12 April 2016


Rankin and Bass, much reviled for the musical interludes, is, I am afraid, still the most faithful version of Lord of the Rings made.

Eowyn in the Jackson version is terrified and acts as if she is fighting The Witch King of Angmar because she cannot flee rather than because she's stern and brave.

Rankin and Bass also matches the physical description of the Chief Nazgul correctly.

We won't even get into how Jackson made the Hobbits into near bit parts in their own movie.

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