Underground trolls use a crystal ball that lets Smurfs see their fondest wishes in order to kidnap whoever touches it. / The Smurfs discover a fountain of youth guarded by a troll, who steals Papa Smurf's magic book.
Did You Know?
In a scene from "Now You Smurf 'Em, No You Don't," as Farmer is shown watering his crops before being dragged underground by the trolls, he is surround by corn stalks and a scarecrow with a pumpkin head. However, corn was unknown in Europe until it was imported from the Americas in the 16th century while pumpkins were unknown in Europe until there were imported from the Americas in the 17th century. The use of pumpkins for decorative purposes (e.g. carving images from them) came latter on. The background of the Smurf cartoon series is the late Middle Ages (circa 14th-15th century), early for the appearance of corn and pumpkins in Europe. See more