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A Question Of Time 25 Oct 2001 11:36 #19786

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I'm looking forward to seeing "Harry Potter" as much as the kids are. This could be a great movie event if it sticks to the book. But I'm a bit bothered by the fact that its kind of long for for G rated movie. Will little kids stay still for that long?
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Re: A Question Of Time 25 Oct 2001 13:42 #19787

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Hopefully, "Harry Potter" will draw audiences of all ages. I would guess the 'tweens and 'teens would be the primary market, but anyone who is a fan of the books will be lining up too. You may want to draw attention to the length and potentially scary scenes for those with really young ones in tow.

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