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Old 11-29-2014, 08:41 PM   #321
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P.S. Is there actual content difference between the Sorcerer's Stone/Philosopher's Stone versions - or is it just the title?
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Old 11-29-2014, 08:48 PM   #322
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God, she looks so-o young in that picture!
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Great deal on Amazon today for this for those who only care to own the bare bones releases like myself. At $5 a film it's a no-brainer. This Gold Box deal of the Day expires tomorrow, Sunday November 30th at 3am EST for those interested.

Harry Potter: Complete 8-Film Collection [Blu-ray] (2011)

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Deal of the Day: $39.99 (Eligible for free shipping with Amazon Prime.)
You Save: $59.99 (60%)
While this is a great price, Walmart had quite a few of the two for $6.96 sets so you could walk out with all eight films there for just $28 plus tax. For those who don't have wally world or like to shop there, this is next best obviously.
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I know the books were entitled differently in the UK and U.S., but I can't believe they went to all that trouble to make two different versions of the movie. Seems ridiculous to me...I wonder how much the extra shots, dubbing, editing and mastering added to the budget.

I guess the U.S. executives thought, "We can't have a movie for kids that mentions philosophers. No kid will want to see it."
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I know the books were entitled differently in the UK and U.S., but I can't believe they went to all that trouble to make two different versions of the movie. Seems ridiculous to me...I wonder how much the extra shots, dubbing, editing and mastering added to the budget.

I guess the U.S. executives thought, "We can't have a movie for kids that mentions philosophers. No kid will want to see it."
They didn't dub the dialogue. They shot both versions.
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