Series:Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Mattel)
Subseries:Basic Series
Manufacturer #:54879
Year Released:2001
Height:3 inches
Genres:Books, Movies
Actors:Verne Troyer
User Collections:1 Users

Includes: Poseable figure, Gringotts cart, Cauldron with lid, Purple slime compound.

Just beyond the bronze doors of Gringotts, the wizard’s bank, Griphook the goblin is ready to take Harry on a wild cart ride to his underground vault. Behind the door is a small fortune – piles of gold Galleons, silver Sickles, and bronze Knuts!

Griphook is part of the second edition of the Wizard Collection. The first edition was released with the movie The Sorcerer's Stone. The second edition is found on the backs of only certain figures: Griphook, Lord Voldemort- the only two figures in this edition- and the Slime Chamber Series figures, which are actually from the second movie, The Chamber of Secrets. This second Wizard Collection edition was also released in conjunction with the second movie, The Chamber of Secrets, although the figures are based on characters from The Sorcerer's Stone.

Griphook is quite an anomaly in The Sorcerer's Stone figures series. He is a character from the first movie, The Sorcerer's Stone, yet he was released in conjunction with the second movie, The Chamber of Secrets. He is part of the Wizard Collection, yet he comes with the Slime Compound and Cauldron that form part of accessories in the Slime Chamber Series, also based on events in The Chamber of Secrets, not The Sorcerer's Stone.

It's hard to tell why Mattel would have lumped Griphook in with the other Slime Chamber figures- Harry, Ron, Hermione, Malfoy, Fred, and George- all Hogwarts students, while Griphook is a Gringotts Bank Goblin. To further complicate matters, the Slime Chamber Series figures are based on events in The Chamber of Secrets, a movie Griphook is not in. Griphook, incidentally, is the smallest figure in The Sorcerer's Stone series due to his being a Goblin, a creature about half the size of the average wizard.
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Subseries from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Mattel) Toy Series
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