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I never saw the cartoon version. You didn't miss much in my opinion. In contains most of book I, added the battle of Helm's deep and the Meeting of the Ents from book II. Aragorn is an american Indian who runs around the wilderness in short pants.

I thought Aragorn was too superheroish. In the book, the attack at weathertop was with only a few Nazgul and it is believable that he drove
them off.

In the book only 5 are at Amon Sul, of which 2 hang back while the King of the Nazgul and 2 others advance. Thus Aragorn faces 3 Nazgul.

I was checking off the details as I watched the movie, and I don't recall that the movie shows all 9 at Amon Sul. But you may be right.

Is anymone planning to see the movie soon ? If so, count the nazgul in the scene.

In the book, I recall that Frodo left at the end invisible. Sam saw the boat moving away by itself and realised what was happening. However,
in the movie Frodo was visible.

Your right. If I recall, in the book when Sam jumps in the water, and Frodo finally turns around to fetch him, the dialogue reads" Take my Hand Sam (or something close) and Sam points out that he can't see it.

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