Gulliver's Travels

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  • PG
  • 1996
  • 1 Season
  • 6.9  (7,079)

Gulliver's Travels from Hallmark Movies Now is a 1996 film adaptation of Jonathan Swift's satirical novel, Gulliver's Travels. The film features some of Hollywood's finest actors, including Ted Danson as Lemuel Gulliver, Mary Steenburgen as his wife Mary, and James Fox as Lord Munodi.

The film tells the story of Lemuel Gulliver, a ship surgeon who embarks on a journey to explore the world. In his travels, he finds himself stranded in the land of Lilliput, where the inhabitants are tiny people. He becomes a giant among them and must use his wits to survive in this strange new world.

As he continues his travels, Gulliver encounters more fantastical lands, including Brobdingnag, a land of giants, and Laputa, a floating island inhabited by intellectuals who have lost touch with the real world. Each land he visits teaches him something about himself and the world around him, and he is forever changed by his experiences.

The film is a faithful adaptation of Swift's classic novel, capturing the spirit of his satire and humor. It balances the fantastical elements of Gulliver's journey with the human drama of his personal life, particularly his relationships with his wife and son. The film also includes some of Swift's most famous characters, including the tyrannical Emperor of Lilliput and the Brobdingnag farmer who takes Gulliver under his wing.

Ted Danson gives a fantastic performance as Gulliver, imbuing him with both humor and pathos. He is able to portray the character's transformation from a naive explorer to a wiser, more introspective individual with subtlety and depth. Mary Steenburgen is also excellent as Gulliver's strong-willed wife, Mary, who is left behind when he sets out on his adventure. She provides a grounding presence in Gulliver's life and serves as a reminder of the stakes of his journey.

The film's special effects are impressive, particularly in its portrayal of the tiny Lilliputians and the giant Brobdingnagians. The film also has a lush, cinematic quality to it, with beautiful cinematography and art direction that captures the otherworldly nature of Gulliver's travels.

Overall, Gulliver's Travels from Hallmark Movies Now is an excellent adaptation of Jonathan Swift's classic novel. It captures the spirit of Swift's satire while also providing a heartfelt drama about one man's journey of self-discovery. With a stellar cast, impressive special effects, and beautiful visuals, it is a film that is sure to please fans of the book as well as newcomers to Gulliver's story.

Gulliver's Travels is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (2 episodes). The series first aired on February 5, 1996.

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Gulliver's Travels Episode 2
2. Gulliver's Travels Episode 2
February 5, 1996
The recounting of Gulliver's tales is artfully interwoven with the story of his struggle, upon his return to London, to prove his sanity and rescue his wife and young son from the conniving Dr. Bates, into whose clutches they have fallen during his nine year absence.
Gulliver's Travels Episode 1
1. Gulliver's Travels Episode 1
February 5, 1996
The miniseries encompasses all four books of the famous "Travels". It chronicles Gulliver's visit to the tiny, bellicose land of Lilliput, and to its peaceable counterpart, Brobdingnag, land of the giants. It brings to life the less famous stories of the hilarious Laputans, and the terrifying Struldbruggs. And finally it takes Gulliver to the land of the beautiful, civilized talking horses, the Houynhnhms, with their human beasts of burden, the Yahoos.
Where to Watch Gulliver's Travels
Gulliver's Travels is available for streaming on the Hallmark Movies Now website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Gulliver's Travels on demand at Amazon Prime and Crackle.
  • Premiere Date
    February 5, 1996
  • IMDB Rating
    6.9  (7,079)