How Harry Potter Characters Were Portrayed in the Movies vs. How J. K. Rowling Imagined Them

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11. Rufus Scrimgeour — lion-like

How Harry Potter Characters Were Portrayed in the Movies vs. How J. K. Rowling Imagined Them

In the book, Rufus resembled an old lion because of his “mane” of graying ginger hair and his style of clothing. He wore wire-rimmed glasses and limped. Despite his disagreements with Harry, Scrimgeour did resemble a lion: the symbol of Gryffindor. He’s got all the courage in the world.

12. Harry Potter — dishevelled and green-eyed

How Harry Potter Characters Were Portrayed in the Movies vs. How J. K. Rowling Imagined Them

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Harry has his mother’s green eyes, and the wild hair that refuses to be styled came from his father. Unfortunately, these important aspects weren’t reflected in the Harry Potter series. However, Daniel Radcliffe has still done a great job playing the little wizard with his own eye color.

13. Hermione — lush hair and long front teeth

How Harry Potter Characters Were Portrayed in the Movies vs. How J. K. Rowling Imagined Them

Hermione is like an 11-year-old J. K. Rowling. The author chose a thick bush of chestnut hair and large front teeth (which she reduced in her second year when Malfoy’s spell ricocheted into her) to be this little sweetheart’s distinguishing features. Nevertheless, Emma Watson has very nice teeth from the very first movie.

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