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Old 10-27-2009, 06:12 PM   #11
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You folks are skipping over the fact that the woman was going to charge for the dinner. Had this been some freebie or charity even WB would have been fine with it. She was going to make money off this even and was not going to pay Warner Bros. and in turn Rowling for use of the Harry Potter brand.

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After Warner Bros learned about the ticketed event
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Warner Bros says it has guidelines to help Harry Potter fans run non-profit and charitable events true to the spirit of the stories.

The vast majority of non-commercial events are able to go ahead with the studio's support, it says.
(former Warner Bros. Licensing Employee who had friends in the London office)

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