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Ian Mune

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'''Ian Mune''' ([[1941]]) played a [[Shirriffs|bounder]] (specifically, the one whose head was cut off by a [[Ringwraiths|Ringwraith]]) in [[Peter Jackson's The Fellowship of the Ring]]. He also served as an additional second unit director.
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'''Ian Mune''' ([[1941]]) played a [[Shirriffs|bounder]] (specifically, the one whose head was cut off by a [[Ringwraiths|Ringwraith]]) in ''[[Peter Jackson's The Fellowship of the Ring]]''. He also served as an additional second unit director; he describes one of his works as "[i]t was the bit where the hobbits were being dragged from the burning tavern by the orcs"<sup>[http://www.pukeariki.com/en/stories/arts/titokowarufilm.htm]</sup>, which made it into the trailer for ''[[Peter Jackson's The Two Towers]]''. It is unclear as to what scene he is referring; the desribed scene is not found. He probably referred to a scene shot for the [[Mirror of Galadriel]] scene in ''The Fellowship of the Ring''.
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==Quotes==
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{{quote|There were three grades of rubber feet - there were the Cadillacs (for the stars), Fords for the smaller parts and the extras had Fiats. It depended on how long you had to wear them for.''[...]''By the time it was all over my feet were awash, and so very, very sore.|Ian Mune, [http://www.pukeariki.com/en/stories/arts/titokowarufilm.htm Puke Ariki interview]. He wore Fords.}}
  
 
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Ian Mune (1941) played a bounder (specifically, the one whose head was cut off by a Ringwraith) in Peter Jackson's The Fellowship of the Ring. He also served as an additional second unit director; he describes one of his works as "[i]t was the bit where the hobbits were being dragged from the burning tavern by the orcs"[1], which made it into the trailer for Peter Jackson's The Two Towers. It is unclear as to what scene he is referring; the desribed scene is not found. He probably referred to a scene shot for the Mirror of Galadriel scene in The Fellowship of the Ring.

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"There were three grades of rubber feet - there were the Cadillacs (for the stars), Fords for the smaller parts and the extras had Fiats. It depended on how long you had to wear them for.[...]By the time it was all over my feet were awash, and so very, very sore."
― Ian Mune, Puke Ariki interview. He wore Fords.

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