Since the beginning of time (and by time, I mean “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”), I’ve always thought of Dumbledore as not only wise beyond his many, many… many… years, but as someone who was in a sense “ethically and morally superior”. He was the Wizard who could do no wrong; he was a role model, in particular to Harry, and as Headmaster of Hogwarts I had assumed a certain level of credibility attached to his name, at least to some degree. But as we continued to read on through the books and as the final pieces of the story fell into their rightful place, I found myself feeling a bit unsure of exactly where Dumbledore stood in my lineup of favorites. I mean, who was Dumbledore, really?
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- Jeff Rawle's birthday
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- Jamie Waylett's birthday
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- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows book
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- Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two: The OfficialPlayscript of the Original West End Production
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- “She tasted disgusting, worse than Gurdyroots!”
- August 8, 2005 – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire film receives a PG-13 rating, surprising fans and intriguing regular movie-goers across the United States.
Did You Know
- The Sorting Hat took 5 and a half minutes to figure out whether to put Minerva McGonagall in Gryffindor or Ravenclaw.