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11 March, 2013
- ...that the oldest recorded wizard reached the age of 755 in 1991, even though wizard life expectancy in Britain only reached 137¾ years in the mid-1990s?
17 February, 2013
- ...that in a Quidditch game in 1921, Tutshill Tornados Seeker Roderick Plumpton caught the Golden Snitch in only three and a half seconds?
11 February, 2013
- ...that Muggle-born witches and wizards inherit their magical ability from a Squib ancestor?
- ...that the broom-sport of Quodpot is more popular in the United States rather than the traditional European Quidditch?
15 January, 2013
- ...that when Alfonso Cuarón became director for Prisoner of Azkaban, in order to acquaint himself with the three leads, he asked each of them to write an essay about their characters from a first-person perspective. True to character, Emma Watson (Hermione) wrote a 16-page essay, Daniel Radcliffe (Harry) wrote a simple one-page summary, and Rupert Grint (Ron) never turned his in.
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