If you're buying this simply for the 1939 Max Fleischer feature GULLIVER'S TRAVELS, it's one of the better quality copies out there and the price is nice. But this is a compilation that could have been so much more. The second movie, 1965's GULLIVER'S TRAVELS BEYOND THE MOON, is an anime' sci-fi feature that is presented in pan & scan and lacks the charm of the earlier film. (This was a widescreen production, shot in Toeiscope, and the copy here doesn't do it justice.) Probably a more entertaining double bill would have come from pairing the Fleischer film with 1935's THE NEW GULLIVER, which blends stop-motion animation and live action.
While we get seven Max Fleischer "Gabby" animated shorts among the bonus features, there were more shorts featuring other characters from the Fleischer film that could have been included and would have made for a better set overall. We are also treated to an obscure gem, George Melies' 1902 hand-colored silent fantasy short GULLIVER'S TRAVELS AMONG THE LILLIPUTIANS AND THE GIANTS, which will probably appeal more to an older audience than it will to kids. Again, you're getting a lot of goodies for a good price, but it's an eclectic collection and each of the offerings will probably appeal to different tastes.