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BOY wizard Harry Potter is menaced by a ferocious Hungarian Horntail horn·tail  
n.
Any of various sawflies of the family Siricidae, the female of which has a long stout ovipositor.
 dragon in his latest movie adventure. And as the latest pictures from the set of Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire are released, star Daniel Radcliffe has revealed the filming of the scene was nearly as terrifying.

He had to slide down a 50ft roof to battle the dragon as part of a Triwizard Tournament challenge to steal a golden egg.

Daniel, 16, said: "I was on a wire going so fast that my mind didn't have time to catch up with my body and go, 'Wow, I'm falling.' "It was fun after the first take. But at the beginning, I was absolutely terrified ter·ri·fy  
tr.v. ter·ri·fied, ter·ri·fy·ing, ter·ri·fies
1. To fill with terror; make deeply afraid. See Synonyms at frighten.

2. To menace or threaten; intimidate.
."

The fourth Potter film is released in November and promises to bethe scariest yet. During one challenge, Harry has to rescue his best friend Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) from the bottom of Hogwarts Lake where he is being held by the Mer people.

The climax is an all-out battle between Harry and the evil Lord Voldemort.

Voldemort, played by Ralph Fiennes, right, is seen for the first time in human form and is sure to terrify ter·ri·fy  
tr.v. ter·ri·fied, ter·ri·fy·ing, ter·ri·fies
1. To fill with terror; make deeply afraid. See Synonyms at frighten.

2. To menace or threaten; intimidate.
 young fans.

But there are some lighter moments too, including Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane) finding love with Olympe Maxime, a fellow half-giant who is headmistress of the French wizarding school, Beauxbatons.

Actress Frances de la Tour Frances de la Tour (born 30 July 1944) is a Tony Award winning English actress.[1] Background
Born in Bovingdon, Hertfordshire, de la Tour was educated at London's Lycée Français and the Drama Centre, (a college of the University of the Arts London).
, who plays Madame Maxime, said: " You see a lot of tenderness. It's lovely

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