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Posted by: Melissa
May 26, 2004, 12:04 AM

Editor Megan has spliced together a wonderful montage of the interview highlights...with a few surprises we think you will all enjoy very much. It's uploaded in large and small - if you like having vids for downloading on TLC, please remember to right-click and "save file as" - so that if you want to see the video again, it's on your hard drive and not the streamload server. Warning: The video starts loud. Very loud. Screaming fans loud.
If you can't hear the red carpet interviews (over the screaming - you all are loud!), try reading the transcript first.

New York Prisoner of Azkaban Premiere - 7MB, Windows Media Player
New York Prisoner of Azkaban Premiere - 22MB, Windows Media Player

Again, these videos are brought to you by Streamload, for whom I am more than happy to do a commercial. For people like us, who are mostly not very tech-savvy, this service as thus far been absolutely wonderful and easy to deal with - especially with our tremendous large-file hosting needs. Use them, and we can continue to do the same.

Enjoy the vid!

Also: DanRadcliffe.com has some wonderful premiere pics.

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