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"There's just something about the relationship between Harry [and his best friends] Ron and Hermione that resonated with so many people," Bethesda resident Cat O'Dell said before going in to watch the Harry Potter marathon at the AMC Loews Georgetown. The final installment debuts Thursday night.

    A final reunion for Harry Potter fans

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