The movie segments were stored
in Quicktime. You will need a movie player that plays Quicktime
movies to view them. Here is the link to the Apple computer site where
you can download Quicktime for free. Quicktime works with Windows
machines as well as the Apple Macintosh: Quicktime Free
The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins. Sung by Leonard Nimoy. A classic. I had no idea that he also did a music video of the song. The rumor is that one of the dancers in the video also played a part in one of the Star Trek episodes.
Click here for the movie: The Ballad
of Bilbo Baggins
Gollum on Saturday Night Live
Gollum gets his MTV award.
Peter Jackson gets his MTV award.
Cannes Film Festival Lord of the Rings
Hobbit bones discovered!
St. Gandalf's Hospital
Rock Version of Books on Tape: The Hobbit
Thin Blue Line segment featuring Squirrel Baggins
Viggo Mortensen on the Daily Show
TBS Lord of the Rings Movie Promos
Where There's a Wip , There's a Way
Where is Bag End Now?
Lord of the Rings Family Feud
CS Lewis becomes a Christian
Stephen Colbert Contrasts Angels and Balrogs
Frodo Lives! by The Magic Ring. This is a classic of psychadelic rock.
Here is a great interview with Pat Reynolds, the archivist for the Tolkien Society. She describes the Tolkien archives and makes a number of interesting points about Tolkien and his work: Pat Reynolds Interview.
BBC Interview with Tolkien Order the complete selection of Tolkien interviews here:
Order recordings of Tolkien reading from the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. This also includes readings from the Silmarillion by Christopher Tolkien: