Frodo Baggins was created in 1954.
Frodo Baggins was played by Elijah Woods .
Frodo Baggins. He shall get the ring! Frodo Baggins. He shall get the ring!
It is both Bilbo and Frodo Baggins birthday.It is both Bilbo and Frodo Baggins birthday.It is both Bilbo and Frodo Baggins birthday.
They are hobbits with big hairy feets
Drogo Baggins & Primula Brandybuck
The Lord of the Rings (3 movies) is the one featuring Frodo Baggins.
Elijah Wood played Frodo Baggins in all three The Lord of the Rings movies.
Frodo Baggins has the same birthday as Bilbo.
Frodo lived with Bilbo Baggins in Bag-End. It was a smial located near Hobbiton. They were in The Shire located in Middle Earth.
Bilbo Baggins, Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamgee.
In the Hobbit is is Bilbo Baggins and in LOTR technically it is Frodo Baggins.
Sam Gamgee is not related to Frodo Baggins. He is his gardener, that is all.
Frodo Baggins , played by Elijah Wood .
Frodo Baggins, the son of Drogo Baggins and Primula Brandybuck
No, Frodo is "adopted"; his parents died in a boating accident. He is one of Bilbo's nephews (his favourite, that came to live with him after his parents' death)
The character of Frodo Baggins was played by Elijah Woods in all three LOTR films .
Bilbo Baggins is played by Ian Holm, and Frodo Baggins is played by Elijah Wood.
Frodo Baggins is a hobbit from the Shire who embarked on a terrible and perilous mission as Ring-Bearer, to carry The One Ring to Mount Doom (where it was forged) there to cast it into the fires.
In The Lord of the Rings it is Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamgee. In The Hobbit it is Bilbo Baggins.
Elijah Wood played Frodo Baggins in Lord of the Rings.
In the lord of the rings, Frodo Baggins leaves the shire with Samwise Gamgee.
Yes he is a hobbit. He is a relative to Frodo.
from LOTRs? Gimli, Samwise,Frodo Baggins,....
No, he eventually sails into the west.
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