An eccentric millionaire and his grandchildren are embroiled in the plights of some forest gnomes who are searching for the rest of their tribe. While helping them, the millionaire is suspected of being crazy because he's seeing gnomes. He's committed, and his grandchildren and the gnomes must find and free him.
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Did You Know?
Throughout his career Walter Brennan
, who had false teeth, approached roles in one of two ways: with teeth or without. In The Gnome-Mobile
(1967) he had it both ways: teeth in for D.J. Mulrooney, and teeth out for Knobby the gnome. See more
D.J's room in the asylum is shown to have a window that is flush with the wall. However, outside shots show that the room is at roof level and the window protrudes from the roof. See more
Grandfather, where do we start this gnome hunting?
Well, I figure the most likely place would be a virgin forest. Now I happen to know of a 50,000-acre patch of timber. It's never been touched by--
[D.J. glances at the other occupants of the car
References Mary Poppins