27 December 2012 1:09 PM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

So you checked out Peter Jackson.s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey over the holiday, and you had a couple of problems with the finished product. Maybe it was too long, maybe the 3D didn.t do anything for you, and maybe you paid for a ticket to the 48 frames-per-second presentation, but thought that the higher frame rate made everything look too realistic . a look that doesn.t work for J.R.R. Tolkien.s fantasy realms. Then we have this version of The Hobbit for you - a Russian-language adaptation that aired on the Leningrad TV Channel back in 1985 has been posted online. It might make you rethink your criticisms of Jackson.s efforts, which . at the very least . show love of Tolkien.s writings in virtually every scene. This one, well... watch the Soviet Union version of The Hobbit right here: The clip starts with Zinovy Gerdt playing . »

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