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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Quotes

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'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' quotes are numerous and memorable. Given that 'Deathly Hallows Part 1' and 2 are the last books, and movies, in the wildly popular Harry Potter series, that's not surprising, now is it? As we bid a weepy 'goodbye' to Harry, we must bask in the gloriousness (is that a word?) that is 'Deathly Hallows.' Quotes from Harry himself are always worth listing, but we're also throwing in a hefty dose of dialogue from his buddies, Hermione and Ron, his enemies, including the evil Lord Voldemort, and his mentor - Dumbledore. May he rest in peace.

Check out some of the best quotes from 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.' Don't see your favorite? Add it! Feel free to add to this list, so we'll have the most comprehensive collection of 'Deathly Hallows' quotes around!
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    Polyjuice: Seven Harry Potters

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    Alastor 'Mad-Eye' Moody: (hands out Polyjuice Potion) "Fair warning, it tastes like goblin piss."
    Fred Weasley: "Have lots of experiences with that, do you, Mad-Eye?"
    (Moody glares at Fred)
    Fred Weasley: "Just trying to diffuse the tension."

    In one of the (rare) funny moments of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1,' the gang takes polyjuice to throw the Death Eaters off of Harry's trail when they move him. This particular scene also includes Fleur (as Harry) begging everyone not to look at her, as she's "hideous!"
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  • 2

    The Awkward Hug

    This is probably the most memorable scene in the movie.
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    Why Do You Live?

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    Lord Voldemort: "Why do you live?"
    Harry Potter: "Because I have something worth living for."

    Harry, 1 Voldemort: Zero. Harry has always had something worth living for - something that Voldemort can never understand. He doesn't 'get' love. He never will.
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    Security Problem

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    Snape: (to the Hogwart's students) "If anyone here knows any knowledge of Mr. Potter's movements this evening, I invite them to step forward... now."
    Harry Potter: (Stepping out of the crowd) "It seems despite your exhaustive defensive strategies, you still have a bit of a security problem, Headmaster."

    Woo hoo! Anytime Harry one-ups Professor Severus Snape, it's reason to cheer. Even if it puts him in major danger.
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