麻豆传媒映画收费由昔立志导演。空一可，冠谷丝，贸泽语主演的一部电影....主要讲述的是：“Harry slept in again,” said Ron, setting his pile down and walking over to her. “Like usual.” “Hey, it’s not my fault you take so long to wake me up,” grinned Harry, sitting down next to them with his stack nearby....... 收起
"Good man, Harry!" roared Hagrid. "Right then -- let's see howyeh get on with Buckbeak." He untied one of the chains, pulled the gray hippogriff away fromits fellows, and slipped off its leather collar. The class on theother side of the paddock seemed to be holding its breath. Malfoy'seyes were narrowed maliciously.
“Nope,” said Harry. “No Rons are in here.” “Wait just a second,” said Hermione, stepping in. “What’s that?” “What?” “That!” she said, pointing to Ron’s bed. Harry turned, and saw on his pillow a small note, written on a torn piece of parchment. Harry walked over to it and read it off. It was written in extremely beautiful handwriting in red ink that dripped ever so slightly, giving the smallest appearance of blood trickling down.
Later that night, as storms rocked the Interceptor, Will Turner struggled to keep his footing. The ship pitched and dipped as waves buffeted her sides, while above, the sails flapped angrily in the wind. Standing at the wheel, Jack stared down at his Compass, oblivious to the rain that soaked his jacket and poured off the corners of his hat. Despite the poor conditions, the captain seemed sure of himself and his heading.
Gornuk laughed again and even Dirk gave a dry chuckle. “Dean and I are still missing something here,” said Ted. “So is Severus Snape, though he does not know it,” said Griphook, and the twogoblins roared with malicious laughter. Inside the tent Harry’s breathing was shallowwith excitement: He and Hermione stared at each other, listening as hard as they could. “Didn’t you hear about that, Ted?” asked Dirk. “About the kids who tried to stealGryffindor’s sword out of Snape’s office at Hogwarts?” An electric current seemed to course through Harry, jangling his every nerve as hestood rooted to the spot. “Never heard a word,” said Ted, “Not in the Prophet, was it?” “Hardly,” chortled Dirk. “Griphook here told me, he heard about it from BillWeasley who works for the bank. One of the kids who tried to take the sword was Bill’syounger sister.” Harry glanced toward Hermione and Ron, both of whom were clutching theExtendable Ears as tightly as lifelines. “She and a couple of friends got into Snape’s office and smashed open the glasscase where he was apparently keeping the sword. Snape caught them as they were tryingto smuggle it down the staircase. “Ah, God bless ‘em,” said Ted. “What did they think, that they’d be able to usethe sword on You-Know-Who? Or on Snape himself? “Well, whatever they thought they were going to do with it, Snape decided thesword wasn’t safe where it was,” said Dirk. “Couple of days later, once he’d got the say-so from You-Know-Who, I imagine, he sent it down to London to be kept in Gringottsinstead.” The goblins started to laugh again. “I’m still not seeing the joke,” said Ted. “It’s a fake,” rasped Griphook. “The sword of Gryffindor!” “Oh yes. It is a copy—en excellent copy, it is true—but it was Wizard-made. Theoriginal was forged centuries ago by goblins and had certain properties only goblin-madearmor possesses. Wherever the genuine sword of Gryffindor is, it is not in a vault atGringotts bank.” “I see,” said Ted. “And I take it you didn’t bother telling the Death Eaters this/’ “I saw no reason to trouble them with the information,” said Griphook smugly,and now Ted and Dean joined in Gornuk and Dirk’s laughter. Inside the tent, Harry closed his eyes, willing someone to ask the question heneeded answered, and after a minute that seemed ten, Dean obliged: he was (Harryremembered with a jolt) an ex-boyfriend of Ginny’s too. “What happened to Ginny and all the others? The ones who tried to steal it?” “Oh, they were punished, and cruelly,” said Griphook indifferently. “They’re okay, though?” asked Ted quickly, “I mean, the Weasleys don’t needany more of their kids injured, do they?” “They suffered no serious injury, as far as I am aware,” said Griphook. “Lucky for them,” said Ted. “With Snape’s track record I suppose we should justbe glad they’re still alive.” “You believe that story, then, do you, Ted?” asked Dirk.” You believe Snapekilled Dumbledore? “Course I do,” said Ted. “You’re not going to sit there and tell me you thinkPotter had anything to do with it?” “Hard to know what to believe these days,” muttered Dirk. “I know Harry Potter,” said Dean. “And I reckon he’s the real thing—the ChosenOne, or whatever you want to call it.” “Yeah, there’s a lot would like to believe he’s that, son,” said Dirk, “me included.