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Jokim
The Shire

Sep 10 2012, 5:26am


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John Callen talks "The Hobbit" with 2nd graders

Cute little story I stumbled upon: John "Oin" Callen visited his granddaughter's school in Australia, and talked about his experiences working on "The Hobbit":

http://lcgswordworlds.wordpress.com/...sits-junior-library/

He showed the kids a rubbery cast of his face, shared some war stories and signed autographs. Aww.

Perhaps of equal interest to the Ringers here: is that a new image of the barrel riding scene in the background of the second photo? I thought it was part of a video at first, but it looks like it's just a still.


(This post was edited by Jokim on Sep 10 2012, 5:26am)


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