Professor McGonagall: We never use Transfiguration on a student as punishment! Didn't Dumbledore tell you?
Professor 'Mad-Eye' Moody: He might've mentioned it.
Dumbledore wears a thin silver strand, with dangling silver balls, tied round his beard throughout the film, and the position of this strand differs in consecutive shots, depending on the camera angle. For example, when Dumbledore stands beside the pensieve, whilst speaking with Snape, McGonagall and Moody. See more...
During the Yule Ball scene, the "Wyrd Sisters" are playing; they are portrayed by singer Jarvis Cocker (of Pulp) and John Greenwood (of Radiohead), on guitar. While not related, Cocker is a family friend of English singer Joe Cocker. See more...
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|Title||Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire|
|Original entry||On the Hogwarts Express, when Harry writes "Sirius Black" on the envelope it is written in thick black ink. However, in the next shot when the envelope is in Hedwig's beak, the name is written in thin ink, and the writing differs.|