The Fellows

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
8.3

Young hobbit Frodo Baggins, after inheriting a mysterious ring from his uncle Bilbo, must leave his home in order to keep it from falling into the hands of its evil creator. Along the way, a fellowship is formed to protect the ringbearer and make sure that the ring arrives at its final destination: Mt. Doom, the only place where it can be destroyed.

The Fellows Who Ate the Elephant
The Fellows Who Ate the Elephant
The Fellows Who Ate the Elephant
0.0

The film is set during the days of the scarcity of food after World War II, during which five men ate an elephant that died in a zoo. The elephant's corpse however, was infested with deadly bacteria and the men have only 30 hours left to live...

Rise of the Fellowship
Rise of the Fellowship
Rise of the Fellowship
6.0

Randall Dooley is a geek. His three best friends are geeks too. He works in a game shop, he spends all his free time playing online games, his older brother bullies him unmercifully, his ...

The Fellowship
The Fellowship
The Fellowship
0.0

A unique satire poking fun at modern pop culture.

The Fellowship of the Frog
The Fellowship of the Frog
The Fellowship of the Frog
6.0

Both Scotland Yard and an amateur American sleuth are tracking a master criminal known as The Frog. This moniker refers to the bulging-eyed mask worn by the evildoer, and is reflected by the frog icons painfully tatooed onto the forearms of his henchmen. The trail leads to the country manor of an enigmatic, steely-eyed nabob, whose repressed son has eyes for the artistes at the Lolita cabaret, and whose lovely daughter captures the fancy of both the American playboy and the villain himself. Murder, kidnapping and seduction ensue.

The Fellowship of the Cast
The Fellowship of the Cast
The Fellowship of the Cast
0.0

A documentary about the casting of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

The Fellowship of the Ring
The Fellowship of the Ring
The Fellowship of the Ring
0.0

A dizzying lo-fi video book report of JRR Tolkien's Fellowship of the Ring

The Fellowship Of The Carlo
The Fellowship Of The Carlo
The Fellowship Of The Carlo
10.0
The Fellowship of the Bearing
The Fellowship of the Bearing
The Fellowship of the Bearing
0.0

The Fellowship of the Bearing is a remarkable adventure into groundbreaking downhill skateboarding competitions that has, since their inception, defined new styles of extreme skateboarding.

The Making of The Fellowship of the Ring
The Making of The Fellowship of the Ring
The Making of The Fellowship of the Ring
8.0

A behind the scenes documentary from the making of the "Fellowship of the Ring"

The Fellowship of the Ring: Behind the Scenes
The Fellowship of the Ring: Behind the Scenes
The Fellowship of the Ring: Behind the Scenes
0.0

Inside story of the making of The Fellowship of the Ring

National Geographic - Beyond the Movie: The Fellowship of the Rings
National Geographic - Beyond the Movie: The Fellowship of the Rings
National Geographic - Beyond the Movie: The Fellowship of the Rings
5.8

A documentary about the influences on Tolkien, covering in brief his childhood and how he detested the onslaught of industry through the idyllic countryside, moving on to describe his fighting experience from WWI, and closing with a look at the Finnish inspiration for the scholar's self-invented languages of Elfish. In between are interviews with the cast of the films and some clips, by far the most from "The Fellowship of the Ring", but a few glimpses of Rohan riders (from "The Two Towers") are provided. Also, there are interviews with a range of the filmmakers.

The Fellows
The Fellows
The Fellows
0.0
The Man In Room 17
The Man In Room 17
The Man In Room 17
0.0

The Man in Room 17 is a British television series which ran for two seasons in the mid-1960s, produced by the Northern ITV franchise, Granada Television. Key to the series' success was the involvement of writer/producer Robin Chapman. The show was set in Room 17 of the Department of Social Research, where former wartime agent-turned-criminologist Edwin Oldenshaw solved difficult police cases through theory and discussions with his assistants. The novelty of the series was that Oldenshaw and his colleagues never needed to leave their office in order to resolve cases, preferring to spend their time playing the Japanese board game of Go. They simply provided their prognosis and left the police to do the cleaning up. Different directors were often appointed to film the Room 17 and outside-world scenes independently, to maintain a sense of distance between the two worlds.

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