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Shrek 2

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Andrew Adamson
Kelly Asbury
Conrad Vernon
Produced by Aron Warner
John H. Williams
David Lipman
Written by Andrew Adamson
Joe Stillman
J. David Stem
David N. Weiss
Andrew Adamson (Story)
William Steig (Book)
Starring Mike Myers
Eddie Murphy
Cameron Diaz
Antonio Banderas
Julie Andrews
John Cleese
Rupert Everett
Jennifer Saunders
Music by Harry Gregson-Williams
Editing by Michael Andrews
Sim Evan-Jones
Studio Pacific Data Images
DreamWorks Animation
Distributed by DreamWorks SKG
Release date(s) May 19, 2004 (2004-05-19)
Running time 92 minutes (01:32:19)
Country United States
Language English
Budget $150 million
Gross revenue $919,838,758[1]
Preceded by Shrek
Followed by Shrek the Third

Shrek 2 is a 2004 American computer-animated comedy film, produced by DreamWorks Animation and directed by Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury and Conrad Vernon. It is the second film in the Shrek series and the sequel to 2001's Shrek. The film features the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, Antonio Banderas, Julie Andrews, John Cleese, Rupert Everett and Jennifer Saunders.

Shrek 2 scored the fourth largest three day opening weekend in US history,[2] as well as the largest opening for an animated film until May 18, 2007, when it was eclipsed by its sequel Shrek the Third.[3] As of 2008, it is the inflation-adjusted 30th highest-grossing film of all time in the US.[4] It went on to be the highest grossing film of 2004.[5] The associated soundtrack reached the top ten of the Billboard 200. It is also the seventh highest ticket selling animated film of all time.[6] It is, as well, the highest-grossing fully-animated film of all time[7]and DreamWorks's most successful film to date. Shrek 2 was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, but lost to Pixar's film The Incredibles.



When Shrek (voiced by Mike Myers) and Fiona (voiced by Cameron Diaz) come back from their honeymoon, they find an invitation to a royal ball with Fiona's parents to celebrate their marriage, an event Shrek is reluctant to participate in. Fiona talks him into it, and along with Donkey (voiced by Eddie Murphy), they travel to the kingdom of Far Far Away. They meet Fiona's parents, King Harold and Queen Lillian (voiced by John Cleese and Julie Andrews), who are surprised and repulsed by Fiona's choice of husband (particularly the King himself), since they had arranged that Prince Charming rescue her from the castle but now they see that her husband is an ogre.

At a shared meal, Shrek and Harold get into a heated argument over how Shrek and Fiona will raise their family, and Fiona, disgusted at Shrek and her father's behavior, locks herself away in her room that evening, where she meets her Fairy Godmother (voiced by Jennifer Saunders), who is also surprised at Fiona's new looks. Shrek worries that he has lost his true love, particularly after finding her childhood diary and reading that she was once infatuated with Prince Charming (voiced by Rupert Everett).

King Harold is accosted by the Fairy Godmother and Charming, her son. The two retell the Prince's adventures and how he overcame many obstacles and climbed a high tower in order to rescue Fiona, finding instead a cross-dressing wolf. They reprimand Harold for breaking an old promise that Charming would be able to marry Fiona and demand that he find a way to get rid of Shrek. While Shrek read Fiona's diary and find many words of "Mrs. Fiona Charming", Harold arranges for Shrek and Donkey to join him on a fictitious hunting trip, which really is a trap to lure the two into the hands of an assassin, Puss in Boots (voiced by Antonio Banderas).

When Fiona realizes that Shrek left, she asks her father for help, but he replies that he always wanted the best for her and that she should better think about what is the best for her, too. Puss is unable to defeat Shrek and, revealing that he was paid by Harold, asks to come along as a way to make amends. The three sneak into the Fairy Godmother's potion factory and steal a "Happily Ever After" potion that Shrek believes will restore Fiona's love for him.

Shrek and Donkey both drink the potion and fall into a deep sleep, awakening the next morning to discover its effects: Shrek is now a handsome human, while Donkey has turned into a stallion. In order to make the change permanent, Shrek must kiss Fiona by midnight. He, Donkey, and Puss return to the castle to discover that the potion has also transformed Fiona back into her former, human self. However, the Fairy Godmother, having learned of the potion's theft, intercepts Shrek and sends Charming to pose as him and win her love. At the Fairy Godmother's urging, Shrek leaves the castle, believing that the best way to make Fiona happy is to let her go.

To ensure that Fiona falls in love with Charming, the Fairy Godmother gives Harold a love potion to put into Fiona's tea. But Harold replies that it's not possible to make his daughter fall in love in this way. This exchange is overheard by Shrek, Donkey, and Puss, who are soon arrested by the royal guards and thrown into a dungeon. While the royal ball begins, several of Shrek's friends band together to free the trio and create a gigantic gingerbread man (whose name is Mongo), which breaks through the castle's defenses so Shrek can stop Charming from kissing Fiona, but Mongo is presumably killed when his arms break and he falls into the moat with Gingy devastated. Shrek finds he is too late to stop them; instead of falling in love with Charming, though, Fiona knocks him out with a headbutt. Harold reveals that he never gave Fiona the love potion, whereupon the Fairy Godmother attacks Shrek. In the ensuing melee, a spell from her wand, presumably to kill Shrek, rebounds off Harold's armor, when he commits self-sacrifice to save Shrek, and disintegrates the Fairy Godmother; it also returns Harold to his true form, that of the Frog Prince. Lilian had been the princess who kissed him and turned him into a human.

As the clock strikes midnight, Shrek and Fiona let the potion's effects wear off and they revert to their ogre selves, while Donkey changes back as well. Harold gives his blessing to the marriage and apologizes for his earlier behavior; the party resumes and the credits begin as they sing "Livin' La Vida Loca". They are interrupted by a brief after-party scene in which the Dragon, who had romanced Donkey in the first film, arrives and reveals that they now have several dragon-donkey hybrid, or "Dronkey", babies.


Actor Role
Mike Myers Shrek
Cameron Diaz Princess Fiona
Eddie Murphy Donkey
Julie Andrews Queen Lillian
Antonio Banderas Puss in Boots
John Cleese King Harold
Rupert Everett Prince Charming
Jennifer Saunders Fairy Godmother
Larry King (US)
Jonathan Ross (UK)
Doris the Ugly Stepsister
Aron Warner Big Bad Wolf
Cody Cameron Pinocchio; The Three Little Pigs
Christopher Knights Three Blind Mice
Conrad Vernon Gingerbread Man; Muffin Man;
Mongo; Cedric; Announcer
Ian McShane Captain Hook
Chris Miller Mirror
Mark Moseley Dresser
Kelly Cooney Fast Food Clerk
Kelly Asbury Page; Elf; Nobleman; Nobleman's son
Andrew Adamson Captain of the Guard

Special guest stars

Joan Rivers' cameo marked the first time that a real person had been represented on screen by the Shrek animation team. Her part (though retaining her visual representation) was redubbed by presenter Kate Thornton for the United Kingdom release, despite Rivers and her image being equally as well-known there.


In April 2004, the film was selected for competition at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival.[8]

Shrek 2 was originally going to release in June 2004. The film then planned to release on May 21, 2004. Though, Shrek 2 released on May 19, 2004 (two days before). A day before the film went to theaters, the first five minutes were shown on Nickelodeon's U-Pick Live.

It was the first film with over 4,000 theaters in overall count; over 3,700 theaters was its count for an opening day. Spider-Man 2 was the first film with over 4,000 theaters for an opening day and second for overall counts.

When the film was released on DVD on November 5, 2004, it was the second Shrek film to be presented in its original ratio of 1.85:1 on the Region 1 anamorphic widescreen DVD.

Home media releases

This film has been released on VHS, Gameboy Game Paks and DVD. A 3D-converted version will be released on Blu-ray Disc in the third quarter of 2010.[9]

Far Far Away Idol

"Far Far Away Idol" is an extra in the DVD release based on American Idol and guest starring Simon Cowell. The plot was that characters from Shrek would sing and dance popular songs at the time, and at the end the viewer gets to pick the winner.

Cultural references

  • In the beginning scene, where we see Shrek and Fiona falling in love, there are references to The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, with the ring-making scene and Spider-Man, with Shrek's head being dipped into mud.
  • In the Scene when Shrek meets Puss in Boots and attacks him, theres a reference to Alien, where Puss in Boots bursts out of Shrek's shirt.
  • Far Far Away is a reference to Hollywood, with the same sign, and when Shrek, Fiona and Donkey enter it, the gates are a parody of Paramount Pictures. Theres also a Starbucks, an Old Navy shop and a Burger King in Far Far Away.


Box office performance

The film opened at #1 with a Friday-to-Sunday total of $108,037,878, and a total of $128,983,060 since its Wednesday launch, from a then-record 4,163 theaters, for an average of $25,952 per theater over the weekend. It also ranked #1 in its second weekend, grossing $95,578,365 over the 4-day Memorial Day weekend, narrowly beating out the $85,807,341 4-day tally of new opener The Day After Tomorrow. The film spent a total of 10 weeks in the weekly top 10, and stayed in theaters for 149 days (roughly 21 weeks), closing on November 25, 2004. It grossed $441,226,247[10] domestically (US and Canada), and $478,612,511 in foreign markets, making a total of $919.8 million worldwide making it the highest grossing film of 2004, and the highest-grossing film into the film series. This also puts the film at fifth on the all-time domestic box-office list and twelfth on the worldwide box-office list. The movie also took away the highest grossing by an animated feature which before held by Finding Nemo. With DVD sales and Shrek 2 merchandise are estimated to total almost $800 million, the film (which was produced with a budget of $150 million[10]) is DreamWorks' most profitable film to date.

Critical reception

The film was well received by a number of critics, many rating it as good as its predecessor, and some rated it even better. Based on reviews collected from 204 critics by the film review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, 89% gave Shrek 2 a positive review.[11] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average rating of 75 out of 100 based on 40 professional reviews published in newspapers, magazines and in highly regarded Internet sites, which indicates "generally favorable reviews".[12]

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Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikiquote

Shrek 2 is a 2004 animated film sequel to the previous film Shrek in which Princess Fiona's parents invite her and Shrek to dinner to celebrate her marriage, not knowing that the newlyweds are both ogres.

Directed by Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury, and Conrad Vernon. Written by Andrew Adamson, Joe Stillman, J. David Stem, and David N. Weiss.
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  • We are definitely not in the swamp anymore.
  • Y'know, I don't think I was going to get Dad's Royal Blessing, even if I wanted it!
  • [trying to convince Donkey to let Puss in Boots join them] Aw c'mon, Donkey. Look at him! In his wee li'l boots! You know, how many cats can wear boots? Honestly?
  • TGIF, eh, buddy? Workin' hard or hardly workin', eh Mac?
  • [examining his new, human body] A cute, button nose...thick wavey locks...TAUT, ROUND BUTTOCKS?!
  • All right, let's crash this party!
  • [after robbing two men of their clothes] Thank you, gentlemen! Someday, I will repay you. Unless, of course, I can't find you or if I forget.
  • No, no, no, no, no you great, stupid pastry!


  • It's gonna be champagne wishes and caviar dreams from now on!
  • Oh, you got a puppy? All I got in my room was shampoo!
  • Y'know, in some cultures, donkeys are considered the wisest of all creatures. Especially us talking ones!
  • Come on, Shrek, it only seems bad because it's dark and rainy and Fiona's father hired a sleazy hitman to whack you.
  • Trot, trot, trottin' in place... YEAH! [pause] What?
  • You know, I had the hardest time finding this place.
  • [in the argument at the dinner table] I got to go to the bathroom. (Dinner is served) Never mind, I can hold it!
  • Mexican food, my favorite!
  • Follow the pretty pony.
  • I'm sorry, but the position of annoying talking animal has already been taken.

Puss in Boots

  • Who dares enter my room?
  • [after Donkey catches the "Happily Ever After" potion in his mouth] Finally, a good use for your mouth.
  • I hate Mondays.
  • Whatever happens, I must not cry. You cannot make me cry! (cries)
  • Hey! Isn't we supposed to be having a fiesta?
  • Eh, tú pedazo de carne con patas! Como te atreves a hacerme esto?! [Spanish for "Oi, you slab of meat with legs! How dare you do this to me?!"]


  • Well, folks, it looks like we're up chocolate creek without a popsicle stick.
  • Not the gumdrop button!


  • Fairy Godmother: I told you. Ogres don't live happily ever after!
  • Pig: I see London, I see France...
  • Pinocchio: I'm a real boy!
  • Mongo: Beeee good.


Prince Charming: Once upon a time in a kingdom far, far away, the king and queen were blessed with a beautiful baby girl, and throughout the land, everyone was happy...until the sun went down and they saw that their daughter was cursed with a frightful enchantment that took hold each and every night. Desperate, they sought the help of a fairy godmother who had them lock the young princess away in a tower, there to await the kiss of the handsome Prince Charming. It was he who would chance the perilous journey through blistering cold and scorching desert, traveling for many days and nights, risking life and limb to reach the dragon's keep. For he was the bravest—and most handsome— (shakes head in slow motion) in all the land. And it was destiny that his kiss would break the dreaded curse. He alone would climb to the highest room of the tallest tower to the princess' chambers, cross the room to her sleeping silhouette, pull back the gossamer curtains to reveal her...
[Prince Charming gasps, seeing the Big Bad Wolf in Fiona's place]
Big Bad Wolf: What?
Prince Charming: ... Princess... Fiona?
Big Bad Wolf: No!
Prince Charming: Oh, thank heavens. Where is she?
Big Bad Wolf: She's on her honeymoon.
Prince Charming: Honeymoon?! With whom?!
[Scene change to Shrek and Fiona entering their bridal suite.]

Donkey: Don't you worry, I will always be here to make sure no one bothers you.
Shrek: Donkey.
Donkey: Yes, roomy?
Shrek: You're bothering me.

Donkey: Royal ball? Can I come?
Shrek: We're not going.
Fiona and Donkey: What?
Shrek: I mean, don't you think they might be a bit shocked to see you like this?
Fiona: Well, they might be a bit surprised. But they're my parents, Shrek. They love me. And don't worry. They'll love you, too.
Shrek: Yeah, right. Somehow I don't think I'll be welcome at the country club.
Fiona: Stop it. They're not like that.
Shrek: How do you explain Sergeant Pompous and the Fancy Pants Club Band?

Donkey: Are we there yet?
Shrek: No.
Donkey: Are we there yet?
Fiona: Not yet.
Donkey: Okay. Are we there yet?
Fiona: No.
Donkey: Are we there yet?
Shrek: No!
Donkey: Are we there... yet?
Shrek: Yes.
Donkey: Really?
Shrek: NO!
Donkey: Are we there yet?!
Fiona: No!
Donkey: Are we there yet?!
Shrek: No, we are not!
Donkey: ARE WE THERE YET?!?!
Shrek and Fiona: NO!!!!!!
Donkey: Are we there yet?
Shrek: (mocks) Are we there yet?
Donkey: Hey, that's not funny.
Shrek: Hey, that's not funny.
Donkey: Oh, that's really immature!
Shrek: Oh, that's really immature!
Donkey: See, this is why nobody likes ogres!
Shrek: See, this is why nobody likes ogres!
Donkey: All right, your loss!
Shrek: All right, your loss!
Donkey: I'm just gonna stop talkin'!
Shrek: Finally!
Donkey: But this is takin' forever, Shrek. And there ain't no in-flight movie or nothin'!
Shrek: The kingdom of Far Far Away, Donkey. That's where we're going. Far...far... (silently) away.
Donkey: All right, all right. I get it! I'm just so darn bored!
Shrek: Well, find a way to entertain yourself.
(Donkey pops his lips, then again, and Shrek grows more impatient, then Donkey pops his lips a third time)
Shrek: (restrains temper) Oh! For 5 minutes... Could you not be yourself? (loudly) FOR 5 MINUTES!!!
(after another moment of silence, Donkey pops his lips one last time)
Fiona: Yes!
Donkey: Oh, finally!

Fiona: [lets out a loud belch that interrupts a conversation] Oh! Excuse me.
Shrek: Better out than in, I always say.

Queen: Harold!
Fiona: Shrek!
Shrek: Fiona!
Harold: Fiona!
Fiona: Mom!
Queen: Harold!
Donkey: Donkey!

Fiona: [about the Fairy Godmother] She's just trying to help--
Shrek: Good! She can help pack the bags! We're leaving.
Fiona: Leaving?! When did you decide this?
Shrek: Shortly after arriving!

King: Charming! Is that you? My gosh, it's been years! When did you get back?
Prince Charming: Oh, about five minutes ago, actually. [yelling] After I endured blistering winds and scorching desert, climbed to the highest room of the tallest tower---
Fairy Godmother: Tut, tut, tut. Mummy can handle this. [yelling] He endures blistering winds and scorching desert! He climbs to the highest bloody room of the tallest bloody tower, and what does he find?! Some gender-confused wolf telling him that his princess is already married!

King: You see, I need to have someone taken care of.
Doris: Who's the guy?
King: Well, he's not a guy, per se. Um...he' ogre!

Shrek: Well, well, Donkey. I know it was kind of a tender moment back there, but the purring?
Donkey: What are you talking about? I ain't purring.
Shrek: Oh, sure. What's next? A hug?

Donkey: [after attempting to kick Puss, who is attacking Shrek, but getting Shrek between the legs instead] Did I miss?
Shrek: Nope. You got 'em.

Shrek: [has just discovered that King Harold hired Puss in Boots to kill him] much for "Dad's Royal Blessing."
Donkey: It ain't that bad, Shrek. I mean, almost everyone who meets you wants to kill you.
Shrek: [sardonically] Thanks.

Shrek: Donkey, think of the saddest thing that's ever happened to you!
Donkey: Oh, man, where do I begin? Well, first there was the time that old farmer tried to sell me for some magic beans, I ain't never got over that. Then this fool went off and had a party, and he had all the guests try to pin the tail on me! Then they all got drunk, and started beating me with a stick going, "Piñata, piñata!" What is a piñata anyway?!

Shrek: Are you up for a little quest, Donkey?
Donkey: Ah, yeah, that's more like it! Shrek and Donkey on another whirlwind adventure! [singing as he and Shrek start walking away] Ain't no stoppin' us now, whoo! / We're on the move...
Puss: Stop, ogre! [Shrek and Donkey stop] I have misjudged you.
Shrek: [sarcastically] Join the club, we have jackets.
Puss in Boots: On my honor! I am obliged to accompany you until I have saved your life, as you have spared me mine.
Donkey: Oh, I'm sorry, but the position of annoying talking animal has already been taken.

Shrek: [to receptionist] Oh, by the way, it would be really great if the Fairy Godmother didn't know we were here. Y'know what I'm sayin', bub, huh?
Donkey: Huh?
Shrek: Huh?
Donkey: Huh? Huh? Huh?! HUH?!
Shrek: Stop it.
Receptionist: Of course. Go right in.

Fairy Godmother: A drop of desire...Oohoohoo, naughty! A pinch of passion...And just a hint of...Lust!
Shrek: Excuse me. Sorry to barge in like this, but---
Fairy Godmother: What in Grimm's name are you doing here?
Shrek: It seems that Fiona isn't exactly happy.
Fairy Godmother: And there's some question as to why that is? Let's explore that shall we? Princess Cinderella, lived happily ever after...Oh. No ogres.

Fairy Godmother: No, no, no, no....You see, ogres don't live happily ever after.
Shrek: [points at her] All right, look, lady!
Fairy Godmother: Don't you point those dirty, green sausages at me!

Donkey: Hey man, you wanna get your fine Corinthian footwear and your cat cheeks out of my face? Man, it stinks!
Puss: Well, you don't exactly smell like a basket of roses!
[They all look at the dozens of potions around them]
Shrek: Well, one of these has got to work.
Puss: Ah yes, boss. I was concocting this very plan. Already our minds...are becoming one...
Donkey: Woah woah woah, if we need an expert on licking ourselves, we'll give you a call.

Prince Charming: Mother!
Fairy Godmother: Charming, sweetheart! This isn't a good time, pumpkin. Mama's working.
Prince Charming: Whoa, what happened here?
Fairy Godmother: The ogre, that's what!
Prince Charming: What? Where is he, Mum? [draws his sword] I shall rend his head from his shoulders! I will smite him where he stands! He will rue the very day he stole my kingdom from me!
Fairy Godmother: Oh, put it away, Junior! You're still gonna be king.

Puss: Just in case there is something wrong with the potion, allow me to take the first sip. It would be an honour to lay my life on the line for you.
Donkey: No, no, no. If there's gonna be any animal testing, I'm gonna do it. That's the best friend's job. Now gimme that potion!
[He grabs the "Happily Ever After" potion in his mouth and chugs down some of it]
Shrek: How do you feel?
Donkey: ...I don't feel any different. Do I look any different?
Puss: You still look like an ass to me.

Donkey: I'm melting! I'm melting!
Shrek: It's just the rain, Donkey.

Donkey: [singing wearily] Theeee sun will come out...tomorrow... Betcha bottom...
Shrek: Bet my bottom?
Donkey: I'M COMING, ELIZABETH! [drops unconscious]
Shrek: Donkey?!
Puss: Hey, boss? Let's shave him!

[Shrek and Donkey have awoken the next morning to find themselves transformed.]
Shrek: Donkey, you're a...
Donkey: A stallion, baby! I can whinny! [whinnies] I can count! [taps hoof; starts trotting] Look at me Shrek, I'm trotting!

Donkey: It's kind of a long story, but, you see, Shrek and I took some magic potion, and now...we're sexy!
Fiona: [sees Puss] Shrek?
Puss: For you baby...I could be.
Donkey: Yeah, you wish.

Donkey: Is he really that good looking?
Doris: Are you kiddin'? He's gorgeous! He has a face that looks like that it was carved by angels.
Puss: Mmmm, he sounds dreamy.
Shrek: You know, shockingly, this isn't making me feel any better.

Gingy: Oh, I hate these ball shows, they bore me to tears! Flip over to Wheel of Torture.
Pinocchio: I'm not flipping anywhere, sir, until I see Shrek and Fiona.
Gingy: Aw, whizzes on you guys.

Announcer: Tonight on "Knights"...
Gingerbread Man: Now here's a good show!
Knight in hotair balloon: We got a white bronco heading east in the forest. Requesting backup.
Announcer: It's time for the men in steel to teach these madcap mammals that their "devil may mare" attitudes ain't gonna fly.
Donkey: [Being tackled] Why you grabbing me? Ow! Police brutality! Police brutality!
Shrek: Come on, I have to talk to Princess Fiona!
Knight: [Takes pepper grinder and sprinkles pepper in Shrek's face] We warned you!
Shrek: Ow! Ow!
Announcer: Will they get away with it, or did somebody let the cat out of the bag?
Puss: You capitalist pig dogs!
[Puss attacks a knight, then he is pinned up against a wall]
Knight: [Sniffs a small bag] Catnip!
Puss: Um, that's not mine?
Shrek: Hold on! Find Princess Fiona!
Donkey: I'm a donkey!
Shrek: Tell her--Shrek! I'm her husband, Shrek! [Gets another face full of pepper] Ow! Ow!
Announcer: That's tonight on "Knights".
Gingy: Wait! Go back! Go back!
(They see the scene again and after the scene, they stare at each other.)

Shrek: Donkey! You have the right to remain silent! What you lack is the capacity.
Puss: I must hold on before I, too, go totally mad.
Pinocchio: Shrek? Donkey?
Puss: [sees all the fairytale creatures above him] Too late!

Shrek: Gingy, do you still know the muffin man?
Gingy: Well, yeah, sure, he's down on Drury Lane. Why?
Shrek: Because we're gonna need flour. Lots and lots of flour.

Muffin Man: Gingy!
Gingy: Fire up the ovens, Muffin Man! We've got a big order to fill! [lightning flashes and an evil laugh is heard] It's alive!

Puss: Go! Your lady needs you. Go! Today, I repay my debt.
[Puts on cute face in front of knights]
Knights: Awwwwwwww...
Puss: [draws sword] En garde!

Donkey: Pray for mercy from Puss...
Puss: ...and Donkey!


See Also


  • In Summer 2004, They're Back For More.
  • Once Upon Another Time...
  • Not So Far, Far Away.

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