John Rhys-Davies on Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones and living in the Isle of Man | ITV News

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Hollywood actor John Rhys-Davies sits down to talk about the legacy of Lord of the Rings, the upcoming Indiana Jones film and living on the Isle of Man.

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