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The Artist (2011)

  • Rate: 8.1/10 total 101,967 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Drama | Romance
  • Release Date: 20 January 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: 100 min
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  • IMDb page: The Artist (2011)
  • Rate: 8.1/10 total 101,967 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Drama | Romance
  • Release Date: 20 January 2012 (USA)
  • Runtime: 100 min
  • Filming Location: Hancock Park, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Budget: $15,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $44,667,095(USA)(17 June 2012)
  • Director: Michel Hazanavicius
  • Stars: Jean Dujardin, Bérénice Bejo and John Goodman|See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: Ludovic Bource   
  • Soundtrack: Pennies From Heaven
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | Datasat | SDDS
  • Plot Keyword: Silent Film | Dancing | Movie Star | Movie Studio | Newspaper Headline

Writing Credits By:

  • Michel Hazanavicius (written by)

Known Trivia

  • The role of Jack the dog was actually played by three matching Jack Russell Terriers: Uggie; Dash; and Dude, although The lead dog Uggie did the majority of scenes. All three dogs were colored before the filming began, made to look more alike.
  • Penelope Ann Miller also played Edna Purviance, a famous silent movie actress, in the 1992 movie Chaplin, the bio-film about one of the most famous and renowned silent film comedians, Charles Chaplin.
  • Peppy’s house in the film is the house which Mary Pickford lived in before marrying Douglas Fairbanks and moving into the legendary Pickfair mansion (which was torn down in the late 1980s), and the bed where George Valentin wakes up is Mary Pickford’s bed. In the briefly-visible dining room, you can also see an English Sheridan dining room table-and-chair set that belonged to Pickford, and the lace tablecloth also belonged to her.
  • During filming, Jean Dujardin lived in an isolated 1930s house in the Hollywood Hills.
  • In solitude, George views a reel from one of his silent swashbucklers through a film projector centered within his apartment. The film is in fact a genuine silent film, The Mark of Zorro, which established its star, Douglas Fairbanks, as a real life silent era action hero and matinée idol, the kind George Valentin is portrayed as being within the film. The scene from Zorro is altered, however, substituting actor Jean Dujardin as George for Fairbanks for the close-up shots.
  • The movie was shot in the 1.33:1 “Academy ratio,” just as in silent-film days, since director-writer Michel Hazanavicius considered it ‘perfect for actors’ because it gives them ‘a presence, a power, a strength. They occupy all the space of the screen.’
  • Many of the beaded dresses worn in the film by Bérénice Bejo and others were made by Leluxe Clothing.
  • The first mostly silent feature film given a major theatrical release since Mel Brooks’s Silent Movie in 1976.
  • Peppy Miller (Bérénice Bejo) does not have an audible spoken line – despite being the talking movie star.
  • The film makes use of Bernard Herrmann’s love theme from Vertigo at a climactic moment, but this isn’t the first time director Michel Hazanavicius has borrowed from Alfred Hitchcock. He also used visual and musical cues from Vertigo and from North by Northwest in his spy spoof OSS 117: Lost in Rio, also starring Jean Dujardin.

Goofs: Revealing mistakes: In the opening sequence, when George watches the film in the theater, the on-screen car appears to be left-hand drive. Since he is standing behind the screen, the image should be reversed.

Plot: A silent movie star meets a young dancer, but the arrival of talking pictures sends their careers in opposite directions. Full summary »  »

Story: Outside a movie premiere, enthusiastic fan Peppy Miller literally bumps into the swashbuckling hero of the silent film, George Valentin. The star reacts graciously and Peppy plants a kiss on his cheek as they are surrounded by photographers. The headlines demand: "Who's That Girl?" and Peppy is inspired to audition for a dancing bit-part at the studio. However as Peppy slowly rises through the industry, the introduction of talking-pictures turns Valentin's world upside-down.Written by L. Hamre  

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Jeremy Burdek known as co-producer: uFilm
  • Antoine de Cazotte known as executive producer
  • Daniel Delume known as executive producer
  • Nadia Khamlichi known as co-producer: uFilm
  • Thomas Langmann known as producer
  • Richard Middleton known as executive producer
  • Emmanuel Montamat known as associate producer
  • Adrian Politowski known as co-producer: uFilm
  • Gilles Waterkeyn known as co-producer: uFilm
  • Bob Weinstein known as executive producer
  • Harvey Weinstein known as executive producer
  • Jean Dujardin known as producer (uncredited)

FullCast & Crew:

  • Jean Dujardin known as George Valentin
  • Bérénice Bejo known as Peppy Miller
  • John Goodman known as Al Zimmer
  • James Cromwell known as Clifton
  • Penelope Ann Miller known as Doris
  • Missi Pyle known as Constance
  • Beth Grant known as Peppy's Maid
  • Ed Lauter known as Peppy's Butler
  • Joel Murray known as Policeman Fire
  • Bitsie Tulloch known as Norma
  • Ken Davitian known as Pawnbroker
  • Malcolm McDowell known as The Butler
  • Basil Hoffman known as Auctioneer
  • Bill Fagerbakke known as Policeman Tuxedo
  • Nina Siemaszko known as Admiring Woman (as Nina Siemazko)
  • Stephen Mendillo known as Set Assistant
  • Dash Pomerantz known as Peppy's Boyfriend
  • Beau Nelson known as Peppy's Boyfriend
  • Alex Holliday known as Guard
  • Wiley M. Pickett known as Guard (as Wiley Pickett)
  • Ben Kurland known as Audition Casting Assistant
  • Katie Nisa known as Audition Dancer
  • Katie Wallack known as Audition Dancer (as Katie Wallick)
  • Hal Landon Jr. known as Napoleon
  • Cleto Augusto known as Set Technician
  • Sarah Karges known as Laughing Dancer
  • Sarah Scott known as Laughing Dancer
  • Maize Olinger known as Shouting Dancer
  • Ezra Buzzington known as Journalist
  • Fred Bishop known as Journalist
  • Stuart Pankin known as Director #1 (Restaurant)
  • Andy Milder known as Director #2
  • Bob Glouberman known as Director #3 (Finale)
  • David Allen Cluck known as Assistant Director (Finale) (as David Cluck)
  • Kristian Francis Falkenstein known as Actor in 'The Brunette' (as Kristian Falkenstein)
  • Matt Skollar known as Peppy's Assistant
  • Annie O'Donnell known as Woman with Policeman
  • Patrick Mapel known as Assistant with Newspaper
  • Matthew Albrecht known as Tennis Player
  • Harvey J. Alperin known as Doctor (as Harvey Alperin)
  • Lily Knight known as Nurse at Peppy's House
  • Clement Blake known as Beggar
  • Tasso Feldman known as Zimmer's Assistant
  • Christopher Ashe known as Zimmer's Assistant (as Chris Ashe)
  • Adria Tennor known as Zimmer's Assistant
  • Cletus Young known as Bartender
  • J. Mark Donaldson known as Thug #1 (as Mark Donaldson)
  • Brian J. Williams known as Thug #2 (as Brian Williams)
  • Andrew Ross Wynn known as Big Dancer (Restaurant)
  • Jen Lilley known as Onlooker
  • Brian Chenoweth known as Onlooker
  • Tim De Zarn known as Soldier (as Tim Dezarn)
  • Uggie known as The Dog
  • Pasquale Cassalia known as Dancer (credit only)
  • Rose Murphy known as Herself (archive sound)
  • Ashley Lane Adams known as Girl at Audition (uncredited)
  • David Bantly known as Studio Executive (uncredited)
  • Bill Blair known as Studio Engineer (uncredited)
  • Teri Bocko known as Laughing Dancer (uncredited)
  • Joshua Capo known as Clerk (uncredited)
  • Brendan Connolly known as Studio Executive (uncredited)
  • Vincent De Paul known as Restaurant Manager (uncredited)
  • Calvin Dean known as Mr. Sauveur (uncredited)
  • Mohamed Dione known as African (uncredited)
  • Matt J. Doyle known as Security Guard (uncredited)
  • Joseph Falsetti known as Camera Operator (uncredited)
  • Josephine Ganner known as 1930's Studio Actress (uncredited)
  • Kevin Michael Hoffman known as Peppy's Dance Partner (uncredited)
  • Victor Holstein known as Grip (uncredited)
  • Jennifer Ingrum known as Charleston Dancer (uncredited)
  • Robert Kestler known as Scientist #1 (uncredited)
  • Kevin Ketcham known as Film Crew Member (uncredited)
  • Devon Marie King known as Laughing Dancer (uncredited)
  • Patrick Krull known as Film Clapper #4 / Dancer (uncredited)
  • Michael Laren known as Michel (uncredited)
  • Jillana Laufer known as Silent Film Star (uncredited)
  • Sonya Macari known as Autograph Girl (uncredited)
  • Josh Margulies known as Film Clapper #1 (uncredited)
  • Rene Napoli known as Studio Executive (uncredited)
  • Niko Novick known as Producer (uncredited)
  • Philip Ongert known as Set Costumer – Finale (uncredited)
  • Geoff Pilkington known as Sound Technician (uncredited)
  • Jamie Preston known as Engineer (uncredited)
  • Randee Reicher known as Make-up Artist 2 (uncredited)
  • Andrew Schlessinger known as 1920s Lighting Technician (uncredited)
  • Frank Scozzari known as Man in Restaurant (uncredited)
  • Jewel Shepard known as Flapper Starlet (uncredited)
  • John H. Tobin known as Violinist in Ballroom (uncredited)
  • Josh Woodle known as Man in Bed with Peppy (uncredited)
  • Brad Everett Young known as Uncontrollable Patient (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Catherine Childers known as key hair stylist
  • Cydney Cornell known as hair designer
  • Cydney Cornell known as head hair stylist
  • Clarisse Domine known as key makeup artist
  • Kelcey Fry known as makeup artist
  • Hitomi Golba known as hair stylist
  • Jenni Brown Greenberg known as makeup artist
  • Zoe Hay known as key makeup artist
  • Julie Hewett known as makeup designer
  • Melissa Jaqua known as hair stylist
  • Adruitha Lee known as hair stylist
  • Paulletta Lewis known as hair stylist
  • Maha known as makeup artist
  • Lydia Milars known as makeup artist
  • Anne Morgan known as hair stylist
  • Michele Payne known as hair stylist
  • Barry Rosenberg known as barber
  • Kimberley Spiteri known as hair stylist (as Kimberly Spiteri)
  • Lynn Tully known as key hair stylist
  • Angie Wells known as makeup artist
  • Melissa A. Yonkey known as hair stylist (as Melissa Yonkey)
  • Karen Zanki known as hair stylist
  • Joy Zapata known as hair stylist
  • Stacey K. Black known as hair stylist (uncredited)
  • Jed Dornoff known as makeup artist (uncredited)
  • Pecha Koy known as hair stylist (uncredited)

Art Department:

  • Jon-Paul Bouquette known as gang boss
  • Erin Boyd known as buyer
  • Chris Cafferty known as second assistant property master (as Christopher Cafferty)
  • Tony Castagnola known as greens foreman (as 'Good' Tony Castagnola)
  • Martin Charles known as graphic designer
  • Donn Cross known as lead painter
  • Donn Cross known as lead scenic
  • Bradd Fillmann known as set dresser (as Bradd Wesley Fillmann)
  • Paul Ford known as set dresser
  • Penelope Franco known as set dresser
  • Carmine Goglia known as on-set painter
  • Carmine Goglia known as stand-by painter
  • Cheryl Gould known as lead person (as Cheryl Gould Strang)
  • Kevin Holcomb known as paint foreman
  • Christopher Kenton known as set dresser
  • Carol Kiefer known as art department coordinator (as Carol A. Kiefer)
  • Zachary Uriah Kramer known as set dresser
  • Arin Ladish known as set dresser
  • Josh Lusby known as assistant art director (as Joshua Lusby)
  • Joe Mason known as art department assistant
  • Stephen McCumby known as second assistant property master
  • Joe Monaco known as on-set dresser
  • Adam Mull known as set designer
  • Ashley Rice known as buyer
  • Kim Richey known as first assistant property master
  • Anthony Rico known as construction medic
  • Nell Roemer known as labor foreman (as Neil Roemer)
  • Matt Sazzman known as propmaker foreman
  • Devon Sorenson known as construction production assistant
  • Justin Spears known as propmaker foreman
  • Michelle Spears known as property master
  • Bryan Turk known as general foreman (as Bryan E. Turk)
  • Daniel Turk known as construction coordinator (as Daniel E. Turk)
  • Daniel Turk known as construction foreman (as Daniel L. Turk)
  • Jennifer Turk known as construction accountant
  • Jesse Vogel known as paint foreman
  • Abraham Vorster known as set dresser
  • Todd Wolcott known as greensman
  • Kaitlynn Wood known as set dec intern
  • Berj Daniel Bedrosian known as propmaker (uncredited)
  • Franck 'Frenchy' Brousse known as set dresser (uncredited)
  • Tim Burriss known as set dresser (uncredited)
  • Robert Grbavac known as painter (uncredited)
  • Matthew Haney known as gang boss (uncredited)
  • Michael A. Heath known as prop paperwork (uncredited)
  • Stephanie Hein known as set dresser (uncredited)
  • Angie Kern known as construction medic (uncredited)
  • George Charles Kiapos known as mill foreman (uncredited)
  • Greg Knapp known as construction medic (uncredited)
  • Ray Maxwell known as construction location foreman (uncredited)
  • Garry McEvoy known as painter (uncredited)
  • Cesar Orozco known as propmaker (uncredited)
  • Bob Renna known as set dresser (uncredited)
  • Rebecca Wentz known as art department assistant (uncredited)




Production Companies:

  • Studio 37 (as Studio 37 Orange) (coproduction)
  • La Petite Reine (coproduction)
  • La Classe Américaine (coproduction)
  • JD Prod (coproduction)
  • France 3 Cinéma (coproduction)
  • Jouror Productions (coproduction)
  • uFilm (coproduction)
  • Canal+ (participation)
  • CinéCinéma (participation)
  • France Télévision (participation) (as France Télévisions)
  • Le Tax Shelter du Gouvernement Fédéral de Belgique (with the support of)
  • Weinstein Company, The (uncredited)

Other Companies:

  • Actuels Voyages  travel agency
  • Alex's in-the-Kitchen  catering (as Alex in the Kitchen)
  • American Humane Association, The  animal action monitoring (as American Humane Association)
  • Animal Savvy  animals provided by
  • Apollo Productions / AAR Digital  advertising and promotions
  • Barbes Brothers  production management: Los Angeles (as Barbes Brothers, LLC)
  • Bijloke Studio  music recording facility
  • Bruxelles Jazz Orchestra  soundtrack
  • Canal+  the production would like to thank
  • Centre De Dance Connexion  the production would like to thank (as Centre De Dance Connexion [Paris])
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (as Chapman / Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc.)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  hydrascope telescoping crane arm (as Chapman / Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc.)
  • Cinéstéréo  optical transfer (as Cine Stereo)
  • Comerica Bank of California  banking services (as Comerica Bank, Century City Branch – LA)
  • Direct Tools & Fasteners  expendables
  • Dolby Digital  in selected theatres
  • Duboicolor  digital intermediate
  • Dum Dum Films  AVID rental (as DumDum Films)
  • Entertainment Clearances  clearances (as Entertainment Clearances, Inc.)
  • Flagey Studio 4  music recording facility
  • France 3 Cinéma  the production would like to thank
  • Gallagher Entertainment  insurance
  • History For Hire  camera equipment provided by (Period Camera Equipment) (uncredited)
  • I.A.T.S.E.  acknowledgement
  • Kodak  recorded on (as Kodak Filmstock)
  • L'Arp  the director would like to thank
  • Lobster Films  archive (as Collection Lobster Films)
  • Media Services  payroll services
  • Mole Richardson  the production would like to thank (as Mole-Richardson Company)
  • Packair Airfreight  shipping (as Packair Airfreight, Inc.)
  • Panavision Alga  camera equipment provided by (as Panavision / Alga)
  • Panavision Remote Systems  Technocranes and Libra Heads
  • Pierce Law Group  production legal services (as Pierce Law Group, LLP)
  • Rag Place Rentals, The  lighting and technical fabrics (as The Rag Place Rentals, Inc.)
  • Reed Business Information  mock up: 1930 Variety Cover (as Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc.)
  • S.I.S.  sound mixing studio
  • Sabotage Studio  the production would like to thank
  • Scanlab  dailies
  • Screen Actors Guild (SAG)  acknowledgement
  • Sessions Payroll Management  extras payroll services
  • Smoking Et Brillantine  the production would like to thank (as Smoking Et Brillantine [Paris])
  • Sony Music  soundtrack
  • Studio de la Grande Armée  music mixing facility (as Studio de La Grande Armée)
  • TAF – Movie Service  shipping
  • TM Motion Picture Equipment  grip and lighting equipment (as TM Motion Picture Equipment Rentals, Inc.)
  • Warner Bros. Studios  the production would like to thank (as Warner Bros.)
  • uFund  funding (uncredited)


  • Cinéart (2011) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2011) (France) (theatrical)
  • Weinstein Company, The (2011) (USA) (theatrical) (presents)
  • Bir Film (2012) (Turkey) (all media)
  • Cinéart (2011) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • BIM Distribuzione (2011) (Italy) (theatrical)
  • Alta Films (2011) (Spain) (theatrical)
  • Alliance Films (2011) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Cathay-Keris Films (2011) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Cine Colombia (2012) (Colombia) (theatrical)
  • Delphi Filmverleih Produktion (2012) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Diamond Films (2012) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Entertainment Film Distributors (2011) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Feelgood Entertainment (2011) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Festive Films (2011) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Filmladen (201?) (Austria) (theatrical)
  • GAGA (2012) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Londra Films P&D (2012) (Bolivia) (theatrical)
  • Praesens-Film (2011) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
  • Videocine S.A. de C.V. (2012) (Mexico) (theatrical)
  • Wild Bunch (2011) (worldwide) (theatrical)
  • Argentina Video Home (2012) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • DCM Film Distribution (2012) (Germany) (all media)
  • EDKO Film (2012) (Hong Kong) (all media)
  • Film1 (2012) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • IPA Asia Pacific (2012) (Thailand) (all media)
  • MC Distribution (2011) (Lebanon) (all media) (Middle East and North Africa)
  • PepperView Entertainment (2012) (Portugal) (all media)
  • Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (2012) (USA) (DVD)
  • Sun Distribution (2011) (Non-USA) (all media) (Latin America)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (India) (all media)
  • Teleview International (2011) (United Arab Emirates) (all media) (Middle East)
  • Weinstein Company, The (2012) (USA) (DVD)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Benuts (visual effects)
  • Digital District (3-D visual effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • Philippe Aubry known as visual effects
  • Jerome Auliac known as compositing assistant: Digital District
  • Karl Blanchard known as 3D artist: Digital District
  • Laurent Brett known as visual effects
  • Jimmy Cavé known as 3D artist: Digital District
  • Adrien Clément known as 3D artist: Digital District
  • David Danesi known as visual effects
  • Fabrice Fernandez known as compositor: Digital District
  • Gilles Giordan known as compositor: Digital District
  • Caroline Journo known as compositing assistant: Digital District
  • Aurelie Lajoux known as compositor: Digital District
  • Philippe Lamoueux known as technical support: Digital District
  • Arthur Lemaitre known as 3D artist: Digital District (as Arthur Lemaître)
  • Jean-Christophe Levet known as compositor: Digital District
  • Arnaud Leviez known as 3D artist: Digital District
  • Kevin Monthureux known as 3D artist: Digital District
  • Amandine Moulinet known as visual effects post-production coordinator: Digital District
  • Romain Moussel known as compositor: Digital District
  • Grégory Paraige known as 3D artist: Digital District
  • Emmanuel Pichereau known as compositing assistant: Digital District
  • Cédric Pourret known as technical support: Digital District
  • Laurence Pullinger known as digital planning: Digital District
  • Robin Risser known as compositing assistant: Digital District
  • Lynda Tranchier known as compositor: Digital District
  • Alexis Vieil known as visual effects post-production coordinator: Digital District
  • Antoine Vierny known as compositing assistant: Digital District
  • Seif Boutella known as visual effects artist (uncredited)
  • Laurent Brett known as digital compositor (uncredited)
  • Aurélien Grand known as retouch and restoration (uncredited)
  • Sofi Vaillant known as digital compositor (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • France 15 May 2011 (Cannes Film Festival) (premiere)
  • Russia 26 June 2011 (Moscow Film Festival)
  • Canada 20 August 2011 (Montréal World Film Festival)
  • Canada 9 September 2011 (Toronto International Film Festival)
  • France 10 September 2011 (Deauville American Film Festival)
  • Greece 14 September 2011 (Athens Film Festival)
  • Spain 23 September 2011 (Donostia-San Sebastian International Film Festival)
  • Switzerland 30 September 2011 (Zurich Film Festival)
  • France 3 October 2011 (Grand Lyon Film Festival)
  • Portugal 6 October 2011 (Festa do Cinema Frances)
  • South Korea 8 October 2011 (Pusan International Film Festival)
  • Belgium 12 October 2011
  • France 12 October 2011
  • USA 14 October 2011 (New York Film Festival)
  • USA 20 October 2011 (Santa Fe International Film Festival)
  • USA 25 October 2011 (Austin Film Festival)
  • Netherlands 4 November 2011 (Amsterdam Film Week)
  • Spain 5 November 2011 (Seville European Film Festival)
  • UK 20 November 2011 (Leeds International Film Festival)
  • USA 23 November 2011 (limited)
  • Netherlands 24 November 2011
  • Spain 25 November 2011 (Madrid)
  • Canada 30 November 2011 (Ottawa European Union Film Festival)
  • Spain 2 December 2011 (Barcelona)
  • Canada 3 December 2011 (Vancouver European Union Film Festival)
  • Italy 7 December 2011 (Milan)
  • Canada 9 December 2011 (limited)
  • Estonia 9 December 2011
  • Italy 9 December 2011
  • United Arab Emirates 11 December 2011 (Dubai International Film Festival)
  • Spain 16 December 2011
  • Greece 22 December 2011
  • Lebanon 22 December 2011
  • Singapore 22 December 2011
  • Ireland 30 December 2011
  • Lithuania 30 December 2011
  • UK 30 December 2011
  • Israel 12 January 2012
  • USA 20 January 2012
  • Germany 26 January 2012
  • Turkey 27 January 2012
  • Australia 2 February 2012
  • Portugal 2 February 2012
  • Denmark 9 February 2012
  • New Zealand 9 February 2012
  • Brazil 10 February 2012
  • Poland 10 February 2012
  • Kazakhstan 14 February 2012
  • Russia 14 February 2012
  • Argentina 16 February 2012
  • Mexico 17 February 2012
  • Colombia 22 February 2012
  • Chile 23 February 2012
  • Hong Kong 23 February 2012
  • Hungary 23 February 2012
  • Indonesia 23 February 2012
  • Peru 23 February 2012
  • Bulgaria 24 February 2012 (premiere)
  • India 24 February 2012
  • Norway 24 February 2012
  • Paraguay 24 February 2012
  • Romania 24 February 2012
  • Finland 2 March 2012
  • Serbia 5 March 2012 (Belgrade International Film Festival)
  • Armenia 6 March 2012
  • Kuwait 8 March 2012
  • Slovenia 8 March 2012
  • Sweden 9 March 2012
  • Venezuela 9 March 2012
  • Japan 7 April 2012
  • Vietnam 11 May 2012
  • Philippines 14 June 2012 (French Film Festival) (Mandaluyong)

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for a disturbing image and a crude gesture



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