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The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King is the epic conclusion to the iconic fantasy film trilogy that captivated audiences around the world. Directed by Peter Jackson and released in 2003, this film beautifully wraps up the journey of Frodo Baggins and his companions, as they face their ultimate test against the malevolent forces of Sauron.

The cast of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King features a stellar ensemble, displaying remarkable performances that bring J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved characters to life. Elijah Wood portrays the brave and burdened Frodo Baggins, while Sean Astin delivers a heartfelt performance as his loyal friend, Samwise Gamgee. The versatile Viggo Mortensen excels as the charismatic and steadfast Aragorn, leading the charge against the forces of darkness alongside the warrior elf, Legolas, played by Orlando Bloom. The talented and enigmatic Ian McKellen expertly portrays Gandalf the Grey, guiding and supporting the Fellowship on their perilous quest. This remarkable cast is rounded out by memorable performances from actors such as Andy Serkis as the treacherous Gollum, John Rhys-Davies as the steadfast dwarf Gimli, and Miranda Otto as the fierce Eowyn.

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King serves as the culmination of an incredible journey, as Frodo and Sam inch closer to Mount Doom to destroy the One Ring and save Middle-earth. Packed with breathtaking battle sequences, stunning landscapes, and emotional moments, this film is a true testament to the power of friendship and the pursuit of inner strength.

As you immerse yourself in the world of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, you can experience the magic of the film's iconic soundscape. From the soul-stirring melodies of composer Howard Shore's orchestral score to the haunting cries of the Nazgûl, every sound contributes to the film's grandeur and intensity.

Fortunately, you have the opportunity to play and download these sounds to bring a piece of Middle-earth into your own world. By revisiting the harmonious elven themes or the hauntingly beautiful melodies that accompany the film's most intense moments, you can relive the epic saga time and time again.

Whether you are a devoted fan of The Lord of the Rings trilogy or a newcomer to the world of Middle-earth, The Return of the King is a must-watch film that will leave you in awe. Its powerful storytelling, jaw-dropping visuals, and unforgettable performances will continue to captivate audiences for generations to come. Play and download the sounds of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King to embark on a remarkable journey through one of cinema's most beloved fantasy worlds.

A broil of fume he sends ahead of his host.
A day may come when the courage of Men fails...
A diversion.
A doorway.
A faint and fading hope that one day it will flower.
A far green country...
A fleet of Corsair ships sails from the south.
A Fourth Age of Middle earth began.
A generous deed should not be checked with cold counsel.
A light from the shadow shall spring
A light on the water
A light on the water
A light shone behind me...
A Man of Rohan?
A pale moon rises
A pale moon rises
A ship lies anchored in the Grey Havens.
A sleepless malice.
A slight tingle in my fingers.
A storm is coming.
A thousand years this city has stood.
A tree.
A true esquire of Rohan.
A very foolish one...
Aah! Aah!
Abandon your posts!
Across the sea
Across the sea
Ah, don't listen to me.
Ah! You waste your time, Aragorn.
Aha. Old Greybeard.
Aim for the trolls! Kill the trolls!
Aim for their heads!
Aim for their heads!
All has turned to vain ambition.
All my friends have gone to battle.
All of your fears Will pass away
All right.
All shall
All shall fade
All she gets is filthy Orcses.
All souls pass
All will answer Mordor's call.
ALL: Death!
ALL: Hail!
Already burning.
Amen Din.
An Elf will go underground where a Dwarf dare not?
An hour of wolves and shattered shields...
And all will turn
And all will turn
And do not mention Frodo or the Ring.
And dream Of the ones who came before
And for the Shire!
And gladly I accept it.
And he did, Gandalf.
And he would be right to do so.
And I know I can't save Middle earth.
And I shall not forget it...
And I tell you now, I will not bow to this Ranger from the North...
And it has been saved.
And man and beast must reach the end with the strength to fight.
And none of my riders can bear you as a burden.
And none of my riders can bear you as a burden.
And of horses.
And one day your father will see it.
And Rohan will answer.
And say nothing of Aragorn either.
And so lsildur cursed them...
And so the people of Gondor fell into ruin.
And take it for me!
And that's for my old Gaffer!
And the birds will be nesting in the hazel thicket.
And the Dead keep it.
And the Dead keep it.
And the Fellowship of the Ring...
And The Lord of the Rings by Frodo Baggins.
And the orchards will be in blossom.
And the White Tree, the tree of the king...
And then it's into the tunnel.
And then the pass of Cirith Ungol.
And then you see it.
And there are many paths to tread
And they doesn't taste very nice, does they, precious?
And they'll be sowing the summer barley in the lower fields...
And thus now will I sleep.
And tonight is for you.
And we forgot the taste of bread...
And we only wish To catch a fish
And we wept, precious.
And we will.
And what did you tell him?
And what did you tell him?
And when he returned...
And when she throws away the bones and the empty clothes...
And when they go in...
And who is this?
And why should your songs be unfit for my halls?
And with your right you'd seek to supplant me.
And you ? You're coming with me?
And you better hope we don't have one of those on our tail.
And you'll be here In my arms
AndUril, the Flame of the West, forged from the shards of Narsil.
Another opportunity for one of the Shire folk to prove their great worth.
Anything happens to him, you have me to answer to.
ARAGORN: Not for ourselves.
ARAGORN: The beacons of Minas Tirith! The beacons are lit!
ARAGORN: You may go no further.
Are you going to leave me?
Arise, arise, Riders of Théoden!
Arwen is dying.
ARWEN: From the ashes a fire shall be woken
ARWEN: I choose a mortal life.
ARWEN: Tell me what you have seen. ELROND: Arvven.
ARWEN: You have the gift of foresight.
Arwen's life is now tied to the fate of the Ring.
As many men as can be found. You have two days.
As Sauron's power grows, her strength wanes.
As the one we drink in our hometown As the one we drink in our hometown
Assemble the army at Dunharrow.
At least, well enough for my own people.
Back in the line!
Back to the gate!
Bad idea.
Bag End.
Battalions of Orcs are crossing the river.
Be at peace.
Be careful.
Be free of him.
Because 10,000 Orcs now stand between Frodo and Mount Doom.
Become who you were born to be.
Begging your pardon, but they haven't.
Better to die sooner than late.
BILBO [WEAKLY]: Tell me again, lad, where are we going?
Bilbo's story was now over.
Bless my bark!
Boromir died to save us...
Boromir was always the soldier.
Boromir was loyal to me!
Boromir would have remembered his father's need.
Boromir would not have brought the Ring.
Break it up! Break it up!
Bring it down! Bring it down! Bring it down!
Bring them down!
Bring wood and oil.
But But we'll see each other soon.
But he's a liar.
But I'm not.
But in secret he sends another force which will attack from the river.
But it is not lost.
But it is not this day.
But it is not this day.
But not for me.
But nothing can breach it.
But strong.
But the Great Eye has seen it.
But the only brew for the brave and true
But there is a wizard to manage here...
But there is also life.
But they knows.
But we can give Frodo his chance if we keep Sauron's Eye fixed upon us.
But we have no songs for great halls...
But we have the White Wizard. That's got to count for something.
But we will meet them in battle nonetheless.
But when the time came...
But you could save them, Saruman.
But you know this, don't you, Gandalf?
But you'll never find a beer so brown But you'll never find a beer so brown
By all that you hold dear on this good earth...
By you and whose army?
Can we not have peace, you and I?
Can we not take counsel together as we once did, my old friend?
Can you sing, Master Hobbit?
Caught in a web
Certainty of death...
Childless lords sat in aged halls, musing on heraldry...
City of kings.
Clever Hobbits to climb so high!
Cloud and shade
Come along, you scum...
Come away, Hobbits. We climb. We must climb.
Come away. Come away. Look, we have found it.
Come down, Saruman...
Come down.
Come on and finish it.
Come on, Hobbits! Mustn't stop now. This way.
Come on, Mr. Frodo.
Come on, Mr. Frodo.
Come on, then. Come on!
Come on, you sea rats! Get off your ships!
Come on, you slugs!
Come on!
Come on!
Come on!
Come on! Faster!
Come on.
Come on.
Come on. Let's just make it down the hill for starters.
Come to Sméagol.
Come, master.
Come, sing me a song.
Come, Sméagol.
Comes from The Green Dragon
Courage for our friends.
Courage is the best defense that you have now.
Courage, Merry.
Crumbs on his jacketses. He took it!
Dark and deep in the vaults...
Death is just another path...