Draco Malfoy's wand did not at any occasion transfer its allegiance to anyone else. No such mention has been made in the books or by JK Rowling herself. There has been no evidence to support that and it is only the Elder Wand that transferred it allegiance. It was stated as such in the films because the film directors needed a way to support the idea that Harry Potter did indeed win the allegiance of the Elder Wand from it's previous master, Draco Malfoy. The films has been highly inaccurate in this matter, in the fact that it wrongly states Draco Malfoy's wand changed its allegiance and that Harry Potter won the wand by snatching it out of Draco's hand. Draco Malfoy remains as the only known owner of a Hawthorn Wand.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs).

According to "The Fundamental Laws" on the "Wandlore" page wands can be won from their masters. Nothing says only the Elder Wand does this. Also, please sign talk page entries with 4 tildes. -Shorty1982 10:31, August 17, 2011 (UTC)
With all due respect,, that's a load of shite; page 595 of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows specifically states that Harry overpowering Draco allowed him to win the Hawthorn wand, which therefore gave him his allegiance (and because of this the Elder Wand also followed suit, despite not being on his person at the time), allowing him to defeat Voldemort. Ergo, Harry is the latest master of the Hawthorn wand—Green Zubat (owl me!). 20:39, August 17, 2011 (UTC)