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Once Upon a Dream Come True: Disneyland to Reopen the Castle Walkthrough | Local 681 turns up the volume | Mini MouseAdventure results, get ready for the Fall 2008 event | This and That

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Once Upon a Dream Come True: Disneyland to Reopen the Castle Walkthrough

[Editor's note: David Koenig shared the news in June (link), and now Disney has confirmed that Imagineers are working to reopen the Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough. MousePlanet's Shoshana Lewin was invited to attend a presentation at Disneyland last week and got a sneak peek at the plans for the restored attraction, and wrote about the plans, initially in her MousePlanet blog (link). The following is her report.]

by staff writer Shoshana Lewin

Once upon a time there was a beautiful castle in a magical kingdom. For 46 years, boys and girls of all ages enjoyed walking around within its walls, seeing and hearing the enchanting tale of Sleeping Beauty. But one day, evil forces put a spell on the castle, causing the story within it to sleep forever—or so we thought…

Now, after nearly seven years of slumber, Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle walkthrough will awaken this year, "sometime before the autumn leaves fall," according to Tony Baxter, senior vice president of Creative Development for Walt Disney Imagineering.

The original walkthrough opened on April 29, 1957, nearly two years before the premiere of Sleeping Beauty, with an in-park ceremony featuring Walt Disney and actress Shirley Temple.


Walt Disney walks beneath Sleeping Beauty Castle in this classic photograph. Photo © Disney.

Imagineer Ken Anderson and animation art director and color stylist Eyvind Earle created the "pop-up" storybook look of the attraction, using beautifully colored panels, forced perspective, mirrors and effects that, at that time, were unlike anything anyone had seen.

Because the film came out after the walkthrough, some story points were added into the walkthrough that weren't in the film (such as Maleficent calling the demons together at her castle) or vice versa (the walkthrough completely skipped over Briar Rose growing up in the forest and meeting the prince).

The original walkthrough used books, songs and even scents to take guests from King Stephan's palace to Maleficent's. The transition included a "meet the demons" area that turned into a logjam as guests tried to figure out how some effects were done, such as the goons looking back at you (turns out that the goons "eyes" were actually the eyes of the guests reflected in mirrors).

In 1977, the medieval style was replaced with miniature dioramas (which you can find examples of in the windows of the Emporium on Main Street, U.S.A.). Many of the effects were removed completely … although the books and sounds remained. The dark hallways continued to be a source of fright and amusement for guests. [Writers note: As a Fantasyland cast member in 1998, I was asked to close the castle for the night on a few occasions. Let me say that I don't think I've ever been so creeped out in my life as I did when walking through there alone at closing time. At one point, later in the summer, management informed us that only male CMs were allowed to close the attraction after it was revealed that some teenage boys were hiding out in the castle nooks and crannies to scare the female CMs.]


MousePlanet file photo.

The beloved Disneyland attraction closed its doors on October 7, 2001. However, no specific reason was given for the closure during a special event at the Disneyland Opera House to announce a platinum edition Blu-ray Hi-Def edition of Sleeping Beauty, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the original film, which will be released in October, 2008 (where fans of the attraction can gleam more information on its history, along with deleted scenes and songs).

Some say the walkthrough was closed because of the lack of accessibility for those in wheelchairs, some say it was because of the high cost of maintenance, some say it was because of safety (the day it closed was the day the United States began bombing Afghanistan and Disneyland was considered to be a possible target) and there are others who say it was only closed because it was needed in a MouseAdventure quest that day, and the evil creators of the game were being especially evil.

Regardless of the reason, fans of the attraction can thank Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment for generating the spark to reopen it. One of the bonus features on the two-disc DVD is a re-creation of the original walkthrough.

To make it happen, the team at Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment needed some inspiration—and they didn't have much to go off of besides an old ViewMaster scene. So they turned to Walt Disney Imagineering for the key—literally. WDI Art Director Chris Merritt and Technical Director John Gritz went to Disneyland to see what they could find to use for inspiration, but the attraction looked nothing like it did seven years earlier. However, peeling away the old paint and wallpaper revealed something remarkable: Some of the scenes and colors and effects were still there—including the goons and their mirrors, which hadn't scene the light of day in more than 30 years.

When the attraction is unveiled later this year, the "show" will return to the unique style of the original 1957 walkthrough, but add in some technical enhancements not available in the 1950s, and Merritt and Gritz are even creating some new scenes—although they are keeping mum on exactly what they plan is.


Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough closed on October 7, 2001. MousePlanet file photo.

What we do know is that one of the two stores within the castle is closing, so that guests who cannot climb stairs or navigate the tight castle passageways will be able to experience the walkthrough "virtually" in a special room, similar to the one for the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage in Tommorowland.

WDI's Doug Hartwell, who created the model of the castle that WDHE used for its virtual walkthough, took me on a tour on the morning of July 17 last week in the foyer of the opera house—and I felt a little like "Miss Disneyland Tencennial" Julie Reihm when Walt gave her a tour of the Pirates of the Caribbean models.

Hartwell, who drove the submarines in 1976, has been with WDI for 21 years. The model he created at 1/4-inch actual size is amazing. It has 12 scenes and two books at the start and finish of the attraction, in addition to a "bottomless pit echo chamber," the true love's kiss scene and the room of floating spinning wheels. It reminded me a bit of Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.


Imagineers pose with a model of Sleeping Beauty Castle. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

"The castle looks small—but there's all this space inside," Hartwell said, adding that the model will be used to create the actual attraction, and was inspired by some of the scenes on the DVD.

When it was announced at WDI that they would be undertaking the castle "awakening" it was "total excitement," Hartwell said. "You don't get opportunities like this very often. You get projects you are willing to work on, but when you get something like this … to actually be part of history—re-creating history—it's very exciting."

I think Walt would be proud with the new walkthrough, and the kiss that WDI and WDHE bestowed on the castle. It might not be song or beauty—but on Disneyland's 53rd birthday it is the perfect gift—and the perfect finish to this fairy tale.


This Main Street window advertises the 50th Anniversary edition of Sleeping Beauty, which will be released on DVD October 7, 2008. Photo by Shoshana Lewin.

And, as Fauna says at the end of Sleeping Beauty, "I just love happy endings."

One more thing: Tony Baxter offered a teaser for the future of Disneyland, proving that the possibilities are endless for what WDI can do: "[It's] a whole new galaxy. That's a hint."

Local 681 turns up the volume

Members of Local 681 staged another informational pickets last week, the morning of Disneyland's 53rd anniversary celebration, to try to raise awareness of their ongoing labor dispute with the Disneyland Resort. Union members carried picket signs and marched between the Paradise Pier and Grand Californian hotels Thursday morning, and there was one report that guests staying at the Grand Californian could hear the musicians who joined the picket line.

Mini MouseAdventure results, get ready for the Fall 2008 event

Several dozen MousePlanet readers turned out for our eighth birthday celebration on July 17 to try their skills at our Mini MouseAdventure game. If you'd like to see how well you did, here are the answers we expected:

  1. Answer: A – Edison's birthday
  2. Answer: B – 4
  3. Answer: D – Tigger
  4. Answer: C – The toy plays music
  5. Answer: D – $28.00
  6. Answer: C – $40.96
  7. Answer: A – Cookies
  8. Answer: A – Cheshire Cat
  9. Answer: C – R
  10. Answer: C – 5

Answer to final question: C – 12

We hope you enjoyed this taste of MouseAdventure, and we invite you to come out for our Fall 2008 event on November 16 at the Disneyland Resort. This event will include three different divisions, designed to accommodate new players and MouseAdventure veterans alike.

MouseAdventure Mystery

MouseAdventure Mystery is a mix of elements from our Classic and Mad Scramble formats. Teams will solve quests that - with a little detective work - help them solve "Whodunit?" This division will include quests in Disney's California Adventure. Registration is limited to 100 teams.

MouseAdventure Mystery - Advanced Division

This is the most difficult version of the Fall 2008 event, and is recommended only for returning teams. Advanced Division teams will solve quests in DCA, Disneyland and perhaps even Downtown Disney. Registration is limited to 50 teams.

MouseAdventure 101

An easier event designed for new MouseAdventure players and teams, this division will feature "the Best of MouseAdventure" quests taken from previous MouseAdventure events in Disneyland Park. Registration is limited to 75 teams.

Registration for all three divisions will open on Friday, August 15. We expect the event to sell out very quickly—past events have sold out in less than two days—so mark your calendars!

This and That
 

...We announced last week that Team MousePlanet will participate in the 2008 CHOC/Disneyland Resort Walk in the Park on Sunday, October 19. We've since learned that CHOC has lowered the registration fee from $75 to $50 per person. Registration opens Friday, August 1, and we'll post additional information as it becomes available. If you would like to walk with Team MousePlanet or would like to sponsor our team, please contact team captain Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix (e-mail).


 Current Refurbishments and Attraction Closures

Disneyland

Disney's California Adventure

  • Flik's Flyers – closed September 2-12 for refurbishment.
  • Hyperion Theater – closes September 2 for refurbishment.
  • Sun Wheel – closes September 11 for refurbishment and to install the new Mickey face.
Note: Refurbishment schedules are estimates only. All information is subject to change without notice. To get the most recent updates, call Disneyland at (714) 781-7290.

 

Come out and play with MousePlanet!

The MousePlanet crew is planning a series of social events for readers, and you're invited!

  • MousePlanet night at Mickey's Trick or Treat Party – Friday, October 3. Our second annual MousePlanet night at Mickey's Trick or Treat Party. This is one of the annual passholder discount nights, and tickets are already on sale through the AP Web site.

  • Come CHOCWalk with MousePlanet –Sunday, October 19. Join MousePlanet staff and readers for the 2008 CHOC/Disneyland Resort Walk in the Park on Sunday, October 19. If you're interested in participating please contact Team MousePlanet captain Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix (e-mail). We need a minimum of 6 walkers to form a team, and registration is $50 per walker. Team registration begins on August 1st, and additional details about how to complete the online registration to join Team MousePlanet will be published in an upcoming Disneyland Park Update.

Stay tuned for additional details and events throughout the year.

Events

If you know of any events, official or unofficial, that should be listed here, let us know.

Spring-Summer 2008

  • Disney's Summer Pin Festival 2008 - Mickey's Pin Odyssey – June 20 to August 10, 2008 (link).
  • The Disney Magic cruise ship returns to Pacific Ocean itineraries – May 25 to August 17.

August 2008

  • Pinbassador Pin Release & Signing – Sunday, August 10 (link).
  • Disneyland Half Marathon Weekend – Friday, August 29 to Sunday, August 31 (link).
  • 2008 Disneyland Half Marathon – Sunday, August 31 (link).

September 2008

  • Disney's HalloweenTime – Friday, September 26 through Sunday, November 2, 2008 (estimated dates).

October 2008

  • Mickey's Trick-or-Treat Party – October 3, 10, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30, and 31. A separate ticket costume party at Disney's California Adventure. Annual Passholder discounts are available for October 3, 16, 22, 23, 28, and 29. Standard price is $29 per ticket; Annual Passholder price is $25. Tickets purchased the day of event are $37 and all tickets for the October 31 event are at that price regardless of advance purchase. (link)
  • MousePlanet night at Mickey's Trick-or-Treat Party – Friday, October 3. Come meet some of the MousePlanet staff and your fellow readers at the first Trick or Treat party of 2008. Annual Passholders can purchase discount tickets through the Disneyland Web site.
  • 11th annual Gays Days at the Disneyland Resort (unofficial event) Friday, Oct 3 - Sunday, October 5. Event attendance will be higher at Disneyland on Saturday, DCA on Sunday (link).
  • 2008 UEA convention – October 16 & 17 (in Utah). Many Utah public schools close so teachers can attend the Utah Education Association convention, which creates a four-day weekend for the students. Expect the resort to be busy that weekend—some claim 'UEA' stands for 'Utah Escapes to Anaheim.'
  • CHOC/Disneyland Resort Walk in the Park Sunday, October 19 (link) If you're interested in walking with Team MousePlanet please contact Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix for more information (e-mail).

November 2008

  • Nevada Day (observed) – Friday, October 31 (in Nevada). This state holiday creates a three-day weekend, and many families head to the Disneyland Resort.
  • Bats Day in the Fun Park (unofficial event) – November 8 & 9. Join 5,000 goths for the annual celebration. (Link)
  • MouseAdventure – Sunday, November 16 at the Disneyland Resort. Additional information, including format, price, park and registration dates will be made available later this summer. (Link)

Current Discounts & Promotions

Several current promotions offer discounted admission to the Disneyland Resort. For your convenience, we have grouped the discount offers based on the number of days the tickets are valid. Check out the category that best matches the amount of time you plan to spend at the resort, and pick the offer that works best for you. And keep those tips coming—let us know if you find a better or different offer, so we can share it with other readers!

This first section is a list of discounts on ticket-only purchases. Though it has become more common in recent years, Disneyland tickets are rarely offered at deep discounts unless you are a resident of Southern California or Northern Mexico. For residents outside that area, the best discounts available tend to be simple advance purchase discounts.

This information is pulled from many sources but much thanks go to MouseSavers.com for providing the bulk of the information. If you know of any additional discounts, offers, promotions, or contests that should be listed in this section, drop us a line (link).

One Day, One Park Regularly $66/$56

One Day Park Hopper Regularly $91/$81

Southern California 1-Day Park Hopper - Disney is not currently offering a discounted Southern California 1-Day Park Hopper at the Web site. Southern California AAA offices and Vons Supermarkets may be selling these tickets, but call ahead to confirm. Proof of residency will be required when redeeming them at Disneyland (Vons will happily sell you the ticket voucher regardless of where you are from but you still need to be an appropriate resident to use it. If you do see these available anywhere, e-mail us to let us know.)

Two Day Park Hopper Regularly $132/$112

AOCVCB 2-Day Park Hopper Ticket ($130/$110) - The discount (from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau) is $2 off the box-office price for both adults and children. You can now print these tickets at home, though a $1 per-ticket convenience fee applies. If the $1 per ticket net savings isn't enough of an incentive to pre-purchase your tickets, think of all the time you'll save by not having to stand in line at the Disneyland Resort ticket booths (link).

Three Day Park Hopper Regularly $189/$159

Summer Fun Pass ($99) - The Disneyland Resort's latest discount is the "Summer Fun Pass," a 3-day park hopper available to Southern California residents for $99 per person ages 3 and older. This represents a savings of up to $70 per ticket over the advance-purchase price of a 3-day Park Hopper. The ticket is valid 45 days after the first use, and first use must take place between June 16 - August 30, 2008. The ticket is not valid on July 4, 2008. The ticket is available for purchase at some authorized offsite Disneyland Resort ticket outlets, including Vons, Ralphs, Albertsons, Stater Bros., and Gelson's, Disney Stores and military base MWR offices.The ticket is not available at the Disneyland Resort, so be sure to purchase your tickets before you arrive.

Advance Purchase 3-day Park Hopper Bonus Ticket ($169/$139) - A discounted price for advance purchase through the Internet or select dealers. Available at the Disneyland Web site (link) where shipping is included if you order more than 10 days prior to your travel date. Also available from AAA offices in Northern California, Nevada, and Utah (not currently listed at the AAA Web site, you may need to call your local office). Disney Stores (California), Safeway supermarkets (California and Arizona), and certain travel agents may also sell these tickets. It is best to call and confirm before visiting a location, however. "Bonus Tickets" include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday). If purchased from AAA, the tickets come with free parking at the Mickey & Friends parking garage (an $11/day value)

Advance Purchase 3-day Park Hopper Bonus Ticket ($169/$139) available through the Disneyland Web site (link). You can print these tickets at home, though the tickets from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau Web site (see below) are slightly less expensive.

2008 Southern California CityPass ($247/$199) - This pass includes a 3-Day Disneyland Resort park ticket (including one early-entry day), and single-day admission to either San Diego Zoo or San Diego Wild Animal Park, as well as SeaWorld San Diego and Universal Studios Hollywood. The CityPass expires 14 days after first use at any location. Purchase CityPass through the Disneyland Web site (link) or onsite at the ticket booths of Disneyland Resort or the other theme parks included in the pass. You can also purchase directly from the CityPass Web site (link) though this has a minimum $7.50 shipping charge (no shipping charge from the Disney Web site if purchased more than 10 days in advance).

You can also purchase the Southern California City Pass online from Costco at a cost of $217/$174 (link), 5% surcharge if not a Costco member, and shipping fees apply. Booklets may be available for sale in some stores but varies widely. If you want to buy in person it would be best to call ahead and confirm availability. If you do buy at a Costco, you will initially purchase a large plastic container that you must trade for ticket books prior to leaving Costco!

AOCVCB 3-Day Bonus Ticket ($164/$134) - The discount (from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau) is $5 off the advance purchase price for both adults and children. You can now print these tickets at home, though a $1 per-ticket convenience fee applies. If the $4 per ticket net savings isn't enough of an incentive to pre-purchase your tickets, think of all the time you'll save by not having to stand in line at the Disneyland Resort ticket booths. Tickets include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday) (link).

Four Day Park Hopper Regularly $214/$184

Advance Purchase 4-Day Park Hopper Bonus tickets ($184/$154) - A discounted price for advance purchase through the Internet or select dealers. Available at the Disneyland Web site (link) where shipping is included if you order more than 10 days prior to your travel date. Also available from AAA offices in Northern California, Nevada, and Utah (not currently listed at the AAA Web site, you may need to call your local office). Disney Stores (California), Safeway supermarkets (California and Arizona), and certain travel agents may also sell these tickets. It is best to call and confirm before visiting a location, however. "Bonus Tickets" include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday). If purchased from AAA, the tickets come with free parking at the Mickey & Friends parking garage (an $11/day value).

Advance Purchase 4-day Park Hopper Bonus Ticket ($184/$154) available through the Disneyland Web site (link). You can print these tickets at home, though the tickets from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau Web site (see below) are slightly less expensive.

AOCVCB 4-Day Bonus Ticket ($179/$149) - The discount (from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau) is $5 off the advance purchase price for both adults and children. You can now print these tickets at home, though a $1 per-ticket convenience fee applies. If the $4 per ticket net savings isn't enough of an incentive to pre-purchase your tickets, think of all the time you'll save by not having to stand in line at the Disneyland Resort ticket booths. Tickets include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday) (link).

Five Day Park Hopper Regularly $234/$204

Advance Purchase 5-Day Park Hopper Bonus tickets ($194/$164) - A discounted price for advance purchase through the Internet or select dealers. Available at the Disneyland Web site (link) where shipping is included if you order more than 10 days prior to your travel date. Also available from AAA offices in Northern California, Nevada, and Utah (not currently listed at the AAA Web site, you may need to call your local office). Disney Stores (California), Safeway supermarkets (California and Arizona), and certain travel agents may also sell these tickets. It is best to call and confirm before visiting a location, however. "Bonus Tickets" include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday). If purchased from AAA, the tickets come with free parking at the Mickey & Friends parking garage (an $11/day value).

Advance Purchase 5-day Park Hopper Bonus Ticket ($194/$164) available through the Disneyland Web site (link). You can print these tickets at home, though the tickets from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau Web site (see below) are slightly less expensive.

AOCVCB 5-Day Bonus Ticket ($189/$159) - The discount (from the Anaheim-Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau) is $5 off the advance purchase price for both adults and children. You can now print these tickets at home, though a $1 per-ticket convenience fee applies. If the $4 per ticket net savings isn't enough of an incentive to pre-purchase your tickets, think of all the time you'll save by not having to stand in line at the Disneyland Resort ticket booths. Tickets include one early admission day (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday) (link).

Hotel / Travel Packages

Costco Travel Packages - Many different travel packages including visits to Disneyland and Disneyland hotels are available through Costco.com. When purchasing a Costco Disneyland travel package, extras that will be included are: Mickey's Toontown Madness admission (currently available Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays, and Saturdays), a character breakfast per person, a $20 Disneyland Resort gift card, a collectible pin and lanyard, and a Costco luggage tag.

Disney's Resort Magic and Good Neighbor Magic Packages - Package includes accomodations one of the three resort hotels or at one of 40 Good Neighbor hotels; Souvenir Park Hopper ticket with voucher for admission to Mickey's Toontown Morning Madness, plus one Magic Morning (early entry) for three-day or longer Park Hoppers; preferred seating at four DCA attractions (Disney's Aladdin - A Musical Spectacular, Muppet*Vision 3D, It's Tough to be a Bug!, Golden Dreams); Preferred Showing of Turtle Talk with Crush (Priority Viewing at the first Turtle Talk with Crush show of the day, on any one day - one voucher per Guest); Disney Dream coin keepsake (one per package), luggage tag and lanyard with pin; a Downtown Disney Fun Card; and a "Character Call" from Mickey, Minnie, Goofy or Crush. Contact Disney Travel or your favorite travel agent.

Other Discounts

Disney Visa Free-Stroller Rental - If you have a Disney Visa card you can rent up to two strollers for free at either Disneyland or Disney's California Adventure. This offer is valid only at the Main Gate rental locations at each park.

Rainforest Cafe Safari Club - Membership in the Rainforest Cafe gets you a 10% discount on entrees for up to four people. It also gets you priority seating if available, which can make a huge difference on busy days. Additionally, after signing up, your membership card will be mailed to you and be accompanied by a $10 award good for your next visit to a Rainforest Cafe. So if you know you will be eating there while at Disneyland and have a Rainforest Cafe local to you, it may make sense to prejoin the Safari Club so that you can use the award during your trip. See the Rainforest Cafe Web site for details (link).

ESPNZone MVP Club - Membership in the MVP Club does not offer any discounts on food. However, once a member you can make an online reservation for your party up to three days in advance and will get a 25% increase in points purchased when playing games in the Sports Arena (and 40 bonus points at activation). You must register online and your membership card will then be mailed to you within two weeks. The card must then be activated at any ESPNZone by the person who signed up for the card and ID will be required (link)

AAA Restaurant Discounts - AAA (American Automobile Association) members can receive a 10% discount (excluding alcohol) at Plaza Inn, Wine Country Trattoria Ariel's Grotto, PCH Grill, and Goofy's Kitchen.

Downtown Disney Patina Restuarant Discounts - Three Downtown Disney restaurants operated by the Patina Group are currently offering lunch and/or dinner specials. Check at the restaurant for menu and price details.

Downtown Disney merchant discounts - Visit the Disney Ani-Mate Web site (link) and complete a short quiz to gain access to an interactive map where you can download and print coupons to a series of Downtown Disney shops and restaurants. The current batch of coupons all expire August 1, 2008, and significant restrictions may apply. Disneyland Resort annual passholders may receive the same or better discount, so be sure to check before you shop.


Park Schedule/Blockout Dates

DL: Disneyland

DCA: Disney's California Adventure

Annual Pass blockout dates:

  • SL - Southern California Select Annual Pass
  • SC - Southern California Annual Pass
  • DX - Deluxe Annual Pass

Disneyland Special Events:

  • MM - Magic Morning
  • TT - Toontown Morning Madness
  • Grad Nite
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Visit our Annual Passholders Blockout Dates page to see more dates. You can see future calendar schedules at Disneyland. As always, specifics are subject to change without notice (or occasionally, without us noticing) so when information conflicts between what is presented here and that presented by Disney, it is best to assume Disney's information is correct.

Visit the Park Hours section of our Disneyland Park guide for additional details about Magic Morning and Toontown Morning Madness, including available attractions.

Entertainment schedule: Go directly to the Disneyland Resort schedule for this week at Disneyland.com here.



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