Complete trilogy on DVD of “The Lord of the Rings” in extended version plus the figures of the two statues of the Argonath kings. Editions of 2002, 2003 and 2004, all of them already discontinued. The whole lot in perfect condition, without use.
I The Fellowship of the Ring, a collector’s edition with statues of the Argonaths, by sculptor Mary Maclachlan (each weighing just over a pound). 4 DVDs. Duration of the film 200 minutes (30 minutes more with unpublished scenes).
II Las Dos Torres, extended edition, 4 DVDs. Duration of the film 214 minutes (42 more minutes with unpublished scenes).
III The Return of the King, extended edition, 4 DVDs. Length of the film 240 minutes (48 more minutes with unpublished scenes).
All DVDs have Spanish and English languages and Spanish and English subtitles in the movies. On DVDs with extras, English language with Spanish subtitles.
In Tolkien’s fantastic epic, the Argonath were two large monumental sculptures situated on both banks of the river Anduin that marked the entrance to the Kingdom of Gondor through that river. They represented Isildur and Anárion, the sons of Elendil, the first kings of the men of the West. The statues depicted the two standing on either side of the Anduin River, at the point where it enters Nen Hithoel from the north. Both are oriented towards the north; the one that resembles Isildur guards the eastern coast, and the entrance to the province of Ithilien; while the statue of Anárion is in the western border to delimit the province of Anórien. The figures represent each of the brothers wearing a crown and helmet, with an ax in the right hand and the left raised in a gesture of defiance to the enemies of Gondor.
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