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Scoop Images: ROTK Stars On Courtenay (2)

Images taken by's Demosthenes at today's red carpet premiere of the Lord of the Rings - The Return Of The King. The view from inside the media scrum. See also.. Scoop Images: ROTK Stars On Courtenay (1)

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Lawrence Makoare - Lurtz

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Kieron Shah - Froddo

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Director Peter Jackson (2)

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Elijah Wood - Frodo (2)

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Orlando Bloom - Legolas (2)

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Sean Astin & wife Christine (2)

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Hugo Weaving - Elrond (2)

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New Line Co-CEOs Robert Shaye and Michael Lynne

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Grant Major And Alan Lee

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New Line's Mark Odetsky

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