Review: The Hobbit [Film] (1977) — A Phuulish Fellow – Weirdness Wednesdays February 19, 2020

Today I am reviewing the greatest Tolkien screen adaptation of the twentieth century (not that there’s much competition…) and what remains the best screen adaptation of the book in question. I refer, of course, to The Hobbit, as adapted by Rankin-Bass in 1977. Why, yes, it beats Peter Jackson’s version comfortably, and it does it […]

via Review: The Hobbit [Film] (1977) — A Phuulish Fellow.

I saw this last night as I was looking for potential Weirdness Wednesdays choices. It showed up when I typed in Weird in WordPress Reader. It was down the list a fair piece. It does have weird a few times in the post. I loved the earlier version more than I enjoyed Peter Jackson’s trilogy re-make. The reviewer pays respect to the recent passing of Orson Bean. I enjoyed the review. I chose it at this week’s Weirdness Wednesdays post in honor and memory of Orson Bean. I appreciated his wit and humor. He will be missed.

Other Weirdness Wednesdays posts: https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/Weirdness-Wednesdays/

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2 Responses to Review: The Hobbit [Film] (1977) — A Phuulish Fellow – Weirdness Wednesdays February 19, 2020

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Wow didn’t know there was this version of the Hobbit!

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