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comment Significance of the painting in Mallory's office
@ChristianRau. I enjoyed answering. Knowing the name of the Turner painting is the key - I would not have found the blog post otherwise.
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answered Significance of the painting in Mallory's office
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comment How can I find out if a movie/series is still restricted by copyright?
This completely depends on the country I believe. I am conflicted as legal status could be interesting but is also likely to be deemed 'too localized'
Jan
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comment What is the age of Bilbo in the events of The Hobbit?
@Kevin - good point, thanks - I've edited the answer.
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revised Evolution/existence of television police proceduals in non-English speaking countries?
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revised Is there any proof that Frank Hopkin's race in Arabia was a true story?
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reviewed Approve How was Andy Dufresne able to dig the tunnel for many years without being discovered?
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Dec
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comment What is the age of Bilbo in the events of The Hobbit?
Not exactly an answer to the question - but your point is well made, they should have cast a younger person in the LOTR. "Well preserved .... unchanged would be nearer the mark" are quotes from the book - to my ears written in a way to describe gossipy neighbors jealously describing his youthfulness, rather than a literal 'did not age a day' though.
Dec
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comment What is the age of Bilbo in the events of The Hobbit?
@Mistu4u. Gandalf was thousands of years old by the time of the Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings stories. He is one of the Istari, who came to Middle Earth about 2,000 years before, and is practically immortal (i.e. left alone he would live forever but could be killed, such as by the Balrog at the end of TFORR).
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revised Why was the princess rescued in the first place?
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comment Why did the ring affect Frodo so much and not Bilbo?
From the books, Sauron does not believe the ring is lost and when he starts to re-establish himself in middle-earth does so in a place where he can search for it, near where Isildur dies at the Gladden Fields.
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revised Why was princess Leia not executed?
Spelling mistakes, wrong date of movie