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Leo Scours the Sets..

March 24, 2000 at 11:59 am by xoanon  - 

Super Ringer Spy Leo is a busy boy…after treking through most of civilized New Zealand he’s set up shop at his computer and nearly burned out his scanner getting us these pics! Enjoy!

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Leo: “basejamb and basejamb1 are pics of one of the places the actors and crew eat and get ready for shooting at Helms Deep, which is across the road. We stumbled on this place when we where looking for the Rivendell set, they were clever to put a sign up with base jamb(oree).”

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Leo: “fortdorset and fortdorset1 are pics of fort dorset land where the Bree exterior set used to be build, and as you can see there is nothing left:)”

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Leo: “Did you ever think you’d get tired of pics from Helms Deep?”

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Leo: “lothlorien is a pic taken near Paradise were they shot scenes for Lorien, this kinda reminded me at Lorien and the Misty Mountains, and it is very well possible you will see this in the movies as well. The other is what I hope mirrormere will look like :)”

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Leo: “Setprops are some pics of a piece of the helms deep set being moved to the dry creek quarry, and one of ppl building part of the set of Lorien”

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Leo: “Shire and shire1 are pics taken at Mt Victoria were they shot scenes about the hobbits running into the black rider, these pics give an impression of how that part of the shire would look like.”

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Leo: “The stonestreet jpg’s are pics taken near the stone street, to give an impression of how ‘normal’ these studios look like, and you’d have to know its a studio or you would walk straight past it:) on one of these pics you can see some extras who are marching ( elves?)”

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Leo: “Another view of Orthanc”

Posted in Old Spy Reports on March 24, 2000 by

Thorin Oakenshield

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