People who spoil Deathly Hallows should be:
|Handed over to Filch||
|Handed over to Umbridge||
|Handed over to Fluffy||
|Handed over to Snape||
|Handed over to Griphook||
|Handed over to the Aurors||
|Handed over to Voldemort||
|Just handed over.||
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I think Bewitched was also based on this. There is a connection between them all.
And our dear Hermione is also a namesake of Hermione Gingold.
James Stewart’s final appearance as a romantic lead. This was because many of the leading ladies that were playing his romantic interest were becoming younger and a few were half his age. The critics in 1958 felt that Stewart was miscast, and he apparently agreed. After this film he would concentrate more on roles that portrayed him as an everyman or as a father figure.
See, they are trying to control Aunt Queenie’s out of control magic. Aunt Clara reference, but not as kind.
named Gillian’s cat is named Pyewacket. This name has become a popular one for cats because of this movie, but few know its origin: Pyewacket was one of the familiar spirits of a witch detected by the “witchfinder general” Matthew Hopkins in March 1644 in the town of Maningtree, Essex, UK. He claimed he spied on the witches as they held their meeting close by his house, and heard them mention the name of a local woman. She was arrested and deprived of sleep for four nights, at the end of which she confessed and named her familiars, describing their forms. They were: – Holt – Jarmara – Vinegar Tom – Sacke and Sugar – Newes – Ilemauzer – Pyewacket – Pecke in the Crowne – Griezzel Greedigutt – Hopkins says he and nine other witnesses saw the first five of these, which appeared in the forms described by the witch. Only the first of these was a cat; the next two were dogs, and the others were a black rabbit and a polecat. So it’s not clear whether Pyewacket was a cat’s name or not. As for the meanings, Hopkins says only that they were such that “no mortall could invent.” The incident is described in Hopkins’s pamphlet “The Discovery of Witches” (1647).
My DS did not know how prevalent the stalking of men was until he heard my stories. He was horrified.
There is Hermione. I think she is shades of Endora.
Jack Lemmon, Gilliand’s brother, always reminded me of Uncle Arthur, a practical joker who uses magic for his amusement and personal gain.
Queenie: I sit in the subway sometimes, on buses, or the movies, and I look at the people next to me and I think…“What would you say if I told you I was a witch?”