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17th May '17 7:46:05 PM nombretomado
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* This is the first obvious sign that something's gone weird with the world in the ''UruseiYatsura'' NonSerialMovie: Onsen Mark's house is absolutely covered from floor to ceiling, wall to wall with a layer of dust and mold.

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* This is the first obvious sign that something's gone weird with the world in the ''UruseiYatsura'' ''Anime/UruseiYatsura'' NonSerialMovie: Onsen Mark's house is absolutely covered from floor to ceiling, wall to wall with a layer of dust and mold.
25th Mar '17 8:38:31 AM erforce
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* This trope shows up a lot in the Creator/RogerCorman Poe pictures; in the comedy adaptation of ''Film/{{The Raven|1963}}'' PeterLorre improvised the quip "Tough place to keep clean, huh?" as he and VincentPrice walk through an extensive and overly-cobwebbed room.
* Not Creator/RogerCorman, but VincentPrice: ''Film/HouseOnHauntedHill1959''.

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* This trope shows up a lot in the Creator/RogerCorman Poe pictures; in the comedy adaptation of ''Film/{{The Raven|1963}}'' PeterLorre improvised the quip "Tough place to keep clean, huh?" as he and VincentPrice Creator/VincentPrice walk through an extensive and overly-cobwebbed room.
* Not Creator/RogerCorman, but VincentPrice: Creator/VincentPrice: ''Film/HouseOnHauntedHill1959''.
28th Dec '16 9:27:46 PM JackG
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* ''The Dark Crusader'' by Alistair Maclean starts thus: ''A small dusty man in a small dusty room. That's how I always thought of him, just a small dusty man in a small dusty room.'' The 'dusty man' is the protagonist's [[TheSpymaster boss in British Intelligence]].
17th Oct '16 11:27:39 AM Outis
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*In ''Podcast/TheMagnusArchives'' episode "Vampire Killer" the eponymous Trever Herbert describes the house of Sylvia [=McDonald=], the first vampire he killed (or so he says), as covered in dust and mould except for a narrow strip along the floor where she walks, as if she has lived there for years but done absolutely nothing except walk through the place.
1st Aug '16 2:52:23 PM Morgenthaler
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* TheMunsters' house. "Dusting" actually means spreading ''more'' dust around.

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* TheMunsters' Series/TheMunsters' house. "Dusting" actually means spreading ''more'' dust around.
16th Feb '16 5:19:33 PM Kartoonkid95
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* The Dwarfs' home in Disney's ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', and all takeoffs from it.

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* The Dwarfs' home in Disney's ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', so much that the dwarfs are shocked when they come home and all takeoffs from it.find everything clean.
11th Nov '15 2:36:11 AM GravityBone
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* Podcast/DiceFunk: Stoneroot is this trope scaled up to an entire city. Anne covers herself in dust just to fit in.
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25th Oct '15 5:03:12 PM thatother1dude
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* Pipit's house in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'' is so dusty that Pipit's mother actually pays Link to clean it with his Gust Bellows, a futuristic device resembling a leaf-blower. [[HarsherInHindsight And then you learn where Pipit's patrol money winds up...]]

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* Pipit's house in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'' is so dusty that Pipit's mother actually pays Link to clean it with his Gust Bellows, a futuristic device resembling a leaf-blower. [[HarsherInHindsight [[YouBastard And then you learn where Pipit's patrol money winds up...]]
13th Jun '15 6:54:35 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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* A variation in ''KikisDeliveryService'' is when Kiki rents an apartment from a baker. She finds the entire apartment extremely dusty, however, after further inspection, the apartment is caked (no pun intended) in ''flour'' rather than dust.

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* A variation in ''KikisDeliveryService'' ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService'' is when Kiki rents an apartment from a baker. She finds the entire apartment extremely dusty, however, after further inspection, the apartment is caked (no pun intended) in ''flour'' rather than dust.
30th Apr '15 12:49:08 PM PrimeEvil
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* In ''Amelia Bedelia'', the titular [[TheDitz maid]] added dust to a living room. Her rationale: To ''remove'' dust is to "un-dust;" therefore, to "dust" is to ''add'' dust. Her main character flaw was that she was LiteralMinded, and didn't quite understand figures of speech.
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