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James Lipton interviews Dave Chappelle. Dave Chappelle interviews James Lipton. And while we're at it....

The Show
For 19 seasons, more than 200 performers and directors have been interviewed at length about their lives and craft before an audience of students at the Actors Studio Drama School. These interviews, conducted by the school's dean emeritus, James Lipton, are typically five hours long, but are edited to about an hour for broadcast on Bravo network as Inside the Actor's Studio. The show was parodied repeatedly on SNL and even remixed.

The Interviews
Currently, 249 episodes have been produced. (ITAS' 100th episode included clips from the previous 7 seasons. They're planning another clip show for #250.)

More than 160 episodes are currently available on YouTube. Here they are, broken down by the season in which they appeared. Most do not include the film clip vignettes shown during the show.

Season 1
Episode 1: Alec Baldwin
Episode 2: Paul Newman
Episode 7: Dennis Hopper

Season 2
Episode 2: Matthew Broderick
Episode 3: Glenn Close
Episode 8: Christopher Walken

Season 3
Episode 7: Tommy Lee Jones
Episode 9: Mike Nichols
Episode 10: Julia Roberts
Episode 15: Harvey Keitel

Season 4
Episode 1: 50th Anniversary
Episode 6: Anthony Hopkins
Episode 7: Danny Glover
Episode 10: Jack Lemmon
Episode 13: Robert De Niro
Episode 15: Meryl Streep

Season 5
Episode 3: Ron Howard
Episode 4: Sharon Stone
Episode 5: Sean Penn
Episode 6: Steven Spielberg
Episode 7: Tim Robbins
Episode 8: Jennifer Jason Leigh
Episode 14: Billy Joel

Season 6
Episode 1: Sylvester Stallone
Episode 2: Tom Hanks
Episode 3: Geena Davis
Episode 5: James Woods
Episode 6: Andy Garcia
Episode 7: Michael Caine
Episode 8: Kevin Spacey
Episode 9: Alan Alda
Episode 10: Harrison Ford
Episode 12: Val Kilmer
Episode 13: James Caan
Episode 15: Richard Dreyfuss
Episode 16: Gabriel Byrne

Season 7
Episode 1: Spike Lee
Episode 2: Ed Harris
Episode 3: Ben Affleck
Episode 6: Mike Myers
Episode 9: Helen Hunt
Episode 10: Robin Williams (Previously)
Episode 11: Francis Ford Coppola
Episode 14: Gene Hackman
Episode 18: Ben Stiller
Episode 19: 100th Episode

Season 8
Episode 1: Bruce Willis
Episode 2: Kevin Costner
Episode 3: Sissy Spacek
Episode 5: Sarah Jessica Parker
Episode 6: Will Smith
Episode 8: Ben Kingsley
Episode 10: Billy Bob Thornton
Episode 11: Dennis Quaid
Episode 12: Johnny Depp
Episode 13: Hugh Grant
Episode 14: Richard Gere
Episode 15: Benicio Del Toro
Episode 16: Samuel L. Jackson
Episode 17: Ian McKellen

Season 9
Episode 1: Juliette Binoche
Episode 3: Pierce Brosnan
Episode 4: Martin Scorsese
Episode 5: Martin Sheen
Episode 6: Edward Norton
Episode 7: Julianne Moore
Episode 8: Cast of 'The Simpsons' (Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Harry Shearer and Hank Azaria -- see notes on YouTube to explain the blackouts during the video.)
Episode 9: Nicolas Cage
Episode 10: Drew Barrymore
Episode 11: Jeremy Irons
Episode 12: Renee Zellweger
Episode 13: Jeff Bridges
Episode 14: John Travolta
Episode 16: Diane Lane
Episode 17: John Goodman
Episode 18: Cast of 'Will and Grace' (Eric McCormack, Debra Missing, Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally, David Kohan, Max Mutchnich and James Burrows)

Season 10
Episode 1: Jay Leno
Episode 2: Clint Eastwood
Episode 3: Barbra Streisand: Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Episode 4: Cate Blanchett
Episode 5: Naomi Watts
Episode 6: Charlize Theron
Episode 7: Russell Crowe
Episode 8: Jude Law
Episode 9: Tom Cruise
Episode 10: Hugh Jackman
Episode 11: Kate Winslet
Episode 12: James Gandolfini
Episode 13: George Carlin
Episode 14: William H. Macy
Episode 15: Jennifer Lopez
Episode 16: Jennifer Connelly
Episode 17: Bette Midler

Season 11
Episode 1: Natalie Portman
Episode 2: Mark Wahlberg
Episode 3: Jamie Foxx
Episode 4: Morgan Freeman
Episode 5: Salma Hayek
Episode 6: Cameron Diaz
Episode 7: Robert Redford
Episode 8: Kiefer Sutherland
Episode 9: David Duchovny
Episode 10: Jane Fonda
Episode 12: Michael J. Fox
Episode 14: Angelina Jolie
Episode 15: Jodie Foster
Episode 16: Cast of 'Everybody Loves Raymond': Parts: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Brad Garret, Doris Roberts, Peter Boyle, Monica Horan, Phil Rosenthal)

Season 12
Episode 1: Al Pacino
Episode 3: Cast of 'The Producers (Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick and Susan Stroman)
Episode 4: Martin Lawrence
Episode 6: Dave Chappelle
Episode 7: Ralph Fiennes
Episode 8: Liza Minnelli
Episode 9: Robert Downey Jr.
Episode 10: Tim Allen
Episode 11: Dustin Hoffman
Episode 12: Don Cheadle
Episode 13: The Cast and Creator of 'Law and Order' (Chris Noth, Dick Wolf and S. Epatha Merkerson)
Episode 14: Teri Hatcher
Episode 15: Hugh Laurie
Episode 16: Tom Hanks

Season 13
Episode 1: Forest Whitaker
Episode 2: Eddie Murphy
Episode 3: Matt Damon
Episode 4: Diana Ross: Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Episode 5: Chris Rock
Episode 6: Mark Ruffalo
Episode 7: Julia Louis-Dreyfus
Episode 8: Kyra Sedgwick
Episode 9: Michelle Pfeiffer
Episode 10: Charlie Sheen
Episode 11: Anthony Hopkins
Episode 12: Billy Crystal

Season 14
Episode 1: Alec Baldwin
Episode 2: Halle Berry
Episode 3: John Cusack
Episode 4: Dave Chappelle
Episode 5: Brooke Shields
Episode 6: Goldie Hawn
Episode 7: Sarah Jessica Parker
Episode 8: Mike Myers
Episode 9: Christian Slater
Episode 10: Daniel Radcliffe

Season 15
Episode 1: Goldie Hawn
Episode 2: 200th Episode: Dave Chappelle interviews James Lipton ("Tonight’s Guest is the creator, executive producer, writer, host... all of that shit... of 'Inside the Actors Studio'")
Episode 4: Josh Brolin
Episode 5: Laura Linney
Episode 6: Ricky Gervais
Episode 7: Conan O'Brien
Episode 9: Denis Leary
Episode 10: Danny DeVito
Episode 12: Mickey Rourke
Episode 13: Jason Bateman
Episode 14: Cast of 'Family Guy'

Season 16
Episode 1: Hilary Swank
Episode 2: Bon Jovi
Episode 4: James Cameron
Episode 6: Betty White

Season 17
Episode 1: Bradley Cooper
Episode 2: James Franco
Episode 3: Jim Carrey
Episode 4: Colin Firth
Episode 5: Cast of 'Modern Family'
Episode 6: Jennifer Aniston

Season 18
Episode 1: Cast of 'Glee'
Episode 2: George Clooney / Bonus Clips
Episode 3: Brad Pitt / Bonus Clips
Episode 4: Cast of 'Mad Men'
posted by zarq (48 comments total) 192 users marked this as a favorite

 
The full list of ITAS episodes is here. Most from the first five or six seasons are not available online, but clips from them do show up in the 100th episode.
posted by zarq at 8:01 AM on December 17, 2012


No Charles Nelson Reilly?
posted by entropicamericana at 8:10 AM on December 17, 2012 [5 favorites]


Mike Nelson is James Lipton.
posted by shakespeherian at 8:10 AM on December 17, 2012 [2 favorites]


I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THE BILLY JOEL ONE FOR A VERY LONG TIME. Thank you.

....Does anyone know what the regular broadcast schedule is? I've been looking in vain for what day/time it's on (Thursdays? Sundays? Wha?) and the Bravo website doesn't state this.
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 8:14 AM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


When the 8 people we have coming for the holidays arrive, and I have nothing prepared, nor will I have time to fix meals or attend to them while they are here, they will ask "Why? Why is this?", and I will, if I have time, tell them to call zarq.
posted by HuronBob at 8:16 AM on December 17, 2012 [5 favorites]


This post is scrumtrilescent.
posted by MtDewd at 8:18 AM on December 17, 2012 [10 favorites]


jesus wept
posted by OmieWise at 8:21 AM on December 17, 2012


....Does anyone know what the regular broadcast schedule is? I've been looking in vain for what day/time it's on (Thursdays? Sundays? Wha?) and the Bravo website doesn't state this.

Wish I knew. I couldn't find it anywhere.

When the 8 people we have coming for the holidays arrive, and I have nothing prepared

:D
posted by zarq at 8:26 AM on December 17, 2012


This is an amazing post but the Dave Chapelle one is really really required watching. Especially if you still think he 'went crazy and ran off to Africa' or whatever.
posted by sweetkid at 8:29 AM on December 17, 2012 [6 favorites]


Fantastic!
posted by billcicletta at 8:48 AM on December 17, 2012


Damn, zarq. Well done. Now if I can hold off the IT dept at work cutting off access to YouTube for about 30 days.
posted by kuanes at 8:53 AM on December 17, 2012


LOVE James Lipton. He's so easily taken as pretentious, but there's more substance to him than might be readily available. He showed some serious acting chops in Coriolanus (available on Netflix Instant), for example-- but at the same time, he doesn't take himself that seriously. I still think about his appearances on Conan O'Brien's central time zone new years countdowns, & wish more people said "Batman says five!"
posted by Perko at 8:57 AM on December 17, 2012


In the post, I forgot to include the guests who appeared in the following episodes:

Season 15
Episode 14: Cast of Family Guy (Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Mike Henry and Seth Green)

Season 17
Episode 5: Cast of Modern Family (Ed O'Neill, Sofía Vergara, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet)

Season 18
Episode 1: Cast and Creator of Glee (Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch, Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Ryan Murphy)

Episode 4: Cast and Creator of Mad Men (Jon Hamm, January Jones, Vincent Kartheiser, Christina Hendricks, John Slattery, Jared Harris, Kiernan Shipka and Matthew Weiner)
posted by zarq at 8:57 AM on December 17, 2012


Inside The Actor from Mr. Show.
posted by cottoncandybeard at 8:57 AM on December 17, 2012


Man, I had no idea the show has been on so long or that I've watched probably every one of the first 12 seasons but haven't seen one in a few years.

I remember the Dave Chappelle interview is really incredible, but the one that changed my tune on a person forever was Jaime Foxx's interview. Before I watched it, I thought he always did funny but goofy characters and his attempts at becoming an action star made him seem like he was a b-level Will Smith. When he talks about his upbringing and his football and piano and ballet and singing and his family, it was just amazing and gave me a whole new respect for him.

Guess I should set my TiVo to record new non-repeat shows since they're still being made.
posted by mathowie at 9:00 AM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


There's this fantastic moment from the Robin Williams one where he borrows a scarf from a woman in the front row and just riffs with it for a good three minutes. Ostensibly he was supposed to be answering a question about how he is able to riff on things like that, but I'm not sure he actually answers the question.
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 9:10 AM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


What no synopses of each episode?

I keed, this is fantastic!
posted by Blasdelb at 9:36 AM on December 17, 2012


Wendy Matheson of USA Today went to the Hilary Swank taping. What really happens on 'Inside the Actors Studio'?
posted by zarq at 9:50 AM on December 17, 2012


Years ago, Sascha Baron Cohen was on Letterman, and at the end of the interview he told a story about meeting James Lipton. In the story he and Lipton have a long conversation that goes fine, but turns odd at the end when Lipton shows Cohen photos of a naked woman, and a few minutes later that woman walks through the door and Cohen realizes the photos were of Lipton's wife.

Letterman doesn't seem to react to the story, and it seems like the interview was ending anyway at that point.

I wondered how much of that was Cohen pulling everyone's leg, something he is fantastic at, vs "yeah, here was an unusual thing that happened."
posted by zippy at 10:10 AM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


Lipton shows Cohen photos of a naked woman, and a few minutes later that woman walks through the door and Cohen realizes the photos were of Lipton's wife. I wondered how much of that was Cohen pulling everyone's leg....

Well, they do mention in the Dave-Chappelle-interviews-James-Lipton show, that Lipton was basically a sort of pimp in Paris in the 50's....

I'm not kidding.
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 10:14 AM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


This show always fascinates me. I, honestly, don't have as much admiration for actors above and beyond other professions, as many people may have. And looking through that list of who Lipton interviews there are a lot of people there I don't really care for at all as actors. But Lipton is a fucking master. His passion is infectious and for that hour, yes acting is noble and yes Ben Stiller is interesting. No other format or interviewer does that to me the way Lipton does.
posted by edgeways at 10:14 AM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


If Cohen told me the sky was blue I'd go outside to check. I wouldn't take anything he said at face value
posted by edgeways at 10:16 AM on December 17, 2012


It may have been Jon Stewart instead of Letterman.
posted by zippy at 10:18 AM on December 17, 2012


Well, they do mention in the Dave-Chappelle-interviews-James-Lipton show, that Lipton was basically a sort of pimp in Paris in the 50's....

He wasn't a pimp, he was a tout. He would procure customers for prostitutes:

He says, "This was when I was very very young, living in Paris, penniless, unable to get any kind of working permit... I had a friend who worked in what is called the Milieu, which is that world and she suggested to me one night, `Look, you'll be my meck... We would translate it perhaps... as pimp. We were earning our living together, this young woman and I, we made a rather good living, I must say."

He adds, "I had to accompany my clientelle to the Rue Pigalle, which is where these things occurred. And then I'd take them up to the room and I had to remain there because they were very nervous, they were young Americans for the most part... and they didn't speak French."


He says we would translate it as "pimp", but I've always thought of a pimp as the manager/enforcer of prostitutes. What he describes sounds a lot more like a tout, a guy who goes out and finds clients but the prostitutes don't work for him.
posted by Sangermaine at 10:45 AM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


I wish they would air the full interviews for those of us who already know the given actor's or actress's "Best Of" reel. All the stuff I want to hear about (stage work, discoveries through practice of craft, etc.) is the stuff that gets cut. I understand they're going for a mass audience, but can't they put the long-form interviews on at 3am and let us TiVo it, or make them available online, or something? I'd pay.

That said, it's fascinating to see who "gets" it in terms of how to work with Lipton, how to tell a story (an actor is not always a great raconteur), who's smarter than you thought, etc.

(Side note: a college friend of mine was Lipton's assistant for four years. I have no doubt that Lipton showed Cohen naked pictures of his wife. He's extraordinarily strange and off-putting in real life, and my friend quit because she simply could not take him anymore, even after Lipton offered to double her already-generous salary to keep her on.)
posted by tzikeh at 11:04 AM on December 17, 2012 [4 favorites]


I work long hours and find it important to have something running on a second screen so I can concentrate. I sometimes run movies or padcasts. At one point I discovered the "inside the actors studio" series and watched them all (or thought I had till I saw the list above).

I'd been to college with actors and had a serious dislike of them. They all seemed to posture around and try to be the centre of attention... everywhere.

So, I guess I had little respect for actors or the craft.

The "Inside the actors studio" interviews changed my view entirely. Through these interviews, I began to understand the craft behind these actors.. how they approached different roles, how they researched, the way scenes were shot, different approaches by directors.

Truly amazing interviews.

One other note: so few people can interview well. Two of the keys are 1. to actually listen, and 2. not to interrupt the interviewee. I find so many interviewers fail to do these two simple things. James Lipton does both of these very well.

A huge thank you to zarq for collating this collection!
posted by greenhornet at 11:19 AM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


GRAVITAS
posted by Renoroc at 11:20 AM on December 17, 2012


Sweet. Lots of stuff to download for my commute.
posted by COD at 11:23 AM on December 17, 2012


I'll always have respect for James Lipton for writing and performing his own rap on Da Ali G Show.
posted by joedan at 11:23 AM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


Oh man it only takes about 2 minutes into the Chappelle interview for the honest-to-zod gut-busting laughter to kick in. Amazing.
posted by carsonb at 11:46 AM on December 17, 2012


Flagged as fantastic.

Thank you, zarq!
posted by dancestoblue at 12:09 PM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


sweetkid: This is an amazing post but the Dave Chapelle one is really really required watching. Especially if you still think he 'went crazy and ran off to Africa' or whatever.

Well, I knew he didn't go crazy and run off to Africa, but.. I didn't realize that he essentially decided that he just didn't want $50 million, and all the shit that he knew would come with it.
posted by Chuckles at 12:42 PM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


I enjoy a lot of Inside the Actor's Studio and can put up with a certain amount of Lipton's pretensions, but I absolutely cringe and feel sick to my stomach in vicarious embarrassment anytime he pulls the "Let me speak with [character the interviewee once portrayed in a movie or TV show]" question.
posted by The Gooch at 12:57 PM on December 17, 2012 [3 favorites]


Okay, James Lipton/Dave Chappelle buddy movie needs to be a thing STAT!
posted by Pirate-Bartender-Zombie-Monkey at 2:41 PM on December 17, 2012


Thanks for waiting until after my giant manuscript was edited, zarq!
posted by theredpen at 3:23 PM on December 17, 2012 [2 favorites]


Oh, man - I just re-watched the Billy Joel one after not having seen it forever and I don't know whether I'm more grateful to have seen James Lipton, or to see Billy Joel really being on. (DAMN I forgot how much Billy knows his stuff musically.)
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 4:36 PM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


"Does James Lipton need to choke a bitch" to paraphrase my favorite Chapelle skit of ALL TIME.
posted by Leezie at 6:25 PM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


This is an amazing post but the Dave Chapelle one is really really required watching. Especially if you still think he 'went crazy and ran off to Africa' or whatever.

I agree 110%. It's an awesome interview.
posted by discopolo at 7:06 PM on December 17, 2012 [1 favorite]


Now this, THIS is the Metafilter post I've been waiting for! Favorited so hard.
posted by lubujackson at 7:40 PM on December 17, 2012


This is an amazing post but the Dave Chapelle one is really really required watching. Especially if you still think he 'went crazy and ran off to Africa' or whatever.

Dave quoting his father:
"Name your price in the beginning. If it ever gets more expensive than the price you named, get out of there." Thus, Africa.
posted by Pirate-Bartender-Zombie-Monkey at 10:09 PM on December 17, 2012


Pirate-Bartender-Zombie-Monkey: "Dave quoting his father: "Name your price in the beginning. If it ever gets more expensive than the price you named, get out of there."
That really is pure genius, IMHO.
posted by InsertNiftyNameHere at 3:15 AM on December 18, 2012 [1 favorite]


MICKEY ROURKE, REACHING FOR THE ALL-KNOWING-ALL-REVEALING-BLUE-CARDS: "Gimme that shit"

JAMES LIPTON, DEFENDING THE AKARBC STACK: "This is NOT shit. This is one of the most remarkable careers in the history of American film. So fuck you."

ROURKE: "I hope they keep that in"

LIPTON: "I edit it."

*FISTBUMP*
AWESOME!
posted by Pirate-Bartender-Zombie-Monkey at 11:40 AM on December 18, 2012 [2 favorites]


I'm just rolling around in this whole big pile...

Another wonderful moment from the Robin Williams one; they're still early on in the interview and he's only answered a couple questions (after making the mother of grand entrances and riffing up a storm). And as James Lipton is consulting his notes for his next question, Robin suddenly gets this gleam in his eye and bursts out with this delighted giggle and enthuses, "this is so much fun!"

I think a lot of the stars they have on the show really embrace it because James Lipton is asking them really good questions about their craft, which they often don't get a chance to talk about in depth.
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 11:50 AM on December 18, 2012 [1 favorite]


I rewatch the Dave Chapelle one semi regularly. I also surprisingly like the Angelina Jolie, and Ian McKellan is a god (his comment about how after he came out he suddenly found he could cry on stage blew me away), Ben Affleck needs to be watched with Matt Damon's, even though they're years apart. Robert Downey Jr.'s is just mindblowing, and I now am totally in love with Samuel L. Jackson because of this series.

Now I feel the urge to watch them all in order. I've watched them out of order, so in order will be novel!
posted by Deoridhe at 6:10 PM on December 18, 2012


Here's the thing about James Lipton. A lot of people imagine him as the Will Ferrell caricature: Glasses, balding older man, very deliberate verbal delivery, TERRIBLY IMPRESSED with the craft of acting (and if one is feeling uncharitable, hints of Jon Lovitz Master Thespian in that delivery).

Not impressive or sexy or cool, right?

But here's the thing. JL has been an actor, a producer, been to CHINA at a time when that was a thing uncommon, been a licensed tout for a Parisian prostitute, hung out with Macedonian shepherds, studied ballet (and shagged HELLA ballerinas as one of the few straight men in a room full of ludicrously fit young women in skintight leotards). He's written Broadway plays. He's not flashy, he's just the kinda guy who can, in fact, bust a pirouette if need be. He's produced for Bob Hope as well as Jimmy Carter. He speaks knowledgeably with some of the best actors in the English language about the subject in an acting school he helped found, and he does beer-bongs & reads horny manatee poetry on Conan O'Brien. He's urbane, cultured, mannered, and "Fuck you, Mickey" rolls off his tongue when and with whom its absolutely appropriate without sounding forced or language he's unaccustomed to. He's the heir to Bernard Pivot's questionnaire (and in fact one of the best interviewers out there) and hangs out with Dave Chappelle. He's done 15 min of stand-up buck naked from his shower on the cellphone when Dave called him from the stage. I don't know if he smokes weed or not, but it doesn't matter. I know the joints he would roll if asked would be nice and even and smooth-drawing without bulky, unchopped sections, whether he chose to partake or not.

And he's been married to Miss Scarlet from the Clue game for decades.

James Lipton is that effortless kind of true Renaissance Man who if, in the middle of taping you saw him reach behind his chair, pull out a cutlass, and charge into the audience to drive off marauding ninjas, then walk back to his chair saying "Haven't had to do that for 20 years", it would not surprise me.

He may not be The Most Interesting Man In The World™, but here's the thing; James Lipton is real.

I'm just saying.
posted by Pirate-Bartender-Zombie-Monkey at 8:54 PM on December 18, 2012 [18 favorites]


"I can't say no to the woman who gave me chlamydia."

A lot of people have done James Lipton impressions, but James Lipton does the best James Lipton. He seems to completely understand exactly what it is that's so ridiculous about himself.
posted by Sys Rq at 11:32 PM on December 24, 2012 [1 favorite]


Out of curiosity... Are there any of these in which the interviewee doesn't seem brilliant? I'm not saying that lots of these people aren't, but does anyone ever come off as a doofus or something?
posted by cmoj at 12:04 PM on December 25, 2012


Well, JL edits them down from 5 hours. And he's sure to take the best, most interesting parts.

It would be abysmally churlish of JL to edit one of these sessions to make the person he invited to speak to the students come off as a tool.

Plus, it would probably reflect poorly on him as an interviewer. If he's done 500+ cards worth of research and can't get an interesting interview out of someone he studied and specifically invited, that's his fail.
posted by Pirate-Bartender-Zombie-Monkey at 12:50 PM on December 25, 2012


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