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Deleted scenes “Harry Potter”

Scenes from: “ Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”, “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”, “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”

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get to know me meme | [1/5] favourite movies - “Billy Elliot” (2000)

Sorta feels good. Sorta stiff and that, but once I get going… then I like, forget everything. And… sorta disappear. Sorta disappear. Like I feel a change in my whole body. And I’ve got this fire in my body. I’m just there. Flyin’ like a bird. Like electricity. Yeah, like electricity.

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TVLine | Outlander Season 2 Costumes: Back in Scotland

The plaid that Claire wears during her time with the army is called an arisaid, and if it looks like she just wrapped one of Jamie’s pieces around her body… well, she kinda did. “It is a woman’s kilt,” Dresbach says. “Everybody thinks of them as these little, pleated skirts. And a kilt is such a different thing. It’s a giant, long piece of fabric that’s more like a sari; it’s wrapped and twisted and all these different things are done with it.”

Because Caitriona Balfe is in so many scenes — many of them shot outside in Scotland’s famously damp weather — “we’re always trying to figure out how to keep her warm,” the costume designer adds. “And the smartest way to keep her warm is the way she would’ve kept warm in the 18th century, and that is the arisaid. It was like, ‘She needs something like the guys have. Oh! Why not use something like the guys have?’”

Dresbach on Claire’s tartan: “When we designed all of our tartans, we looked at the plants and berries and roots and things of that geographical location and picked our dye from there. In the 18th century there would’ve been different weavers in different villages, and we figured that their color palate would’ve been very similar. There would’ve been some wiggle room. There weren’t tartans the way we see it in the Victorian time, like 'This is Clan MacKenzie! This is Clan Fraser!’ We did do a nod to that; Clan Fraser has a bit of a red stripe woven in and MacKenzie has blue, also because some of those colors can be more expensive in order to get the depth of color. But yes, she’s just wearing one of our generic Outlandertartans. It was something we designed and wove.”

When Colum reappeared at the Jacobite camp, the show sneakily telegraphed the ailing laird’s pain by using an old costume in a new way. “See that long quilted robe he has on? He wore that in Season 1. It’s lined with rabbit fur. The idea I had for that was I wanted this to be a garment that Colum had made for himself,” Dresbach says. “He’s in so much pain. People in that kind of pain, you often hear them say, 'My skin hurts…’ So I lined it with fur, because the idea is that it would be really soft next to his skin. And the quilting on the outside was to give an indication of warmth, that he might be cold a lot of the time. And yet it’s a very regal bathrobe. [Laughs]” She notes that the head of Clan MacKenzie wore the robe in private in Season 1, “but by Season 2, he has degenerated enough to the point that it is now a public garment. You get the feeling that he is in complete pain all the time. The formalities are really breaking down with him as the disease takes over. It’s a lovely little character moment that I really enjoy.”

For the scenes that called for Black Jack Randall to be out of his captain’s uniform, Dresbach and her team wanted to maintain his rigid style. “A lot of military men, you see them even in modern day, when they’re out of uniform it’s almost as if they’re still in it. There’s a formality to a man who’s used to being dressed in the most formal way possible,” she says. “With Black Jack, we wanted him to carry that same clean, elegant look. It was an interesting thing to do, to figure out what does he look like not in uniform. It’s very odd.”

She adds: “Ron [Moore, showrunner] has always said, ’[Randall] is a military man, and he’s formed by his military experience.’ I wanted to keep that personality. He’s not suddenly going to go into some version of jeans and a tee shirt or whatever that is in the 18th century!”

“For Charlie, we wanted to follow the paintings we’ve seen of him. And the paintings we’ve seen of him were really quite over the top and flamboyant,” Dresbach says of dressing the prince in bright hues that make him standout from the rest of his army. “You’ve seen what generals and kings and nobility wore to war and it’s like, wow. You could not get away with that right now. Your men would turn on you and be like, 'What the hell do you think you’re doing?’ But then, they really looked to their leaders to be as over-the-top and bigger-than-life as possible.”

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Andrea’s favorite movies

Billy Elliot (2000)

“Don’t know. Sorta feels good. Sorta stiff and that, but once I get going… then I like, forget everything. And… sorta disappear. Sorta disappear. Like I feel a change in my whole body. And I’ve got this fire in my body. I’m just there. Flyin’ like a bird. Like electricity. Yeah, like electricity.”

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Deleted Scenes…”Harry Potter”…

Scenes from: “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”,“Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”,“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince“, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1″, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2″