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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - More Than Two...?
After Harry gets the Marauder's Map from Fred and George he goes to Honeydukes then finds Ron and Hermione standing together by the Shrieking Shack. Then Drako, Crabe, and Goyle come and start making fun of them. Since nobody knew Harry was there (because he was under the invisibilty cloak) he went up to Drako and started messing with them. In one scene he is twirling one of them around while he is pushing another one of them over....you can't be spinning in circles AND pushing at the same time without more than two arms.
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Anonymous on 06-26-2004
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ryan writes:
Ok, just so everyone knows, "Drako" is actually spelled "Draco" and "Crabe" is spelled "Crabbe"
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Kim writes:
The one who fell, actually tripped over the person on the floor. He was not pushed.
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Shadow writes:
Just as kim said Draco actually tripped ober Crabbs feet when he stumbuled backwards. Duh WATCH THE MOVIE
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Shadow writes:
I agree with Kim Draco acctually falls over Crabbs feet. If you watch the movie you will clearly see that.
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Amanda writes:
Harry could have been spinning/pushing one of them using magic...they're allowed to use magic in Hogsmeade.
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cazza writes:
Weirdo, names are spelled the same in ANY country and the books quite clearly spell the names the way ryan says. No book will change character names from English to "American".
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Amber writes:
I just got done watching that part and while Harry was spinning Draco ran into him and fell over.
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ColdFire writes:
Crookshanks slipped under the invisibility cloak and ate scabbers, then Hedwig stole pigwidgeon's beak.
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weirdo writes:
ryan, just so you know...draco and crabbe might be spelled differently in the uk. i donno cuz im an american but just don't jump to conclusions...they could be perfectly right in their foreign land of words spelled differently.
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