Old Entish

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This article is about the scene from the film The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. For the language of the Ents, see Entish.
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Old Entish
Scene from
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Scene number39 (theatrical)
50 (extended)
Duration 01:39 (theatrical)
01:37 (extended)
Event Treebeard speaks with Merry and Pippin about the decisions being made at the Entmoot
Characters Merry, Pippin, Treebeard
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Old Entish is the thirty-ninth scene of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and the fiftieth scene of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (extended edition).

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Treebeard turns away from the Entmoot temporarily to tell Merry and Pippin that it has been decided they are not orcs. Merry asks if they have made a decision regarding Saruman, to which Treebeard says "Don't be hasty".

Hasty? Our friends are out there. They need our help.
Merry to Treebeard

Treebeard gently explains to Merry that it takes a lot of time to say anything in Old Entish and that Ents tend not to use the language unless it is worth the time and effort to do so.

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