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* NewEraSpeech: His speech to the Nine Eyes committee about intelligence-sharing and how it works is effective, as while South Africa initially balked at it, a terrorist attack conducted by [[spoiler:Spectre, the real backers of the Nine Eyes project]], forces them back into the fold.


** While C is interested in BigBrotherIsWatching, {{Attack Drone}}s, and shutting down the 00-agent program, M questions the role of total surveillance in society, and even asks C if an AttackDrone can do the job of field agents like 007.

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** While C is interested in BigBrotherIsWatching, {{Attack Drone}}s, and shutting down the 00-agent program, M questions the role of total surveillance in society, and even asks C if an AttackDrone can do the job of field agents like 007. C is also over-reliant on technology like Silva.



* HateSink: Ernst Stavro Blofeld represents EvilIsCool for the ''Film/JamesBond'' franchise and has codified many tropes, not to mention being [[MagnificentBastard intelligent]], WickedCultured, and [[FauxAffablyEvil having idle banter with 007 despite planning to kill him]], but swift and deadly toward henchmen that fail him. [[TheDragon Mr. Hinx]] has a CoolCar and is a mix of Oddjob's endurance, Jaws' strength and metal combat implants (fingernails instead of teeth) and Red Grant's methodical skills and cunning, as well as dogging Bond throughout the film. Mr. White, meanwhile, is given a sympathetic backstory as to why he resigned from SPECTRE. Perhaps because of just how cool Blofeld, Mr. Hinx, and SPECTRE are, the viewer can see Max Denbigh as the movie's Hate Sink. From the start, he's an [[TyrantTakesTheHelm oily new superior]] who [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain expresses ignorant opinions on hot-button real-world issues]] [[spoiler:and furthermore, is a terrorist himself]]. From the moment the audience learns he's a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors civilian contractor]] placed in charge of a merger between [=MI5=] and [=MI6=], [[TyrantTakesTheHelm we know he's going to be trouble]], and he proves it by acting like a SmugSnake to Bond and M and advocating the replacement of human agents with {{Attack Drone}}s and [[BigBrotherIsWatching mass surveillance]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he isn't just a corrupt sleazeball to begin with he's flat-out evil as [[BigBadDuumvirate he's in cahoots with Blofeld]] and plans to turn control of the new surveillance system he's designing over to him. It's easy to see why he has few fans both InUniverse and out.]]

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* HateSink: Ernst Stavro Blofeld represents EvilIsCool for the ''Film/JamesBond'' franchise and has codified many tropes, not to mention being [[MagnificentBastard intelligent]], WickedCultured, and [[FauxAffablyEvil having idle banter with 007 despite planning to kill him]], but swift and deadly toward henchmen that fail him. [[TheDragon Mr. Hinx]] has a CoolCar and is a mix of Oddjob's endurance, Jaws' strength and metal combat implants (fingernails instead of teeth) and Red Grant's methodical skills and cunning, as well as dogging Bond throughout the film. Mr. White, meanwhile, is given a sympathetic backstory as to why he resigned from SPECTRE. Perhaps because of just how cool Blofeld, Mr. Hinx, and SPECTRE are, the viewer can see Max Denbigh as the movie's Hate Sink. From the start, he's an [[TyrantTakesTheHelm oily new superior]] who [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain expresses ignorant opinions on hot-button real-world issues]] [[spoiler:and furthermore, is a terrorist himself]]. From the moment the audience learns he's a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors civilian contractor]] placed in charge of a merger between [=MI5=] and [=MI6=], [[TyrantTakesTheHelm we know he's going to be trouble]], and he proves it by acting like a SmugSnake to Bond and M and advocating the replacement of human agents with {{Attack Drone}}s and [[BigBrotherIsWatching mass surveillance]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he isn't just a corrupt sleazeball to begin with he's flat-out evil as [[BigBadDuumvirate he's in cahoots with Blofeld]] and plans to turn control of the new surveillance system he's designing over to him. It's easy to see why he has few fans both InUniverse and out.]]



* TheSociopath: An arrogant SOB, Denbigh [[ItsAllAboutMe doesn't care for anyone except himself]], believing his surveillance idea is the future and throws rude statements to anybody who criticizes him. He's so deluded and self-righteous that he's willing to [[spoiler:bring ''his'' dream to fruition without regards as to who may get killed or maimed in the staged terrorist attacks he's conducted on behalf of Blofeld]].

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* TheSociopath: An arrogant SOB, Denbigh he [[ItsAllAboutMe doesn't care for anyone except himself]], believing his surveillance idea is the future and throws rude statements to anybody who criticizes him. He's so deluded and self-righteous that he's willing to [[spoiler:bring ''his'' dream to fruition without regards as to who may get killed or maimed in the staged terrorist attacks he's conducted on behalf of Blofeld]].



* VillainHasAPoint: During his MotiveRant, [[spoiler:he points out the flaws of democracy, the failure of elected officials who don't get things done in time or fall back on their promises, and why totalitarianism will fix everything.]]

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* VillainHasAPoint: During his MotiveRant, [[spoiler:he points out the flaws of democracy, democracy and the failure of elected officials who don't get things done in time or fall back on their promises, and why totalitarianism will fix everything.promises.]]


* HateSink: Ernst Stavro Blofeld represents EvilIsCool for the ''Film/JamesBond'' franchise and has codified many tropes, not to mention being [[MagnificentBastard intelligent]], WickedCultured, and [[FauxAffablyEvil having idle banter with 007 despite planning to kill him]], but swift and deadly toward henchmen that fail him. [[TheDragon Mr. Hinx]] has a CoolCar and is a mix of Oddjob's endurance, Jaws' strength and metal combat implants (fingernails instead of teeth) and Red Grant's methodical skills and cunning, as well as dogging Bond throughout the film. Mr. White, meanwhile, is given a sympathetic backstory as to why he resigned from SPECTRE. Perhaps because of just how cool Blofeld, Mr. Hinx, and SPECTRE are, the viewer can see Max Denbigh as the movie's Hate Sink. From the start, he's an [[TyrantTakesTheHelm oily new superior]] who [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain expresses ignorant opinions on hot-button real-world issues]] [[spoiler:and furthermore, is a terrorist himself]]. From the moment the audience learns he's a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors civilian contractor]] placed in charge of a merger between [=MI5=] and [=MI6=], [[TyrantTakesTheHelm we know he's going to be trouble]], and he proves it by acting like a SmugSnake to Bond and M and advocating the replacement of human agents with {{Attack Drone}}s and [[BigBrotherIsWatching mass surveillance]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he isn't just a corrupt sleazeball to begin with he's flat-out evil as [[BigBadDuumvirate he's in cahoots with Blofeld]] and plans to turn control of the new surveillance system he's designing over to him. It's easy to see why he has few fans both InUniverse and out.

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* HateSink: Ernst Stavro Blofeld represents EvilIsCool for the ''Film/JamesBond'' franchise and has codified many tropes, not to mention being [[MagnificentBastard intelligent]], WickedCultured, and [[FauxAffablyEvil having idle banter with 007 despite planning to kill him]], but swift and deadly toward henchmen that fail him. [[TheDragon Mr. Hinx]] has a CoolCar and is a mix of Oddjob's endurance, Jaws' strength and metal combat implants (fingernails instead of teeth) and Red Grant's methodical skills and cunning, as well as dogging Bond throughout the film. Mr. White, meanwhile, is given a sympathetic backstory as to why he resigned from SPECTRE. Perhaps because of just how cool Blofeld, Mr. Hinx, and SPECTRE are, the viewer can see Max Denbigh as the movie's Hate Sink. From the start, he's an [[TyrantTakesTheHelm oily new superior]] who [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain expresses ignorant opinions on hot-button real-world issues]] [[spoiler:and furthermore, is a terrorist himself]]. From the moment the audience learns he's a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors civilian contractor]] placed in charge of a merger between [=MI5=] and [=MI6=], [[TyrantTakesTheHelm we know he's going to be trouble]], and he proves it by acting like a SmugSnake to Bond and M and advocating the replacement of human agents with {{Attack Drone}}s and [[BigBrotherIsWatching mass surveillance]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he isn't just a corrupt sleazeball to begin with he's flat-out evil as [[BigBadDuumvirate he's in cahoots with Blofeld]] and plans to turn control of the new surveillance system he's designing over to him. It's easy to see why he has few fans both InUniverse and out.]]


* HateSink: * HateSink: Ernst Stavro Blofeld represents EvilIsCool for the ''Film/JamesBond'' franchise and has codified many tropes, not to mention being [[MagnificentBastard intelligent]], WickedCultured, and [[FauxAffablyEvil having idle banter with 007 despite planning to kill him]], but swift and deadly toward henchmen that fail him. [[TheDragon Mr. Hinx]] has a CoolCar and is a mix of Oddjob's endurance, Jaws' strength and metal combat implants (fingernails instead of teeth) and Red Grant's methodical skills and cunning, as well as dogging Bond throughout the film. Mr. White, meanwhile, is given a sympathetic backstory as to why he resigned from SPECTRE. Perhaps because of just how cool Blofeld, Mr. Hinx, and SPECTRE are, the viewer can see Max Denbigh as the movie's Hate Sink. From the start, he's an [[TyrantTakesTheHelm oily new superior]] who [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain expresses ignorant opinions on hot-button real-world issues]] [[spoiler:and furthermore, is a terrorist himself]]. From the moment the audience learns he's a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors civilian contractor]] placed in charge of a merger between [=MI5=] and [=MI6=], [[TyrantTakesTheHelm we know he's going to be trouble]], and he proves it by acting like a SmugSnake to Bond and M and advocating the replacement of human agents with {{Attack Drone}}s and [[BigBrotherIsWatching mass surveillance]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he isn't just a corrupt sleazeball to begin with he's flat-out evil as [[BigBadDuumvirate he's in cahoots with Blofeld]] and plans to turn control of the new surveillance system he's designing over to him. It's easy to see why he has few fans both InUniverse and out.

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* HateSink: * HateSink: Ernst Stavro Blofeld represents EvilIsCool for the ''Film/JamesBond'' franchise and has codified many tropes, not to mention being [[MagnificentBastard intelligent]], WickedCultured, and [[FauxAffablyEvil having idle banter with 007 despite planning to kill him]], but swift and deadly toward henchmen that fail him. [[TheDragon Mr. Hinx]] has a CoolCar and is a mix of Oddjob's endurance, Jaws' strength and metal combat implants (fingernails instead of teeth) and Red Grant's methodical skills and cunning, as well as dogging Bond throughout the film. Mr. White, meanwhile, is given a sympathetic backstory as to why he resigned from SPECTRE. Perhaps because of just how cool Blofeld, Mr. Hinx, and SPECTRE are, the viewer can see Max Denbigh as the movie's Hate Sink. From the start, he's an [[TyrantTakesTheHelm oily new superior]] who [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain expresses ignorant opinions on hot-button real-world issues]] [[spoiler:and furthermore, is a terrorist himself]]. From the moment the audience learns he's a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors civilian contractor]] placed in charge of a merger between [=MI5=] and [=MI6=], [[TyrantTakesTheHelm we know he's going to be trouble]], and he proves it by acting like a SmugSnake to Bond and M and advocating the replacement of human agents with {{Attack Drone}}s and [[BigBrotherIsWatching mass surveillance]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he isn't just a corrupt sleazeball to begin with he's flat-out evil as [[BigBadDuumvirate he's in cahoots with Blofeld]] and plans to turn control of the new surveillance system he's designing over to him. It's easy to see why he has few fans both InUniverse and out.


* HateSink: Since Ernst Stavro Blofeld represents EvilIsCool for the ''Film/JamesBond'' franchise and is the TropeCodifier for RightHandCat, BlofeldPloy and DiabolicalMastermind, not to mention being [[MagnificentBastard intelligent]], WickedCultured, and [[FauxAffablyEvil having idle banter with 007 despite planning to kill him]], but swift and deadly toward henchmen that fail him and driven by greed. Plus, having inspired many villains such as [[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget Dr. Claw]], [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Giovanni]], [[Franchise/StarWars Emperor Palpatine]], [[ComicBook/{{Superman}} Lex Luthor]], and [[Film/AustinPowers Dr. Evil]] over the years gives many a reason to root for him. Plus, [[TheDragon Mr. Hinx]] has a CoolCar and is a mix of Oddjob's endurance, Jaws' strength and metal combat implants (fingernails instead of teeth) and Red Grant's methodical skills and cunning, as well as dogging Bond throughout the film. WordOfGod also notes that he was inspired by Franchise/TheTerminator when helping develop the character. Also, Mr. White is given a sympathetic backstory as to why he resigned from SPECTRE. So who do we hate in the film? Well, perhaps because of just how cool Blofeld, Mr. Hinx, and SPECTRE are, the viewer can see Max Denbigh as the movie's Hate Sink. From the start, he's an [[TyrantTakesTheHelm oily new superior]] who [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain expresses ignorant opinions on hot-button real-world issues]] [[spoiler:and furthermore, is a terrorist himself]]. And from the moment the audience learns he's a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors civilian contractor]] placed in charge of a merger between [=MI5=] and [=MI6=], [[TyrantTakesTheHelm we know he's going to be trouble]], and he proves it by acting like a SmugSnake to Bond and M and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything advocating the replacement of human agents with]] {{Attack Drone}}s and [[BigBrotherIsWatching mass surveillance]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he isn't just a corrupt sleazeball to begin with he's flat-out evil as [[BigBadDuumvirate he's in cahoots with Blofeld]] and plans to turn control of the new surveillance system he's designing over to him. At the end of the film, he suffers a KarmicDeath when he plummets to the bottom of the headquarters of the merged intelligence service, which he had paid for with SPECTRE blood money]]. It's easy to see why he has few fans both InUniverse and out.

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* HateSink: Since * HateSink: Ernst Stavro Blofeld represents EvilIsCool for the ''Film/JamesBond'' franchise and is the TropeCodifier for RightHandCat, BlofeldPloy and DiabolicalMastermind, has codified many tropes, not to mention being [[MagnificentBastard intelligent]], WickedCultured, and [[FauxAffablyEvil having idle banter with 007 despite planning to kill him]], but swift and deadly toward henchmen that fail him and driven by greed. Plus, having inspired many villains such as [[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget Dr. Claw]], [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Giovanni]], [[Franchise/StarWars Emperor Palpatine]], [[ComicBook/{{Superman}} Lex Luthor]], and [[Film/AustinPowers Dr. Evil]] over the years gives many a reason to root for him. Plus, [[TheDragon Mr. Hinx]] has a CoolCar and is a mix of Oddjob's endurance, Jaws' strength and metal combat implants (fingernails instead of teeth) and Red Grant's methodical skills and cunning, as well as dogging Bond throughout the film. WordOfGod also notes that he was inspired by Franchise/TheTerminator when helping develop the character. Also, Mr. White White, meanwhile, is given a sympathetic backstory as to why he resigned from SPECTRE. So who do we hate in the film? Well, perhaps Perhaps because of just how cool Blofeld, Mr. Hinx, and SPECTRE are, the viewer can see Max Denbigh as the movie's Hate Sink. From the start, he's an [[TyrantTakesTheHelm oily new superior]] who [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain expresses ignorant opinions on hot-button real-world issues]] [[spoiler:and furthermore, is a terrorist himself]]. And from From the moment the audience learns he's a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors civilian contractor]] placed in charge of a merger between [=MI5=] and [=MI6=], [[TyrantTakesTheHelm we know he's going to be trouble]], and he proves it by acting like a SmugSnake to Bond and M and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything advocating the replacement of human agents with]] with {{Attack Drone}}s and [[BigBrotherIsWatching mass surveillance]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he isn't just a corrupt sleazeball to begin with he's flat-out evil as [[BigBadDuumvirate he's in cahoots with Blofeld]] and plans to turn control of the new surveillance system he's designing over to him. At the end of the film, he suffers a KarmicDeath when he plummets to the bottom of the headquarters of the merged intelligence service, which he had paid for with SPECTRE blood money]]. It's easy to see why he has few fans both InUniverse and out.


* HobbesWasRight: [[spoiler:Best exemplified by this quote below once he's revealed to be a Blofeld flunky. He believes democracy is a total failure and thinks that only totalitarianism and BigBrotherIsWatching will solve all of the world's problems.]]
--->'''C:''' [[spoiler:[[StrawNihilist Take a look at the world]] [[CrapsackWorld chaos]]. Because people like you, paper-pushers and politicians, are too spineless to do what needs to be done [[BigBadDuumvirate so I made an alliance to put the power where it should be]], [[TheEvilsOfFreeWill and now you want to throw it away for the sake of democracy]], whatever the hell that is? How predictably moronic.]]

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* HobbesWasRight: [[spoiler:Best Best exemplified by this quote below his MotiveRant once he's revealed to [[spoiler:to be a Blofeld flunky.toady. He believes democracy is a total failure and thinks that only totalitarianism and BigBrotherIsWatching will solve all of the world's problems.]]
--->'''C:''' [[spoiler:[[StrawNihilist Take a look at the world]] [[CrapsackWorld chaos]]. Because people like you, paper-pushers and politicians, are too spineless to do what needs to be done [[BigBadDuumvirate so I made an alliance to put the power where it should be]], [[TheEvilsOfFreeWill and now you want to throw it away for the sake of democracy]], whatever the hell that is? How predictably moronic.
]]



* IDidWhatIHadToDo: [[spoiler:C tries to justify his MotiveRant during the climax, but M doesn't buy it [[ShutUpHannibal and]] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar calls him]] [[CountryMatters "careless"]].]]

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* IDidWhatIHadToDo: [[spoiler:C tries [[spoiler:Tries to justify his MotiveRant during the climax, but M doesn't buy it [[ShutUpHannibal and]] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar calls him]] [[CountryMatters "careless"]].]]



'''C:''' [[spoiler:[[StrawNihilist Take a look at the world]] [[CrapsackWorld chaos]]. Because people like you, paper-pushers and politicians, are too spineless to do what needs to be done [[BigBadDuumvirate so I made an alliance to put the power where it should be]], [[TheEvilsOfFreeWill and now you want to throw it away for the sake of democracy]], whatever the hell that is? How predictably moronic. ''[takes out his Glock 17 and points it at M]'' But then, isn't that what 'M' stands for 'moron'? ''[squeezes trigger, realizes the gun is unloaded]'']]\\

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'''C:''' [[spoiler:[[StrawNihilist Take a look at the world]] [[CrapsackWorld chaos]]. Because people like you, paper-pushers and politicians, are too spineless to do what needs to be done so I made [[BigBadDuumvirate so I made an alliance alliance]] to put the power where it should be]], be, [[TheEvilsOfFreeWill and now you want to throw it away for the sake of democracy]], whatever the hell that is? How predictably moronic. ''[takes out ''[aims his Glock 17 and points it at M]'' But then, isn't that what 'M' stands for 'moron'? ''[squeezes trigger, realizes the gun is unloaded]'']]\\



* TyrantTakesTheHelm: From the start, he's an [[TyrantTakesTheHelm oily new superior]] who [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain expresses ignorant opinions on hot-button real-world issues]] [[spoiler:and furthermore, is a terrorist himself]]. And from the moment the audience learns he's a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors civilian contractor]] placed in charge of a merger between [=MI5=] and [=MI6=], [[TyrantTakesTheHelm we know he's going to be trouble]], and he proves it by acting like a SmugSnake to Bond and M and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything advocating the replacement of human agents with]] {{Attack Drone}}s and [[BigBrotherIsWatching mass surveillance]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he's not just a sleazeball to begin with he's flat-out evil as [[BigBadDuumvirate he's in cahoots with Blofeld]] and plans to turn control of the new surveillance system he's designing over to him.]]

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* TyrantTakesTheHelm: From the start, he's an [[TyrantTakesTheHelm oily new superior]] superior who [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain expresses ignorant opinions on hot-button real-world issues]] [[spoiler:and furthermore, is a terrorist himself]]. And from the moment the audience learns he's a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors civilian contractor]] placed in charge of a merger between [=MI5=] and [=MI6=], [[TyrantTakesTheHelm we know he's going to be trouble]], and he proves it by acting like a SmugSnake to Bond and M and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything advocating the replacement of human agents with]] {{Attack Drone}}s and [[BigBrotherIsWatching mass surveillance]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler:he's not just a sleazeball to begin with he's flat-out evil as [[BigBadDuumvirate he's in cahoots with Blofeld]] and plans to turn control of the new surveillance system he's designing over to him.]]



* VillainHasAPoint: During his MotiveRant, [[spoiler:he points out the flaws of democracy, the failure of elected officials who don't get things done in time or fall back on their promises, and why totalitarianism will fix everything. Hence his rationale for siding with Blofeld in order to further facilitate his EvilPlan.]]

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* VillainHasAPoint: During his MotiveRant, [[spoiler:he points out the flaws of democracy, the failure of elected officials who don't get things done in time or fall back on their promises, and why totalitarianism will fix everything. Hence his rationale for siding with Blofeld in order to further facilitate his EvilPlan.]]



* VisionaryVillain: He envisions a world where 24/7 surveillance will protect humanity. Oberhauser even refers to him with the term "visionary" when [[spoiler:Bond asks if Denbeigh is his disciple]].

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* VisionaryVillain: He envisions a world where 24/7 surveillance will protect humanity. Oberhauser [[spoiler:Oberhauser even refers to him with the term "visionary" when [[spoiler:Bond Bond asks if Denbeigh is his disciple]].


* ChekhovsGun: Helicopters. Marco Sciarra attempts to escape Mexico City in one, before Bond kicks him out of it and he falls to his death. [[spoiler:At the end, Blofeld sets the detonators to blow up the old MI6 building and attempts to escape in a helicopter, but Bond shoots it down.]]

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* DeadAllAlong: He's long dead before the events of ''Spectre'' take place.


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* PlotBasedPhotographObfuscation: The photo Bond looks at early on in the film features him as a boy with the older Oberhauser and the face of the other boy has been burned away. This foreshadows the relationship between Bond and Franz, as Franz retains a whole copy of the photo.


Characters specific to the Film/JamesBond film ''Film/{{Spectre}}''. For those in the entire film franchise, see [[Characters/JamesBond here]].

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Characters specific to '''[[center: [- [[Characters/JamesBond Main Character Index]] -]]]'''

Character sheet for
the Film/JamesBond film ''Film/{{Spectre}}''. For those in the entire film franchise, see [[Characters/JamesBond here]].


!![=MI6=]

[[folder: James Bond]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondTheCharacter here]].
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[[folder: M]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondM here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Moneypenny]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondMoneypenny here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Q]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondQ here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Bill Tanner]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondRecurringCharacters here]].
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!!Bond's Allies



!!Villains



See his character sheet [[Characters/JamesBondBlofeld here]].

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See his character sheet -->See [[Characters/JamesBondBlofeld here]].



[[folder:Lucia Sciarra]]
!!Lucia Sciarra
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"You're crossing over to a place where there is no mercy..."'']]
->'''Played by:''' Creator/MonicaBellucci

The widow of Marco Sciarra, a high-ranking member of Spectre.

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[[folder:Lucia Sciarra]]
!!Lucia Sciarra
[[folder:Max Denbigh]]
!!Max Denbigh (C)
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/0_6_9.org/pmwiki/pub/images/0_6_49.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"You're crossing over [[caption-width-right:350:''"We're going to a place where there is no mercy..."'']]
bring British intelligence out of the dark ages... into the light."'']]

->'''Played by:''' Creator/MonicaBellucci

The widow
Creator/AndrewScott

Head
of Marco Sciarra, a high-ranking member the Joint Intelligence Service (the fusion of Spectre.[=MI5=] and [=MI6=] after the events of ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'') who wants to get rid of the 00 section in favor of mass surveillance. He is nicknamed C by James.



* MsFanservice: Considering the actress' age, she's 50 years old, the oldest woman Bond has ever seduced onscreen by far, and she can still rock a merrywidow-and-garters ensemble.
* RomancingTheWidow: [[spoiler:Bond doesn't let things like grief get in the way of his advances.]]
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:After Bond presses her for information, he tells her to find Felix Leiter, where she'll purportedly be safe in the American embassy. That's the entire extent of her contribution to the plot.]]
* WidowsWeeds: Right down to her underwear. Fitting, as she's (ostensibly) grieving for her dead husband.
* WidowWoman: She absolutely despised her husband but grieves at his death, not for his sake but hers - she's now a loose end to be cleaned up by Spectre.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Marco Sciarra]]
!!Marco Sciarra
->'''Played by:''' Alessandro Cremona

A high-ranking Spectre operative, he was assigned by Blofeld to stage a terrorist attack in Mexico City and assassinate Mr. White. Bond is tasked by the previous M to kill him. He's also the husband of Lucia Sciarra.
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* ChekhovsGun: Helicopters. Marco Sciarra attempts to escape Mexico City in one, before Bond kicks him out of it and he falls to his death. [[spoiler:At the end, Blofeld sets the detonators to blow up the old MI6 building and attempts to escape in a helicopter, but Bond shoots it down.]]
* DisneyVillainDeath: Bond kicks him and the pilot off the helicopter, leading to their deaths.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Even though he didn't get along with his wife, she still grieved at his death.
* PlotTriggeringDeath: His death leads to Bond uncovering the AwfulTruth behind Spectre.
* MinorCrimeRevealsMajorPlot: Sciarra's crimes in Mexico, while minor, not only reveals the ugly truth behind Spectre, but also [[spoiler:enables C's campaign to shut down the 00-agent program and hand the collective intel gathered by the world's major intelligence agencies to Blofeld.]]
* MinorMajorCharacter: Sciarra may have had limited screen time, but his death early on kicks off the film's plot.
* SafetyInMuggles: He attempts to elude Bond by walking through the Day of the Dead parade. It works, temporarily.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: His death is what leads Bond to find more about Spectre.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: His widowed wife Lucia talks with 007 about his death and sends him to a SPECTRE meeting in Rome, while Bond gets a WhatTheHellHero speech from M for his unauthorized mission in Mexico.
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[[folder:Max Denbigh]]
!!Max Denbigh (C)
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"We're going to bring British intelligence out of the dark ages... into the light."'']]

->'''Played by:''' Creator/AndrewScott

Head of the Joint Intelligence Service (the fusion of [=MI5=] and [=MI6=] after the events of ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'') who wants to get rid of the 00 section in favor of mass surveillance. He is nicknamed C by James.
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[[folder: Mr. White]]
See his character sheet [[Characters/JamesBondRecurringCharacters here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hannes Oberhauser]]
!!Hannes Oberhauser
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->'''Played by:''' Thomas Kretcshmann

An Austrian climbing and skiing instructor, he is the father of Franz Oberhauser and adopted Bond when he was an orphaned at a young age.

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[[folder: Mr. White]]
See his character sheet [[Characters/JamesBondRecurringCharacters here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hannes Oberhauser]]
!!Hannes Oberhauser
[[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hannesoberhauser.png]]

[[folder:Marco Sciarra]]
!!Marco Sciarra
->'''Played by:''' Thomas Kretcshmann

An Austrian climbing and skiing instructor, he is the father of Franz Oberhauser and adopted Bond when
Alessandro Cremona

A high-ranking Spectre operative,
he was an orphaned at assigned by Blofeld to stage a young age.terrorist attack in Mexico City and assassinate Mr. White. Bond is tasked by the previous M to kill him. He's also the husband of Lucia Sciarra.



* CoolTeacher: Taught skiing and climbing to Bond when he was in his teens.
* GoodParents: Hannes regarded an orphaned 007 as a second son, making him the GreaterScopeParagon to James.
* GoryDiscretionShot: While his death was done offscreen long before the events of ''Spectre'', the article also shows that Hannes was crushed to his death in the staged avalanche.
* GreaterScopeParagon: Became a ParentalSubstitute and mentor to a young 007, and 007 still holds him in high regards.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Hannes encouraged Franz to refer Bond as his younger brother, unaware that Franz was secretly bitter about this. After Bond moved out, Franz kills his own father in a staged avalanche out of pure malice.
* LikeASonToMe: After 007 lost his parents in a climbing accident, Hannes adopted him and began treating him like a second son. This causes Franz to be bitter about this, and [[{{Patricide}} kills him]] [[DrivenByEnvy out of envy]], before faking his death and creating Spectre.
* LikeFatherUnlikeSon: If we're going by the newspaper article about Hannes' death, it's shown that he was very nice towards his neighbors and son. He's a stark contrast to Franz, who later became to be a totally violent and psychopathic monster.
* MentorArchetype: Bond still held him in high regards even after his death, and was visibly angered when Franz told him that he committed {{Patricide}}.
* MinorMajorCharacter: He taught climbing and skiing in Kitzbühel before taking temporary custody of the young James Bond following the death of his parents in a climbing accident.
* NiceGuy: Implied to be the case, as the newspaper article shows that he was nice to his family and neighbors, and a stark contrast to his son, who turned out to be sociopathic.
* ParentalFavoritism: Franz resented his father caring for Bond. Bitter about this, he kills his own father out of nothing but a pure desire to be favored more than 007. And this is the main reason why Franz, now calling himself Blofeld, refers to Bond as a [[AnimalMetaphor "cuckoo hatching inside another bird's nest"]]. It doesn't excuse Franz of his crimes or his general villainy, [[FreudianExcuse but it gives a legitimate reason why]] he held [[ItsPersonal an enormous]] but totally IrrationalHatred of Bond. Blofeld blames his father for creating a wedge between him and Bond, but it was obviously the other way around.
* ParentalObliviousness: He didn't have the faintest clue that his son was plotting to kill him for showing ParentalFavoritism towards Bond.
* ParentalSubstitute: Adopted Bond after he lost his parents in a climbing accident. Bond regarded him as a substitute father.
* PlotTriggeringDeath: While Hannes was long dead, this also triggered the CainAndAbel relationship between Franz and James in later years.
* PosthumousCharacter: He was already dead by the time ''Spectre'' takes place, but his role formulated the CainAndAbel relationship between 007 and Blofeld in later years, and indirectly shaped the events of ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'' and ''Film/{{Spectre}}''.
* RelatedInTheAdaptation: He was an Austrian climbing and skiing instructor in ''Literature/OctopussyAndTheLivingDaylights'', but is Bond's foster father prior to the events of ''Spectre''.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: While he's dead by the time ''Spectre'' takes place, it's shown that much of the film's plot occurred because Hannes showed ParentalFavoritism towards Bond after he was orphaned, causing Franz to kill him out of jealousy. His death also indirectly shaped the events of ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}''
* StrongFamilyResemblance: The newspaper article about his death shows Blofeld sharing some of his father's facial features.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Showing ParentalFavoritism towards Bond is what caused Franz to kill him out of jealousy by murdering him in a staged avalanche and become a DiabolicalMastermind.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He's mentioned in a newspaper article regarding his death, an adoption letter that allowed Bond's aunt Charmain to grant Hannes temporary custodianship of a young James, alongside Franz giving his MotiveRant on why he killed his father.

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* CoolTeacher: Taught skiing ChekhovsGun: Helicopters. Marco Sciarra attempts to escape Mexico City in one, before Bond kicks him out of it and climbing he falls to his death. [[spoiler:At the end, Blofeld sets the detonators to blow up the old MI6 building and attempts to escape in a helicopter, but Bond shoots it down.]]
* DisneyVillainDeath: Bond kicks him and the pilot off the helicopter, leading to their deaths.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Even though he didn't get along with his wife, she still grieved at his death.
* PlotTriggeringDeath: His death leads
to Bond when he was in his teens.
* GoodParents: Hannes regarded an orphaned 007 as a second son, making him
uncovering the GreaterScopeParagon to James.
* GoryDiscretionShot: While his death was done offscreen long before the events of ''Spectre'', the article also shows that Hannes was crushed to his death in the staged avalanche.
* GreaterScopeParagon: Became a ParentalSubstitute and mentor to a young 007, and 007 still holds him in high regards.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Hannes encouraged Franz to refer Bond as his younger brother, unaware that Franz was secretly bitter about this. After Bond moved out, Franz kills his own father in a staged avalanche out of pure malice.
* LikeASonToMe: After 007 lost his parents in a climbing accident, Hannes adopted him and began treating him like a second son. This causes Franz to be bitter about this, and [[{{Patricide}} kills him]] [[DrivenByEnvy out of envy]], before faking his death and creating
AwfulTruth behind Spectre.
* LikeFatherUnlikeSon: If we're going MinorCrimeRevealsMajorPlot: Sciarra's crimes in Mexico, while minor, not only reveals the ugly truth behind Spectre, but also [[spoiler:enables C's campaign to shut down the 00-agent program and hand the collective intel gathered by the newspaper article about Hannes' death, it's shown that he was very nice towards his neighbors and son. He's a stark contrast world's major intelligence agencies to Franz, who later became to be a totally violent and psychopathic monster.
* MentorArchetype: Bond still held him in high regards even after his death, and was visibly angered when Franz told him that he committed {{Patricide}}.
Blofeld.]]
* MinorMajorCharacter: He taught climbing and skiing in Kitzbühel before taking temporary custody of the young James Bond following the death of his parents in a climbing accident.
* NiceGuy: Implied to be the case, as the newspaper article shows that he was nice to his family and neighbors, and a stark contrast to his son, who turned out to be sociopathic.
* ParentalFavoritism: Franz resented his father caring for Bond. Bitter about this, he kills his own father out of nothing but a pure desire to be favored more than 007. And this is the main reason why Franz, now calling himself Blofeld, refers to Bond as a [[AnimalMetaphor "cuckoo hatching inside another bird's nest"]]. It doesn't excuse Franz of his crimes or his general villainy, [[FreudianExcuse but it gives a legitimate reason why]] he held [[ItsPersonal an enormous]] but totally IrrationalHatred of Bond. Blofeld blames his father for creating a wedge between him and Bond, but it was obviously the other way around.
* ParentalObliviousness: He didn't
Sciarra may have the faintest clue that his son was plotting to kill him for showing ParentalFavoritism towards Bond.
* ParentalSubstitute: Adopted Bond after he lost his parents in a climbing accident. Bond regarded him as a substitute father.
* PlotTriggeringDeath: While Hannes was long dead, this also triggered the CainAndAbel relationship between Franz and James in later years.
* PosthumousCharacter: He was already dead by the time ''Spectre'' takes place,
had limited screen time, but his role formulated death early on kicks off the CainAndAbel relationship between 007 and Blofeld in later years, and indirectly shaped film's plot.
* SafetyInMuggles: He attempts to elude Bond by walking through
the events Day of ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'' and ''Film/{{Spectre}}''.
* RelatedInTheAdaptation: He was an Austrian climbing and skiing instructor in ''Literature/OctopussyAndTheLivingDaylights'', but is Bond's foster father prior to
the events of ''Spectre''.
Dead parade. It works, temporarily.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: While he's dead by the time ''Spectre'' takes place, it's shown that much of the film's plot occurred because Hannes showed ParentalFavoritism towards Bond after he was orphaned, causing Franz to kill him out of jealousy. His death also indirectly shaped the events of ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}''
* StrongFamilyResemblance: The newspaper article about his death shows Blofeld sharing some of his father's facial features.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Showing ParentalFavoritism towards Bond
is what caused Franz leads Bond to kill him out of jealousy by murdering him in a staged avalanche and become a DiabolicalMastermind.
find more about Spectre.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He's mentioned in a newspaper article regarding His widowed wife Lucia talks with 007 about his death, an adoption letter that allowed Bond's aunt Charmain death and sends him to grant Hannes temporary custodianship of a young James, alongside Franz giving SPECTRE meeting in Rome, while Bond gets a WhatTheHellHero speech from M for his MotiveRant on why he killed his father.unauthorized mission in Mexico.


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!!Other Characters

[[folder: Mr. White]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondRecurringCharacters here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Lucia Sciarra]]
!!Lucia Sciarra
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/0_6_9.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"You're crossing over to a place where there is no mercy..."'']]
->'''Played by:''' Creator/MonicaBellucci

The widow of Marco Sciarra, a high-ranking member of Spectre.
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* MsFanservice: Considering the actress' age, she's 50 years old, the oldest woman Bond has ever seduced onscreen by far, and she can still rock a merrywidow-and-garters ensemble.
* RomancingTheWidow: [[spoiler:Bond doesn't let things like grief get in the way of his advances.]]
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:After Bond presses her for information, he tells her to find Felix Leiter, where she'll purportedly be safe in the American embassy. That's the entire extent of her contribution to the plot.]]
* WidowsWeeds: Right down to her underwear. Fitting, as she's (ostensibly) grieving for her dead husband.
* WidowWoman: She absolutely despised her husband but grieves at his death, not for his sake but hers - she's now a loose end to be cleaned up by Spectre.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hannes Oberhauser]]
!!Hannes Oberhauser
[[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hannesoberhauser.png]]

->'''Played by:''' Thomas Kretcshmann

An Austrian climbing and skiing instructor, he is the father of Franz Oberhauser and adopted Bond when he was an orphaned at a young age.
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* CoolTeacher: Taught skiing and climbing to Bond when he was in his teens.
* GoodParents: Hannes regarded an orphaned 007 as a second son, making him the GreaterScopeParagon to James.
* GoryDiscretionShot: While his death was done offscreen long before the events of ''Spectre'', the article also shows that Hannes was crushed to his death in the staged avalanche.
* GreaterScopeParagon: Became a ParentalSubstitute and mentor to a young 007, and 007 still holds him in high regards.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Hannes encouraged Franz to refer Bond as his younger brother, unaware that Franz was secretly bitter about this. After Bond moved out, Franz kills his own father in a staged avalanche out of pure malice.
* LikeASonToMe: After 007 lost his parents in a climbing accident, Hannes adopted him and began treating him like a second son. This causes Franz to be bitter about this, and [[{{Patricide}} kills him]] [[DrivenByEnvy out of envy]], before faking his death and creating Spectre.
* LikeFatherUnlikeSon: If we're going by the newspaper article about Hannes' death, it's shown that he was very nice towards his neighbors and son. He's a stark contrast to Franz, who later became to be a totally violent and psychopathic monster.
* MentorArchetype: Bond still held him in high regards even after his death, and was visibly angered when Franz told him that he committed {{Patricide}}.
* MinorMajorCharacter: He taught climbing and skiing in Kitzbühel before taking temporary custody of the young James Bond following the death of his parents in a climbing accident.
* NiceGuy: Implied to be the case, as the newspaper article shows that he was nice to his family and neighbors, and a stark contrast to his son, who turned out to be sociopathic.
* ParentalFavoritism: Franz resented his father caring for Bond. Bitter about this, he kills his own father out of nothing but a pure desire to be favored more than 007. And this is the main reason why Franz, now calling himself Blofeld, refers to Bond as a [[AnimalMetaphor "cuckoo hatching inside another bird's nest"]]. It doesn't excuse Franz of his crimes or his general villainy, [[FreudianExcuse but it gives a legitimate reason why]] he held [[ItsPersonal an enormous]] but totally IrrationalHatred of Bond. Blofeld blames his father for creating a wedge between him and Bond, but it was obviously the other way around.
* ParentalObliviousness: He didn't have the faintest clue that his son was plotting to kill him for showing ParentalFavoritism towards Bond.
* ParentalSubstitute: Adopted Bond after he lost his parents in a climbing accident. Bond regarded him as a substitute father.
* PlotTriggeringDeath: While Hannes was long dead, this also triggered the CainAndAbel relationship between Franz and James in later years.
* PosthumousCharacter: He was already dead by the time ''Spectre'' takes place, but his role formulated the CainAndAbel relationship between 007 and Blofeld in later years, and indirectly shaped the events of ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'' and ''Film/{{Spectre}}''.
* RelatedInTheAdaptation: He was an Austrian climbing and skiing instructor in ''Literature/OctopussyAndTheLivingDaylights'', but is Bond's foster father prior to the events of ''Spectre''.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: While he's dead by the time ''Spectre'' takes place, it's shown that much of the film's plot occurred because Hannes showed ParentalFavoritism towards Bond after he was orphaned, causing Franz to kill him out of jealousy. His death also indirectly shaped the events of ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}''
* StrongFamilyResemblance: The newspaper article about his death shows Blofeld sharing some of his father's facial features.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Showing ParentalFavoritism towards Bond is what caused Franz to kill him out of jealousy by murdering him in a staged avalanche and become a DiabolicalMastermind.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: He's mentioned in a newspaper article regarding his death, an adoption letter that allowed Bond's aunt Charmain to grant Hannes temporary custodianship of a young James, alongside Franz giving his MotiveRant on why he killed his father.
[[/folder]]


* UncertainDoom: [[spoiler:His actual death has not been shown on-screen. His apparent demise is made doubly suspect given that Bautista has signed on to return as Hinx in Craig's final outing.]]

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* UncertainDoom: [[spoiler:His actual death has not been shown on-screen. His apparent demise is made doubly suspect given that Bautista has signed on expressed willingness to return as Hinx in Craig's final outing.Hinx, which queued a lot of HesJustHiding from the fandom.]]

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* EvilRunningGood: C effortlessly concocts his [[spoiler:EvilPlan without being suspected as a Spectre agent. This way, Spectre will have unlimited access to the data gathered from the "Nine Eyes" project, and use it to secretly dominate the world and destroy anybody who tries to meddle in their affairs. Heck, they even do more harm to MI6 in the long run than in the original continuity. The Centre for National Security is actually a front for Spectre.]]


* IDidWhatIHadToDo: [[spoiler:C tries to justify his MotiveRant during the climax, but M doesn't buy it [[ShutUpHannibal and]] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar calls him]] [[CountryMatters"careless"]].]]

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* IDidWhatIHadToDo: [[spoiler:C tries to justify his MotiveRant during the climax, but M doesn't buy it [[ShutUpHannibal and]] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar calls him]] [[CountryMatters"careless"]].[[CountryMatters "careless"]].]]


* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:Given how he was a JerkAss who was EvilAllAlong, nobody felt sorry for his DisneyVillainDeath.]]

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* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:Given how he was a JerkAss {{jerkass}} who was EvilAllAlong, nobody felt sorry for his DisneyVillainDeath.]]


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* FamousLastWords: "Why can't you just face it, M? You don't matter anymore." [[spoiler:Said to M just before they get into a struggle with M's gun, eventually leading to Max falling to his death]].

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* IDidWhatIHadToDo: [[spoiler:C tries to justify his MotiveRant during the climax, but M doesn't buy it [[ShutUpHannibal and]] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar calls him]] [[CountryMatters"careless"]].]]

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