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FRODO: It's so cold. Like a poisoned icicle.
ARAGORN: It is the cold of their world, Frodo.
When you put on the Ring, you entered the world of the Black Riders.
FRODO: Gandalf said not to. Why is it so misty here? I can't see very well.
SAM: Well, what's the matter with him? It was only a little wound.
ARAGORN: It was an evil knife that struck him, Sam. I think that a piece broke off in the wound and is working inward. If it reaches his heart...
SAM: Can you do anything?
ARAGORN: We must get to Rivendell very soon.
He can't go no further.
ARAGORN: He must! Do you want them to take him?
PIPPIN: Wait, listen.
FRODO: Yes, Sam, that's an elf.
ARAGORN: So, there has been no word of Gandalf in Rivendell? No message at all?
LEGOLAS: None. My Lord Elrond has sent every rider he could spare to seek for you knowing that you bore a great burden without guidance. I have been on the road for nine days.
SAM: Well, Mr. Frodo has been on the road a lot longer than that. And
he's sick and he needs a rest. Just for a while.
LEGOLAS: No resting can help your Mr. Frodo now. Only the hands of Elrond in Rivendell can do that. There are five Black Riders close behind us and we may well find the other four waiting at the ford. If we lose even a little time, we lose, Frodo, the Ring and Middle- earth. Do you understand me, Sam?
ARAGORN: There is the ford of Rivendell.
LEGOLAS: Fly! The Enemy is upon us!
Come back. To Mordor we will take you.
BLACK RIDER: Come back, come back. To Mordor we'll take you. Come back, come back. To Mordor, we'll take you.
FRODO: Go back!
BLACK RIDER: Run, you fool, run! The Ring! The Ring!
FRODO: Go back to the land of Mordor, and follow me no more.
BLACK RIDER: Come back. Come back. To Mordor we will take you. Come back. Come back.
FRODO: Go back!
BLACK RIDER: The Ring. The Ring!
FRODO: By all the Shire,
you shall have neither the Ring nor me!
No, never. Verily, I come.
GANDALF: I give it unto you.
FRODO: No, never! Gandalf!
GANDALF: Yes. I am here, and you are lucky to be here, too after all the absurd things you've done since you left home.
FRODO: Where's Sam? And are the others all right?
GANDALF: They've hardly left your side for three days.
FRODO: Three days? What happened at the ford? It all seemed so dim, somehow.
GANDALF: You were beginning to fade, my remarkable friend. The knifepoint had almost worked its way to your heart.
FRODO: Oh, I didn't know. Would I have.
You would have become like them. One of the Ringwraiths the servants of the Dark Lord if you had not resisted to the last.
FRODO: The river, it rose up against them.
GANDALF: It is Elrond's river. This is his house and it was Elrond himself who healed you. If I may say so, I added a few touches of my own. The white horses and so on. If you noticed.
FRODO: Then that is the end of the Black Riders?
GANDALF: Not so long as the Ring itself exists. They will fly back to their master in Mordor, empty and crippled until they find new shapes to wear and new beasts to ride. We have beaten them, just for a while, Frodo.
FRODO: That's sort of a relief.
GANDALF: I wish that were the truth, Frodo. I'm afraid we have a new and closer problem at hand. You have not asked me why I was late getting back to the Shire.
FRODO: I forgot.
GANDALF: When I was certain that yours was indeed the Master Ring Elrond at once to Isengard, and thought.
SARUMAN: That if anyone could know what was best to do with the One Ring it would surely be Saruman the White.
GANDALF: The great eagle, Gwaihir came in answer to my call, and bore me away. Saruman has never paid enough attention to animals.
FRODO: But if he should seize the Ring.
GANDALF: He will become master of all Middle-earth. The War of the Ring has begun, Frodo. You will hear the rest in Council when you are well enough. Rest now.
BILBO BAGGINS [singing]: The leaves were long, the grass was green. But the hemlock-umbels tall and fair. And in the glade a light was seen of stars in shadow, shimmering. Tinuviel was dancing there.
BILBO BAGGINS: Hello, Frodo, my lad.
Where have you been? Why haven't I seen you before?
BILBO BAGGINS: I've seen a good deal of you, sitting by your side with Sam each day.
FRODO: Bilbo, have you been here all the time? All these years?
BILBO BAGGINS: There didn't seem much reason to be anywhere else, after all. The food's very good, and I listen, and I think. A remarkable place altogether.
BILBO BAGGINS: And now, of course, there's all this bustle about that ring of mine. Fancy the little thing causing such a disturbance. Have you got it here?
FRODO: Yes, I have.
I'd very much like just to keep at it again, just for a moment.
Put it away. I understand now. I'm sorry. Sorry about everything. Don't adventures ever have an end?
GANDALF: The Council of Elrond is beginning. Come with me. Both of you.
NARRATOR: All that morning, the Council of Elrond debated the history of the One Ring and its master, Sauron. Gandalf also told all present of Saruman the traitor, and his desire for the power of the Ring. Elves and Dwarves, in their turn, told what they knew of Sauron's preparations for conquest, and so did Boromir of Gondor.
BOROMIR: In Gondor, we are already under attack by the forces of Mordor. I am Boromir. In a dream, I heard a voice crying to me, saying: Seek for the sword that was broken.
ARAGORN: Here is the sword of Elendil of Gondor who fought the Dark Lord long ago and was slain.
NARRATOR: So, Frodo learn that last the true heritage of Aragorn, the son of Arathorn, descendent of Isildur, who cut the One Ring from Sauron's hand.
FRODO: Then it belongs to you, and not to me at all?
GANDALF: Bring out the Ring, Frodo. The time has come.
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