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Jul 22 2011, 4:12am

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Did anyone else notice that balins double looks too tall relative to the other doubles? He should be the shortest dwarf double and does not appear to be so.

You would think they'd try to get size doubles that were approximately the same relative size. For example Dori's actor is clearly shorter than some of the other actorst, yet his double appears to be among the taller ones. Kili is clearly taller than Dori and Ori, yet his size double is the same size. Even the "old Fili" seems to be, like Kili, among the taller actors, yet it looks like his size double is rather on the small side. (BTW, did we ever find out the real story behind why Rob Krazinsky left/was let go?)

But I guess it's hard to find a double who fits all the various requirements and maybe the height thing really matters less than of the other requirements in terms of how hard/easy it would be cover up.

Re: Kili's nose - it always looked to me like he had a bit of business done to the end of his nose, it was just somehow different. Same with Armitage's nose.

(This post was edited by marillaraina on Jul 22 2011, 4:15am)

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Post edited by marillaraina (Rohan) on Jul 22 2011, 4:15am

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