Gilderoy Lockhart: Hello! And who are you?
Ron: I'm Ron Weasley.
Lockhart: Really. And who-who am I?
Ron: Harry! Lockhart's memory charm backfired. He hasn't got a clue who he is!
Lockhart: This is an odd sort of place, isn't it. Do you live here?
Lockhart: Really-? [Ron hits him on the head with a rock.]
Hermione stops on the stairs, turns around to face Harry and Ron, on the steps below, then she says, "You hear this voice, a voice only you can hear," and there is a large portrait, with a name plaque underneath, on the wall to her right. In the next shot facing Hermione, the frame of the large portrait is completely different and more ornate. See more...
In Dumbledore's office at the end of the movie, the dialogue between Harry and Lucius Malfoy ("Let us hope that Mr. Potter will always be around to save the day"...) was improvised by Daniel Radcliffe and Jason Isaacs. See more...
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|Title||Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets|
|Original entry||When Harry is fighting the Basilisk on top of the skull in the Chamber of Secrets, you can see that there is a safety tip on the end of the sword.|