I Dream of Jeannie, Season 3Closed Captioning
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The third magical season of I Dream of Jeannie is finally here! Join Jeannie (Barbara Eden) as she keeps trying to fit into the normal world and win her master Tony's (Larry Hagman) heart. This season, Jeannie turns a chimpanzee into a human, transfers her powers to Tony for a day, grants her pal Rodger a birthday wish, is assigned to train a new genie, and is accidentally hit on the head, losing her memory while visiting Tony at work. But above and beyond all else, her mischievous and jealous sister Jeannie 2 is introduced to the show! Also included is the famous 4-part episode, "Genie, Genie, Who's Got The Genie?" where Jeannie gets locked in a NASA safe headed for the moon, and Tony and Roger must rush to rescue her in time!
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoMy Master, Napoleon's Buddy||Preparing a lecture on military strategy, Tony wishes for one hour with Napoleon. Jeannie blinks them to the French court of 1803. Seeing Napoleon, Josephine and General Pichegru together, Tony feels he could change the course of history. Tony astounds Napoleon with his forecast of the future. With Jeannie's help, he warns him that Pichegru will try to assassinate him, the Russian campaign will be a disaster, and the imprisonment at St. Helena. Napoleon concludes that Tony is a Russian spy and orders his execution. When Tony is thrown into a cell, Jeannie giants to transport him home at once. Tony, however, is determined to prevent the Russian debacle and the defeat at Waterloo.||25:13||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Birds and Bees Bit||From a book, Tony learns that genies lose their powers if they marry mortals. He immediately proposes to Jeannie. Roger tells Tony he's making a mistake but agrees to be best man. When Roger warns that Tony will be out of the space program if he marries a genie, Jeannie replies she won't be a genie and summons Haji to back her up. Haji disapproves of the marriage, but shows what it will be like in a crystal ball. They see a party in Tony's house and learn. that Dr. and Mrs. Bellows like Jeannie. Roger also sees a lovely girl named Sally. Impressed by this view of Tony's perfect marriage, Roger approves and wishes he could meet Sally. Roger is horrified when Tony mentions children. He summons Haji, who reveals that when a genie weds a mortal, their children nay resemble either parent. In the crystal ball, Haji shows Tony Jr. and Jeannie Jr., both with Jeannie's powers. Dr. Bellows plans to investigate the strange happenings they cause. When Roger tries to persuade Jeannie against marrying Tony, she pops him into a dungeon. He summons Haji again, who is furious that Jeannie plans to wed without his consent. Just as Tony and Jeannie are leaving, Haji forces her to admit their children may be genies. The marriage is called off. At the dungeon to rescue Roger, Jeannie and Tony find that Haji has produced Sally to keep Roger company.||25:14||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoMy Master, The Swinging Bachelor||When Dr. Bellows invites himself and his wife to dine at Tony's, Roger and Tony know it's a trap. Tony asks Roger to bring a date too and tells Jeannie he's hired a sweet old lady to prepare the meal. Tony tries to get Jeannie out of the house but she hides in a teacup. Jeannie sees Kathryn, Tony's date, preparing a delicious Italian meal and is furious. Jeannie blinks and the meal becomes inedible. When she collapses the soufflé, Tony tells the invisible Jeannie in the kitchen that she's none too far. Dr. Bellows hears Tony apparently talking to the stove and decides to investigate. To make amends, Jeannie produces a delicious cake. Mrs. Bellows demands the recipe but Tony refuses on the ground it's an old family secret. She takes some cake home. After everyone except Tony eats the cake, they all revert to childhood. The next day, Mr. Fakeling of the National Food Bureau reports that the cake Mrs. Bellows brought to be analyzed contains an ingredient similar to a drug that restores youth. At home, trying to visualize Tony as a little boy, Jeannie blinks him into a Buster Brown outfit, just as Dr. Bellows and Fakeling arrive. Fakeling makes an enormous offer for the secret ingredient, but Tony maintains it got into the cake at the lab. Tony orders Jeannie, who never follows a recipe, to duplicate the cake. She produces one that resembles the first one, but Tony tastes it, and becomes a bearded old man. Jeannie pops out to look for her cook book.||25:13||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Mod Party||Roger invites Tony and Jeannie to a mod party for some old school chums. In a store to get mod outfits for them, Jeannie causes confusion as she changes the clothes to suit her own tastes. Then Captain Yardley reminds Tony and Roger they are expected at Dr. Bellows' annual meeting. Remembering that Bellows felt they needed more outdoor exercise, Tony tells him they are leaving on a hunting trip. Dr. Bellows accepts this, but his wife overhears that Jeannie and Tony will be at Roger's that night. She insists that her husband cut short his meeting so they can go to Roger's party, too. Roger's pals arrive and the party starts to swing. When the Bellows enter, Tony desperately begs Jeannie to produce hunting clothes. She blinks Tony and Roger into Roman togas, carrying bows and arrows. Tony explains that Roger loaned his apartment to some friends for a party. He adds that he and Roger belong to the Ancient Hunters Bow and Arrow Club but can't leave because their car broke down. Bellows drives them to a campsite in a swamp. He returns to find his wife dancing the Frug and psychoanalyzing all the guests. Taking refuge from a storm in a Roman tent, Tony and Roger think of all the fun they're missing but know they can't go back without some game. In answer, a tiny deer walks in. Leading it on a leash, they rejoin the swingers.||25:00||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoFly Me to the Moon||Roger and Tony are disappointed when they find that Sam, a chimpanzee will make the first flight to the moon. Learning this, Jeannie changes Sam into a man working around the base. When Sam jumps into Tony's arms and cries that he won't go back in the cage, Tony and Roger realize Sam is the missing chimp. To keep his human form, Sam runs away. Tony and Roger find him in a tree, determined to stay there until the capsule goes up. Even if they capture Sam, they can't change him back into a chimp. Tony tries to reach Jeannie by telepathy at the beauty parlor. When she finally phones Tony, he orders her to turn Sam back into a chimp. As the beautician distracts Jeannie, her blink goes wrong and Tony turns into a chimp. Dr. Bellows is sure that Tony is Sam. When Tony writes a message, Bellows thinks he has found the Missing Link. Roger tells Jeannie what has happened to Tony. As Sam is making a play for her, Jeannie blinks. Tony returns to human form and Sari reverts to being a chimp. In General Whitfield's presence, Dr. Bellows dictates the "Gettysburg Address" to Sam. When the monkey fills the page with meaningless scrawls, the General upbraids Dr. Bellows. Later, Tony, Roger and Dr. Bellows follow Sam's progress in space. Jeannie blinks again and they are stunned to hear Sam's human voice complaining of all the trouble they are making for him.||25:10||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoJeannie or the Tiger||When Jeannie remarks she hasn't seen her sister in 200 years, Tony tells her to phone. Instead she blinks and Jeannie II appears. Resembling her sister, she is brunette, sexy and sly. Jeannie II reports her master is 80 and has 36 wives. When she sees Tony's picture, she tricks Jeannie into her bottle and takes over. Roger arrives and she assumes he is the master. When he objects to Jeannie's imprisonment, Roger finds himself in the Arctic. Tony is puzzled by the change in his Jeannie and angry when she blinks them into a posh restaurant, ordering him to pay the check. He demands to go home, but Jeannie II blinks them from one night spot to another, ending at dawn in Brazil. At his desk two hours later, Tony falls asleep while Dr. Bellows is talking. At home Jeannie insists she likes Tony as he is, but her sister wants him to be a swinger. Tony is popped in and out of uniform, dinner clothes and polo outfits. Dr. Bellows feels he is hallucinating, especially when he can't explain his own Arab robes to Gen. Dover. He begs Tony not to mention the incident. Jeannie II tricks Jeannie again and pops Tony all over the world. Then Tony frees Jeannie from her bottle. They trick Jeannie II into it, but Roger, home from the jungle, releases her. The sisters fight, turning each other and Tony into different animals. Jeannie finally conjures up Jeannie II's ancient master. He orders her into her bottle and offers Jeanie a place in his harem, but she refuses. Roger appears and Tony assures him they are rid of Jeannie II, but neither are certain she is really gone.||24:50||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Greatest Con Artist In the World||In Honolulu, Jeannie, promising not to attract attention, attends a press conference with Tony. The reporters learn she is wearing a scarab pin worth a fortune and headline the visiting heiress. Charles, posing as his employer, Mr. Vanderhaven, the richest man the world, arrives in a Rolls driven by Eddie. He invites Jeannie and Tony to his yacht, where Vanderhaven, a hypochondriac, is holed up in his cabin. Charles schemes to get the scarab, but Eddie worries that their boss will cut them out of his will. While Tony is working, Charles takes Jeannie to Idiot's Cove, a worthless strip of beach generally underwater. He touts it as a site for Tony's beach house but refuses to sell it. Jeannie finds uncut diamonds Eddie has sprinkled around. Charles confides that gems wash up with the tide. As a favor to Tony, he swaps the land for the scarab. Sure he is now rich, Charles tells off Vanderhaven, who fires him and cuts him out of his will. Jeannie is crestfallen when Tony tells her she was taken by the world's greatest con man, but consoles her with the diamonds she got out of the deal. Jeannie pops into Charles' cabin with a suitcase full of diamonds. She reports that huge gems are coming faster than trucks can haul the away. Charles insists on swapping back the scarab for the lead. Then Eddie finds Jeannie's diamonds are chocolates. Later, Jeannie and Tony lunch with Vanderhaven, served by Charles, now forever a slave to his boss. Touching her pin, Jeannie remarks that Charles is the second greatest con artist in the world.||25:23||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoMy Turned On Master||When Tony worries about a press banquet, Jeannie offers to turn her power over to someone else for one day. He doesn't realize she has given it to him. To avoid a boring lunch, Tony pleads a mass of paper work. Dr. Bellows finds Roger and Tony buried in paper. Roger collects it, and Tony calls him a brick. Instantly Roger becomes a brick and Tony has trouble with Dr. Bellows about it. Tony orders Jeannie to turn Roger back. Roger reappears and Tony doesn't know he did it himself. Tony scolds Jeannie for the strange events. He doesn't hear her explain that he now has her power. Tony wishes for rain and Dr. Bellows, seeing it fall only on Tony, demands he explain. Tony wishes his problems on Bellows, thus switching the power to him. Jeannie thinks Tony still has the power and warns him about it.||25:09||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoMy Master, the Weakling||After exhaustive tests, Dr. Bellows orders Tony and Roger into a survival conditioning program. Comdr. Kiski starts them off on a 10 mile run, 3 hours of exercise and uphill jogs in jackets loaded with sand. Staggering home, Tony takes Jeannie dancing as he had promised but falls asleep in the nightclub. When Bellows and Kiski appear, Roger awakens Tony by knocking everything over. Amazed that Tony can still dance, Kiski declares he now will let loose. Jeannie feels sorry for the boys, but is assured Kiski will ease off. Then, despite broiling heat, they are ordered out in winter gear. After Kiski sets Tony and Roger off, Jeannie appears with a note from their mothers. As Kiski sarcastically compares her to his doting Aunt Effie, Jeannie blinks.||25:15||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoJeannie, the Hip Hippie||Tony plans a camping trip, his first vacation in years. Dr. Bellow will be on vacation the same time. Then, Mrs. Bellows decides they can't leave until she finds a replacement for a singing group she had set for a charity bazaar. Bellows tells Tony he can't leave either. Jeannie assures Tony she can provide one. She assembles a group consisting of a music store clerk, a waiter, a bill poster and a magazine subscription salesman. She whisks them into Tony's living room and blinks up musical instruments They protest they aren't musicians, and can't sing. When they try to leave, Jeannie blinks and they sound sensational. Amanda loves it and Bellows orders Tony to start his vacation. Then Jeannie tells Tony to postpone the trip because the boys have an audition.||25:14||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoEverybody's a Movie Star||Tony learns he is to appear in a film documenting a day is the life of an astronaut directed by Allen Kerr, a famous Hollywood producer. Roger gets into the act. Kerr wants to see Tony's home but Tony makes excuses that it's being redecorated. Kerr insists and Tony alerts Jeannie. She fills it with wild patterns and Tony introduces her as the decorator. The next day, Jeannie, as script clerk, times the action with an hourglass as Kerr directs. Roger spoils every scene. Kerr tells Dr. Bellows that Roger is the world's worst actor. He adds that Tony could be great in Hollywood. Overhearing, Roger thinks Kerr is talking about him and goes completely "Hollywood."||25:23||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoWho Are You Calling a Genie?||At the Space Center, Jeannie accidentally gets hit on the head. Harley Z. Pool appoints himself her lawyer and advises her not to answer any questions. Tony and Roger are barred from seeing Jeannie at the hospital. Dr. Bellows explains the she has amnesia but he's sure he's seen her before. Pool is delighted when Jeannie can't remember anything. Although he thinks she is faking, he plans to sue the government for millions. Disguised as painters, Tony, and Roger have a narrow escape when they try to reach Jeannie's room on a scaffold. Jeannie doesn't recognize them, but Tony convinces Jeannie of her powers and she blinks up a knight in armor.||25:09||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoMeet My Master's Mother||Worried about Tony's health, Tony's mother arrives to take care of him. Jeannie, hiding behind the inkwell, is stung by Mother's discovery of invisible dust. She tries to make Mother leave by blinking a door into her bed. Mother only thinks Tony remembered she used a bed board. Jeanie blinks up a noisy band and Mother dreams of a parade in Tony's honor. Tony hopes his mother wall leave if she's convinced he is getting along well. Jeannie is angry at Mother's hints that Tony needs a nice girl to take care of him. Dr. Bellows comes to visit, hoping to learn what makes Tony tick. He leaves in a hurry when Jeannie blinks up a room full of fog and Mother declares it's good for the complexion.||25:01||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoHere Comes Bootsie Nightingale||Tony and Roger are glad to help Mrs. Bellows with the Hospital Benefit Hall when they find dozens of beautiful girls will be there. Roger has always been crazy about Bootsie Nightingale, the glamorous movie star, who will be the featured attraction. Bootsie is cool to the idea until Sam, her manager, describes the great publicity when her engagement to an astronaut is announced. Sam asks Dr. Bellows to assign an escort for Bootsie and he picks Tony. To fool Jeannie, Tony describes the terrible time he'll have with Bootsie, a "broken-down old actress." Jeannie sees Bootsie and changes Tony's voice to a strange falsetto. Bootsie rejects Tony and Sam seizes on Roger as escort.||24:53||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoTony's Wife||Jeannie's sister tells her that her zodiac is under the Terrible Sign of the Jinx and she can bring only bad luck to Tony. Jeannie is convinced when Tony reports he had three accidents that day. Resolved to have Tony married before she leaves, Jeannie introduces beautiful Helen Wheeler. She feels they are a perfect pair, matched by computer. After they leave, Jeannie II pops back. She plagues Tony and Helen, making Jeannie seem responsible. Tony complains to Roger that Jeanie is dying to do away with him. Roger is unsympathetic, feeling Tony has been mean to Jeannie. Tony and Helen go picnicking and. Jeannie II makes the ground sink. Furious, Tony corks Jeannie into her bottle. He takes Helen canoeing and Jeannie II almost drowns them. At home, he is astonished to find Jeannie still corked up in her bottle.||25:15||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoJeannie and the Great Bank Robbery||To get her out of his way while he is studying, Tony tells Jeannie to go find someone who needs help. Jeannie overhears Milton and Girard saying all their friends are up the river and she offers to help them. Milton tells Jeannie to use Tony's car, drive to the bank and withdraw some money for his favorite charity. Terrified by the note Jeannie presents, the teller stuffs her bag with bills. Puzzled by the alarm, Jeannie helps the crooks escape. Tony's car is identified as the getaway car and Inspector Conway wants to take him in, but Dr. Bellows intervenes. When Jeannie tells Tony the story, her orders her to get the money and the crooks.||25:06||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoMy Son, the Genie||The chief genie sends his son Harold for a day's training with Jeannie. Harold arrives in a crash down the chimney and makes a mess trying to clean up the rubble. Tony orders Jeannie to get rid of him. At NASA, Tony gets an enthusiastic reception. Dr. Bellows announces that the president, impressed by his orbital flight, plans to congratulate him at home. After Harold, in a guard's uniform, disrupts a press conference, Tony sends Roger ahead to make sure Jeannie gets Harold out. Roger finds Harold in the living room, surrounded by a harem, with a belly, dancer going through her act. Then Tony, Dr. Bellows and Mr. Pinter, a White House aide, arrive.||25:15||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoJeannie Goes to Honolulu||When Tony invites Jeannie along to the North Pole, where it is 65 below, she decides to stay home. Delighted that his ruse worked, Tony heads for Honolulu with Roger. He meets Eleanor, whose father, Gen. Drucker, asks him to be her escort. At NASA, Jeannie learns the truth and pops up at Waikiki, where Tony is lolling with Eleanor. Unmoved by his explanation, Jeannie blinks Tony into an Arctic outfit. Dr. Bellows orders him to take it off but he can't. Jeannie relents and changes it to swim trunks when Tony explains he is on a secret mission. He tells her Eleanor is "Princess Maja," whose father controls mid east oil, and points out "Ali Mustafa," really a mild man named Peter, and "Rubulkien the Deadly," actually Don Ho, the Hawaiian entertainer. Jeannie insists on helping to foil the "kidnappers" and promises Tony will get oil. She blinks and the Bellows find Tony near an oil gusher on the beach.||24:50||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Battle of Waikiki||Tony wishes he had met King Kamehameha, who defended the Islands from invasion 200 years before. Jeannie blinks and the King, in full regalia, pops in. Tony feels the King will be impressed by the Islands' progress, but finds him dismayed by all the changes. They find him in a shop, angrily smashing plastic souvenirs, which Tony is forced to pay for. When he sees a fountain, the King thinks the rain is falling up and demonstrates a rain dance. He forces Tony and Roger to join him, where Dr. Bellows sees them. To please the King, Jeannie makes it rain. Impressed, Dr. Bellows wants to send the native fellow to Washington to show his rain making power. The King breaks loose again. After being caught in traffic, he decides to raise an army to free Hawaii.||25:16||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoGenie, Genie, Who's Got the Genie?, Pt. 1||As Tony and Roger prepare for a vacation in Rome, a packing case is delivered to NASA. Dr. Bellows tells Tony it contains a safe filled with experimental equipment, due to be sent to the moon. Then Jeannie arrives. Tony hears someone coming and orders her to disappear. She pops into the safe and is accidentally locked in. She tries to turn into smoke, but still can't get out. Tony and Roger work frantically to free her, until they find the safe will explode if anyone tampers with it. They realize they need a professional and head for the Pink Horse Bar. After some dickering, Charlie, the bartender, introduces the Professor, best safecracker in the business. Meanwhile the safe, with Jeannie inside, is moved.||25:14||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|21||Closed CaptioningVideoGenie, Genie, Who's Got the Genie?, Pt. 2||Tony thinks Jeannie is locked in a safe bound for the moon, but Roger reports it is still in the warehouse. They panic when they find it. The thieves stop trying to open it when they hear Jeannie's watch ticking. Tony and Roger go back to the Pink Horse Bar. Charley phoned NASA, sure he will be paid well for the safe's return. Thinking it on the way to the moon, Dr. Bellows feels he's a crank and tells him to blow it up. Annie, a pawnbrokers buys the safe for $10 and phones NASA. Bellows tells her to junk it. The Professor settles for Tony's $25, hoping to get the safe back from Annie, but she reports it is on the way to Harry's scrap yard.||25:00||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|22||Closed CaptioningVideoGenie, Genie, Who's Got the Genie?, Pt. 3||Jeannie refuses her wicked sister's offer to free her frog the safe in return for Tony. Jeannie II switches Tony's assignment for one in the Middle East. Tony is glad, feeling he can get help from Habib, chief of the genies, who lives in Bagdad. Jeannie panics when Dr. Bellows reports that this safe is due for another moon shot. As Tony dickers with local guides at the bazaar, Jeannie II, heavily veiled, whispers she will take him to Habib. Then she blinks him into a bird cage in the harem and tells him she will free Jeannie in a few years. One of the girls changes Tony smoke that pours out of the cage, but Jeannie II recaptures him. Dr. Bellows reports that Tony reached Bagdad, but is missing.||25:00||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|23||Closed CaptioningVideoGenie, Genie, Who's Got the Genie?, Pt. 4||After Jeannie has been in the safe for four weeks, she tells Tony that a genie locked up for a full moon belongs to the one frees her. Tony panics when Dr. Bellows reports that Dr. Wedemeyer, a demolition expert, is coming to open the safe. Tony sends Roger to delay him. Dr. Bellows assigns Roger to fly Wedemeyer. Tony buys all of Joe's ice cream and his bicycle cart. He paints the safe white, switches it for the ice cream case and persuades Joe to pedal it to his house. After a harrowing trip, Roger loses Wedemeyer, a nervous European, 100 miles away. Wedemeyer gets a lift and arrives at the blockhouse where the safe was stored. Tony convinces him it was moved to avoid an earthquake and to come to his house to open it.||25:00||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|24||Closed CaptioningVideoPlease Don't Feed the Astronauts||Roger and Tony volunteer for a food experiment at the base hospital. Jeannie thinks they're brave, until she hears of the Swedish nurses. To reduce Tony and Roger to wrecks, Comdr. Porter starts them off with a 12 flight climb and 20 laps around the water tower. Jeannie visits the starved, exhausted astronauts and whisks in a table of goodies. As she asks about the nurses, they hear a sweet voice outside. Furious, Jeannie vanishes with the food. Miss Lugosi, bearing large hypodermics, advances and the boys pass out. Porter delightedly notes their weight loss and goes for Bellows. Jeannie finds Roger and Tony too weak to stand. She blanks and Porter and Bellows find them full of pep. Porter claims it was his special vitamins and plans a real test: 5 days on Skull Island, living off the land, but Bellows warns of the mental effects of starvation.||25:24||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|25||Closed CaptioningVideoMy Master, the Ghost Breaker||James Ashley, a lawyer, informs Tony that he has inherited an English country house. Tony, Roger and Jeannie find its 300 years old and falling apart. The electricity is out and they go to bed by the light of candles, but are soon awakened by wailing and clanking chains. When a mirror shatters and Roger is rocked out of bed, Tony thinks its Jeannie. As she protests, a chandelier falls. Jeannie is sure its a ghost and Roger agrees. Then Sir Widgin Willingham arrives, announcing he bought the house from Mr. Ashley a week before. It was then in perfect condition and he asks why they wrecked it. Tony insists he owns it, but Willingham gives him 24 hours to leave. Tony realizes Ashley tried to scare him off and resolves to beat him at his own game.||25:16||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|26||Closed CaptioningVideoDivorce, Genie Style||Jeannie resents Tony's praise of Mrs. Bellows' cooking and housekeeping and wants to show she's just as good. She asks Haji, master of the genies, to take away her powers. Reluctantly he agrees -- for one week. Mrs. Bellows hears Tony discussing Jeannie, who is trying her hand at keeping house. With no magic power, everything is a mess. Tony comes home to starched pajamas, boiled steak and ruined uniforms. When Jeannie complains that Tony doesn't appreciate her, Mrs. Bellows assumes they are married. She thinks Tony is a rotten husband and resolves to help Jeannie get a divorce.||25:15||$0.99||View in iTunes|
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- Released: Sep 12, 1967
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