• Dick Whittington And His Magical Cat

Synopsis:
Dick Whittington, a simple country boy from Gloucester makes his way to London seeking his fortune accompanied by Puss his magical talking cat. But London is in the grip of a plague of rats overseen by King Rat, who has designs on becoming Mayor of London. As soon as Dick arrives in London he is met by King Rat, who warns him to leave town or face the consequences. Dick and Puss turn around to head back to Gloucester, but are stopped by Fairy Bowbelles who persuades Dick to turn back with the promise that one day he will become Mayor of London. Dick discovers that the streets of London aren’t paved with gold, as he once thought and looks for a job instead. He soon meets and falls for Alice Fitzwarren, who promises to help him gain employ at her father’s shop. Once there he meets Sally Forth, Fitzwarren’s forceful cook and Idle Jack, who also has designs on Alice. Jack discovers that Dick and Alice might soon be an item, and is easily persuaded by King Rat to help frame Dick. The deed is soon done and Dick is run out of town as a thief. The action then moves to the docks where Captain Isle Sinkham’s ship is about to depart for Morocco, taking Alice with it. Dick and Puss manage to get aboard and despite King Rat sinking the ship en-route, they all arrive safely in Morocco. King Rat is also in Morroco and looks set to finally defeat Dick. But with the help of Fairy Bowbelles and Puss his faithful cat, King Rat is defeated and Dick eventually returns to England a rich man and becomes Mayor of London as promised.

Roles:
9 principals 2 smaller roles (Sultan & Wazir in Scene 10 only) plus some cameo’s and a chorus.

Runtime:
All of our scripts have a runtime of approx 120 minutes, assuming that you use the full number of suggested musical numbers and not including any interval. But this is very dependent on your own production and can be edited by yourselves to suit.

Music:
All of our pantomimes come with a full, suggested songs and music cues and SFX list.

Style:
Traditional British pantomime, incorporating visual comedy, slapstick and audience participation.






















Characters
Alderman Fitzwarren
Alice Fitzwarren
Sally Forth
Dick Whittington
Idle Jack
Captain Sinkham
Fairy Bowbelles
King Rat
Puss

Chorus/Minor roles
Sultan of Morocco
Wazir
Gorilla
Roger Van Hornblower 
Policemen,
Royal Guards, Londoners, Islanders, Attendants, etc.


Prologue


SFX: Pyrotechnic flash.

Bowbelles enters (SR) pink spot on Bowbelles.

Bowbelles
Welcome darlings one and all, to this year’s pantomime,
I hope you will enjoy the show, and have a real good time.
I’m Bowbelles from London town, a  sprite that you can trust
I back the goodies and help them win, by sprinkling fairy dust.
So if you’re sitting comfortably, all safely gathered in,
It’s time to lift the curtain up and let our show begin.
(waves her wand and nothing happens)
That’s strange. (studies her wand) This wand was working this morning. 
It’s time to lift the curtain up and let our show begin. (repeats and nothing happens)
Oh dear, this is all rather embarrassing. 
There must be a malevolent force at work somewhere in the building.

SFX: Pyrotechnic flash.

King Rat enters (SL) lights dim, green spot on King Rat – audience boo.

King Rat
(to audience) Shut it, you chavs!

Bowbelles
King Rat!

King Rat
Yes! It is I, King Rat! Ruler of rodents! I’m the meanest rat of all.  I’ve got hordes of rats all over Britain and we’re doing really well…except in Gloucester. You see there’s a pesky cat there that’s been eating my subjects, and I’m currently on the lookout in case he comes to London. You lot haven’t seen a cat have you? (audience respond) Now let me get this clear, ‘cos you all look a bit thick to me. I don’t mean have you seen a cat ever, within your lifetime. I mean, since you’ve kindly paid your money to get in - by the way I’ve nicked that, so thanks - I mean, have you seen a cat here tonight? (audience respond) Well if he does show up, he’d better not mess with me or I’ll have him.

Bowbelles
What are you nasty vermin, doing here? 

King Rat
I heard that London was electing a new Lord Mayor. And I thought that maybe I could ‘persuade’ the stupid Londoners, to make me their next Mayor. 

Bowbelles
No one would vote for a lying, cheating, nasty, greedy self-centred person like you.

King Rat
Why not? I have all the attributes of a modern politician. Anyway, I don’t need anybody’s vote. 

Bowbelles
What do you mean?

King Rat
I intend to use my army of rats to take London, by force. Then I’ll pass lots of laws to give rats a life of luxury, and make humans our slaves…forever!  (laughs) Move over, Boris Johnson…(or current Mayor)…here I come! (exits SL laughing)

Bowbelles
London needs a hero to save the day, 
I’d better go and find one, right away. (exits SR)

Dick and Puss enter (SL) Puss carries a suitcase with Dick’s name written on the side in one hand, and Dick carries a pack on a pole over his shoulder.

Puss
Are we there yet?

Dick
No Puss, London’s still miles away.

Puss
Beats me why we’re going there in the first place.

Dick
I’m going there to seek my fortune. (slaps thigh)

Puss
What makes you think you’ll find employment in London?

Dick
I‘m not after getting a job, Puss.

Puss
Well if you think I’m sleeping on the streets, you can forget it. I’m a house-trained Puss, and I like my home comforts. And what are you going to do for money?

Dick
Don’t worry Puss, the streets of London are paved with gold. 

Puss
What idiot told you that?

Dick
It’s general knowledge, Puss. Now let’s get to London and claim our share.

Puss
Very well master, but I’ll believe it when I see it.

Both exit (SR)

Blackout - cloth/tabs out - lights up.


Scene One

Old London Town


Curtains open on a busy street-market scene, set in front of a backdrop of old London with St Paul’s Cathedral in the centre. Fitzwarren’s shop front is (USR) and a pub with a sign reading ‘The Old Vic’ is (USL) Stalls are set on stage and a Chorus of Shoppers move between them. Music cue 1: Alice & Shoppers. After song ends…

Alice
(finishes talking to a Stallholder and they both laugh as she walks away. Notices audience) Oh, hello! I’m Alice Fitzwarren! How do you do? Welcome to London town. I love it here you know.  Every day is so exciting, and you never know what’s just around the corner. 

Chorus 1
(to audience) But it’s usually a rat.

Alice
Well I will admit that London does have a bit of a rat problem. 

Chorus 2
(incredulous) A ‘bit’ of a problem? 

Chorus 3
We’re overrun with them!

Fitzwarren enters (DSR)

Fitzwarren
Good morning everyone!

Chorus
Good morning, Alderman Fitzwarren!

Alice
Good morning father.

Fitzwarren
Good morning Alice.

Music cue 2: Rats run on (SL) and chase Chorus off (SR) screaming.

Alice
It’s about time someone did something about London’s rat problem, father. 

Fitzwarren
I agree Alice. Let’s just hope that the new Lord Mayor sorts it out. Now have you been getting organised, ready for our trip to Morocco tomorrow?

Alice
Yes, father.

Fitzwarren
Good. And have you seen Sally this morning?

Alice
I think I saw her in the kitchen earlier. I’ll just go and find her for you. (exits USR)

Fitzwarren
(to audience) Oh, hello. I’m Alderman Fitzwarren and…(pointing)…that’s my shop just there. And it’s stocked with all kinds of exotic goods. I travel the world to find them, and I’m about to embark on a trip to Morocco to bring back several barrels of dates. (wistful) I wouldn’t mind a date myself actually. You see I lost my wife five years ago. (audience ‘aaah’) No she isn’t dead. She just ran off with someone younger, richer and more handsome. Personally, I can’t see what she saw in him. But at least I still have my beautiful daughter Alice, for comfort.

Music cue 3: Sally enters (SL)

Sally
(to audience) Hello everybody! At last a bit of class has arrived! 

Fitzwarren
(looking past her) Where?

Sally
It’s me, you silly Alderman! Honestly, not many employers can boast that they have the best cook in London. 

Fitzwarren
I know. (aside to audience) And I’m one of them. 

Sally
Well, aren’t you going to introduce me to this lot…(indicates audience)…then? 

Fitzwarren
Oh, very well. (to audience) This is Sally Forth, my cook. Although I use the term ‘cook’ advisedly.

Sally
Well, ‘celebrity chef’ would be more in keeping with my culinary standing.

Fitzwarren
(to audience) Most people stand well back when she’s cooking. (to Sally) I’m just off inside to check on things, Sally. (waves to audience) Cheerio! (exits into shop)

Sally
(calling after him) And cheerio to you too! (to audience) Hello boys and girls! (audience respond) I said, ‘hello boys and girls’! (audience respond) That’s better. Now I like to make things nice and friendly around here. So every time I come on and shout ‘hello boys and girls’. I want you to all shout back ‘hello Sally’! Will you do that for me? (audience respond) Fantastic! Let’s try it shall we. (exits and re-enters until satisfied) That was wonderful! Now who would like a boiled sweet? (audience respond) Oh, quite a lot of you. Well I’m afraid I only have the one, so you’ll just have to share. (produces a sweet and gives it to a person on the front row) There you are, dear. Just give it a suck and then pass it on.  Well I’d love to chat some more, but I have to go and get thAlderman’s breakfast ready. I’m doing him cornflakes in ketchup, followed by bacon and banana omelette. I’ve also got a turkey to get in the oven. I’ve got it plucked and stuffed, and now it just needs killing. Bye then, see you all later! (exits into shop)
    
Dick enters (SR) with Puss. 

Dick
London at last, Puss! It seems like we only left Gloucester five minutes ago, and we’re here already. 

Puss
(dryly) We must have encountered some sort of time-warp, on the way. It’s just as well though, ‘cos my poor paws are red-raw, and this suitcase weighs a ton.

Dick
My feet are killing me also, Puss. I have blisters on my blisters. But it’ll all be worth it, now that we’ve reached the town where the streets are paved with gold.

Puss
So you keep saying. Personally, I can’t help thinking that you’re deluding yourself.

Dick
Then let’s ask the boys and girls what they think. (to audience) Do you believe the streets of London are paved with gold, boys and girls? (audience respond) 

Puss
You see? They don’t believe in something as ridiculous as that either.

Dick
I don’t see why not. They seem quite happy to believe in a talking cat.

Puss
And why shouldn’t they? Humans are always talking to their pets, so we’re bound to pick it up eventually. (preens) Well, the clever ones amongst us anyway.

Dick
Well if they can believe in talking cats, they can believe in streets paved with gold. 

Music cue 4: King Rat enters (SL)

King Rat
(to audience) Shaddup you lot! (pointing around the audience) I hate you! And you! And you! But most of all, I hate…(turns to Dick)…you!

Dick
(shocked) Me! But I don’t even know you!

King Rat
Then allow me to introduce myself. (dramatically) I, am King Rat! 

Dick 
King Rat?

King Rat
That’s what I just said, cloth-ears! My rat subjects are everywhere. In the dustbins, under the floorboards, in the drains. We’re even in the kitchens here at…(current theatre) So I wouldn’t eat anything that looks like it contains raisins if I were you.

Dick
Thanks for the warning. But why do you hate me when we’ve never met before?

King Rat
Because you have a cat, and I hate cats and anyone who owns them. (pointing at Puss) And yours is a particularly mangy specimen.

Puss
How dare you! I lick myself from tip to toe every morning.

King Rat
(to audience) And they call us rats, ‘disgusting’.

Dick
You want to watch it, you know. Puss here is the best rat-catcher in the business, and he could gobble you up in a flash.

King Rat
(sarcastically) Oh, meow. I’m really scared. Look, my knees are knocking. I’d advise you to head back to the sticks, and take your smelly cat with you. Before I destroy you both! (laughs and exits SL)

Dick
(picking up his case) That’s it Puss, we’re heading back to Gloucester.

Puss
Suits me.  I never wanted to come here in the first place.

They go to exit (SR)

Music cue 5: Bowbelles enters (SR) and Dick and Puss halt in their tracks.

Bowbelles
Stop right there, Dick Whittington!

Dick
How did you know my name?

Bowbelles
(pointing to his suitcase) It says so on your luggage.

Dick
Oh, yeah. So who are you then?

Bowbelles
I’m Fairy Bowbelles, and I’m here to help you realise your dream.

Dick
You’re going to help me win the lottery?

Bowbelles
No Dick, I’m going to help you become Lord Mayor.

Dick
Of Gloucester? Great!

Bowbelles
No dick, London.

Dick
Even better! Will I get to wear one of those funny hats?

Puss
I think it’s part of the job, master.

Dick
Fair enough. But how can I become Mayor of London? I’m just a poor country boy.

Bowbelles
Don’t put yourself down, Dick. We live an era of equal opportunities. Besides, I can work a little fairy magic if necessary. (cocks an ear) Listen! Can you hear that?

Dick
(listens) I can’t hear a thing.

Puss
Me neither. And everybody knows that cats hear everything.

Bowbelles
(pulls Dick’s ear) Listen harder.

Dick
Owah!

SFX: Bells chime.

Bowbelles
Now can you hear it?

Dick
Oh yeah, I can hear it now. What is it?

Bowbelles
It’s the sound of Bow Bells. They’re saying, ‘turn again Dick Whittington, turn again’.

Dick 
Are they? All I can hear is, ‘bing-bong, bing-bong’. 

Bowbelles
Look, just take my word for it will you. They’re definitely saying, ‘turn again Dick Whittington’.

Dick
And if I do, I’ll definitely become Lord Mayor of London?

Bowbelles
Cross my heart and hope to fly. (giggles) Just a little fairy joke there.

Dick
All right then, I’ll stay.

Bowbelles
You won’t regret it Dick, believe me. I’ll catch you later then. (exits SR)

Puss
So aren’t we going back to Gloucester now?

Dick
No Puss, we’re going to stay right here in London.

Puss
(to audience) It’s amazing what a whiff of power does to some people, isn’t it?

Dick
I’ve heard that there are lots of juicy rats in London’s sewers, Puss.

Puss
Well I hope it wasn’t from the same person, who told you that the streets were paved with gold. 

Dick
Even if they’re not, London is still a wonderful place. The sights, the sounds…

Puss
...The smells. (holds his nose)

Dick
All the women are so cheerful, with their cries of ‘how about it dearie’! And the men are so keen to carry my pack, I have to keep running after them and snatching it back. And don’t forget what that fairy said. One day I’ll be Lord Mayor of London.

Puss
Yes, well you’ll have to get elected first. I’ll just ask the audience what they think. (to audience) Who thinks Dick will become Lord Mayor of London? (audience respond)

Dick
You see? Even they think I will. 

Puss
(to audience) Have some of you seen this panto before?

Dick
But while I’m waiting to become Mayor, I’m going to need a proper job to keep us in food and lodgings. (looks around) I wonder if The Queen Vic needs any bar staff.

Puss
I wouldn’t advise working there, master.

Dick
Why not?

Puss
Well in the latest storyline, they discover one of the new bar staff drowned in a barrel of best bitter. And I know you don’t like bitter.

Dick
That’s true. I’ll forget that then. 

Puss
Very wise, master.

Alice enters (SR)

Dick
(spots Alice) Look at that girl over there, Puss! Gosh she’s beautiful. In fact, I think I’m in love.

Puss
That’s a bit quick isn’t it?

Dick
This is panto, Puss. We haven’t got time for long courtships.

Puss
Fair do’s. Why don’t you go and talk to her, then?

Dick
I can’t do that!

Puss
Why not? Cat got your tongue? (laughs to audience) ‘Cat got your tongue’? Oh, please yourselves.

Dick
I can’t talk to her, because she looks like a rich lady and I’m just a poor country boy.

Puss
You humans really ought to sort out your class hang-ups. Us cats don’t stand on ceremony when it comes to wooing the opposite sex.

Dick
I know. I hear them every night outside my bedroom window.

Alice
(crosses to Dick) Hello! You’re new here aren’t you?

Dick
Yes. How did you guess?

Alice
(pointing) Well that London Tourist Guide sticking out from your top pocket, is a bit of a giveaway. (looking at Puss) Your cat is very sweet.

Dick
(sighs) And so are you.

Alice
Thank you. I’m Alice, by the way. Alice Fitzwarren.

Dick
Pleased to meet you Alice. I’m Dick Whittington. (indicating Puss) And this is Puss.

Alice
(to Puss) Hello Puss. (to Dick) Can I stroke him?

Dick
Yes, if you like.

Alice
(strokes Puss) My, what lovely soft fur you have.

Puss
Yes, well don’t crease it dear. It took me hours to lick it into shape.

Alice
(steps back amazed) Goodness! You can talk!

Puss
Well I’d be a pretty dull cat if I didn’t.

Alice
I’m sorry, I didn’t mean any offence. It’s just that I’ve never heard a cat talk before.

Puss
Well I’m not like other cats. I’m a one-off.  

Dick
Puss here was the best rat-catcher in Gloucester. Isn’t that so, Puss?

Puss
(false modesty) Well I don’t like to brag, master. 

Dick
(to Alice) Wiped them all out he did…every last one. 

Alice
(to Puss) We could do with you doing that here, Puss. London is overrun with rats. 

Puss
Yes, well I’ll think about it. (to audience) It’s a tough life being a celebrity, you know. The request for paw prints, the awards ceremonies. The paparazzi following me everywhere. 

Alice
(to Dick) So where are you both staying?

Dick
Nowhere as yet. We’ve only just arrived in London and I need to find myself a job first. Do you know where I can find one?

Alice
Well my father might give you a job in his shop…(indicates the shop)…here, if I put in a good word for you.

Dick
Would you do that for me?

Alice
Of course I will Dick.

Dick
That’s very kind of you Alice.

Alice
Would you like me to show you around London, first?

Dick
I’d like that, thank you. (to Puss) Let’s go Puss.

Puss
You go ahead master. I’ll just check out the local feline talent, and catch you later.

Dick
Okay Puss.

Puss exits (SL)

Alice
This way, Dick.

They exit (SR)

Sally enters from the shop followed by Fitzwarren, who is holding his tummy.

Sally
(to audience) Hello boys and girls! (audience respond) That was wonderful!

Fitzwarren
Which is more than can be said for your cooking.

Sally
Didn’t you like your breakfast then?

Fitzwarren
No, I did not! Whoever heard of cornflakes in ketchup? Why can’t you do some plain food for a change?

Sally
Listen mate. I’m a creative cook, I am. If you wanted someone to do boring food, you should’ve employed Mary Berry.

Fitzwarren
Well it might’ve been cheaper than spending a fortune on indigestion tablets. So what are we having for dinner then?

Sally
Liver in custard, followed by jam roly-poly in beef gravy.

Fitzwarren covers his mouth and rushes off.

SFX: Loud ding.

Sally
(to audience) Excuse me, I must go and check on my chocolate mousse. It’s made with real moose you know. Bye! (exits into shop)

Londoners enter (SR) and wander across the stage. 

Music cue 6: King Rat enters (SL) and chases Londoners around stage, before they exit in a panic.

King Rat
(shouts) And that’s just a taste of what’s in store for you! (to audience) So, Dick Whittington has decided to ignore my warning about leaving London, with his smelly cat. Well, he’s going to regret his decision. I will enjoy destroying them both, as well as terrorising the whole of London with my rats. (calls) Enter my subjects!

Music cue 7: Rats enter from the back of the auditorium and make their way to the stage, taunting the audience as they go. King Rat can move to one side or join in the following routine. Music cue 8: Rats. After song ends…

King Rat
(to audience) Aren’t they sweet? (audience respond) Oh yes, they are! (the usual routine - until…) Don’t worry, you’ll soon learn to love them. Ha-ha-ha! (to Rats) Come my darlings! (exits SL with the Rats)

Music cue 9: Bowbelles enters (SR)

Bowbelles
Dick is in London and he’s here to stay,
And King Rat won’t get his evil way.
Now this is where it gets really exciting,
With lots of suspense and a little fighting.
King Rat and his vermin belong in the bins,
And I’ll make sure that our hero wins. (exits)

Lights dim to blackout - cloth/tabs in - lights up.


Scene Two

Money Lending


Sally enters (SR) singing. 

Sally
#There was a soldier a Scottish soldier. Oh how his kilt would sway, it took my breath away…# (to audience) I love that song. It reminds me of a highland fling I once had.

Fitzwarren enters (SL) calling.

Fitzwarren
Alice! Alice! (to Sally) Ah, there you are Sally. Have you seen Alice about?

Sally
Not recently, no.

Fitzwarren
Well I’m sure she’ll turn up soon. Now don’t forget. Tea at six o’clock sharp. (goes to exit)

Sally    
(pulls him back) Hold your horses. There’s still the little matter of my wages.

Fitzwarren
I’m sorry Sally, but until this Morocco trip is concluded I’m stony broke. I say, you couldn’t lend me fifteen pounds could you?

Sally
This isn’t some sort of trick is it? Only I’ve been caught out before you know. 

Fitzwarren
Well I’d hardly swindle my own cook, now would I?

Sally
I suppose not. (takes out three fivers) Here you are then. (counts them into his hand) Five, ten, fifteen pounds. 

Fitzwarren
Thank you. Now that’s fifteen pounds I owe you.  

Sally
(realises) Oh, hang on. Now I’ve lent you all my money, I’ve none left for myself.

Fitzwarren
Well I can probably manage on a tenner. Here, let me lend you five pounds. (hands her a fiver) So that’s ten pounds I owe you and five pounds you owe me…right? 

Sally
Right. (unsure) I think.

Fitzwarren
So if I give you the ten pounds I owe you. (gives her two fivers) And you give me the five pounds you owe me. (takes back a fiver) That makes us straight, right?

Sally
(scratching her head) No, that still doesn’t seem right.

Fitzwarren
(turns) Of course it is. Look, I’ll be you and you be me. (they change sides and he takes the three fivers) Right, now ask me to lend you fifteen pounds.

Sally
Very well. Will you lend me fifteen pounds?

Fitzwarren
Certainly. (counts the notes into her hands) Five, ten, fifteen. Now that’s fifteen pounds you owe me. (realises) Oh, but now that means I’ve none left for myself.

Sally
In that case, I’ll lend you five pounds. (gives him a fiver)

Fitzwarren
Thank you. So now I owe you five pounds and you owe me ten pounds, right? So if I give you the five pounds I owe you…(hands her a fiver)…and you give me the ten pounds you owe me. (takes two fivers off her) That makes us straight. 

Sally
(working it out) No it doesn’t!

Fitzwarren
I know what’s confusing you. You’re on the wrong side. (they change sides and he takes the three fivers) Now ask me to lend you fifteen pounds.

Sally
Please will you lend me fifteen pounds?

Fitzwarren
Certainly. (counts the notes into her hands) Five, ten, fifteen. Now’ that’s fifteen pounds you owe me, right?

Sally
Right.

Fitzwarren
Are you sure?

Sally
Yes, I’m sure.

Fitzwarren
Right then, I’ll take it all at once. (takes the money from her and exits USR)

Sally
(thinks for a second, then realises) Hey! (exits after him)

Dick and Alice enter (SL)

Dick
Gosh, Alice. London is such an exciting place.

Alice
And that’s only a fraction of it. Tomorrow I’ll take you to see Piccadilly Circus.

Dick
Fantastic! I love the big top. 

Alice
It’s not that kind of circus, Dick. 

Dick
Never mind, I’m sure it’ll be just as exciting.

Sally runs on (DSR) 

Sally
(to audience) Hello boys and girls! (audience respond and she looks around) 

Alice
Are you looking for someone, Sally?

Sally
Only your no-good, double-dealing twister of a father! No offence, dear.

Alice
What do you want him for?

Sally
I think he might have diddled me earlier. (notices Dick) And who’s this then? 

Alice
(introducing him) This is Dick. (to Dick) Dick, this is Sally, our cook.

Dick
(to Sally) How do you do, Sally? I’m from Gloucester. 

Sally
Well I don’t think anyone will hold that against you. (aside to Alice) He’s very handsome isn’t he? (to Dick) You wouldn’t happen to have an older brother, do you?

Dick
No, I’m an only child.

Sally
Well I hope you’re not thinking of courting this young lady. 

Dick
(taken aback) Well I…

Sally
‘Cos if you are, you can forget it. Her father has high hopes for her. She can’t go throwing her life away on some poor country-boy. Even one as handsome as you. (taking his arm) I on the other hand, have much lower aspirations. 

Dick
(removing her arm) And mine aren’t that low.

Sally
Suit yourself dear, it’s your loss. (to Alice) Come along Alice. You can help me find your father. (unceremoniously drags Alice off USR)

Dick
Sally’s right. I’ll never be good enough for someone like Alice. But I still need a job, and Alice did say she’d put in a good word for me. I’ll see if I can find Puss, and call back to her father’s shop later (exits SL)

Music cue 10: Bowbelles enters (SR)

Bowbelles
For a moment there, romance was pending,
And all seemed set for a happy ending.
I’m going to have to intervene,
And work my magic behind the scene.
I’ll help our hero prosper and thrive,
By getting him a nine to five. (waves her wand Music cue 11: and exits)


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