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Legolas "skateboards" down the stairs   Tuesday, February 4, 2003 (6:30 p.m.) 

When Legolas used a sheild as a sort of skateboard down the stairs, did anyone else get a Back to the Future feel to it? I think it sorta sounded the same briefly.

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Re: Legolas "skateboards" down the stairs   Tuesday, February 4, 2003 (6:46 p.m.) 

> When Legolas used a sheild as a sort of skateboard down the stairs, did
> anyone else get a Back to the Future feel to it? I think it sorta sounded
> the same briefly.

I did not make the connection, but as I remember, a fast moving statement of the fellowship theme was used. Looking back (or listeneing back?) it does seem to be the same style, speed, etc.

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Re: Legolas "skateboards" down the stairs   Saturday, February 8, 2003 (3:05 a.m.) 

> I did not make the connection, but as I remember, a fast moving statement
> of the fellowship theme was used. Looking back (or listeneing back?) it
> does seem to be the same style, speed, etc.

I got the DVD already, a screener copy and in that part a fast fellowship theme is used but I guess they did it to sound like really back to the future : )

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Re: Legolas "skateboards" down the stairs   Thursday, February 20, 2003 (3:19 p.m.) 

> When Legolas used a sheild as a sort of skateboard down the stairs, did
> anyone else get a Back to the Future feel to it? I think it sorta sounded
> the same briefly.

I don't think so... Did you see Marty Mcfly shooting arrows at orcs while he was skating? Ill tell you one thing though,the fellowship theme sounded really cool at that speed. To bad that track didn't get on the album along with tons of other musical cues.


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Re: Legolas "skateboards" down the stairs   Friday, March 7, 2003 (3:50 p.m.) 

Just not to get confused, but when I said it sounded like BTTF, I meant the style, not the actual BTTF theme itself.

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Re: Legolas "skateboards" down the stairs   Wednesday, May 28, 2003 (6:14 p.m.) 

> When Legolas used a sheild as a sort of skateboard down the stairs, did
> anyone else get a Back to the Future feel to it? I think it sorta sounded
> the same briefly.

Yes, i think it's some kind of semiotic intertext.

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