Bilbo is invited by Gandalf to join him and the dwarves on their journey to the Lonely Mountain, home of Smaug the dragon, to reclaim the treasure that belongs to the dwarves.
Frodo Baggins  [ edit ] Deviations from the source material The Hobbit: While it follows the story quite closely, a number of liberties were still taken: The film begins with a prologue in which Bilbo Baggins awakens in the early hours of the morning of his th birthday and begins to write There and Back Again: In The Hobbit, he had already begun to write the book shortly after returning to Bag End.
Before beginning the first chapter of his book, Bilbo also details the background of his adventure, first recounting the rise and fall of Erebor and Daleand then the arrival of Smaug - much of the same information recounted by Thorin and the other Dwarves during the Unexpected Party.
Thorin and Balin are shown as adults, although in the books at the time of the sack they were a mere 24 and 7 years old, respectively. Thorin is even shown as a captain giving orders, and, thus, not outside the Mountain during the attack of the Dragonas written in the book.
Elijah Wood also appears briefly as Frodo Baggins toward the end of the prologue, whereas the character does not appear at all in the book.
However, his appearance is purely a cameo as the set-up for the beginning of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ringwhere Bilbo is also seen writing his book the day of his Farewell Partyand Frodo leaves to await Gandalf 's arrival. In the Extended Edition, Bilbo is seen visiting a market being somewhat paranoid because of Gandalf's visit in the morning, which doesn't happen in the book.
Only Dwalin and Bofur appear to have musical instruments.
Furthermore, Gandalf has a grey hat instead of a blue one, and his beard is grey, not white, as described in the book. In the film, Bifur has an axe stuck in his head, disabling him to speak Westron, which is why he only speaks Khuzdul.
The Dwarves arrive in the evening, not afternoon, and only get a supper; no cake. Also, the information that "The Dragon Smaug has not been seen for 60 years" given by Thorin and later on by Elrond in the Extended Edition isn't mentioned in Tolkien 's history.
The morning after the Unexpected Party, Bilbo awakes to see that Gandalf and the Dwarves have already gone, and he is alone. He ultimately decides of his own free will to "go on an adventure" rather than being initially reluctant, as in the book, where Gandalf essentially railroads Bilbo into going.
In the film, Gandalf persuades Bilbo to live up to and take pride in the legacy of the Bagginses as unconventional Hobbits. Bilbo finds the Dwarves in the wood instead of first reading their letter saying they shall meet him at the Green Dragon in Bywater.
Gandalf and the Dwarves had bet on whether or not Bilbo would ultimately join them. Bilbo was shown to be allergic to horses. The time of years between the Sack of Erebor in T. Two Orcs watch the Company resting and many will pursue them later on their whole journey.
The leader of the Orc pack is revealed to be Azog, who has survived the Battle of Azanulbizar in these films his left forearm replaced by a spike with a claw at the endand appears as an additional antagonist who wants to kill Thorin having long sworn "to wipe out the line of Durin ".
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The most important thing to notice here is the juxtaposition of Baggins-like Hobbit-style respectability and Took-ish disregard for convention in favor of adventure. Analyzing Characters in Tolkien's The Hobbit The Hobbit () by J.R.R.
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