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#6 - anon
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(08/19/2013) [-]
If I recall corectly it's Prisoner of Azkaban part... And there was dudleys aunt there, which didn't know nothing about Harry and him being magician. Harry inflated that aunt, and that is how he used magic in front of muggle. GET YO FACTS RIGHT PPL.
#13 to #6 - nightlove
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(08/19/2013) [-]
They all knew about Harry being a wizard from the begining... Petunia is Lilly's sister and she mentions in the first book/movie about how much she hated her sister for being a witch and not herself
#8 to #6 - taurusguy
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(08/19/2013) [-]
I forgot which movie it was, but it happened when the dementor attacked them and he saved them both, i think it was Order of the Phoenix like shtickman said.
#19 to #8 - drshkidz
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(08/19/2013) [-]
I forgot which movie it was, but it happened when the dementor attacked them and he saved them both
I forgot which movie it was
movie it was
movie
#20 to #19 - drshkidz
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(08/19/2013) [-]
inb4 "hurr it was a movie too"
******* heathens
#21 to #20 - taurusguy
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(08/19/2013) [-]
What do you call it then? An episode?
#22 to #21 - drshkidz
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(08/19/2013) [-]
I'm not sure.
"Which one" would work.
"Which title" possibly, though a tad outmoded.
"Which story" but that sounds sort of off, though it is a story in a series.
Which one" seems solid
Sidenote: It is stylistically acceptable to refer to a work by it's original medium when referencing it generally, but less so as an adaptation. (ie, the difference between act 3 of Much Ado About Nothing and your middle school's adaptation's third act) Thusly, "which book" barring a generalization intended to obscure the medium, would be the most conventionally accurate format.
#12 to #8 - patronanvers
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(08/19/2013) [-]
Order of the Phoenix it is ! Just saw it like 1 hour ago
#7 to #6 - Shtickman
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(08/19/2013) [-]
That's not correct at all... It happened in Order of the Pheonix and it WAS in front of Dudley.

"GET YO FACTS RIGHT PPL."

- Anon