Tuesday, 6 July 2021

Mark Hamill pre-Star Wars

Mark Hamill

Inevitably the UFO research finally brought me to Star Wars coverage. Although the summer '77 flap is often blamed on Star Wars fever, the film didn't actually open here until December 27th, and then only in London. Most of the people reporting sightings in 1977 wouldn't have seen SW until, at the very earliest, March 1978.

Still, in the run up to Christmas, Fox brought Mark Hamill over for a few days to do press promotion for the imminent UK release of ANH. Alec Guinness was doing Parky that same week, while Mark found himself on Blue Peter being accosted by John Noakes in a TIE fighter helmet - 'Get down, Shep!' - and reminiscing about filming at Elstree. (An experience so thrilling, he assures viewers, that he never missed Blue Peter in the afternoons...)

Blue Peter - Mark Hamill Blue Peter - Mark Hamill
Blue Peter - Mark Hamill Blue Peter - Mark Hamill

Before arriving at the BBC studios though, Hamill did an absolutely amazing interview with the Imperial College London Student TV Society. STOIC president John Sinclair was not overly impressed with the film and he wasn't overly impressed with Hamill either. ('Earlier this year I talked to Mark Hamill who, if nothing else, proved to me that modesty is not counted as one of his major virtues.') It makes for compulsive viewing.



Mark, like the sweet summer child he was, complains that it is unfair to judge a film made for five year olds to the same standards as Molière, has a snipe about the London Evening News, then tells Sinclair he has nice trousers and offers to take him out to dinner.

#1. [Critics say the technology on screen is incompatible with a society as advanced as that in Star Wars.] "Well, Star Wars is set in the past, isn't it?"

#2. "I wish everyone could accept the film in the nature that it was intended." (I mean, George made this movie for five year olds, and instead you have critics that are 45 year old who are reviewing it and saying it’s not Scenes from a Marriage.)

#3. [How much fanmail do you get?] "Oh, about this much."

#4. (How rich am I according to the Evening News?) "Because if I'm rich enough I might just take this whole crew out to dinner." ;)

Hamill goes on to tell Sinclair rather indignantly that he didn't do Star Wars for the money. He could have earned way more working in TV! Which made me curious as to what kind of stuff he was doing before Star Wars. Never let it be said I allow a question to go half answered...



Mark Hamill school yearbook class photo

1968 / 1969
 
According to Wikipedia, Hamill graduated high school from Nile C. Kinnick, a DoD secondary serving the US naval base at Yokosuka, where he was involved in drama club and school plays. American schools loving to not only create but also digitise yearbooks in order to embarrass their students for eternity, I was fairly certain Google would come through with the evidence. So here we have a couple of appearances as a Junior in the 1967/68 yearbook:
  Nile C Kinnick 1968 Yearbook
Nile C Kinnick 1968 Yearbook Drama Club

Plus a pic from Sophomore year (I have literally no idea what age group that equates to...) at Annandale High and a whole bunch as a Senior for the 1968/69 Yo-Hi yearbook. By UK standards this kind of coverage would be über-swot territory, but it probably makes you pretty cool in the US?

Nile C Kinnick 1969 Yearbook
Nile C Kinnick 1969 Yearbook
Nile C Kinnick 1969 Yearbook
Nile C Kinnick 1969 Yearbook
Nile C Kinnick 1969 Yearbook
Nile C Kinnick 1969 Yearbook



1970

Back to Wiki, that arbiter of all knowledge, which tells us Hamill moved back to the States after graduation and enrolled as a drama major at LA City College for the 1969-1970 school year.

★ 1970, October 30th - Headmaster S01:E07 'The Experiment' (CBS)

Sadly this one season wonder seems to have faded into internet obscurity and I couldn't find any scenes online to gif. :(

The Bill Cosby Show The Bill Cosby Show ft Mark Hamill
The Bill Cosby Show 1970 The Bill Cosby Show Season 2

★ 1970, December 20th - The Bill Cosby Show S02:E13 'The Poet'. (NBC)

Hamill starred briefly as a kid named Henry who loved poetry so much he was willing to get into a fist fight with a guy three times his size over it. Luckily Bill Cosby was on hand. (said nobody ever...) He later told kids on a 1978 visit to his old high school that it took 130 auditions before he finally landed this, his first real bit part.



1971

A couple more TV parts but the LACC drama department seemed to be keeping him pretty busy that year, if their programme collection is anything to go by, along with various day jobs as a janitor, an AP copyboy, and a soda jerk. (That is a real thing apparently!)

The Partridge Family - Old Scrapmouth The Partridge Family - Old Scrapmouth
The Partridge Family - Old Scrapmouth The Partridge Family - Old Scrapmouth
The Partridge Family - Old Scrapmouth The Partridge Family - Old Scrapmouth

★ 1971, January 15th - The Partridge Family S01:E16 'Old Scrapmouth'. (ABC)

Laurie has to get braces, but she doesn't want her boyfriend (Hamill) to know. Things only become more complicated when they start picking up the signal from his radio! BBC1 did actually air some of S1 of The Partridge Family in the Friday after school slot for autumn/winter 1971, finishing at episode 14. Some ITV regions then aired it as part of their Saturday morning kids' block for 1972/3, but I'm not sure if they picked up where the BBC left off or just went with later seasons.

LACC The Warrior's Husband 1971
LA Collegian Mark Hamill
LA Collegian #2774 30/03/1971

Cannon - Country Blues Cannon - Country Blues
Cannon - Country Blues Cannon - Country Blues
Cannon - Country Blues Cannon - Country Blues

★ 1971, October 5th - Cannon S01:E04 'Country Blues'. (CBS)

Billed as 'farm boy', Hamill plays up the village idiot trope in this one - he's hiding a parachute from the authorities so his 'Ma can make a dress out of it or something'. This episode aired in the UK on BBC1 in 1973 (19th Jan). 



Tiger Beat

1972

'Groovy' Mark's performances were 'dynamite' enough in '72 to bag him his first ever teen magazine interview with Tiger Beat. I always wonder with these things how much is what the person actually said, and how much is the features editor - either way, once this one was on file Tiger Beat reused it multiple times.


Night Gallery - Mark Hamill Night Gallery - Mark Hamill
Night Gallery - Mark Hamill Night Gallery - Mark Hamill

★ 1972, February 16th - Night Gallery S02:E20B 'There Aren't Anymore MacBanes'. (NBC)

That’s my door.

Oh, I got a telegram here for Elie Green. Is that your wife?

No, that’s me.

*giggles*

What’s your name?

Francis.

So what are you laughing at!


Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law S01:E21 'Smiles From Yesterday Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law S01:E21 'Smiles From Yesterday

★ 1972, February 17th - Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law S01:E21 'Smiles From Yesterday'. (ABC)

Peggy Lee stars as Jenny Rush, a singer accused of plagiarism. Mark Hamill plays her son. I could only find a tiny clip online, but it was enough to reveal the seemingly lax attitude of the 70s costume department - unless you're the star of the show just wear whatever you turn up in, even if it is the same outfit you'll end up wearing the night before on the other channel.
 

The F.B.I S07:E23 'The Corruptor' The F.B.I S07:E23 'The Corruptor'
The F.B.I S07:E23 'The Corruptor' The F.B.I S07:E23 'The Corruptor'
The F.B.I S07:E23 'The Corruptor' The F.B.I S07:E23 'The Corruptor'
The F.B.I S07:E23 'The Corruptor' The F.B.I S07:E23 'The Corruptor'

★ 1972, February 27th - The F.B.I S07:E23 'The Corruptor'. (ABC)

Double denim and double brown corduroy in the same scene. Ah, the 70s.
 

Mark Hamill and Anne Wyndham 
★ 1972 - General Hospital. (ABC)

Hamill got himself a regular gig for nine months (51 episodes according to Jackie magazine...) on the long running soap as the orphaned nephew of Jessie Brewer, Kent Murray, who had to move in with Brewer along with his sister Caroline (Anne Wyndham). The pair were actually dating in real life, meaning uncomfortable footage of Hamill eyeing up his onscreen sister is not confined to the Star Wars era. Tiger Beat magazine did a backstage feature on him during his time with the show:




Jeannie

1973

Branching out into voice work this year, as Corey Anders in Jeannie and various voices in The New Scooby-Doo Movies. Plus another round of live action guest appearances.


★ 1973, January 31st - Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law S02:E18 'Requiem for Young Lovers' (ABC)

No uploads...


★ 1973, September 14th - Room 222 S05:E01 'I've Got the Hammer, if You've Got the Thumb'. (ABC)

I couldn't find any clips to gif.


Owen Marshall - Mark Hamill Owen Marshall - Mark Hamill
Owen Marshall - Mark Hamill Owen Marshall - Mark Hamill
Owen Marshall - Mark Hamill Owen Marshall - Mark Hamill
Owen Marshall - Mark Hamill Owen Marshall - Mark Hamill

★ 1973, September 26th - Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law S03:E03 'The Pool House'. (ABC)

Of all this stuff, I thought this was the one that made least sense from a British POV. Hamill's playing Steve Knight, an 18-year-old who was in a car crash that killed his dad and is now having to resit his last year of school after a slow recovery. Anyway, he starts seeing 16-year-old Jeannie Holden (Lisa Eilbacher) and the two of them get physical. Jeannie's older brother takes exception to her 'making time' with scum like Steve, and in a fit of anger hits her and causes her to knock her head on a table and die - then tries to frame Steve for her murder. 

In gif #3 Steve is telling Jeannie they ought to break up because she's too young to be sleeping with him, and besides she's ugly and he only digs 'foxy chicks'. Jeannie takes it in her stride, but I couldn't help thinking that if this were Special Branch or Crown Court they'd have been investigating an entirely different murder. ('My sister never meant to kill him, honest, but he called her ugly and what could she do but wallop him over the head with his French textbook?')
 

The Magician - Mark Hamill The Magician - Mark Hamill
The Magician - Mark Hamill The Magician - Mark Hamill
The Magician - Mark Hamill The Magician - Mark Hamill
The Magician - Mark Hamill The Magician - Mark Hamill

★ 1973, October 30th - The Magician S01:E04 'Lightning on a Dry Day'. (NBC)

A victim of the 1973 writers' strike, The Magician was a fun show that deserved a longer run. In this episode Hamill plays - what else? - a messed up teenager with an angsty past.



Tiger Beat

1974

You've got to love 70s teen magazines. :D 
 

Insight When You See Arcturus Insight When You See Arcturus
Insight When You See Arcturus Insight When You See Arcturus
Insight When You See Arcturus Insight When You See Arcturus

★ 1974, May 18th - Insight E372 'When You See Arcturus'.

The main character, Charles Flemming, decides to go through a weird ritualised assisted suicide procedure because he’s 'bored' with life. Before completion he's arranged to have a brief meeting with both of his long estranged children. His son Steve (Hamill) tells him that it's a major mistake. Life might be a gift, Steve says, but that doesn't give the recipient the right to use it and then throw it back in the face of the giver. Charles tells him it's none of his business but they're interrupted by the doorbell. It's the police come to tell him Steve was shot dead in a random attack earlier that afternoon...


The Texas Wheelers The Texas Wheelers
The Texas Wheelers The Texas Wheelers
The Texas Wheelers The Texas Wheelers

★ 1974, September 13th - The Texas Wheelers S01. (ABC)

I willingly admit that I'm a snob when it comes to US sitcoms in that I generally just refuse to watch them. But... I actually kind of liked this. Contemporary audiences disagreed and ratings were abysmal compared to NBC's The Rockford Files, meaning the show was cancelled after just four episodes. Another four were eventually aired in the July of the following year. [various press pieces - 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 ]
 

★ 1974, December 4th - The Manhunter S01:E12 'The Lodestar Ambush'. (CBS)

No uploads to be found...
 


★ Kodak TV commercial.

I've seen various years ascribed to this ad, from 1971 through to 1975. The Tele-Instamatic 608 was launched in 1975 so the ad must have been shot in '74 or early '75.



Tiger Beat

1975

 Hamill was everywhere this year! Including, of course, Tiger Beat.


Sarah T. Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic Sarah T. Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic
Sarah T. Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic Sarah T. Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic
Sarah T. Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic Sarah T. Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic

★ 1975, February 11th - Sarah T. Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic. (NBC)

Linda Blair is great in this, as always. Hamill's character - 'that creep Ken' - is not only the kind of boy who would give a 15-year-old liquor (it's the best line of the film, I don't make the rules), he also kept seeing another girl behind her back. Killing his poor horse was still a bit much though.


Petrocelli - Mark Hamill Petrocelli - Mark Hamill
Petrocelli - Mark Hamill Petrocelli - Mark Hamill
Petrocelli - Mark Hamill Petrocelli - Mark Hamill
Petrocelli - Mark Hamill Petrocelli - Mark Hamill

★ 1975, February 26th - Petrocelli S01:E18 'The Outsiders'. (NBC)

Mark Hamill almost gets away with murder when another guy with the same build and outfit just happens to stumble upon the scene...


★ 1975, March 12th - Lucas Tanner S01:E20 'Requiem for a Son'. (NBC)

I couldn't find an upload. :/


Delancey Street: The Crisis Within Delancey Street: The Crisis Within
Delancey Street: The Crisis Within Delancey Street: The Crisis Within
Delancey Street: The Crisis Within Delancey Street: The Crisis Within
Delancey Street: The Crisis Within Delancey Street: The Crisis Within
Delancey Street: The Crisis Within Delancey Street: The Crisis Within

★ 1975, April 19th - Delancey Street: The Crisis Within. (NBC)

I watched this... then I watched it again because I felt like I didn't have a clue what had just happened. Based on the real life Delancey Street Foundation which is a halfway house / self-help organisation that gets ex-convicts, addicts, etc, back on their feet, the film follows other stories but they're all straightforward enough.

Then we have Philip Donaldson (Mark Hamill), a 17-year-old staying there to get help with controlling his hyperkinesis. Today that would be severe ADHD but it seems to have been a broader diagnosis in ‘75 so, well, who knows. The people in charge all talk like he’s at his last chance to make something of his life. We’re told that he’s been hospitalised for it in the past, and one of the other characters describes him as a ‘basket case’. Another says they shouldn’t make allowances for him just because he has some rich kid disease nobody can even pronounce. 

Anyway, his roommate can't put up with him any longer so he's matched with Robert 'Bob' Holtzman, a just released convict who's spent 36 years in San Quentin for car theft and then murdering a fellow inmate. It's 1975 so obviously this seems like a great idea. Because Bob is the strong silent type but he kind of takes Phil under his wing. He tells Phil everyone gets scared sometimes - himself included, lets Phil inundate him with dumb questions, and even promises they'll plant some birds of paradise together even though Phil 'can't think very good' when he gets stressed and has come to believe he can’t do anything that requires patience. 

Whatever, when we next see them Phil is practising introducing Bob to his parents. They turn out to be super rich and fancy and horrified their son is associating with such a character. This was where I realised I was maybe missing some serious cues because the meeting is hella tense, and I figured at first Phil's mum was actually trying to come onto Bob the vibe was so weird. But it turns out she's simply quizzing him about his lonely time in San Quentin because she thinks he must be in a gay relationship with Phil, on the grounds that there's no other reason a man older than his father would want to be friends with him.

(Up to this point I was very much viewing their relationship in the stock trope of 'messed up kid gets much needed stable - if inappropriate - adult influence who'll occasionally grunt in response to their inane rambling.' Re-watching it I thought you could see it either way if you wanted to...)

So, yeah, the dinner ends in disaster with Phil's mum asking Phil straight out if Bob's a homosexual and that’s why he wants to be Phil's friend. Phil proceeds to completely and utterly lose his shit. He smashes up a mirror, tries to hit his mum, scuffles with his dad, and runs off. Then, an hour or so later, breaks back into his parents' house, steals his dad's rifle, then sets himself up in sniper position at the top of a tower.

Bob has to go up there and talk him down before police take a shot at him. Phil's a wreck, clinging to the gun, and asks 'do you understand - do you at least understand what I'm doing?' Bob surely speaks for all of us when he answers 'no'. So Phil comes back with 'No!? How can you say you're my friend? How can you say you care about what happens to me, you don't even understand.'

I had no idea what Phil thought he was doing at this point, so I sympathised with Bob's less than stellar response: 'Philip, I don't know why you and me are friends. Out of all the people there, all the people that have been in the joint like me in Quentin, I don't know why, I don't understand it. But I don’t think it makes any difference. I don't even understand why I'm here. But I don't think that matters either.'

Phil says, 'It should. If you're gonna die you should at least know why.'

Bob: 'What for? You don't.'

Phil: 'I know!'

Bob: 'No, you don't. I've seen too many people die. Maybe that's one of the reasons I'm here. 'Cos you don’t know.'

I am still mystified tbh. Anyway, Phil starts crying his eyes out and Bob moves towards him. Then it cuts to outside where police snipers are in position for a tense few moments. Then we see the gun being dropped from the window and Bob hugging a sobbing Phil.

End of story.


Poisoned Snow - Mark Hamill Poisoned Snow - Mark Hamill
Poisoned Snow - Mark Hamill Poisoned Snow - Mark Hamill
Poisoned Snow - Mark Hamill Poisoned Snow - Mark Hamill

★ 1975, September 11th - The Streets of San Francisco S04:E01 'Poisoned Snow'. (ABC)

When Inspector George Turner's wife, a fellow narcotics detective, is murdered, he decides to get his revenge by cutting a shipment of cocaine with rat poison. Meanwhile his son Andy has been worrying his mother - Turner's first wife - by hanging out with a bad crowd and refusing to get his sniffly cold checked out... You know exactly how it's ending.


Bronk - Mark Hamill Bronk - Mark Hamill
Bronk - Mark Hamill Bronk - Mark Hamill
Bronk - Mark Hamill Bronk - Mark Hamill
Bronk - Mark Hamill Bronk - Mark Hamill

★ 1975, November 9th - Bronk S01:E08 'Line of Fire'. (CBS)

Bronk is criminally little known in the UK, but it's actually one of my preferred 70s US detective shows. In this episode, Mark 'playing young men with daddy issues is my raison d'etre' Hamill stars as Kevin Bossick. His big brother has been involved with a series of supermarket heists that have left a young man dead, and their dad, beat cop Frank Bossick, is torn between protecting his son and doing the right thing and helping Bronk bring him in.

I dunno if this was more bring your own clothes in casting, but the red and white t-shirt in the first scene is definitely the same as the one he was wearing in The Texas Wheelers the year before. I like to think they were just like, "Hmm, not geeky enough - put these glasses on. Yes, our work here is done."


Eric - Mark Hamill Eric - Mark Hamill
Eric - Mark Hamill Eric - Mark Hamill
Eric - Mark Hamill Eric - Mark Hamill
Eric - Mark Hamill Eric - Mark Hamill

★ 1975, November 10th - Eric. (NBC)

I'm always a sucker for a 70s TV movie, but this one hit me right in the feels. Based on Dorothy Lund's book of the same name, about her teenage son who died of Leukaemia, it had me crying like a baby. The scene above is where Mark Hamill's character, Eric's little brother Paul, finds out what's really wrong with him. But the real tear jerker is a scene between Eric (John Savage) and his dad (Claude Akins):

"Remember when I was a kid we used to swim out to the point? And when I got tired you used to say, just put your arms around my neck and hold on. We’ll get there. Daddy, I don’t think I can get there."

brb, crying 4eva.


Petrocelli S02:E08 'The Gamblers' Petrocelli S02:E08 'The Gamblers'
Petrocelli S02:E08 'The Gamblers' Petrocelli S02:E08 'The Gamblers'
Petrocelli S02:E08 'The Gamblers' Petrocelli S02:E08 'The Gamblers'

★ 1975, November 12th - Petrocelli S02:E08 'The Gamblers'. (NBC)

Yet another teenage tearaway role. Barry Newman does look mighty fine in this episode though. ♥





1976

I could have tried harder to find a magazine clipping or something from '76, but who wants to pass up the opportunity to stick another Peter Cushing picture on their blog? There was location shooting in Tunisia in the March, then the bulk of ANH's live action scenes were filmed at Elstree, but Hamill still found time to film a few US TV appearances.


★ 1976, January 19th - Medical Center S07:E17 'You Can't Annul My Baby'. (CBS)

The internet failed to find me an upload of this.


Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence - Mark Hamill Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence - Mark Hamill
Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence - Mark Hamill Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence - Mark Hamill
Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence - Mark Hamill Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence - Mark Hamill

★ 1976, February 8th - Mallory: Circumstantial Evidence. (NBC)

Despite looking like a scene from any prison induction porno you care to think of, this was actually an unchosen pilot which aired as a TV movie. Hamill's character, Joe Celli, is being taught a lesson with a few nights in prison for twocking his rich uncle's car. But his pretty boy looks end up attracting all the wrong kinds of attention and he barely makes it a full day before killing a fellow inmate in self-defence.
 

One Day at a Time - Schneider's Pride and Joy One Day at a Time - Schneider's Pride and Joy
One Day at a Time - Schneider's Pride and Joy One Day at a Time - Schneider's Pride and Joy
One Day at a Time - Schneider's Pride and Joy One Day at a Time - Schneider's Pride and Joy
One Day at a Time - Schneider's Pride and Joy One Day at a Time - Schneider's Pride and Joy

★ 1976, November 30th - One Day at a Time S02:E09 'Schneider's Pride and Joy'. (CBS)

Hamill plays Schneider's 17-year-old nephew who the guy idolises. At least until he learns the kid's been nicking half the apartment block's electronics...



Star Wars Poster

1977

Star Wars hit its first theatres in May 1977 and made Hamill a household name. But there was still time early on in the year for a few more TV appearances...


The City 1977 The City 1977
The City 1977 The City 1977
The City 1977 The City 1977
The City 1977 The City 1977

★ 1977, January 12th - The City. (NBC)

Apparently this was a pilot for a show that was never picked up, forcing the world to wait years longer than it need have for Don Johnson in a regular cop role. I thought it was definitely one of the better things on this list though - Hamill is playing Eugene Banks, a 21-year-old mechanic who loses his grip completely on receiving a letter from his birth mother informing him his dad is world famous country star, Wes Collins (Jimmy Dean). 

The same Wes Collins who once served a two year stretch for almost beating a 6 month old Eugene Banks to death, leading to the kid growing up in a series of abusive foster homes and reform schools. Father of the year material, right there. The only really disappointing thing about this was the lack of revenge wrecked on Collins. Eugene kills his dog and slashes his arm, but that's it. I feel the way is wide open for a sequel where Eugene is released early for good behaviour and immediately tracks Collins back down to finish the job properly...
 

The Streets of San Francisco - Innocent No More The Streets of San Francisco - Innocent No More
The Streets of San Francisco - Innocent No More The Streets of San Francisco - Innocent No More
The Streets of San Francisco - Innocent No More The Streets of San Francisco - Innocent No More
The Streets of San Francisco - Innocent No More The Streets of San Francisco - Innocent No More

★ 1977, February 24th - The Streets of San Francisco S05:E17 'Innocent No More'. (ABC)

In another typical role, Hamill plays 16-year-old gang member Billy Wilson, a youth so beyond rehabilitation the judge agrees to have him tried as an adult on a murder charge.
 

Eight is Enough - Mark Hamill Eight is Enough - Mark Hamill
Eight is Enough - Mark Hamill Eight is Enough - Mark Hamill

★ 1977, March 15th - Eight is Enough S01:E01 'pilot'. (ABC)

Grant Goodeve replaced Hamill as David when the show was picked up for production.



Star Wars finally opened on December 27th 1977 in London, then in other major UK cities at the end of January 1978. By mid March it was showing mostly everywhere and the British teen mags had begun running their own features on Hamill. 

Oh Boy! - December 10th 1977
Oh Boy! - February 11th 1978
Oh Boy!
Oh Boy!
Jackie - March 18th 1978

These are all scans I found on the 'net - I had a look through my own 70s mag collection but, you know, print space was at a premium and how could the average teenage girl of 1978 have survived without their full quota of David Essex and the Bay City Rollers??

I first saw A New Hope on VHS when I was about five - c. 1992 - and am still not over the betrayal of my dad telling me the bad guys were all robots so I wouldn't whine about people dying all through the action sequences. Marianna, by contrast, had no concerns about the death toll. After her first viewing she told us when she grew up she would become Darth Marianna, marry Darth Vader, and they would adopt Darth Maul as their baby. Should I worry? Probably.




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