In 1991 Lord of the rings TV name adaptation Kraniteli Soviet television broadcasts All accounts are just one account. Lord of the rings Modifications made in the Soviet Union – and are thought to be lost forever. However, it is the same as the Soviet One Ring. Lord of the Rings TV movies have reappeared – on YouTube, it’s a charming low-budget affair.It looks more like a TV game show than a JRR Tolkien adaptation, and you can watch it in full below.
Soviet television film The Lord of the Rings, part 1
Soviet Lord of the Rings TV Movies Part 2
Before Peter Jackson made movie history with him. Lord of the rings The ending has KraniteliThe only adaptation of the Tolkien book produced in the USSR. After broadcasting in 1991 on Leningrad Television, the modification was thought to have disappeared. But it’s on YouTube right now, as pointed out by The Guardian, 5TV, the successor of Leningrad Television, unexpectedly posted the film to YouTube last week, and you can check it out above.
Featuring scores by Andrei Romanov of the Akvarium rock band and the design of the incredible low cost production, no one confuses this. Lord of the rings With the Jackson movie The Guardian also pointed out that this was not the first crack of the Leningrad Television adaptation Tolkien – they also released a modification. The Hobbit In 1985, this modification presented “A ballet dancer from the current Mariinsky Theater and a humorous narrator stands in Tolkien. Excellent Trip of Mister Bilbo BagginsThe Hobbit jumps over trolls and elves in an hour-long romp, believed to be a Tolkien modification that was completed during the Soviet Union. ”
and Lord of the rings Adaptation Kraniteli It doesn’t seem official in its approach. The set has a uniform character and special effects – if you can call it – a delight to be hockey. It seems that there is almost no budget and just the charm. There are no English subtitles in the two videos above. But if you’re familiar with the story as a whole, you can. Kind of Keep track of what’s going on This version also includes the character of Tom Bombadil, who wasn’t made into a Peter Jackson movie – even a cut. And finally, Gollum makes an appearance here in the form of a man wearing a homemade yoda dress, it’s amazing.
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