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Harry Goatleaf was the gatekeeper of Bree's western gate during the time of the War of the Ring.

History Edit

Harry Goatleaf encountered Frodo, Merry, Pippin and Sam when they entered Bree in the year TA 3018. The gate which he guarded was located within a great hedge surrounding the township of Bree.

Harry was in the Common Room of the Prancing Pony and witnessed Frodo's disappearance when the Ring slipped onto his finger after his performance of a folk song. Harry left the inn following the departure of Bill Ferny and a Squint-eyed Southerner. Aragorn later told Frodo that he suspected that the Black Riders might use Bill Ferny and Harry Goatleaf as well as others for evil work. Later that night the inn was attacked and the Hobbits' empty room was ransacked.

Early in the New Year of TA 3019, fighting broke out between the Southerners and the Bree-folk. Harry Goatleaf and Bill Ferny sided with a group of brigands from the south, and participated in trouble that caused the death of five Men of Bree. He left Bree with the group, presumably to join Sharkey's Men in the Shire.

Behind the Scenes Edit

In the novel Harry's fate is not elaborated upon, however in Peter Jackson's Film Trilogy he is ridden down by the Ringwraiths and killed, at Bree's entrance.

Appearances Edit

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Portrayal in Adaptations Edit

Voice Dubbing actors Edit

Foreign Language Voice dubbing artist
Portuguese (Brazil) (Television/DVD) Sidney Lilla
Spanish (Latin America) Gonzalo Curiel
Spanish (Spain) Javier Amilibia
German Fred Maire

Translations around the worldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Armenian Հարրի Այծի տերեւ
Belarusian Cyrillic Гары Казінае ліст
Bulgarian Cyrillic Хари Коза листо
Chinese (Hong Kong) 哈利·羊啼甲
Czech Jindra Kozílist
Finnish Harri Selja
French Harry Chèvrefeuille
Georgian ჰარი თხა ფოთოლი
German Heinrich Geißblatt
Greek Χάρι Φύλλα φύλλο
Italian Harry Caprifoglio
Latvian Harijs Kaza lapa
Lithuanian Haris Ožka lapų
Macedonian Cyrillic Хари Коза лист
Marathi हॅरी शेळी पान
Portuguese (Brazil) Harry Barba-de-Bode
Slovak Harry Kozinec
Spanish (Spain and Latin America) Herri Madreselva
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