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  • proper n. A Latin form of Fródi, the name of a number of Danish kings.


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  • Frodo is able to bring out the good in him for a while, but then things happen, the ring is too powerful, and Gollum succumbs to the ring, bringing his demise.

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  • Once Bilbo has returned from his adventure, with all his riches, he becomes the most able relative in Frodo's family to adopt him after his parents Drogo and Primula die in a boating accident on the Brandywine River.

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  • Frodo is a much more active and heroic character in the books, and I'm ambivalent about the way the movies changed him.

    Arwen's ride

  • Coming a close second is The Lord of the Rings, a book I still return to every few years, usually in the winter, curling up with my battered paperbacks to follow Frodo from the Shire to Mordor and back again.

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  • Sam, assuming that Frodo is dead, takes the Ring according to instructions to help Frodo with the Ring in grave circumstances.

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  • The character had no name, but devoted fans later dubbed his character “Figwit,” which stands for “Frodo is great … Who is that?”

    Boing Boing

  • Frodo is doing well and we should thank our Canadian friends for saving him as, I must admit, I would not have done nor would most people.

    positive - negative

  • Gandalf spends much of the film trying to impress others with his in-depth knowledge of Karl Marx, and Frodo is cursed with the filthy tongue of a Russian criminal.

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  • [Bree, in the Inn of the Prancing Pony] ** Frodo is drinking and dancing on a table, then slips

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  • If Frodo is the Lord of the Ring, maybe Peter Jackson is the Lord of Erring?

    Lord Of Erring??


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