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50 Greatest Deleted Scenes Of All Time

15. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)

The Deleted Scene: Professor Flitwick conducts the school choir as they sing a haunting rendition of In Noctem, clouds gathering over Hogwarts as Snape ponders the task that lies ahead…



If They Had Left It In: It would have hinted at Snape’s reluctance to kill Dumbledore, which happens shortly after. Too much of a giveaway for those unfamiliar with the books? Perhaps.

For more great deleted scenes, including shorn footage from Star Wars, The Dark Knight, Lord Of The Rings and Shaun Of The Dead, follow this link.

 Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Snape featurette online 
There is something about Alan Rickman as Professor Severus Snape that makes us grateful we never had to study potions at school…

Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Snape featurette online

There is something about Alan Rickman as Professor Severus Snape that makes us grateful we never had to study potions at school…

100 Greatest Harry Potter Moments
99. McGonagall’s Dance LessonHarry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire (2005)The Moment: In preparation for the Yule Ball, Professor McGonagall attempts to teach her young charges a little decorum, starting with an impromptu walz lesson, assisted by a thoroughly embarrassed Ron. With much of McGonagall’s role revolving around House discipline, its nice to see her enjoying a bit of humour for a change.Better On Film? Maggie Smith has one of the less showy roles in the series, but she is never less than excellent whenever she is on-screen. This laugh-out-loud scene is no different.

100 Greatest Harry Potter Moments

99. McGonagall’s Dance Lesson

Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire (2005)

The Moment: In preparation for the Yule Ball, Professor McGonagall attempts to teach her young charges a little decorum, starting with an impromptu walz lesson, assisted by a thoroughly embarrassed Ron. With much of McGonagall’s role revolving around House discipline, its nice to see her enjoying a bit of humour for a change.

Better On Film? Maggie Smith has one of the less showy roles in the series, but she is never less than excellent whenever she is on-screen. This laugh-out-loud scene is no different.