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  1. Robbie Coltraine, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, 2001.    A Hollywood director was bad enough, but Warner Bros seemed determined to ruin its hoped-for franchise by also considering a US cast: Liam Aiken as Harry, Rose O’Donnell as Ron Weasleyl’s mother and Williams as the 8ft. Rubeus Hagrid. They were keen, offering to work for free!) Wiser heads prevailed (mainly author JK Rowling’s) and, in fact, Coltrane was the first actor cast for the franchise.  
  2. Robert Joy, Desperately Seeking Susan, 1985.     After horsing around in tests with Madonna in three ear-rings, tattoos and chopped hair (and she didn't look any better),he decided to do some Moonlighting TV tests as well...
  3. Matthew Modine, Full Metal Jacket, 1987.    “I got the call two daysbefore we were to start the first Moonlighting.I was crushed!I’d alwaysbeena student ofthe Vietnam war. As it turned out,it took them two years to complete the film and get it out. So, everything happens for a reason.”
  4. Mel Gibson, Lethal Weapon, 1987.        In all, 39 possibilities for the  off-kilter, ’Nam vet cop Martin Riggs - not as mentally-deranged as in early drafts (he used a rocket launcher on one guy!)  Some ideas were inevitable: Alec Baldwin, Michael Biehn (shooting Aliens), Jeff Bridges, Michael Douglas, Harrison Ford, Richard Gere, Al Pacino, Sean Penn, William Petersen, Dennis Quaid, Christopher Reeve, Kurt Russell, Charlie Sheen, Sylvester Stallone, John Travolta, Bruce Willis. Some were inspired: Bryan Brown, Nicolas Cage, Willem Dafoe, Jeff Goldblum (he inherited Gibson’s role in The Fly), William Hurt (too dark for Warner Bros), Michael Keaton, Michael Madsen, Liam Neeson, Eric Roberts. Some were insipid: Jim Belushi, Pierce Brosnan, Kevin Costner, Kevin Kline, Stephen Lang, Michael Nouri (he joined another cop duo in The Hidden),  Patrick Swayze. Plus TV cops  Don  Johnson, Tom Selleck… three foreign LA cops:  Austrian Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dutch Rutger Hauer and French Christophe(r) Lambert. And the inevitable (Aussie) outsider Richard Norton.  Willis inherited Gibson’s Die Hard…and just to complicate things further, Die Hard With A Vengeance, 1994,was first penned as sequel to… (this is where we came in)… Lethal Weapon.
  5. Whoopi Goldberg, The Burglar, 1987.     Whoopi had been set as his sidekick. “Bruce didn’t sign,” recalled Whoopi, “the studio cannedthe project.I called a week after:‘I can do this’ And they said: ‘Of course!'’My attitude is I can play anything.”
  6. Roddy Piper, They Live, 1987The pitch was fine:Drifter finds some sunglasses that let him to see that aliens have taken over the Earth. And, apparently, the film.  Lousy! Which is probably why 18 other big guns, said nadato being Nada: Willis,Alec Baldwin, Michael Biehn, Jeff Bridges, Tom Cruise, Harrison Ford, Mel Gibson, Tommy Lee Jones, Michael Keaton, Christophe(r) Lambert, Dolph Lundgren, Bill Paxton, Ron Perlman, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Patrick Swayze, Jean-Claude Van Damme (plus three mere pistols: Brian Bosworth, Bruce Campbell, Stephen Lang).  And the less said about Russell’s wrestler replacement, the better.“Just John Carpenter as usual,” said the Washington Post,  “trying to dig deep with a toy shovel.”
  7. Michael Douglas, Fatal Attraction, 1987.
  8. Michael Keaton, Batman, 1988.
  9. Charles Grodin, Midnight Run, 1987.  In the frame for Jonathan "The Duke" Mardukas were Albert Brooks, Chevy Chase, Cher (oh yes!), Steve Martin, Bill Murray, Robin Williams. Plus  Bruce Willis - also up for Robert De Niro’s skip-tracer, or modern-day bounty-hunter, dragging Grodin’s hysterical embezzler ($15m!) back to Vegas… with the FBI and the Mob chasing them.   Rejected by the studio meant Willis was freeto take a chance with Die Hard.  Both films opened the same week.  This explains why so few people ever heard of Midnight Run.
  10. Michael Keaton, Clean and Sober, 1989.      Keaton’s last four films had bellied-up. Warners wanted Willis. Hewas the top TV name - and his TV producer was turning director with this project. Executives could not fathom him rejecting Bruce - or Tom Hanks. Keaton wasn’t sure about playing the coke-snorting, alcoholic, promiscuous, thieving, lying scumbag until Bruce told him:“You're crazy if you don't.”

  11. Kurt Russell, Tango and Cash, 1989.   ‘Tius the season for cops – and he had the choice of two…   Sylvester Stallone was Raymond Tango – without question. But who would he accept as his equally frame cop pardner, Gabriel Cash? After Patrick Swayze ran (to solo billing in Road House), the list was long… Willis, Michael Biehn, Pierce Brosnan, Kevin Costner, Harrison Ford, Richard Gere, Mel Gibson, Don Johnson, Michael Keaton, Ray Liotta, Liam Neeson, Michael Nouri, Gary Oldman, Robert Patrick, Bill Paxton, Ron Perlman, Dennis Quaid, Gary Sinise, and James Woods. It took 21 years, but Willis finally worked with Stallone on two chapters of his Expendables – then wanted too many millions for the third.
  12. Patrick Swayze, Next of Kin, 1989.   Next...?   Country bumpkins v the Mafia. Again. For the hero of his respun Raw Deal, 1985, UK director John Irvin went from The Obvious Aces: Kevin Costner, Tom Cruise, Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford, Richard Gere, Mel Gibson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis… to the Tango and Cash possibles: Michael Biehn, Jeff Bridges, Pierce Brosnan, Kurt Rusell… plus The Also-Rans: Tommy Lee Jones, Kris Kristofferson, Dennis Quaid. And even French Christopher Lambert, Swedish Dolph Lundgren and Belgian Jean Claude Van Damme… for a Chicago cop!
  13. Patrick Swayze, Ghost, 1990.    “I simply could not see how a romance between a ghost and a living person would work. D’oh!”His wife, Demi Moore,was the co-star but he felt thought playing a ghost would be detrimental to his career. He learned his lesson.Hewas aghost in his best work, The Sixth Sense, 1999.

  14. Michael Madsen, Thelma & Louise, 1990.
  15. James Belushi, Curly Sue, 1990.     Willis, Bill Murray and John Travolta were in the loop for Bill Dancer in John Hughes’ final film - a kind of Paper Moon II.    Murray was midway through What About Bob?  Travolta was shooting Look Who’s Talking Too… with Willis voicing baby Mikey again. But the problem was money.   As per often, Willis’ agent wanted a bank. Or two. 

  16. Jeff Bridges, The Fisher King, 1991.  
    “The thing that’s always impressed me about Bruce,” explains director Terry Gilliam, “is a scene in the first Die Hard, where he’s in the loo picking glass out of his feet, on the phone to his wife, and he’s crying.When I first met him, I mentioned that and he said: ‘Well, that was my idea, really, the crying bit.’ I thought: ‘Mmm, this is interesting.    He’s got a lot more going on than he pretends. Plus “one of the finest bald heads I’ve everseen,” he added on the set of their 12 Monkey, 1995, when he calmly gave Bruce a list of his acting clichés to avoid, including the “steely blue eyes look.”

  17. Michael Douglas, Basic Instinct, 1991.
  18. John Travolta, Pulp Fiction, 1993.   
  19. Keanu Reeves, Speed, 1993.  There were  30 stars queuing for Die Hard On A Bus. From A Listers Jeff Bridges, Kevin Costner, Tom Cruise, Michael Douglas, Harrison Ford, Richard Gere, Mel Gibson, Tom Hanks, Kurt Russell, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Patrick Swayze, even Mr Die Hard, himself, Bruce Willis… to the B group: Kevin Bacon, three Baldwin brothers (Alec, Stephen and William), Michael Biehn, Bruce Campbell, George Clooney, Johnny Depp, Richard Dreyfuss, Michael Keaton, Christophe(r) Lambert, Viggo Mortensen, Dennis Quaid, Mickey Rourke, Tom Selleck… and two also-rans  Bruce Campbell and Chuck Norris.  All crushed by a whippersnapper!

  20. David Thewlis, The Island Of Dr Moreau, 1995.
    A real disaster movie…    The original director Richard Stanley tells all. He had persuaded Marlon Brando to play the doc. “So then it was necessary to [find] a box office draw. We immediately went after Bruce Willis for the castaway. Bruce was looking for something different to do at that point in time - immediately pre-Sixth Sense.  He really liked the script, and like everyone else, wanted to work with Brando.” But… Willis quit to deal with his divorce from Demi Moore. Val Kilmer wanted to leave “the crazy shoot” to deal with his divorce from Joanne Whalley. Brando’s daughter, Cheyenne, committed suicide. And new helmer John Frankenheimer never knew Stanley had joined the extras… Brando welcomed Thewlis by saying: “Go home, David. This is not a good film to work on. It is cursed.” Thewlis could say much more about the making of the farce - but feared such honesty would kill his career.

  21. Tom Cruise, Jerry Maguire, 1996.    Super-Tom One, Hanks, was into his helming debut, The Thing That You Do, 1996. Super-Tom Two, Cruise, said: “I may not be right for this but let me just read for you.” And Super-Tom-One added: “It couldn’t have been anyone but Cruise.” Except auteur Cameron Crowe had also considered Willis, Tim Allen (briefly, thankfully), Alec Baldwin, Edward Burns (who reccommended his latest co-star, Connie Britton, for Dorothy; they both came second), Johnny Depp, Sean Penn (from Crowe’s first script, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, 1981), John Travolta.
  22. John Travolta, Get Shorty, 1995.     Nobody wanted to be Chili Palmer, themobster going to Hollywood: Robert De Niro, Danny De Vito, Michael Keaton, or Bruce. Nor even Dustin Hoffman. Elmore Leonard said Shorty (De Vito as movie star Martin Weir) was based on his 1986 dealings with Hoffman about the never made La Bravo.
  23. Tom Cruise, Mission: Impossible, 1995.     Before Tom Cruise and JJ Abrams took it on - for 20-plus years! - Paramount had offered the (expected) franchise to Willis, Nicolas Cage, George Clooney, Mel Gibson, John Travota. And, inexplicably, Ralph Fiennnes… who made a right dog’s breakfast out of another TV cult hero, John Steed, in The Avengers three years later.
  24. Wesley Snipes, Murder At 1600, 1997.        Er, Die Hard At The White House...
  25. Steven Seagal, Fire Down Below, 1997.   Die Hard In Appalachia...Bruce had outlived such trash as a guitar-strumming, singing environmental protection agent. So now Seagal was picking up Willis leavings… and had the flicflick Seagaled up. Or dumbed down. (Same thing).   Result: The box office flop of his life and the abrupt end of hisk Warner Bros deal after Exit Wounds, 2001. He came back three years later, slimmer, sansponytail, but into 16 direct-to-video thud ’n’ blunders. Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy.
  26. Jackie Chan, An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn, 1997.      For what started as Amok, scenarist Joe Eszterhas wanted all three supertoughs to play themselves: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Brucie. Sending up Hollywood was one thing, but Willis did not go for sending himself up. Again. (He’d done that for Robert Altman in The Player, 1992). So, Brucepassed. So did his body-double.
  27. John Travolta, The General's Daughter, 1998.      Die Hard On An Army Camp...  passed by Willis and Michael Douglas to Travolta. Rolling Stone called it: Southern gumbo simmering in Gothic cliché.
  28. BD Wong & Donny Osmond, Mulan, 1998.     Willis could have managed both chores. But Disney preferred Wong (Dr Henry Wu in Jurassic Park) talking as Shang - with Osmond singing his songs. (For China, Chang was dubbed by Jackie Chan).
  29. Kevin Spacey, American Beauty, 1998.      Chevy Chase, Kevin Costner, Jeff Daniels, Tom Hanks,  Woody Harrels (!)  and  John Travolta were also in the mix for the miserable spouse/father, Lester Burnham. UK stage director Sam Mendes fought hard  for Spacey. “There’s one thing better than having a really good actor, and that’s having a really good actor who has never done this kind of role before.” Spacey won his second Oscar despite masturbating in the shower - the high point of Lester’s  day: “it's all downhill from here.”
  30. Alec Baldwin, The Simpsons #208:  When You Dish Upon A Star,TV, 1998.  Since its 1989 birth, the yellowtoon family Simpson smashed records for episodes, audiences, and the most guest stars (as themselves or others). From Buzz Aldrin, Glenn Close (Homer’s Mom), Dennis Franz (Evil Homer!), George Harrison, Stephen Hawking, Dustin Hoffman, Bob Hope, Eric Idle to Paul and Linda McCartney, Conan O’Brien (a Simpsons writer made good), Michelle Pfeiffer, Mickey Rooney, Ringo Starr, Meryl Streep plus Barry (and Betty) White! Not all celebs played ball. Willis refused a second inviote – and his then-wife, Demi Moore, with him. Other candidates for the celeb couple were Tom Cruise-Nicole Kidman, Kurt Russell-Goldie Hawn… and Alec Baldwin-Kim Basinger, who said: Sure! Eventually leading Baldwin’s unknown funny-bone into 30 Rock, 2006-2013.

  31. Al Pacino, Any Given Sunday, 1999.     So, writer-director Oliver Stone turned to Pacino. “Hair loss is God's way of telling me I'm human.”
  32. Denzel Washington, Training Day, 2000.     Denzel got an Oscar.  Well, he’s a better adlibber than Willis.  (Or Gary Sinise and Tom Sizemore). 
  33. Richard Gere, Unfaithful, 2001.   For Adrian Lyne’s passionate US update of Madame Bovary, Willis, George Clooney, Johnny Depp, Robert Redford, John Travolta were also up for Diane Lane’s husband - unaware she’s playing away. Chicago critic Roger Ebert reported her French lover Olivier Martinez could suspend a woman indefinitely in any position during sex. French guys adored this commercial for Ze French lurverrrrs!
  34. George Clooney, Ocean’s Eleven, 2001.    First signed as Danny Ocean, the over-scheduled Willis later agreed to be Terry Benedict -  who kicked Danny off  the Vegas Strip and wed his gal, Julia Roberts. During a 20189 Comedy Central roast of Willis, his ex-wife Demi Moore said:“Bruce considered the end of our marriage his biggest failure. Bruce, don’t be so hard on yourself, you had much bigger failures: Planet Hollywood, Hudson Hawk… campaigning for Michael Dukakis, turning down Clooney’s role in Ocean’s Elevento focus on playing the harmonica.”

  35. Andy Garcia, Ocean’s Eleven, 2001.       But...  “I’m a big fan of Clooney  but I kinda wanna save it up for when it’s just me and him...  Another bad choice! Andy did a great job with it, and the rest is history.”Bruce  turned up for the sequel,  Ocean’s Twelve, 2004, as... Bruce Willis.

  36. Richard Gere, Unfaithful, 2001.    For Adrian Lyne’spassionate US update of Madame Bovary, Willis, George Clooney, Johnny Depp, Robert Redford, John Travolta were also up for Diane Lane’s husband - unaware she’s playing away. Chicago critic Roger Ebert reported her French lover Olivier Martinez couldsuspend a woman indefinitely in any position during sex. French guys adored this commercial for Ze French lurverrrrs!
  37. Billy Bob Thornton, Bandits, 2001.    Quentin Tarantino snapped up the best Elmore Leonard books, leaving the bad to Bruce, et al. Finally, this script had nothing to do with the book and Willis passed his lowly role to Billy Bob and took over the lead once Val Kilmer flew the coop.

  38. Johnny Depp, Once Upon A Time In Mexico, 2003.      Enjoying the film so much when he finished playing Sands (set for Clooney, offered to Nicolas Cage, Sean Penn, Kurt Russell and Bruce), Depp asked for another part and had even more fun channeling Brando as a priest in a scene with Banderas.
  39. Denzel Washington, Man on Fire, 2004.     Three of his previous starts - Bruce, Robert De Niro, Will Smith were offered the lead of UK director Tony Scott’s re-make of the thriller he was supposed to have made in 1987. None had Denzel’s vulnerability.
  40. Kevin Spacey, Beyond The Sea, 2004.     Six writers, 17 years, 20 producers asthe biopic of singer Bobby Darin traversed Brucie (in 1987), plus Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, Barry Levinson, Paul Schrader... Spacey did it right by his idol- as actor, auteur, singer - on the cheap in Germany.

  41. Vin Diesel, The Pacifier, 2004.     Actor Thomas Lennon is a Jackie Chan fan. Imagine his disappointment when having co-written this tough-guy turns baby-sitter comedy exclusively for Chan, the Hong Kong superstar turned it down. Willis and Dwayne Johnson also passed. No matter, Lennon’s cut of the Diesel version doubtless made up for it.
  42. Will Smith, Jersey Girl, 2004.     Bruce was unavailable, sopoor Will was the guesting movie icon trashed by Ben Affleck’s Ollie. By the time writer-director Kevin Smith’s movie opened, it and Affleck were trashed by the public after all the unabated tabloid furore on his affair with co-star Jennifer Lopez.
  43. Michael Chiklis, Fantastic Four, 2004.   A totally stupid - choice for Ben Grimm, aka The Thing... after a daily three hours of make-up. The great James Gadfolfini was also also lucky to lose this mess, the second of four flop versions of the comic. One day, Marvel will doubtless regain all rights and fit the Four into its triumphant Cinematic Universe.  Fox tried Willis again ten years later…
  44. Karl Urban, Black Water Transit, 2007. When Willis tried make the non-thrilling thriller in 2006, he called his Die Hard 4 mate to join him - as Jack. When Willis split, Sam was offered Bruce’s role of Earl Pike… finally cranked out by Urban. Never seen in any cinema since its market screening (ie looking for buyers) at the 2009 Cannes festival. Transit transferred direct to video.
  45. Larry Bishop, Hell Ride, 2007.  Quentin Tarantino loved The Savage Seven, 1967, and told the star, Larry Bishop, that he was destined to make the best ever biker movie - Larry directing, QT producing. “Any film that gets Dennis Hopper back on a motorcycle can’t be all bad,” said critic Keith Phillips. “ButHell Ridesure tries to be.”  As for Tarantino’s connection, Roger Ebert simply said: “Shame on him.” Yeah Rog, but he thought better of acting in it - splitting to play Ringo in Takashi Miike’s sukiyaki Western, Django,based on guys created by one of his idols, Sergio Corbucci. Bishop was a biker in The Devil's 8, Angels Unchained and Chrome and Hot Leather. Pistolero was named after the original title of Robert Rodriguez’ Desperado.
  46. Brad Pitt, Inglourious Basterds, 2008.    Quentin Tarantino had the title since 1998 - the US title but not the story of Enzo G Casterllari’s 1978 spaghetti war saga, Quel maledetto trena blindato.The first casting (Michael Madsen, Eddie Murphy, TimRoth, Adam Sandler) was sideswiped by first making Kill Bills, 2003/4. Next, QT (aka Cute) failed to achieve his dream of having Arnie, Bruce and Sly in the same movie - a feat achieved by direactor Stallone in The Expendables, 2009).
  47. Liam Neeson, The A Team, 2009.        Rather obvious early idea for the role of Captain John “Hannibal” Smith.
  48. James Gandolfini, Violet & Daisy, 2011.    Willis was consided as the literal target of the black comedy’s teenage assassins. Instead, said Saoirse Ronan (Daisy): “We’re sent to kill Tony Soprano - which is mad.”
  49. Daniel Craig, Cowboys and Aliens, 2011.   The great title (better than the movie) had been stuck in Development Hell since 1997 which explains why such superstars as Brendan Fraser, Chuck Norris and Mr T (!) had been invited to saddle up as the outlaw hero Jake Lonergan. So were Willis, Jackie Chan, Robert Downey Jr, Bill Paxton and   Kurt Russell.
  50. Sylvester Stallone, Escape Plan, 2012.    In what was going to be a new occupation for him, Willis was first attached to thisa thriller about... wait for it... a structural security expert.  He’s jailed in a master prison he designed. Now all he, well Sly, has to do is... escape. Oh and find who framed him.

  51. Harrison Ford, The Expendables III, 2013.
    When he is asked where Church is, Ford’s character replied: "He's out of the picture." Literally! Furthermore, the franchise’s shocked star and creator  Sylvester Stallone famously called Willis “greedy and lazy  - a sure formula for career failure” - for demanding $1m per day for his four days in Bulgaria - not the $3m offered. Sly then staggered Willis with his next Tweet: WILLIS OUT… HARRISON FORD IN!!!! GREAT NEWS!!!!! Been waiting years for this.”

  52. Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Solace, 2013.     Once upon a prime, this was supposed to be a Se7en sequel - called Ei8ht, what else? - with Brucie as the top cop hunting a (all together now) serial killer. The awful result was shelved for close on two years before being dumped in the DVD bin!   
  53. George Clooney, Gravity, 2013.       He’d done the space thing with Armageddon, 1997… When Robert Downey Jr ejected from the science fiction marvel (“technology and Robert are incompatible,” explained Alfonso Cuaron), the Mexican auteur talked “with a bunch of people” for astronaut Matt Kowalski - Willis, Kevin Costner, Daniel Craig, Russell Crowe, Tom Cruise, Harrison Ford, John Travolta, Denzel Washington. Most backed off, annoyed that the woman astronaut, Sandra Bullock, had most of the film entirely to herself.   
  54. Jamie Bell, Fantastic Four, 2014.      OK, Brucey-baby, how about just voicing da dude… ?  Plan A for the second Fox sequel was Harry Potter director David Yates in charge of Eve as Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman. Plus Adrian Brody as Reed Richards/Mr Fantastic and Willis or Kiefer Sutherland simply voicing Ben Grimm/The Thing. With the subtitle: Reborn. Plan B? Josh Trank’s version - stillborn! Film flopped. (Only ever made to save the rights). Hollywood Reporter critic Todd McCarthy slapped it down as “a 100-minute trailer for a movie that never happens.”Marvel icon Stan Lee saw it coming and refused his usual seal-of-approval cameo.
  55. Steve Carell, Café Society, 2015.     He was canned when auteur Woody Allen and his cast had enough of Willis’ bad behavior and never knowing his lines. Woody, himself, was more diplomatic. “I shot a few scenes in California with Bruce Willis, and Bruce was going to do something on Broadway [Misery] and it was just too much for him. So we replaced him with Steve Carell” - his second Woody, after Melinda and Melinda, 2003. This was Allen’s 52nd script and his third to open the Cannes festival.
  56. Kurt Russell, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, 2016.   Aged between Christopher Plummer and Max Von Sydow’s 87 and Matthew McConaughey’s 47,  fifteen actors were Marveled about for Ego, father of Chris Pratt’s hero, Peter Quill aka Star Lord.  The others in the  loop were Willis, Alec Baldwin, Michael Biehn, Robert De Niro, Mel Gibson, Stephen Lang, Viggo Mortensen, Liam Neeson, Gary Oldman, Ron Perlman, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Christoph Waltz.
  57. Josh Brolin, Deadpool 2, 2017.   With Ryan Reynolds reigning supreme as the wise-cracking, cancer-ridden, super smart-ass hero, who could oppose him as Cable, the heftily armed cyborg?   (“You’re dark - sure you’re not from the DC Universe?” our Marvel hero asks him). Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld wanted Russell Crowe - and even after Brolin signed, pushed for Jon Hamm. Other Mr Impregnable ideas included Alec Baldwin, Pierce Brosnan, David Harbour, Stephen Lang, Brad Pitt (he shot his Vanisher cameo in two hours), Michael Shannon and the wrinkly brigade (yawn) Mel Gibson, Dolph Lundgren, Ron Perlman, Kurt Russell, Arnold Schawarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Bruce Willis.Already Marvel’s villain Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, Brolin had a four-film deal, to reveal more about Cable and, doubtless, extra gags about his stepmother Barbra Streisand’s 1982 Yentl.









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