SOUNDS



The Return of the King


"Tonight we remember those who gave their blood to defend this country. Hail the victorious dead!"

"I am happy for you. He is an honorable man."

"It was not Theoden of Rohan who led our people to victory."

"Ah, don't listen to me. You are young, and tonight is for you."

"Tell me, why should we ride to the aid of those who did not come to ours? What do we owe Gondor?"

"I know your face. Eowyn. My eyes darken."

"You already did. Eowyn. My body is broken. You have to let me go. I go to my fathers, in whose mighty company, I shall not now feel ashamed."

"Eowyn."

The Two Towers


"Grima...Grima..."

"Why should I welcome you, Gandalf Stormcrow?"

"Hahahahaha...you have no power here, Gandalf the Grey. Hahaha...Ah!"

"I know your face. Eowyn. Eowyn!"

"Gandalf!"

"Dark have been my dreams of late."

"Your leechcraft would've had me crawling on all fours like a beast!"

"Where is Theodred? Where is my son?"

"Simbelmyne. Ever has it grown on the tombs of my forebears. Now it shall cover the grave of my son. Alas, that these evil days should be mine. The young perish and the old linger. That I should live to see the last days of my house."

"No parent should have to bury their child."

"They will be three hundred leagues from here by now!"

"Eomer cannot help us. I know what it is you want of me but I will not bring further death to my people. I will not risk open war."

"When last I looked, Theoden, not Aragorn, was king of Rohan."

"I am ready, Gamling. Bring my horse."

"This is not a defeat. We will return."

"We will return."

"I've not seen my niece smile for a long time. She was a girl when they brought her father back dead, cut down by Orcs. She watched her mother succumb to grief, and she was left alone, to tend her king, in growing fear, doomed to wait upon an old man, who should have loved her as a father."

"What is it, what do you see? (Aragorn: Wargs!)"

"All riders to the head of the column."

"You must lead the people to Helm's Deep, and make haste!"

"No! You must do this for me."

"Follow me!"

"Get the wounded on horses! The wolves of Isengard will return. Leave the dead."

"Come."

"Our people are safe. We have paid for it with many lives."

"Draw all our forces behind the wall. Bar the gate, and set a watch on the surround."

"Get them into the caves. Saruman's arm will have grown long indeed if he thinks he can reach us here."

"Great hosts you say."

"How many?"

"Ten thousand?"

"Let them come!"

"I want every man and strong lad ready for battle by nightfall."

"We will cover the causeway and the gate from above. No army has ever breeched the Deeping Wall, or set foot inside the Hornburg."

"I have fought many wars, Master Dwarf. I know how to defend my own keep."

"They will break upon this fortress like water on rock. Saruman's hordes will pillage and burn. We have seen it before. Crops can be resown, homes rebuilt. Within these walls, we will outlast them."

"What would you have me do? Look at my men. Their courage hangs by a thread. If this is to be our end, then I would have them make such an end as to be worthy of remembrance."

"And who will come? Elves? Dwarves? We are not so lucky in our friends as you. The old alliances are dead."

"Gondor? Where was Gondor when the Westfold fell? Where was Gondor when our enemies closed in around us? Where was Gon-- No my Lord Aragorn, we are alone."

"Get the women and children into the caves."

"There is no time! War is upon us."



EXTRA--Two Towers Sneak Peak


"Great hosts you say?"

"How many?"

"Ten thousand!"

"Let them come!"



The Two Towers Theatrical Trailer


"I will not risk open war."

"You must lead the people to Helm's Deep."



The Fellowship of the Ring DVD, Two Towers Preview


"What will you have me do? Look at my men. Their courage hangs by a thread."

"How many?"