Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

Trivia: The reason Crabbe was not in the Deathly Hallows part 1 or 2 was because he was arrested because of marijuana and drugs he had and grew in his home. So that other kid was replicated but you can tell the difference.

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Trivia: "Bridgerton" star Regé-Jean Page appears as an extra during Bill and Fleur's wedding. He is visible standing behind Hermione and Molly as the crowd is listening to Kingsley's message.

Continuity mistake: In the second to last shot, where Lord Voldemort is drawing the Elder Wand out of Dumbledore's hands, and then thrusts the wand into the air, Lord Voldemort's arm has hair on it. In the book, he is described as completely hairless, and in every other shot in every other movie, they have been careful to remain true to this.

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Question: Why is it necessary for Draco to confirm that the real Harry has been captured by the bounty hunters? Lucius and Bellatrix have each dealt with Harry before.

Answer: Lucius and Bellatrix were unable to confirm Harry's identity because Hermione had jinxed his face to disguise him just before the snatchers captured them. They are fairly certain it is Harry, but as Bellatrix says, if they summon Lord Voldemort, and they are wrong, he will kill them all. Of all the Death Eaters at Malfoy Hall, no one knows Harry better than Draco, having spent more time with him because they were schoolmates. Lucius and Bellatrix have to be absolutely sure that this is Harry Potter.

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