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In Chapter 4 of 'The Hobbit' how does Gandalf save Bilbo and the dwarves?

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He is warned by Bilbo's shout and manages to avoid capture by the goblins. He follows the goblins and their captives through the mountain. He uses his magic to kill the great goblin and to douse the fire and lights. He then leads them away from the goblins and out of the mountain. Unfortunately, Bilbo is 'lost' in the process.

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