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'''Bagshot Row''' was the row of hobbit-holes that were delved into [[Hobbiton Hill]] beneath [[Bag End]]. The [[Gamgee Family]] lived at #3 Bagshot Row. Their neighbour was [[Daddy Twofoot]].
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'''Bagshot Row''' was the row of hobbit-holes that were delved into [[Hobbiton Hill]] beneath [[Bag End]]. The [[Gamgee Family]] lived at Number 3, Bagshot Row. Their neighbour was [[Daddy Twofoot]], but it is not known whether he lived at Number 2 or Number 4.
  
 
The holes were destroyed in the [[War of the Ring]], and replaced by a new row called, simply, [[New Row]].
 
The holes were destroyed in the [[War of the Ring]], and replaced by a new row called, simply, [[New Row]].
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==Portrayal in Adaptations==
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'''2002: ''[[Vivendi's The Fellowship of the Ring (game)|Vivendi's The Fellowship of the Ring]]'':'''
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:Bagshot Row is much longer than described in the book; numbers run up to ten.
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* 1 Bagshot Row: [[Bag End]]
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* 2 Bagshot Row: [[Daddy Twofoot]]
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* 3 Bagshot Row: The Gamgees
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* 4 Bagshot Row: [[Milo Burrows]]
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* 5 Bagshot Row: [[Proudfoot Family|The Proudfeet]]
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* 6 Bagshot Row: Halfast Hornblower
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* 8 Bagshot Row: [[Hugo Bracegirdle]]
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* 10 Bagshot Row: [[Fredegar Bolger|Fredregar ''(sic)'' Bolger]]
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:Numbers 7 and 9, inhabited by [[Folco Boffin]] and [[Robin Smallburrow]], are inexplicably located on the "Water Road" and the "Hill Road".
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'''2003: ''[[Peter Jackson's The Return of the King]]'':'''
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:In an unexplained deviation from the book, [[Samwise Gamgee|Sam]] and [[Rosie Cotton|Rosie]] still live at Number 3.
  
 
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[[Category:Shire]]

Revision as of 14:17, 2 September 2008

Bagshot Row was the row of hobbit-holes that were delved into Hobbiton Hill beneath Bag End. The Gamgee Family lived at Number 3, Bagshot Row. Their neighbour was Daddy Twofoot, but it is not known whether he lived at Number 2 or Number 4.

The holes were destroyed in the War of the Ring, and replaced by a new row called, simply, New Row.

Portrayal in Adaptations

2002: Vivendi's The Fellowship of the Ring:

Bagshot Row is much longer than described in the book; numbers run up to ten.
Numbers 7 and 9, inhabited by Folco Boffin and Robin Smallburrow, are inexplicably located on the "Water Road" and the "Hill Road".

2003: Peter Jackson's The Return of the King:

In an unexplained deviation from the book, Sam and Rosie still live at Number 3.