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What is the film after Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban?


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The third one, which is Prisoner of Azkaban.




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read it and you will find out. if your too lazy watch the film. *AZKABAN*


At the end of the third film, Prisoner of Azkaban.



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May 31 2004 in UK and June 4th 2004 in USA


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