In the film Gandalf says that ‘you shall not pass‘, thus implying that he, Gandalf, will prevent the Balrog from crossing and he does just that.
In this regard, is You shall not pass copyrighted?
“You shall not pass” – summary judgment for Tolkien copyright infringement. … The successor in title to JRR Tolkien of copyright in the book, Tolkien Estate Limited, commenced a proceeding for copyright infringement against the respondent and then sought summary judgment.
Also question is, who says thou shall not pass?
How does Gandalf die?
As it turns out those wizards are pretty tough. The Balrog pulled him down off the Bridge of Khazad-dum in Moria into a vast, seemingly bottomless pit. They fell together, and the Balrog’s fire surrounded Gandalf, and he was burned.
In the middle of the first Lord of the Rings novel, The Fellowship of the Ring, shortly after his pronouncement on death to Frodo, Gandalf dies. … Gandalf’s death, of course, doesn’t last long. He returns in Tolkien’s second novel of the series, The Two Towers, in an even more powerful form: Gandalf the White.
‘I am a servant of the Secret Fire, wielder of the flame of Anor. You cannot pass. The dark fire will not avail you, flame of Udûn.
On June 23, French General Robert Nivelle exhorted his men to hold: vous ne les laisserrez pas passer (you shall not let them pass). The shortened adopted French battle cry then and forever after the 1916 battle was on ne passe pas or ils ne passeront pas (they shall not pass).
On ne passe pas, translated as they shall not pass became the battle cry of the French at Verdun.
Its origin has been traced to the works of Persian Sufi poets, such as Rumi, Sanai and Attar of Nishapur. Attar records the fable of a powerful king who asks assembled wise men to create a ring that will make him happy when he is sad.
Nothing that is meant for you will pass you by as long as you are putting yourself out there and actively seeking opportunities. Read that quote.
Shall not means an obligation not to act is imposed. Sample 1.