh! Oh! Oh!

  • Pull in the ropes there!

  • Not so fast! Not so fast! Hurry up, there! Slow down!

  • Get the wheels past!

  • Phew! I don't know what they would do around here without ME!

  • Ohhhh!!!

  • Heave! Heave!

  • [snoring] Faithful was always played at our weddings... Faithful.

  • [snoring] Faithful.

  • Your, your, your majesty.

  • Huh?

  • I've got the giant!

  • The giant. Oh, yes, yes, the giant. Well bring him in. Bring him in.

  • Okay. Okay.

  • Your majesty, I don't think he'd fit in here.

  • Oh you don't, huh? So it's not good enough for him, hmm?

  • Well where is he?