Radagast the Brown Quotes in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013)
Radagast the Brown Quotes:
Radagast the Brown: What if it's a trap?
Gandalf: Turn around and don't come back.
Gandalf: It's undoubtedly a trap.
[draws his sword]
Gandalf: Oh, it's you.
Radagast the Brown: Why am I here, Gandalf?
Gandalf: Trust me, Radagast. I would not have called you here without good reason.
Radagast the Brown: [Radagast removes his hat to allow the birds to hide underneath] This is not a nice place to meet.
Gandalf: No, it is not.
[They exit the tomb]
Radagast the Brown: These are dark spells, Gandalf. Old, and full of hate. Who's buried here?
Gandalf: If he had a name, it's long since been lost. He would have been known only as a servant of evil. One of a number.
[He shines his staff into the chasm, revealing the doors of the tombs, all with the bars broken open]
Gandalf: One of nine.
[Gandalf has realized that Thorin's company is at risk]
Gandalf: I cannot forsake them! They are in grave danger!
Radagast the Brown: Gandalf, if what you're saying is true, the world is in grave danger!
Radagast the Brown: [looking the symbols around the tomb's door in the High Fells] These are dark spells, Gandalf. Old and full of hate. Who's buried here?
Gandalf: If he had a name, it's long since been lost. He would've been known only as a servant of evil. One of a number. One of nine.
Radagast the Brown: [after leaving the cave] Why now, Gandalf? I don't understand.
Gandalf: The Ringwraiths have been summoned to Dol Guldur.
Radagast the Brown: But it cannot be the Necromancer. A human sorcerer could not summon such evil.
Gandalf: [suspicious] Who said it was human?
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