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Prop And Wardrobe Details Fans Noticed About Hogwarts Professors

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Fashion and props in the Harry Potter universe can be wonderfully odd, with large pointy hats and long robes in various hues worn by most. And yet, I bet there are some details you've never noticed before!

For example, we all know Umbridge loves to wear pink, but did you know that the shades of pink get darker as she gains power? Or that imposter Professor Moody's real identity was hinted at in the foe-glass? A few dedicated fans have found these hidden gems about the props and wardrobe details of Hogwarts professors, and some of the ones on this list will have you doing a full double take. 

Curious to find out more? Read on and vote up your favorites!

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    Umbridge's Bows Have Skulls On Them

    From Redditor u/Frauli:

    In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the details on the Professor Umbridge's bows and cuffs are actually skulls with diamond eyes.

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    Imposter Moody's True Identity As Barty Crouch Jr Is Hinted At 

    From Redditor u/bigbadbeardo:

    In Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire (2005) Moody tells Harry about the Foe-Glass and reflections of Barty Crouch Sr appear, as Moody isn't actually Moody, he is Barty Crouch Jr. 

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    Snape Shows A Rare Soft Side By Removing His Cloak 

    From former Redditor u/[deleted]:

    In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005), when Harry brings back Cedric's body, Snape covers him with his cloak, which Cedric's father then removes to look at his son. This is why he wasn't wearing it when they capture Barty Crouch Jr.

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    Hagrid's Wand/Pink Umbrella Is A Testament To The Power Of The Elder Wand 

    From Redditor u/aaronitmar:

    We know that in Hagrid's third year he was framed by Voldemort and subsequently expelled, with the result that his wand was snapped in half. He was, of course, allowed to keep the pieces... We learn in both Chamber of Secrets and Deathly Hallows that wand repair is difficult or impossible. The magic from a broken or 'repaired' wand will be feeble at best, and any moderate to powerful spells can cause the wand to fall apart again. 

    But Dumbledore had the Elder Wand, which we know can restore broken wands to a fully functioning state. So he repaired Hagrid's wand and hid it in the umbrella for use in picking up Harry...

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