|Fate||Leaves out of a pub looking drunk and eats a carrot|
BiographyEditIn TA 2940, when Thórin Oakenshield came to Bree to have a visit at the inn of the Prancing Pony after failing to find his father Thráin IN Dunland, Pete went out of a pub looking drunk, and ate the tip of a carrot before he departed.
Behind the scenesEdit
- Pete Dreary was portrayed by Peter Jackson in a cameo in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, who was the director, writer, and producer of the film trilogy and also cameoed in An Unexpected Journey as a Dwarf and Basket Man in a deleted scene of the second film, but all three roles were uncredited.
- Peter had repeated his role as Albert from The Fellowship of the Ring, when Frodo Baggins and his friends headed for the Prancing Pony in Bree, Albert appeared eating a carrot and belched after them and said that his character in the second film was the great-grandfather of that character in Fellowship. Although Peter called him "Carrot Man", Albert's name was identified in a Decipher Card of The Lord of the Rings trading card game and in Internet Movie Database (IMDB).
- In LEGO The Hobbit: The Video Game, Pete appeared as a playable character called as "Bree Peasant". In the cutscenes he appeared to be chomping on a carrot in the Prancing Pony and stared suspiciously on Thórin.