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On Tuesday, January 8, 2002, at 11:51 , Chris Taylor wrote:
> But what you can't say is "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's
> Stone" cos
> it was renamed for the US release.
Yes, it was adapted to a different environment. 'Philosopher's
stone' wouldn't fit- not enough reference. Not survivable.
But Harry himself came and sat down.
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