G | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
An evil witch banishes a flower loving troll named Stanley, to New York City, where he befriends two young children.
Co-director Gary Goldman said during an interview that the reason the movie did so poorly at the box office was the fact that it was released without any promotion, and that release was limited. He also stated that its distributor Warner Bros. did not have any confidence in the film.
Hey! Watch yourself!
Troll: Say, what was that?
Troll: Oh, for a minute, I thought I saw one of them, um, um, uh, flower things.
Troll: That's a relief. I'd sure hate to have to tell the queen. Oh, well, have a rotten day!
Troll: I'm a bad troll, a very bad troll.
In the full screen version, when Gus and Rosie leave Stanley to go home, some of their bodies start to vanish.
The final scene where the dog bites Llort continues during the beginning of the end credits.
The DVD version omits the Warner Bros. logos, as it was released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, which its logo appears instead.