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Re: CT 2012 French Language Article/Interview in Le Monde
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Khamul wrote:
He said it sucked too!

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I thought that might be the case, somehow. Other than missing out Tom Bombadil, I thought it was great, but hey, CT is entitled to his opinion, even if it is wrong :)

Edit: Add, so you were just winding me up, huh. Bah, etc.

Posted on: 2012/7/16 15:38

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Re: CT 2012 French Language Article/Interview in Le Monde
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Khamul wrote:
He said it sucked too!

No, he didn't! () Christopher was involved with the production; he sent the scriptwriters tapes of how to pronounce Tolkien's words and names. The BBC made a typescript of this - the Tolkien Society had a few copies for sale way back when; I bought one.

Interestingly enough, CT reckoned Thengel ought to have been pronounced 'Thenjel' - then changed his mind: 'Thenjel' is correct in Old English, but not in Middle-earth.


Posted on: 2012/7/17 5:32

Edited by Khamul on 2012/7/17 12:29:56


Re: CT 2012 French Language Article/Interview in Le Monde
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I bow to your superior knowledge garm!
(Although, I was kidding.)

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Yeh, I know - I forgot to pop in a smilie after 'No, he didn't!


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Put one in for you!

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