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The Hobbit: Family Pride by wolfanita The Hobbit: Family Pride by wolfanita

Bilbo might have a point here, Thorin's family is not exactly ideal, but I hope for him that he can run very fast.


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The Hobbit: Family Pride Close Up by wolfanita 


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MissSparkle1 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
we still have no idea what happened to his dad. 
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wolfanita Featured By Owner 3 days ago   General Artist
Yes we have, it's all in the Smaug extended cut (or in the LotR appendices).
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MissSparkle1 Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Heh, I just watched the deleted bits on youtube, it's a shame they didn't keep that in. It just felt strange in the actual films that we didn't learn what had happened.
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wolfanita Featured By Owner 1 day ago   General Artist
At every extended edition, LotR and Hobbit, I thought 'I could they cut this?' (except maybe the Goblin king singing in AUJ).
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MissSparkle1 Featured By Owner 1 day ago
heh, I found that funny. I really wish they kept in Beorn getting to meet the dwarves, that was hilarious. Especially as they kept misreading Gandalf's signals.
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wolfanita Featured By Owner 1 day ago   General Artist
Ah, what can you do? Then people would have complained again that it was "too boring" like they did on the first Hobbit.
I'm just happy and grateful that there IS something like the extended cuts.
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ChristineMW Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014
Thank you Bilbo, for saying what just about everyone was thinking.
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wolfanita Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014   General Artist
Not everybody, looking at some of your pre-commentators.
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ChristineMW Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014
Dang, well, I was thinking it, but I thought it when I read the book for the first time, like four or five years after The Return of the King came out. I also thought that everybody sang too much in the book, so I may not be the best tolkienite there is.
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wolfanita Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014   General Artist
Well, it will always be a book for children. One can't compare it to LotR.
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