|Saban's Gulliver's Travels|
|Created by||Jonathan Swift|
|Written by||Jean Cheville|
|Directed by||Bruno Bianchi|
|Voices of|| Terrence Scammell |
|Theme music composer|| Haim Saban |
|Country of origin|| France |
|Original language(s)|| French |
|No. of episodes||26|
|Executive producer(s)||Winston Richard|
|Producer(s)||Eric S. Rollman|
|Running time||30 min.|
|Production company(s)|| Saban Entertainment |
Saban International Paris
|Distributor|| Saban International |
Bohbot Entertainment (US)
|Original network|| Antenne 2 (France)|
Syndication (Amazin' Adventures) (US)
|Original release||September 8, 1992 –|
June 29, 1993
Saban’s Gulliver’s Travels (also known as Gulliver’s Travels) is a French/American animated series created by Saban Entertainment and Saban International Paris. It was aired from September 8, 1992 to June 29, 1993. It is an adaptation of the 1726 satirical novel Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift, and spanned a total of 26 episodes.
The series follows the fortunes of sailor Dr. Lemuel Gulliver who decided to explore the whole world. During his travel Gulliver meets the world, they live in small peoples called Lilliputs. Gulliver is accompanied by a Dr. Flim, his wife Fosla, her daughter Folia and best friend Raphael. Together experiencing amazing and fantastic adventures.
|1||"Battle of the Giants (Part 1)"||September 8, 1992|
|2||"Battle of the Giants (Part 2)"||September 15, 1992|
|3||"Snake Dance"||September 22, 1992|
|4||"King Raphael"||September 29, 1992|
|5||"The Architect of the King"||October 6, 1992|
|6||"Pigeons for Raphael"||October 13, 1992|
|7||"The Healer"||October 20, 1992|
|8||"Bread, Butter and Cheese"||October 27, 1992|
|9||"The Hunt Game"||November 3, 1992|
|10||"War"||November 10, 1992|
|11||"The Island of the Houyhoyhums"||November 17, 1992|
|12||"The Island of the Philosophs"||November 24, 1992|
|13||"Haute Couture"||December 1, 1992|
|14||"The Monkey King"||March 30, 1993|
|15||"Film Superstar"||April 13, 1993|
|16||"The Pirates"||April 20, 1993|
|17||"Abracadabra"||April 27, 1993|
|18||"The Sweet Interess"||May 4, 1993|
|19||"The Island of Laputa"||May 11, 1993|
|20||"The Sunken City"||May 18, 1993|
|21||"The Great Parade"||May 25, 1993|
|22||"The Small Giant"||June 1, 1993|
|23||"Too Difeacull to Throw"||June 8, 1993|
|24||"The Amazon Queen"||June 15, 1993|
|25||"The Gold City"||June 22, 1993|
|26||"The Volcano Lava"||June 29, 1993|
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