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Feb 13, 9:44pm

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I wonder if the reason for these cue changes comes from the fact that the film might have been differently structured at the time of recording. The Dol Guldur stuff is edited with the Laketown stuff on the CD which makes me wonder if Gandalf in that cut arrived at Dol Guldur while the dwarves were at Bards, thus explaining House of Durin in Spell of Concealment. I think this would make sense since it seems they removed quite a lot of footage from the Dol Guldur plot (Thrain, that pesky statue (referenced in the art book and posters)) thus bumping the approach to Dol Guldur much later than originally planned.

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DOS:EE clues from Special Edition soundtrack? gliido Send a private message to gliido Feb 13, 2:48pm
    One major one Shagrat Send a private message to Shagrat Feb 13, 3:01pm
        Hrmm. gliido Send a private message to gliido Feb 13, 6:23pm
            Good point Shagrat Send a private message to Shagrat Feb 13, 6:38pm
                I wonder... Dcole4 Send a private message to Dcole4 Feb 13, 9:44pm


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