Gladiator

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Overview

A man robbed of his name and his dignity strives to win them back, and gain the freedom of his people, in this epic historical drama from director Ridley Scott. In the year 180, the death of emperor Marcus Aurelius Richard Harris throws the Roman Empire into chaos. Maximus Russell Crowe is one of the Roman army's most capable and trusted generals and a key advisor to the emperor. As Marcus' devious son Commodus Joaquin Phoenix ascends to the throne, Maximus is set to be executed. He escapes, but is captured by ...
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Overview

A man robbed of his name and his dignity strives to win them back, and gain the freedom of his people, in this epic historical drama from director Ridley Scott. In the year 180, the death of emperor Marcus Aurelius Richard Harris throws the Roman Empire into chaos. Maximus Russell Crowe is one of the Roman army's most capable and trusted generals and a key advisor to the emperor. As Marcus' devious son Commodus Joaquin Phoenix ascends to the throne, Maximus is set to be executed. He escapes, but is captured by slave traders. Renamed Spaniard and forced to become a gladiator, Maximus must battle to the death with other men for the amusement of paying audiences. His battle skills serve him well, and he becomes one of the most famous and admired men to fight in the Colosseum. Determined to avenge himself against the man who took away his freedom and laid waste to his family, Maximus believes that he can use his fame and skill in the ring to avenge the loss of his family and former glory. As the gladiator begins to challenge his rule, Commodus decides to put his own fighting mettle to the test by squaring off with Maximus in a battle to the death. Gladiator also features Derek Jacobi, Connie Nielsen, Djimon Hounsou, and Oliver Reed, who died of a heart attack midway through production.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Insightful film commentary from award-winning director Ridley Scott; Deleted scenes, complete with director's commentary; Treasure chest: a unique montage of additional footage cut to the powerful score; One-of-a-kind production diary written by young actor Spencer Treat Clark ("Lucius"); Special slide show featuring concept art and storyboards; Photo gallery from behind-the-scenes of the Gladiaor set; In-depth production notes and detailed cast and filmmaker biographies
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Ridley Scott Blade Runner vividly recreates the waning days of the Roman Empire in this lavishly mounted epic directed in the grand manner of sword-and-sandal sagas such as Ben Hur and Spartacus. Gladiators' sweeping narrative focuses on battle-weary Roman general Maximus Russell Crowe, bent on returning to his family despite the urgings of aging emperor Marcus Aurelius Richard Harris to remain in Rome's service. After his wife and son are executed by the ruthless Commodus Joaquin Phoenix, who has also murdered Marcus and seized power, the recently enslaved Maximus becomes the empire's most celebrated gladiator -- and waits for an opportunity to avenge himself on the deranged usurper. Crowe's sullen demeanor and massive physique perfectly suit him to play this brooding, taciturn warrior, and Phoenix equally convincing as the spoiled, petulant young tyrant, Harris, Connie Nielsen,and the late Oliver Reed provide able support. Richly atmospheric, Gladiator is shrouded in muted colors and dark tones, but Scott's penchant for moody lighting doesn't inhibit the film's dynamism at all. The brutal, chaotic battle scenes that regularly punctuate the episodic plot are truly spectacular.
All Movie Guide - Karl Williams
Single-handedly reviving a long-lost genre -- the "sword-and-sandals epic" -- this exciting action picture boasts top-notch production values, creative and engaged (if occasionally ill-considered) direction from Ridley Scott, and -- at long last -- a star-making performance from Australian actor Russell Crowe. The chief appeal of Gladiator is its retro vibe, but some of Scott's artistic choices smack of a shallow attempt to stay modern, such as the hand-held camera and hitching, as well as ultra-focused images in the film's battle sequences, both inspired by Steven Spielberg's Saving Private Ryan (1998). The script by David Franzoni, rewritten by John Logan and William Nicholson (some of it during filming), is sometimes scattershot, foregoing character development as it forages too widely in search of sweep, thus providing doses of everything under the Italian sun: revenge, political intrigue, romance, action, and historical background. Though never delivering the emotional power an audience might crave, Gladiator is rescued by sharp editing, marvelous design and effects, and superb performances from Crowe, the briefly seen Richard Harris, and the impressively slick, fey, high-camp posturing of the lizard-like Joaquin Phoenix. The mix of traditional costumes and set design with the new development of computer-generated imagery produces some eye-popping visuals, especially the lingering overhead shots of the coliseum in Rome, one of the best uses to date of high-tech special effects. As a summer popcorn picture, Gladiator succeeds on most levels and provides some unabashed, old-fashioned entertainment. Similarities were noted by many critics to the earlier epic The Fall of the Roman Empire (1964) from director Anthony Mann, which features many of the same characters.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/1/2013
  • UPC: 883929304127
  • Original Release: 2000
  • Source: Paramount Catalog
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 2:35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 4,630

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Russell Crowe Maximus
Joaquin Phoenix Commodus
Connie Nielsen Lucilla
Oliver Reed Proximo
Derek Jacobi Gracchus
Richard Harris Marcus Aurelius
Tomas Arana Quintus
Spencer Treat Clark Lucius
David Hemmings Cassius
Djimon Hounsou Juba
David Schofield Falco
John Shrapnel Gaius
Ralph Moeller Hagen
Giorgio Cantarini Maximus' Son
Sven Ole Thorsen Titus
Omid Djalili
Gavin Greenaway Conductor
Technical Credits
Ridley Scott Director
Sebastian Abbatiello Stunts
Ait Hamid Abdellam Costumes/Costume Designer
Zak Alaoui Production Manager
Nadja Albert Costumes/Costume Designer
Jo Allen Makeup
Eugenio Alonso Stunts
Mohammed Aqermim Special Effects
Jille Azis Set Decoration/Design
Norman Baillie Special Effects
Ben Bellman Stunts
Chris Bennan Special Effects
Georges Branchee Stunts
David Brighton Special Effects
Ana Bulajik-Crecek Makeup
Manuel Cabrera Stunts
Anabel Campbell Costumes/Costume Designer
Sergio Casadei Stunts
Alessandro Casalino Stunts
Vikitor Cervvenka Stunts
Stuart Clarke Stunts
Jeffrey Clifford Special Effects
Alejandro Cobo Stunts
Eugene Collier Stunts
Gianluca Coppeta Stunts
Neil Corbould Special Effects Supervisor
Yvonne Zarb Cousin Costumes/Costume Designer
Ivo Coveney Special Effects
Forbes Cowan Stunts
Andrew Cripps Costumes/Costume Designer
Ricardo Cruz Stunts
Bruno De Santa Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter Didier Stunts
Walter Difrancesco Stunts
Stuart Digby Special Effects
Petr Drozda Stunts
Mike Dunleavy Special Effects
Paul Dunn Special Effects
Mike Durkan Special Effects
Zdenek Dvoracek Stunts
Peter Edmonds Costumes/Costume Designer
Mohammed Enahal Stunts
John Evans Special Effects
David Evans Costumes/Costume Designer
Mohammed Falahi Costumes/Costume Designer
Raymond Ferguson Special Effects
Peter Fern Special Effects
Neil Finnighan Stunts
Kamil Fojtik Stunts
Steven Foster Special Effects
David H. Franzoni Original Story, Producer, Screenwriter
Alejandro Garcia Stunts
Lisa Gerrard Score Composer
Louis Di Giaimo Casting
Terry Glass Special Effects Supervisor
Ben Gooder Camera Operator
Joss Gower Stunts
Tim Guthrie Costumes/Costume Designer
Mohammed Harshi Costumes/Costume Designer
Ahmed Hatimi Production Manager
Carlton Headley Stunts
Kenneth Herd Special Effects
John Herzberger Special Effects
Peter Heslop Production Manager
Peter Hornbuckle Costumes/Costume Designer
Andy Hric Stunts
Martin Hub Stunts
Maria Hubackova Costumes/Costume Designer
David Hunter Special Effects Supervisor
Clive Jackson Camera Operator
Jana Jankova Costumes/Costume Designer
Charles Jarman Stunts
Chuck Jeffreys Stunts
Marta Jencová Costumes/Costume Designer
Morgan Johnson Stunts
Dragan Josipovic Production Manager
Abdellah Joudi Special Effects
Radowan Kak Stunts
Vincent Keane Stunts
Bridget Kenningham Costumes/Costume Designer
Sonja Klaus Set Decoration/Design
Branko Knez Camera Operator
Ivo Kristof Stunts
Hana Kucerova Costumes/Costume Designer
Melissa Lackersteen Makeup
Michael Ian Lambert Stunts
Christine Larson Asst. Director
John Laurie Costumes/Costume Designer
Brian Lawler Costumes/Costume Designer
Derek Lea Stunts
Stephane Lelievre Stunts
Miroslav Lhotka Stunts
Guy List Stunts
John Logan Screenwriter
Trevor Lovell Stunts
Ray Lovell Special Effects
Tony Lucken Stunts
Tom Lucy Stunts
Branko Lustig Producer
Laurie MacDonald Executive Producer
Robbie MacFarlane Stunts
Kathleen Mackie Casting
Chris Manger Stunts
John Mathieson Cinematographer
Arthur Max Production Designer
Jason McCameron Special Effects
Laura McIntosh Makeup
Mark Meddings Special Effects
Ivan Mica Stunts
Peter Miles Stunts
Davey Miller Special Effects
Randy Scott Miller Stunts
Tim Mitchell Special Effects
Michael Mooney Costumes/Costume Designer
Graham Mullins Stunts
Neil Murphy Costumes/Costume Designer
Mustapha Natouri Stunts
Miroslav Navratil Stunts
Terry Needham Associate Producer, Asst. Director
Mark Newman Stunts
Ray L. Nicholas Stunts
William Nicholson Screenwriter
Peter Olgyay Stunts
Jane Omorogbe Stunts
Herman Ortiz Stunts
Hanin Ouidder Special Effects
Keith Pain Art Director
Walter Parkes Executive Producer
John Pilgrim Special Effects
Graham Povey Special Effects
Ivana Primorac Makeup
Trefor Proud Makeup
Simon Quinn Special Effects
Abdelfatah Qzaibar Costumes/Costume Designer
Mohammed Raj Costumes/Costume Designer
Pauline Richards Stunts
Lee Rider Special Effects
Marcel Roberts Stunts
Cliff Robinson Art Director
Jean-Phillipe Roman Stunts
Peter Russell Art Director
Ghaine Said Costumes/Costume Designer
Crispian Sallis Set Decoration/Design
Pietro Scalia Editor
Felix Schroer Camera Operator
Ken Scotland Stunts
Jose Maria Serrano Stunts
Tim Shanahan Costumes/Costume Designer
Robin Shenfield Executive Producer
Neville Shulman Consultant/advisor
Peter Skehan Special Effects
David Slaivre Stunts
Stana Slosserova Costumes/Costume Designer
Adam Milo Smalley Musical Direction/Supervision
C.C. Smiff Stunts
Gordon Smith Stunts
Jennifer Smyj Stunts
Eddie Stacey Stunts
R.J. Steel Stunts
Rupert Steggle Costumes/Costume Designer
William Steggle Costumes/Costume Designer
Jennifer Stoute Stunts
Tim Stracey Special Effects
Hassan Taghriti Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter Taylor Camera Operator
Paul Taylor Special Effects
Ian Thompson Special Effects
El Hassan Tib Special Effects
Marek Toth Stunts
Amanda Trewin Costumes/Costume Designer
Martin Uhrovcik Stunts
Colin Umpleby Special Effects
Pavel Voukoun Stunts
Ian Walker Stunts
Seoras Wallace Stunts
Anne Marie Walters Special Effects
Steven Warner Special Effects
Dave Watkins Special Effects
David Weiss Stunts
Peter White Stunts
Peter White Special Effects
Dave Whiteing Costumes/Costume Designer
Barry Whitrod Special Effects
Doug Wick Producer
Dave Williams Special Effects
Tubardh Wilson Stunts
Julia Wilson Makeup
Alexander Witt Cinematographer
Trevor Wood Special Effects Supervisor
Janty Yates Costumes/Costume Designer
Alan Young Special Effects
Hans Zimmer Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Gladiator
1. Chapter 1 [7:13]
2. Chapter 2 [5:36]
3. Chapter 3 [4:38]
4. Chapter 4 [4:50]
5. Chapter 5 [9:28]
6. Chapter 6 [4:14]
7. Chapter 7 [3:15]
8. Chapter 8 [6:41]
9. Chapter 9 [4:02]
10. Chapter 10 [3:10]
11. Chapter 11 [5:14]
12. Chapter 12 [7:35]
13. Chapter 13 [8:56]
14. Chapter 14 [6:18]
15. Chapter 15 [7:49]
16. Chapter 16 [4:50]
17. Chapter 17 [5:29]
18. Chapter 18 [4:37]
19. Chapter 19 [4:06]
20. Chapter 20 [3:58]
21. Chapter 21 [5:53]
22. Chapter 22 [4:53]
23. Chapter 23 [6:15]
24. Chapter 24 [4:14]
25. Chapter 25 [5:02]
26. Chapter 26 [4:22]
27. Chapter 27 [4:14]
28. Chapter 28 [7:43]
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating 4.5
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  • Posted July 5, 2014

    Awesome

    Awesome

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  • Posted January 18, 2014

    Best Russell Crowe Action Movie Ever

    Best Russell Crowe Action Movie Ever

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  • Posted January 20, 2013

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    Good

    Never saw this all the way expect here and there. Finally saw the whole thing. Acting was at times over the top but still good. Setting and soundtrack was also good.

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  • Posted October 12, 2012

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    Waited 36 years for this film!

    Following the budget-busting CLEOPATRA and the less-than-successful FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE in 1963 & 1964, it seems that Hollywood decided to take a long break from the "sword and sandal" Roman epic. But Oh, What A Comeback! This was such a great film to see on the big screen...and I was glad to see it win Oscars for Picture and Actor. I would have given it much more: Joaquin Phoenix follows the distinguished line of actors playing crazed Roman emperors (Peter Ustinov's Nero, Roddy McDowell's Octavius, Jay Robinson's Caligula) and absolutely deserved the award. Loved the script...memorable lines which were even quoted on HBO's SOPRANOS. And the technical aspect of the film are simply outstanding. This is the kind of film that cries out for Blu-ray and it is great to have both the theatrical and extended versions available. This one is a "Must Have".!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Good action sequences and fantastic sets

    Great action and emotion. Many of the weapons and armour historically accurate while the story line is not. Do not try to learn history from this movie. However, if you enjoy great action, a good story of love, passion, honory, and bravery, then this is a movie for you. The sets are wonderful and the action scenes intense.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    The gladiator in all of us

    Simply the best!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    You Cannot Stop Watching

    Seeing the world of a gladiator through their eyes was so terrifying to me. I could not imagine the feeling of someone telling you that without a doubt you were going to die, just some quicker than others. There were so many different emotions, following such complicated characters, I felt the need to keep my mind focused at all times on the story, without straying at all, for fear of losing a whole piece of it. I miss Oliver Reed, he was such a character, and played his part equally as well in this. Joachim Phoenix was perfect, as a jealous, spoiled "Caesar". The choreography, to get the fight scenes so perfect, had to be quite the job.<BR/>You just wanted to help the gladiators along, like watching a football game, and thinking you can get in there and move the guys along to get the down, or to score. I would recommend this for the beautiful cinematography, music score, the fine acting, and the story itself that will bring about all kinds of emotions.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Icon of the Modern Epic Movie

    I¿m not usually a fan of big Hollywood fodder, which this clearly is ¿ great hero driven into the dregs away from family and all he knows by the unscrupulous leader, to later rise and claim revenge and redemption. Yes, there are grand battle scenes, over-the-top bad guys, a big Hans Zimmer score, and lots of ¿hero¿ talk in English accents. But I really enjoyed this movie. And, I found the score by Hans Zimmer to be wonderful enough to purchase. Zimmer¿s ¿big¿ recognizable and often monotonous style, reaches its creative peak in this film. The tried and true formula for epic revenge movies works well for this. The production doesn¿t take away from the important stuff ¿ the story, the drama, and the characters.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Amazing Movie.

    I found this movie to be incredible. Never have I seen a better movie. I believe this is one that will always be my favorite. For those who are giving it low ratings based on historical inaccuracy are, in my opinion, being too critical. Yes, there are probably things that are inaccurate, but one must remember that it is in fact Hollywood, and they rarely make movies that are exactly how history depicts it. They do make movies for entertainment purposes, because that is what sells. So regarding history, if you believe that you would dismiss a movie based on its accuracy, then this movie is not for you. But, to everyone else, it is wonderful and you should definitely make some time to see it. Stellar acting, incredible visuals/graphics, and a beautiful soundtrack.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The best gladiator movie ever!

    I saw Spartacus in the movie theatre, It can't compare to "Gladiator". This movie has everything you can imagine, love, hate, intense drama, courage...this is a true gladiator movie. The best ever. Contrary to another review I read, Russell Crowe plays Maximus, not Marcus Aurelius... Russell came up with the name himself. The script was barely started when he reported for work. It's a miracle the movie was even finished. A wonderful movie. It will become a cult classic. This extended version, will be a terrific addition to any movie library.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of the best ever!

    Great movie. Destined to be a classic!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    "What we do here echoes into eternity"

    A remarkable film for the action genre. It develops its characters in a way that is very subtle for this type of genre. Marcus Aurelius, played by Russell Crowe, is an historically inaccurate portrait, but this fictionalized version of him is more fascinating. Great battle scenes and the perfect foil of Joaquin Phoenix makes this film irresistible. Don't forget the animals!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Extreme action for all!!!!!

    This movie rocked, the action was top notch and the story was awesome!!! I don't see why some people have to ruin a movie by sayin' it was inaccurate in history. WHO CARES!!! THIS MOVIE WAS AWESOME!!! Don't go in to this movie looking for all inaccurate pieces of history, go in knowing you're up for a great movie from start to finish. Ridley demands almost 3 hours of your time with this movie and he did not waist a second at all, not at all!! Along with Peter Jackson he's one of the greatest director's of our time!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of the best movies ever

    Who cares if it's not historically accurate? Obviously, it wasn't made for historical accuracy, it was made for entertainment and drama. By the way, someone mentioned that thumbs up meant death, but that fact was only discovered this past year, while the movie was made in 2000. So during the filming of the movie, thumbs up was considered "live". That being said, Gladiator is a fantastic movie and shouldn't be thought of anything less. Great fight scenes, nice plot, and some brilliant acting!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Extended Movie Not Great, but Extras Are

    I watched the other night, hoping that the additional footage would be seamlessly integrated into what was already a terrific movie. It was, for the most part. Some of the new scenes worked and might have made the film better, but others seemed tremendously out of place. The worst part about the whole movie, though, was the editing of the scenes into the movie. The music wasn't changed and the scenes didn't really help any of the characters develope. However, the extras provided in this extended edition may be the most thorough ever put onto a DVD. Overall, this was a worthwhile purchase, especially considering that the DVD includes the original theatrical version of the film as well. A great DVD.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Must have for any collector of Epic type films

    This will always be a top favorite. I have watched my old version so many times, along with those listed below. I can not wait until the new version comes out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The best movie ever written!!

    For me, this is the all-time best movie EVER! When I first saw it, I could not stop crying. Russell Crowe did such a wonderful job and I wasn't prepared for his death at the end. I cried even after the movie ended! It was just so beautifully written and words can't describe how much I love this movie. It has plenty of romance, drama, adventure, and more. THe relationship between him and connie nielson is so cute! And during their passionate kiss at the end, I felt more love between them than I had between ryan and rachel in the notebook!! The Gladiator is the best movie no matter what film genre you like!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Amazing! Wonderful!

    I havn't seen the extended version, but the original is one of the best movies ever(It's in my personal top two and gaining)! It is an epic that deserves to go down in history beside Beowulf, The Song of Rolland, etc. Russle Crow is at his best with a performace that makes even the toughest movie goer misty-eyed. The plot is beautiful and uplifting, with a hero you root for and a villan that is one of the best(aka most evil) ever to grace the silver screen. The characters are consistant, never lapsing into goofy moments. I could say more about it but this review would get too long.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Movie

    This is truly a great epic movie that deserves to have a new, improved extended edition. I'll have no problems discontinuing my original DVD for this edition which looks great. The movie deserved to win the Oscar for Best Picture in 2000 and still holds up today as the prescedent for sword and sandal epics in today's world of filmmaking.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    oh my god

    this movie is just like totaly like the best movie well one of the best movies i have ever watch get off the computer and watch it now...........well why are you still on the computer....i said GET OFF AND WATCH THIS MOVIE.................JUST JOKING but really really watch this movie you'll be blow away

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