Book V.S Film

In the book of Philosopher's Stone Quirrell is not being possessed by Voldermort at the the point he breaks into Gringotts, it is only after Quirrell fails to obtain the stone that Voldermort decides he must keep a "closer eye on him" (as Quirrell expains to Harry in chapter 17, the man with two faces). I'm bring this up as the article say's Quirrell wouldn't have had the abillity to break into Gringotts-

"Although there are conflicting viewpoints of Quirrell's intelligence and magical powers, even if he were rather skilled it would still be very unlikely that he would have been able to break in alone, it is most likely that due to his "merge" with Lord Voldemort he was able to tap into and access Voldemort's great powers in order to carry out the dangerous task."

I want to rewrite this article to keep it more inline with the books version of events and not the films. Any comments/objections? --Darth Jadious 14:41, 19 August 2009 (UTC)


I suggest this be renamed to "Break-in at Gringotts" or else "Break-in at Gringotts (1991)", the former title being preferable, because it is called such in the Daily Prophet in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (film), as seen in the infobox image. --Hunnie Bunn (talk) 13:08, March 15, 2014 (UTC)