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Ashleigh Louise Payne 1 year ago
Cute as heck.
Robyn Hamilton over 5 years ago
Pretty bad but I liked it as a kid.
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Lisa Palmer over 6 years ago
A Troll in Central Park (also known as Stanley's Magic Garden) is a 1994 animated feature-length film directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman, creators of films such as Thumbelina, The Land Before Time, and All Dogs Go to Heaven. It was released on October 7, 1994 by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment. The film features the voice talents of Dom DeLuise as Stanley, Phillip Glasser as Gus, Tawny Sunshine Glover as Rosie, Cloris Leachman as Queen Gnorga, Hayley Mills as Hilary, Jonathan Pryce as Alan and Charles Nelson Reilly as King Llort. It is the last Don Bluth film to star Dom DeLuise. The film did very poorly at the box office and was widely panned by critics. The story begins in an area known as the "Kingdom of Trolls", where a troll named Stanley (Dom DeLuise) resides. Stanley has a magical green thumb that can make precious, beautiful flowers appear with a mere touch. Unfortunately, flowers are not allowed in the Kingdom of Trolls, forcing Stanley to hide any flowers he creates....
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