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Snow White and the Seven Dwarves - I Didn't Know There Were Fire-Proof Houses in the Middle Ages!
In the scene where Snow White walks into the dwarves' room, she's carrying a candle. I forget why, but she drops the candle and runs out the room. ...wouldn't the house burn down? Anyway, the next time there is a scene in the dwarves' room, the candle is gone.
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dubylyu writes:
If you drop a small candle, match, or even a burning log onto the floor, chances are the house will not burn down. Chances are the fire will smolder out on its own, especially with such a small fire.
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maryofmagdala writes:
Yeah, someone has been watching too many movies. Don't you know they pour gasoline (or something) on those thatched-roof villages to make them burn faster? Fires that you see consume a place in 60 seconds would actually take all night without help. I grew up in the Rockies and starting a fire even when you want to isn't all that have to have small tinder and kindling to get even logs to ignite, and a wood floor is a lot bigger and smoother than logs. Unless she dropped the candle into a haystack or sewing basket, it's gonna go out.
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KittyKat20 writes:
Snow White didn't drop a candle. Dopey did when he saw her sleeping in the bed and he thought that she was a monster.
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