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'''''Pokery & Hocus Pocus''''' was a book written by [[Brian Gagwilde]]. It was published by [[Luca Books]].<ref>"[http://goldenagedames.wordpress.com/2011/06/14/the-dames-hit-hollywood-day-four-warner-brothers-studio/ The Dames Hit Hollywood! Day Four: Warner Brothers Studio]" from An Elegant Obsession blog</ref>
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{{Quote|Irritate your friends with this range of mischief-making spells|Description|Pottermore}}
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'''''Jiggery Pokery and Hocus Pocus''''' was a book written by [[Brian Gagwilde]]. It was published by [[Luca Books]].<ref>"[http://goldenagedames.wordpress.com/2011/06/14/the-dames-hit-hollywood-day-four-warner-brothers-studio/ The Dames Hit Hollywood! Day Four: Warner Brothers Studio]" from An Elegant Obsession blog</ref> A copy was seen on the floor in a room in [[Hogwarts: A History|Hogwarts]], near the [[One-Eyed Witch Passage|one-eyed witch statue]].
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==Behind the scenes==
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[[File:Pokery&HocusPocus.jpg|150px|left|thumb|The spine of the book, as seen in the [[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban]]'']]
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*This book was featured for the first time in canon in the [[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban]]'', where it was called "''Pokery & Hocus Pocus''". ''[[Pottermore]]'', however, later gave its name as "''Jiggery Pokery and Hocus Pocus''".
   
 
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (film)]]''<ref name="PAf">''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (film)]]'' - see [[:File:PoAbooks.jpg|this image]]</ref> {{1st}}
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (film)]]''<ref name="PAf">''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (film)]]'' - see [[:File:PoAbooks.jpg|this image]]</ref> {{1st}} {{Comment|Seen as "Pokery & Hocus Pocus"}}
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*''[[Pottermore]]'' {{1stID}}
   
 
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[[fr:Sortilèges malicieux pour sorciers farceur]]
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According to J.K. Rowling at the Edinburgh Book Festival (J.K. Rowling at the Edinburgh Book Festival (15 August, 2004) source), headmasters only get their portrait hung in the office if they die holding the title of headmaster. As Armando Dippet was headmaster from at least 1943 until being succeeded by Albus Dumbledore, Professor Gagwilde must have died at some point before 1943. Unless the book was published posthumously, it would have been published before then.
 
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Latest revision as of 21:19, December 5, 2015

"Irritate your friends with this range of mischief-making spells"
—Description[src]

Jiggery Pokery and Hocus Pocus was a book written by Brian Gagwilde. It was published by Luca Books.[1] A copy was seen on the floor in a room in Hogwarts, near the one-eyed witch statue.

Behind the scenesEdit

Pokery&amp;HocusPocus

The spine of the book, as seen in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

AppearancesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

According to J.K. Rowling at the Edinburgh Book Festival (J.K. Rowling at the Edinburgh Book Festival (15 August, 2004) source), headmasters only get their portrait hung in the office if they die holding the title of headmaster. As Armando Dippet was headmaster from at least 1943 until being succeeded by Albus Dumbledore, Professor Gagwilde must have died at some point before 1943. Unless the book was published posthumously, it would have been published before then.

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