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Burger King Lord of the Rings Figure Set

Burger King Lord of the Rings Bilbo Baggins

Burger King Lord of the Rings - Fellowship of the Ring Figures

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Pictured Left Top: Entire Set on Display

Pictured Left Bottom: Bilbo Baggins

Webmaster Note: This set includes 19 separate pieces with a total of 36 variations, all made of plastic, they were released in both the USA and Europe. Based on the Peter Jackson release of "Lord of the Rings - The Fellowship of the Ring"

 

Burger King Lord of the Rings Aragorn Aragorn
Burger King
2001
Charged by Gandalf to see the Hobbits safely to Rivendell, Aragorn waits patiently for their arrival in the Village of Bree. This is clearly a representation of Aragorn (then known only as Strider) as he battles the Ringwraiths on the pinnacle of Weathertop. Shown with a flaming torch in his hand he arrives just in time to save the Hobbits from certain death.



Burger King Lord of the Rings Frodo Baggins Frodo Baggins
Burger King
2001
Unaware of the significance of what his Uncle Bilbo Baggins has left him, Frodo Baggins becomes an apprehensive participant in the events about to unfold on Middle-Earth. As a quite, but somewhat strangely adventurous Hobbit of the Shire, he seeks only to live out his days peacefully in Bag End. This is not his fate.



Burger King Lord of the Rings Gandalf Gandalf
Burger King
2001
As a member of the Order of the Istari, Gandalf is charged with maintaining the peace in Middle-Earth. Though second in the order to Saruman the White, Gandalf the Grey is perhaps the wisest of his order. Though rarely getting directly involved in the outcome of events, he is constantly guiding events to their proper outcome. In The Lord of the Rings, he is just as unaware of what Frodo and Bilbo have as they are. It is only through the changing course of events that he begins to realize what it is that the Hobbits are harboring in their far-away land of The Shire.


Burger King Lord of the Rings Gimli Gimli
Burger King
2001
Gimli, Son of Gloin, is an esteemed Dwarf of Erebor. Having accompanied his father to a Council of Elrond in Rivendell, he is subsequently enlisted as a member of the Fellowship of the Ring. His abilities with an axe are handy in a tight spot. While his (and all dwarves) distrust of Elves is very apparent in the beginning of the movie trilogy, by the end he is fast friends with Legolas of Mirkwood.


Burger King Lord of the Rings Sam Gamgee Sam Gamgee
Burger King
2001
A gardener by evocation, and held in high regard for his skills in Hobbiton, Sam Gamgee is perhaps the most unlikely member of the Fellowship. It is only his devotion to his friend and employer Frodo Baggins that gets him involved at all. It is a credit to the wisdom of Gandalf that Sam is assigned to Frodo for their journey to Rivendell...and beyond

Burger King Lord of the Rings One Ring The One Ring
Burger King
2001
Centerpiece of the Figures Set Display
Hmmmm...how to say this....Forged by Sauron in the fires of Mount Doom...okay, you heard this before.


Burger King Lord of the Rings Boromir Boromir
Burger King
2001
A Captain of Gondor, and son of the Steward Denethor. Boromir is charged by his father with unraveling a mysterious vision (likely brought about through the Palantir in the Citadel of Minas Tirith) that promises of a powerful weapon that will be unveiled at the Council of Elrond in Rivendell. Denethor, like Saruman, wants this weapon, and Boromir is to get it there. Strong and noble by nature, Boromirs tale is classically tragic as conceit and desire to please his father drive him to ruin. This figurine depicts him blowing the mighty Horn of Gondor at Amon Hen.

Burger King Fellowship of the Ring Legolas Legolas
Burger King
2001
Legolas Greenleaf of the woodland realm of Mirkwood is depicted here drawing his bow. The princely son of King Thranduil, the choice to place him in the Fellowship of the Ring seems curious, as Rivendell at the time, was full of mighty Elf-lords of higher descent. Perhaps his skill with a bow was a deciding factor. It is the Gandalf and Elrond who made this choice...second guess those two at your own peril, but do not involve me or any of my kin.

Burger King Fellowship of the Ring Merry Brandybuck Merry Brandybuck
Burger King
2001
Depicted here carrying a lantern, this Merry Brandybuck figurine seems to be taken from the Buckleberry Ferry scene in Fellowship if the Ring. A devout friend of Frodo Baggins he is unwittingly pulled into the events of Middle-Earth by happenstance, trying to see Frodo and Sam safely to Bree once the Ringwraiths have been spotted. In the books, Merry is part of a friendly conspiracy of friends who wish to see Frodo safely through a dangerous journey...though they are unaware of the true nature of this danger.

Burger King Fellowship of the Ring Pippen Took Pippin Took
Burger King
2001
This Pippin Took figurine is likely taken from the Mines of Moria scenes. Shown with a torch, and grasping his sword, the Mines of Moria seem the most likely inspiration for this pose. Accompanied by Merry Brandybuck, Pippin is stumbled upon by Frodo and Sam in the fields of Farmer Maggots farm, while mischievously stealing some of the farmers crops. Good thing Grip, Fang, and Wolf weren't there to see them.


Burger King Fellowship of the Ring Elrond of Rivendell Elrond
Burger King
2001
Seen first in the prologue scenes as a Captain of the High Elves under the banner of Gil-Galad on the Dagorlad Plains, this figurine is clearly inspired by the Council of Elrond scenes in Rivendell an age later. Master of The Last Homely House in the West, Elrond now sits in a position of wisdom, not arms. Preparing to depart Middle-Earth for the Undying West with his daughter Arwen, Elrond clearly seeks to attempt a defense against the growing power of Sauron before leaving.


Burger King Fellowship of the Ring Galadriel Galadriel
Burger King
2001
Galadriel is posed as seen in the departure from Lothlorien scene. Having gifted each member of the Fellowship with something meaningful, she stands on the banks of the River Anduin bidding farewell to the company. Though she is three hairs short, you cannot see this in the figurine.


Burger King Fellowship of the Ring Celeborn Celeborn
Burger King
2001
Husband of Galadriel and co-ruler of Lothlorien, Celeborns part in this tale is limited. This figurine depicts the High Elf as seen in the only scene he is in, the greeting of the Fellowship upon their arrival to the Golden Woods



Burger King Fellowship of the Ring Arwen Burger King Fellowship of the Ring Arwen Arwen
Left: Version 1
Right: Version 2
Burger King
2001
Perched upon the horse that she ably commands in her famous cinematic ride to Rivendell, both Arwen figurines are very similar, the main differences being the color of the horse blanket and the removal of the pink scarf in the second version. Daughter of Elrond, Arwen takes upon herself the task of getting Frodo to Rivendell while being pursued by the Nine Ringwraiths of Mordor, much to the objections of Aragorn.

Burger King Fellowship of the Ring Saruman Saruman
Burger King
2001
Depicted in this figurine holding a Palantir, this Saruman representation is taken from the scenes within Isengard. As with Denethor, he believes the Palantir's visions are clear and believable, but it is really Sauron who controls what they see, and the visions poison their minds into despair. Saruman proves to be weak of character, and is convinced the best course of action is to join Sauron in his quest for dominion over Middle-Earth. It is not until Gandalf's arrival to Orthanc that his treachery is clear.


Burger King Fellowship of the Ring Lurtz Lurtz
Burger King
2001
Born and bred in the bowels of Isengard, Lurtz is a cross between orcs and wild men. Capable of travel in the light, a trait that the Mordor Orcs do not share, the Uruk-Hai are fearless and mighty warriors. Shown here in full battle gear, Lurtz stands poised to attack Aragorn on Amon Hen at the end of The Fellowship of the Ring.



Burger King Lord of the Rings Cave Troll Cave Troll
Burger King
2001
A huge and fierce creature, this Cave Troll confronts the company deep within the bowels of the Mines of Moria in the Chamber of Mazarbul. After destroying Balins Tomb he sets about wreaking rather indiscriminate havoc upon all in the chamber. Curiously seeking out Frodo in particular, and landing a spear thrust into the Hobbit, this foul beast is eventually felled by Legolas.

Burger King Lord of the Rings Orc Orc
Burger King
2001
It is rather difficult to say which kind of orc this is, or from what scene in the movie he is depicting. It's an orc, Middle-Earth is lousy with them, you can't swing a.....well you know


Burger King Lord of the Rings Ringwraith Ringwraiths in Box
Burger King
2001
Which is where they should stay. Foul, nasty creatures with bad breath...though you cannot tell that from the movies, your to far from the screen. Ensnared by Sauron with visions of power these Nazgul are now his chief weapons. Appearing first as Black Riders in The Fellowship of the Ring, these creatures have yet to fully reveal themselves or their full power.