CTVA US Music Variety - "The Julie Andrews Hour" (ITC/ABC)(1972-73)

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The Julie Andrews Hour
UK Title: "The Julie Andrews Show"
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


 
Distributed by Incorporated Television Company (ITC) (Lew Grade)
for
ABC Network [US] (Wednesdays 10:00-11:00pm) (13Sep72-10Jan73)
ABC Network [US] (Saturdays 9:00-10:00pm)(20Jan73-28Apr73)
ITV Network [UK] (Saturdays) (16Sep72-18Aug73) (45/60 min slots)

Produced by Nick Vanoff and William O. Harbach
in cooperation with ITC and originates from the ABC Television Center in Hollywood

Directed by Bill Davis
Choreography by Tony Charmoli
Musical Ddirection: Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra.

US Music/Variety series 1972-73   24 shows x 60 min color videotape

Hostess Julie Andrews
regulars
Rich Little (impersonator/impressionist)
Alice Ghostley (comedienne)
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers

*NOTE: "The Julie Andrews Hour" won 8 EMMY awards even though the series was cancelled.

Terrific outtakes: This is the best one.
Julie Andrews Hour - outtakes with Don Rickles, Sammy Davis

In the UK many episodes were edited to fill a 45 minute slot and so it was known in the
UK as "The Julie Andrews Show"

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ABC Network [us] (Wednesdays 10:00-11:00pm) (13Sep72-10Jan73)
ABC Network [US] (Saturdays)(20Jan73-28Apr73)

[01] The Julie Andrews Hour  (Premiere)
13Sep1972 ABC Wed [rerun 24Feb73]


Producer Nick Vanoff
Director Bill Davis
Choreographer Tony Charmoli
Musical Director Nelson Riddle
No guests only
regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
The first show is really a special one, mostly all Julie as she recreates the characters that brought her fame.
Songs from "The Boy Friend," which introduced her to American audiences, are delightfully staged.
The opening number, "I Want to Be Happy," has Julie dancing all over the ABC studios and into the nearby streets
and shopping centers.
Julie sings "Do, Re Mi" (from Sound of Music) with animated figures and musical notes all over the screen.
From Mary Poppins, Julie sings "Chim Chim Cheree" and "If Ever I Would Leave You" and "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?"
from "My Fair Lady".
For sheer elegance and imagination, watch her mirrored reflections as she sings "I Could Have Danced All Night."
Julie, Alice and the dancers do "Burlington Bertie from Bow".
*NOTE: The end of the show, Julie's "shower of stars," introducing future guests like Don Rickles, Carl Reiner,
Cass Elliot, Ken Berry and Jack Cassidy, all in the shower.

[02] The Julie Andrews Hour
20Sep1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Mama Cass Elliott
Carl Reiner

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
As Helen Wheels, Julie stars in a musical spoof of "All About Eve" titled "All About Wheels," in which Carl Reiner,
Cass Elliott and Alice Ghostley play important roles.
Carl is Addison Slime, famed critic of the roller derby scene, and Cass is Tiny Waddle, "trainer, confidante and
all-around yenta." Miss Ghostley plays the legendary
Margo Scungeladi whose No. 37 jersey Helen wants to exchange for her No. 33.
Later, Julie sings a tribute to the Age of Aquarius with eight chorus men. Famous Aquarians such as Babe Ruth,
Galileo, Artur Rubenstein and Jimmy Durante are saluted.
In "It Was a Very Good Year," Carl and Cass reveal to Julie what they wanted to be at the age of 17: Carl, who
had yearned to be an Irish tenor, sings "A Little Bit of Heaven,"
and Cass, who would have liked a career as a big band singer (but she was born too late) sings "Green" Eyes."
Julie describes musically her early days in English music halls.
Julie sings "This Is My Beloved" against the shimmering background of a crystal tree, and "Favorite Things"
while the audience sees a montage of the star doing her favorite things.
Carl, Cass and Alice join Julie in a sketch about movie cliches and in tandem Julie and Cass sing "Make Your Own
Kind of Music."
The lovely closing scene, "Time Is My Friend," was composed by Julie with lyrics by Leslie Bricusse.

[03] The Julie Andrews Hour
27Sep1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Jack Cassidy
Ken Berry

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie sings "Loch Lomond".
Ken Berry joins Julie in one great "Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers" movie tribute, with all the memorable songs and
Julie in some great costumes.
The other major piece is a tribute to Florenz Ziegfeld, with Jack Cassidy as the showman, and a production number
with Julie as a dutch girl in a tulip medley.
Alice Ghostley and Rich Little do a skit, a spoof of "Casablanca".
Julie, Ken and Jack do a good "Old-Fashioned Love Song," with some old-fashioned love songs included.

[04] The Julie Andrews Hour
04Oct1972 ABC Wed [rerun 27Dec72]
Guests
Robert Goulet
regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie and Robert remember the music of the nation's most popular theatrical composers: Irving Berlin, George Gershwin,
Cole Porter and Richard Rodgers.
Berlin's toe-tapping "Alexander's Ragtime Band" sets the tempo with Julie dressed as a dancehall girl in red velvet.
Robert sings "The Girl That I Marry" from "Annie Get Your Gun", with Julie as Annie Oakley she sings "Doin' What Comes
Naturally".
Robert and Julie blend voices with "They Say It's Wonderful" and "There's No Business Like Show Business".
Julie, Robert and eight male dancers share the spotlight in a lavish production number honoring the unforgettable music
of Cole Porter.
Set appropriately in a New York penthouse circa 1930's Julie is found on a bearskin rug singing "You'd Be So Easy to Love"
and "My Heart Belongs to Daddy".
Robert and Julie sing "Too Darn Hot" and "Night and Day".
Highlighting the music of Richard Rodgers, Julie sings "My Funny Valentine" and is joined by Robert in a medley of tunes
from "Oklahoma", "Carousel" and "South Pacific".
Gershwin's famed "Rhapsody in Blue" is played by pianist Ian Fraser wih the full complement of Nelson Riddle's Orchestra.
Julie and Robert sing "Fascinating Rhythm" with an assist by the choir.
Julie sings "Our Love Is Here to Stay".
The show closes with Julie and Robert performing Gershwin's masterpiece "Porgy and Bess".

[05] The Julie Andrews Hour
11Oct1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Steve Lawrence
regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie and Steve sing the songs of Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald.
The Julie Andrews Hour - The Laughing Song
Julie and Steve off a medley of Oscar-nominated hits like "Pennies From Heaven", "True Love" and "The Trolley Song".
A slapstick routine with Rich doing Laurel and Hardy and the Marx Brothers.
The astrological salute is to Librans (Julie is one).
Julie does a takeoff of a famous English Music Hall star Called Rosie Lee before
the finale which spoofs World War II with "Roll Out the Barrel".
The man accompanying Julie on the accordion in this segment is producer Nick Vanoff.

*NOTE: The show with Don Rickles was to air on this date but was postponed to the following week.

[06] The Julie Andrews Hour
18Oct1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Don Rickles
regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
On the theory that he has insulted everyone alive, Don Rickles is placed in a historical nightclub with patrons like
Julius Caesar, Napoleon and Josephine, Cleopatra (Julie) and Henry VIII to insult.
The astrological sign paid tribute to is Pisces.
The finale pays tribute to the blues.

[07] The Julie Andrews Hour
25Oct1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Diahann Carroll
Phyllis Diller

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie and Diahann sing "Two Ladies in de Shade of de Banana Tree".
Julie, Diahann and Phyllis perform a Burt Bacharach medley.
Rich Little does Jack Benny breaking off a 23-year engagement to Phyllis.
The astrology segment salutes Taurus.
All join in for a football medley.

[08] The Julie Andrews Hour
01Nov1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Dan Dailey
Mama Cass Elliott

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Dan Dailey and Mama Cass do a spoof of Dailey's old song-and-dance flicks.
Dan and Julie as second-rate vaudevillians do a Noel Cowardish sketch in which they are an unhappy couple of clowns.
Alice and Julie do a roommates sketch (Alice: "Julie is so perfect she went to the Olympics as a spectator and came
back with two Gold Medals")
A zodiac salute to Capricorns.
Rich does Bogart in the courtroom scene from "The Caine Mutiny".

[09] The Julie Andrews Hour
08Nov1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Robert Goulet
Joel Grey

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
The opening segment has the trio in adjoining dressing rooms, nervously awaiting their opeing number, rehearsing in
robe (Julie), ratty robe (Joel) and white tie but no pants (Robert).
Joel recreates his role as George M. Cohan.
Robert as a romantic Mountie woos Julie.
The astrology segment salutes Cancer (Moon children) with "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" done by the trio.
Joel performs "Willkommen" from "Cabaret".
The finale salutes the music of Lerner and Loewe.

[--] The Julie Andrews Hour
15Nov1972 ABC Wed
pre-empted for "The Wonderful World of Aggravation" A comedy special hosted by Alan King and starring Lee Grant,
Tony Randall, Jack Klugman, Larry Storch, Ron Carey and Timmie Rogers.

[10] The Julie Andrews Hour
22Nov1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Donald O'Connor
The Young Americans
Adriana Caselotti

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
A musical tribute to Walt Disney.
The most remarkable sequence is from Disney's "Fantasia" a portion of "The Waltz of the Flowers", through advanced
camera magic, there is Julie swirling and whirling in the animated cartoon.
Julie also plays Pinocchio to Donald O'Connor's Ghepetto for "I've Got No Strings".
The Young Americans perform a Disney medley.
Adriana Casellotti, the voice of Snow White sings the music from that memorable feature with Julie and meeting the
animated Seven Dwarfs.

*NOTE: The special Thanksgiving Julie Andrews Hour moves to an earlier time slot for tonight only.
*NOTE: The final ratings for the program landed Julie in 20th spot.

*News item: AP Nov22/1972 Since the show began in September ratings have been disappointing. From the beginning fans
and critics alike have wondered why ABC-TV scheduled her show from 10 to 11. So in order to test the theory the
network aired Julie's program at 8:30 for the November 22, 1972 episode. It is slanted toward children too, with
the special salute to Walt Disney. In January "The Julie Andrews Hour" shifts to Saturday at 9pm. This means she
will be up against CBS's Mary Tyler Moore and Bob Newhart and the Saturday Night Movie on NBC.

[11] The Julie Andrews Hour
29Nov1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Harry Belafonte
regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie and Harry duet with "Walking Happy", "Lazy Afternoon" and "Feelin' Good".
Harry solos with "Mr. Bojangles".
Harry takes Julie to the Caribbean for calypso tunes "Marianne" and "Matilda".
Rich Little offers impressions ranging from Howard Cosell to James Mason.
A zodiac salute to Geminis in the horoscope section.
Julie and Harry bring down the curtain with the Beatles' songs "Yesterday" and "Let It Be".

[12] The Julie Andrews Hour
06Dec1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Jack Cassidy
The Smothers Brothers
(Tom and Dick)
regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
A salute to the 20's with such dances as the Charleston and the Black Bottom are highlighted.
Rich Little does his Carol Channing impersonation singing "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby".
A sketch with Julie as a lady in a piano bar, Tommy Smothers as the drunk and Jack as the pianist who comes to
her rescue.
The finale is a Gilbert and Sullivan medley.

[13] The Julie Andrews Hour
13Dec1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Keith Michell
Tony Randall

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
A salute to the English music halls where Julie got her start is performed.
Keith, Tony and Julie perform Noel Coward songs "A Room With a View", "I Went to a Marvelous Party", "If Love Were All"
and "Poor Little Rich Girl".
Keith solos with "The Impossible Dream" from Camelot.
Tony sings "Wunderbar".
Julie sings numbers from "Mame" closing with the title song.

[14] The Julie Andrews Hour
20Dec1972 ABC Wed
Guests
Jimmy Stewart
cameo appearances by
Joel Grey, Jack Cassidy, Carl Reiner and Mama Cass Elliott.
regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie Andrews will reprise most of her visitors so far this season for a special Christmas show contrasting hometown
Yule celebrations narrated by Jimmy Stewart with Julie's own Christmas experiences as a child in England.
Jimmy shows Julie what Christmas is like in Small Town U.S.A.
In Olde England they run into carolers Jack Cassidy, Carl Reiner, Cass Elliott and Dan Dailey.
In Small Town U.S.A. there's Tommy Smothers, Steve Lawrence and Rich Little as Jimmy's sound-a-like nephew.
There are also two versions of "A Christmas Carol" with Rich playing Scrooge as Jack Benny in both.
Julie closes the show singing carols.
*NOTE: This pre-Christmas program also started earlier.

[--] The Julie Andrews Hour
27Dec1972 ABC Wed [repeat from 04Oct72]
guest
Robert Goulet
Musical highlights show tunes by Gershwin, Berlin, Cole Porter and Richard Rodgers.

[--] The Julie Andrews Hour
03Jan1973 ABC Wed
pre-empted for "Alan King Looks Back in Anger - A Revue of '72"
A satirical look at the vexations and follies of 1972 with Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara, Jack Weston, Larry Storch,
Johnny Brown, Nancy Dussault, Rona Barrett and the Joy People.


[15] The Julie Andrews Hour
10Jan1973 ABC Wed
Guests
Keith Michell
regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers

Highlights:
With "Henry the VIII's" Keith Michell alongside her, Julie delves into stage roles she's always wanted to play.
Scenes from Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew," Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest," Noel Coward's
"Cavalcade," and Harold Pinter's "The Applicant," offer a varied menu, and take Miss Andrews right out of the
"Mary Poppins" mold.
Michell and Julie sing rousers like "Mack the Knife," "Married I Can Always Get," and turn on the charm in the old
Broadway number, "Dancing in the Dark."
Julie and Keith appear in a sketch acting out A.A. Milne's "The King's Breakfast".
*NOTE: Julie Andrews makes the presentation of the EMMY Award statuette won last May to her guest star Keith Michell
on the show for his performance in "The Six Wives of Henry VIII".
The Kings breakfast-The Julie Andrews Hour

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 Last show to air Wednesdays, "The Julie Andrews Hour" moves to ABC Saturdays 9:00-10:00pm  after this episode.
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[16] The Julie Andrews Hour
20Jan1973 ABC Sat
Guests
Eydie Gorme
Jim Nabors

Special appearance from Maria Von Trapp
regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie Andrews in a musical scene from the film "The Sound of Music" will be among portions of the much-praised
motion picture which will be seen for the first time on television on her show.

[17] The Julie Andrews Hour
27Jan1973 ABC Sat
Guests
Peggy Lee
Robert Goulet

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie, Peggy, Robert and the dancers open the show with "Candy Man".
Peggy sings "Someone Who Cares".
The entire company does a salute to Sagittarius in which Rich Little offers impressions of Frank Sinatra and
Jean Stapleton.
Robert and Julie duet with "Only a Rose".
Alice Ghostley conjures up a dream of Robert Goulet as a Canadian Mountie in a sketch called "The Lump".
Julie, Peggy and Robert pay tribute to famed impressario David Merrick and his years on Broadway.
Julie and the men are seen in "Before the Parade Passes By" from "Hello, Dolly!".
Peggy sings "Who Will Buy?" from "Oliver!"
Robert and Rich perform "Who Can I Turn To" from "The Roar of the Greasepaint".
Julie sings "Love Makes the world Go Round" from "Carnival".
Julie and Rich spin the decibel meter with their version of "Gonna Build a Mountain" from "Stop the World, I Want
to Get Off"
and everyone gets together for a medley from "Gypsy".

[18] The Julie Andrews Hour
03Feb1973 ABC Sat
Guests
Sid Caesar
John Davidson

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie and her chorus line start off with an inventive dance version of the old favorite "On the Sunny Side of the Street".
Julie sings "Baubles, Bangles and Beads".
A zodiac tribute to Aquarians.
Sid Caesar appears as Prof. Ludwig for a lecture on the game of chess.
Sid has the title role in a satire of "The Godfather" with the rest of the cast joining in.

[19] The Julie Andrews Hour
10Feb1973 ABC Sat
Guests
Angela Lansbury
Steve Lawrence
Luiz Bonfa

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie and Angela sing the famous songs of stars Ethel Merman, Helen Morgan, Judy Garland and Carmen Miranda in a
tribute to women of show business playing the Dolly Sisters.
Angela is Helen Morgan and Sophie Tucker and Julie dances a la Eleanor Powell and a singing Judy Garland.
Rich Little impersonates W.C. Fields, Angela as Mae West in a sketch.
Guitarist Bonga accompanies Julie and Steve for a Latin medley.
Angela sings "I Don't Want to Know". (which she did on Broadway in "Dear World")
The cast has fun with numbers from "The Desert Song" and "HMS Pinafore".

[20] The Julie Andrews Hour
17Feb1973 ABC Sat
Guests
Sandy Duncan
Sergio Franchi
Jim Henson with Muppets Thog and Rowlf the Dog

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie opens the show with "I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise".
Julie ranges from "Speak Low" to a "My Fair Lady" medley, a kiddie number and a sexy dance number with Sandy Duncan,
hoping to erase their "Miss Perfect" images.
Sergio Franchi duets with Julie in "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice", from Saint Saens Opera "Sampson and Delilah".
A visit with the Muppets in a sketch which allows Rich Little to become Bogart, Capote, James Mason, John Wayne,
Rod Serling, Henry Fonda and Robert Goulet.
An astrological salute to Leos.
Sergio leads the cast in closing with a tribute to Jerome Kern singing "Old Man River".

[--] The Julie Andrews Hour
24Feb1973 ABC Sat [repeat of the premiere show 13Sep72]


[21] The Julie Andrews Hour
03Mar1973 ABC Sat
Guests
Sammy Davis Jr.
regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Sammy joins Julie for Broadway song hits, impressions and a Blood, Sweat & Tears medley with "Spinning Wheel",
"Get It On" and "Redemption".
Julie as Adelaide and Sammy as Nathan Detroit perform "Sue Me" from "Guys and Dolls".
Sammy doffs his fedora to put on the hat of Tevya to sing "If I Were a Rich Man" from "Fiddler on the Roof".
Sammy joins Julie for ""How are Things in Glocca Morra?"
Sammy as Professor Howard Hill in striped blazers and straw hats joins Julie for "Trouble" from "Music Man".
Rich Little and Sammy Davis team up to mimic Bing Crosby, Perry Como, Nat "King" Cole, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
Sammy doing Frank Sinatra and Rich miming Anthony Newley sing "They Can't Take That Away From Me".
Sammy and Rich reunite as Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin to sing "Everybody Loves Somebody".
Sammy as Bing sings "Two Sleepy People" and Rich as Perry Como sings "Gone Fishin'"
Memories of Nat "King" Cole are revived by Sammy with "Sweet Lorraine".
Julie and Sammy give a salute to show business' oldest profession.
*NOTE: Songs from "Fiddler on the Roof", "Music Man", "My Fair Lady" and "Finian's Rainbow" are performed.

[--] The Julie Andrews Hour
10Mar1973 ABC Sat
pre-empted for Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night" theater production starring Laurence Olivier.


[22] The Julie Andrews Hour
17Mar1973 ABC SAt
Guests
Carol Lawrence
Steve Lawrence

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Tribute to songs from the 1930's.
Julie and Steve sing Hit Parade tunes like "Begin the Beguine".
Carol and the chorus dance to "Stompin' at the Savoy", "Doing the Lambeth Walk" and "Ten Cents a Dance".
Film clips of the Depression days, Betty Boop, and some never before shown clips of W.C. Fields are featured .
Rich Little does impressions in the Andy Hardy segment.
  Julie Andrews Hour - 30's Medley
 
[23] The Julie Andrews Hour
24Mar1973 ABC Sat
Guests
Donald O'Connor
Harve Presnell

regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
The music of Frank Loesser ("Guys and Dolls") is saluted.
Julie sings "Something's Gotta Give", "But Not For Me", "Somebody Somewhere" and "If I Were a Bell".
Donald does "Once in Love with Amy".
Harve sings "When I Look in Your Eyes" and "Luck Be a Lady".
Julie and Donald do a street medley.
Harve and Julie sing "Out of My Dreams" and "My Heart is So Full of You".
Julie, Donald and Harve perform "I Believe in You" and "The Brotherhood of Man".

[24] The Julie Andrews Hour
31Mar1973 ABC Sat
Guests
Henry Mancini
regulars
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli Dancers
Highlights:
Julie dances to the Mancini beat from "Peter Gunn", and "The Pink Panther" and joins her guest in a salute to
their daughter, reading lyrics and letters by their respective offspring.
Bloopers cut from earlier shows are shown and a letter written by Julie's daughter is read.

[--] 07Apr73 ABC Sat (no details)
[--] 14Apr73 ABC Sat (no details)
[--] 21Apr73 ABC Sat (no details)
[--] 28Apr73 ABC Sat (final episodes or rerun?)
Some sources say that the final episode aired 28Apr73 (possibly a rerun)

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