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''A Troll in Central Park ''is a 1994 animated film directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman which was a financial failure at the box office, only grossing $71,000, and was widely panned by critics. During its production, Buddy Hackett and Robert Morley had recorded their lines for the characters Stanley and King Llort respectively, but eventually the two were later replaced by Dom DeLuise and Charles Nelson Reilly. The whereabouts remain unknown.
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''A Troll in Central Park ''is a 1994 animated film directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman which was a financial failure at the box office, only grossing $71,000, and was widely panned by critics. During its production, Buddy Hackett and Robert Morley had recorded their lines for the characters Stanley and King Llort respectively, but eventually the two were later replaced by Dom DeLuise and Charles Nelson Reilly. It is unknown where the recorded lines remain.
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Latest revision as of 04:25, July 14, 2016

A Troll in Central Park is a 1994 animated film directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman which was a financial failure at the box office, only grossing $71,000, and was widely panned by critics. During its production, Buddy Hackett and Robert Morley had recorded their lines for the characters Stanley and King Llort respectively, but eventually the two were later replaced by Dom DeLuise and Charles Nelson Reilly. It is unknown where the recorded lines remain.

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