Peter Pettigrew

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Dolohov - Notable Death Eaters - Peter Pettigrew
... "Peter Pettigrew" redirects here ... For the Canadian politician, see Pierre Pettigrew ... Peter Pettigrew, nicknamed Wormtail, is the only Death Eater known to have been in a House other than Slytherin (Gryffindor) while at Hogwarts ...
Timothy Spall - Filmography
... Poe Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 2004 Peter Pettigrew Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 2005 Peter Pettigrew Cherished 2005 Terry Cannings Television film Mr ... Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 2007 Peter Pettigrew uncredited Enchanted 2007 Nathaniel Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street 2007 Beadle Bamford A Room with a View)A Room ... Fagin Television serial Appaloosa 2008 Phil Olson Damned United, TheThe Damned United 2009 Peter Taylor Nominated — London Film Critics' Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor ...
Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban (film) - Plot
... to Voldemort and murdering their mutual friend Peter Pettigrew by blowing him up ... Late at night, Harry is reading the Marauder's map, when he notices Peter Pettigrew's name on it ... He follows Pettigrew, on the map, but is unable to see him anywhere ...
HP3 - Plot
... responsibility for Harry's parents' deaths, as well as for the death of another Hogwarts student, Peter Pettigrew, who was blown to bits, leaving only a finger ... a student at Hogwarts, his best friends, James Potter, Sirius Black, and Peter Pettigrew, became Animagi (humans able to take on animal forms) so that they ... then explain that the real murderer of Harry's parents is not Black, but Peter Pettigrew, who has been presumed dead but really hidden all these years disguised as Scabbers ...

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