Lupin the Third (Rupan sansei)

by dourface | created - 29 Apr 2014 | updated - 17 Feb 2015 | Public

Lupin III (Rupan Sansei), also written as Lupin the Third or Lupin the 3rd, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Monkey Punch. It follows the escapades of master thief Arsène Lupin III, the grandson of Arsène Lupin, the gentleman thief of Maurice Leblanc's series of novels.

The Lupin III manga, which first appeared in Weekly Manga Action on August 10, 1967, spawned a media franchise that includes numerous manga, four anime television series, five animated feature films, two live-action films, three OVAs, yearly television specials since 1989, music CDs, video games, and a musical.

Many different companies have owned the English-language distribution rights to various Lupin III properties at various times, with just the first two movies having been released by over 10 companies alone. Tokyopop acquired the license to the original manga in 2002, and later the second series in 2004. Funimation Entertainment purchased the rights to several of the television specials and films in 2002, and the fourth television series in 2012. Geneon licensed and dubbed 79 episodes of the second television series, 26 of which were broadcast on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim during 2003. Discotek Media licensed the entire first television series and the live-action film, they also own the rights to several other Lupin titles, including some previously released by other companies.

Over forty years after its creation, Lupin III remains popular, with several different manga series currently being published, yearly television specials and a fourth anime series which aired in 2012. For several years, issues relating to the copyright of Maurice Leblanc's intellectual property meant that the Lupin name was removed from its releases outside of Japan, usually changed to "Rupan" or "Wolf". However, the copyright has since expired, allowing foreign releases to use the Lupin name.

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1. Lupin the 3rd (1971–1972)

TV-PG | 23 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

The adventures of the master thief Lupin III and his cohorts as they dive into various escapades, all the while in pursuit by the tenacious Inspector Zenigata.

Stars: Yasuo Yamada, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Yukiko Nikaido, Gorô Naya

Votes: 1,641

On October 24, 1971, ytv began airing the first Lupin III television series. The series, was broadcast for 23 episodes, with the last one airing on March 26, 1972. The first seven episodes of the series, along with episodes nine and twelve, were directed by Masaaki Ōsumi, while the remaining episodes were directed jointly by Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata. Key animation direction was provided by Yasuo Ōtsuka. The music was composed by Takeo Yamashita with many songs performed by Charlie Kosei. The series received a record amount of orders from the broadcast industry and had a 9% viewing share during its original broadcast. Discotek Media licensed and released the first series on DVD in North America on June 26, 2012

2. Lupin the 3rd (1977–1980)

TV-PG | 30 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

The master thief Lupin III and his cronies continue their globe-trotting exploits, with the stubborn Inspector Zenigata ever at their trail.

Stars: Yasuo Yamada, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Gorô Naya, Makio Inoue

Votes: 1,309

The second Lupin III television series began airing on NTV on October 3, 1977. This series, was broadcast for 155 episodes, with the last one airing on October 6, 1980. Episodes 145 and 155 were written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki under the pseudonym Terekomu, and they marked his final involvement with the Lupin franchise. The music for the series was composed by Yuji Ohno. On September 3, 1979, Episode 99 was the first ever anime television episode to be broadcast in stereo. Streamline released episodes 145 and 155 of the second television series to VHS as "Lupin III's Greatest Capers". Geneon Entertainment, which was at the time was called Pioneer Entertainment, began distributing the second television series in North America in 2003. Geneon hired Phuuz Entertainment Inc. to adapt and translate the series. The first 79 episodes were released on 15 DVDs and the first 26 episodes aired numerous times on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim.

3. Lupin III: Part III (1984–1985)

30 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

The continuing adventures of the master thief Lupin III.

Stars: Yasuo Yamada, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Makio Inoue, Eiko Masuyama

Votes: 288

The third Lupin III television series, called Lupin III Part III, began airing on ytv on March 3, 1984. This series was broadcast for 50 episodes and ended on November 6, 1985. In 2009, the Southern California based United Television Broadcasting network began airing subtitled episodes from all three series on their UTBHollywood channel.

4. Lupin the Third: A Woman Called Fujiko Mine (2012)

TV-MA | 20 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

The story of how the fashionable femme fatale Fujiko Mine first met Lupin III, anime's greatest thief.

Stars: Michelle Ruff, Miyuki Sawashiro, Kan'ichi Kurita, Sonny Strait

Votes: 503

The fourth series, titled Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, aired on NTV between April 4, 2012 and June 27, 2012. The 13 episode series depicts Fujiko meeting the rest of the Lupin III cast for the first time, and was created to capture the "sensuality" present in Monkey Punch's original manga. Funimation Entertainment simulcast the series on their website and Nico Nico, with English subtitles. It was then released in Blu-ray and Blu-ray/DVD sets on August 20, 2013, including an English-language dub. Manga Entertainment released a similar set in the United Kingdom on September 16, while Hanabee will release a two-part combo set in Australasia, the first on October 16 and the second on November 20.

5. Rupan sansei: Pilot Film (1969 TV Short)

13 min | Animation, Short, Action

The grandmaster thief Lupin III and his associates devise a plan to escape from the stubborn Inspector Zenigata and the mercenary samurai Goemon Ishikawa.

Director: Masaaki Ôsumi | Stars: Shinsuke Chikaishi, Taichirô Hirokawa, Kôichi Kitamura, Kiyoshi Kobayashi

Votes: 130

Following the success of the manga series, TMS Entertainment and Toho produced a 12-minute Lupin III anime film adaptation featuring Lupin wearing a red jacket outfit. Masaaki Ōsumi directed the movie, which was made in two different versions: a CinemaScope version intended for theatrical release and a 4:3 television version. The animation for the two versions was mainly the same, but the voice cast was different, with only Kiyoshi Kobayashi and Eiko Masuyama, voicing Daisuke Jigen and Fujiko Mine respectively, in both versions. By the time the pilot was completed in 1969, because of budget concerns and a disagreement between Toho and TMS, the film was never released. Masaaki Ōsumi then moved on to direct several episodes of the first Lupin III television series. The two versions of this pilot film were later released in 1989 as a part of the Lupin III Secret Files collection.

6. Lupin the 3rd: The Mystery of Mamo (1978)

PG-13 | 102 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

While attempting to win the affections of a beautiful rival, a master thief risks death to learn the secret intentions of a wealthy and seemingly immortal, but certainly ruthless, recluse.

Directors: Sôji Yoshikawa, Yasuo Ôtsuka | Stars: Yasuo Yamada, Eiko Masuyama, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Makio Inoue

Votes: 1,092

During the broadcast run of the second television series, an animated feature film was also produced titled simply Lupin III (later known as Lupin III: Lupin vs. the Clone), which was released in Japanese theaters on December 16, 1978. The movie received four different English language dubs. The first dub, created in 1978, received experimental screenings in the United States by TMS, while the next two dubs were created for home releases and were retitled The Mystery of Mamo and Secret of Mamo. The fourth was released on DVD by Geneon in North America on July 29, 2003, under the title The Secret of Mamo. Manga Entertainment released the movie in the United Kingdom on August 4, 2008. Discotek Media released the film on DVD on February 26, 2013 and includes all four English dubs.

7. Lupin the 3rd: Castle of Cagliostro (1979)

PG-13 | 102 min | Animation, Adventure, Family

71 Metascore

A dashing thief, his gang of desperadoes and an intrepid policeman struggle to free a princess from an evil count's clutches, and learn the hidden secret to a fabulous treasure that she holds part of a key to.

Director: Hayao Miyazaki | Stars: Yasuo Yamada, Eiko Masuyama, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Makio Inoue

Votes: 23,626

Hayao Miyazaki directed the next feature film, The Castle of Cagliostro, which was released in Japanese theaters on December 15, 1979. This movie was loosely based on Maurice Leblanc's Arsène Lupin novel La Comtesse de Cagliostro ("The Countess of Cagliostro").

8. Lupin III: Legend of the Gold of Babylon (1985)

100 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Lupin squares off with two criminal families and Inspector Zenigata's new female patrol to track down a hoard of biblical-era treasure.

Directors: Seijun Suzuki, Shigetsugu Yoshida | Stars: Yasuo Yamada, Eiko Masuyama, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Makio Inoue

Votes: 498

The third film, Legend of the Gold of Babylon, was released in Japanese theaters on July 13, 1985. AnimEigo released the film in North America in 1994 under the "Rupan III" name. In 2005, Discotek Media acquired it for a DVD release, however, it was later cancelled due to NA's declining anime industry.

9. Lupin III: Farewell to Nostradamus (1995)

100 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Lupin must rescue a young girl from a mysterious doomsday cult, who wants a book of prophecies hidden by the girl's father.

Directors: Shun'ya Itô, Takeshi Shirato, Nobuo Tomizawa | Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Brice Armstrong, Laura Bailey, Dameon Clarke

Votes: 536

Ten years after Babylon was released, Die! Nostradamus entered Japanese theaters on April 22, 1995.

10. Lupin III: Dead or Alive (1996)

95 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

When Lupin heads to the kingdom of Zufu to pilfer its treasure, he incurs the wrath of its psychotic ruler General Headhunter, who places a dead-or-alive bounty on his head that many intend to collect.

Directors: Monkey Punch, Jun Kawagoe | Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Makio Inoue, Eiko Masuyama

Votes: 431

The fifth anime feature film, Dead or Alive, was directed by the creator of the series, Monkey Punch, and released in Japanese theaters on April 20, 1996. Although he was credited as chief director for the production, Monkey Punch said that he left most of the work to his assistant directors and only directed the opening and ending sequences while acting as consultant for everything else. Following the production of the movie, he stated that the process was so exhausting he would not like to direct another anime again.

11. Lupin III vs. Conan (2013)

107 min | Animation, Action, Crime

It is a cross over between the series Lupin III and Case Closed and takes place after the television special Lupin the 3rd vs Detective Conan, additionally incorporating various elements ... See full summary »

Director: Hajime Kamegaki | Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Minami Takayama, Chafûrin, Isshin Chiba

Votes: 642

In April 2013, an announcement in Weekly Shōnen Sunday magazine revealed that a Lupin the 3rd vs. Detective Conan: The Movie was in production, four years after the two series had a crossover TV special together. It was released on December 7, 2013, making it the first Lupin III theatrical feature in 17 years.

12. Lupin III: The Fuma Conspiracy (1987)

73 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Lupin and his gang are called to action when Goemon's fiancé is held hostage by a mysterious ninja clan.

Director: Masayuki Ozeki | Stars: Toshio Furukawa, Banjô Ginga, Mami Koyama, Kaneto Shiozawa

Votes: 613

The first Lupin III original video animation (OVA) was The Plot of the Fuma Clan, was shown in theatres in Japan on December 26, 1987 before being released to video on April 5, 1998. Because of budget problems, TMS decided not to employ the regular voice cast from the television series and theatrical movies; instead, they hired a different cast to save money. Yasuo Yamada, the voice actor for Lupin, had always taken pride in his role as the title character and after the voice cast replacement, he mistakenly thought that Monkey Punch had lobbied the producers for a new voice actor.

13. Lupin III: Return of Pycal (2002 Video)

50 min | Action, Animation, Comedy

30 years after "The Magician who lived".

Director: Mamoru Hamatsu | Stars: Takeshi Aono, Daisuke Egawa, Makio Inoue, Kiyoshi Kobayashi

Votes: 117

The second OVA, Return of the Magician, was released on April 3, 2002, created as a part of the 30-year anniversary of the first television series and features the return of one of the original villains of the series, the magician Pycal.

14. Lupin III: Green vs. Red (2008 Video)

80 min | Animation, Action, Comedy

Wearing his signature red jacket, Lupin aims to steal the "Ice Cube" treasure from the military organization "Nighthawks". However, another Lupin shows up dressed in the older signature ... See full summary »

Director: Shigeyuki Miya | Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Makio Inoue, Eiko Masuyama

Votes: 180

A third OVA, Green Vs. Red, was released on April 2, 2008 as part of the 40th anniversary of the manga. Discotek released Green VS. Red on May 21, 2013 in North America

15. Rupan Sansei: Rupan Ikka Seizeroi (2012)

11 min | Animation, Short

Lupin has invited all of his friends to a villa on a private island and is planning a big surprise. Fujiko, Goemon and Jigen find Lupin's behavior to be unusual. They are also curious about... See full summary »

Director: Kenji Kodama | Stars: Makio Inoue, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Kan'ichi Kurita, Eiko Masuyama

Votes: 15

The Lupin III Master File box set released in 2012 included a new short animation titled "Lupin Family Lineup" where the veteran cast of Kanichi Kurita as Lupin, Kiyoshi Kobayashi as Jigen, Makio Inoue as Goemon, Eiko Masuyama as Fujiko, and Goro Naya as Zenigata reunited for the last time, after the later three were replaced for the previous year's TV special.

16. Lupin the Third: Bye Bye, Lady Liberty (1989 TV Movie)

97 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

To erase his criminal records, Lupin must steal the Ultravirus file.

Director: Osamu Dezaki | Stars: Yasuo Yamada, Eiko Masuyama, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Makio Inoue

Votes: 250

Lupin III television special. #1

17. Lupin the 3rd: The Hemingway Papers (1990 TV Movie)

92 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Lupin is off to find the document papers of Ernest Hemingway while 2 individual armies are after the same thing.

Director: Osamu Dezaki | Stars: Yôsuke Akimoto, Jun Hasumi, Mitsuaki Hoshino, Makio Inoue

Votes: 200

Lupin III television special. #2

18. Lupin the 3rd: Napoleon's Dictionary (1991 TV Movie)

90 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Lupin attends an old school car race from Madrid to Paris, and the grand prize is Napoleon's Dictionary.

Director: Osamu Dezaki | Stars: Yôsuke Akimoto, Shô Hayami, Mitsuaki Hoshino, Michihiro Ikemizu

Votes: 157

Lupin III television special. #3

19. Lupin the 3rd: From Siberia with Love (1992 TV Movie)

88 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Lupin III along with his gang want to steal the lost treasure of the Romanov Royal family, this treasure is an immense quantity of gold hide underground in the United States behind the ... See full summary »

Director: Osamu Dezaki | Stars: Masao Imanishi, Makio Inoue, Unshô Ishizuka, Kiyoshi Kobayashi

Votes: 164

Lupin III television special. #4

20. Lupin III: Voyage to Danger (1993 TV Movie)

TV-PG | 90 min | Action, Animation

Lupin takes on a gang of arms dealers, but must deal with a new complication: Inspector Zenigata is taken off the Lupin case and replaced with a new officer who wants Lupin dead.

Director: Masaaki Ôsumi | Stars: Brice Armstrong, Dameon Clarke, Derek Garrison, Banjô Ginga

Votes: 368

Lupin III television special. #5

21. Lupin the Third: Dragon of Doom (1994 TV Movie)

90 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Chinese Kingpin Chin Chin Chu is after a dragon figurine that's a key to creating an alloy said to be greater than Goemon's Zantatsu Sword. The dragon figurine is located in the depths of ... See full summary »

Director: Masaharu Okuwaki | Stars: Brice Armstrong, Laura Bailey, Bob Carter, Banjô Ginga

Votes: 281

Lupin III television special. #6

22. Lupin III: The Pursuit of Harimao's Treasure (1995 TV Movie)

90 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Lupin scrambles to uncover a master thief's eight-billion-dollar treasure. But also on the chase is a band of German soldiers and a retired British agent.

Director: Osamu Dezaki | Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Eiko Masuyama, Gorô Naya, Kiyoshi Kobayashi

Votes: 282

Lupin III television special. #7

23. Lupin the Third: The Legend of Twilight Gemini (1996 TV Movie)

Not Rated | 92 min | Action, Adventure, Animation

Lupin comes into the possession of half a diamond containing half a map, and goes in search of the other half so that he can obtain the map's treasure.

Director: Gisaburô Sugii | Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Eiko Masuyama, Makio Inoue

Votes: 301

Lupin III television special. #8

24. Lupin III: Island of Assassins (1997 TV Movie)

PG | 93 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Lupin infiltrates the Tarantulas, an elite gang of assassins from a secret island base, over an incident from his past.

Director: Hiroyuki Yano | Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Makio Inoue, Eiko Masuyama

Votes: 299

Lupin III television special. #9

25. Lupin III: Burning Memory - Tokyo Crisis (1998)

TV-PG | 95 min | Animation, Action, Comedy

Lupin attempts to get his hands on a treasure map, but finds himself in a crisis where the future of Tokyo hangs in the balance.

Director: Toshiya Shinohara | Stars: Megumi Hayashibara, Kan'ichi Kurita, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Eiko Masuyama

Votes: 277

Lupin III television special. #10

26. Lupin III: Da Capo of Love - Fujiko's Unlucky Days (1999 TV Movie)

TV-PG | 92 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

It was a pleasant evening dinner for Fujiko and Lupin. Right until their moment together was interrupted by a series of missiles from a helicopter. The pilot is named Nazaldorf, who wants ... See full summary »

Directors: Setsuo Takase, Shin'ichi Watanabe | Stars: Shin Aomori, Troy Baker, Naoki Bando, Shigeru Chiba

Votes: 168

Lupin III television special. #11

27. Lupin III: Missed by a Dollar (2000 TV Movie)

PG | 91 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Out bid by a buck!

Director: Hideki Tonokatsu | Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Gorô Naya, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Makio Inoue

Votes: 201

Lupin III television special. #12

28. Lupin III: Alcatraz Connection (2001 TV Movie)

TV-PG | 90 min | Animation, Action, Comedy

Lupin and his friends face 7 dangerous criminals.

Director: Hideki Tonokatsu | Stars: Masaru Ikeda, Makio Inoue, Tarô Ishida, Tomoko Kawakami

Votes: 185

Lupin III television special. #13

29. Lupin III: Episode 0 - First Contact (2002 TV Movie)

TV-PG | 90 min | Animation, Action, Comedy

A news reporter interviews Jigen about how he first met Lupin.

Director: Minoru Ôhara | Stars: Masaru Ikeda, Makio Inoue, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Jûrôta Kosugi

Votes: 296

Lupin III television special. #14

30. Lupin III: Operation Return the Treasure (2003 TV Movie)

TV-PG | 90 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Lupin is given a job to return 6 treasures to their original areas for an old friend of his, so Lupin can receive an even better treasure to gain.

Director: Jun Kawagoe | Stars: Makio Inoue, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Kan'ichi Kurita, Eiko Masuyama

Votes: 183

Lupin III television special. #15

31. Lupin III: Stolen Lupin (2004 TV Movie)

91 min | Animation, Action, Comedy

A Mafia Boss assigns Lupin to steal the "Bull's Eye" gem for him. It's said to be cursed to those who try to steal it. But Lupin doesn't believe in such things and accepts the challenge.

Director: Hidehito Ueda | Stars: Takeshi Aono, Yu Asakawa, Makio Inoue, Kiyoshi Kobayashi

Votes: 141

Lupin III television special. #16

32. Lupin III: Angel Tactics (2005 TV Movie)

90 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Lupin steals an Alien Metal from Area 51 and it's the same thing the Bloody Angels want for their unknown needs.

Director: Shigeyuki Miya | Stars: Satomi Arai, Mayumi Asano, Takanobu Hozumi, Makio Inoue

Votes: 146

Lupin III television special. #17

33. Lupin III: Seven Days Rhapsody (2006 TV Movie)

90 min | Animation, Action, Comedy

Lupin is planning to rob the money being paid at a race track. But he ends up being a bodyguard for a girl name Michelle Tanner.

Director: Hajime Kamegaki | Stars: Yôsuke Akimoto, Mabuki Andô, Tesshô Genda, Makio Inoue

Votes: 107

Lupin III television special. #18

34. Lupin III: Elusiveness of the Fog (2007 TV Movie)

90 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

35 years after the encounter of Mamo Kyosuke.

Director: Toshihiko Masuda | Stars: Makio Inoue, Akira Ishida, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Kan'ichi Kurita

Votes: 121

Lupin III television special. #19

35. Lupin III: Sweet Lost Night (2008 TV Movie)

91 min | Animation, Action, Comedy

Lupin encounters a magic lamp.

Director: Tetsurô Amino | Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Makio Inoue, Eiko Masuyama

Votes: 123

Lupin III television special. #20

36. Lupin III vs. Detective Conan (2009 TV Movie)

104 min | Animation, Mystery

When a queen and prince in a hunting accident, it's up to Conan to solve the case, while in the meantime Lupin's got his eyes on the Queen's Crown.

Director: Hajime Kamegaki | Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Minami Takayama, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Wakana Yamazaki

Votes: 578

Lupin III television special.

37. Lupin III: The Last Job (2010 TV Movie)

93 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Add a Plot

Director: Tetsurô Amino | Stars: Makio Inoue, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Kan'ichi Kurita, Eiko Masuyama

Votes: 92

Lupin III television special. #21

38. Lupin the III: Blood Seal ~Eternal Mermaid~ (2011 TV Movie)

92 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

An aquamarine gemstone, the Mermaid's Scale, appears in a secret, underground auction. Lupin is coerced by the gem's owner to steal it. He quickly discovers that the stone is a forgery and ... See full summary »

Stars: Richard Epcar, Michelle Ruff, Masako Nozawa, Miyuki Sawashiro

Votes: 99

Lupin III television special. #22

39. Lupin the III: Another Page (2012 TV Movie)

92 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Lupin has become a suspect in the murder of a professor named Theo Argent. The professor had just discovered the missing page of Marco Polo's Record of Observations of the East travel ... See full summary »

Director: Hajime Kamegaki | Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Daisuke Namikawa, Miyuki Sawashiro

Votes: 74

Lupin III television special. #23

40. Lupin III: Princess of the Breeze (2013 TV Movie)

90 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

After a chaotic heist, Lupin and Jigen find themselves becoming caretakers of a baby boy, while a young sky pirate called Yutika is after their loot. Yutika is an inhabitant of the ... See full summary »

Stars: Kan'ichi Kurita, Yui Ishikawa, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Daisuke Namikawa

Votes: 83

Lupin III television special. #24

41. Lupin the Third: The Gravestone of Daisuke Jigen (2014)

51 min | Animation, Action, Crime

Lupin and Jigen face off with an assassin who has marked Jigen as his latest target.

Director: Takeshi Koike | Stars: Richard Epcar, Akio Hirose, Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Kan'ichi Kurita

Votes: 382

Spin-off from Lupin the Third: A Woman Called Fujiko Mine

42. Lupin the 3rd (2014)

133 min | Action, Adventure, Comedy

The grandson of a legendary gentleman burglar assembles a team of thieves to steal a Cleopatran necklace from two parties - an ally-turned-rival, and an underworld tycoon.

Directors: James Bobin, Ryûhei Kitamura | Stars: Shun Oguri, Jerry Yan, Tetsuji Tamayama, Gô Ayano

Votes: 1,391



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