In the town of Lilliput there is a town watchman named Gaby who soon stumbles into humongous hand. This hand belongs to Gulliver, who has just been shipwrecked. Gaby soon alerts the town of the giant on the beach. He even goes to the king who does not have time to listen to him since he is trying to plan a wedding for his daughter.
The two kings soon have a disagreement about the theme song that should be played at the wedding. This Makes the king of Blefiscu angry and he storms back to his country. Finally Gaby gets through to the king that there is a giant on the beach and is told to bring him to the city. So in the middle of the night, Gaby gathers all the townsfolk and begin making a huge platform on wheels. They tie Gulliver up as he is sleeping and wheel him to the center of town. His gun is taken from him for safe keeping. Soon he wakes up and everyone hides. Gaby is stuck on a balcony where the giant picks him up and inspects the tiny creature. He releases him and explains that he is a friend which sends the town into a joyous party mood. They begin fixing up Gulliver’s clothes and clean him up after his rough experience at sea. King Bombol of Blefiscu soon arrives with his war ships and attacks the tiny town of Lilliput.
Gulliver then wades into the ocean and gathers all the anchors of the war ships. He pulls them to land and forces them to listen to reason. However, King Bombol’s spies have another trick up their sleeve. They have stolen Gulliver’s gun that was in safe keeping and attempt to shoot Gulliver with it. Luckily, the Prince of Blefiscu moves the gun enough to save Gulliver’s life, but falls over the cliff with the gun in doing so. Find out if the prince and princess get married regardless of what is going on between their fathers. Does the prince even survive? This cartoon is very appropriate for children since it does not have any language in it.
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