this Harry Potter The film only introduces two elves during the run. Dobby first appeared in secret roomtrying to stop Harry from returning to Hogwarts, with Kreacher playing a cameo Order of Phoenix. Both characters are important in their own right, helping the Chosen One to destroy the Dark Lord. However, due to the sheer amount of detail in the original document, not everything can be brought to the big screen.
There is no mention of SPEW, which stands for Society for the Advancement of Elf Welfare, and many other moments in the book do not appear. In fact, there are many missed house-elf moments that only fans of the novels, not the blockbusters, will know.
Consequences of the Dobby trick
In the second film, Harry meets Dobby at number 4, Privet Drive. The cute but somewhat irritable little creature then reveals that it came to prevent the Boy Who Lived from returning to Hogwarts after it learned of a malicious plan involving its master, Lucius Malfoy and Voldemort. He got our hero in trouble in his house, the Dursleys put bars on his windows and decided to lock him up.
secret room However, all the real consequences are missed. Harry received a letter from the Ministry of Magic warning him not to use magic, mistakenly believing he used the Flying Charm in front of Vernon, Petunia, and Dudley. Petunia ended up having to comfort Mrs. Mason, who had a cake thrown in the head, and it turned out to be a night of terror for everyone involved.
Winky at the Quidditch World Cup
fire Cup Introducing a pixie named Winky who disappeared in the movie of the same name. She works for Ministry of Magic staff Barty Crouch Sr. – but was fired after she was accused of using Harry’s wand to create the Dark Mark at the Quidditch World Championships. This was actually done by Barty Crouch Jr., and the villain’s father knows it, but Winky’s employer doesn’t care, and she doesn’t stop dismissing her.
The owner’s decision made Winky heartbroken and cried bitterly. She ends up getting a job at Hogwarts with the help of Dobby and Albus Dumbledore, but instead of being satisfied with it, she’s not quite the right fit…
Winky was able to get a job in the kitchen of Hogwarts, and Dobby – a nice guy – had good things to say. However, when Harry, Ron, and Hermione visit in her fourth year, they find her binge drinking butterbeer. Mr. Crouch’s actions broke her poor heart, and the main trio did their best to cheer her up.
Harry and Ron enjoyed their time in the kitchen, with the goblins throwing food at them. However, Hermione and the brightest students at Hogwarts are stunned by their happiness despite having to do nothing.
SPEW is not an isolated incident fire Cup Books, but more of an ongoing theme. When Hermione learned that house elves existed in the wizarding world, she was horrified, thinking they must be suffering and needed her to appear to save them. She’s trying to free as many people as possible by disguising herself around Gryffindor Tower, knowing they’ll clear the grounds at night. She also makes badges for Harry and Ron to wear reluctantly, while also fighting for better treatment.
She meant well, but the elves were offended by her gesture. They don’t want to give Harry and Ron any more food, and the Boy Who Lived eventually discovers that all the clothes she’s sewn have been taken by Dobby, the only one willing to clean the Tower. Gryffindor. The scene where he’s wearing lots of hats, scarves, and other paraphernalia is fun to read in the book — and it’s also fun to watch on the big screen.
Grass is stealing
In the fourth film, as the second mission of the Triwizard Tournament approaches, Harry is in trouble. Although Cedric Diggory helped him get an overview of his mission, he couldn’t figure out how to breathe underwater for an hour. Luckily for him, Neville Longbottom was nearby, and he ended up stealing some seaweed to use in Survivor Boy – although, as you might guess, he’s not entirely convinced. Your plan will succeed.
However, things are different in the book. Dobby actually did it, stealing the tree from Severus Snape. Warner Bros. seems to be choosing to change things up, as using Dobby can be expensive, especially if it’s only for a few seconds.
Of all the places in Hogwarts, the Room of Claims is arguably the most magical. It will do whatever you want and is used by Dumbledore’s Army Order of Phoenix And Deathly Hallows: Part 2 film, also appeared in Half-Blood Prince When Harry nearly kills Draco Malfoy, he is forced to hide his book of illegal potions.
Again, that’s what Neville discovers in the film. However, in the book, it was Dobby who tipped Harry off. He then adorns his face with Christmas baubles and is the first to warn them when obnoxious Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher Dolores Umbridge discovers their secret lesson. .
inside Order of Phoenix In the book, Harry uses Umbridge’s office to contact Sirius Black at 12 Grimmauld Square after seeing images of his godfather being tortured by Voldemort in the Department of Mysteries. When Kreacher told him of Sirius’s absence, the Boy’s worst fears were confirmed, and Harry then used that as a clue to run to his godfather’s rescue. .
Unfortunately for Harry, this is a lie. Kreacher is loyal to anyone who shows the slightest love and affection for him, and he actually hurts Buckbeak to make sure Sirius doesn’t show up when Harry visits. The tragic thing about the whole thing is that after saving Harry from Voldemort, Sirius was brutally murdered by Bellatrix Lestrange.
Kreacher at Privet Drive
Petunia Dursley is a meticulous person. She loves the spotless and sparkling #4 Privet Drive, and often tries to make it the best property on the street. However, in Half-Blood Princewhen Albus Dumbledore summoned Kreacher to the facility after the headmaster of Hogwarts decided to take Harry away from the school for the rest of the holiday, she was repulsed.
Dumbledore did this because the elf needed to know if Harry was the owner of 12 Grimmauld Squares. The chosen one told Kreacher to “shut up”, which he did immediately. Then Dumbledore begins to lament the way the Dursleys have treated Harry over the years – another scene that could have been a lot of fun.
During Harry’s sixth year at Hogwarts, he spent a considerable amount of the school year reminiscing about Dumbledore. Together, the two delve into Voldemort’s past to better understand how to defeat the Dark Lord. Not all of these flashbacks are in Half-Blood Prince However, that means fans won’t get to see House-elf Hookie again.
Hokey worked for a woman named Hepzibah Smith, who was beaten and murdered by Tom Riddle while he was the owner of Borgin and Burkes. The schoolgirl who grew up to be Voldemort blamed her servant for a terrible crime. Hawkey recounted the story to an elderly Dumbledore, not knowing what had happened after she was accused of manslaughter. Her information was crucial and helped pave the way for Voldemort’s ultimate destruction.
kreacher reappears in Deathly Hallows: Part 1 Movie. However, he is supposed to make a brief appearance in the second season.
House-elves appear during the Battle of Hogwarts, leading their creatures against Voldemort and his fearsome Death Eaters. In addition, he wears the fake locket given to Harry in sixth grade when he went to war. It was a moment of redemption for Kreacher, who eventually survived the battle and spent the rest of his life serving the Boy Who Lived.