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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's/Sorcerer's Stone



Release Date: May 28, 2002

Running Time: 152 Minutes

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-Special Edition Cover

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Pictures (UK Edition)

- Front Cover

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-Front Cover

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  • Widescreen Special Edition: $13.88
  • Full Screen Edition: $13.99
  • VHS: $22.49
  • Additional Scenes
  • 360 Degree Self-guided tour of Hogwarts
  • New interviews with director Chris Columbus and producer David Heyman
  • Learn how to play Quidditch
  • Meet the ghosts of Hogwarts
  • Cast a spell over a scene in 8 languages
  • Mix potions, perform transfigurations, sneak past Fluffy, explore Diagon Alley, have a wand choose you, catch a snitch and much, much more
  • Theatrical trailers
  • DVD-ROM PC Features: Collect Wizard trading cards, Be Sorted by the Sorting Hat, Download screensaver and Remembrall, Receive owl e-mails, Link to the web

Deleted Scenes:
  • Scene 1 (:54) features the Dursleys lavishing attention on their nasty little son while promising to send Harry to a grotty state school in a hand-me-down uniform
  • Scene 2 (:37) is an extension of the invitation-delivery scene at the Dursley household with Mrs. Dursley finding messages in her eggs and owls outside her kitchen window
  • Scene 3 (:37) features Hagrid and Harry on the London Underground, talking about school supplies, with Hagrid wishing aloud that he could own a dragon as a pet
  • Scene 4 (:18) is a needless bit of business among our three heroes in the hallway, just after their encounter with the troll in the ladies' room
  • Scene 5 (1:00) has Ron (in his dorky Christmas sweater) warning Harry (in his dorky Christmas sweater) about the dangers of the Mirror of Erised
  • Scene 6 (1:56) is an exposition-heavy bit in the Great Hall with Harry, Hermione and Ron talking about their upcoming exams, Longbottom hopping in with his legs locked together (thanks to a curse by Malfoy), a bit of bickering with Finnigan, and our heroes drawing a connection between Dumbledore and Nicholas Flamel before dashing off.
  • Scene 7 (3:27) is probably the best of the bunch an extended cut of the bit where Professor Snape first tangles with Harry Potter in his classroom. It's easy to see why they trimmed this scene, however: Potter gets suddenly and unpleasantly insubordinate as he tells Snape to stop picking on him.


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