What does Eowyn Theoden call in LOTR

Théoden's Liberation

Gandalf and the three hunters are in Edoras

Gandalf:
Edoras, and the golden hall of Meduseld. There lives Théoden, King of Rohan, whose spirit is broken. Saruman's influence on King Théoden is now very strong.
Éowyn:
(kneels before the king) Sir, your son ... he's dead. Sir, uncle! Don't you want to see him? Don't you want to do anything?
Gandalf:
Be careful what you say. Don't expect you to be welcome here.
Éowyn:
is with Théodred and weeps
Gríma:
He ... he must have changed over the course of the night. How tragic for the king to lose his only son and heir. I know such farewells are not easy to accept, especially now that your brother has abandoned you.
Éowyn:
Leave me alone, snake !!
Gríma:
But you are alone! Who knows what you entrust to the darkness. In the bitter hours of the night when your whole existence seems to be shrinking, the walls of your room crowd you closer, locked in a cage like wild animals.
So beautiful, so cool (puts a hand on Éowyn's cheek) like a pale morning in spring still breathed in by the winter cold.
Éowyn:
Your words are like poison! (runs outside and sees the riders coming)
Banner:
rips off the mast and lands in front of Aragorn as he rides into town
Gimli:
The mood is happier in every cemetery.
In front of the palace:
Hama:
So armed I must not admit you to King Th oden, Gandalf Graurock. At the behest of Gríma Wormtongue.
Gandalf:
nods to the others
The others:
surrender their weapons
Hama:
Your staff!
Gandalf:
Hm? Oh .. you don't want to take an old man's support, do you?
You enter the hall
Gríma:
My lord, Gandalf the Gray has arrived. It is a harbinger of suffering.
Gandalf:
The courtesy in your hall has lately decreased somewhat, Théoden, King!
Gríma:
He is not welcome.
Théoden:
Why should I welcome you, Gandalf Stormcrow?
Gríma:
That is a very valid question, sir!
The hour is late when this magician appears. He should be called Lathspell. Bad news is a bad guest.
Gandalf:
Be silent! Keep your forked tongue behind your teeth. I have not gone through fire and death and now exchange false words with a simple-minded worm!
Gríma:
His staff! I have ordered you to take off the wizard's staff!
Legolas, Gimli and Aragorn:
fend off the guards
Gandalf:
Théoden, son of Thengel! You sat in the shade too long.
Gimli:
(stands on Gríma) If I were you, I wouldn't move now.
Gandalf:
Listen to me I will free you from the spell!
Théoden:
(laughs) You have no power here, Gandalf the Gray !!
Gandalf:
(throws away his cloak) I will suck Saruman out of you like poison from a wound.
Éowyn:
want to go to the king
Aragorn:
(holds her back) Wait
Théoden:
If I go, he'll die with me.
Gandalf:
You didn't kill me You won't kill him either.
Théoden / Saruman:
Rohan is mine!
Gandalf:
Soft!
Saruman:
is flung from the palantir
Éowyn:
runs to Théoden
Théoden:
(getting young again) I know your face! Éowyn, Éowyn! Gandalf?
Gandalf:
Now breathe the fresh air again, my friend.
Théoden:
My dreams have been dark lately.
Gandalf:
Your fingers would remember their old strength better when they grabbed your sword.
Hama
bring the sword
Théoden:
pulls it out of its sheath, his gaze falls on Gríma.
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