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 Season 4 (NBC) (1966-67)
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### Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre ###
############## season 4 1966-67 ##############
############### (final season) ############### 

NBC Wednesdays 9:00-10:00 pm Eastern (60 min)

 

4.01 [083] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: NIGHTMARE

  Hovue production

    14Sep66 NBC Wed

Executive producer Gordon Oliver
Produced by Ron Roth
Directed by Robert Stevens
Written by Leslie Stevens
Director of photography by John L. Russell
Music by Bernard Herrmann
Guest Cast:
Julie Harris ......... Isobel Cain/Vicky Cain
Farley Granger ....... Morgan Cain
Thomas Gomez ......... Detective Ryan
Joan Huntington ...... Helga
Elmer Modlin ......... Detective Elliott
Josh Adams ........... Murrow

Synopsis:

In her secluded mansion, crippled Isobel Cain receives loving care from

 her husband Morgan and her twin sister Vicky. But the two have more than

 Isobel's welfare at heart: they're planning to poison dear Isobel and

live happily ever after on her money. [RF]

*Note: Syndication airing on NBC Action Playhouse 01Jul71.

 

4.02 [084] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: TIME OF FLIGHT

  Hovue production

    21Sep66 NBC Wed

Written by Richard Matheson

Directed by Joesph Sargent

guest stars

Jack Kelly ........ Al Packer
Juliet Mills ...... Mary Lewis
Jack Klugman ...... Markos
Jeanette Nolan .... Mrs Gardner
Clarke Gordon ..... Dr Gardner
Woodrow Parfrey ... DeCarlo
Michael Conrad .... McWhorter
Peter Brocco ...... L-Quar
Lloyd Haines ...... Christensen
Bill Hart ......... Reed
Dave Morick ....... Man
Nancy Hsueh ....... Miss Chan

Synopsis:

Private detective Al Packer had his legs broken by two hoods after he put

their friend behind bars. Now, barely able to hobble around his apartment,

Packer receives an attractive offer for a routine job: $300 a week to

protect a small-time thief named Markos. But the new case is anything but

 routine: At a seedy hotel hideout, Packer sees Markos gunned down --

or does he? The "corpse" comes alive, fires Packer and leaves the hotel. [RF]

 

 [---] 28Sep66 - no details

 

4.03 [085] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: AND BABY MAKES FIVE

    (Morpics, Inc. Production)

  05Oct66 NBC Wed

Written by Hal Kanter

  Directed by Hal Kanter

guest stars

Angie Dickinson ........ Christina

Cliff Robertson .......... Will Nye

Nina Foch ......... Dee

Walter Abel .........Reynard Pitney

Alan Hewitt ........ James Eckert

Sammy Shore ......... Hector

Eddie Quillan .......... Scott
Jack Pepper ............ Barber

Synopsis:

      A New York author fed up with the pressures of urban living, quits

       his job and moves with his pregnant wife to a small California town.

       Here he accepts an editor's position at a tiny weekly newspaper,

       inspiring both praise and wrath by using the publication as a pulpit

       for his crusading. [RF]

 

4.04 [086] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: CRAZIER THAN COTTON

 Hovue production  

12Oct66 NBC Wed

Written by S. Lee Pogostin

Directed by S. Lee Pogostin

guest stars

Jean Simmons ........ Suzy

Bradford Dillman ......... Matt

Kevin McCarthy .......... Sean

Charles Aidman ............ Jim Barton

Georgia Simmons .......... Aunt Mary

Karen Jensen ......... Vicky

Synopsis:

     Matt, a 34-year-old sculptor who is spectacularly unsuccessful,

      knows he's hit rock bottom when he has to borrow money from his

      girlfriend in order to attend his father's funeral. As he stands at

      graveside, Matt vows to do something "worthwhile" with his life.

      Problem is, sculpting is all he knows. [RF]

 

4.05 [087] Bob Hope Chrysler Comedy Special: MURDER AT N.B.C.

 19Oct66 (rerun 15Mar67)

starring

Bob Hope .....Van Smirtch

Red Buttons, Johnny Carson, Milton Berle, Don Adams,

Dick Shawn, Jack Carter, Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, Don Rickles,

Soupy Sales, Bill Dana, Jonathan Winters, Wally Cox, Bill Cosby,

Jimmy Durante

Synopsis 1:
A comedy classic with an amazing comedic ensemble group. Wonderful Whodunit.
Synopsis 2:
Fifteen fellow comedians join Bob in "Murder at NBC", a spy spoof. Bob plays

a mad scientist with a nuclear chemical capable of shrinking the U.S.A. Spies are

Don Adams, Milton Berle, Red Buttons, Johnny Carson, Jack Carter, Bill Cosby,

Wally Cox, Bill Dana, Jimmy Durante, Don Rickles, Dan Rowan and Dick Martin,

Soupy Sales, Dick Shawn and Jonathan Winters. [RF]
 

4.06 [088] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: MASSACRE AT FORT PHIL KEARNY

Hovue production

   26Oct66 NBC Wed

Written by Harold Swanton

guest stars

Robert Fuller ......... Captain William J Fetterman

Robert Pine ......... Lt Brown

Carroll O'Connor ............ Captain Ted Eyck
Richard Egan ........... Colonel Henry Carrington
Phyllis Avery ............ Margaret Carrington
Michael Sarrazin .......... Private Tompkins
Jeff Scott ............ Lieutenant Grummond
Brandon Carroll ......... Sentry Hanify
Peter Duryea ....... First Soldier
Tom Anthony ......... Second Soldier
Synopsis:

       On December 21, 1866 eighty men rode out of Fort Phil Kearny to

       support a wood-cutting expedition that had come under attack.

      The wood was necessary to build the fort. They were led out onto

      the Bozeman Trail and ambushed in the pass by the Sioux and wiped out.

      The leader of the Sioux tribe was Chief Red Cloud. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
Old West, 1866: the slaughter of 81 soldiers by Sioux Indians is linked to a

 feud between a captain and his commanding officer. [RF]

 

[---] 2Nov66 - no details

 

4.07 [089] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: DEAR DEDUCTIBLE

Morpics, Inc. production

09Nov66 NBC Wed

Directed by Jess Oppenheimer

Written by Raphael David Blau

guest stars

Peter Falk  ........ Mike Galway
Janet Leigh ....... Virginia Ballard
Norman Fell ....... Eddie Carr
Charles Lane ...... Charles Eckhardt
Marianne Kanter ... Bryce Coberly
Bara Byrnes ....... Beverly Beaumont
Christopher Cary .. Cornell DeHaven
Herb Vigran ............ George
Johnny Silver .......... Taxi Driver
Synopsis 1:

      A popular but improvident songwriter, after spending all of his

      royalties, agrees to marry an heiress, not because of her money,

      but because of her lack of money. You see, both plan to file a joint

      income tax return, thereby enjoying the bounty of the IRS'

      "deductible" system. This will keep them both solvent until they

      can recoup their fortunes. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A songwriter and a socialite have one thing in common: tax problems.

 Their uncommon solution: marriage and a blissful joint return. [RF]
*Syndication airing on NBC Comedy Theater 05Jul71.

 

4.08 [090] Chrysler presents a Bop Hope Comedy special: BING AND ME

16Nov66 NBC

Guest Cast:

    Directed by Jack Shea
starring
Bob Hope ...... Himself
Jackie Gleason ........ Himself
Bing Crosby .......... Himself
Summary:
Where there's Hope, there's often Bing. And when Bing and Bob get together

you'll invariably find pretty scenery - almost all of it female! Bob introduces

Bach Yen (White Swallow), a 23-year old Vietnamese singer, and his own

selection of promising Hollywood starlets. Bach Yen sings "What Now My Love?"

(in French & English) and "Dem Dong", a Vietnamese folk song. Bing offers

 "In the Cool, Cool of the Evening" and "Pennies From Heaven".
*
Sketches include, a wealthy Texan (Bob) and a snooty Englishman (Bing)

enter their prize ponies in the Grand National. And "Fantastic Stomach" a parody of the

movie "Fantastic Voyage" which finds a miniaturized Bob and Bing penetrating the

Vast Waistline to find out what's ailing Jackie Gleason. Les Brown conducts the orchestra. [RF]

 

4.09 [091] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: THE BLUE-EYED HORSE

   Morpics, Inc.Production

 23Nov66 NBC Wed

produced by Hal Kanter

written by Michael Fessier

directed by Hal Kanter

photography by John L. Russell

music by Johnny Williams

guest stars

Ernest Borgnine ....... Melvin Feebie

Joan Blondell ........ Mrs. Feebie

Ann Jillian ........ Daughter

Paul Lynde ......... Judge

Joyce Jameson .......... Mrs. Rassendale

Barbara Heller .......... Jennie Haggerty

Johnny Silver ........ Jockey

Richard Lepore

Noam Pitlik

Eddie Quillan

Steve Pendleton

Michael Ross

G.D. Spradlin

Bud Blattner

Jimmy Murphy

Billy Curtis

Nick Stewart

Paul Mousie Garner
Synopsis:

Melvin Feebie is having a hard time explaining the disappearance

of his wife, a die-hard horse player. Truth is, Mrs. Feebie has been

transformed into a horse--but try to tell that to a judge. [RF]

 

4.10 [092] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: THE FATAL MISTAKE

Hovue production

  30Nov66 NBC Wed

guest stars

Roddy McDowall ......... Harry Carlin
Arthur Hill .......... Donald Hammond
Michael Wilding .......... Major Tucker
Laurence Naismith ...... Knight

Marge Redmond ............. Nancy Hammond
Alice Rawlings .......... Julia Hammond
Gil Stuart ........... Campbell
Synopsis:

       Set in England, a respectable accountant and family man every month

       on the dot, he is visited by his "friend", who graciously bestows

       gifts upon his wife and children, then retires with his host into

       the den. Here he collects his monthly blackmail check--just as he

       does with all his other "clients". Tired of paying out extortion,

       he plans a neat little mishap for him. [RF]

 

4.11 [093] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: STORM CROSSING

 Hovue production

   07Dec66 NBC Wed

Written by Franklin Barton

guest stars

Jack Lord .......... Harry Marcus
Barbara Rush ......... Sara Archer
James Daly ........... Powell Hagan
Julie Sommars ............... Maggie Lake
Peter Mamakos ........ Ganoulian
Synopsis:

The story of a group of incompatible passengers on

a freighter headed for a Caribbean hurricane. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
Imminent disaster brings out the worst in freighter passengers,

 who clash bitterly as their ship heads into a hurricane. [RF]

*Syndication airing on Startime 03Aug71.

 

 [---] 14Dec66 - no details

 

4.12 [094] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: THE EIGHTH DAY

           Hovue production

           21Dec66 NBC Wed

guest stars

George Maharis ......... Miles Catlan
Barbara Barrie ......... Laurel Catlan
Andrew Duggan .......... Father Michaeli
Michael Tolan .......... Lieutenant Murrow
Berry Kroeger .......... Thomas
Ken Lynch .............. Sloane
Celia Lovsky ........... Church Goer
Scott Robertson ........ Alter Boy
Synopsis

      While stealing jewels from a church, a struggling ex-athlete is

      observed by an altar boy on Christmas Eve. [RF]

 

 [--] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: FREE OF CHARGE

28Dec66  (postponed or rerun 22Mar67)

 

 [--]  04Jan67 - no details

 

4.13 [095] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: A TIME TO LOVE

Hovue production

11Jan67 NBC Wed

Adapted by Sidney Michaels

Based on Henry James' novel "Washington Square".
Guest Cast:
Claire Bloom ....... Margaret Chapman
Maximilian Schell .. August Holland
Ralph Bellamy ...... Dr. Charles Chapman
Nina Foch .......... Vera Stannard
Barry Russo ........ Bingo
Clarke Gordon ...... Laddie
George N. Neise .... Joe Bakerman
Dorothy Rice ....... Ardys
Deanna Lund ........ Doris
Synopsis:
A tale of ill-fated love. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A lonely heiress is in love with a penniless drifter. [RF]
*Note: Syndication airing on NBC Action Playhouse 22Jul71.
 

4.14 [096] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: CODE NAME: HERACLITUS (part 1) [GO]

18Jan67 NBC Wed

Written by Alvin Sapinsley

Directed by James Goldstone

Director of photography Bud Thackery

Music Johnny Mandel

guest stars

Stanley Baker  .......... Frank 'Gannon' Wheatley
Leslie Nielsen ......... Fryer
Sheree North ........... Sally
Malachi Throne ......... Hoffman
Ricardo Montalban ...... Janacek
Jack Weston ............ Gerberman
Kurt Kasznar ........... Constantine
Signe Hasso ............ Lydia Constantine
Robert Cinder .......... MacPherson
Don Hamner ............. Baldy
Anthony Victor ......... Caproni

Chuck Courtney
Synopsis:

    A man who dies on an operating table is brought back to life, but he

     has no memory of anything that happened before he wakes up. A

     government agent decides that he would make a perfect undercover

     operative.  Wheatley, a British spy who is investigating the past of

     Lydia, the widow of secret agent Constantine. Lydia is suspected of

    selling Cold War secrets to the Communists. To ascertain the truth,

    it is necessary to "rebuild" Constantine and send his living counterpart

     behind the Iron Curtain. [RF]

Synopsis 3:
An intelligence chief makes use of a "rebuilt" man returned from

 the dead who lacks emotion, memory and conscience. [RF]

 

4.15 [097] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: CODE NAME: HERACLITUS (part 2) [GO]

     25Jan1967 NBC Wed (copyright date 4Jan67 - pt.2)

        (see above)

Synopsis:
Part 2. Gannon (Stanley Baker) investigates a widow,

who is suspected of running a clearinghouse for secrets. [RF]

 

4.16 [098] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: THE LADY IS MY WIFE

Hovue production

01Feb67 NBC Wed

Produced by Jack Laird

Written by Halsted Welles

Story by Jack Laird

Directed by Sam Peckinpah

Director of photography Dale Deverman

Music by Johnny Williams

guest stars

Bradford Dillman ....... Bannister

Jean Simmons ........ Mrs Bannister

Alex Cord ........ Lucky Paxton
Begona Palacios .... Lolla

Roberto Contreras ..... Matteo
L.Q. Jones ........ Ernie Packer
E.J. Andre ....... Old Codger
Alan Baxter ......... Sheriff
Jim Boles ........ Stage Driver
Lillian Bronson ...... Old Woman
Larry Watson
Billy M. Greene ....... Indian
Synopsis:

     Set in the post-Civil War Old West. A wealthy horse breeder hires

     the Bannisters, a genteel--and broke--Southern couple. The cowboy

     has more in mind than horses when he sets his sights on Mrs.

      Bannister. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A horse breeder of the Old West hires a poor couple

 because he covets the wife. [RF]

  

4.17 [099] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: BLIND MAN'S BLUFF

Hovue production

08Feb67 NBC Wed

guest stars

Bob Cummings  .......... Robert Silbey
Michael Rennie ........ Inspector Karslake
Susan Clark ........... Helen Silbey
Farley Granger ........ Wain
Laurence Naismith ..... Inspector Rason
Elizabeth Cole ........ May
John Holland .......... Kelston
Brendan Dillon ........ Coroner
William Beckley ....... Actor
Synopsis:
A playwright murders the man who fell in love with his wife

and then decides to kill her too. [RF]
 

  [---] 15Feb67 - no details

 [---] 22Feb67 - no details

 

4.18 [100] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: A SONG CALLED REVENGE

Hovue production

01Mar67 NBC Wed

guest stars

Sal Mineo ........ Doctoroff
Edd Byrnes ....... Tommy Bear
June Harding ..... Susie King
Jack Weston ...... Ray
Peggy Lipton ..... Pam
Kevin Coughlin ... Mike
Synopsis:
A fading rock 'n' roll singer clashes with a new teenage idol,

 who credits himself with mystical powers. [RF]
 

4.19 [101] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre:

           THE REASON NOBODY HARDLY EVER SEEN A FAT OUTLAW

IN THE OLD WEST IS AS FOLLOWS

   Morpics, Inc. production

    08Mar67 NBC Wed

Produced & directed by Hal Kanter

guest stars

Don Knotts ........... Curly Kid

Arthur Godfrey ........... Sheriff Tinsley
Herb Edelman ............ Seth Swine
Jack Lambert ............ Sid Swine
Mary-Robin Redd ............ Pauline
Percy Helton .......... Old Man

Synopsis:
What follows is the saga of a would-b outlaw named Curly Kid. He's never been arrested;

he can't get arrested - he can't even manage to break the law. [RF]
*Syndication airing on NBC Comedy Theater 02Aug71.
 

   [---] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: MURDER AT NBC

15Mar67 (rebroadcast from 19Oct66)

 

4.20 [102] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: FREE OF CHARGE

      Hovue production

          22Mar67 NBC Wed  (copyright date 22Mar67)   

               (postponed or rerun from 28Dec66)

Written by S. Lee Pogostin 

Guest Cast:

John Cassavetes .......... Harrybell

Diane Baker ........... Laney

Johnny Silver .......... Dewey

Suzy Parker ........... Doctor

Ben Gazzara ........... Sidney

Tanya Morgan ........... Teenager
Teddy Quinn ............ Little Boy
Pamelyn Ferdin ........ Little Girl

*

Background Score Composed by Stanley Wilson 

 played by jazzmen:

    Jimmy Rowles (piano),  Bud Shank (alto saxophone),

   Ray Brown (bass), Louis Bellson (drums).

Synopsis:

Free-wheeling story about a composer named Harrybell, who swings around

Los Angles seeking inspiration for a musical tribute to the city.

Harrybell is also running from the police, who think he's some kind  of nut. [JB]

 

4.21 [103] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: VERDICT FOR TERROR

Hovue production

29Mar67 NBC Wed

Executive producer Gordon Oliver
Produced by Stanley Chase
Directed by William Hale
Written by David Ellis
Director of photography William Margulies
Music by Johnny Williams

guest stars

Cliff Robertson ............ District Attorney Benjamin Reynolds
Michael Sarrazin ...... Darryl Cooper
Michael Constantine ......... Steve Jenkins
Jo Van Fleet ......... Emily Cooper
Bettye Ackerman ......... Dorothy Reynolds

Angus Duncan

Gene Lyons

Jim Begg

Tom Baker

Sean Kennedy

Jeff Scott

Jeff Malloy

Tom Frandsen

Ella Edwards

Vernon Scott

Bob Hull

David Kurzon
Synopsis:

      Law student Darryl Cooper invites an ambitious D.A. to meet his

      fraternity brothers in 'the griddle,' a political question-and-answer

     session. The D.A. accepts, but soon wishes he hadn't: five years ago,

     he sent Darryl's brother to the gas chamber. Now, Darryl intends to

     use the griddle to prove his brother's innocence, and to destroy the

      D.A.'s career. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
The defendant is a district attorney; his prosecutor; a law student determined to prove

that his brother was wrongly sent to the gas chamber by the DA. [RF]
*Note: Syndication airing on NBC Action Playhouse 02Sep71.

 

4.22 [104] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: DEAD WRONG

    Hovue production

     05Apr67 NBC Wed

Produced by Bert Mulligan

Written by William Kelley

Directed by Robert Butler

guest stars

Patrick O'Neal ........ Father Thaddeus
Donnelly Rhodes ....... Jim Pitts
Lynn Loring ..... Joanna
Tony Bill ...... Tony Pitts

Charles Seel

Larry Thor
Synopsis:

      A tense drama about a hermit monk, whose isolated mountain cabin

      is invaded by a gun-wielding ex-convict, his younger brother and

      the girl they both love. [RF]

Synopsis:
A monk's isolated cabin is invaded by a gunman,

 his brother and the girl they both love. [RF]

 

[---] 12Apr67 - Preempted for a "Danny Thomas Special." [JB]

 

4.23 [105] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: DON'T WAIT FOR TOMORROW

Universal Television--Roy Huggins Production

(Pilot for an unsold TV series)

19Apr67 NBC Wed

Producer Jo Swerling Jr.
Written by Frank Fenton & Roy Huggins (aka John Thomas James)
Directed by Harvey Hart

guest stars

Donnelly Rhodes ....... Matt Braid
Juliet Mills .......... Princess
Telly Savalas ......... Mueller
Rossano Brazzi ........ Luder
Will Kuluva ........... Stassov
Lily Valenty .......... Grand Duchess
Jean Durand ........... Meskil
Dimitris Balas ........ Vassos

Eva Soreny

Synopsis:

        Newspaperman Matt Braid's search for an international criminal

       leads him to a lavish villa on a Greek island -- where a vicious

       beating convinces Braid that he's on the right track. [RF]

Synopsis 2:
A newspaperman trails a criminal to a villa on a Greek island. [RF]

 

4.24 [106] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: WIPEOUT

   Hovue production

   26Apr67 NBC Wed

Guest Cast:

Shelley Winters ......... Clarry Golden

Tom Tryon ........... Eddie Simpson

Don Stroud ........... Greg Travis

Marcel Hillaire ........... Emile

Les Crane ........... Commentator

Nicholas Colasanto .......... Bernheim

Eileen Wesson ........ Penny Golden

Fabian Dean .......... Grenier

Synopsis:

Surfer Greg Travis tries to cash in on his friendship with an aging film

star-by stealing her multimillion-dollar jewel collection. [JB]

Synopsis 2:
An aging film star is victimized by two gigolos bent

on stealing her jewel collection. [RF]

 

    [---] 03May67

Preempted for "Danny Thomas Special" repeat from April 1966. [JB]

 

4.25 [107] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: TO SLEEP, PERCHANCE TO SCREAM

Hovue production

10May67 NBC Wed (rerun 30Aug67)

Guest Cast:

Ricardo Montalban .... Adam Steele
Pat Hingle ........... Martin Carlyle
Joanne Dru ........... Gina Sutton
Lola Albright ........ Vickie Tate
Henry Beckman ........ Lieutenant Schaeffer
Paul Hartman ......... Luther
David Sharpe ......... Charlie Mace
Richard Bull ......... Frank Lacy
Gordon Oliver ........ Director
Synopsis 1:
In Hollywood, private eye Adam Steel investigates the murder of a colleague

who was working for a ruthless business tycoon. Steeleís search for motive and

murder leads up several blind alleys-but all are somehow connected with his friendís employer. [JB]

Synopsis 2:
In Hollywood, private eye Adam Steele investigates the murder of a colleague.

Steele's search for motive and murderer leads up several blind alleys - but all are

connected with his friend's last client, a ruthless tycoon. [RF]

 

4.26 [108] Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre: DEADLOCK (final episode)

  Hovue production

   17May67 NBC Wed

Adapted by Stanford Whitmore & Evan Hunter
Based on Ed McBain's novel
Directed by Leo Penn

guest stars

Lee Grant  ............ Virginia Lloyd
Jack Kelly ........... Detective Ray Baker
Brooke Bundy ......... Stacey Carter
Tige Andrews ......... Detective Owens
Deanna Lund ........... Alice

Donald May ........... James Lassiter
Dorothy Rice ......... Lucy Lassiter
Percy Rodriguez ...... Detective John Rollins
Synopsis:

    Virginia Lloyd is the widow of a notorious criminal. Early one morning,

    Virginia calmly walks into a police precinct office--armed with a

    pistol and vial of nitroglycerine. In a measured voice, she announces

   that she intends to wait for detective James Lassiter, the man

    responsible for the death of her husband. She also declares that she

    intends to kill Lassiter, in full view of the other cops. [RF]

*Syndication airing on NBC Adventure Theater 28Aug71.
 

 [--] 24May67

Preempted for "Best on Record" performances by the  1966 Grammy Award winners.  [JB]

### Bob Hope Presents The Chrysler Theatre ###
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