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|J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit CED|
Thorin opens the secret entrance to the Lonely Mountain. (Side 2, 17:17).
"Then Thorin stepped up and drew the key on its chain from round his neck. He put it to the hole. It fitted|
and it turned! Snap! The gleam went out, the sun sank, the moon was gone, and the evening sprang into the sky.
Now they all pushed together, and slowly a part of the rock-wall gave way. Long straight cracks appeared and
widened. A door five feet high and three broad was outlined, and slowly without a sound swung inwards. It seemed
as if darkness flowed out like a vapour from the hole in the mountain-side, and deep darkness in which nothing
could be seen lay before their eyes, a yawning mouth leading in and down."
- The Hobbit: On the Doorstep