- Hermione Granger used this spell on Harry Potter while he was practicing the [[Shield Charm]] for the Third Task of the Triwizard Tournament.
- Vincent Crabbe was hit with this jinx, in combination with Furnunculus, by Harry and George Weasley, causing little tentacles to sprout all over his face.
Behind the scenes
- The Jelly-Legs Jinx seems to share some similarities with Tarantallegra, although the effects as described are slightly different; Tarantallegra makes the victim's legs thrash about uncontrollably, whereas this spell makes their legs shake.
- In the GBC video game adaptation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, this spell is used to immobilize the opponent until they are hit with another spell.
- When asked whether anything in the series reflects any of her childhood fantasies, author J. K. Rowling says, "...who wouldn't want to be able to use the Jelly-Legs Curse?". This seemingly confirms that it is a curse, rather than a jinx.
- There have been various mistranslations of this spell's name, such as "Jell-O Legs", "Jam Legs", "Broken Legs" and "Twisted Limping Legs", in the Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese versions of the books
- Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (Name only)
- Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game) (First appearance)
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Notes and references
|Spells included in the book: Full Body-Bind Curse · Leg-Locker Curse · Jelly-Legs Curse · Pimple Jinx · Stickfast Hex · Tickling Hex · Tongue-Tying Curse · Hair Loss Curse|