This was probably the nadir of her career, unless you count Soul Man, which came out the same year, so 1986 was assuredly not her peak.
This was alleged to be Julia:
The escaped breast did not appear in the film, but from an article published in a magazine, and is allegedly a BTS photo from Troll. Cinefantastique published it in March, 1986, page 17, and identified it as Julia. The film came out that same year. In the very next edition of Cinefantastique (May, 1986, page 62), the magazine published a letter from Julia’s legal representative which asserted that the photo pictured a body double. The magazine responded with a retraction.
Here are some captures from the film itself:
You all know that Julia has been associated with three of the greatest comedy shows in history: SNL (1982-1985), Seinfeld (1990-1998) and Veep (2012-2019). In between those shows she had some moments that were not so memorable. Troll came in the period between SNL and Seinfeld. Later, between Seinfeld and Veep, came the innovative but now-forgotten Watching Ellie, which featured Steve Carell before he became a big deal, and was created and written by Julia’s husband, Brad Hall.
While we’re on the subject of Julia, here are some of the sexier off-screen moments of a comedy legend,
and a capture from Seinfeld.
Finally – of course we must recall the discussion of her famous Christmas Card nipple: