Gnorga yelling at him, Gnorga repeating the phrase, "Hush up" over and over and over again, the dog biting his leg (running gag)
Powers and abilities
He returns to Troll World and takes over the Kingdom of the Trolls and gets bitten once again by the dog.
"OWW! Stop attacking me! Why do you always have to attack me? Sit stay sit!" "Gnorga queen of posies" "I know. I quitely agree. That's why we truly need the little baby. To bring him here, so we can finish him. Remember?"
King Llort is the secondary antagonist of A Troll in Central Park. He is Gnorga's bumbling husband. A running gag depicts him being chased by her dog. He isn't nearly as evil as her, as he suggests banishing Stanley to Central Park (unaware that there is empty space for growing flowers) instead of turning him into stone as punishment for growing flowers. He is voiced by the late Charles Nelson Reilly who is also known for the voices of Killer and Hunch in All Dogs go to Heaven and Rock-A-Doodle, respectively.
He is played by Charles Nelson Reilly who is also known for the voices of Killer and Hunch in All Dogs go to Heaven and Rock A Doodle respectively. Charles Nelson Reilly was also known for the voice of the Dirty Bubble in Spongebob Squarepants.
He doesn't like his wife's dog biting him.
He is the husband of Gnorga.
A Troll in Central Park is the second time Charles Nelson Reily and Dom DeLuise appeared together the first was All Dogs Go to Heaven
Llort may have inspired Mr. Tweedy from Chicken Run as they are both the husband of the antagonist (In Mr. Tweedy's case Mrs. Tweedy and in Llort's case Gnorga) and both help them in their goals but at the end they turn against their wives (with Llort singing a sarcastic song called "Gnorga queen of posies" whilst Mr. Tweedy kills his wife after having enough of her abuse)