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one question about HP movies that kills me, can't find answer for a long time. in the movie half-blood prince, 21 minute, man stands at the wall in diagon alley. he says indistinctly smth like "You always was his favourite, he never liked my..." what did he say and who is that, smb knows?

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22 hours ago, Agafon said:

one question about HP movies that kills me, can't find answer for a long time. in the movie half-blood prince, 21 minute, man stands at the wall in diagon alley. he says indistinctly smth like "You always was his favourite, he never liked my..." what did he say and who is that, smb knows?

I’ll give this a watch later and have a check. Trying to think of the scene, but there are a few characters that were made for the film but got cut out and you only see glimpses of them.

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@Agafon

 

So I watched it, and I see a man in a red long coat talking to the wall. He just appears to be an extra and isn’t mentioned in the book. So I reckon they added him to scene with no significance. Tried to find the actor who played him but no such luck yet.

 

Sorry I couldn’t find a better answer!

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thank you anyway

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