They're back! The troll doll went underground for a while. Hiding out while they reproduced and grew in number. So that they could come back and take over the planet! Mischievous little devils, those trolls.
Troll dolls were popularized in 1959 by Thomas Dam, a Danish fisherman and woodcutter. They captured the American public's attention in the 1960s and we haven't been able to get rid of the darn things since then. They came back in popularity in the 70s, 80s, and even in the 1990s. That's why the Toy Industry Association put troll dolls on the list of the top 100 toys of the century. They have even squirreled their way into making appearances (and even starred!) in numerous television shows and movies.
Whether you find them cute or ugly, they're not trouble. No trouble at all. They're quite fun. You'll laugh when you look at them and receive endless hours of enjoyment while playing with them. Careful though. Once you have one they'll multiply like weeds. Draining your bank account and dirtying all of your dishes.
Why are we going on and on about troll dolls? Because. We. Love. Them.
Troll Dolls. Find them for sale. Get one now. For you or your friends. One calls to everyone. But there may not be enough to go around yet. So get yours today! We're not making this up! Troll dolls are making a comeback.
How can you resist the trolls from Dam, Russ, Uneeda, Bright, Soma, TNT, Heico, Scandia or Ace Novelty? Use the links on the right to learn more about the troll doll, find out their history, value or even buy some that are currently for sale.