... My wife has just reminded me that, of course, Elrond attends the wedding of Arwen and Aragorn in Minas Tirith. Indeed I won t be surprised if the film endsMessage 1 of 35 , Jun 30, 1999View SourceI wrote:
>> ELROND.My wife has just reminded me that, of course, Elrond attends the wedding of
>> ELROND IS A CAMEO ROLE WITH BRIEF
>> APPEARANCES IN ALL THREE FILMS.
>> APPEARS IN PARTS ONE, TWO AND
>Again, a 'cameo'; but presumably a significant cameo in Part One, for the
>Council of Elrond. If he appears in Part Three, could the return of the
>company to Rivendell, or the last meeting at the Grey Havens, be included
>after all? Or will the film show us Elrond's parting with Arwen?
Arwen and Aragorn in Minas Tirith. Indeed I won't be surprised if the film
ends with the wedding, save perhaps for a brief epilogue.
Hear, hear Mary! That s a fine term. Who made the rules that say you re not a Star Trek fan if you don t dress like a Klingon and go to all the conventions?Message 35 of 35 , Jul 1, 1999View SourceHear, hear Mary! That's a fine term. Who made the rules that say
you're not a Star Trek fan if you don't dress like a Klingon and go to
all the conventions? Or that you're not a true Star Wars fan if you
didn't camp out to get tickets to "Phantom Menace", or at least get to
see it during the first week? (I did neither - but I am a Star Wars
Another "moderate Trekkie & Star Wars fan",
> From: Stolzi@...
> In a message dated 6/28/99 4:53:32 PM Central Daylight Time, FrMacKen@...
> > An addendum: I think that my Star Trek jibe in a previous letter about the
> > "Ears" controversy went unnoticed. We must not have any Trekkies in this
> > group!
> Oh no, I saw it, just didn't have any particular comment.
> I consider myself a "moderate Trekkie," if there is such a beast.
> Mary S