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Harry Potter Ultimate Edition: Years 1 & 2

Harry Potter Ultimate Editions
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Harry Potter Ultimate Edition: Years 1 & 2 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 09, 2009
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Harry Potter Ultimate Edition collector sets (FOUR discs per set and TONS of extras!) for Years 1 and 2 of the HP franchise (Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone (Year 1) and Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets (Year 2)) have been released!

OK – are you as excited as we are? Harry Potter Ultimate Edition collector sets (that’s FOUR discs and TONS of extras!) for Years 1 and 2 of the HP franchise (translation: Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone (Year 1) and Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets (Year 2)) have been released as of December 8, 2009. Let the magic begin!


Ultimate Editions

Trust us, when they say ULTIMATE, they mean ULTIMATE. Both of these "spellbinding" four-disc sets (Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone (Year 1) and Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets (Year 2)) are going to drive fans of the young wizard and his crew absolutely wild this holiday season! Read on for quick plot analyses and, more importantly, complete lists of all the amazing bonus features that come with each Harry Potter Ultimate Edition collectors set!


Year 1: Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone Ultimate Edition

This movie is full of magic and adventure with Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe), Hermione (Emma Watson), Hogwarts, Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane) and tons more people and places that begin with H. Everything is just like the books. There's moving stairs, weird ghosts, goblins, magical candy and even Quidditch!



Disc By Disc:

  • Disc 1: Includes the original theatrical version of the movie.
  • Disc 2: Extended version of the movie with seven extra minutes of footage not shown in theatres.
  • Disc 3: Diagon Alley; Tour the Gryffindor Common Room, Harry’s Room and the Great Hall; Classrooms (Defense Against the Dark Arts; Spells and Charms; Potions; Transfiguration); Third Floor Corridor; Deleted Scenes; Sorting Hat; Library (Gallery of Art & Architecture); Hogwarts Yearbook; Guide to Ghosts (Discover the many marvelous and mysterious ghosts of Hogwarts); Hogwarts Grounds (Quaffle and Bludger; Get a lesson from Oliver Wood on how to play Quidditch); Tour Hagrid's Hut; Extra Credit; Capturing the Stone: A Conversation with the Filmmakers
  • Disc 4: Creating the World of Harry Potter, Part 1: The Magic Begins (Discover the story of how one vision for the Harry Potter films came together out of limitless possibilities to create the visual world we have come to know and love); A Glimpse Into the World of Harry Potter 2001 International TV Special; Deleted Scenes; Trailers and TV Spots
  • Trading Cards: You get two of these with the Ultimate Edition set.
  • Book: 48 pages, hardcover, full of pictures and artwork.


  • Rating: 5


    Year 2: Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets Ultimate Edition

    As sequels go, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is even better than the first. The whole wand wavin' gang is back, but what makes this installment fly like a Nimbus is the introduction of Gilderoy Lockhart (played with ultra flair by Kenneth Branagh) and Dobby the computer-spawned house elf. But the biggest star in the film might just be Hogwarts itself. From the mucho-evil Slytherin common room to the depths of the Chamber Of Secrets, this magical mansion is amazing.


    Disc By Disc:

  • Disc 1: Theatrical Version of the Film.
  • Disc 2: Extended Version of the Film with 13 Minutes of Footage Not Shown in Theatres.
  • Disc 3: Bonus Features
  • Disc 4: Bonus Features including Creating the World of Harry Potter, Part 2: Characters
  • Trading Cards: You get two of these with the Ultimate Edition set - Card No. 3: Rubeus Hagrid, Card No. 4: Severus Snape
  • Book: 48 pages, hardcover, full of pictures and artwork.


  • Rating: 5


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