Harriet the Spy

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  38. ^ PROTOCOL ENTERTAINMENT TO CREATE "HARRIET THE SPY" LIVE-ACTION SERIES TO BE DISTRIBUTED BY MAINFRAME ENTERTAINMENT.
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