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  • An anagram for a certain Harry Potter character. More anagrams for the same character can be found in my LJ post here.

    July 14, 2008

  • Severus Snape. C'mon, gimme something harder!

    July 14, 2008

  • Snape. Snape. Severus Snape.

    DUMBLEDORE!

    July 14, 2008

  • Oh, come on. Has everyone read "Harry Potter"?

    Again, my efforts at being unique have been ruthlessly thwarted. Sheesh.

    To bilby – well, you asked for it. Here's something harder, tailored for you: name at least three songs, where we can hear Alan Rickman's voice (you, of course, don't know who AR is, I presume), one song clip in which he dances rather spectacularly, and all this without mentioning that certain movie with Johnny Depp even once. I see you're stumped, now.

    July 15, 2008

  • Wot? You don't believe I'm an old Tubular Bells fan? Can't tango on demand? Am averse to jugular-popping cinema?

    July 15, 2008

  • Oh, come on. Has everyone read "Harry Potter"?

    Considering Deathly Hallows was the fastest selling book in history, does that question even need to be asked?

    Oh, Alan. *swoon*

    July 15, 2008

  • I haven't read any of them. And I won't, until all the movies are out and I've seen them all. And I know for a fact I'm not alone. So the answer to your question is yes, there are people who haven't read the books yet. :)

    That said, I join you in swooning over Alan. *swoon*

    July 15, 2008

  • Not only have I not read any Harry Potter - they're for kids - I haven't read any Lord of the Rings either. Whoever they're for, it's not me.

    Nor seen any of the films either

    July 15, 2008

  • To Bilby – well done! (I knew you would know, I was just egging you on). Here's another one: Refuse To Dance by Charlie Dore, speaking voice Alan Rickman, "Time Goes By", 1995. And one more: Sun Ain't Gonna Shine by Alan Rickman & Juliet Stevenson in "Truly, Madly, Deeply".

    And, seeing as everyone else is doing it, *swoon*

    July 16, 2008

  • What's that c_b? You won't read the books until you've seen the movies? That's sacrilege of the highest order. I'm afraid that's an Abomination. Books always come first.

    July 16, 2008