History Trivia / GulliversTravels

24th Jul '16 10:40:01 PM CJO123
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* ExecutiveMeddling: The reason the film exists. Paramount wanted to cash in on the success of Snow White. But they forced Fleischer to imitate Disney, and it '''shows'''.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: The reason the film exists. Paramount wanted to cash in on the success of Snow White. But they forced Fleischer to imitate Disney, and ''and it '''shows'''.shows''.



** In the end, while the film did well at the box office; making $3.27 million (equal to just under $122 million today) in the United States, Paramount deliberately discounted the money the film made in Europe before World War II broke out there, meaning the film had much overhead left to be paid, leaving the Fleischers in the red. Critical reaction was also mixed, with a cruel remark from rival Walt Disney quipping "We can make a better film than that with our second-string animators".

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** In the end, while the film did well was a success at the box office; making $3.27 million (equal to just under $122 million today) in the United States, Paramount deliberately discounted the money the film made in Europe before World War II broke out there, meaning the film had much overhead left to be paid, leaving the Fleischers in the red. Critical reaction was also mixed, with a cruel remark from rival Walt Disney quipping "We can make a better film than that with our second-string animators".
29th May '16 1:18:30 AM CJO123
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** In the end, while the film did well at the box office; making about $3.2 million (equal to about $113 million today) in the United States, Paramount deliberately discounted the money the film made in Europe before World War II broke out there, meaning the film had much overhead left to be paid, leaving the Fleischers in the red. Critical reaction was also mixed, with a cruel remark from rival Walt Disney quipping "We can make a better film than that with our second-string animators".

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** In the end, while the film did well at the box office; making about $3.2 27 million (equal to about $113 just under $122 million today) in the United States, Paramount deliberately discounted the money the film made in Europe before World War II broke out there, meaning the film had much overhead left to be paid, leaving the Fleischers in the red. Critical reaction was also mixed, with a cruel remark from rival Walt Disney quipping "We can make a better film than that with our second-string animators".
20th Apr '16 4:30:48 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Pinto Colvig, more known as the voice of WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} and Grumpy, is the voice of Gabby.
** [[UsefulNotes/NoteworthyLooneyTunesStaff Tedd Pierce]] who would later go on to become an animator, writer and voice actor for WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes is King Bombo.
** ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}, who was originally going to BE Gulliver in the film, is King Little as well as King Bombo's spies Sneak, Snoop and Snitch.
12th Mar '16 9:49:01 AM MarkLungo
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Pinto Colvig, more known as the voice of {{Goofy}} and Grumpy, is the voice of Gabby.
** [[NoteworthyLooneyTunesStaff Tedd Pierce]] who would later go on to become an animator, writer and voice actor for WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes is King Bombo.
** {{Popeye}} who was originally going to BE Gulliver in the film is King Little as well as King Bombo's spies Sneak, Snoop and Snitch.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: Pinto Colvig, more known as the voice of {{Goofy}} WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} and Grumpy, is the voice of Gabby.
** [[NoteworthyLooneyTunesStaff [[UsefulNotes/NoteworthyLooneyTunesStaff Tedd Pierce]] who would later go on to become an animator, writer and voice actor for WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes is King Bombo.
** {{Popeye}} ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}, who was originally going to BE Gulliver in the film film, is King Little as well as King Bombo's spies Sneak, Snoop and Snitch.



** At one point there were plans to have {{Popeye}} in the role of Gulliver.

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** At one point there were plans to have {{Popeye}} ComicStrip/{{Popeye}} in the role of Gulliver.
9th Oct '15 8:02:04 AM Prinzenick
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* ChristmasRushed: Fleischer was given less than two years to make this animated feature, starting May 1938 and with the deadline being Christmas 1939.



** To begin with, it had a deadline that was far too short—production began in May 1938, and it was due Christmas 1939; this is less than half of the four years of production that went into Snow White, the film it was meant to emulate to begin with.

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** To begin with, it had a deadline that was far too short—production short—-production began in May 1938, and it was due Christmas 1939; this is less than half of the four years of production that went into Snow White, the film it was meant to emulate to begin with.
2nd Mar '15 5:47:35 AM Omeganian
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** In the fourth part, Gulliver remarks that without civilization, even the Yahoos seem to have no sexual perversions. Today, these tendencies are known to depend little on either civilization or species.
28th Nov '14 5:49:25 PM CJO123
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** In the end, while the film did well at the box office; making about $3 million (equal to about $106 million today), Paramount deliberately discounted the money the film made in Europe before World War II broke out there, meaning the film had much overhead left to be paid, leaving the Fleischers in the red. Critical reaction was also mixed, with a cruel remark from rival Walt Disney quipping "We can make a better film than that with our second-string animators".

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** In the end, while the film did well at the box office; making about $3 $3.2 million (equal to about $106 $113 million today), today) in the United States, Paramount deliberately discounted the money the film made in Europe before World War II broke out there, meaning the film had much overhead left to be paid, leaving the Fleischers in the red. Critical reaction was also mixed, with a cruel remark from rival Walt Disney quipping "We can make a better film than that with our second-string animators".
13th Nov '14 1:49:40 AM CJO123
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** In the end, while the film did well at the box office (making about $3 million), Paramount deliberately discounted the money the film made in Europe before World War II broke out there, meaning the film had much overhead left to be paid, leaving the Fleischers in the red. Critical reaction was also mixed, with a cruel remark from rival Walt Disney quipping "We can make a better film than that with our second-string animators".

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** In the end, while the film did well at the box office (making office; making about $3 million), million (equal to about $106 million today), Paramount deliberately discounted the money the film made in Europe before World War II broke out there, meaning the film had much overhead left to be paid, leaving the Fleischers in the red. Critical reaction was also mixed, with a cruel remark from rival Walt Disney quipping "We can make a better film than that with our second-string animators".
7th Oct '14 8:45:33 AM LordGro
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** Interestingly, Swift managed to almost perfectly describe the existence of two satellites of Mars.

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** Interestingly, Swift managed to almost perfectly describe the existence of two satellites of Mars.
7th Oct '14 8:43:55 AM LordGro
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* CreatorBreakdown: If you indulge Swift's LiteraryAgentHypothesis and think of the work as a travelogue written by Gulliver himself, the ending definitely counts.
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