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The might of thespian eccentricity and ingenuity can make Harry James Potter seem a little dull by comparison at times, but the target audience needs someone they can relate to and Daniel Radcliffe, with his hints of Baldrick and Adrian Mole, makes a very British hero, growing up rather stolidly and taking the "flirty Harry" moment in his stride.
I have also heard of a newborn baby who has Harry's full name - Harry James Potter.
Here are their official verdicts - Hogwarts and all: HARRY JAMES POTTER, eight, from Chatham, Kent, has read most of the first book and is looking forward to finishing it now he has seen the film.