I've been trying to find any bit of information on this for quite time now. This might be not even lost, but extinct...
Please take a look:
I have found every possible animated Gulliver's Travels adaptation in the world, both Western and Japanese, but nothing even close to this very mysterious one.
There's even more to the mystery:
This is a UK DVD release of selected episodes from Saban's Gulliver's Travels. Whether you familiar with Saban's adaptation or not, you can clearly see that the Gulliver on the DVD illustration looks nothing like Saban's Gulliver, but is, based on anything, looks exactly like the mysterious one. There's no doubt that the mysterious Gulliver was in front of the eyes of the artist behind the illustration.
This could be just anything: A pilot for an unreleased series, a random scene from another TV series/movie/OVA/you name it...
Post by gulliverlover on Sept 26, 2017 0:36:15 GMT
Hello, I am also a big fan of Gulliver's Travels, so this has intrigued me. (also if you have a list of all the adaptations you have found, i would love that?)
So far no luck, the only clue in the video you posted is that it is in hebrew. (מסעות גוליבר (חברים מצויירים It seems like there was a channel for cartoons dubbed into hebrew, and that featured something with gulliver's travels... I will keep searching.
I doubt we'll get a reply since OP hasn't logged in since January, but if he sees this - I see that the video is uploaded to your account, do you mind telling us where you got that clip from? This has me intrigued. I thought I was finding some clues but it turns out all I did was stumble across the fact that there's a Hebrew dub of the Saban series.
I took this brief clip from a Israeli video advertisement promoting various children's shows available on VHS. The tapes were released in a series called "Chaverim Metzuyarim" (Hebrew: חברים מצויירים, lit.: "Animated Friends"). Here's the particular point I took it from: youtu.be/apflzfsK6CU?t=4m11s
The VHS was indeed released, but only the cover illustration was, of course, related to this mysterious Gulliver, while the actual Gulliver inside was Saban's...
gulliverlover @ I believe you familiar with most of them, but here are some of the Japanese adaptations:
Wow - It's nice to see some Hebrew here and Israelis posting on the forum (!חג שמח ). The Guliver illustration used on the DVD was weirdly also present on old syrup bottles named "Guliver Syrup" (Probabaly as some sort of a promotion). They were made by the company Prigat in the early 90s; as seen here in this advert from the magazine "Parents and Children" (הורים וילדים):