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Starring William Shatner Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Season 3 (NBC) (1968-69)
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################### Star Trek ################
############## season 3 1968-69 ##############
################ (final season) ##############
NBC Fridays 10:00-11:00pm Eastern (24 episodes)

Executive Vice President in Charge of Production: Douglas S. Cramer (season 3)
Executive Producer: Gene Roddenberry / Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman (season 3)
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters (season 3)

3.1 [--] Star Trek: SPOCK'S BRAIN (verified on film)
20 September 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman 
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Lee Cronin / Directed by Marc Daniels
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Marj Dusay .... Kara
With:
James Doohan
Walter Koenig
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Majel Barrett
James Daris ...... Creature (Morg)
Sheila Leighton .... Luma
A woman arrives, stuns everyone, steals Spock's brain and disappears. 

3.2 [--] Star Trek: THE ENTERPRISE INCIDENT (verified on film)
27 September 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by D.C. Fontana / Directed by John Meredyth Lucas
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Joanne Linville .... Romulan Commander
Co-Starring:
Jack Donner ........ Subcommander Tal
*
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
George Takei
Walter Koenig
Majel Barrett
Richard Compton .... Technical Officer
Robert Gentile ..... Technician
Mike Howden ........ Romulan Guard
Gordon Coffey ...... Romulan Soldier
Kirk seems to be deranged and ends up getting himself and Spock captured by those pesky Romulans

3.3 [--] Star Trek: THE PARADISE SYNDROME (verified on film)
4 October 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Margaret Armen / Directed by Jud Taylor
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Sabrina Scharf .... Miramanee
Also Starring:
Rudy Solari .... Salish
*
James Doohan
George Takei
Walter Koenig
And:
Richard Hale ....... Goro
With:
Majel Barrett
Naomi Pollack ...... Indian Woman
John Lindesmith .... Engineer
Peter Virgo,Jr. .... Warrior
Lamont Laird ....... Indian Boy
Kirk vanishes and loses his memory - and he's on a planet that's about to be obliterated.

3.4 [--] Star Trek: AND THE CHILDREN SHALL LEAD  (verified on film)
11 October 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Edward J. Lasko / Directed by Marvin Chomsky
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Co-Starring: (No Guest Star)
Craig Hundley ...... Tommy Starnes
James Wellman ...... Professor Starnes
Melvin Belli ....... Gorgan
*
James Doohan
Majel Barrett
Nichelle Nichols
George Takei
Walter Koenig,
Pamelyn Ferdin ..... Mary
Caesar Belli ....... Steve
Mark Robert Brown ... Don
Brian Tochi ........ Ray Tsingtao
Lou Elias .......... 1st Technician 
The Enterprise takes on board some orphaned children, with some rather unusual gifts.

3.5 [--] Star Trek: IS THERE IN TRUTH NO BEAUTY?  (verified on film)
18 October 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Jean Lisette Aroeste / Directed by Ralph Senensky
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Diana Muldaur ...... Dr. Miranda Jones
Co-Starring:
David Frankham .... Larry Marvick (Doctor)
*
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Walter Koenig
The Enterprise transports the Medusan Ambassador Kollos; his telepathic interpreter, Dr Miranda Jones; and Engineer
Laurence Marvick. Only Vulcans and those trained in Vulcan self-control can handle the horrible sight of a Medusan
(and then only with eye protection). Attempting to kill Kollos, Marvick (jealous of Miranda's interest in Kollos)
goes insane at the sight of the Mudasan ambassador. Before dying Marvick, one of the designers of the Enterprise,
takes the ship outside the galaxy where it is hopelessly lost. Once it is discovered that Miranda is blind
(she had fooled them with a complicated neural sensor in her dress) and cannot guide the Enterprise, Spock mind-melds
with the navigationally proficient ambassador who quickly gets the Enterprise back in known galactic space. However,
while severing the mind-meld, he forgets the visor, sees Kollos, and goes insane. Because of her jealousy of Spock's
relationship with Kollos, Miranda hesitates to give help, but with Kirk's urging reconsiders and helps Spock take
control of his mind.

3.6 [--] Star Trek: SPECTRE OF THE GUN  (verified on film)
25 October 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Lee Cronin / Directed by Vincent McEveety
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Also Starring: (No Guest Stars)
Ron Soble ......... Wyatt Earp
Bonnie Beecher .... Sylvia
*
James Doohan
Walter Koenig
Nichelle Nichols
Charles Maxwell ... Virgil Earp
Rex Holman ........ Morgan Earp
With:
Sam Gilman ........ Doc Holliday
Charles Seel ...... Ed
Bill Zuckert ...... Johnny Behan
Ed McCready ....... Barber
Abraham Sofaer .... Melkotian Voice
As punishment for trespassing on their planet, the inhabitants condemn Capt. Kirk and his landing party as the
losing side of a surreal recreation of the Gunfight at the OK corral.

3.7 [--] Star Trek: DAY OF THE DOVE (verified on film)
1 November 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Jerome Bixby / Directed by Marvin Chomsky
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Michael Ansara .... Kang
Co-Starring:
Susan Howard ...... Mara
*
James Doohan
Walter Koenig
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
David Ross ....... Lt. Johnson
Mark Tobin ....... Klingon
A mysterious entity sees the Enterprise crew and the Klingons at each other's throats... again!


3.8 [--] Star Trek: FOR THE WORLD IS HOLLOW AND I HAVE TOUCHED THE SKY (verified on film)
8 November 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Rik Vollaerts / Directed by Tony Leader
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Kate Woodville .... Natira
*
James Doohan
George Takei
Walter Koenig
Nichelle Nichols
Majel Barrett
Byron Morrow ...... Admiral Westervliet
Jon Lormer ........ Old Man
The Enterprise discovers an apparent asteroid that is on a collision course with a planet is actually an
ancient populated generation ship.

3.9 [--] Star Trek: THE THOLIAN WEB (verified on film)
115 November 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Judy Burns & Chet Richards / Directed by Herb Wallerstein
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
*
(no guest stars)
James Doohan
George Takei
Walter Koenig
Nichelle Nichols
Majel Barrett
Sean Morgan .... Lt. O'Neil
Kirk is once again in peril and the crew's efforts to save him are thwarted by a mysterious web of energy.

3.10 [--] Star Trek: PLATO'S STEPCHILDREN (verified on film)
22 November 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Meyer Dolinskey / Directed by David Alexander
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars:
Michael Dunn ....... Alexander
Liam Sullivan ...... Parmen
Barbara Babcock .... Philana
*
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
Majel Barrett
Ted Scott .......... Eraclitus
Derek Partridge .... Dionyd
The one famous for the first US TV interracial kiss, as the crew become playthings for a bunch of aliens

3.11 [--] Star Trek: WINK OF AN EYE (verified on film)
29 November 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Teleplay by Arthur Heinemann / Story by Lee Cronin / Directed by Jud Taylor
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars:
Kathie Browne ..... Deela
Jason Evers ....... Rael
*
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Majel Barrett
Erik Holland ...... Ekor
Geoffrey Binney .... Compton
The Enterprise is called to an advanced planet to help with an emergency. Beaming down, though, they can
find no people, only their cities. Suddenly, one of the away team seems to disappear from Dr. McCoy's sight.
After the away team beams back up, a series of strange things begin to occur. One such thing is the appearance
of an alien device installed to the life support machinery, which can't be removed because it's protected by
a powerful force field. Going back up to the bridge, Capt Kirk notices everyone on the bridge is slowing down
to a near-stop. He's been hyper-accelerated in time, so that he moves at super-speed compared to the crew.
He then meets the aliens they beamed down to help: the Scalosians. They've been stuck in hyper-acceleration
since radiation poisoned their planet's water supply. Their men are also sterile, so they must lure space vessels
to recruit males for reproductive purposes. Kirk finds his missing crewman, who seems to relish his new life;
he's helped the Scalosians install the device to the life support, which will freeze the crew so that there will
be a fresh supply of fertile males for generations. But a simple injury inflicted by a Scalosian man causes the
crewman's body to age to death in mere minutes. Kirk rebels, but then pretends to accede to the Scalosians' plan.
Meanwhile, the bridge crew saw Kirk vanish. Spock investigates, and figures out that they have hyper-accelerated
invaders. He and McCoy isolate the acceleration factor and its cure. Spock accelerates himself, and finds Kirk.
Together, they defeat the aliens and banish them back to their planet. Kirk then takes the cure, while Spock
remains hyper-accelerated until he undoes all the modifications the Scalosians had made to the Enterprise.

3.12 [--] Star Trek: THE EMPATH  (verified on film)
6 December 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Joyce Muskat / Directed by John Erman
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Kathryn Hays ...... Gem
Co-Starring:
Alan Bergmann ..... Lal
*
James Doohan
George Takei
Davis Roberts ..... Dr. Ozaba
Jason Wingreen .... Dr. Linke
Willard Sage ...... Thann
Kirk, Spock and McCoy end up as human lab rats for powerful alien experimenters.

3.13 [--] Star Trek: ELAAN OF TROYIUS  (verified on film)
20 December 1968 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written and Directed by John Meredyth Lucas
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
France Nuyen ..... Elaan
Co-Starring:
Jay Robinson ..... Ambassador Petri
Tony Young ....... Kryton
*
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
George Takei
Walter Koenig
Majel Barrett
Victor Brandt .... Watson
Dick Durock ...... Guard #1
Charles Beck ..... Guard #2
K.L. Smith ....... Klingon
Kirk is bodyguard to a spoiled princess on the way to a peace conference - and that's when the Klingons attack!

3.14 [--] Star Trek: WHOM GODS DESTROY (verified on film)
3 January 1969 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Teleplay by Lee Erwin; Story by Lee Erwin & Jerry Sohl / Directed by Herb Wallerstein
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars:
Steve Ihnat ..... Fleet Captain Garth
Yvonne Craig .... Marta
*
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Richard Geary .... Andorian
Gary Downey ...... Tellarite
And:
Keye Luke ........ Governor Cory
Kirk gets to meet one of his boyhood heroes ... who is now an insane megalomaniac!

3.15 [--] Star Trek: LET THAT BE YOUR LAST BATTLEFIELD  (verified on film)
10 January 1969 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Teleplay by Oliver Crawford; Story by Lee Cronin / Directed by Jud Taylor
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars:
Frank Gorshin .... Commissioner Bele
Lou Antonio ...... Lokai
*
James Doohan
Walter Koenig
Nichelle Nichols
George Takei
Majel Barrett
The Enterprise encounters two duo-chromatic and mutually belligerent aliens who put the ship in the middle
of their old conflict.

3.16 [--] Star Trek: THE MARK OF GIDEON  (verified on film)
17 January 1969 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by George F. Salvin and Stanley Adams / Directed by Jud Taylor
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars:
Sharon Acker ..... Odona
David Hurst ...... Hodin
*
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Walter Koenig
Gene Dynarski ...... Krodak
Richard Derr ....... Admiral Fitzgerald
Kirk thinks he's been abducted, but ends up on a deserted Enterprise.

3.17 [--] Star Trek: THAT WHICH SURVIVES  (verified on film)
24 January 1969 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Co-Producer: Robert H. Justman
Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Teleplay John Meredyth Lucas; Story by Michael Richards / Directed by Herb Wallerstein
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Lee Meriwether ...... Losira
*
James Doohan
Arthur Batanides ..... D'Amato
*
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Naomi Pollack ........ Lt. Rahda
Booker Bradshaw ...... Dr. M'Benga
Brad Forrest ......... Ensign
Kenneth Washington .... Watkins
Not the perfect date for Kirk and company as the touch from a beautiful woman means instant death!
 
3.18 [--] Star Trek: THE LIGHTS OF ZETAR
31 January 1969 NBC Fri
Starring:
William Shatner; With: Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley,
James Doohan, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols, Walter Koenig, Majel Barrett
Guest Cast:
Jan Shutan .... Lt. Mira Romaine
John Winston .... Lt. Kyle
Libby Erwin .... Technician
Frank da Vinci .... Crewman
The crew comes across a mysterious energy storm heading for Memory Alpha, the database of all Federation Knowledge.

3.19 [--] Star Trek: REQUIEM FOR METHUSELAH  (verified on film)
14 February 1969 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger /  Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Jerome Bixby / Directed by Murray Golden
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars:
James Daly ....... Flint
Louise Sorel ..... Rayna Kapec
*
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
A disease is ravaging the crew but there is a cure, all they have to do is get it.

3.20 [--] Star Trek: THE WAY TO EDEN  (verified on film)
21 February 1969 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Teleplay by Arthur Heinemann; Story by Michael Richards and Arthur Heinemann
Directed by David Alexander
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Skip Homeier ......... Dr. Sevrin
Also Starring:
Charles Napier ....... Adam
Mary-Linda Rapelye ... Irina
*
James Doohan
Walter Koenig
George Takei
Majel Barrett
*
Victor Brandt ....... Tongo Rad
Elizabeth Rogers .... Lt. Palmer
Deborah Downey ...... Girl 1# Mavig
Phyllis Douglas ..... Girl #2
The Enterprise is invaded by a crazy hippy and his followers, who are searching for Eden

3.21 [--] Star Trek: THE CLOUD MINDERS  (verified on film)
28 February 1969 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Teleplay by Margaret Armen; Story by David Gerrold & Oliver Crawford
Directed by Jud Taylor
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Jeff Corey .......... Plasus (High Advisor)
Co-Starring:
Diana Ewing ......... Droxine
Charlene Polite ..... Vanna
*
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
Kirk Raymonde ....... Cloud Guard #1
Jimmy Fields ........ Cloud Guard #2
*
Ed Long ............. Midro
Fred Williamson ..... Anka
Garth Pillsbury ..... Prisoner
Harv Selsby ......... Guard
Kirk tries his hand at negotiation in the hunt for a plague-fighting mineral.

3.22 [--] Star Trek: THE SAVAGE CURTAIN (verified on film)
7 March 1969 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Teleplay by Gene Roddenberry & Arthur Heinemann; Story by Gene Roddenberry
Directed by Herschel Daugherty
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Lee Bergere ........... Abraham Lincoln
Co-Starring:
Barry Atwater ......... Surak
Phillip Pine .......... Col. Green
*
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Walter Koenig
*
Arell Blanton ......... Chief Security Guard (Lt. Dickerson)
Carol Daniels Dement .... Zora
Robert Herron ............ Kahless (the Unforgettable)
Nathan Jung ........... Ghengis Khan
Kirk, Spock, Abraham Lincoln, and Surak are pitted in battle against four notorious villains from history
for the purpose of helping a molten rock creature's understanding of a concept he does not understand,
'good verses evil'.

3.23 [--] Star Trek: ALL OUR YESTERDAYS  (verified on film)
14 March 1969 NBC Fri
Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
xp: GR/ Produced by Fred Frieberger / Associate Producers: Edward K. Milkis & Gregg Peters
Written by Jean Lisette Aroeste
Directed by Marvin Chomsky
director of photography: Al Francis
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Mariette Hartley ..... Zarabeth
Co-Starring:
Ian Wolfe ............ Mr. Atoz
Kermit Murdock ....... The Prosecutor
Ed Bakey ............. The First Fop
*
James Doohan
Anna Karen ........... Woman
Al Cavens ............ Second Fop
Stan Barrett ......... Jailer
And:
Johnny Haymer ........ The Constable
In Star Trek's penultimate episode, Kirk, Spock, and McCoy find themselves transporting down to the planet
arpeidon to investigate (and possibly aid) a planet's evacuation before its sun can go nova. All they find,
however, is a single librarian, Mr Atoz, tending a collection of unusual discs, which play the planet's history
and (to their surprise) allow their users to travel into the past. McCoy and Spock find themselves locked in
the planet's ice age; Kirk in the planet's colonial age; and they must escape back into the present before the
sun explodes, and the library's computer is destroyed. To complicate things, Spock finds himself attracted to a
beautiful political prisoner named Zarabeth.

3.24 [--] Star Trek: TURNABOUT INTRUDER  (final episode)
3 June 1969 NBC Fri
Starring:
William Shatner; With: Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley,
James Doohan, George Takei, Walter Koenig, Majel Barrett
Guest Cast:
Sandra Smith .......... Dr. Janice Lester
Harry Landers ......... Dr. Coleman
Roger Holloway ........ Lt. Lemli
David L. Ross ......... Lt. Galloway
Barbara Baldavin ...... Communications Officer Martine-Taylor
John Boyer ............ Guard
James Drake ........... Security Guard
In the final episode of Star Trek, the Enterprise is answering a medical emergency of an archaeological
expedition. Kirk is confronted with the deep hatred of an old love, Janice Lester, who is severely ill
from celebium radiation. As payment for jilting her, Dr Lester arranges for an alien machine to swap the
consciousness of Kirk and herself in order to take command of the Enterprise from Kirk . Onboard the
Enterprise, Kirk (in Lester's body) tries to convince Spock what has happened. As a result, Janice (in Kirk's body)
conducts a court-marshal with the intent of executing Spock, McCoy, Scotty, and Kirk (in Janice's body) to keep
her secret. The crew realizing something is wrong with their captain does not cooperate. In the turmoil the
transfer reverts, and Dr Coleman is sent for rehabilitation.

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