Well, tired of lookin' at Bimbo yet? Man, that chimp-dog can scuttle! Anyway, here is what is in my opinion the second strongest sequence in 'Gulliver's Travels (Fleischer Studios, 1939): "Bluebirds in the Moonlight". Of course, as always, the essential problem is Gulliver himself. This observation is irrelevant because, if you're here, you probably love this film just like I do. This copy hails from a Reader's Digest VHS believe it ot not. Sure, it's a little too fruity for Fleischer and has it's flaws but there's no denying the sheer spectacle and showmanship of this part of the film.