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These 20 Details from “Harry Potter” will make you exclaim, “How Could I Have Missed That?”

There are endless books about The Boy Who Lived. These books contain a lot of hidden things in them. An interesting fact is that, people who read and watch Harry Potter many times are able to find something new every time they re-watch the movies.

There are endless books about The Boy Who Lived. These books contain a lot of hidden things in them. An interesting fact is that, people who read and watch Harry Potter many times are able to find something new every time they re-watch the movies.

Today we Anomalous Club  brought you a collection of revelations from people who found and shared them with the world. These people have managed to notice the things that we simply missed. 

Many people might think that Aunt Petunia is cooking in this scene. However, she is actually dyeing Dudley’s old clothes grey for Harry’s uniform. It is only mentioned in the first book.

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone / Warner Bros.

In the third part of the movie, Hermione appeared in class out of nowhere. We can see her time turner around her neck which she hides in the next shot. 

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban / Warner Bros.

In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, the hug that Volemort gave to Draco was entirely improvised. The awkwardness of the actors clearly proves it. 

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II / Warner Bros.

The woman and baby in the painting in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban are actually the wife and daughter of director Alfonso Cuaron.

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban / Warner Bros.

In Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, Slughorn’s shoes are clearly visible when he disguises himself as an armchair.

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince / Warner Bros.

Nigel Anstey, grandfather of Tom Felton has an uncredited appearance as an unnamed Hogwarts professor in the first part

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince / Warner Bros.

In the final shot of the film, Harry’s scar is faded and barely visible. It refers to the last line of the novel series, “The scar had not pained Harry for 19 years. All was well.”

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince / Warner Bros.

Lord Voldemort asked for a hook to be added to Voldemort’s wand so that he could move more fluidly without wanting to fall from his hand. 

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix / Warner Bros.© BlackHeartedWarlock / Reddit

When Lock hart unleashed the pixies, Hermione immediately throws her books to the ground as she knows the pixies would rip anything in plain sight apart.

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets / Warner Bros.

Harry’s scar burns when Snape looks at him when actually it is Voldemort because Squirrel has his head turned. 

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone / Warner Bros.

Roles of some members in the in-universe band, Weird Sisters were played by the musicals of Pulp, Radiohead and All Seeing, etc.

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone / Warner Bros.

In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I Dobby dies by breaking the promise he made to Harry in the second movie to “never try to save his life again”

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone / Warner Bros.

Fred and George try to confuse their mom in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone / Warner Bros.

In the second movie, Nick greets Percy Weasley and Penelope Clearwater who are walking closely together.  In the book, Ginny reveals she’d discovered that these 2 have a romantic relationship. 

20 Details From “Harry Potter” That Made Us Exclaim, “How could it be that I might Have Missed That?”
© Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets / Warner Bros.

The end of the handle of Professor Slughorn’s wand is in the shape of the horns of a slug which corresponds to his name.

© Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince / Warner Bros.© Private-Gubsy / Reddit

In the first part of the franchise, the Dursleys and all their neighbours own the exact same make and model of car, in an effort to be as normal as possible.

© Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone / Warner Bros.

When everyone else  is submitting their names. We can see that Neville is already reading the book that he will use to help Harry with the second task, 

© Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone / Warner Bros.

The harp which was used to put Fluffy to sleep in the first movie can be seen next to the Vanishing Cabinet in the Room of Requirement when Harry and Ginny get rid of the Prince’s Potions book.

© Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone / Warner Bros.© Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince / Warner Bros.

In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 – The photo of the muggle family in the newspaper isn’t moving like the rest of the photos in that paper. It is because that photo was taken with a muggle camera. 

© Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I / Warner Bros.

Sign for The Leaky Cauldron is completely black but reveals itself when Harry Hagrid approaches. It is also when a wizard passes it (Keeping it secret from Muggles) 

© Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone / Warner Bros.

Have you ever managed to notice any of these after rewatching or re-reading each one?

Preview photo credit Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone / Warner Bros.

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