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A New HARRY POTTER Collection Illuminates The Hollywood Museum

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Cross Streets: Highland Ave. / Hollywood Blvd.
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Description

Harry Potters legendary wizardry lives on at The Hollywood Museum, the official museum of Hollywood, located in the Historic Max Factor Building. The Museums new collection of sorcery includes acquisitions from the Harry Potter film franchise, considered among the highest-grossing films of all-time and is goes on display May 22.

Spotlighted are new items from noted Harry Potter historian Christopher Knoll, President of Ovation Productions. The ultimate broom used by Harry Potter in the Sorcerers Stone (2001) and his quill and inkbottle used while at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry enhance the exhibit.

Potters wands are also part of the permanent procurement. A black wand box signed by Maggie Smith and a series of wand boxes with their coordinating wands are displayed, highlighted by Harrys black handle instruction wand and Dumbledores purple handle wand, both in their dragon skin boxes. Other items also on exhibit are Harrys robe, costumes, signed blueprints of rooms at Hogwarts School, photos, posters, and more. In addition, Daniel Radcliffes tennis shoes are displayed, as well as Rupert Grints and Emma Watsons shoes and the writing stylus used by all three when they were honored with foot and hand prints at the Graumans Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.

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Submitted By: Weissman/Markovitz Communications
Tags: Film, TV & Radio