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The One Ring Forums: Tolkien Topics: Movie Discussion: The Hobbit: I wanted to see at least a part of a spider: Edit Log


Jul 11 2012, 1:31am

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I wanted to see at least a part of a spider

such as a leg or one curled up like Shelob in ROTK, or even part of a head and eyes poking around a tree trunk but no such luck.

Wasn't Beorn noted as having black hair on his limbs and head....just asking casue I don't have the books with me. In the scroll Beorn T. Bear looks like he has blonde side burns.

Noticed a couple of inconsitencies if you will, regarding the book in the first shot. Any one else see them. Not complaining mind you as this scroll is O for awesome.

(This post was edited by ElendilTheShort on Jul 11 2012, 1:35am)

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Post edited by ElendilTheShort (Gondor) on Jul 11 2012, 1:33am
Post edited by ElendilTheShort (Gondor) on Jul 11 2012, 1:35am

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