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Fluffy (formerly) In the first film, Harry, Ron and Hermione access the third-floor corridor from the Grand we met him in the entrance hall - he already knew - he just said, 'Harry's gone after him, hasn't he?' and hurtled off to the third floor. Here's an event movie that holds up to being an event. This filmed version of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, adapted from the wildly popular book by J.K. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone () on IMDb: Plot summary, At Hogwarts, Harry meets his teachers, and becomes friends with Ron Weasley a bewitched Quidditch match (Quidditch is a popular wizard sport), Fluffy, the . Movie Wars Episode VIIIIIIV: The Half-Blood Deadly Hallows and Where to Find Them.
Hermione sees Snape staring at Harry and mouthing words, making her believe that Snape has caused the broom to misbehave with a dark curse.Fluffy Wakes Up - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Hoping to save Harry, Hermione sets Snape's robes on fire, distracting him and others and allowing Harry to survive and make Gryffindor win the match. Later Hagrid slips on the trio a name when confronted about his knowledge of Fluffy, Nicholas Flamel.
At Christmas, Harry receives an Invisibility Cloak, once belonging to his father, which renders its wearer invisible. Harry uses it to explore the Restricted Section in the library to research information on Nicolas Flamel, but finds a screaming book. Harry discovers a magical mirror which shows him a vision of his deceased parents. Dumbledore encounters Harry looking at the mirror and tells that it is the Mirror of Erisedwhich shows a desire of one's heart and how it could not help much when people wasted their lives after being driven mad by it.
He then moves the mirror and advises Harry against searching for it again. When term resumes, the trio assume that someone is trying to get past the dog. Eventually, Harry learns that Nicolas Flamel is the only known maker of the Philosopher's Stonewhich produces the Elixir of Life which will make the drinker immortal. Hagrid, Hermione discovers that the dog is guarding the stone itself. Harry concludes that Snape is trying to obtain the stone.
That night, the trio visit Hagrid's hut to get more information. There they discover a dragon egg which hatches a Norwegian Ridgeback dragon, that Hagrid names as "Norbert".
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The three convince Hagrid to let Norbert go live with other dragons of his kind in Romania but are caught by Draco. On their way back to the Common Room, they are confronted by McGonagall who takes them and Draco to the transfiguration classroom.
After McGonagall reprimands them for their actions, the four are given detention with Hagrid in the Forbidden Forest. At the forest, as everyone splits up to find a dead unicorn, Harry and Draco encounter a hooded figure drinking a unicorn's blood for its healing properties. While Draco flees in fear with Fang in tow, the hooded figure then attempts to attack Harry, only to be scared off by an arriving centaur named Firenzea close friend of Hagrid's.
Harry concludes that the hooded figure was a weakened Voldemort and that Snape is trying to get the stone to restore Voldemort to full strength. After hearing from Hagrid that the dog will fall asleep if played music and that he revealed this to a man in a local pub, Harry, Ron and Hermione conclude that Snape was the man in the pub and attempt to warn Dumbledore.
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Upon learning that he is away on business, the trio conclude that Snape will attempt to steal the stone that night and resolve to find the stone before Snape does. The trio, after bypassing Fluffy, face a series of obstacles: The trio use their skills to overcome the obstacles: Hermione uses her knowledge of spells to get past the plant, Devil's Snare ; Harry uses his skills as a Seeker to get past the keys and catch the one that unlocks the door; and Ron uses his skill at chess to win the chess match.
However, Ron is nearly killed in the chess match and Hermione stays with him as Harry goes on ahead alone. Quirrell reveals that he let the troll in, tried to kill Harry in the Quidditch match and that Snape has been protecting Harry all along while trying to stop Quirrell.
Due to an enchantment placed by Dumbledore, Harry finds the stone in his pocket after looking in the mirror. After trying to get Harry to answer what he has seen in the mirror, Quirrell removes his turban and reveals a weakened Voldemort to be living on the back of his head. Harry tries to escape but Quirrell starts a fire by clicking his fingers to prevent his escape.
Voldemort tries to convince Harry to give him the stone by pledging to bring his parents back from the dead, but Harry refuses. Quirrell then tries to kill him but Harry's touch prevents him from hurting him and causes him to turn into dust and die. When Harry gets up, Voldemort's spirit forms and passes through Harry, knocking him unconscious before fleeing. Harry wakes up at the school's hospital wing. This does not cause any kind of plot hole in the fifth film when the concept of Thestrals is introduced because Harry sees Cedric Diggory die at the end of the fourth film.
Discovering Fluffy HarryRonHermione and Neville are tricked by Draco Malfoy to leave their dormitory at night to attend a wizard's duel. Malfoy doesn't show up, and instead alerts Argus Filch to the fact that there are four students out of bed after hours. As they run to evade Filch, they land in the room in which Fluffy is stored. HarryRon and Hermione wind up in the forbidden corridor when the staircase they are walking up moves.
They run from Argus Filchwhose cat Mrs. Norris senses the three students.
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They land in the room in which Fluffy is stored. Draco Malfoy Draco is the first fellow Hogwarts student that Harry ever meets. They don't learn each other's names until later on, but after Draco insults Hagrida character whom by now Harry has grown rather fond of, Harry starts to choose not to be friends with Draco.
Later on, when Draco tries to convince Harry that he'd be a better person to be friends with than RonHarry makes his wish to remain friends with Ron and not with Draco clear. Harry doesn't meet Draco until they get to school, but Draco still looks down upon the Weasley familyoften known as "blood traitors," and Harry still chooses not to be friends with him.