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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 DVD Hits Stores this April

Written on January 25, 2011 by B Waldorf

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The legend comes to an end. Are we finally saying goodbye to Harry Potter, his friends and the world of Hogwarts?

If you’re an avid fan of , you will notice that in his last movie, Part 1, a lot of scenes were not present in the film. We share the same sentiment.

Before we say goodbye to Harry Potter, the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) provides us with a special Harry Potter memorabilia. BBFC released a DVD of the movie Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, complete with the deleted scenes. The DVD will hit the stores on April 11, 2011.

Here is the list of HP 7 Part 1 Deleted Scenes:

* The Burrow’s Shed: Discusses Radios with Mr.
* The Dursley House: Harry and Aunt Petunia As They Leave House
* The Dursley House: Harry and Dudley Shake Hands
* The Granger House: Death Eaters Search Deserted Home
* Ministry of Magic Lifts: Harry Tells Arthur He’s Being Tracked
* Tent: Trio Discusses Destroying The Locket
* Rabbit Chase in the Forest
* Montage: Ron and Skimming Stones


* Max Movie Mode: The Secrets of
* First Look: First Scene HP7.2
* Behind the Banda Sonora
* The Battle of Seven Potters
* Exploring Godric’s Hollow
* The Women of Harry Potter
* : Not Your Average Male
* Join the cast in the Theme Park Opening
* Escenas Adicionales Additional Scenes

The DVD will also feature interviews like the “On The Green with Rupert, Tom, Oliver and James.” There will also be strong focus on Harry’s Last Days in Privet Drive, Hagrid’s Motobike (which if you’re a Harry Potter fanatic will know that it belongs to Sirius Black), the Magical Tents, Death Eaters Attack at the Cafe, Creating Dobby amnd Kreacher, Godric’s Hollow, The Frozen Lake and The Return of Griphook.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 will debut in theaters July 15. Before you catch the final saga of the film, grab a chance to know Harry Potter and his colleagues first with this very special DVD on Blu-ray.

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