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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) Movie



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Overview

Language
English

Country
(Hollywood) USA

Ratings / Votes
7.3/ 10 (256014 Votes)

MPAA Ratings
Rated PG for some scary moments and mild language (2009 extended version) Rated PG for some scary moments and mild language

Production Company
1492 Pictures [us]
Heyday Films [gb]
Warner Bros. Pictures [us] - (presents)

Production Designer

All Producers

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Writers

Release Date
(UK) - 4 November 2001
(USA) - 14 November 2001
(Canada) - 16 November 2001
(Ireland) - 16 November 2001
(Malta) - 16 November 2001

Running Time
159 (extended version)

Tagline
Let The Magic Begin. Journey beyond your imagination The Magic Begins November 16th. Hidden deep within in the school lies an object that can make you immortal,that can make you powerful,that can make you deadly!

Keywords
11th-birthday, 1990s, animated-chess, attempted-child-strangulation, bank, based-on-novel, best-friend, birthday, blockbuster, boarding-school, boy, boy-with-glasses, bravery, breakfast, brick-wall, broom, bully, celebrity, centaur, character-name-in-title, chess, child-abuse, child-hero, child-in-peril, christmas,

Technical Support
CAM:Panavision Cameras and Lenses
LAB:Technicolor, London, UK
MET:4248 m - (Spain)
OFM:35 mm - (Kodak Vision 500T 5279)
PCS:Super 35
PFM:35 mm - (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision 2383)
RAT:2.35 : 1



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Full Cast

  1. Bayler, Terence as [The Bloody Baron] <35>
  2. Biggerstaff, Sean as [Oliver Wood] <42>
  3. Borowiecki, Ben as [Diagon Alley Boy] <11>
  4. Bradley, David (IV) as [Argus Filch] <38>
  5. Bremmer, Richard as [He Who Must Not Be Named] <15>
  6. Brett, David as (uncredited) [Dedalus Diggle]
  7. Cleese, John as [Nearly Headless Nick] <34>
  8. Coltrane, Robbie as [Rubeus Hagrid] <3>
  9. Davis, Paul Marc as (uncredited) [Ghost of the Cavalier]
  10. Davis, Warwick (I) as [Goblin Bank Teller/Professor Flitwick] <12>
  11. Deadman, Derek as [Tom - Bartender in Leaky Cauldron] <9>
  12. Elliott, David William James as (uncredited) [Griffindor Senior]
  13. Enoch, Alfie as (as Alfred Enoch) [Dean Thomas] <31>
  14. Fearn, Scot as (as Scott Fern) [Terrence Higgs] <49>
  15. Fearon, Ray as (voice) [Firenze] <51>
  16. Felton, Tom as [Draco Malfoy] <27>
  17. Fisher-Becker, Simon as (as Simon Fisher Becker) [Fat Friar] <36>
  18. Griffiths, Richard (I) as [Uncle Vernon Dursley] <8>
  19. Grint, Rupert as [Ron Weasley] <23>
  20. Harris, Richard (I) as [Professor Albus Dumbledore] <1>
  21. Hart, Ian (I) as [Professor Quirinus Quirrell] <10>
  22. Herdman, Josh as [Gregory Goyle] <29>
  23. Holmes, David (VII) as [Adrian Pucey] <47>
  24. Hough, Derek as (uncredited) [Hogwarts Schoolboy]
  25. Howes, Will as (uncredited) [Hogwarts Student]
  26. Hurt, John as [Mr. Ollivander] <14>
  27. Lavery-Farag, Oliver as (uncredited) [Hogwarts' Student]
  28. Lewis, Matthew (III) as [Neville Longbottom] <26>
  29. Melling, Harry as [Dudley Dursley] <7>
  30. Murray, Devon as [Seamus Finnigan] <30>
  31. Pejic, Stefan as (uncredited) [Student]
  32. Phelps, James (I) as [Fred Weasley] <21>
  33. Phelps, Oliver as [George Weasley] <22>
  34. Phillips, Leslie (I) as (voice) [The Sorting Hat] <32>
  35. Radcliffe, Daniel as [Harry Potter] <5>
  36. Rankin, Chris (I) as [Percy Weasley] <20>
  37. Rawlins, Adrian as [James Potter] <50>
  38. Read, Nicholas (I) as (uncredited) [Goblin]
  39. Reid, Richard (IV) as (uncredited) [Gryffindor Prefect]
  40. Richardson, Miles as (uncredited) [Man in Armour Portrait]
  41. Rickman, Alan as [Severus Snape] <39>
  42. Taylor, Harry (I) as [Station Guard] <17>
  43. Theakston, Will as [Marcus Flint] <48>
  44. Tough, Darren as (uncredited) [Hogwarts Schoolboy]
  45. Triplets, Saunders as [Baby Harry Potter] <4>
  46. Troyer, Verne as (as Vern Troyer) [Griphook the Goblin] <13>
  47. Waylett, Jamie as [Vincent Crabbe] <28>
  48. Youngblood, Luke as [Lee Jordan] <41>
  49. Columbus, Eleanor as [Susan Bones] <33>
  50. Dale, Emily (I) as [Katie Bell] <46>
  51. Filtness, Holly-Ann as (uncredited) [Schoolgirl]
  52. Hough, Julianne as (uncredited) [Hogwarts Schoolgirl]
  53. Kennedy, Kieri as (uncredited) [Child at Zoo]
  54. Osmond, Lisa as (uncredited) [Gringotts Goblin]
  55. Peakin, Cath as (uncredited) [Hogwarts Student]
  56. Puglia, Amy as (uncredited) [Quidditch Player]
  57. Shaw, Fiona as [Aunt Petunia Dursley] <6>
  58. Smith, Maggie (I) as [Professor Minerva McGonagall] <2>
  59. Somerville, Geraldine as [Lily Potter] <16>
  60. Southern, Jean (I) as [Dimpled Woman on Train] <24>
  61. Sowerby, Bianca as (uncredited) [Hogwarts' Student]
  62. Spriggs, Elizabeth as [Fat Lady] <43>
  63. Sutherland, Leilah as [Alicia Spinnet] <45>
  64. Tabor, Danielle as (as Danielle Taylor) [Angelina Johnson] <44>
  65. Vanderkar, Bernadette Jane as (uncredited) [Hogwarts Student]
  66. Walters, Julie (I) as [Molly Weasley] <18>
  67. Wanamaker, Zoë as [Madame Hooch] <40>
  68. Watson, Emma (II) as [Hermione Granger] <25>
  69. Wright, Bonnie as [Ginny Weasley] <19>
  70. Young, Nina as [The Grey Lady] <37>

Genres

  1. Adventure
  2. Family
  3. Fantasy

Full Plot

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is the first film in the Harry Potter series based on the novels by J.K. Rowling. It is the tale of Harry Potter, an ordinary 11-year-old boy serving as a sort of slave for his aunt and uncle who learns that he is actually a wizard and has been invited to attend the Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry. Harry is snatched away from his mundane existence by Hagrid, the grounds keeper for Hogwarts, and quickly thrown into a world completely foreign to both him and the viewer. Famous for an incident that happened at his birth, Harry makes friends easily at his new school. He soon finds, however, that the wizarding world is far more dangerous for him than he would have imagined, and he quickly learns that not all wizards are ones to be trusted. Carly Harry Potter is an average bespectacled 11 year old boy who has lived with the Dursley family ever since his parents died in a car crash. For some reason the family has always mistreated him. On his 11th birthday a giant man named Rubeus Hagrid hands him a letter telling him that he has been accepted as a student at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Harry learns that his parents were wizards and were killed by an evil wizard Voldemort, a truth that was hidden from him all these years. He embarks for his new life as a student, gathering two good friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger along the way. They soon learn that something very valuable is hidden somewhere inside the school and Voldemort is very anxious to lay his hands on it. Soumitra Harry Potter thinks he is an ordinary boy celebrating his 11th birthday, but he is far from wrong. A giant named Hagrid appears, and gives Harry the all important news. He is a wizard. Now his journey in life gets more intense as he travels to Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry to learn the trade of being a wizard. Here, he meets his friends who would be by his side for many years to come. Ron Weasley is not very brave friend and Hermione is the smart friend. But not everything is quiet at Hogwarts as Harry suspects someone is planning to steal the philosopher's stone. simon Young Harry Potter has to lead a hard life: His parents have died in a car crash when he was still a baby, and he is being brought up by his Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia. For some reason unbeknownst to the bespectacled ten-year-old, the Dursleys let him live in the small chamber under the stairs, and treat him more like vermin than like a family member. His fat cousin Dudley, the Dursley's real son, keeps bothering Harry all the time. On his eleventh birthday, Harry Potter finally receives a mysterious letter from a certain Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, telling him that he is chosen as one of the future students of that supposedly renowned school. Hagrid, the gigantic man who brought the letter, finally introduces Harry into the real circumstances of his life: His parents were a wizard and a witch, they were killed by the evil wizard Voldemort protecting him. Harry still has a lightning-shaped scar on his forehead from that event. Since he survived the attack as a baby, and also somehow deprived Voldemort from his powers, he has been famous in the wizarding world ever since. The Dursleys, strong disbelievers in that magical crap, never told Harry anything about his true self. So, Harry is strongly surprised, yet absolutely happy to start his training. At Hogwarts, Harry meets his teachers, and becomes friends with Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger. The three of them accidentally find out that the potions master, Severus Snape, seems to plot on stealing something that is guarded by a three-headed dog. Since nobody would believe some first years to have found out such important things that even would incriminate a Hogwarts teacher, they take it on themselves to find out what Snape is up to. Their quest for the truth leads across many obstacles, from keeping up the everyday school life, a bewitched Quidditch match (Quidditch is a popular wizard sport), Fluffy, the three-headed monster dog and quite some tasks one has to overcome to get to the guarded object. Julian Reischl On his 11th birthday, young Harry Potter discovers the life he never knew he had, the life of a wizard. In his first year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, he meets his two best friends Ron Weasley, an expert at Wizard Chess, and Hermione Granger, a girl with non-magic parents. Harry learns the game of Quiditch and Wizard Chess on his way to facing a Dark Arts teacher who is bent on destroying him. Shaun Ouimette Plot not found

Total Business

AD: 4,430,000 (Brazil) (20 January 2002) AD: 4,283,093 (Brazil) (13 January 2002) AD: 4,087,849 (Brazil) (6 January 2002) AD: 3,505,902 (Brazil) (23 December 2001) AD: 3,088,545 (Brazil) (16 December 2001) AD: 2,533,783 (Brazil) (9 December 2001) AD: 1,816,223 (Brazil) (2 December 2001) AD: 796,587 (Brazil) (25 November 2001) (opening weekend) AD: 218,000+629,419 (Denmark) AD: 9,290,787 (France) (16 April 2002) AD: 8,932,820 (France) (5 February 2002) AD: 8,008,030 (France) (8 January 2002) AD: 6,977,720 (France) (1 January 2002) AD: 5,216,268 (France) (25 December 2001) AD: 3,914,692 (France) (18 December 2001) AD: 2,316,734 (France) (11 December 2001) AD: 12,071,303 (Germany) (10 February 2002) AD: 11,994,711 (Germany) (3 February 2002) AD: 11,900,932 (Germany) (27 January 2002) AD: 11,460,685 (Germany) (13 January 2002) AD: 11,106,132 (Germany) (6 January 2002) AD: 10,416,102 (Germany) (30 December 2001) AD: 8,400,700 (Germany) (16 December 2001) AD: 7,028,406 (Germany) (9 December 2001) AD: 5,119,871 (Germany) (2 December 2001) AD: 2,590,464 (Germany) (25 November 2001) (opening week) AD: 2,179,364 (Netherlands) (31 December 2002) AD: 1,579,552 (Netherlands) (31 December 2001) AD: 2,179,528 (Netherlands) AD: 849,826 (Norway) (14 March 2002) AD: 843,757 (Norway) (28 February 2002) AD: 6,307,411 (Spain) (15 December 2004) AD: 6,300,494 (Spain) (20 February 2003) AD: 6,299,350 (Spain) (10 February 2003) AD: 6,277,207 (Spain) (31 October 2002) AD: 6,246,567 (Spain) (10 August 2002) AD: 6,221,891 (Spain) (31 May 2002) AD: 5,456,242 (Spain) (15 February 2002) BT: USD 125,000,000 CP: Warner Bros., 2001 (on print) GR: USD 317,557,891 (USA) (19 May 2002) GR: USD 317,503,512 (USA) (12 May 2002) GR: USD 317,433,952 (USA) (5 May 2002) GR: USD 317,347,879 (USA) (28 April 2002) GR: USD 317,220,661 (USA) (21 April 2002) GR: USD 317,048,532 (USA) (14 April 2002) GR: USD 316,823,907 (USA) (7 April 2002) GR: USD 316,440,684 (USA) (31 March 2002) GR: USD 316,000,087 (USA) (24 March 2002) GR: USD 315,600,468 (USA) (17 March 2002) GR: USD 315,311,411 (USA) (10 March 2002) GR: USD 314,964,965 (USA) (3 March 2002) GR: USD 314,675,739 (USA) (24 February 2002) GR: USD 314,320,476 (USA) (17 February 2002) GR: USD 313,736,007 (USA) (10 February 2002) GR: USD 312,936,385 (USA) (3 February 2002) GR: USD 311,573,984 (USA) (27 January 2002) GR: USD 309,659,297 (USA) (20 January 2002) GR: USD 305,311,880 (USA) (13 January 2002) GR: USD 300,404,434 (USA) (6 January 2002) GR: USD 291,594,218 (USA) (30 December 2001) GR: USD 267,750,733 (USA) (23 December 2001) GR: USD 253,269,579 (USA) (16 December 2001) GR: USD 239,659,542 (USA) (9 December 2001) GR: USD 219,670,289 (USA) (2 December 2001) GR: USD 186,978,513 (USA) (25 November 2001) GR: USD 90,294,621 (USA) (18 November 2001) GR: USD 317,575,550 (USA) GR: GBP 63,957,673 (UK) (10 March 2002) GR: GBP 63,856,468 (UK) (3 March 2002) GR: GBP 63,695,754 (UK) (24 February 2002) GR: GBP 63,251,429 (UK) (17 February 2002) GR: GBP 62,611,849 (UK) (10 February 2002) GR: GBP 61,916,490 (UK) (3 February 2002) GR: GBP 61,234,934 (UK) (27 January 2002) GR: GBP 60,242,460 (UK) (20 January 2002) GR: GBP 59,085,808 (UK) (13 January 2002) GR: GBP 57,496,638 (UK) (6 January 2002) GR: GBP 53,963,649 (UK) (30 December 2001) GR: GBP 50,045,043 (UK) (23 December 2001) GR: GBP 46,997,322 (UK) (16 December 2001) GR: GBP 43,335,133 (UK) (9 December 2001) GR: GBP 38,134,347 (UK) (2 December 2001) GR: GBP 29,143,532 (UK) (25 November 2001) GR: GBP 16,335,627 (UK) (18 November 2001) GR: USD 974,755,371 (Worldwide) (6 November 2011) GR: ARS 6,506,598 (Argentina) (31 October 2002) GR: ARS 6,506,246 (Argentina) (24 October 2002) GR: ARS 6,506,083 (Argentina) (17 October 2002) GR: ARS 6,505,560 (Argentina) (26 September 2002) GR: ARS 6,505,098 (Argentina) (8 August 2002) GR: ARS 6,504,948 (Argentina) (1 August 2002) GR: ARS 6,504,623 (Argentina) (25 July 2002) GR: ARS 6,503,407 (Argentina) (18 July 2002) GR: ARS 6,503,117 (Argentina) (11 July 2002) GR: ARS 6,502,821 (Argentina) (4 July 2002) GR: ARS 6,502,488 (Argentina) (27 June 2002) GR: ARS 6,501,953 (Argentina) (20 June 2002) GR: ARS 6,501,238 (Argentina) (13 June 2002) GR: ARS 6,500,013 (Argentina) (6 June 2002) GR: ARS 6,497,735 (Argentina) (30 May 2002) GR: ARS 6,494,002 (Argentina) (23 May 2002) GR: ARS 6,492,064 (Argentina) (16 May 2002) GR: ARS 6,488,045 (Argentina) (9 May 2002) GR: ARS 6,482,957 (Argentina) (2 May 2002) GR: ARS 6,472,265 (Argentina) (25 April 2002) GR: ARS 6,465,225 (Argentina) (18 April 2002) GR: ARS 6,454,257 (Argentina) (11 April 2002) GR: ARS 6,446,930 (Argentina) (4 April 2002) GR: ARS 6,420,259 (Argentina) (28 March 2002) GR: ARS 6,402,105 (Argentina) (21 March 2002) GR: ARS 6,363,265 (Argentina) (14 March 2002) GR: ARS 6,308,614 (Argentina) (7 March 2002) GR: ARS 6,232,431 (Argentina) (28 February 2002) GR: ARS 6,125,978 (Argentina) (21 February 2002) GR: ARS 5,980,755 (Argentina) (14 February 2002) GR: ARS 5,798,118 (Argentina) (8 February 2002) GR: ARS 5,738,432 (Argentina) (31 January 2002) GR: ARS 5,648,112 (Argentina) (24 January 2002) GR: ARS 5,545,317 (Argentina) (17 January 2002) GR: ARS 5,111,008 (Argentina) (10 January 2002) GR: ARS 4,266,571 (Argentina) (3 January 2002) GR: ARS 3,794,738 (Argentina) (27 December 2001) GR: ARS 3,457,264 (Argentina) (20 December 2001) GR: ARS 2,895,158 (Argentina) (13 December 2001) GR: ARS 1,844,450 (Argentina) (6 December 2001) GR: AUD 41,730,400 (Australia) (29 May 2002) GR: AUD 41,729,116 (Australia) (22 May 2002) GR: AUD 41,728,018 (Australia) (15 May 2002) GR: AUD 41,726,314 (Australia) (8 May 2002) GR: AUD 41,721,192 (Australia) (1 May 2002) GR: AUD 41,704,403 (Australia) (24 April 2002) GR: AUD 41,690,111 (Australia) (17 April 2002) GR: AUD 41,674,068 (Australia) (10 April 2002) GR: AUD 41,657,936 (Australia) (3 April 2002) GR: AUD 41,632,889 (Australia) (27 March 2002) GR: AUD 41,620,231 (Australia) (20 March 2002) GR: AUD 41,593,583 (Australia) (13 March 2002) GR: AUD 41,556,598 (Australia) (6 March 2002) GR: AUD 41,497,043 (Australia) (27 February 2002) GR: AUD 41,426,060 (Australia) (20 February 2002) GR: AUD 41,283,780 (Australia) (13 February 2002) GR: AUD 40,916,477 (Australia) (6 February 2002) GR: AUD 40,468,136 (Australia) (30 January 2002) GR: AUD 39,328,596 (Australia) (23 January 2002) GR: AUD 38,052,637 (Australia) (16 January 2002) GR: AUD 35,272,874 (Australia) (9 January 2002) GR: AUD 32,428,497 (Australia) (2 January 2002) GR: AUD 28,422,991 (Australia) (26 December 2001) GR: AUD 24,611,191 (Australia) (19 December 2001) GR: AUD 19,214,774 (Australia) (12 December 2001) GR: AUD 12,174,437 (Australia) (5 December 2001) GR: AUD 42,300,000 (Australia) GR: USD 21,404,392 (Australia) GR: EUR 6,496,591 (Austria) (28 March 2002) GR: EUR 6,492,253 (Austria) (21 March 2002) GR: EUR 6,478,370 (Austria) (7 March 2002) GR: EUR 6,463,688 (Austria) (28 February 2002) GR: EUR 6,440,243 (Austria) (21 February 2002) GR: EUR 6,386,336 (Austria) (13 February 2002) GR: EUR 6,286,300 (Austria) (27 January 2002) GR: EUR 6,223,919 (Austria) (20 January 2002) GR: EUR 6,068,617 (Austria) (13 January 2002) GR: EUR 5,940,483 (Austria) (6 January 2002) GR: EUR 5,534,843 (Austria) (30 December 2001) GR: EUR 5,278,680 (Austria) (27 December 2001) GR: EUR 4,484,559 (Austria) (16 December 2001) GR: EUR 3,908,093 (Austria) (9 December 2001) GR: EUR 2,962,458 (Austria) (2 December 2001) GR: EUR 1,573,693 (Austria) (25 November 2001) GR: EUR 6,486,380 (Austria) (14 March 2001) GR: EUR 6,347,037 (Austria) (7 February 2001) GR: EUR 5,597,385 (Austria) GR: DKK 50,712,751 (Denmark) GR: HUF 150,215,797 (Hungary) (26 December 2001) GR: HUF 82,577,166 (Hungary) (19 December 2001) GR: EUR 25,263,908 (Italy) (30 November 2002) GR: EUR 25,259,144 (Italy) (8 September 2002) GR: EUR 25,205,206 (Italy) (28 July 2002) GR: EUR 25,151,572 (Italy) (14 April 2002) GR: EUR 25,143,354 (Italy) (31 March 2002) GR: EUR 25,134,768 (Italy) (24 March 2002) GR: EUR 25,129,678 (Italy) (17 March 2002) GR: EUR 15,357,620 (Netherlands) GR: USD 2,900,000 (Philippines) (1 May 2002) GR: USD 5,448,408 (Russia) (4 August 2002) GR: RUR 90,108,296 (Russia) (19 May 2002) GR: RUR 85,357,272 (Russia) (28 April 2002) GR: RUR 82,609,522 (Russia) (21 April 2002) GR: RUR 79,517,888 (Russia) (14 April 2002) GR: RUR 75,724,318 (Russia) (7 April 2002) GR: RUR 67,003,334 (Russia) (31 March 2002) GR: RUR 28,664,522 (Russia) (24 March 2002) GR: USD 5,474,384 (Russia) GR: SGD 3,500,000 (Singapore) (9 December 2001) GR: SGD 4,200,000 (Singapore) GR: EUR 27,674,339 (Spain) (15 December 2004) GR: EUR 27,650,261 (Spain) (20 February 2003) GR: EUR 27,645,909 (Spain) (10 February 2003) GR: EUR 27,559,243 (Spain) (31 October 2002) GR: EUR 27,446,175 (Spain) (10 August 2002) GR: ESP 4,048,204,632 (Spain) (15 February 2002) GR: USD 25,700,000 (Spain) OW: USD 90,294,621 (USA) (18 November 2001) (3,672 screens) OW: GBP 16,335,627 (UK) (18 November 2001) (507 screens) OW: ARS 1,844,450 (Argentina) (6 December 2001) (178 screens) OW: AUD 12,174,437 (Australia) (5 December 2001) (476 screens) OW: EUR 1,480,332 (Austria) (25 November 2001) (142 screens) OW: HUF 82,577,166 (Hungary) (19 December 2001) OW: EUR 1,999,000 (Netherlands) (25 November 2001) (243 screens) OW: RUR 28,664,522 (Russia) (24 March 2002) OW: SGD 1,559,616 (Singapore) (25 November 2001) PD: September 2000 - July 2001 RT: USD 600,000,000 (Worldwide) SD: October 2000 - April 2001 WG: USD 38,455 (USA) (19 May 2002) (63 screens) WG: USD 48,679 (USA) (12 May 2002) (30 screens) WG: USD 60,800 (USA) (5 May 2002) (40 screens) WG: USD 95,424 (USA) (28 April 2002) (43 screens) WG: USD 127,159 (USA) (21 April 2002) (57 screens) WG: USD 155,086 (USA) (14 April 2002) (111 screens) WG: USD 217,672 (USA) (7 April 2002) (160 screens) WG: USD 251,516 (USA) (31 March 2002) (270 screens) WG: USD 346,252 (USA) (24 March 2002) (291 screens) WG: USD 153,771 (USA) (17 March 2002) (172 screens) WG: USD 249,184 (USA) (10 March 2002) (228 screens) WG: USD 231,413 (USA) (3 March 2002) (215 screens) WG: USD 254,748 (USA) (24 February 2002) (206 screens) WG: USD 420,307 (USA) (17 February 2002) (311 screens) WG: USD 553,302 (USA) (10 February 2002) (505 screens) WG: USD 1,010,416 (USA) (3 February 2002) (907 screens) WG: USD 1,402,381 (USA) (27 January 2002) (1,202 screens) WG: USD 3,452,767 (USA) (20 January 2002) (1,851 screens) WG: USD 3,674,325 (USA) (13 January 2002) (2,170 screens) WG: USD 5,930,425 (USA) (6 January 2002) (2,681 screens) WG: USD 16,938,804 (USA) (30 December 2001) (3,186 screens) WG: USD 10,747,683 (USA) (23 December 2001) (3,311 screens) WG: USD 9,919,596 (USA) (16 December 2001) (3,422 screens) WG: USD 14,737,696 (USA) (9 December 2001) (3,672 screens) WG: USD 23,642,327 (USA) (2 December 2001) (3,672 screens) WG: USD 57,487,755 (USA) (25 November 2001) (3,672 screens) WG: USD 90,294,621 (USA) (18 November 2001) (3,672 screens) WG: GBP 82,887 (UK) (10 March 2002) (248 screens) WG: GBP 122,474 (UK) (3 March 2002) (265 screens) WG: GBP 208,586 (UK) (24 February 2002) (290 screens) WG: GBP 294,470 (UK) (17 February 2002) (349 screens) WG: GBP 314,824 (UK) (10 February 2002) (388 screens) WG: GBP 460,112 (UK) (3 February 2002) (363 screens) WG: GBP 698,571 (UK) (27 January 2002) (412 screens) WG: GBP 807,836 (UK) (20 January 2002) (427 screens) WG: GBP 1,013,564 (UK) (13 January 2002) (464 screens) WG: GBP 1,710,045 (UK) (6 January 2002) (497 screens) WG: GBP 2,456,876 (UK) (30 December 2001) (527 screens) WG: GBP 1,640,000 (UK) (23 December 2001) (535 screens) WG: GBP 2,391,251 (UK) (16 December 2001) (537 screens) WG: GBP 3,345,310 (UK) (9 December 2001) (501 screens) WG: GBP 5,809,759 (UK) (2 December 2001) (508 screens) WG: GBP 8,362,749 (UK) (25 November 2001) (507 screens) WG: GBP 16,335,627 (UK) (18 November 2001) (507 screens) WG: ARS 352 (Argentina) (31 October 2002) (2 screens) WG: ARS 163 (Argentina) (24 October 2002) (1 screen) WG: ARS 523 (Argentina) (17 October 2002) (2 screens) WG: ARS 462 (Argentina) (26 September 2002) (1 screen) WG: ARS 325 (Argentina) (1 August 2002) (1 screen) WG: ARS 1,216 (Argentina) (25 July 2002) (2 screens) WG: ARS 290 (Argentina) (18 July 2002) (1 screen) WG: ARS 296 (Argentina) (11 July 2002) (1 screen) WG: ARS 333 (Argentina) (4 July 2002) (5 screens) WG: ARS 150 (Argentina) (4 July 2002) (1 screen) WG: ARS 535 (Argentina) (27 June 2002) (4 screens) WG: ARS 715 (Argentina) (20 June 2002) (3 screens) WG: ARS 1,225 (Argentina) (13 June 2002) (8 screens) WG: ARS 2,278 (Argentina) (6 June 2002) (6 screens) WG: ARS 3,733 (Argentina) (30 May 2002) (9 screens) WG: ARS 1,938 (Argentina) (23 May 2002) (6 screens) WG: ARS 4,019 (Argentina) (16 May 2002) (10 screens) WG: ARS 5,088 (Argentina) (9 May 2002) (12 screens) WG: ARS 10,692 (Argentina) (2 May 2002) (20 screens) WG: ARS 7,040 (Argentina) (25 April 2002) (16 screens) WG: ARS 10,968 (Argentina) (18 April 2002) (18 screens) WG: ARS 7,327 (Argentina) (11 April 2002) (16 screens) WG: ARS 26,671 (Argentina) (4 April 2002) (22 screens) WG: ARS 18,154 (Argentina) (28 March 2002) (40 screens) WG: ARS 38,840 (Argentina) (21 March 2002) (42 screens) WG: ARS 54,651 (Argentina) (14 March 2002) (57 screens) WG: ARS 76,183 (Argentina) (7 March 2002) (76 screens) WG: ARS 106,453 (Argentina) (28 February 2002) (87 screens) WG: ARS 145,223 (Argentina) (21 February 2002) (103 screens) WG: ARS 182,637 (Argentina) (14 February 2002) (120 screens) WG: ARS 59,686 (Argentina) (7 February 2002) (141 screens) WG: ARS 90,320 (Argentina) (31 January 2002) (101 screens) WG: ARS 102,795 (Argentina) (24 January 2002) (173 screens) WG: ARS 434,309 (Argentina) (17 January 2002) (173 screens) WG: ARS 844,437 (Argentina) (10 January 2002) (175 screens) WG: ARS 471,833 (Argentina) (3 January 2002) (90 screens) WG: ARS 337,474 (Argentina) (27 December 2001) (90 screens) WG: ARS 562,106 (Argentina) (20 December 2001) (176 screens) WG: ARS 1,050,708 (Argentina) (13 December 2001) (180 screens) WG: ARS 1,844,450 (Argentina) (6 December 2001) (178 screens) WG: AUD 1,284 (Australia) (29 May 2002) (2 screens) WG: AUD 1,098 (Australia) (22 May 2002) (2 screens) WG: AUD 1,704 (Australia) (15 May 2002) (2 screens) WG: AUD 5,122 (Australia) (8 May 2002) (3 screens) WG: AUD 16,789 (Australia) (1 May 2002) (4 screens) WG: AUD 14,292 (Australia) (24 April 2002) (9 screens) WG: AUD 16,043 (Australia) (17 April 2002) (9 screens) WG: AUD 16,132 (Australia) (10 April 2002) (10 screens) WG: AUD 25,047 (Australia) (3 April 2002) (8 screens) WG: AUD 12,658 (Australia) (27 March 2002) (9 screens) WG: AUD 26,648 (Australia) (20 March 2002) (43 screens) WG: AUD 36,985 (Australia) (13 March 2002) (51 screens) WG: AUD 59,555 (Australia) (6 March 2002) (75 screens) WG: AUD 70,983 (Australia) (27 February 2002) (91 screens) WG: AUD 141,234 (Australia) (20 February 2002) (138 screens) WG: AUD 281,336 (Australia) (13 February 2002) (176 screens) WG: AUD 448,341 (Australia) (6 February 2002) (211 screens) WG: AUD 1,139,540 (Australia) (30 January 2002) (317 screens) WG: AUD 1,553,915 (Australia) (23 January 2002) (357 screens) WG: AUD 2,129,300 (Australia) (16 January 2002) (367 screens) WG: AUD 3,382,346 (Australia) (9 January 2002) (421 screens) WG: AUD 4,490,560 (Australia) (2 January 2002) (436 screens) WG: AUD 3,584,128 (Australia) (26 December 2001) (476 screens) WG: AUD 5,053,563 (Australia) (19 December 2001) (476 screens) WG: AUD 7,112,737 (Australia) (12 December 2001) (476 screens) WG: AUD 12,174,437 (Australia) (5 December 2001) (476 screens) WG: EUR 4,338 (Austria) (28 March 2002) (15 screens) WG: EUR 5,873 (Austria) (21 March 2002) (19 screens) WG: EUR 8,010 (Austria) (14 March 2002) (30 screens) WG: EUR 14,682 (Austria) (7 March 2002) (30 screens) WG: EUR 23,445 (Austria) (28 February 2002) (32 screens) WG: EUR 37,881 (Austria) (21 February 2002) (44 screens) WG: EUR 26,532 (Austria) (13 February 2002) (50 screens) WG: EUR 42,275 (Austria) (7 February 2002) (50 screens) WG: EUR 57,793 (Austria) (27 January 2002) (59 screens) WG: EUR 67,837 (Austria) (20 January 2002) (93 screens) WG: EUR 95,591 (Austria) (13 January 2002) (93 screens) WG: EUR 177,439 (Austria) (6 January 2002) (101 screens) WG: EUR 306,704 (Austria) (30 December 2001) (109 screens) WG: EUR 582,947 (Austria) (27 December 2001) (142 screens) WG: EUR 393,000 (Austria) (16 December 2001) (142 screens) WG: EUR 686,350 (Austria) (9 December 2001) (142 screens) WG: EUR 1,006,478 (Austria) (2 December 2001) (142 screens) WG: EUR 1,480,332 (Austria) (25 November 2001) (142 screens) WG: HUF 65,016,121 (Hungary) (26 December 2001) WG: HUF 82,577,166 (Hungary) (19 December 2001) WG: EUR 9,136 (Italy) (28 July 2002) (6 screens) WG: RUR 183,270 (Russia) (19 May 2002) WG: RUR 608,650 (Russia) (28 April 2002) WG: RUR 2,186,606 (Russia) (21 April 2002) WG: RUR 3,793,477 (Russia) (14 April 2002) WG: RUR 8,699,616 (Russia) (7 April 2002) WG: RUR 38,302,038 (Russia) (31 March 2002) WG: RUR 28,664,522 (Russia) (24 March 2002)

Movie Certificate

PG (Canada)(Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario)
All (South Korea)
L (Iceland)
PG (Australia)
U (India)
U (Malaysia)
TV-PG (USA)(ABC Family)
PG (USA)(certificate #38522)
14 (Hungary)
T (Italy)
PG (USA)(certificate #45582) (2009 extended version)
Atp (Argentina)
Livre (Brazil)
G (Canada)(Qubec)
K-11 (Finland)
U (France)
6 (Germany)(w)
IIA (Hong Kong)
PG (Ireland)
PG (New Zealand)
11 (Norway)
PT (Peru)
M/12 (Portugal)
PG (Singapore)
T (Spain)
11 (Sweden)(original rating)
7 (Sweden)(re-rating)
10 (Switzerland)(canton of Geneva)
10 (Switzerland)(canton of Vaud)
PG (UK)
K-13 (Greece)
MG6 (Netherlands)

Music Composers

  1. Williams, John (I)

Cinematographers

  1. Seale, John (I)

Dress Designers

  1. Makovsky, Judianna

Distributors

American Broadcasting Company (ABC) [us] - (2004) (USA) (TV)
Argentina Video Home [ar] - (2002) (Argentina) (DVD)
Argentina Video Home [ar] - (2002) (Argentina) (VHS)
Argentina Video Home [ar] - (2005) (Argentina) (DVD) (1 disc)
Argentina Video Home [ar] - (2009) (Argentina) (DVD) (extended version)
Audio Visual Enterprises [gr] - (2002) (Greece) (DVD)
Audio Visual Enterprises [gr] - (2002) (Greece) (VHS)
Audio Visual Entertainment [gr] - (2010) (Greece) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
EDKO Film [hk] - (2001) (Hong Kong) (theatrical)
Fox-Warner [ch] - (2001) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
Garsu Pasaulio Irasai [lt] - (2001) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
Karo Premiere [ru] - (2002) (Russia) (theatrical)
Kuk Dong [kr] - (2001) (South Korea) (theatrical)
SBS6 [nl] - (2004) (Netherlands) (TV)
Sandrew Metronome Distribution Sverige AB [se] - (2001) (Sweden) (theatrical)
Sandrew Metronome Distribution [fi] - (2001) (Denmark) (theatrical)
Sandrew Metronome Distribution [fi] - (2001) (Finland) (theatrical)
Varus Video [ru] - (Russia) (VHS)
Village Films [gr] - (2001) (Greece) (theatrical)
Warner Bros. Entertainment [ca] - (2001) (Canada) (theatrical)
Warner Bros. Pictures [us] - (2001) (worldwide) (all media)
Warner Bros. Pictures [us] - (2001) (USA) (theatrical)
Warner Bros. [ar] - (2001) (Argentina) (theatrical)
Warner Bros. [be] - (2001) (Belgium) (theatrical)
Warner Bros. [br] - (2001) (Brazil) (theatrical)
Warner Bros. [de] - (2001) (Germany) (theatrical)
Warner Bros. [gb] - (2001) (UK) (theatrical)
Warner Bros. [jp] - (2001) (Japan) (theatrical)
Warner Bros. [nl] - (2001) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
Warner Home Video [ch] - (2002) (Switzerland) (DVD)
Warner Home Video [de] - (2002) (Germany) (DVD)
Warner Home Video [de] - (2002) (Germany) (VHS)
Warner Home Video [jp] - (2002) (Japan) (DVD)
Warner Home Video [nl] - (2002) (Netherlands) (DVD) (VHS)
Warner Home Video [nl] - (2007) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Warner Home Video [nl] - (2009) (Netherlands) (DVD)
Warner Home Video [us] - (2002) (USA) (DVD)
Warner Home Video [us] - (2002) (USA) (VHS)
Warner Home Vídeo [br] - (Brazil) (DVD)
Warner Home Vídeo [br] - (Brazil) (VHS)
Warner Roadshow - (2001) (Greece) (theatrical)
Warner Sogefilms A.I.E. [es] - (2001) (Spain) (theatrical)

Misc

  1. Austin, Jeanne (II) (assistant: Mr. Radcliffe)
  2. Axtell, Mark (production assistant)
  3. Barnett, Celia (specialist researcher)
  4. Bayfield, Martin (body double: Robbie Coltrane) (uncredited)
  5. Bennett, Linda (IV) (fabricator)
  6. Benson, Jonny (production assistant)
  7. Bergh, Jason (set assistant)
  8. Binfield, Sue (location coordinator)
  9. Bissada, Kevin (assistant to producers: Los Angeles) (uncredited)
  10. Bliss, Susan (I) (post script services)
  11. Bloom, Anthony (animal trainer)
  12. Bosley, Lee-Anne (production assistant) (as Lee-Ann Bosley)
  13. Boyle, Luke (I) (production assistant)
  14. Brown, Charlotte (II) (production assistant)
  15. Bullock, Lyndsay (production assistant)
  16. Burgess, Simon (I) (assistant location manager)
  17. Chalmers, Trevor (assistant accountant)
  18. Cheeseman, John (cast security) (uncredited)
  19. Churcher, Mel (dialogue coach: extra scenes) (uncredited)
  20. Clarke, Phil (V) (production assistant)
  21. Clayton, Derek (I) (safety advisor)
  22. Collier, David (VIII) (production assistant)
  23. Cook, Hazel (production coordinator)
  24. Cook, Ivan (assistant: Mr. Heyman)
  25. Cooke, Matt (II) (production assistant) (as Matthew Cooke)
  26. Crockett, Jordan (production assistant)
  27. Cuquet, Joni (business and legal affairs) (uncredited)
  28. Davies, Vanessa (I) (unit publicist)
  29. Dehoff, Julia (production assistant)
  30. Dennett, Sophie (fabrication assistant)
  31. Devereux, Elizabeth (assistant: Mr. Columbus)
  32. Douglas, Chuck (floor runner: dailies) (uncredited)
  33. Dunster, Tony (leading firefighter)
  34. Eardley, Peter (assistant accountant)
  35. Edmonds, Jake (safety coordinator)
  36. Evans, Ceri (script supervisor: second unit) (as Ceri Evans Cooper)
  37. Evans, Jennifer (V) (assistant animal trainer) (uncredited)
  38. Francis-Bruce, Sassica (production assistant)
  39. Frieze, Sandra (I) (dialogue coach)
  40. Furbank, Ian (unit doctor) (as Dr. Ian Furbank)
  41. Furlong, James (I) (digital tracking: CFC) (uncredited)
  42. Garbett, Kate (production coordinator)
  43. Gealogo, Patrick (dailies projectionist) (uncredited)
  44. Gero, Gary (I) (animal coordinator)
  45. Gilligan, James (I) (electric dailies) (uncredited)
  46. Glover, Joanne (fabricator)
  47. Gunn, Rosanne (set assistant)
  48. Hatcher, Keith (location manager)
  49. Helman, Darren (location support) (uncredited)
  50. Hickey, Paul (IV) (set assistant)
  51. Hobden, Alice (set assistant)
  52. Holden, Christian (I) (assistant accountant)
  53. Horwood, Jason (crowd marshall) (uncredited)
  54. Hudd, Michelle (production assistant)
  55. Hughes, Nicki (production assistant)
  56. Husseini, Mira (set production assistant: dailies) (uncredited)
  57. Ibbitson, Julian (production assistant)
  58. Impy, Rachel (fabricator) (as Rachel Impey)
  59. Jersch, Janos (set assistant)
  60. Johnsen, Polly (studio executive)
  61. Johnsen, Polly (studio executive) (uncredited)
  62. Jones, Susie (V) (production assistant) (as Sue Jones)
  63. Joscylene, Nick (production assistant)
  64. Judd, Helen (assistant: Mr. Henderson)
  65. Kay, Poppy (production assistant)
  66. Kielly, Michael (unit nurse)
  67. King, Simon (II) (assistant location manager)
  68. Klien, Alex (production assistant) (as Alex Klein)
  69. Lambert, John (V) (buyer: makeup effects)
  70. Langdon, Tilly (production assistant)
  71. Ledger, Kate (production coordinator: second unit)
  72. Lewington, Jess (equipment coordinator) (uncredited)
  73. Lewington, Jessica (assistant studio manager) (uncredited)
  74. Lewis, Kate D. (production assistant) (as Kate Lewis)
  75. Lund, Anna-Maria (production assistant)
  76. Machell, Alison (unit nurse)
  77. Madrid, Larry (head animal trainer)
  78. Malm, Marika (fabricator)
  79. Milton, Sharon (crowd tutor) (uncredited)
  80. Mino, R.J. (senior floor manager)
  81. Mulligan, Johnny (assistant accountant) (as John Mulligan)
  82. Newport, Kate (production assistant)
  83. Nichols, Sharon (II) (set assistant)
  84. Nixon, Gary (I) (production accountant)
  85. O'Reilly, James (IV) (video trainee) (uncredited)
  86. Odell, Alison (assistant production coordinator)
  87. Paris, Clara (production assistant)
  88. Parkin, Kate (I) (animal trainer)
  89. Parmar, Sunita (I) (production assistant)
  90. Parti, Nisha (production consultant)
  91. Penn, Annie (script supervisor)
  92. Petterson-Jones, Des (chef: great hall feast)
  93. Pettett, Amanda (production assistant)
  94. Pinkus, David (production assistant) (uncredited)
  95. Quinn, Lesley (I) (unit nurse)
  96. Quittner, Katherine (I) (preview consultant)
  97. Reynolds, Katie (II) (production secretary)
  98. Robinson, Quinn (production assistant)
  99. Rosenwink, Jay (accounts assistant)
  100. Saywell, Alan (production assistant)
  101. Sexton, David (I) (production assistant)
  102. Skuse, Penny (liaison: film commission) (uncredited)
  103. Sousa, David (I) (head animal trainer) (as Dave Sousa)
  104. Surtees, Simon (I) (set assistant) (as Simon Surtee)
  105. Swain, Stephen (production assistant)
  106. Swallow, Karen (assistant: Mr. Barnathan)
  107. Timmons, Mark (cast security) (uncredited)
  108. Tottman, Julie (head animal trainer) (as Jules Tottman)
  109. Trehy, John (financial controller)
  110. Udall, John (I) (assistant accountant)
  111. Vaughn, Joanna (animal trainer)
  112. White, Chris (III) (assistant location manager)
  113. Williams, Emma (IV) (unit nurse)
  114. Wilson, Michael (X) (production assistant)
  115. Wynne-Jones, Laurie T. (assistant location manager)
  116. Zei, Massimo (chef: great hall feast)

Quotes

Hagrid: Who told you about Fluffy? Ron: Fluffy? Hermione: That thing has a name? Dumbledore: It does not do to dwell on dreams, Harry, and forget to live. Ron: It's spooky! She knows more about you than you do! Harry: Who doesn't? Mr. Ollivander: Curious... very curious... Harry: Sorry, but what's curious? Mr. Ollivander: I remember every wand I've ever sold, Mr. Potter. It so happens that the phoenix whose tailfeather resides in your wand gave another feather... just one other. It is curious that you should be destined for this wand when its brother gave you that scar. Harry: And who owned that wand? Mr. Ollivander: We do not speak his name! The wand chooses the wizard, Mr. Potter. It's not always clear why. But I think it is clear that we can expect great things from you. After all, He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named did great things. Terrible! Yes. But great. Hermione: Now if you two don't mind, I'm going to bed before either of you come up with another clever idea to get us killed - or worse, expelled. Ron: She needs to sort out her priorities! [about Fluffy] Hagrid: I lent him to Dumbledore to guard the... Harry: Yes? Hagrid: Shouldn't have said that. No more questions, don't ask anymore questions! Hagrid: [about Fluffy] Just play a bit of music and he falls straight asleep... I shouldn't have told you that! [in the Devil's Snare] Hermione: Stop moving, both of you. This is devil's snare! You have to relax. If you don't, it'll only kill you faster! Ron: Kill us faster? Oh, now I can relax! Hagrid: You're a wizard, Harry! Harry: I'm a what? Hermione: Harry, no way! You heard what Madam Hooch said. Besides, you don't even know how to fly! [Harry ignores Hermione and he flies up] Hermione: What an idiot! Draco Malfoy: [picks up Neville's Rememberall] Did you see his face? Maybe if the fat lump had given this a squeeze, he'd have remembered to fall on his fat ass. Hermione: You'll be okay, Harry. You're a great wizard. You really are. Harry: Not as good as you. Hermione: Me? Books and cleverness. There are more important things: friendship and bravery. And Harry, just be careful. Hermione: Ron, you don't suppose this is going to be like... *real* wizard's chess, do you? Ron: [looks around] You there, D5! [one of the giant black pawns crosses the board, the white pawn smashes it with a violent blow] Ron: [swallows] Yes, Hermione, I think this is gonna be *exactly* like wizard's chess. Harry: I swear I don't know. One minute the glass was there and then it was gone. It was like magic. Uncle Vernon: There's no such thing as magic! Draco Malfoy: Think my name's funny, do you? No need to ask yours. Red hair... and a hand-me-down robe. You must be a Weasley. Dumbledore: What happened down in the dungeon between you and Professor Quirrell is a complete secret. So, naturally, the whole school knows. [about Every Flavor Beans] Dumbledore: I was most unfortunate in my youth to come across a vomit-flavored one, and since then I'm afraid I've lost my liking for them. But, I think I could be safe with a nice toffee. [eats it] Mm, alas, earwax. Ron: Wingardium leviosar! Hermione: Stop, stop, stop! You're going to take someone's eye out. Besides, you're saying it wrong. It's LeviOsa, not LeviosAR! Hermione: Neville, I'm really, really sorry about this. [raises her wand] Hermione: Petrificus Totalus! [Neville's arms snap to his sides, and he drops to the floor, frozen stiff as a board] Ron: You're a little scary sometimes, you know that? Brilliant... but scary. Hagrid: Dry up Dursley, you great prune! Percy Weasley: And keep an eye on the staircases. They like to change. Molly Weasley: [looks at Fred, hoping to get him onto platform 9 3/4] Fred, you next. George Weasley: He's not Fred, I am! Fred Weasley: Honestly, woman. You call yourself our mother. Molly Weasley: [to Fred] Oh, I'm sorry, George. Fred Weasley: [approaches the barrier] I'm only joking, I am Fred! [runs through the barrier] [deleted scene] Hermione: Look at you playing with your cards. Pathetic! We've got final exams coming up soon. Ron: I'm ready! Ask me any question. Hermione: All right, what are the three most crucial ingredients in a Forgetfulness Potion? Ron: I forgot. Hermione: And what, may I ask, do you plan to do if this comes up in the final exam? Ron: Copy off you? Hermione: No, you won't! Besides, according to Professor McGonagall, we're to be given special quills bewitched with an anti-cheating spell. Ron: That's insulting! It's as if they don't trust us! [deleted scene] Aunt Petunia: This is what you're going to be wearing when I finish dying it. Harry: But that's Dudley's old uniform! It'll fit me like bits of old elephant skin. [deleted scene] Professor Severus Snape: For your information Potter, Asphodel and Wormwood make a sleeping potion so powerful it is known as the Draught of the Living Death, a Bezoar is a stone taken from the stomach of a goat and it will save you from most poisons. As for Monkshood and Wolfbane, they are the same plant which also goes by the name of Aconite. Well, why aren't you all copying this down? [deleted scene] Harry: Good of you to get us out of trouble like that. Ron: Mind you, we did save her life! Harry: Mind you, she might not have needed saving if you hadn't insulted her. Ron: What are friends for? [deleted scene] Hagrid: Crikey, I'd love a dragon. Harry: You'd like a dragon? Hagrid: Vastly misunderstood beasts, Harry. Vastly misunderstood. Professor Quirrel: Troll! In the dungeons! [looks sick] Thought you ought to know. [faints and crumples onto the floor] Seamus Finnigan: I'm half and half. Me dad's a muggle; Mam's a witch. Bit of a nasty shock for him when he found out. Draco Malfoy: It's true then, what they're saying on the train. Harry Potter has come to Hogwarts. Caretaker Argus Filch: A pity they let the old punishments die. Was a time detention would find you hanging by your thumbs in the dungeons. God, I miss the screaming. Oliver Wood: Scared, Harry? Harry: A little. Oliver Wood: That's all right. I felt the same way before my first game. Harry: What happened? Oliver Wood: I, uh, I don't really remember. I took a bludger to the head two minutes in. Woke up in hospital a week later. Dudley Dursley: Daddy's gone mad hasn't he? Professor McGonagall: Albus, do you really think it safe, leaving him with these people? I've watched them all day. They're the worst sort of Muggles imaginable. They really are... Dumbledore: The only family he has. Professor McGonagall: This boy will be famous. There won't be a child in our world who doesn't know his name. Dumbledore: Exactly. He's far better off growing up away from all of that. Until he is ready. Harry: I can't be a-a-a wizard. I mean, I'm just Harry, just Harry. Ron: I'm Ron by the way, Ron Weasley. Harry: I'm Harry. Harry Potter. Ron: So... so it's true! I mean, do you really have the... the... Harry: The what? Ron: [in a hushed tone] The scar? Harry: Oh. [shows him the scar on his forehead] Yeah. Ron: Wicked! Professor Severus Snape: There will be no foolish wand-waving or silly incantations in this class. As such, I don't expect many of you to appreciate the subtle science and exact art that is potion-making. However, for those select few... [stares at Draco Malfoy] Who possess, the predisposition... I can teach you how to bewitch the mind and ensnare the senses. I can tell you how to bottle fame, brew glory, and even put a stopper in death. [notices Harry scribbling on his paper] Then again, maybe some of you have come to Hogwarts in possession of abilities so formidable that you feel confident enough to not pay attention! [steps over to Harry] Mister Potter. Our new celebrity. Neville Longbottom: [about his new Remembrall] Only problem is, I can't remember what I've forgotten. Ron: I think we've had a bad influence on her. [during the final chess game; Harry looks around at the board] Harry: Wait a minute! Ron: You see it, don't you, Harry? Once I make my move, the Queen will take me. Then you're free to check the King. Harry: No. Ron, NO! Hermione: What is it? Harry: He's going to sacrifice himself. Hermione: No, you can't, there must be another way! Ron: Do you want to stop Snape from getting that stone or not? [Hermione looks stunned] Ron: Harry, it's you that has to go on, I *know* it. Not me, not Hermione, YOU. [Harry takes a deep breath and nods] Ron: [after a deep breath] Knight to H3. [Ron and his horse advance to the next square. Ron breathes deep] Check. [ The white Queen turns, advances slowly upon him, then draws her sword and plunges it into his horse, throwing him violently to the ground] Harry: RON! [Hermione makes as if to run to him] Harry: [to Hermione] NO! DON'T MOVE! Don't forget - we're still playing. [Harry moves three squares diagonally to his left and turns to face the King] Harry: CHECKMATE. Ron: Happy Christmas, Harry. Dumbledore: It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to your enemies, but a great deal more to stand up to your friends. Dumbledore: Only a person who wanted to find the Stone - find it, but not use it - would be able to get it. That is one of my more brilliant ideas. And between you and me, that is saying something. Dumbledore: Also, our caretaker, Mr. Filch, has asked me to remind you that the third-floor corridor on the right-hand side is out of bounds to everyone who does not wish to die a most painful death. Ron: [Harry and Ron arrive late to Transfiguration, relieved that Professor McGonagall isn't there yet] Whew, made it. Can you imagine the look on old McGonagall's face if we were late? [the cat sitting at the head of the class suddenly transforms into her] Ron: That was bloody brilliant! Professor McGonagall: Well, thank you for that assessment, Mr Weasley. Perhaps it would be more useful if I were to transfigure Mr Potter and yourself into a pocket watch? That way, one of you might be on time. Harry: We got lost. Professor McGonagall: Then perhaps a map? I trust you don't need one to find your seats. Ron: What do they think they're doing, keeping a thing like that locked up in a school? Hermione: You don't use your eyes, do you? Didn't you see what it was standing on? Ron: I wasn't looking at its feet! I was a bit preoccupied with its heads... or maybe you didn't notice? There were three! [looking at a recently-hatched dragon] Hagrid: Isn't he beautiful? Oh, bless him! Look! He knows his mummy! Hallo, Norbert! Harry: Norbert? Hagrid: Yeah, well, he's gotta have a name, don't he? Ron: Immortal? Hermione: It means you'll never die. Ron: [angry] I know what it means! Ron: Mental that one, I'm telling you. [about the Bludgers] Oliver Wood: Nasty little buggers. Hagrid: You all right there, Harry? You seem very quiet. Harry: He killed my parents, didn't he? [puts a hand to his scar] Harry: The one who gave me this? [Hagrid is silent] Harry: You know, Hagrid. I know you do. [Hagrid sighs and pushes his bowl aside] Hagrid: First - and understand this, Harry, 'cause it's very important - not all wizards are good. Some of them go bad. A few years ago there was one wizard that went as bad as you can go, and his name was V- [sighs] his name was V... Harry: Maybe if you wrote it down... Hagrid: Nah, I can't spell it. Alright [whispers] 'Voldemort' Harry: [loudly] Voldemort? Hagrid: Shhh! It was dark times, Harry, dark times. Voldemort started to gather some followers, brought 'em over to the dark side. Anyone who stood up to him ended up dead. Your parents fought against him, but nobody lived once he decided to kill them. Nobody... not one... 'cept you. Harry: Me? Voldemort tried to kill... ME? Hagrid: Yes. That ain't no ordinary cut on your forehead. A mark like that only comes from being touched by a curse, and an evil curse at that. Harry: What happened to Vol- to You-Know-Who? Hagrid: Well, some say he died. Codswallop in my opinion. Nope, I reckon he's still out there, too tired to carry on. But one thing's certain, something about you stumped him that night. That's why you're famous, Harry, that's why everybody knows your name. You're the boy who lived. Voldemort: There is no good and evil. There is only power, and those too weak to seek it. Harry: You! No, it can't be. Snape, he - he was the... Professor Quirrel: Yes, he does seem the type, doesn't he? Why, next to him, who would suspect p-p-poor, st-st-stuttering Professor Quirrell? Ron: Sunshine, daisies, butter mellow, turn this stupid, fat rat yellow! Uncle Vernon: He will not be going, I tell you! We swore when we took him in we'd put a stop to all this rubbish! Harry: You knew? You knew all along and you never told me? Aunt Petunia: Of course we knew. How could you not be? My perfect sister being who she was. My mother and father were so proud the day she got her letter. "We have a witch in the family. Isn't it wonderful?" I was the only one to see her for what she was... a freak! And then she met that Potter. And then she had you, and I knew you would be the same. Just as strange, just as... abnormal. And then if you please, she went and got herself blown up, and we got landed with you. Harry: Blown up? You told me my parents died in a car crash! Hagrid: A car crash? A car crash kill Lily and James Potter? Aunt Petunia: We had to say something. Hagrid: It's an outrage! It's a scandal! Uncle Vernon: He'll not be going! Hagrid: Oh, and I suppose a great muggle like yourself's gonna stop him, are ya? Dumbledore: Harry, do you know why Professor Quirrell couldn't bear to have you touch him? [Harry shakes his head] Dumbledore: It was because of your mother. She sacrificed herself for you, and that kind of act leaves a mark. [Harry reaches up to touch his scar] Dumbledore: No, no. This kind of mark cannot be seen. It lives in your very skin. Harry: What is it? Dumbledore: Love, Harry. Love. [after being in the Dark Forest] Harry: I think if he'd had the chance, he might've tried to kill me tonight. Ron: And to think, I've been worrying about my potions final. Professor McGonagall: [to Harry and Ron after beating the Mountain Troll] Five points... will be awarded to each of you. [Ron and Harry smile at each other] For sheer dumb luck. Fred Weasley: Well done, Harry. Wood's just told us. Ron: Fred and George are on the team, too. Beaters. George Weasley: Our job is to make sure that you don't get bloodied up too bad. Can't make any promises, of course. Rough game, Quidditch. Fred Weasley: Brutal, but no one's died in years. Someone will vanish occasionally, but they'll turn up in a month or two! Professor Severus Snape: What would three young Gryffindors such as yourselves be doing inside... on a day like this? Hermione: Uh... well... we... we were just... Professor Severus Snape: You ought to be careful. People will think you're... [sees Harry staring at him] Up to something. Professor McGonagall: Nothing, I repeat, nothing gives a student the right to walk about the school at night. Therefore, as punishment for your actions, 50 points will be taken. Harry: 50? [Ron and Hermione also looking shocked, Draco smirking] Professor McGonagall: Each. [Harry's mouth drops open] And to ensure it doesn't happen again, all four of you will receive detention. Draco Malfoy: [smirk suddenly fades and steps up] Excuse me, professor, perhaps I heard you wrong. I thought you said the four of us. Professor McGonagall: No, you heard me correctly, Mr. Malfoy. You see, honorable as your intentions were, you too were out of bed after hours. You will join your classmates in detention. [Hagrid's sad about Norbert being taken away] Caretaker Argus Filch: For God's sake, pull yourself together man. You're going into the Forest after all. Got to have your wits about ya... Draco Malfoy: The Forest? I thought that was a joke. We can't go in there. Students aren't allowed. And there are- [a howling noise is heard]... werewolves. Caretaker Argus Filch: Oh, there's more than werewolves in those trees, lad. You can be sure of that. Nighty-night. Harry: Excuse me sir, can you tell me where I might find Platform Nine and Three-Quarters? Station Guard: Nine and Three-Quarters? Think you're being funny do ya? [muttering to himself] Station Guard: Nine and Three-Quarters! [stepping over Neville lying on the floor, whom Hermione has petrified using the "Petrificus Totalus Curse"] Harry: Sorry. Hermione: Sorry. Ron: It's for your own good, you know. Ron: I look good! Dudley Dursley: [on Dudley's birthday] How many are there? Uncle Vernon: 36, counted them myself. Dudley Dursley: 36! But last year, last year I had 37! Uncle Vernon: Yes, yes, but some of them are quite a bit bigger than last year. Dudley Dursley: I don't care how big they are! Sorting Hat: Hmm, difficult. VERY difficult. Plenty of courage, I see. Not a bad mind, either. There's talent, oh yes. And a thirst to prove yourself. But where to put you? Harry: Not Slytherin. Not Slytherin. Sorting Hat: Not Slytherin, eh? Are you sure? You could be great, you know. It's all here in your head. And Slytherin will help you on the way to greatness, there's no doubt about that. No? Harry: Please, please. Anything but Slytherin, anything but Slytherin. Sorting Hat: Well if you're sure, better be... GRYFFINDOR! [Hagrid has just very aggressively knocked down the door where the Dursleys are staying] Hagrid: [Calmly] Sorry about that [Picks door up and slams it back in place] Sorting Hat: Ah! Another Weasley. I know just what to do with you... GRYFFINDOR! [showing Harry the Golden Snitch] Harry: I like this ball. Oliver Wood: Ah, you like it now. Just wait. It's wicked fast, and damn near impossible to see. Harry: What do I do with it? Oliver Wood: You catch it, before the other team's seeker. You catch this, the game's over. You catch this, Potter, and we win. Seamus Finnigan: Eye of rabbit, harp string hum, turn this water into rum. [he checks the goblet, then tries again] Eye of rabbit, harp string hum... Harry: What's Seamus trying to do to that glass of water? Ron: Turn it to rum. Actually managed a weak tea yesterday! Before... [explosion] Professor McGonagall: Are the rumors true, Albus? Dumbledore: I'm afraid so, Professor. The good... and the bad. Hermione: Honestly, don't you two read? [Hagrid tells Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Draco to split into pairs and search the Dark Forest] Draco Malfoy: Okay. Then I get Fang! Hagrid: Fine. Just so you know, he's a bloody coward. [after seeing Ron's queen destroy Harry's knight] Hermione: That's totally barbaric! Ron: That's wizard's chess. Harry: Say, Percy, who's that teacher talking to Professor Quirrell? Percy Weasley: Oh, that's Professor Snape, head of Slytherin House. Harry: What's he teach? Percy Weasley: Potions. But everyone knows it's the Dark Arts he fancies. He's been after Quirrell's job for *years*. Draco Malfoy: You'll soon find out that some wizarding families are better than others, Potter. You don't wanna go making friends with the wrong sort. I can help you there. [he holds out his hand, which Harry doesn't take] Harry: I think I can tell the wrong sort for myself, thanks. Nearly Headless Nick: Hello! How are you? Welcome to Gryffindor! Seamus Finnigan: [in Charms class] Wingardium Leviosa. Wingard... [BOOM] Harry: [to Professor Flitwick] I think we're going to need another feather over here, Professor. [in King's Cross] Hagrid: What are you lookin' at? [deleted scene] Ron: [Neville comes hopping in, his legs apparently stuck together] Leg-Locker Curse? Harry: Malfoy. Ron: You have *got* to start standing up to people, Neville. Neville Longbottom: [wobbling uncontrollably] How? I can barely stand at all! Seamus Finnigan: [jumping up, wand at the ready] I'll do the counter-curse! Neville Longbottom: No, that's all I need... you to set my bloody kneecaps on fire! Seamus Finnigan: [slamming his wand down] I don't appreciate the insinuation, Longbottom. Besides, if anyone cares to notice, my eyebrows have completely grown back! [stalks off angrily, showing a large chunk of hair missing from the back of his head] Harry: I found him! [hands Ron a Chocolate Frog card of Dumbledore] Ron: 'Dumbledore is particularly famous for his defeat of the Dark Wizard Grindelwald in 1945-' Harry: Go on. Ron: '-for his discovery of the 12 uses of Dragon Blood, and his work on alchemy with his partner Nicolas Flamel!' Harry: I knew the name sounded familiar, I read it on the train that day. Hermione: [Beaming excitedly] Follow me! [the Trio tears out of the Great Hall, leaving poor Neville still flailing around] Neville Longbottom: Hey, wait, where are you going? What about the counter-curse? [Before he can say another word he topples over backwards, sparking a fresh round of laughter from the other students] George Weasley: [while sitting at the Gryffindor table, eating Christmas dinner] How do you like yours, Ron? [Ron, however, keep glancing over at Harry, who is sitting far away from everyone else, staring into the fire, remembering the image of his parents from the Mirror of Erised] George Weasley: Ron? Ron: I'll be right back. [puts his utensils down and goes to Harry] Wanna play chess? Harry: No. Ron: Wanna go and visit Hagrid? Harry: No. Ron: I know what you're thinking Harry, but don't. There's something not right about that mirror. [Harry merely nods in acknowledgement as Ron rejoins the other Gryffindors] Ron: [mimicking Hermione] "It's Levi-OOOOH-sa not LevioSAR." She's a nightmare, honestly. It's no wonder she hasn't got any friends! [Hermione comes up from behind them and pushes past Ron, in tears] Harry: I think she heard you. Ron: [looking for information about Nicholas Flamell] We've looked a hundred times. Hermione: [leaning closer] Not in the restricted section. Happy Christmas. Hermione: [putting a large book on the table] I checked this out weeks ago for a bit of light reading. Ron: This is light? Hagrid: If that dolt of a cousin of yours, Dudley, gives you any grief, you could always, um, threaten him with a nice pair of ears to go with that tail of his. Harry: But, Hagrid, we're not allowed to do magic away from Hogwarts. You know that. Hagrid: I do, but your cousin don't, do he? [last lines] Hermione: Feels strange to be going home, doesn't it? Harry: [looking at Hagrid] I'm not going home. Not really. [first lines] Professor McGonagall: [as a cat] Mraow! Dumbledore: I should have known that you would be here, Professor McGonagall. [Professor McGonagall transfigures into her human self] [after catching Harry scribbling on his paper] Professor Severus Snape: Tell me, what would I get if I added powdered root of asphodel to an infusion of wormwood? [Harry doesn't answer] You don't know? Well, let's try again. Where, Mr. Potter, would you look if I asked you to find me a bezoar? Harry: I don't know, sir. Professor Severus Snape: And what is the difference between monkshood and wolfsbane? Harry: I don't know, sir. Professor Severus Snape: Pity. Clearly, fame isn't everything, is it, Mr. Potter? Harry: [trying to get Neville's Rememberall] Give it here, Malfoy or I'll knock you off your broom! Draco Malfoy: Is that so? [Harry makes a grab for Malfoy but he moves] Draco Malfoy: Have it your way then. [Malfoy throws the Rememberall] Hermione: You've got dirt on your nose, by the way. Did you know? Just there. Hermione: Are you sure that's a real spell? Well, it's not very good, is it? Draco Malfoy: Wait 'til my father hears about this! This is servant's stuff! Harry: If I didn't know any better, Draco, I'd say you were scared. Draco Malfoy: I'm not scared, Potter! [howling noise] Draco Malfoy: Did you hear that? Harry: [calls the dog] Come on, Fang! Dumbledore: Silence! Voldemort: Harry Potter. We meet again. Harry: Voldemort? Voldemort: Yes. You see what I've become? See what I must do to survive? Live off another, a mere parasite! Unicorn blood can sustain me, but it cannot give me a body of my own. But there is something that can; something that, conveniently enough, lies in your pocket! Hermione: [after Hermione and Harry sink in the Devil's Snare, Ron is still panicking] He's not relaxing, is he? Harry: Apparently not. Hermione: I've gotta do something! Harry: What? Hermione: Oh, I remember reading something in herbology... um... Ron: Hel-! Hermione: Devil's Snare, Devil's Snare..."It's deadly fun, but will sulk in the sun!" That's it! Devil's Snare hates sunlight! Lumos Solem! [she conjures a type of sunlight from her wand; Ron falls to the ground below] Harry: Ron, you okay? Ron: Yeah. Harry: Okay. Ron: [sigh] Lucky we didn't panic. Harry: Lucky Hermione pays attention in herbology. Hagrid: [after telling Harry, Ron and Hermione how to get past fluffy] Oh! I shouldn't have said that. Dimpled Woman on Train: Anything from the trolly, dears? Ron: [Holding up his sandwiches] No thanks, i'm all set. Harry: [Taking some coins out of his pocket] We'll take the lot! Ron: Whoa! Hermione: I'm Hermione Granger and you're Harry Potter! [to Ron] And you are? Ron: [with his mouth full] Ron Weasley. Hermione: [frowning] Pleasure.

Other Titles

  1. Harry Potter (2000) (ENG)
    (USA) (working title)

  2. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001) (ENG)
    (Australia) (imdb display title)

  3. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001) (ENG)
    (Canada: English title)

  4. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001) (ENG)
    (International: English title) (imdb display title)

  5. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001) (ENG)
    (UK) (imdb display title)

  6. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) (ENG)
    (USA) (imdb display title)

  7. Harry Potter e la pietra filosofale (2001) (ENG)
    (Italy)

  8. Harry Potter und der Stein der Weisen (2001) (ENG)
    (Germany)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Alnwick Castle, Alnwick, Northumberland, England, UK - (Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry: broomstick flying lessons)
  2. Australia House, Strand, London, England, UK - (Gringotts Bank: interior)
  3. Black Park, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England, UK - (dark forest)
  4. Bodleian Library, Broad Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK
  5. Christ Church College, St Aldate's, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK
  6. Divinity School, Bodleian Library, Broad Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK - (Hogwarts School, sanatorium scenes)
  7. Duke Humfrey's Library, Bodleian Library, Broad Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK - (Hogwarts School, library scenes)
  8. Durham Cathedral, Durham, County Durham, England, UK
  9. Glen Nevis, Fort William, Highland, Scotland, UK - (Quidditch scenes: background landscape)
  10. Glenfinnan Viaduct, Fort William, Highland, Scotland, UK
  11. Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England, UK - (Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry: exterior scenes)
  12. Goathland Station, Goathland, North Yorkshire, England, UK - (Hogsmeade station)
  13. Harrow School, Harrow, Middlesex, England, UK
  14. King's Cross Station, King's Cross, London, England, UK - (Platform 9¾)
  15. Lacock Abbey, Lacock, Wiltshire, England, UK
  16. Leadenhall Market, Lime Street, Broadgate, London, England, UK
  17. London Zoo, Regent's Park, London, England, UK - (Harry releases the snake from the Reptile House)
  18. Pedestrian Bridge, York Station, York, North Yorkshire, England, UK - (Hagrid passes ticket for Platform 9¾ to Harry)
  19. Pickering Station, Pickering, North Yorkshire, England, UK
  20. Picket Post Close, Martin's Heron, Bracknell, Berkshire, England, UK - (Privet Drive, Harry's aunt and uncle's house)
  21. St. Pancras Station, St. Pancras, London, England, UK - (exterior of King's Cross Station)
  22. West Highland Railway Line, Scotland, UK - (Train journey to Hogwarts)

Trivia

- 'Robbie Coltrane' (qv) was the very first person to be cast.

- 'Richard Harris (I)' (qv) only agreed to taking the part of Albus Dumbledore after his eleven year old granddaughter threatened never to speak to him again. 'Patrick McGoohan' (qv) was originally offered the role but had turned it down due to health reasons. Ironically, Harris had health issues of his own, dying of Hodgkin's lymphoma shortly before the release of _Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)_ (qv).

- Author 'J.K. Rowling' (qv) insisted that the principal cast be British and she got her wish, with two exceptions - 'Richard Harris (I)' (qv) was, of course, Irish, and 'Zoë Wanamaker' (qv), though she has made her name as a "British" actress, was actually born in the United States, which is also the case of 'Emma Watson (II)' (qv) who was born in France. Other non-Brits in the cast include 'Verne Troyer' (qv), born in Michigan, USA, who plays Griphook (the second Goblin in Gringots' Bank) and 'Chris Columbus' (qv) daughter, 'Eleanor Columbus' (qv), who played Susan Bones.

- The trouble-making poltergeist Peeves (played by 'Rik Mayall' (qv)) does not, in the end, appear in the movie nor in deleted

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