Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Arc of Infinity

Omega (Ian Collier) and his charming
assistant, the Ergon (Malcolm Harvey)
Four episodes (Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four)
First broadcast Jan 3 to 12 1983
Average audience for serial: 7.15m

CAST

Peter Davison (The Doctor) Born Apr 13 1951
Doctor Who credits
Played: The Doctor in Logopolis, Castrovalva, Four to Doomsday, Kinda, The Visitation, Black Orchid, Earthshock, Time-Flight, Arc of Infinity, Snakedance, Mawdryn Undead, Terminus, Enlightenment, The King's Demons, The Five Doctors, Warriors of the Deep, The Awakening, Frontios, Resurrection of the Daleks, Planet of Fire, The Caves of Androzani (1981-84). Return appearances in Dimensions in Time (1993), Time Crash (2007)
Career highlights
Peter's earliest screen appearance was in a 1974 episode of Warship, after which he popped up in The Tomorrow People (1975), Saint Joan (1979), The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy (1981), Anna of the Five Towns (1985), Magnum PI (1985), Kinsey (1992), Harnessing Peacocks (1993), Black Beauty (1994), Jonathan Creek (1998), Wuthering Heights (1998), Parting Shots (1998), The Mrs Bradley Mysteries (2000), The Complete Guide to Parenting (2006), Marple: At Bertram's Hotel (2007), Fear, Stress and Anger (2007), Unforgiven (2009), Miranda (2009), The Queen (2009), Sherlock (2010), New Tricks (2011), Pat and Cabbage (2013) and Death in Paradise (2014). Peter, whose birth surname is Moffett, has had lead or regular roles in many series, starting with Tom Holland in Love for Lydia (1977), Russell Milburn in Holding the Fort (1980-82), Brian Webber in Sink or Swim (1980-82), Dr Stephen Daker in A Very Peculiar Practice (1986-88) and its spin-off A Very Polish Practice (1992), Albert Campion in Campion (1989-90), Tristan Farnon in All Creatures Great and Small (1978-90), Ralph West in Fiddlers Three (1991), Clive Quigley in Ain't Misbehavin' (1994-95), David Braithwaite in At Home with the Braithwaites (2000-03), Bill Shore in Distant Shores (2005-08), DC "Dangerous" Davies in The Last Detective (2003-07) and Henry Sharpe in Law and Order UK (2011-14). He also appeared in a number of fan spin-off videos in the 1990s, and was the mastermind behind the Doctor Who 50th anniversary project The Five(ish) Doctors (Reboot) (2013).
Facts
Peter composed and sang the theme tune for the 1978 comedy Mixed Blessings and the 1980 children's series Button Moon. Between 1978-94 Peter was married to American actress Sandra Dickinson. In 2003 he married actress Elizabeth Morton. In 2001 Peter (on Twitter here) hit the headlines when he made a citizen's arrest after a 15-year-old youth allegedly stole a video camera from his car in Belsize Park, London. Peter gave chase and restrained the youth for 10 minutes before police arrived. Peter's daughter (with Dickinson) is actress Georgia Moffett, who appeared as the title character, Jenny, in The Doctor's Daughter (2008). As if to make matters even more complicated, Tenth Doctor David Tennant married Georgia in 2011 - making him Peter's son-in-law! - and the couple had a daughter together in 2011, Olivia. All this means that Olivia has a Doctor for her father and her grandfather, and the "Doctor's daughter" for her mother! Time for a lie-down...

Sarah Sutton (Nyssa) Born Dec 12 1961
Doctor Who credits
Played: Nyssa in The Keeper of Traken, Logopolis, Castrovalva, Four to Doomsday, Kinda, The Visitation, Black Orchid, Earthshock, Time-Flight, Arc of Infinity, Snakedance, Mawdryn Undead, Terminus (1980-83). Return appearances in The Caves of Androzani (1984) and Dimensions in Time (1993)
Played: Ann Talbot in Black Orchid (1982)
Career highlights
Prior to Doctor Who Sarah had appeared in Menace (1973), Alice Through the Looking Glass (1973, as Alice), Late Call (1975), Oil Strike North (1975), Westway (1976), The Moon Stallion (1978) and The Crucible (1980). After leaving Doctor Who she took roles in Casualty (1989) and Unnatural Pursuits (1992), but she then left her acting career to bring up a family. She has been playing Nyssa on Big Finish audios since 2000's Land of the Dead.

Janet Fielding (Tegan) Born Sep 9 1953
Doctor Who credits
Played: Tegan Jovanka in Logopolis, Castrovalva, Four to Doomsday, Kinda, The Visitation, Black Orchid, Earthshock, Time-Flight, Arc of Infinity, Snakedance, Mawdryn Undead, Terminus, Enlightenment, The King's Demons, The Five Doctors, Warriors of the Deep, The Awakening, Frontios, Resurrection of the Daleks (1981-84). Return appearance in The Caves of Androzani (1984), as well as the Jim'll Fix It sketch A Fix with Sontarans (1985)
Career highlights
Prior to Doctor Who, Australian born Janet had appeared in the Hammer House of Horror episode Charlie Boy (1980), and subsequent credits include Shelley (1982), Minder (1984), Hold the Back Page (1986) and Parnell and the Englishwoman (1991).
Facts
After training as an actor Down Under, Janet moved to the UK in 1977, but in 1991 gave up acting to work for pressure group Women in Film and Television. In the 1990s she became an actors' agent, representing Paul McGann when he was cast as the Eighth Doctor in 1996. In 1982, Janet married Daily Mirror and World in Action journalist Nicholas Davies, who later became notable for allegations of being an arms dealer and Mossad agent, as well as one of Diana, Princess of Wales's lovers. They divorced in 1991. Janet reprised her role as Tegan in 2006 for the Big Finish audio adventure The Gathering, and has played her ever since on audio. In 2012 it was revealed that Janet was fighting cancer. She is heavily involved in the community scheme Project MotorHouse in Ramsgate, UK, and successfully organised two fundraising events in 2013 which reunited firstly five Doctors (numbers 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10) and then 12 companions (along with Peter Davison).

Ian Collier (Omega) Jan 25 1943 to Oct 1 2008
Doctor Who credits
Played: Stuart Hyde in The Time Monster (1974)
Played: Omega in Arc of Infinity (1983)
Career highlights
Debuting in Hamlet (1969), Ian's further work includes The Pathfinders (1973), Rentaghost (1976), The Sweeney (1978), Cribb (1980), Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (1981), Hi-De-Hi! (1982), A Fine Romance (1983), Are You Being Served? (1985), EastEnders (1985), Howards' Way (1986), CATS Eyes (1987), Colin's Sandwich (1988), Heritage Africa (1989), House of Cards (1990), Keeping Up Appearances (1992) and Jeeves and Wooster (1993).
Facts
Ian also did a lot of voice work, and was involved in a number of audio products related to The Lord of the Rings trilogy (2001-03).

Leonard Sachs (Borusa) Sep 26 1909 to Jun 15 1990
Doctor Who credits
Played: Admiral de Coligny in The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve (1966)
Played: Borusa in Arc of Infinity (1983)
Career highlights
South African born Leonard's acting career stems back as far as 1936 with Secret of Stamboul, and he took roles in The Ringer (1946), Richard II (1950), Robin Hood (1953), The Men of Sherwood Forest (1954), Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (1955), White Hunter (1958), Hancock's Half Hour (1959), Oscar Wilde (1960), Konga (1961), The Plane Makers (1963), Thunderball (1965), Sexton Blake (1967), Elizabeth R (1971), Coronation Street (1974), Victorian Scandals (1976) and Pig in the Middle (1983). He was perhaps best known for hosting music hall variety show The Good Old Days (1955-83).
Facts
In 1937 Leonard helped found an old time music hall venue named the Players' Theatre in London; it closed in 2002. In 1984 Leonard was fined £75 for importuning men for immoral purposes in a public toilet. His son was the late actor Robin Sachs (who appeared in Torchwood: Miracle Day in 2011), and he was married to actress Eleanor Summerfield. He and his wife were poles apart in their political support, so they agreed to differ. As a result, each election the windows on the left side of their home were adorned with Vote Labour posters and the right hand side with Vote Conservative.
This is Your Life: Leonard was the subject of Thames TV's This is Your Life on March 9th, 1977, surprised by host Eamonn Andrews and a busload of people dressed in Edwardian clothing outside the Horse and Groom pub in London.

Michael Gough (Hedin) Nov 23 1916 to Mar 17 2011
Doctor Who credits
Played: The Toymaker in The Celestial Toymaker (1966)
Played: Hedin in Arc of Infinity (1983)
Career highlights
Malaysia-born Michael appeared in over 150 productions since his debut in Androcles and the Lion in 1946. He had roles in The Man in the White Suit (1951), The Sword and the Rose (1953), Ill Met by Moonlight (1957), Dracula (1958), Dancers in Mourning (1959), The Saint (1964), Orlando (1966-67), two episodes of The Avengers (1965/67, playing the inventor of the Cybernauts in the former), Women in Love (1969), The Search for the Nile (1971), Horror Hospital (1973), Galileo (1975), The Boys from Brazil (1978), Brideshead Revisited (1981), Oxford Blues (1984), Out of Africa (1985), Inspector Morse (1987), A Killing on the Exchange (1987), Blackeyes (1989), Sleepers (1991), The Age of Innocence (1993), The Cherry Orchard (1999), Sleepy Hollow (1999) and Corpse Bride (2005). He may be best known as Alfred Pennyworth the butler in the first four Batman films (1989-97) and six TV adverts (2001), and ironically appeared alongside Alan Napier, who played the same character in the 1960s TV series, in the mini-series QB VII (1974).
Awards
1957: BAFTA TV Award for Best Actor
1979: Tony Award for Best Actor (Featured Role - Play) (Bedroom Farce)
Facts
Michael was married to Doctor Who companion actress Anneke Wills between 1962-79, with whom he had two children (one of them, Polly, was actually actor Anthony Newley's biological child, but Michael adopted her). He had another child with second wife Anne Leon, and another - actor Simon Gough - with third wife Diana Graves. Michael would have returned to the role of the Toymaker in 1986 if the original Season 23 had been made (the story The Nightmare Fair). Michael was the first BAFTA winner to appear in Doctor Who.

Colin Baker (Maxil) Born Jun 8 1943
Doctor Who credits
Played: Maxil in Arc of Infinity (1983)
Played: The Doctor in The Caves of Androzani, The Twin Dilemma, Attack of the Cybermen, Vengeance on Varos, The Mark of the Rani, The Two Doctors, Timelash, Revelation of the Daleks, The Trial of a Time Lord (1984-86). Return appearance in Dimensions in Time (1993). Colin also played the Doctor in the radio play Slipback (1985), the Jim'll Fix It sketch A Fix with Sontarans (1985) and the stage play The Ultimate Adventure (1989)
Career highlights
Colin made his debut in The Adventures of Don Quick (1970), followed by Roads to Freedom (1970), Cousin Bette (1971), The Moonstone (1972), The Carnforth Practice (1974), Doctors and Nurses (1979), Blake's 7 (1980), Juliet Bravo (1982), The Citadel (1983), Swallows and Amazons Forever! (1984), The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (1993), Harry's Mad (1995), The Famous Five (1997), Jonathan Creek (1997), The Knock (1997), Sunburn (1999), Dangerfield (1999), Hollyoaks (2000), Your Mother Should Know (2006), Kingdom (2009), Hustle (2010), Shadows of a Stranger (2014) and The Mild Bunch (2015). He also enjoyed great success as the villainous Paul Merroney in The Brothers (1974-76), and in 2012 took part in I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! (finishing eighth out of 12). Colin appeared in numerous fan spin-off videos through the 1990s, and since 1999 has been playing his Doctor in Big Finish's audio adventures.
Facts
Colin's first wife was the actress Liza Goddard, who appeared in Terminus (1983). Shortly before Colin took the role of the Doctor, he and his second wife Marion suffered the loss of their baby son Jack to cot death syndrome. Colin subsequently became a passionate fundraiser for the Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths, with many of his personal appearance fees being donated to the charity. Colin was the roommate of David Troughton, son of Second Doctor Patrick, during the 1960s and later became his best man. Colin has been writing a regular column for his local newspaper the Bucks Free Press since 1995. Here he is, on Twitter!

Elspet Gray (Thalia) Apr 12 1929 to Feb 18 2013
Career highlights
Scottish born Elspet made her earliest appearance in The Blind Goddess (1948), later being cast in Fly Away Peter (1948), Johnny on the Spot (1954), Devil's Point (1954), Strange Experiences (1955), Dial RIX (1962-63), Goodbye, Mr Chips (1969), The Crezz (1976), The Many Wives of Patrick (1976-78), Fawlty Towers (1979), Solo (1981-82), The Black Adder (1982-83), Tenko (1984), Pulaski (1987), Casualty (1990), Dead Romantic (1992), Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994), Ruth Rendell Mysteries (1996) and Dinnerladies (1998). She also had long-running roles as Lady Collingford in Catweazle (1970-71).
Facts
Elspet was married to Lord Brian Rix, former actor and tireless fundraiser for Mencap, whose title made her Lady Rix. They have four children, one of whom, Shelley, had Down's Syndrome and died in 2005 at the age of 53. Their daughter Louisa is also an actress, while their son Jamie is a TV producer (he also wrote the children's cartoon series Willo the Wisp!). Elspet's sister-in-law was the actress Sheila Mercier, best known as Annie Sugden from soap Emmerdale Farm.

Paul Jerricho (Castellan) Born Nov 18 1948
Doctor Who credits
Played: Castellan in Arc of Infinity, The Five Doctors (both 1983)
Career highlights
Paul, who was brought up in the Caribbean, debuted in Clayhanger in 1976, followed by roles in Space: 1999 (1977), Force 10 from Navarone (1978), Grange Hill (1981), The Biko Inquest (1984), Knights of God (1987), Cry Freedom (1987), Howards' Way (1990), Love Hurts (1993), The Ice House (1997), Mosley (1998), A Likeness in Stone (2000), Footballers' Wives (2004), Look Around You (2005), Jericho (2005), EastEnders (2009), The Whistleblower (2010), Lewis (2012) and Casualty (2014). He also had a regular role as Charles Woodhouse in over 70 episodes of the soap Triangle (1981-83).
Facts
Paul's ex-wife was actress Barbara Kinghorn, the only guest star to survive the Doctor Who story The Caves of Androzani (1984). Here he is, on Twitter!

Neil Daglish (Damon) Born Dec 15 1949
Career highlights
Neil's first credit was in Z Cars (1972), followed by Coronation Street (1974), Romance (1977), Angels (1978), Secret Army (1978-79), The Member for Chelsea (1981), Rumpole of the Bailey (1983), The New Statesman (1989), Campion (1990), Harry (1993), A Prince Among Men (1998), Badger (2000) and EastEnders (2006).
Facts
Before going into acting, Neil worked as a clerk in a magistrates' court.

Max Harvey (Cardinal Zorac) Sep 15 1942 to Mar 17 2006
Career highlights
Debuting in 1990 (1978), Max's further credits include Blake's 7 (1981), The Professionals (1982), The Tripods (1984), Blackadder II (1986), Only Fools and Horses (1986), A Bit of a Do (1989), Sleepers (1991), Strathblair (1993), The Imaginatively Titled Punt and Dennis Show (1995), The Upper Hand (1996), Dead Gorgeous (2002) and Land of the Blind (2006).

Andrew Boxer (Robin Stuart) Born Mar 10 1957
Career highlights
Further credits include Absolution (1978), Before Water Lilies (1981), Give Us This Day (1982), We'll Meet Again (1982), The Two of Us (1987) and Peace Week (2011).
Facts
Andrew also deals in Indonesian art and textiles and has been involved with the Lock One Batik Art Gallery.

Alastair Cumming (Colin Frazer)
Career highlights
Malaya-born Alastair's further credits include The Draughtsman's Contract (1982), Windrider (1986), Number One Gun (1990), Merlin (1993), Beyond Bedlam (1993), Grange Hill (1995), Welcome to Woop Woop (1997), Velvet Goldmine (1998), The Wolves of Kromer (1998), Skins (2007), Oranges and Sunshine (2010), Elfie Hopkins: Cannibal Hunter (2012) and Welcome to the Punch (2013).

John D Collins (Talor) Born Dec 2 1942
Career highlights
John first appeared in The Flying Swan in 1965, after which he took roles in Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968), Till Death Us Do Part (1969), Dad's Army (1971), A Family at War (1971), The Pathfinders (1972), Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em (1973), The Ghoul (1975), Get Some In! (1975-77), Q9 (1978-79), Secret Army (1978-79), Flesh and Blood (1980), Chintz (1981), It Ain't Half Hot Mum (1980-81), Hi-De-Hi! (1982), Triangle (1983), Grandad (1984), Chance in a Million (1984), Lovejoy (1991), The Brittas Empire (1992), Oh, Doctor Beeching! (1995-96), Wycliffe (1997), Trial and Retribution (1998-99) and Fortysomething (2003). He also played Jerry in You Rang, M'Lord? (1988-93) but will be best known as Flying Officer Fairfax, one of the stranded English airmen from the sitcom 'Allo 'Allo! (1982-92). He is the actor to be cast most frequently in sitcoms by writer/ producer David Croft (ten different characters in six series). John worked with Spike Milligan for a decade as his assistant director.

Malcolm Harvey (The Ergon)
Doctor Who credits
Played: Citizen in Full Circle (1980, uncredited)
Played: The Ergon in Arc of Infinity (1983)
Career highlights
Malcolm's only other acting appearance is in a 1981 episode of Blake's 7. He also worked as a stuntman on London's Burning (1988), Between the Lines (1994), Hollow Reed (1996) and Speak Like a Child (1998).
Facts
In June 1982 Malcolm broke a world record by diving 103ft, while on fire, into some cardboard boxes, more than doubling the height of the previous record.

Maya Woolfe (Hotel receptionist) Born Jan 10 1953
Career highlights
Dutch born Maya's further credits include The Wilde Alliance (1978), Tenko (1981), Triangle (1983), Auf Wiedersehen, Pet (1983), CATS Eyes (1985) and The Detectives (1994).
Facts
She now does multilingual voiceovers and corporate video work.

Guy Groen (Second receptionist) Born Jun 9 1950
Career highlights
This was Guy's only acting credit, but his LinkedIn account says he also appeared in Space: 1999 and The Spy Who Came in from the Cold (1965). Guy changed his name to Guy Holland (see what he did there?) and since 1970 has been a workshop leader and drama teacher for companies across the globe, including Japan, Russia and Mexico. He was a co-founder of the Sidewalk alternative theatre company in the 1970s (now Spare Tyre), as well as the Quicksilver Theatre and New Diorama Theatre in London.

CREW

Johnny Byrne (writer) Nov 27 1935 to Apr 2 2008
Doctor Who credits
Wrote: The Keeper of Traken (1981), Arc of Infinity (1983), Warriors of the Deep (1984)
Career highlights
Born in Dublin, Ireland, Johnny first appeared as a bit-part actor in productions such as Till Death Us Do Part (1967) but soon moved into script writing with The Season of the Witch (1970), Adolf Hitler - My Part in His Downfall (1972), Space: 1999 (1975-77), Lionman II: The Witchqueen (1979), Cosmic Princess (1982), Miracles Take Longer (1984), Dodger, Bonzo and the Rest (1985), One By One (1985-87), All Creatures Great and Small (1978-90), Love Hurts (1994), To Die For (1994), Noah's Ark (1997) and Heartbeat (1992-2005). He also worked as script editor on Space: 1999 (1975-76) and was credited as story consultant on almost 50 episodes of All Creatures Great and Small (1988-90). He was also credited as devising Heartbeat in 1992 and Young James Herriot in 2011 (posthumously).
Facts
In 1969 he co-wrote the bestselling novel Groupie, about life in Swinging Sixties London. In 1990 Johnny submitted a script to the BBC for a Doctor Who film, but this went undeveloped. In the 1960s Johnny was a travelling poet as well as a literary editor, and shared a house with the Beatles for a time. He performed as a poet at London's Marquee Club in 1966 alongside Pink Floyd, and was also for a time the tour manager for Shel Talmy, producer of the Kinks and the Who.

Ron Jones (director) Aug 6 1945 to Jul 9 1993
Doctor Who credits
Directed: Black Orchid (1982), Time-Flight (1982), Arc of Infinity (1983), Frontios (1984), Vengeance on Varos (1985), The Trial of a Time Lord (1986)
Career highlights
Starting out as production manager on Bergerac in 1981, Ron's few other directing credits include Juliet Bravo (1985), the German soap Lindenstraße (1987-88) and the TV movie Burg Wutzenstein (1988). In the 1970s Ron worked as a researcher and writer on the children's show Blue Peter.

John Nathan-Turner (producer) Aug 12 1947 to May 1 2002 (liver failure)
Doctor Who credits
Floor assistant: The Space Pirates (1969, uncredited)
Assistant floor manager: The Ambassadors of Death (1970, uncredited), Colony in Space (1971, uncredited)
Production unit manager: Horror of Fang Rock, The Invisible Enemy, Image of the Fendahl, The Sun Makers, Underworld, The Invasion of Time, The Ribos Operation, The Pirate Planet, The Stones of Blood, The Androids of Tara, The Power of Kroll, The Armageddon Factor, Destiny of the Daleks, City of Death, The Creature from the Pit, Nightmare of Eden, The Horns of Nimon, Shada (unbroadcast) (1977-80)
Produced: The Leisure Hive, Meglos, Full Circle, State of Decay, Warriors' Gate, The Keeper of Traken, Logopolis, K-9 & Company, Castrovalva, Four to Doomsday, Kinda, The Visitation, Black Orchid, Earthshock, Time-Flight, Arc of Infinity, Snakedance, Mawdryn Undead, Terminus, Enlightenment, The King's Demons, The Five Doctors, Warriors of the Deep, The Awakening, Frontios, Resurrection of the Daleks, Planet of Fire, The Caves of Androzani, The Twin Dilemma, Attack of the Cybermen, Vengeance on Varos, The Mark of the Rani, The Two Doctors, Timelash, Revelation of the Daleks, The Trial of a Time Lord, Time and the Rani, Paradise Towers, Delta and the Bannermen, Dragonfire, Remembrance of the Daleks, The Happiness Patrol, Silver Nemesis, The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, Battlefield, Ghost Light, The Curse of Fenric, Survival (1980-89), plus Dimensions in Time (1993)
Wrote: Dimensions in Time (1993)
Career highlights
John started out as an assistant floor manager on Doctor Who, and also worked as a production assistant on programmes such as The Pallisers (1974), Barlow (1975) and How Green Was My Valley (1975-76). He soon graduated to become production unit manager on Doctor Who, as well as on series such as All Creatures Great and Small (1978-80) and Flesh and Blood (1980). After Doctor Who was taken off air in 1989, John maintained his links to the series by producing a number of special video releases, such as The Years Tapes which included various single episodes from partly lost 1960s stories, as well as the 1992 release of Shada.
Facts
John's long-time partner was Gary Downie, who acted as production manager on some of the 1980s serials. In the 2013 book The Life and Scandalous Times of John Nathan-Turner, author Richard Marson alleges that John and partner Gary "preyed" sexually on young male teenage Doctor Who fans. The gay age of consent in the 1980s was 21.

Eric Saward (script editor) Born Dec 9 1944
Doctor Who credits
Script edited: Castrovalva, Kinda, Black Orchid, Time-Flight, Arc of Infinity, Snakedance, Mawdryn Undead, Terminus, Enlightenment, The King's Demons, The Five Doctors, Warriors of the Deep, The Awakening, Frontios, Resurrection of the Daleks, Planet of Fire, The Caves of Androzani, The Twin Dilemma, Attack of the Cybermen, Vengeance on Varos, The Mark of the Rani, The Two Doctors, Timelash, Revelation of the Daleks, The Trial of a Time Lord (1982-86)
Wrote: The Visitation (1982), Earthshock (1983), Resurrection of the Daleks (1984), Attack of the Cybermen (1985, uncredited), Revelation of the Daleks (1985). He also wrote the BBC Radio story Slipback (1985), and the Jim'll Fix It sketch A Fix with Sontarans (1985)
Career highlights
In the 1960s Eric worked for a time as an estate agent before training to become an English teacher, but around 1975 decided to go into writing, and wrote a number of radio plays before being approached to get involved with Doctor Who. Since leaving the series (acrimoniously) in 1986, Eric has continued to write mainly radio scripts, often for German radio.

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