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#7

Harry and Malfoy's first meeting is a little different in the movie than it is in the book. Where do they meet in the book?

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  • The Great Hall

  • Diagon Alley

  • The Hogwarts Express

  • The Ministry of Magic

  • King’s Cross Station

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#8

After Harry's name is chosen by the Goblet of Fire, someone asks him“calmly"(according to the books) if he put his name in the goblet. This character is far from calm in the movie. Who is it?

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    Dumbledore
    Igor Karkaroff
    Madame Maxime

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#9

Whose backstory and family history were cut from Half-Blood Prince for the movie?

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  • Rubeus Hagrid

  • Tom Riddle

  • Neville Longbottom

  • Sirius Black

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#10

In the movies, Hermione discovers the identity of Nicholas Flamel. Who makes the discovery, and how, in the books?

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  • Harry, on the back of a chocolate frog card.

  • Ron, through a story his mother told him as a child.

  • Neville, by overhearing during detention.

  • Fred and George, while setting up pranks.

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#11

While the movies are missing many scenes from the books, they do contain some unique content that isn't included in the books. In the final trial of the Triwizard Tournament, Harry faces one of these dangers only in the books, and one only in the movies. Which is which?

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  • The boggart was only in the book and the sphinx was only in the movie.

  • The moving hedges were only in the book, and the fog that flipped the world was only in the movie.

  • The blast-ended skrewts were only in the book, and the Imperius curse was only in the movie.

  • The sphinx only appeared in the book, and a spell that caused players to attack each other was only in the movie.

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#12

This unique event happens in the books but not in the movies. Which one?

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  • The End of Term Feast

  • Sir Nick’s Deathday Party

  • The Yule Ball

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