Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (film)Harry Potter and the Philosopher's StoneDistributed byWarner Bros. PicturesRelease date4 November 2001 (Odeon Leicester Square) 10 November 2001 (United Kingdom) 16 November 2001 (United States)Running time152 minutesCountriesUnited Kingdom United States
19 hours and 39 minutes If you play the Harry Potter movies without stopping, it takes 19 hours and 39 minutes. However, factoring in breaks, the time it takes to change the movies, and any technical difficulties you might have, a full Harry Potter Marathon will take over 20 hours!
All Eight Harry Potter MoviesSorcerer's Stone =152 minutes =2 hours 32 minutesGoblet of Fire =157 minutes =2 hours 37 minutesOrder of the Phoenix =139 minutes =2 hours 18 minutesHalf Blood Prince =153 minutes =2 hours 33 minutesDeathly Hallows pt 1 =146 minutes =2 hours 26 minutes•Mar 14, 2012
If you were to watch all of the movies back to back it would take 1,178 minutes. This amount of time comes to almost 20 hours, which means that you could watch the entire franchise in a day if you were truly committed.
Longest film in the series: “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets,” 161 minutes. Shortest film in the series: “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” 130 minutes.
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