Screencaps of Entire Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince DVD, Extras, Deleted Scenes

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Nov 18, 2009

Posted by SueTLC

Check it out! Thanks to our wonderful galleries crew, especially Maria and Erna, we now have screencaps of the entire Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince DVD, along with all of the deleted scenes and extras. Be sure to take time and go through the many wonderful stills; especially notable are those clearly showing the anguish in Tom Felton‘s (Draco) face and the checked emotions of Alan Rickman’s Snape during the events on the tower, powerful and heartbreaking. We will have the videos up shortly, stay tuned!
The screencaps can be found at the following links:
Extras:
Makeup with Emma Watson
Behind the Camera with James Phelps
Costumes with Evanna Lynch, Art with Bonnie Wright,
Stunt Training with Rupert Grint,
Owl Training with Jessie Cave
Editing with Dan Radcliffe
Special Effects with Matt Lewis, Tom Felton and Oliver Phelps
Sneak Peek at Wizarding World of Harry Potter
What’s On Your Mind?
One Minute Drills

Deleted Scenes:
Clouds Gather over Hogwarts as Flitwick conducts choir (gorgeous video here)
Trio Discuss Vanishing Cabinet
Harry and Hermione Discuss Marauders Map
Harry and Hermione Discuss Ron on the Astronomy Tower
Harry and Hermione walk through halls of Hogwarts
Harry joins Ron, Ginny and Hermione in Common Room
Cave scene one, two

Entire Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince film
Opening Menu
Extras Menu

UPDATE: Thanks to Jonathan for owling about video of all the Deleted scenes, which can be found here.





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