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<i>My dear Frodo.</i>

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<i>You asked me once if I had told you everything
there was to know about my adventures.</i>

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<i>And while I can honestly say
I have told you the truth...</i>

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<i>I may not have told you all of it.</i>

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<i>I am old now, Frodo.</i>

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<i>I'm not the same Hobbit I once was.</i>

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<i>I think it is time for you
to know what really happened.</i>

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<i>In a hole in the ground,
there lived a Hobbit.</i>

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<i>Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole
full of worms and oozy smells.</i>

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<i>This was a Hobbit hole.</i>

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<i>And that means good food, a warm hearth...</i>

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<i>and all the comforts of home.</i>

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- Good morning.
- What do you mean?

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Do you mean to wish me a good morning,

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or do you mean that it is a good
morning whether I want it or not?

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Or perhaps you mean to say that you
feel good on this particular morning?

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Or are you simply stating that this
is a morning to be good on?

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All of them at once, I suppose.

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Can I help you?

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That remains to be seen.

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I'm looking for someone
to share in an adventure.

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An adventure?

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No, I don't imagine anyone west of Bree
would have much interest in adventures.

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Nasty, disturbing, uncomfortable things.

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Make you late for dinner.

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Good morning.

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To think that I should have lived
to be "good morninged"...

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by Belladonna Took's son
as if I were selling buttons at the door.

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Beg your pardon?

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You've changed, and not entirely
for the better, Bilbo Baggins.

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I'm sorry, do I know you?

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Well, you know my name,
although you don't remember I belong to it.

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I'm Gandalf.

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And Gandalf means...

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me.

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Gandalf?

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Not Gandalf the wandering Wizard
who made such excellent fireworks?

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Old Took used to have
them on Midsummer's Eve.

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No idea you were still in business.

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And where else should I be?

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Where else...?

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Well, I'm pleased to find
you remember something about me...

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even if it's only my fireworks.

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Yes. Well, that's decided.

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It'll be very good for you...

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and most amusing for me.

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I shall inform the others.

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Inform the who? What?
No. No. No... Wait.

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We do not want...

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any adventures here, thank you.
Not today. Not...

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I suggest you try Over the Hill
or Across the Water.

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Good morning.

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Dwalin, at your service.

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Bilbo Baggins, at yours.

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Do we know each other?

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No.

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Which way, laddie?

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Is it down here?

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Is what down where?

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Supper.

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He said there'd be food.

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He... He said? Who said?

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Very good, this. Any more?

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What? Oh, yes, yes.

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Help yourself.

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It's just that...
I wasn't expecting company.

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That'll be the door.

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Balin, at your service.

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Good evening.

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Yes. Yes, it is.

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Though I think it might rain later.

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Am I late?

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Late for what?

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Evening, brother.

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By my beard...

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you're shorter and wider than last we met.

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Wider, not shorter.

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Sharp enough for both of us.

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Uh, excuse me?
Sorry, I hate to interrupt.

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But the thing is, I'm not entirely sure
you're in the right house.

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- Have you eaten?
- It's not that I don't like...

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visitors. I like visitors
as much as the next Hobbit.

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But I do like to know them
before they come visiting.

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- What is this?
- I don't know.

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- I think it's cheese. Gone blue.
- It's riddled with mold.

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The thing is, I don't know either of you.
Not in the slightest.

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I don't mean to be blunt,
but I had to speak my mind.

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- I'm sorry.
- You think...?

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Apology accepted.

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Now, fill it up, brother don't stint.

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- You wanna get stuck in?
- I could eat again if you insist, brother.

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- Fili.
- And Kili.

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At your service.

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You must be Mr. Boggins.

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Nope! You can't come in.
You've come to the wrong house.

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What?

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- Has it been canceled?
- No one told us.

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No, nothing's been canceled.

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That's a relief.

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Careful with these.

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I just had them sharpened.

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- It's nice, this place.
- Yeah.

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- Did you do it yourself?
- What? No, it's been in the family for years.

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That's my mother's glory box.
Can you please not do that?

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Fili, Kili. Come on, give us a hand.

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Mr. Dwalin.

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Shove this in the hallway.
Otherwise we'll never get everyone in.

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- "Everyone"? How many more are there?
- Where do you want this?

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- Oh, no.
- It's really heavy.

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No. No. There's nobody home!

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Go away and bother somebody else.

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There's far too many Dwarves
in my dining room as it is.

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If this is some clot-head's idea of a joke...

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I can only say it is in very poor taste.

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Get off you big lump!

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Gandalf.

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Those are my plates! Excuse me! Not my wine.

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Put that back.

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Put that back.

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Not the jam.

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Excuse me. Excuse me.

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It's a tad excessive, isn't it?
Have you got a cheese knife?

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"Cheese knife"? He eats it by the block.

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No, that's Grandpa Mungo's chair...
No, so is that. Take it back, please.

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- I cannot hear what you're saying.
- It's an antique. Not for sitting on.

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That is a book, not a coaster.
And put that map down.

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- Excuse me, Mr. Gandalf?
- Yes?

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May I tempt you with a cup of chamomile?

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Oh, no, thank you, Dori.
A little red wine for me, I think.

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- Mind out.
- Yes.

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Uh, Fili, Kili.

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Oin, Gloin.

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Dwalin, Balin, Bifur, Bofur, Bombur...

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- Dori, Nori. Ori!
- No. Not my prizewinners, thank you.

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No, thank you.

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Yes, you're quite right, Bifur.

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We appear to be one Dwarf short.

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He is late, is all. He traveled north
to a meeting of our kin. He will come.

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Mr. Gandalf?
A little glass of red wine, as requested.

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It's got a fruity bouquet.

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Cheers.

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Bombur's on his second leg of lamb already.

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No chance. Not from that distance.

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Bombur, catch!

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I'll help you with that.

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Oh, you great galumphing git!

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Who wants an ale? There you go.

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Over here, brother.

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I said have another drink.
Here you go.

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Ale on the count of three!

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One...

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- two...
- Up!

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I knew you had it in you!

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Excuse me, that is a doily,
not a dishcloth.

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But it's full of holes.

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It's supposed to look like that.
It's crochet.

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And a wonderful game it is too,
if you've got the balls for it.

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Bebother and confusticate these Dwarves!

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My dear Bilbo, what on earth is the matter?

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What's the matter?
I'm surrounded by Dwarves.

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What are they doing here?

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Oh, they're quite a merry gathering
once you get used to them.

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I don't want to get used to them.

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Look at the state of my kitchen.
There's mud trod into the carpet.

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They've pillaged the pantry.

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I won't tell you
what they've done in the bathroom.

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They've destroyed the plumbing. I don't
understand what they're doing in my house!

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Excuse me. I'm sorry to interrupt,
but what should I do with my plate?

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Here you go, Ori.
Give it to me.

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Excuse me. That's my mother's West
Farthing pottery.

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It's over 100 years old!

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And can you not do that?

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You'll blunt them.

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Do you hear that, lads?

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He says we'll blunt the knives.

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♪<i>Blunt the knives, bend the forks</i>

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♪<i>Smash the bottles and burn the corks</i>

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♪<i>Chip the glasses and crack the plates</i>

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♪<i>That's what Bilbo Baggins hates</i>

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♪<i>Cut the cloth, tread on the fat</i>

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♪<i>Leave the bones on the bedroom mat</i>

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♪<i>Pour the milk on the pantry floor</i>

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♪<i>Splash the wine on every door</i>

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♪<i>Dump the crooks in a boiling bowl</i>

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♪<i>Pound them up with a thumping pole</i>

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♪<i>When you're finished, if they are whole</i>

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♪<i>Send them down the hall to roll</i>

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♪<i>That's what Bilbo Baggins hates.</i>

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Bilbo.

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He is here.

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Gandalf.

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I thought you said this place would be
easy to find. I lost my way, twice.

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I wouldn't have found it at all had it
not been for that mark on the door.

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Mark? There's no mark on that door.
It was painted a week ago.

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There is a mark. I put it there myself.

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Bilbo Baggins, allow me to introduce
the leader of our company:

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Thorin Oakenshield.

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So...

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this is the Hobbit.

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Tell me, Mr. Baggins,
have you done much fighting?

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- Pardon me?
- Ax or sword?

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What's your weapon of choice?

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Well, I do have some skill at conkers,
if you must know...

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but I fail to see why that's relevant.

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Thought as much.

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He looks more like a grocer than a burglar.

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What news from the meeting
in Ered Luin?

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Did they all come?

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- Aye. Envoys from all seven kingdoms.
- All of them!

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And what did the Dwarves
of the Iron Hills say?

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Is Dain with us?

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They will not come.

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They say this quest is ours and ours alone.

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You're going on a quest?

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Bilbo, my dear fellow,
let us have a little more light.

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Far to the east...

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over ranges and rivers...

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beyond woodlands and wastelands...

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lies a single, solitary peak.

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"The Lonely Mountain."

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Aye, Oin has read the portents,
and the portents say it is time.

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Ravens have been seen flying back
to the mountain, as it was foretold.

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"When the birds of yore return to Erebor...

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the reign of the beast will end."

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What beast?

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Well, that would be a reference
to Smaug the Terrible...

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chiefest and greatest
calamity of our age.

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Airborne fire-breather.

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Teeth like razors,
claws like meat hooks.

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