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Gandalf the White: It's the deep breath before the plunge. Pippin Took: I don't want to be in a battle, but waiting on the edge of one I can't escape is even worse. Is there any hope, Gandalf Gandalf the White: There never was much hope.

Just a fool's hope. Our enemy is almost ready, his full strength gathered. Not only Orcs, but men as well; legions of Haradrim from the South, mercenaries from the coast- All will answer Mordor' s call. This will be the end of Gondor as we know it.

Here the hammerstroke will fall hardest. If the river is taken, if the garrison at Osgiliath falls, the last defence of this city will be gone. Pippin Took: But we have the White Wizard. That's got to count for something. Gandalf the White: Sauron has yet to reveal his deadliest servant.

The one who will lead Mordor's armies in war. The one they say no living Man can kill. The Witch-King of Angmar! You've met him before. He stabbed Frodo on Weathertop. Minas Morgul is his lair. Faramir : Mithrandir! They broke through our defenses! They've taken the bridge and the west bank. Battalions of Orcs are crossing the river. Irolas: It is as the Lord Denethor predicted. Long has he foreseen this doom. Gandalf: Foreseen and done nothing! This is not the first halfling to have crossed your path.

Faramir: No. Pippin: You've seen Frodo and Sam? Faramir: In Ithilien. Not two days ago. Gandalf, they're taking the road to the Morgul Vale. Gandalf: And then the pass of Cirith Ungol. Pippin: What does that mean? What's wrong? Gandalf: Faramir, tell me everything. Master carries heavy burden. Heavy, heavy burden. Fat one cannot know. Very soon, he will ask you for it.

You will see. Gollum: The fat one will take it from you. Do not stop the attack until the city is taken. Slay them all! Gothmog: What of the wizard? Witch King: I will break him. Denethor: Is there a captain here who still has the courage to do his lord's will? Faramir: You wish now that our places had been exchanged - that I had died and Boromir had lived. Denethor: Yes. I wish that. Faramir: Since you were robbed of Boromir, I will do what I can in his stead. If I should return, think better of me, Father.

Denethor: That will depend on the manner of your return. Sam wakes up] Sam: What are you up to? Sneaking off, are we?

Fat hobbit is always so polite. Very nice friend. Oh, yes, my precious. Very nice, very nice Sam: All right! All right. You just startled me is all. What were you doing? Sam: Fine. Have it your own way. We have to be moving on. Frodo: It's dark still. Sam: It's always dark here.

The Elvin bread! Frodo: What?! That's all we have left! He must have! Sam: You're a lying wretch! What did you do with it?! Frodo: He doesn't eat it. He can't have taken it. What's this? He took it! I've seen him. He's always stuffing his face when Master's not looking. Sam: That's a filthy lie! Frodo: Sam!

Stop it! Sam: Oh, my! I'm sorry. I didn't mean it to go so far. I was just so, so angry. Here, let's, let's just rest a bit. Frodo: I'm all right. Sam: No. You're not all right.

You're exhausted. It's that Gollum. It's this place. It's that thing around your neck.

I could help a bit. I could carry it for a while. I could carry it Share the load The load Sam: I don't want to keep it! I just want to help. He wants it for himself. Go away! Get out of here! Frodo: No, Sam. It's you. I'm sorry, Sam. He's poisoned you against me! Frodo: You can't help me anymore. Sam: You don't mean that. Frodo: Go home. Only the reach of his arm. Why can he not fight for those he loves?

The man who can wield the power of this sword can summon to him an army more deadly than any that walks this earth. Put aside the Ranger.

Become who you were born to be. Theoden: I take my leave. Aragorn: My Lord Elrond. Elrond: I come on behalf of one whom I love. Arwen is dying. She will not long survive the evil that now spreads from Mordor. The light of the Evenstar is failing. As Sauron's power grows, her strength wanes. Arwen's life is now tied to the fate of the Ring. The Shadow is upon us, Aragorn. The end has come. Aragorn: It will not be our end but his.

Elrond: You ride to war, but not to victory.

Sauron's armies march on Minas Tirith, this you know. But, in secret he sends another force which will attack from the river. A fleet of Corsair ships sails from the south. They'll be in the city in two days.

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You're outnumbered, Aragorn. You need more men. Aragorn: There are none. Elrond: There are those who dwell in the mountain. Aragorn: Murderers. You would call upon them to fight? They believe in nothing. They answer to no one.

Elrond: They will answer to the king of Gondor. Aragorn: Sauron will not have forgotten the Sword of Elendil. The blade that was broken shall return to Minas Tirith.

Elrond: The man who can wield the power of this sword can summon to him an army more deadly than any that walks this earth. Take the Dimholt Road. He leads his horse towards the entrance and passes by Gimli, who stops him] Gimli: Where do you think you're going?

Aragorn: Not this time, Gimli. This time you must stay. Gimli: You may as well accept it. We're going with you, laddy. Legolas: [reading the inscription over the cave] The way is shut. It was made by those who are dead, and the dead keep it.

The way is shut. Aragorn: I do not fear death. An Elf will go underground, when a Dwarf dare not! King of the Dead: The Dead do not suffer the living to pass. Aragorn: You will suffer me. The way is shut, and now you must die! Aragorn: I summon you to fulfill your oath! King of the Dead: None but the king of Gondor may command me. Aragorn: [takes him by the throat] It has been remade. What say you? What say you?! Gimli: You waste your time, Aragorn!

They had no honour in life; they have none now in death! Aragorn: I am Isildur's Heir! Fight for me, and I will hold your oaths fulfilled! Gothmog: [as the Orcs retreat from Minas Tirith's gate] What are you doing, you useless scum?!

Orc Captain: The door won't give! It's too strong! Gothmog: Get back there, and smash it down! Orc Captain: But nothing can breach it! Gothmog: [smiles] Grond will breach it. Bring up the Wolf's Head! Fall into the nothingness that awaits you and your master! Witch-King: Do you not know death when you see it, old man?!

Gandalf's staff shatters. Gandalf falls off Shadowfax] Pippin: Gandalf! An enraged Pippin draws his sword to intervene but the Witch King's fell beast roars at him, paralysing the Hobbit in terror] Witch-King: You have failed. The world of Men will fall. With a shriek of fury, the Witch King departs to confront the new threat] Gothmog: Form ranks, you maggots! Form ranks! Pikes in front, archers behind! Gamling, follow the King's banner down the center.

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Grimbold, take your company right, after you pass the wall. Forth, and fear no darkness! Arise, Riders of Theoden! Spears shall be shaken, shields shall be splintered!

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Best Original Score. Best Original Song. It has also been suggested that The Shire and its surroundings were based on the countryside around Stonyhurst College in Lancashire where Tolkien frequently stayed during the s. After Milton Waldman, his contact at Collins, expressed the belief that The Lord of the Rings itself "urgently wanted cutting", Tolkien eventually demanded that they publish the book in Tolkien did not like the title The Return of the King, believing it gave away too much of the storyline, but deferred to his publisher's preference.

Tolkien was initially opposed to titles being given to each two-book volume, preferring instead the use of book titles: e. The Lord of the Rings: Vol. However these individual book titles were later scrapped, and after pressure from his publishers, Tolkien initially suggested the titles: Vol. Wollheim , science fiction editor of the paperback publisher Ace Books , claimed that The Lord of the Rings was not protected in the United States under American copyright law because Houghton Mifflin, the US hardcover publisher, had neglected to copyright the work in the United States.

Tolkien took issue with this and quickly notified his fans of this objection. Tolkien undertook various textual revisions to produce a version of the book that would be published with his consent and establish an unquestioned US copyright. On September 4, , the novel debuted on New York Times' Paperback Bestsellers list as number three, and was number one by December 4, a position it held for eight weeks.

Hammond and Christina Scull, under supervision from Christopher Tolkien, studied and revised the text to eliminate as many errors and inconsistencies as possible, some of which had been introduced by well-meaning compositors of the first printing in , and never been corrected.

Further corrections were added to the 60th Anniversary Edition in Posthumous publication of drafts[ edit ] From to Christopher Tolkien published the surviving drafts of The Lord of The Rings, chronicling and illuminating with commentary the stages of the text's development, in volumes 6—9 of his History of Middle-earth series.

Main article: Translations of The Lord of the Rings The novel has been translated, with various degrees of success, into at least 56 languages. Because The Lord of the Rings purports to be a translation of the fictitious Red Book of Westmarch , with the English language representing the Westron of the "original", Tolkien suggested that translators attempt to capture the interplay between English and the invented nomenclature of the English work, and gave several examples along with general guidance.The Lord of the Rings film trilogy.

Stone masonry was also gradually stripped of its mysticism, yet the speculative branch survives in Freemasonry. Denethor: Perhaps you come to explain this? Retrieved 20 November New Zealand Herald. Also armed with twin blades, his fighting skill is remarkable, weak, but all the speed of a runaway train. The wicked will be crushed and eliminated.

He fell, defending us from many foes. It's this place. Samwise Gamgee: Alright.

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