A Troll in Central Park

A Troll in Central Park

Director: Don Bluth, Gary Goldman Cast: Dom DeLuise, Cloris Leachman


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This animated feature from Don Bluth is aimed toward very young children. It follows the exploits of Stanley, the nicest troll in Troll Land. Unfortunately, the other trolls do not like too much niceness, and Stanley is banished from his homeland by the nasty Gnorga. He is sent to live in New York City with the hope that the banishment will cure him of his sweetness. Stanley lands in Central, where he puts his special talent for growing pretty flowers to good use. There he meets two sad youngsters whose parents are too busy working to pay attention to them. Stanley becomes their friend. He teaches them to believe in themselves. Stanley is happy. But then, Gnorga suddenly appears and tries to destroy it all. Will she succeed?

Product Details

Release Date: 02/19/2002
UPC: 0024543029038
Original Release: 1994
Rating: G
Source: 20th Century Fox

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dom DeLuise Stanley
Cloris Leachman Queen Gnorga
Philip Glasser Gus
Hayley Mills Hilary
Jonathan Pryce Alan
Charles Nelson Reilly King Llort
Tawny Sunshine Glover Rosie

Technical Credits
Don Bluth Director,Producer
Gary Goldman Director,Producer
Russell Boland Associate Producer
John K. Carr Editor
Robert Folk Score Composer
Norman Gimbel Score Composer
Dave Goetz Production Designer
David Goetz Production Designer
Stu Krieger Screenwriter
Barry Mann Score Composer
Brian Masterson Musical Direction/Supervision
John Pomeroy Producer
Cynthia Weil Score Composer

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A Troll in Central Park 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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I think that this is a great movie for the family, and i personally enjoyed it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A Troll in Central Park is a great movie about the good (Stanley) vs. bad (other trolls) conflict. Stanley is the good guy even though he's small. His green thumb shines through every thing showing a little boy and his sister that niceness is a good thing.
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