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Channel 4's Gulliver's Travels has picked up an unprecedented 10 Emmy nominations - the most nominations ever received by a British production in the prestigious awards. The two-part mini-series starring Ted Danson (pictured) was a huge success in the United States, gaining an audience of 53 million.

It was produced by Duncan Kenworthy, who also made Four Weddings And A Funeral. With its all-star cast and spectacular special effects, Gulliver's Travels also won Channel 4 its second biggest audience - after Four Weddings And A Funeral. The cast included Danson's wife Mary Steenburgen, Edward Fox and his brother, James, Omar Sharif, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Edward Woodward, Sir John Gielgud and Richard Wilson.

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