The Fat Lady Sings | Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

The Fat Lady Sings | Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban


Fortuna Major. Here, listen. She just won’t let me in. Fortuna Major. No, no. Wait. Wait. Watch this. [sings] [screams] Amazing, just like my voice. Fortuna Major. Yes, all right. Go in. Thank you. She can’t even sing. Exactly. Hey man. Oh!

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  1. I love this scene cause it just represents the daily life of a Hogwarts student, and I think everyone would like to learn at Hogwarts ❤️

  2. Half the comments are like: she said Plebs!, the other half are like: did you see Voldemort!?

  3. She The and woman who has came a woman who has also came a woman who has came a woman woman who has also a woman woman who has also came

  4. Idk why but I can’t help but cracking up at 0:52–0:54 when the ghost walks over Dean and his reaction “aghh aghh get lost!” 😂😂😂🤣🤣

  5. I'll never get over the knight in the background at 0:27 reacting to the 'singing' and then at 0:36 when he's walking through paintings like his face makes me die every time

  6. 0:10…….Man there's a Voldemort Portraight on the right in this movie before his official appearance in Goblet of Fire
    MAGIC isnt it😮😮😮😮

  7. Remember that this is the third book, and Voldemort doesn’t have a proper form at this point (not until the fourth movie). Then look at 0:09 and you can see the dark lord portrait as they go up the stairs.

  8. Seen other people comment this already but if deserves to be noticed.

    After Seamus rejoined the guys and leaned against the bannister, it looks like he holds hands with Dean. You see their hands move apart to cover their ears at around 0:27

  9. Oh you here It back through The Forth Wall Squirl, Just like a Chimpmunk in suspense, And you to Deadpool. 🐇

  10. Why'd they move the entire Gryffindor commons room to a different part of the castle? The entrance wasn't in the main stairwell in the first two movies.

  11. I don't know if anyone spotted this but at the bit when they are going up the stairs if you look closely you can see a portrait of 'he who must not be named' (Voldermort)

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