Here's a list of quotes from the books that are used word-for-word (or almost :-) in the movies. This list will be updated often, and for now, it is not in any kind of order. :-)
The quote listed will be from the book. Click on it, and a wav will play of the same line (or near same) from the movies. :-)



QUOTE

BOOK

MOVIE
"But where have you been off to--sneaking off and sneaking back, you old villain?" Sam (The Stairs of Cirith Ungol, TTT) Sam (ROTK)
"Tired he is, thirsty he is, and he guides them and he searches for paths, and they say sneak sneak." Gollum (The Stairs of Cirith Ungol, TTT) Gollum (ROTK)
"Frodo, Mr. Frodo! Don't leave me here alone! It's your Sam calling. Don't go where I can't follow!" Sam (The Choices of Master Samwise, TTT) Sam (ROTK)
"Do you wish then, that our places had been exchanged?" Faramir (The Siege of Gondor, ROTK) Faramir (ROTK)
"Since you are robbed of Boromir, I will go and do what I can in his stead--if you command it...Then farewell! But if I should return, think better of me!" Faramir (The Siege of Gondor, ROTK) Faramir (ROTK)
"That depends on the matter of your return.." Denethor (The Siege of Gondor, ROTK) Denethor (ROTK)
"I will smite him, if you touch him!" Eowyn (The Battle of Pelennor Fields, ROTK) Eowyn (ROTK)
"My body is broken. I go to my fathers. And even in their mighty company I shall not now be ashamed." Theoden (The Battle of Pelennor Fields, ROTK) Theoden (ROTK)
"They've taken everything, Sam. Everything I had. Do you understand? Everything!" Frodo (The Tower of Cirith Ungol, ROTK) Frodo (ROTK)
"You can't go walking in the Black Land in naught but your skin, Mr. Frodo." Sam (The Tower of Cirith Ungol, ROTK) Sam (ROTK)
"Come, Mr. Frodo! I can't carry it for you, but I can carry you and it as well." Sam (Mount Doom, ROTK) Sam (ROTK)
"I tried to save the Shire, Sam, and it has been saved, but not for me." Frodo (The Grey Havens, ROTK) Frodo (ROTK)
"Do not be too sad, Sam. You cannot always be torn in two. You will have to be one and whole, for many years. You have so much to enjoy and to be, and to do." Frodo (The Grey Havens, ROTK) Frodo (ROTK)
"Well, here at last, dear friends, on the shores of the sea comes the end of our Fellowship in Middle-earth. Go in peace! I will not say, do not weap, for not all tears are an evil." Gandalf (The Grey Havens, ROTK) Gandalf (ROTK)
"Well, I'm back." Sam (The Grey Havens, ROTK) Sam (ROTK)
"For the the world is changing. I feel it in the water, I feel in the earth, and I smell it in the air." Treebeard (Many Partings, ROTK) Galadriel (Prologue, FOTR)
"A cage. To stay behind bars until use and old age accept them, and all chance of doing great deeds is gone beyond recall and desire." Eowyn (The Passing of the Grey Company, ROTK) Eowyn (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"And those have not swords can still die upon them." Eowyn (The Steward & the King, ROTK) Eowyn (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"But who knows what she has spoken to the darkness, alone, in the bitter watches of the night, when all her life seems shrinking, and the walls of her bower closing in about her, a hutch to trammel some wild thing in?" Gandalf (The Houses of Healing, ROTK) Wormtongue (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"Now for wrath, now for ruin, and a red nightfall!" Eomer (The Battle of the Pelennor Fields, ROTK) Theoden (Helm's Deep, TTT)
"They are burning as they come, rick, cot, and tree." Theoden (Helm's Deep, TTT) Eowyn (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"He is one of the Mearas, unless our eyes are cheated by some spell." Rohan Guard (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Legolas (The White Rider, TTT)
"But would you part an old man from his support?" Aragorn (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Gandalf (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"Why should I welcome you, Gandalf Stormcrow?" Theoden (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Theoden (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"Lathspell I name you, Ill-news; and ill news is an ill guest they say." Wormtongue (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Wormtongue (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"The courtesy of your hall is somewhat lessened of late, Theoden son of Thengel." Gandalf (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Gandalf (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"A witless worm you have become. Therefore be silent, and keep your forked tongue behind your teeth. I have not passed through fire and death to bandy crooked words with a serving-man till the lightening falls." Gandalf (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Gandalf (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
Like a morning of pale spring that is not yet come to woman-hood. (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Wormtongue (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"Breathe the free air again." Gandalf (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Gandalf (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"Dark have been my dreams of late." Theoden (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Theoden (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"Alas that these evil dayus should be mine...the young perish and the old linger." Theoden (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Theoden (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"Your fingers would remember their old strength better, if they grasped your sword-hilt." Gandalf (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Gandalf (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT)
"How long is it since Saruman bought you? What was the promised price? When all the men were dead, you were to pick your share of the treasure?...Too long have you watched her under your eyelids and haunted her steps." Gandalf (The King of the Golden Hall, TTT) Eomer (The Riders of Rohan, TTT)
"Not idly do the leaves of Lorien fall." Aragorn (The Riders of Rohan TTT) Aragorn (The Riders of Rohan TTT)
"Seldom will Orcs journey in the open under the sun, yet these have done so." Legolas (The Riders of Rohan, TTT) Celeborn (Farewell to Lorien, FOTR)
"The Orcs have run before us, as if the very whips of Sauron were behind them." Legolas (The Riders of Rohan, TTT) Legolas (The Riders of Rohan, TTT)
"What news from the North, Riders of Rohan?" Aragorn (The Riders of Rohan, TTT) Aragorn (The Riders of Rohan, TTT)
"Give me your name, horse-master, and I ill give you mine." Gimli (The Riders of Rohan, TTT) Gimli (The Riders of Rohan, TTT)
"I would cut off your head, beard and all, Master Dwarf, if it stood but a little higher from the ground." Eomer (The Riders of Rohan, TTT) Eomer (The Riders of Rohan, TTT)
"You would die before your stroke fell." Legolas (The Riders of Rohan, TTT) Legolas (The Riders of Rohan, TTT)
"They would be small, only children to your eyes." Aragorn (The Riders of Rohan, TTT) Aragorn (The Riders of Rohan, TTT)
"He walks here and there they say, as an old man hooded and cloaked...His spies slip through every net." Eomer (The Riders of Rohan, TTT) Eomer (The Riders of Rohan, TTT)
"I am not altogether on anybody's side, because nobody is altogether on my side." Treebeard (Treebeard, TTT) Treebeard (Treebeard, TTT)
"There is always smoke rising from Isengard these days." Treebeard (Treebeard, TTT) Treebeard (TTT)
"I have told your names to the Entmoot, and they have seen you, and they have agreed that you are not Orcs." Treebeard (Treebeard, TTT) Treebeard (TTT)
"Wizards ought to know better: they do know better. There is no curse in Elvish, Entish, or the tongues of Men bad enough for such treachery." Treebeard (Treebeard, TTT) Treebeard (TTT)
"Knawing, biting, breaking, hacking, burning. Destroyers and usurpers." (In the House of Tom Bombadil, FOTR) Treebeard (Treebeard, TTT)
"It is old, very...It is old and full of memory." Legolas (The White Rider, TTT) Legolas (The White Rider, TTT)
"Do not let him speak, or put a spell on us!" Aragorn (The White Rider, TTT) Aragorn (The White Rider, TTT)
"You are tracking the footsteps of two young hobbits...They climbed up here the day before yesterday, and they met someone they did not expect. Does that comfort you?" Gandalf (The White Rider, TTT) Gandalf (The White Rider, TTT)
"I threw down my enemy, and he fell from his high place and broke the mountain-side where he smote it in his ruin." Gandalf (The White Rider, TTT) Gandalf (The White Rider, TTT)
"Then darkness took me, and I strayed out of thought and time...while the stars wheeled over, and each day was as long as a life-age of the earth." Gandalf (The White Rider, TTT) Gandalf (The White Rider, TTT)
"You mean to go on with your plan then." Gandalf (A Long-expected Party) Gandalf (Very Old Friends)
"My dear Bagginses and Boffins,and my dear Tooks and Brandybucks, and Grubbs, and Chubbs, and Burrowses, and Hornblowers, and Bolgers, Bracegirdles, Goodbodies, Brockhouses, and Proudfoots!...Today is my one hundred and eleventh birthday, I am eleventy-one today!" Bilbo (A Long-expected Party) Bilbo (A Long-expected Party)
"I don't know half of you half as well as I should like, and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve." Bilbo (A Long-expected Party) Bilbo (A Long-expected Party)
"I regret to annouce that, though as I said, eleventy-one years is far too short a time to spend among you, this is the end. I am going. I am leaving now. Good-bye!" Bilbo (A Long-expected Party) Bilbo (A Long-expected Party)
"I feel I need a holiday, a very long holiday...I don't expect I shall return. In fact, I mean not too...I am old Gandalf. I know I don't look it, but I'm beginning to feel it in my heart of hearts...Why, I feel all thin, sort of stretched, if you know what I mean, like butter that has been scraped over too much bread." Bilbo (A Long-expected Party) Bilbo (Very Old Friends)
"I want to see mountains again, Gandalf, mountains, and then find someplace quiet where I can rest...I might find somewhere where I can finish my book. I have thought of a nice ending for it: and he lived happily ever after to the end of his days." Bilbo (A Long-expected Party) Bilbo (Very Old Friends)
"Yes I will--two eyes if I can spare them." Gandalf (A Long-expected Party) Gandalf (Farewell Dear Bilbo)
"He would come with me, of course, if I asked him...but he is still in love with the Shire, with woods and fields and little rivers." Bilbo (A Long-expected Party) Bilbo (Very Old Friends)
"In an envelope if you must know, there on the mantlepiece. Well no! Here it is in my pocket! Isn't that odd now? Yet after all why not? Why shouldn't it stay there?" Bilbo (A Long-expected Party) Bilbo (Farewell Dear Bilbo)
"And what business of it of yours anyway, to know what I do with my own things? It is my own. I found it. It came to me." Bilbo (A Long-expected Party) Bilbo (Farewell Dear Bilbo)