It was released on October 7, 1994 by Warner Bros. In New York City, two young siblings named Gus and Rosie Phillip Glasser and Tawny Sunshine Glover learn that their father Alan Jonathan Pryce and mother Hilary Hayley Mills cannot take them to Central Park. A Troll in Central Park also known as Stanley's Magic Garden is a 1994 American animated musical fantasy-comedy film directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman. At the behest of her consort King Llort Charles Nelson Reilly , Gnorga instead banishes Stanley to Central Park where, after a series of mishaps, Stanley hides himself under a bridge. And in the words of Gus from the movie, he's a coward.
Dom DeLuise who played Stanley and Phillip Glasser who played Gus are best remembered for their voice work in An American Tail and An American Tail: Fievel Goes West. He befriends a young brother and sister, out for the day unknown to their parents, and must immediately protect them from the queen's attack. But of all places, his pod lands in Central Park, where he feels right at home. Soon after, Stanley shows the children his own ideals, depicted as a world of his own… Genres:. 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.
This is an adventure that teaches the importance of love and responsibility. . Reception A Troll in Central Park received mostly negative reviews from critics and currently holds a 17% on Rotten Tomatoes with an average of 3. Info: The film begins in a Kingdom of Trolls, where Stanley Dom DeLuise has a magical green thumb with the ability to bring flowers and plants to life at a touch. Stanley is a sappy coward, Gus is a selfish brat, Rosie is sickeningly cute, and the parents of Gus and Rosie are pointless as they're barely in the film.
As a punishment, he is exiled to a world of concrete, where he should live a life of proper trolldom: Manhattan. . . . . .
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