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This undated image provided by Warner Bros. Entertainment via the Pacific Science Center shows Kreacher, the Black family house-elf, as seen in Grimmauld Place in "Harry Potter and the in the Order of the Phoenix," part of "Harry Potter: The Exhibition." The exhibition is a showcase filled with the imagery evoked in J.K. Rowling's seven-part series about an orphan named Harry who discovers he is part of a mostly hidden magical world. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Entertainment via the Pacific Science Center)
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This undated image provided by Warner Bros. Entertainment via the Pacific Science Center shows Kreacher, the Black family house-elf, as seen in Grimmauld Place in "Harry Potter and the in the Order of the Phoenix," part of "Harry Potter: The Exhibition." The exhibition is a showcase filled with the imagery evoked in J.K. Rowling's seven-part series about an orphan named Harry who discovers he is part of a mostly hidden magical world. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Entertainment via the Pacific Science Center)

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