MONDAY AUGUST 29 & TUESDAY AUGUST 30 THEATRE CLOSED

     
   


I WAKE UP DREAMING 2016: THE END OF NOIR! NIGHT 5
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31 DOUBLE FEATURE!

Elliot Lavine brings his critically acclaimed film noir showcase to the palatial Castro Theatre for the last time ever! Eleven mighty and significant noir gems spread over five Wednesday nights – all but one presented in beautiful 35mm prints – and most never before seen on the giant Castro screen!

$13 for each double (or triple) feature. NO PASSES FOR THESE SPECIAL ENGAGEMENTS.

FIVE (1951) 6:00 and 10:00

After a nuclear holocaust reduces the planet to a desolate ghost world, the last five people remaining manage to find one another. But the road to a renewed civilization is often paved with bad intentions. FIVE is one of the most starkly bleak films of the 1950s, a grim and stunningly raw vision of an apocalyptic landscape. A rare opportunity to see this seldom screened low-budget oddity; it’s certain to visit your dreams for years to come. Starring William Phipps, Susan Douglas, James Anderson, Charles Lampkin, and Earl Lee. Photographed by Sid Lubov and Louis Clyde Stouman. Written and directed by radio’s creator of “Lights Out,” Arch Oboler. In B&W.  35mm studio archive print. 90 mins. 1951.

KISS ME DEADLY (1955) 8:00 only!

Mickey Spillane’s brutal bedroom dick, Mike Hammer, slugs and slogs his way through the dankest sewers of Los Angeles in his quest for the “great whatsit,” an elusive and explosive key to nothing short of the end of the world. This is one of noir’s most conspicuously adult films, visually and thematically innovative, senselessly coarse. And even though the film’s subliminal messaging is distantly removed from the original novel, it nevertheless remains the ultimate reflection of noir’s fatalistic powers during the deeply paranoid 1950s.

Starring Ralph Meeker, Albert Dekker, Paul Stewart, Maxine Cooper, Gaby Rodgers, Jack Elam, Jack Lambert, and Cloris Leachman. Photographed by the extraordinary Ernest Laszlo. Directed by Robert Aldrich. In B&W.  35mm studio archive print. 106 mins. 1955. 

 
     
   


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 through MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5

SING ALONG THE LITTLE MERMAID
Thu & Fri 7:00 only!
Sat & Sun 2:30 & 7:00
Mon 2:30 only!
Hosted by Sara Moore & Laurie Bushman

This interactive presentation of Disney’s classic has been customized with on-screen lyrics for all the songs so that audiences can sing along! Your hosts will introduce each performance and warm up the audiences’ vocal chords. Plus goody bags for everyone and audience members can add to the fun by dressing up as your favorite character from the film! (1989, full program runs approx 120 min, 35mm)

NO PASSES FOR THIS PROGRAM.
Special Admission: $16 general / $11 kids (12-) & seniors (62+).
Tickets may be purchased the day of shows or in advance via TicketWeb.

 

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 THEATRE CLOSED

     
   


WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 DOUBLE FEATURE

SUNSET BOULEVARD 3:00, 7:00

Some call it a camp classic, some call it an unrelenting cinematic nightmare. But the classic tale of a failed screenwriter (William Holden) trapped in the orbit of a washed-up and deranged silent film diva (Gloria Swanson) is possibly director Billy Wilder's greatest achievement, and one of Hollywood's greatest, darkest movies. Nominated for 11 Oscars, winning for story/screenplay, art direction, and Franz Waxman's score. (1950, 110 min, DCP)

+ THE STAR 5:10, 9:05

Bette Davis plays it to the hilt as a washed-up actress who, once one of Tinseltown’s great stars, now finds her life and career at an unfortunate crossroads as she edges into her 50s. Featuring Sterling Hayden, Natalie Wood and a panorama of L.A. locations, Stuart Heisler’s film earned Davis her ninth Oscar nomination. (1952, 90 min, 35mm)

 
     
 


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 DOUBLE MALICK

DAYS OF HEAVEN 7:00

A barrage of staggering visuals took this idyllic story of a love triangle in Texas circa 1916 to levels few filmmakers have surpassed, let alone fathomed. Richard Gere, Brooke Adams, Sam Shepherd and Linda Manz star; photographed by Nestor Almendros and Haskell Wexler. (1978, 94 min, DCP)

 

 

+ KNIGHT OF CUPS 8:50
Malick’s hypnotic film follows writer Christian Bale on a dazed odyssey through the mansions, resorts, beaches and clubs of Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Distraught over the complicated relationships with his brother (Wes Bentley) and father (Brian Dennehy), his quest to break the spell of his disenchantment takes him on a series of adventures with six alluring women. Given a limited theatrical release, we are pleased to bring Malick’s recent masterwork back on the big screen where it belongs. Imogen Poots, Cate Blanchett and Natalie Portman co-star. (2015, 118 min, DCP ‘Scope)

 

 
     
   


FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 DOUBLE FEATURE

THE HOLY MOUNTAIN 7:00
The scandal of the 1973 Cannes Film Festival, writer/director Alejandro Jodorowsky’s flood of sacrilegious imagery and existential symbolism in The Holy Mountain is a spiritual quest for enlightenment pitting illusion against truth. The Alchemist (Jodorowsky) assembles a group of people from all walks of life to represent the planets in the solar system. The occult adept’s intention is to put his recruits through strange mystical rites and divest them of their worldly baggage before embarking on a trip to Lotus Island. There they ascend the Holy Mountain to displace the immortal gods who secretly rule the universe. In Spanish with English subtitles. (1973, 116 min, 35mm ‘Scope)

+ ZARDOZ 9:10
“I love to see them running, I love the moment of their death when I am one with Zardoz.” In John Boorman’s brilliant, prophetic film, Zed (Sean Connery) is an Exterminator who believes that he has arrived in cop heaven after dying carrying out his duty exterminating Brutals in the outlands. He is in fact quite alive and among the planet’s surviving Elites who jealously guard what remains of the Earth’s resources. What awaits Zed is an odyssey of privilege through exclusion and contrived genocide. Welcome to Zed’s time, 2293. Welcome to your time, 2016. “The gun is good. The penis is evil. Go forth and kill.” (1974, 104 min, DCP ‘Scope)

 
     
   


SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 SPECIAL EVENT
19th ANNUAL CALIFORNIA INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL

The California Independent Film Festival (CAIFF) is one of the most successful and fastest growing film festivals in California. Since its inception in 1997, CAIFF has captured both national and worldwide press. This star-studded event provides both local Bay Area residents and visitors with an opportunity to see world-class films, meet filmmakers from around the world, international celebrities and build exposure for CAIFF corporate sponsors. We invite you to become part of the fastest growing film festival in California. Venue Sponsor: Steamworks Baths.
To purchase tickets: visit caiff.org

1:00 Short and Feature Film: KISS OF DEATH (11 mins) SF Premiere
A thief and his wife are preparing to flee town by sunrise, until a mysterious stranger changes everything. Director: Timothy Collins

KISS ME, KILL ME (101 mins) SF Premiere
Starring as Dusty, four-time Emmy nominee Van Hansis (“As the World Turns” and “EastSiders”) blacks out while confronting his cheating boyfriend, Stephen, played by gay icon Gale Harold (“Queer as Folk”). When Dusty comes to, Stephen was murdered and he’s the prime suspect. Director: Casper Andreas

3:30 Short and Feature Film: SPEAK (21 mins)
Two estranged brothers are forced to reunite when their mother takes to her bed and is unable to speak. Starring: Susan Blakely and Mary Wilson. Director: Marc Saltarelli

WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH GERALD? (98 mins) SF Premiere
A hypochondriac irks his partner by embracing the advice of an eccentric healer. Director: Matt Riddlehoover

6:30 Short and Feature Film: WINDFALL (14 mins) World Premiere
Len's downtrodden life takes a turn when he wins the lottery. He struggles to better his life with his newfound fortune, but secrets from his past unravel and challenge what windfalls can do for one man.

FLATBUSH LUCK (93 mins) FilmOut Audience Award Winner SF Premiere
Two hunky phone repair guys from Flatbush stumble across insider trading tips and start tapping a phone line to get even more. Director: Casper Andreas

9:00 KING COBRA (91 mins) Centerpiece Feature Film SF Premiere
When a lonely suburban man turned gay porn producer discovers a hot, lucrative new star, he finds himself the target of rival pornographers who will stop at nothing to steal his money maker. Based on the novel "Cobra Killer", this ripped-from-the-headlines drama covers the early rise of gay porn headliner Sean Paul Lockhart aka Brent Corrigan before his falling out with the producer who made him famous. Starring: James Franco, Christian Slater, Molly Ringwald, Alicia Silverstone, Keegan Allen and Garret Clayton. Director: Justin Kelly

 
     
   


SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11 SPECIAL EVENT ($13/$10)

THE BIG PARADE with Bruce Loeb live on the organ 1:30
A long-recognized masterpiece, King Vidor's WWI film accomplishes what few war epics ever do: it captures the immense sweep of cataclysmic events while maintaining its focus on the ordinary people whose lives are changed forever by those events. John Gilbert stars in his finest performance, as a young American soldier who finds peace with a French woman (Renee Adoree) amid the horrors of trench warfare. (1925, approx 141 min, DCP)

 
     
   


SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11
DOUBLE MERCHANT IVORY

REMAINS OF THE DAY 5:00
The talent behind Howards End reunite to create this extraordinary and moving story of blind devotion and repressed love. Anthony Hopkins plays a dedicated English butler to Lord Darlington, Emma Thompson is the estate’s high-spirited, strong-minded housekeeper who watches the goings-on upstairs in horror. Though neither will admit it, they gradually fall in love and only give vent to their charged feelings via fierce arguments. Nominated for 8 Academy Awards, the Merchant Ivory production co-stars James Fox, Christopher Reeve and Hugh Grant. (1993, 134 min, 35mm ‘Scope)

+ HOWARDS END 7:30 NEW 4K RESTORATION!
One of Merchant Ivory’s undisputed masterpieces, this adaptation of E.M. Forster’s classic 1910 novel is a saga of class relations and changing times in Edwardian England. Margaret Schlegel (Emma Thompson, in an Oscar-winning performance) and her sister Helen (Helena Bonham Carter) become involved with two couples: a wealthy, conservative industrialist (Anthony Hopkins) and his wife (Vanessa Redgrave), and a working-class man (Samuel West) and his mistress (Niccola Duffet). The interwoven fates and misfortunes of these three families and the diverging trajectories of the two sisters’ lives are connected to the ownership of Howards End, a beloved country home. A compelling, brilliantly acted study of one woman’s struggle to maintain her ideals and integrity in the face of Edwardian society’s moribund conformist values. (1992, 142 min, 4K DCP ‘Scope)

 

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 & TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 THEATRE CLOSED

     
   


WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 DOUBLE FEATURE

THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH 3:00, 7:00

Marilyn Monroe was at the peak of her sex-bomb phase when she played the nubile object of neighbor Tom Ewell’s fantasies when his family goes away on summer holiday. Based on George Axelrod’s hit play, Billy Wilder’s high-style comedy features the famous white-skirt-billowing-over-the-subway-grating scene. (1955, 105 min, DCP ‘Scope)

+ LORD LOVE A DUCK 5:00, 9:00
The sole directorial effort of playwright/screenwriter/producer George Axelrod follows Roddy McDowall as a charming high school student (who might also be a dangerous nihilist) in his attempt to help transfer student Tuesday Weld make the transition to her new home. The direct inspiration for Heathers, Axelrod tears with abandon into the California youth culture that had become the center of the pop culture universe by 1966. This odd mix of pointed comedy and inexplicable strangeness is custom made for purveyors of perversion. (1966, 105 min, 35mm)

 
     
   


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 DOUBLE FEATURE

BLUE VELVET 7:00 30TH ANNIVERSARY!

Dennis Hopper’s gas-huffing, obscenity-screaming Frank Booth is at the center of David Lynch’s deeply disturbing mystery that probes beneath the cheerful surface of suburban America to reveal sadomasochistic violence, corruption, drug abuse, crime and perversion. Kyle MacLachlan, Isabella Rossellini, Laura Dern and Dean Stockwell co-star. (1986, 120 min, 35mm ‘Scope)

 

 

+ PRIVATE PROPERTY 9:15 NEW 4K RESTORATION!
Two homicidal Southern California drifters (played to creepy perfection by Corey Allen and Warren Oates) wander off the beach and into the seemingly-perfect Beverly Hills home of unhappy housewife Kate Manx, in this long-lost film noir gem written & directed by The Outer Limits creator Leslie Stevens. Shot through with shimmering sexual tension and lensed in stunning B&W by master cameraman Ted McCord (The Treasure of the Sierra Madre), Private Property is both an eerie, Jim Thompson-esque thriller and a savage critique of the hollowness of the Playboy-era American Dream. Truly sick! (1959, 79 min, 4K DCP)

 

 
     
   


FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 DOUBLE FEATURE

MULTIPLE MANIACS 7:00, 11:00 NEW RESTORATION!
John Waters’ gloriously grotesque, unavailable-for-decades second feature comes to the Castro at long last, replete with all manner of depravity, from robbery to murder to one of cinema’s most memorably blasphemous moments. Made on a shoestring budget in Baltimore, Waters and company gleefully mock the peace-and-love ethos of its era. Featuring the Cavalcade of Perversion, a traveling show put on by a troupe of misfits whose shocking proclivities are topped only by those of their leader: the glammer-than-glam, larger-than-life Divine, who’s out for blood after discovering her lover’s affair. Starring Waters’ beloved regular cast the Dreamlanders (including David Lochary, Mary Vivian Pearce, Mink Stole, Edith Massey, and Cookie Mueller), Multiple Maniacs is an anarchist masterwork from an artist who has doggedly tested the limits of taste for decades. (1970, 96 min, DCP)

+ BEYOND THE VALLEY OF THE DOLLS 8:55
“This is my happening and it freaks me out!” Three young girls come to Hollywood, find fame and fortune, are threatened by sex, violence and drugs, and either do or not do win redemption. Simultaneously a satire, serious melodrama, rock musical, comedy, violent exploitation picture, skin flick and moralistic expose, director Russ Meyer and screenwriter Roger Ebert (!) threw in everything but the kitchen sink and an immortal cult classic was born. Starring Dolly Reed, Cynthia Myers, Marcia McBroom and John LaZar as 'Z-Man'. (1970, 109 min, 35mm ‘Scope)

 
     
   


SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 & SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18 SPECIAL EVENT

GREASE SING-A-LONG Sat 2:30, 7:00; Sun 2:30
Hosted by Sara Moore & Laurie Bushman.

For those of you not yet converted, Grease Sing-A-Long is the blockbuster movie musical complete with tricked- out subtitles so that the whole audience can sing along to “Hopelessly Devoted to You,” “You’re the One That I Want,” “Summer Nights,” all of them! In addition to belting out the tunes, goody bags will be handed out to everyone and audience members can add to the fun by dressing up as a favorite character for the costume contest! Grease stars John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, Jeff Conaway and Didi Conn. Directed by Randal Kleiser. (1978, full show approx. 150 min, Digital ‘Scope)

NO PASSES FOR THIS ENGAGEMENT
Special Admission: $16 general / $11 kids (12-) & seniors (62+)

Tickets will be available day of show at our box office or can be purchased in advance via Ticketweb.

 
     
   


SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18 DOUBLE FEATURE

ACE IN THE HOLE 7:00

Billy Wilder's corrosive account of embittered tabloid reporter Kirk Douglas and his amoral manipulation of a mining tragedy to ride him back to the big time. Unrelenting in its cynicism, the film features exceptional performances from Douglas and co-star Jan Sterling. Aka The Big Carnival. (1951, 111 min, DCP)

+ NIGHTCRALWER 9:05
In Dan Gilroy’s disturbing directorial debut, Jake Gyllenhaal delivers a performance to top as Lou Bloom, a driven young man who discovers the high-speed, cut-throat world of L.A. crime journalism where freelance video news teams compete for the bloodiest footage. Aided by TV news veteran Rene Russo as Nina, Lou blurs the line between observer and participant to become the star of his own story. Bill Paxton co-stars; beautifully photographed by Robert Elswit. (2014, 117 min, DCP ‘Scope)

 

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19 THEATRE CLOSED

     
   


TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 SPECIAL EVENT

HURRICANE BIANCA 7:30
A fast-paced revenge comedy starring RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Bianca Del Rio (comic Roy Haylock). When Richard, a New York teacher, can’t find work, he accepts a position in a small Texas school. Almost immediately, they suss out that he is gay, and fire him. Later, when a new friend introduces him to the underground drag scene, Richard dons a new identity as the sharp-tongued and utterly hilarious “Bianca,” and returns to the school to wreak havoc. As everyone quickly learns, this is one teacher you definitely do NOT want to cross. Co-starring Rachel Dratch, Alan Cumming, Margaret Cho, RuPaul and drag race favorites William Belli, Shangela and Alyssa Edwards.

Screening will feature a Q&A with director Matt Kugelman and stars including Bianca Del Rio. One night only!

Tickets available online at bit.ly/2bEMtMG

 
 
     
   


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22
SPECIAL EVENT

INFORUM presents Spend the Night with ALAN CUMMING

Alan Cumming does it all: you may recognize him as wily Eli Gold from CBS drama "The Good Wife," or from his Tony-winning turn in Cabaret. Or you may know him for his LGBT and animal rights advocacy efforts. You may even know him from Snapchat!

Spend the night with the actor-singer-photographer-writer, hear insider stories from his book, You Gotta Get Bigger Dreams and find just how he makes all the magic happen. Alan will be in conversation with Cleve Jones, San Francisco LGBT rights activist and author of When We Rise, which chronicles the gay rights movement in the 1970's and will air as a miniseries on ABC in 2017.

Time: 6:00 check-in and premium reception, 7:00 program, 8:00 book signing
Visit commonwealthclub.org/inforum for more info | To purchase tickets, click here

 
     
   


FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 DOUBLE FEATURE

CHINATOWN 7:00

In 1930s Los Angeles, Jack Nicholson plays Jake Gittes, a small-time private eye who stumbles onto a big case involving graft over valuable land and water rights, murder, incest and high-level corruption. Director Roman Polanski exposed the genuine evil in Robert Towne’s intricate script and created an American masterpiece. Faye Dunaway and a deliciously devious John Huston co-star. (1974, 130 min, DCP ‘Scope)

+ THE TWO JAKES 9:25

In immediate postwar Los Angeles, Jake Gittes (Nicholson, reprising his role) is on a routine marital snoop job that turns into a murder case, evoking the tragic events that took place eleven years earlier. As directed by Nicholson and written by Robert Towne, this adroit pastiche of Chandler and Hammett features a colorful supporting cast including Harvey Keitel, Meg Tilly, Madeleine Stowe, Richard Farnsworth, Frederic Forrest and Eli Wallach. (1990, 137 min, 35mm)

 
     
   


SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 SPECIAL EVENT

ANNA MAGNANI – A FILM SERIES
An All-Celluloid Special Homage to a Diva of the Italian Cinema.

See on the big screen four brilliant 35 mm prints of the most acclaimed movies of Nannarella. Presented by Istituto Luce Cinecittà and The Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco, with the support of The Leonardo da Vinci Society. Organized by Cinema Italia SF.

ROME OPEN CITY 1:00

Roberto Rossellini’s revelation, a harrowing drama about the Nazi occupation of Rome and the brave few who struggled against it, with Anna Magnani in her breakthrough role as Pina, the fiancée of a resistance member.
(1945, 100 min, 35mm)

BELLISSIMA 3:00

Directed by Luchino Visconti and shot at the Cinecittà studios, this satire of the film industry stars Anna Magnani as a working-class mother in Rome who drags her young daughter to audition for a new film by Alessandro Blasetti. (1952, 115 min, 35mm)

THE ROSE TATTOO 6:00

Alongside Burt Lancaster, Anna Magnani played her first English-speaking role in a mainstream Hollywood film as the widowed mother of a teenage daughter, in this adaptation of the play by Tennessee Williams, who based the character of Serafina on Magnani. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress. (1955, 117 min, 35mm)

LA ROMA DI MAGNANI PARTY 8:30

Join us for this celebratory event of Roman food and entertainment in the theatre's mezzanine level.

THE PASSIONATE THIEF 10:00

Mario Monicelli reunited Totò with Anna Magnani in this comedic adaptation of two novels by Alberto Moravia, depicting the failed illusions of two broken-down bit players at Cinecittà. (1960, 106 min, 35mm)

Tickets:
- $12 per film
- $20 for the “La Roma di Magnani” party
- $60 pass includes all four films and party

Tickets | Official Website

 
     
   


SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25 QUADRUPLE ZEMECKIS!!!! ($13/$10)

BACK TO THE FUTURE Trilogy
Part 1 2:30; Part II 4:15; Part III 6:30
Experience the future all over again with Robert Zemeckis’ time-travelling trilogy! Join Marty McFly, Doc Brown and their suped-up DeLorean for the adventure of a lifetime as they travel to the past, present and future, setting off a time-shattering chain reaction that disrupts the space-time continuum! Starring the comedic talents of Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Crispin Glover, Thomas F. Wilson, Elisabeth Shue and Mary Steenburgen. I (1985, 116 min); II (1989, 108 min); III (1990, 119 min); all DCP.

+ USED CARS 8:45
Zemeckis’ ridiculously obnoxious comedy stars Kurt Russell as a devious car salesman who goes to work for affable but monumentally unsuccessful used car dealer Jack Warden. Warden's principal rival is his more prosperous twin brother (also played by Warden) who schemes to take over the "good" brother's lot. “A fierce, cathartically funny celebration of the low, the cheap, the venal—in short, America…this is the Dawn of the Dead of slapstick…the supporting cast has been drawn, evocatively, from The Gong Show, Laverne and Shirley, and The Munsters.” –Dave Kehr (1980, 113 min, 35mm)

 

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26 & TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 THEATRE CLOSED

     
   


WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 DOUBLE FEATURE

SOME LIKE IT HOT 3:00, 7:00

After witnessing a gangland rub-out, musicians Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon run from the mob and into the scrumptious arms of Marilyn Monroe, a member of an all-girl band. Billy Wilder’s immortal, riotous sex farce is dazzling from beginning to end, with a particularly memorable turn by Monroe as “Sugar Kane”. (1959, 119 min, 35mm)

+ WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER? 5:10, 9:15

Jayne Mansfield flamboyantly re-created her Broadway role as the glamorous client to whom beleaguered ad man Tony Randall plays lapdog to in this cartoon-like farce. Director Frank Tashlin has ample opportunities to take satirical potshots at everything from TV commercials to the unwieldiness of CinemaScope. (1957, 94 min, DCP ‘Scope)

 
     
   


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 & FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 SPECIAL EVENT

REEL ROCK 11 Shows start at 7:00
The REEL ROCK Film Tour brings the best in climbing and adventure films to local audiences in over 400 locations across the globe. REEL ROCK shows are spirited events where climbers and outdoors lovers come together to celebrate and sample the ultimate in adventure filmmaking. Prize giveaways, appearances by top climbers, and fundraising for non-profit organizations are always part of the party at REEL ROCK events.

This fall, REEL ROCK cranks it up to 11 with our latest collection of electrifying climbing films showcasing the sport's biggest stories and athletes. The five new films deliver edge-of-your-seat action, globe-trotting exploration, big laughs and true inspiration.

Advance tickets available through brownpapertickets.com.
Full info at reelrocktour.com.

 
 
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