Newton's laws of television


May To December

An episode guide by Matthew Newton

A Cinema Verity Production for BBC Television. Colour.
All episodes are 30 minutes in duration unless otherwise stated.
Broadcast dates for original UK transmission on BBC1.

Writer: Paul A Mendelson (unless otherwise stated)
Music: Mark Warman
Executive Producer: Verity Lambert

Series One
Produced and Directed by: Sydney Lotterby
Designer: Valerie Warrender

Regular Cast
Alec Callender: Anton Rodgers
Zoe Angell: Eve Matheson
Miles Henty: Clive Francis [1-2,4-6]
Vera Flood: Frances White
Hilary: Rebecca Lacey
Jamie Callender: Paul Venables
Debbie: Chrissie Cotterill [1,3-6]
Roy Morgan Jones: Paul Raynor [2-6]
Simone: Carolyn Pickles [2,5]
Doreen: Paula Jacobs [2,5]
Zoe's Mother: Kate Williams [3-4]
Sidney: Susanne Forster [5-6]

1:   It Never Entered My Mind 2 April 1989

Guest Cast: Sarah James (Janice Grimwood).

Zoe Angell is a 26 year old PE teacher seeking a divorce from her errant milkman husband. In achieving this she visits a solicitor called Alec Callender, a 53 year old widower. At first things go wrong between them and Zoe storms out, but a chance meeting in a pub with Alec's son draws Alec and Zoe back together, starting something which will have a tremendous effect on both their lives...

The Song In The Title: The titles of all of the episodes of May To December are taken from songs. Most are from musicals, reflecting Alec and Zoe's mutual interest, but some later ones are hits from the 50s and 60s. The very first episode takes its title from a song from the 1940 musical "Higher and Higher" by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers.

2:   Fools Rush In 9 April 1989

Guest Cast: Rosemary Leech (Avril Dawlish).

Alec arranges a lunch meeting with Zoe in order to discuss her divorce. They are both attracted to each other but sense that they are getting in too deep. However, when confronted later by predatory widow, Alec finally decides to ask Zoe out

The Song In The Title: Written by Johnny Mercer and Rube Bloom, originally performed by Glenn Miller.

3:   Send In The Clowns 16 April 1989

Guest Cast: Miranda Forbes (Marjory), Sean Gilder (Shop Assistant).

Alec and Zoe are due to go and see "Bottoms Up", a musical version of "A Midsummer Night's Dream", as their first date, but Zoe sprains her ankle and is unable to go. In attempting to cheer her up, Alec succeeds in making a complete ass of himself in front of her parents.

The Song In The Title: A Grammy award winning song by Stephen Sondheim, featured in his 1973 musical "A Little Night Music".

4:   Anything You Can Do 23 April 1989

Guest Cast: Noel Dyson (Mrs Arlett).

Overcoming their mutual embarrassment over Alec's performance in front of Zoe's parents, Zoe invites Alec to her flat for dinner. But what do they have in common? What will they talk about? Both make attempts to read up on the other's interests, but the evening still looks like being a disaster.

The Song In The Title: From "Annie Get Your Gun" (1946) by Irving Berlin.

5:   They Didn't Believe Me 30 April 1989

Guest Cast: Myfanwy Talog (Mrs Delaforce/Fanny Whinburn),

It's Alec's 54th birthday and he decides that its time that Zoe met his family, especially his daughter Simone, a vicar's wife with very strict principles. So he invites Zoe along to a Sunday dinner at Simone's. What will she make of Alec and Zoe's relationship?

The Song In The Title: From "The Girl From Utah" (1914) by Herbert Reynolds and Jerome Kern.

6:   There's A Small Hotel 7 May 1989

Guest Cast: Isabelle Lucas (Sonia).

Alec invites Zoe to his home for dinner, and although they get on very well the house still seems haunted by memories of Alec's wife, so Alec intends to take Zoe away to a small hotel that he knows. Meanwhile, Miss Flood suspects that Mr Henty is going away for the weekend - with Hilary.

The Song In The Title: Originally from "Jumbo" (1955) by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers, subsequently reused in "On Your Toes" (1956).

Series Two
Produced and Directed by: Sydney Lotterby
Associate Producer: Sharon Bloom
Designer: Carol Golder

Regular Cast
Alec Callender: Anton Rodgers
Zoe Angell: Eve Matheson
Vera Flood: Frances White
Hilary: Rebecca Lacey
Jamie Callender: Paul Venables [1-5,7]
Debbie: Chrissie Cotterill [1-3,5,7]
Zoe's Mother: Kate Williams [1-2,7]
Simone: Carolyn Pickles [4,5]
Roy Morgan Jones: Paul Raynor [4,6]
Sonia: Isabelle Lucas [4,6]
Mr Bosdure: Oliver Pierre [4,7]
Dollie Capper: Sylvia Syms [6-7]

1:   What Kind Of Fool Am I? 4 January 1990

Guest Cast: Clive Francis (Miles Henty), Piers Ibbotson (Kevin Angell).

Zoe's decree nisi has finally come through, meaning that she is actually divorced. Alec believes that this is something to celebrate, but Zoe isn't quite so sure.

The Song In The Title: From "Stop The World I Want To Get Off" (1961) by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley.

2:   I Remember It Well 11 January 1990

Guest Cast: Ronnie Stevens (Zoe's Father), Pamela Buckle (Hilary's Mother).

Alec meets Zoe's parents for the first time without a horses head on. They get on so well that Zoe feels left out. Has she fallen down the age gap? And has Alec noticed?

The Song In The Title: From "Gigi" (1958) by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe.

3:   You're Driving Me Crazy 18 January 1990

Guest Cast: Tony Millan (Mr Kennedy), Renu Setna (Mr Choudri).

Zoe decides to learn to drive, and with Alec teaching her their relationship is at times under considerable stress. Zoe's birthday is approaching and she suspects that Alec is going to buy her a car. Meanwhile Hilary suspects that Miss Flood has got herself a boyfriend and Semple, Callender and Henty receive a romantic novel by one Elvira Storm. Are these two things connected?

The Song In The Title: From "Smiles" (1930) by Walter Donaldson.

4:   Time After Time 25 January 1990

Guest Cast: Lucy Hancock (Katherine), Lynsey Joseph (Tammie).

Zoe isn't seeing much of Alec, who seems to be tired much of the time, and this leads to Zoe asking him to move into her flat with her. Meanwhile, there is trouble brewing in the office when Alec suspects Miss Flood of being a drug baron!

The Song In The Title: From "It Happened In Brooklyn" (1947) by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne.

5:   There's A Place For Us 1 February 1990

Guest Cast: Madeleine Christie (Alec's Mother), Thomas Chapman (Luke), Poppy Keeling (Esther).

Alec is still undecided about moving into Zoe's flat - is this because it is so small when compared with his house? Meanwhile, after a disagreement with her parents over Derek, Hilary has left home and temporarily moved in with Miss Flood.

The Song In The Title: Taken from "West Side Story" (1961) by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim, although the song is actually called "Somewhere (A Place For Us)".

6:   No Other Love 8 February 1990

Guest Cast: William Durfis (Matt Hengan), Jill Simcox (Mrs Goodson).

Alec and Zoe are now living together, but there are troubles on the horizon. A new American teacher has arrived at Eldon High, and is working closely with Zoe on the school play. Jealousy rears its ugly head and Alec believes that he is going to lose Zoe to a younger man. These events coincide with the return to Pinner of "Dangerous Dollie", an old flame of Alec's...

The Song In The Title: From "Me and Juliet" (1953) by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein.

7:   My Funny Valentine 15 February 1990

Guest Cast: None.

Alec and Zoe have split up - very inappropriately as St Valentine's day is approaching. Alec is so miserable in the office that Hilary decides to try a little match-making to get them back together, but things go wrong and she only succeeds in losing her job.

The Song In The Title: From "Babes In Arms" (1957) by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers.

Christmas Special
Producer: Sharon Bloom
Director: Paul Harrison
Designer: Carol Golder

I'll See You In My Dreams 31 December 1990

Cast: Anton Rodgers (Alec/Perry), Lesley Dunlop (Zoe/Dream Girl), Frances White (Vera/Della), Rebecca Lacey (Hilary/Roxie), Paul Venables (Jamie/Paul), Carolyn Pickles (The Murderess - also credited as Simone but does not appear as such), Chrissie Cotterill (Debbie/The Broad), Kate Williams (Zoe's Mother/Signora Burgessi), Ronnie Stevens (Zoe's Father/Signor Burgessi), Paul Raynor (Roy/Beefcake), Isabelle Lucas (Sonia), Bernice Stevens (Zelda), Tim Wylton (Alfred Fishwick), Richard Cubison (Sergeant Sidney Henderson), Rupert Holliday-Evans (Police Constable), Eric Francis (Cyril Radford)

It is approaching the 25th anniversary of Alec becoming a solicitor and he is becoming bored of dealing just with conveying and divorcing and wishes for just one big case. There is then a number of break-ins at solicitors in the area, including Semple, Callender and Henty and Alec gets the chance to indulge his Perry Mason fantasies... [50 minutes duration.]

Note: This was a special episode in which most of the cast play dual roles, and which also featured the first appearance of Lesley Dunlop as Zoe.

The Song In The Title: The title song from a 1951 Doris Day movie, written by Gus Kahn.

Series Three
Producer: Sharon Bloom
Director: Paul Harrison
Designer: Carol Golder

Regular Cast
Alec Callender: Anton Rodgers
Zoe Angell: Lesley Dunlop
Vera Flood: Frances White
Hilary: Rebecca Lacey
Jamie Callender: Paul Venables
Simone: Carolyn Pickles [1-3,5-7]
Debbie: Chrissie Cotterill [1,4-]
Zoe's Mother: Kate Williams [1,3,4,6,7]
Mrs Chaldicott: Sally Lahee [1,3]
Luke: Thomas Chapman [1,6]
Esther: Poppy Keeling [1,6]
Roy Morgan Jones: Paul Raynor [2,4,6]
Sonia: Isabelle Lucas [2,4,6]
Anthony: Alan Gilchrist [4,5,7]

1:   That'll Be The Day 7 January 1991

Guest Cast: Cathy Murphy (Sharon Elsworth).

Two anniversaries coincide; Miss Flood has bought some flowers because it is the anniversary of Buddy Holly's death, and Alec and Zoe have been together for one year. Everyone - except Zoe - is starting to think that this would be an opportune moment for the couple to announce their wedding date.

The Song In The Title: For once the actual song is directly relevant to the content of the episode as well as just being an appropriate title, since it is a 1957 hit by Buddy Holly.

2:   The Look of Love 14 January 1991

Guest Cast: James Ives (Neville Godley).

Alec has sold his house, so he and Zoe are indulging in a spot of house hunting, and learn that they are both looking for different things in a potential home. Meanwhile, with Miss Flood taking time off to look after her mother, Hilary is making changes to the office.

The Song In The Title: Written by Burt Bacharah for the movie Casino Royale, where it was performed by Dusty Springfield.

3:   Too Close For Comfort 21 January 1991

Guest Cast: Anna Nicholas (Lucia Ganotti), Shaun Curry (Mr Cracknell), Harold Innocent (Arthur), Alexander John (Mr Protheroe).

Alec and Zoe have bought a house together - and it just happens to be in the same street as Simone's vicarage. Alec is having problems both at home and at work; he has employed a cowboy builder, Hilary is attempting to learn Esperanto and Jamie seems to be getting involved with a client.

The Song In The Title: From the Sammy Davis Junior Broadway musical "Mr Wonderful" (1956) by Jerry Block.

4:   It's All In The Game 28 January 1991

Guest Cast: Alison Reynolds (Claire), Chloe Andricopoulos (Laura).

There is competition in the air, be it chess, croquet or Zoe going for promotion at work. And the arrival of Miss Flood's nephew in Pinner starts to distract Hilary from her work, and her previously beloved Derek.

The Song In The Title: A 1958 hit for Tommy Edwards, written by Carl Sigman and Charles G Dawes.

5:   The Way You Look Tonight 4 February 1991

Guest Cast: Jo Powell (Mrs Hodgkinson).

Alec's French brother-in-law is due to visit Pinner, and Zoe is preparing to live up to everything that she has been told about Alec's first wife. Meanwhile, Jamie is finding work at Semple, Callender and Henty too boring and wants to leave.

The Song In The Title: Written by Jerome Kern and Dorothy Fields for the Fred Astaire movie Swing Time (1936).

6:   Feelings 18 February 1991

Guest Cast: Paddy Joyce (Uncle Mike), Bernard Brown (Gerald), Andrew Rattenbury (Doctor)

Jamie is not pulling his weight at the office; he is constantly late and when he does get in, he is not doing much work. Alec gets close to firing him before he finds out why and then Zoe sees a side of Alec that she hasn't seen before. Meanwhile, Hilary is intrigued to discover that Miss Flood is seeing a gentleman friend.

The Song In The Title: Originally a song in Portugese by Mauricio Kaiserman and Thomas Fundera, with subsequent English lyrics by Morris Albert in 1975.

7:   I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plans 25 February 1991

Guest Cast: Peter Stockbridge (Mr Barnes), Evie Garratt (Edith).

Passions and desires are appearing in the office; is it between Jamie and Hilary, Alec and Hilary, or still Alec and Zoe? It would still appear to be the latter, especially when Zoe announces that she is pregnant. She then springs a surprise on Alec, at about the same time as Miss Flood gets quite a shock from Anthony and Hilary.

The Song In The Title: From "The Little Show" (1929) by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz.

Series Four
Producer: Sharon Bloom
Director: John Kilby
Designer: Graham Lough

Regular Cast
Alec Callender: Anton Rodgers
Zoe Angell: Lesley Dunlop
Vera Flood: Frances White
Hilary: Rebecca Lacey
Jamie Callender: Paul Venables
Roy Morgan Jones: Paul Raynor [1-3,5]
Simone: Carolyn Pickles [1-2,4]
Zoe's Mother: Kate Williams [1-2,4-6]
Debbie: Chrissie Cotterill [1,uncredited in 2,4-6]
Sonia: Isabelle Lucas [1,3,5]
Gerald: Bernard Brown [4,6]
Portia: Carol Starks [5-6]

1:   This Could Be The Start Of Something Big 8 March 1992

Guest Cast: Brian Lipson (Mr Greenstein), Adam Price (Postman).

Alec and Zoe return from the honeymoon to find that Simone is also pregnant and there is a war zone in the office as Miss Flood is still objecting to her nephew's engagement to Hilary. Alec has lots of ideas for revitalising Semple, Callender and Henty and is constantly working late to put them into practice. He is also doing lots of jogging and swimming and Zoe fears that he may be overdoing it.

The Song In The Title: The theme song of 50s comedian and entertainer Steve Allen.

2:   Just Like A Woman 15 March 1992

Guest Cast: Imogen Boorman (Clothilde).

Alec believes that Zoe is not capable of doing all the housework in her condition, so when Clothilde, Alec's French niece, wants to come to Britain to improve her English, Alec decides to employ her as an au pair. However, things don't go to plan, with Zoe still doing much of the work and Jamie constantly showing Clothilde the sights. Meanwhile at the office Miss Flood is behaving very strangely...

The Song In The Title: A 1966 hit for Bob Dylan.

3:   I'm Old Fashioned 22 March 1992

Guest Cast: Pip Miller (Peter Charles), Jonty Stephens (Larry), Trevor Danby (Bernard Price), Jacqueline Leonard (Mrs Codling).

Alec has a new client, Peter Charles, an actor who plays Inspector Dangerfield in a popular television series. At home, Zoe accuses Alec of being anti-gay when he objects to her working with a homosexual colleague; this is the latest way in which Zoe thinks Alec is old fashioned. Meanwhile, Miss Flood is very nervous at the prospect of meeting Gerald's daughters, so Hilary decides to lend a hand.

The Song In The Title: A song by Jerome Kern and Johnny Mercer that features in the 1942 movie You Were Never Lovelier.

4:   The Party's Over 5 April 1992

Guest Cast: Rhoda Lewis (Dr Barbara), Stacey Charlesworth (Loretta's Mum), Milly Gregory (Loretta), Thomas Chapman (Luke), Poppy Keeling (Esther).

Miss Flood, Gerald, Hilary and Jamie are spending the evening at Alec and Zoe's playing a murder mystery game. Everything seems to be going well, but tragedy is just around the corner.

The Song In The Title: From "Bells Are Ringing" (1958) by Jule Styne and Betty Comden.

5:   The Crying Game 12 April 1992

Guest Cast: Tessa Burbridge (Ms Posner), Pi, supplied by Intellectual Animals (Arnold).

Everyone is very upset - seemingly except Zoe. Meanwhile, Jamie's new girlfriend inspires Hilary to get her Derek back, resulting in a new addition for the Callender household.

The Song In The Title: A 1964 hit for Dave Berry, which also gave its title to the 1992 movie which featured a cover of the song by Boy George.

6:   Catch The Bouquet 19 April 1992

Guest Cast: Raymond Trickitt (Derek), Max Harvey (Mr Ross), Norma Streader (Mrs Ross).

Miss Flood's wedding is rapidly approaching and she is starting to panic about it. Meanwhile, Alec and Zoe's relationship still hasn't returned to normal, and both Jamie and Debbie are having parent problems.

The Song In The Title: A hit for Doris Day in 1965.

Series Five
Written by: Geoffrey Deane and Paul A Mendelson [6 only]
Producer: Sharon Bloom
Director: Paul Harrison
Designer: Richard Brackenbury

Regular Cast
Alec Callender: Anton Rodgers
Zoe Angell: Lesley Dunlop
Hilary: Rebecca Lacey
Vera Flood: Frances White
Jamie Callender: Paul Venables
Debbie: Chrissie Cotterill
Zoe's Mother: Kate Williams
Simone: Carolyn Pickles [1,3,5,6]
Roy Morgan Jones: Paul Raynor [1,2,4,6]
Derek: Raymond Trickitt [3,5,6]
Baby Fleur: Charlotte Perry [3-6]
Portia: Carol Starks [3,6]

1:   Splish Splash 10 March 1993

Guest Cast: Shireen Shah (Midwife), Freddie Stuart (Taxi Driver), Robin Meredith (Barrister), Helen Wickens (Nurse), Mary Chester (Mrs Leston), Sophie Louise Collinson (Baby Fleur).

Some time has passed and Zoe is heavily pregnant. She sparks some debate with Alec over the method of giving birth, favouring a water birth. Alec is at first reluctant but eventually warms to the idea - just as Zoe is having second thoughts.

The Song In The Title: Recorded by Bobby Darin in 1958.

2:   Baby Love 17 March 1993

Guest Cast: Isabelle Lucas (Sonia), Bernard Brown (Gerald), Paul Hawkyard (Workman), Sonia Graham (Woman), Jane Lowe (Snooty Customer), Madaleine Moffatt (Old Woman), Natalie Boonarec (Baby Fleur).

A proud father again, Alec is taking a lot of paternity leave, leaving Jamie too much work at the office and driving Zoe crazy at home. But Zoe's plan to drive him back to work is in danger of backfiring.

The Song In The Title: A well known hit by The Supremes from 1964.

3:   School Days 24 March 1993

Guest Cast: Mary Waterhouse (Mrs Leverson).

Alec infuriates Zoe by putting Fleur's name down a waiting list for a public school without consulting her. Meanwhile at the office, both Jamie and Hilary are having problems with relationships.

The Song In The Title: A hit by Chuck Berry in 1957.

4:   Who Can I Turn To? 31 March 1993

Guest Cast: Mark Powley (Roger Ellis), Michael Coghlan (Customer).

Roy Morgan Jones has proposed to Debbie and she faces a difficult decision in choosing between him and Trevor. Zoe is clearly against having Roy as her brother-in-law, and when Debbie goes to Alec for legal advice she sees a chance to use him to influence her sister. Meanwhile Vera is apprehensive as Jamie attempts to modernise the office.

The Song In The Title: Written by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley and a hit in 1964 for Tony Bennett.

5:   Let There Be Love 7 April 1993

Guest Cast: Anthony Dawes (Alistair Proudfoot), Peter Waddington (Photographer).

Zoe is suffering from post-natal depression, fed up at being stuck at home, with Alec being on the receiving end. Meanwhile at the office, Hilary is entering lots of competitions and Alec is trying to win an important new contract from a very boring building society manager.

The Song In The Title: Written by Ian Grant and Lionel Rand, originally a hit for Nat King Cole in 1962.

6:   The Best Is Yet To Come 14 April 1993

Guest Cast: Clare Byam Shaw (Dr Curtis).

Fleur's christening is approaching, and although Jamie is the only choice for godfather Alec and Zoe disagree over whether the godmother should be Simone or Debbie. Meanwhile, Hilary believes that she is pregnant, and Alec has health problems...

The Song In The Title: Written by Carolyn Leigh and Cy Colemen, and originally recorded by Frank Sinatra. BR>
Series Six
Producer: Sharon Bloom
Director: Paul Harrison
Designer: Richard Brackenbury

Regular Cast
Alec Callender: Anton Rodgers
Zoe Angell: Lesley Dunlop
Jamie Callender: Paul Venables
Vera Tipple: Frances White
Simone: Carolyn Pickles
Zoe's Mother: Kate Williams
Debbie: Chrissie Cotterill
Rosie McConnichy: Ashley Jensen
Baby Fleur: Charlotte Perry
Mark Lindsay: Trevor Sellers [5-6]
Eddie: Tony Caunter [5-6]

1:   Nice Work If You Can Get It 22 April 1994

Written by: Paul A Mendelson

Guest Cast: John Abbott (Mr Armitage), Simon D'Arcy (Martin), Gemma Lowy (Interviewee).

With Hilary having moved to the Isle of Wight, Vera is having difficulties finding a replacement secretary. To Jamie and Alec's horror, Simone is temporarily filling in. Meanwhile, there is conflict in the Callender household over Zoe's desire to return to work.

The Song In The Title: Written by George and Ira Gershwin and featured in the 1937 movie A Damsel In Distress

2:   Take Good Care Of My Baby 29 April 1994

Written by: Brian Leveson and Paul Minett

Guest Cast: Richard Davies (Bernard), Rosalind Knight (Georgina Sinclair), David Ross (Mr Blain), Alison Senior (Dawn), Polly Moore (Michelle), Cate Fowler (Vanessa), Jack Heron (Matthew), Thomas Chapman (Luke), Poppy Keeling (Esther).

With Zoe back at school, the Callenders need someone to look after Fleur during the day. They try newspaper adverts and an exclusive nanny agency, but the solution may be nearer than they imagine

The Song In The Title: A 1961 hit for Bobby Vee.

3:   Son Of My Father 6 May 1994

Written by: Geoffrey Deane

Guest Cast: Duncan Duff (Robbie), Albie Woodington (Mr Wilkins), Edward Lyon (Head Teacher), Edward Phillips (Mr Wharton)

The school is organising a series of talks on careers and Zoe wants Alec to talk about being a solicitor. Meanwhile, things have got too much for Jamie, who wants to give up the profession, souring relations with his father.

The Song In The Title: A 1971 hit for Chicory Tip.

4:   Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White 13 May 1994

Written by: Geoffrey Deane

Guest Cast: Ronnie Stevens (Zoe's Father).

Zoe's mother has left her husband and is staying with Alec and Zoe - a situation which Alec appears to be exploiting. Meanwhile, Vera believes that Rosie is being conned by a modelling agency.

The Song In The Title: Originally an instrumental hit for Perez "Prez" Prado in 1955, it was subsequently given French lyrics by Jacques Larese which were translated by Mack David.

5:   Let The Heartaches Begin 20 May 1994

Written by: Brian Leveson and Paul Minett

Guest Cast: Richard Claxton (Tim Lindsay).

Alec is sceptical when Jamie starts a new "one-stop solicitors" service - and it turns out with good reason. Meanwhile, Zoe is trying to fix up Debbie on a blind date - but Alec fears that the blind date is interested in the wrong sister.

The Song In The Title: A 1967 hit for Long John Baldry.

6:   Until It's Time For You To Go 27 May 1994

Written by: Paul A Mendelson

Guest Cast: Bernard Brown (Gerald), Muriel Pavlow (Vera's Mum), Nicholas McArdle (Rosie's Dad), Mark Chesman (Struan).

Tensions are running high in the office. Vera is about to celebrate 30 years at the firm. Meanwhile, Zoe's apparent relationship with Mark Lindsay is making Alec more and more jealous - and he fears that he is finally going to lose Zoe to a younger man.

The Song In The Title: As recorded by Elvis Presley.



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