Forty-one years ago Monday, Heartbreaker enters its sixth of nine weeks at No. 1 on the country album charts; it reaches No. 27 pop. That same day, the single “Heartbreaker” enters its last of three weeks at No. 1 on the country singles chart (Dolly's ninth), and would reach No. 37 pop. Sixteen years ago Monday, the tribute album Just Because I'm A Woman: Songs Of Dolly Parton is released. Fifteen years ago Monday, the “Hello I'm Dolly” Tour kicks off in Greenville, S.C. Forty-two years ago Tuesday, “Here You Come Again” debuts on both the country and pop singles charts; it would reach No. 1 country (a position it holds for five consecutive weeks, Dolly's longest stay atop the singles chart), No. 3 pop and No. 2 adult contemporary and become her first gold single for selling more than 1 million copies. Thirty-six years ago Tuesday, “Islands In The Stream” enters its first of four weeks at No. 1 on the adult contemporary chart. Twenty-five years ago Tuesday, Heartsongs: Live from Home debuts on the album charts; it would reach No. 16 country, No. 87 pop. That same day, the novelty song single “PMS Blues” from the CD debuts on the country singles chart; it peaks at No. 70. Fifty-two years ago Wednesday, Dolly is hired for The Porter Wagoner Show. Thirty-seven years ago Wednesday, Dolly's second version of “I Will Always Love You” reaches the No. 1 spot on the country charts eight years after her first did the same and 10 years before Whitney Houston's pop smash version; Dolly's peaks at No. 53 on the pop charts. That same day, her Greatest Hits album debuts on the charts; it would reach No. 7 country and No. 77 pop, sell more than 1 million copies to be certified platinum and remain on the country charts for 96 weeks. Fifty-one years ago Friday, Porter & Dolly pick up their first CMA Group of the Year Award (when the Vocal Duo award is created two years later, they would win it two years in a row). Fifty years ago Friday, “My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy” debuts on the country charts; it would reach only No. 45. Thirty-six years ago Friday, Kenny & Dolly's “Islands in the Stream” is certified gold, or more than 1 million copies sold; it would become the year's biggest-selling single two months later with more than an additional 1 million copies sold for platinum status. Twenty-eight years ago Saturday, “Eagle When She Flies” debuts on the country singles chart; it would peak at No. 33.
U.K., Oct. 14 edition:
The Complete Trio Collection No. 1 country compilation (no change; 161st week; peaked at No. 1 for 33 weeks)
Upcoming television appearances
(All times Eastern unless noted)
Oct. 19, 6 a.m., GET TV, Dolly: Freddy Fender
Oct. 20, 10 p.m., GET TV, Dolly: Tom T. Hall
Nov. 10, 9 p.m., AXS, A Life On The Road with Brian Johnson: Dolly Parton
Nov. 13, 8 p.m., ABC, 53rd Annual Country Music Association Awards
'Still Working 9 to 5' Formally Announced Although you've read little tidbits here and there about the upcoming documentary Still Working 9 To 5 here over the past few months, filmmakers Larry and Gary Lane on Monday made the official announcement of the project, releasing a trailer here or in the media player below, and starting a Kickstarter campaign to finish the film here with lots of goodies for donors, including items shown at left. Grammy-winning songwriter Shane Mcanally has signed on to score the film, and interviews include the stars of the film, television series that followed and Broadway and West End musical adaptations as well as leaders in the labor industry who look at the origins of the movie and what has changed – and what has not changed – 40 years later for women in the workplace.
Labor Anthem Or Marxist Manifesto, '9 To 5' AJ+, an online component of the Al Jazeera news network, recently released an analysis piece looking at the “radical politics” of Dolly's song “9 To 5” and the concept album she recorded around it in 1980. Watch it on YouTube here or in the media player below.
Overseas Chart Updates The Complete Trio Collection Deluxe by Dolly, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt holds onto the No. 1 spot on the British country compilation albums chart in its 161st chart week, it was revealed Friday. Also on the U.K. country compilation albums chart, Harris's Original Album Series: Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony by Dolly and Ronstadt) adds two to No. 10, while Harris' Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) moves up four spots to No. 13 and Ronstadt's Original Album Series (featuring one Dolly cover and one track with Dolly harmony) falls two to No. 11. Down Under, the "gold series" re-issue of The Very Best Of Dolly Parton (Australian Tour Edition) gains six to No. 30 in its 421st chart week on the Australian country albums chart since its original 2007 release, it was revealed Saturday.
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Oct. 11: NBC To Air Dolly's Opry Anniversary As Special NBC on Thursday announced that it will tape and air Dolly's 50th anniversary celebration at the Grand Ole Opry this weekend for airing as the network's first special program of the holiday season next month. Dolly Parton: 50 Years At The Grand Ole Opry will air 9 p.m.-11 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday, Nov. 26, to kick off NBC's "Oh What Fun" slate of holiday programming. The two-hour special will feature interviews as well as performances by Dolly, Dierks Bentley, Emmylou Harris, Chris Janson, Toby Keith, Lady Antebellum, Margo Price, Hank Williams Jr. and more, which suggests it will feature taping from both Friday and Saturday's performances. "I'm so thrilled to be celebrating my 50-year anniversary with the Grand Ole Opry," Dolly said in a press release. "I'm also excited that NBC wanted to share in this milestone with me. Together we hope to entertain a broader audience on what the Grand Ole Opry is and what it means to me. We have some special treats, surprises and Great Performances by some very talented artists and I'm looking so forward to sharing it with you." In related news, WSM has announced it will repeat the two-hour special Dolly By The Decades at 3 p.m. Central Saturday over the air as well as online here or on the WSM app. Of course, you may listen to Saturday's Opry show live on WSM's website and app as well.
San Francisco Celebrates Dolly This Weekend Music City isn't the only place celebrating Dolly this weekend, as the annual El Rio birthday party and Dolly Hoot is scheduled for 2 p.m.- 8 p.m. Saturday in San Francisco. Check out the Facebook event page here.
Oct. 10: You're A Litigious One, Charlie Brown Creators of A Charlie Brown Christmas on Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit against Dolly's theme park seeking upwards of hundreds of millions of dollars in potential damages for use of the holiday song "Christmas Time Is Here." Dollywood has apparently used the song in its holiday stage production Twas The Night Before Christmas during the annual Smoky Mountain Christmas Festival since at least 2007. Although the park had a blanket performance license from music publishing representatives BMI which allowed the broadcast of the recorded version of the song on the park grounds and live performance in concerts, the plaintiffs, Lee Mendelson Film Productions Inc., which represents songwriters Mendelson and Vince Guaraldi and their publishing rights, allege that the park neglected to obtain a separate dramatic use license which allows for the song to be included in a dramatic play presentation. They claim in the suit they notified the park of their complaint in September and that the park responded by pulling the song from the 2018 Christmas festival and had expressed interest in seeking a license to use it going forward but had not pursued it. Therefore, with no agreement to use it going forward, the company appears to have decided to sue to ensure it is not used in the future and to seek damages for all past use. The suit seeks a trial to determine what profits the park generated as a result of the use of the song and that all of those profits be turned over to them, or alternately the maximum statutory damage of $150,000 per performance without a license, plus attorney's fees. Given the number of years the show was performed and the number of times a day it is performed, the per-performance calculation could easily top $300 million if the park were to lose the suit and the maximum penalty assessed. If the court were to find there was infringement but it was not willful, that is that the park did not intentionally violate any copyrights and thought that its existing license included the use, per-performance damages would between $1.5 million and $60 million. Deciding whether a performance constitutes a live performance covered by the blanket license or a dramatic performance not covered by the license can be subjective and often has to be determined by a court in cases such as these. Several media outlets covered the lawsuit and sought comment from the park, which declined to speak about pending litigation.
'Elle' Names Dolly Among '2019 Women In Hollywood' Elle magazine on Wednesday revealed Dolly is among its 2019 class of the Women of Hollywood being profiled in the November issue hitting newsstands Oct. 22. They posted her interview and new stunning photos online here. Among the tidbits were confirmation of the previously-reported Netflix premiere date of Nov. 22 for Heartstrings, that as part of her deal to develop new commercial merchandise she plans to include a new wig line, and that she had, in fact, been invited to record a new remix of "Old Town Road" but decided against it, explaining: "it had done so well with so many people. I thought, 'Well, I'll wait and do something later on. No point in going down that same Old Town Road. We got other roads to travel.'"
Jimmy Carter Still Loves Dolly President Jimmy Carter was recently interviewed about several subjects and was asked about his taste in music. WBIR reports here that he likes country music and specifically mentioned that Dolly, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have been good friends of his for years and are among his favorites to hear sing.
Oct. 9: Dolly Opry Week Opens Dolly Week at the Opry kicked off Tuesday night with a tribute show featuring John Conlee, Stephanie Quayle, Jeannie Seely, The Isaacs, Ashley Campbell, Suzy Bogguss and Dustin Lynch. Earlier in the day, the Opry announced via Twitter that WSM radio (available here or on the WSM app) will air a two-hour special, Dolly By The Decades, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday to highlight her life, music, and career. Wednesday's show features new additions Riders in the Sky, Smithfield and The Whites in addition to the previously-announced Stephanie Urbina Jones, Del McCoury Band, Don Schlitz, Sam Williams and Sara Evans. The additional acts to join the ones previously announced for Thursday, Friday and Dolly's Saturday shows had not been revealed yet as of press time Tuesday.
Dolly Releases New Gifs Dolly has added several reaction gifs to her official Giphy page here.
Cincinnati Dolly Party Returns Unwind Wine Bar in Cincinnati will host its third annual Dolly-themed party, Darrick's Dolly Night, Saturday, Nov. 2, complete with legendary Dolly impersonator Vancie Vega. Seats must be reserved in advance (only one-quarter of seats remain available), but there is no cost to do so. Vega will perform at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m., and guests are asked to remain for both shows. (Your webmaster also plans to attend!) Reserve your seats here.
Oct. 5: New Song, 'There Was Jesus,' Released
You may recall it reported here two months ago that Dolly had recorded a new song with contemporary Christian singer Zach Williams that would be released Friday; well, the song, "There Was Jesus", was released as promised. Listen to it on YouTube here or in the media player above, and download it from Amazon here!
Latest Details On Dolly's Podcast Coming Producers for Dolly Parton's America on Thursday released much more information about the series via press release. They revealed the nine-part podcast will premiere Oct. 15 and was created from more than 12 hours of interviews with Dolly herself conducted over the course of two years and many more interviews with individuals who surround her. In it, Dolly speaks of her life, music, businesses, faith, politics and heaven. It also highlights the London premiere of her 9 To 5: The Musical and the 2017 Emmys reunion with Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. Over 50 guests also chat about Dolly including her nephew and bodyguard, Bryan Seaver, who takes the host to her Tennessee Mountain Home; Fonda, Gloria Steinem, students in the Dolly class at the University of Tennessee, the host's father (who treated her following a 2014 car accident), African-American country music singer Rhiannon Giddens, Cas Walker grocery store manager Charlie Hurst, author Sarah Smarsh, journalist Aisha Harris who had slammed Dixie Stampede's Civil War image, 9 To 5 screenwriter Patricia Resnick and Knoxville drag queen Cole Tipton. Vanity Fair premiered an exclusive six-minute excerpt from the first episode which you may hear here.
More Opry Remembrances From Dolly With Dolly Week at the Grand Ole Opry starting Monday and her 50th anniversary appearance just one week away, The Tennessean started its coverage Friday with two stories: an interview where she connected her East Tennessee upbringing to her early career here and her favorite early Opry memories here.
Dress Up At Dollywood Normally, costumes are prohibited at Dollywood, but for a limited time, they may be worn when visiting the Great Pumpkin LumiNights festival at the park. Through Nov. 2, costumes may be worn as long as they are not Dolly or Santa and do not have masks, do not have accessories that cover the face, may not look like weapons, and may not drag on the ground. Some costume accessories my need to be removed for rides depending on each attraction's loose article requirement.
Trio Tops U.K. Chart Again The Complete Trio Collection Deluxe by Dolly, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt moves up one place this week to regain the No. 1 spot on the British country compilation albums chart in its 160th chart week, it was revealed Friday. Also on the U.K. country compilation albums chart, Harris's Original Album Series: Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony by Dolly and Ronstadt) slides three to No. 12, while Harris' Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) inches up one to No. 17 and Ronstadt's Original Album Series (featuring one Dolly cover and one track with Dolly harmony) falls two to No. 9.
Oct. 2: Dolly Week Opry Guests Announced With one week to go until the start of Dolly Week at the Grand Ole Opry, the initial list of performers for each night was announced on Tuesday. Nash Country Daily reports here they are:
Oct. 8 (Opry House) Dustin Lynch, Suzy Bogguss, The Isaacs, Stephanie Quayle and more
Oct. 9 (Opry House) Sara Evans, Del McCoury Band, Don Schlitz, Sam Williams, Stephanie Urbina Jones and more
Oct. 10 (Opry Classics at the Ryman) The Gatlin Brothers, Dale Ann Bradley, Emily West, Shawn Camp & Lauren Mascitti, Sierra Hull, Hannah Dasher and more
Oct. 11 (Two Shows, Opry House) Bill Anderson, Barry Gibb, Dierks Bentley (1st show only), Margo Price, Emmylou Harris, Chris Janson and more
Oct. 12 (Two Shows, Opry House) Dolly, Lady Antebellum, Jeannie Seely, Toby Keith, Margo Price, Barry Gibb, Hank Williams, Jr. (1st show only), Candi Carpenter and more
In addition, Branswon Trilakes News reports that here former Wagonmaster Buck Trent, who invented the electric banjo, will be playing with Dolly at the Opry on Oct. 12.
'Dumplin'' Goes For Grammy Awards Dolly's Dumplin' Original Motion Picture Soundtrack producer Linda Perry is aiming to become the first woman to be nominated twice for the Grammy Awards Producer of the Year, Non-Classical. Last year, she became the first woman nominated in the category in 15 years. This year, she is on the first ballot of potential nominees in recognition of her work with Dolly on the soundtrack in addition to an album by Natasha Bedingfield and singles by Beatie Wolfe, Willa Amie and Lion, Billboard noted here. The article also reported that Dolly's CD is on the first ballot seeking a nomination for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media. If she gets a nod, it will mean she's been up for each of the Grammys' three movie and television awards, as she had previously been nominated for the precursor to Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media for 9 To 5 and the precursor to Best Song Written for Visual Media for "Travelin' Thru." There is no news as to whether any other tracks from the album are on the first ballot in other categories. Nominations will be announced Nov. 20.
WNYC Studios last week released a one-minute trailer for Dolly's upcoming nine-part podcast, Dolly Parton's America, which it describes as: "In this intensely divided moment, one of the few things everyone still seems to agree on is Dolly Parton—but why? That simple question leads to a deeply personal, historical, and musical rethinking of one of America's great icons. Join us for a 9-episode journey into the Dollyverse." Take a listen in the media player above of by visiting here. No release date has been announced yet.
Report: Dolly To Release New Book Soon Dolly will soon have a new book coming out, Page Six reported here over the weekend. The celebrity news site cited sources as informing them she had inked the deal with independent publishers Chronicle Books and Recorded Books because all of the larger publishing houses were interested in the book but refused her demand to revert to her the rights to the audio book release of the tome after 10 years. The piece noted it is unknown whether the book is a new memoir or some other genre. She has published children's books, a self-help book and an autobiography in the past, it was noted.
Designers: Dolly Getting 20 Outfits For CMAs MSN over the weekend excerpted a clip from Dolly's costuming team's recent Grand Ole Opry exhibit appearance to note they are prepping about 20 outfits for her upcoming CMA Awards co-hosting duty. They noted she will appear in five different segments during the broadcast and wear a different outfit for each one, plus a different one on the red carpet, plus different outfits for the press tour in advance of the broadcast, so she will have about 20 outfits total created for her hosting duties. She will co-host the Nov. 13 ceremony with Carrie Underwood and Reba. Watch the clip here.
Chenoweth Album With Dolly Comes Out Kristin Chenoweth's For The Girls, featuring a duet of "I Will Always Love You" with Dolly that had previously been released in August as a single here, was released in full on Friday, spawning a lot of coverage, including a Billboard story here where she talks about performing with the album's guests, including Dolly.
McDermott: Dolly Smells Amazing On Bravo's Watch What Happens Live last week, actor Dylan McDermott was asked for his favorite Steel Magnolias memory and responded it was how great Dolly smelled. Watch the clip here.
Overseas Chart Updates The Complete Trio Collection Deluxe by Dolly, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt slips one spot this week to No. 2 on the British country compilation albums chart in its 159th chart week, it was revealed Friday. Also on the U.K. country compilation albums chart, Harris's Original Album Series: Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony by Dolly and Ronstadt) gains two to No. 9, while Harris' Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) loses four to No. 18 and Ronstadt's Original Album Series (featuring one Dolly cover and one track with Dolly harmony) inches down one to No. 7. Down Under, the "gold series" re-issue of The Very Best Of Dolly Parton (Australian Tour Edition) loses 10 to No. 36 in its 419th chart week on the Australian country albums chart since its original 2007 release, it was revealed Saturday.
Sept. 25: Writer: '9 To 5' Sequel Won't Be Coming 9 To 5 co-screenwriter Patricia Resnick, who had been hired to co-write the greenlit sequel for the movie to star Dolly, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin with three younger women now working at Consolidated who look up these legends who used to work there decades ago, announced on Tuesday via her Twitter account here that the powers at Disney have decided to shelve the project and not move forward with filming the sequel. The sequel had been approved by 20th Century Fox and was apparently on the initial list of Fox projects Disney had planned to proceed with after taking over the production company back in March, but that has now changed. Resnick wrote: "I'm so sad that Disney has decided not to move forward with the #9to5sequel. So many things need to be said about the office of today from lack of benefits to no living wage, permanent temps and of course sexual harassment. On the good side #9to5musicalUK is killing it!"
GET TV To Air 'Dolly' Again GET TV has announced it will return to airing episodes of the classic 1976-77 syndicated series Dolly next month. The show is scheduled at 6 a.m. on Saturdays and either 6 a.m. or 10 p.m. Sundays. Episodes revealed thus far include Mel Tillis (6 a.m. Oct. 5 and 10 p.m. Oct. 13), Tom T. Hall (6 a.m. Oct. 6 and 10 p.m. Oct. 20), Chuck Woolery (6 a.m. Oct. 12), Ronnie Milsap (6 a.m. Oct. 13) and Freddy Fender (6 a.m. Oct. 19). The schedule past Oct. 20 has yet to be announced.
Dolly Featured In New 'Little Engine' Penguin Young Readers on Tuesday announced Dolly will provide the introduction for a new 90th anniversary edition of Watty Piper's The Little Engine That Could to be released April 7 featuring new illustrations by Dan Santat. In a press release, Dolly said: "My memories take me way back to a little cabin in East Tennessee. This was not a place where dreams easily came true. Too often, there was talk about all of the things we couldn't do rather than all of the things we could do. On many occasions, when my dream seemed far away, my Mama would tell me the story of the Little Engine to comfort and encourage me. While I listened to her, I would close my eyes and think of myself as the Little Engine and just start saying over and over again, 'I think I can. I think I can. I think I can.' It gave me strength, it gave me hope, and it gave me the courage to keep chasing my dreams." Reserve your copy here!
DC Symphony Tribute Reviewed DC Metro Theater Arts on Tuesday reviewed the weekend's Dolly tribute concert by the American Pops. Read it here.
For King & Country Go Gold Thanks To Dolly's Help For King & Country's "God Only Knows" was certified with a digital gold single from the RIAA for sales and streams on Tuesday. It is unknown whether they counted the sales and streams of their version featuring Dolly vocals toward the award total or not, as the award – like the charts for the song – did not include her name as a credited artist.
Dollywood Fall Festival Opens Friday Dollywood welcomes its Harvest Festival on Friday with the return of Great Pumpkin LumiNights, which expands into the new Wildwood Grove area, and Southern Gospel Jubilee. In a press release, Dolly said: "I'm so glad to hear families are just lovin' Great Pumpkin LumiNights. When I was a kid, we'd love to get pumpkins, scoop out all those guts from the inside and carve these beautiful masterpieces—at least us kids thought they were masterpieces! But, it makes me just feel good to know families are able to spend time together exploring during what really is the most beautiful time of year in the Smokies. God truly does turn the Smokies into His own personal coloring book during the fall. And nothing fits so well with those colorful fall mountains than the uplifting Southern gospel songs that fill the air with powerful praise for Him. I'm proud we're able to have some of the best Southern gospel singers here during the Harvest Festival."
Country Music Loses Journalist Dauphin The country music community last week lost acclaimed music journalist Chuck Dauphin, who had covered Dolly multiple times during his tenure at the country beat editor for Billboard magazine over the past several years. In fact, one of his final stories for the magazine back in late spring covered the release of her duet with Ronnie Milsap on "Smoky Mountain Rain." In 2014, he received the CMA's Media Achievement Award. Check out a couple of video interviews he did with Dolly for Billboard in 2012 when he was their country columnist here and here.
Sept. 23: LA Times: 'Heartstrings' Coming Nov. 22 The Los Angeles Times has reported that Dolly's Heartstrings anthology series will drop on Netflix Nov. 22, although that date has not been confirmed elsewhere. Netflix has yet to make any official announcement of the premiere date, and no other media outlets have reported an air date yet, but after the newspaper's report Google began showing the Nov. 22 date in its search results for the program. An official Netflix announcement should be coming any day now.
'Islands' Goes Platinum In U.K. Dolly added another piece of metal to her impressive collection last week as BPI, the British equivalent of the RIAA, announced on Friday it had certified her single "Islands In The Stream" with Kenny Rogers as digital platinum for more than 600,000 downloads since its digital release in 2004. The physical single of the song originally went silver in the U.K. for selling more than 200,000 copies in 1984. The digital version met the silver minimum in 2013, gold in 2017 for 400,000 copies, and platinum level this month.
Burns Doc Turns Attention To Dolly This Week Ken Burns' documentary series Country Music resumed its second half Sunday night, a half which The Knoxville News-Sentinel noted here that is "dominated by Dolly." Also, check out a brief view about Dolly which Burns made for the Tennessee Department of Tourism which they posted to YouTube last week here.
Dolly Takes In Some Burlesque Dolly made a surprise appearance in the audience last week at the 4th annual Smoky Mountain Burlesque Festival and took the opportunity to go backstage afterward and meet the contestants, WBIR reported here. (Dolly's niece, Rebecca, who serves as her Creative Production Coordinator, worked for eight years as creative director and choreographer for a Nashville burlesque troupe.)
American Pops Celebrates Dolly For those who missed the American Pops Orchestra's tribute to Dolly over the weekend in D.C., soloist Garrett Clayton shared his version of "Here You Come Again" in advance of the show with Fox 5 DC. Watch is here.
Overseas Chart Updates The Complete Trio Collection Deluxe by Dolly, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt remains this week at No. 1 on the British country compilation albums chart in its 158th chart week, its 32nd at the pole position, it was revealed Friday. Also on the U.K. country compilation albums chart, Harris's Original Album Series: Volume 1 (with two Dolly covers, one track with Dolly harmony and one track with Trio harmony by Dolly and Ronstadt) gains four to No. 11, while Harris' Original Album Series, Volume 2 (featuring one track with Dolly harmony and two tracks with Trio harmony by Dolly and Linda Ronstadt) loses five to No. 14 and Ronstadt's Original Album Series (featuring one Dolly cover and one track with Dolly harmony) rises two to No. 6. Down Under, the "gold series" re-issue of The Very Best Of Dolly Parton (Australian Tour Edition) falls three to No. 26 in its 418th chart week on the Australian country albums chart since its original 2007 release, it was revealed Saturday.
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