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The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Film (Trailer) – 2003 Fantasy Adaptation Adventure

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Film (Trailer) – 2003 Fantasy Adaptation Adventure

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Monstrous spiders, dragon-aided epic battles, endangered hobbits and final farewells ... the finale of the Lord of the Rings trilogy boldly upped the ante. Although the first two films had excited viewers, critics and accountants, Return of the King sealed Peter Jackson's place in movie legend. Reviewers praised it with gusto and Return won a staggering 11 Oscars, a total matched only by Titanic and Ben-Hur. Return anointed a Hollywood empire in the Wellington suburb of Miramar; the box office figures weren't half bad, and nor was the effect on NZ tourism.

We come to it, at last. The great battle of our time.
– Gandalf (Ian McKellen)

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The copyright for this title is held by New Line Cinema - An AOL Time Warner Company. 

Music

Music composed, orchestrated and conducted by Howard Shore
‘Into the West’ by Howard Shore, Fran Walsh and Annie Lennox
‘Merry and Pippin’s Song’ composed by Plan Nine.