The Return of the King
"Haven't you had any sleep Mr. Frodo?"
"I've gone and had too much. Must be getting late."
"Not before Mr. Frodo's had something to eat."
"Oh no, I'm not hungry, leastways not for lembas bread."
"All right, we don't have that much left."
"You go ahead and eat that, Mr. Frodo. I've rationed it. There should be enough."
"The journey home."
"I heard it from his own mouth! He means to murder us!"
"You miserable little maggot! I'll stove your head in!"
"Call me a liar! You're a liar!"
"I don't care! I can't do it, Mr. Frodo, I won't wait around for him to kill us!"
"You don't see it do you? He's a villain."
"I'm on your side, Mr Frodo."
The Two Towers
"Well let me see. Oh yes, lovely. Lembas bread. Look! More lembas bread."
"I don't usually hold to foreign food, but this Elvish stuff, it's not bad."
"Those rain clouds might."
"This looks strangely familiar."
"What's that horrid stink? I'll warrant there's a nasty bog nearby. Can you smell it?"
"We have to get out of here! You go, go now. You can do it. Use the Ring, Mr. Frodo, just this once. Put it on. Disappear."
The Fellowship of the Ring
"I think I'll just have another ale."
"Boy, mind who you're sweet-talking."
"I have been dropping no eaves, sir, honest! I was just cutting the grass under the window there, if you follow me."
"I heard raised voices."
"Nothing important! That is, I heard a good deal about a ring and a dark lord and something about the end of the world, but, please Mr. Gandalf sir, don't turn me into anything unnatural!"
"This is it."
"If I take one more step, it'll be the farthest away from home I've ever been."
"They're leaving Middle-earth."
"I don't know why, it makes me sad."
"Everywhere I lie, there's a dirty great root sticking into my back."
"It's not working, Mr. Frodo. I'm never going to be able to sleep out here."
"Mr. Frodo? Frodo? Frodo! Thought I'd lost you."
"It's just something Gandalf said."
"Don't you lose him, Samwise Gamgee, and I don't mean to."
"Get off him!"
"You've been into Farmer Maggot's crop!"
"Trust a Brandybuck and a Took!"
"A shortcut to what?"
"Frodo! Come on! (Pippin: Run Frodo!) Come on! Faster!"
"What do we do now?"
"You've had a whole half already!"
"Let him go, or I'll have you, Longshanks!"
"He's foul enough!"
"But where's he leading us?"
"Did you hear that? Rivendell! We're going to see the Elves!"
"We've saved some for you, Mr. Frodo."
"Back you devils!"
"Strider! Help him Strider!"
"We're six days from Rivendell! He'll never make it!"
"Look Frodo. It's Mr. Bilbo's trolls."
"Mr. Frodo? He's going cold!"
"Kingsfoil, ah, it's a weed."
"She's an Elf."
"What are you doing? Those wraiths are still out there!"
"Frodo! Frodo! (Frodo: Sam!) Bless you, you're awake!"
"We were that worried about you, weren't we Mr. Gandalf?"
"Now what have I forgotten?"
"No harm in being prepared."
"I do! (Frodo: More than anything.) I did! It's just...we did what Gandalf wanted, didn't we? We got the Ring this far, to Rivendell, and I thought, seeing as how you're on the mend, we'd be off soon. Off home."
"Mr. Frodo's not going anywhere without me!"
"What is that?"
"Bye bye, Bill."
"Shh, Gandalf's thinking."
"There's an eye-opener and no mistake."
"I think I'm getting the hang of this!"
"The finest rockets ever seen, they burst in stars of blue and green. For after thunder, silver showers, came falling like a rain of flowers, oh that doesn't do them justice."
"Thank you, my lady. Are you all out of those nice shiny daggers?"
"Frodo no! Frodo! Mr. Frodo!"
"Course you are! And I'm coming with you!"
"I made a promise Mr. Frodo. A promise. Don't you leave him Samwise Gamgee, and I don't mean to, I don't mean to."
"Strider'll look after them."
"We may yet, Mr. Frodo, we may."