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Comcast has Harry Potter, but no hookers

Harry Potter nerds fans are in a frenzy waiting for the November 19 debut of the latest movie, Harry Harrypotter Potter and the Cannibal Hookers of Planet Zardoz. Oops, wait, that one doesn't start shooting until Lindsey Lohan gets off probation. I meant, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 1. Anyway, the real point here is that you can get an early Harry Potter fix, or a bunch of them, if you've got cable service from Comcast.

Sneak-preview clips of Deathly Hallows are available now from Comcast's on-demand service as well as its XfinitytTV.  They're among 75 pieces of Pottermania content, including behind the scenes, interviews with the actors and author J.K. Rowling, a historical overview of the films and other special features. Not to mention that the first five Potter flicks are available from Comcast on-demand for $9.75. I'm told that's a number of some significance to Potter geeksfans. And no, thanks, don't bother to write in to explain. Unless you're Lindsey Lohan.


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