Lewis Shepard Stone (November 15, 1879 – September 12, 1953) was an American film actor. He spent 29 years as a contract player at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and was best known for his role as Judge James Hardy in their Andy Hardy film series. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1929 for The Patriot. He appeared in seven films with Greta Garbo, most memorably as Doctor Otternschlag in Grand Hotel.
After returning from China, he made his feature film debut in Honor's Altar in 1916. He showed up in First National's 1920 Nomads of the North to good effect playing a Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman. He portrayed the title role in the 1922 silent film version of The Prisoner of Zenda. In 1924, he joined newly formed Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and was contracted up until his death.Stone was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1929 for The Patriot. He played the character that gives the film its title, but he was not the top-billed star. After that, he appeared in seven films with Greta Garbo, spanning both the silent and early sound periods. He played the role of Dr. Otternschlag in the Garbo film Grand Hotel, in which he utters the famous closing line: "Grand Hotel. People coming. Going. Nothing ever happens." He played a larger role in the 1933 Garbo film Queen Christina. His appearance in the successful prison film The Big House furthered his career. He played adventurers in the dinosaur epic The Lost World (1925) with Wallace Beery and The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932) with Boris Karloff, and a police captain in Bureau of Missing Persons (1933). In 1937, Stone essayed the role which would become his most famous, that of Judge James Hardy in the Mickey Rooney Andy Hardy series. Stone appeared as the judge in fourteen of the sixteen Andy Hardy feature-length movies, beginning with You're Only Young Once (1937). He also appeared in the short subject, Andy Hardy's Dilemma, which promoted charitable donations to the Community Chest, but had died by the time of the final Hardy feature, Andy Hardy Comes Home (1958). During World War II, Stone was a lieutenant colonel in the California National Guard.Stone was MGM's longest-contracted actor and the longest-ever-contracted actor at a studio up to his death. The week before his death, he (together with Lionel Barrymore) received a gold key to his dressing room. He had made approximately 100 movies.
Born in Worcester, Massachusetts, to Bertrand Stone and Philena Heald Ball, Lewis Stone's hair turned gray prematurely (reportedly by age 20). Lewis served in the United States Army in the Spanish–American War as a lieutenant, before going to China to train troops. He then returned to a career as a writer and actor. In 1912, he found success in the popular play Bird of Paradise which starred Laurette Taylor. The play was later filmed in 1932 and 1951. Stone's career was interrupted by World War I where he served again in the United States Army in the cavalry as a major.From 1920 to 1927, he lived in Los Angeles at 212 S. Wilton Place. The home is now Los Angeles Cultural-Historic Monument #925 and is in the Wilton Historic District.
Movies & TV shows
A look at actresses who starred in films with thought-provoking subjects made between 1930 and July 1934, before the Hollywood Production Code —the infamous Hays Code— was enforced.
Talk About a Stranger
Small-town gossips rage over the arrival of a mysterious stranger.
The Prisoner of Zenda
The classic tale of a king and an everyman switching places.
Just This Once
An heir of a vast fortune is deeply in debt because he spends faster than his very generous trust fund allows. There is a battle of wills between his selfish spendthrift was and the money manager whic...
In 18th-century France, a young man masquerades as an actor to avenge his friend's murder.
Night Into Morning
Berkeley university professor adjusts (using alcohol) to tragic fire deaths of wife & son.
It's a Big Country
Comprised of eight unrelated episodes of inconsistent quality, this anthology piece of American propaganda features some of MGM Studios' best directors, screenwriters and actors; it is narrated by Lou...
Grounds for Marriage
Opera singer Ina Massine tries to win back former husband Dr. Lincoln I. Bartlett.
The Unknown Man
A scrupulously honest lawyer discovers that the client he"s gotten off was really guilty.
Angels in the Outfield
Paul Douglas, stars with Janet Leigh, as the hot-tempered Pittsburgh Pirates manager whose hard-luck team goes on a wining streak thanks to some heavenly intervention.
A young crusading reporter in a small town tackles civic corruption.
Key to the City
At a mayors convention in San Francisco, ex-longshoreman Steve Fisk meets Clarissa Standish from New England. Fisk is mayor of "Puget City" and is proud of his rough and tumble background. Standish is...
Stars in My Crown
The story of a young pastor coming to a small town in the United States to set up his ministry. The movie tells of the various relationships and struggles he goes through as he goes about raising his...
Any Number Can Play
In 1949, Clark Gable starred in a movie directed by Mervyn LeRoy, about a casino owner juggling both business and family problems. Also in the cast are Marjorie Rambeau, Lewis Stone, Audrey Totter, an...
The Sun Comes Up
Set in the rural south of the United States, a bereaved war widow learns to to put aside her bitterness and grief as she grows to love a young orphan boy and his dog.
Three Wise Fools
An orphan girl melts the hearts of three crusty old men.
The Hoodlum Saint
A former reporter comes back home after serving in the army during World War I and finds that it's much more difficult to find work than he expected. Desperate, one day he crashes a wedding attended b...
Love Laughs at Andy Hardy
After serving in the war, Andy decides to go to college and learns his sweetheart is going to marry someone else.
Twenty Years After
This short celebrates the 20th anniversary of MGM. Segments are shown from several early hits, then from a number of 1944 releases.
Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble
Andy is following in his father's footsteps and going to college. He sees a pretty blonde on the train, and every time he sees her, he is winked at or slapped. Andy is not familiar with what is going ...
The Courtship of Andy Hardy
Andy takes a shine to the shy daughter of the couple who are divorcing.
Andy Hardy's Double Life
Andy is about to head off to college, but he has a few things to take care of before he leaves. He needs to convince his father not to go with him to college, and he needs to sell his junk car for $20...
The Bugle Sounds
An old-time cavalry sergeant's resistance to change could cost him his post.
Andy Hardy's Private Secretary
In spite of the fact that Aunt Milly is his teacher, and that the Judge has gone to all the trouble of getting him his own private secretary, Andy Hardy flunked his English exam at high school.
Life Begins for Andy Hardy
With his high school graduation behind him, Andy decided it was time to start living his life as an adult. Andy isn't sure if he wants to go to college and study law, so he heads off to New York City ...
Andy Hardy's Dilemma: A Lesson in Mathematics... and Other Things
Andy wants to buy a new car so he goes into the judge's home office where his father is about to write a $200 check to charity. He asks his dad for the $200 and they go used car shopping.
Myles Vanders feuds with hardnosed stable owner Davis Lockwood. Myles takes revenge by romancing and marrying Lockwood's daughter Linda. But as the big race looms nearer, Myles is distracted to discov...
Andy Hardy Meets Debutante
A judge takes his family to New York City and his son Andy falls in love with a wealthy woman. He decided that he liked the high society life better back home, after finding it too expensive.
Hollywood: Style Center of the World
This short promotes the premise that movies often create a demand for the fashions seen in them. It starts with a vignette in rural America. A mother and daughter go to town to buy a new dress. In the...
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Big Parade Hits for 1940
Promotional short produced for the opening of the Metro Cinema in Cairo in 1940.
From the Ends of the Earth
An MGM short showing how materials are shipped by boat 'From the Ends of the Earth' to Hollywood. Featuring footage from the MGM films being made at the time. Such as The Women, Thunder Afloat, Siren ...
Judge Hardy and Son
Problems with girls, money, and an essay contest are some of the issues Judge Hardy is guiding Andy through.
Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever
Young Andy is in love with his drama teacher. When his play is chosen as the school's annual production, Andy seizes the opportunity to spend as much time with his pretty teacher as possible. Judge Ha...
The Hardys Ride High
This is the sixth part of the Judge Hardy series. The Judge James K. is a judge. Attorney George Irving told Hardy that he could be the heir to 2 million dollars. He and his family have to leave for D...
Joe and Ethel Turp Call on the President
Joe and Ethel Turp are up in arms when their faithful old mailman is fired. Unable to get satisfaction on a municipal level, Joe and Ethel plead their mailman's case to the President himself.
Loews Christmas Greeting (The Hardy Family)
Andy Hardy and the rest of the Hardy family wake up Christmas morning to gifts and give a holiday greeting to viewers.
The Ice Follies of 1939
Mary and Larry are are a modestly successful skating team. Shortly after their marriage, Mary gets a picture contract, while Larry is sitting at home, out of work.
Judge Hardy's Children
Andy fell in love with the daughter of the French ambassador during Judge Hardy's business trip to Washington, DC.
Out West with the Hardys
The judge goes to his friend's ranch in Arizona to help her in a legal dispute, and he takes his family with him.
Love Finds Andy Hardy
There are three girls at the same time and Andy is getting entangled with them.
A sleazy lawyer gains clients by showing up at terrible accidents. His boss, determined to stop him, hires a pretty girl to cozy up and coerce the truth out of the ambulance-chaser. Unfortunately, th...
Two attractive jewel thieves, one female (Olympe Bradna), one male (Gene Raymond) escape together after their latest escapade and hide out in the home of an aged concert pianist (Lewis Stone). To cove...
A fairly accurate historical account of Walter Reed's search for the cause of "Yellow Jack" or Yellow Fever and those who risked their lives in the pursuit.
The Bad Man of Brimstone
A ruthless outlaw becomes very protective of a prizefighter when he learns the young man is his own son. Western.
You're Only Young Once
During a family vacation in Catalina, Andy and his sister find romance.
A physician in a small town suddenly finds himself the object of vilification and persecution when one of his patients commits suicide.
The Thirteenth Chair
A phony psychic tries to solve a murder that took place during her seance.
The Man Who Cried Wolf
An actor plots "the perfect crime" by confessing to murders he didn't commit.
A law student poses as a fight promoter to catch a notorious gangster.
The Unguarded Hour
A blackmailer is trying to stop a woman from revealing information that could save a man's life.
Don't Turn 'em Loose
A conscientious attorney who is a member of the State Parole Board, finds his own son, using an alias, up for parole and makes the decision to cast the approving vote.
In a town called New Jerusalem, three bandits hold up a bank. After a gun battle with the townspeople, the three robbers retreat into the scorching desert. There, they happen upon an ill woman strande...
Small Town Girl
Kay is a girl living in a small rural town whose life is just too dull and repetitious to bear. One night, she meets young, handsome, and rich Bob Dakin, who asks her for directions while drunk and th...
A French air ace discovers that his showgirl wife's first husband is still alive.
An admiral's son with no interest in carrying on the family tradition is a successful crooner. He finally joins the Navy to prove he can, but with no real love in it.
Public Hero Number 1
G-Man Jeff Crane poses as a crook to infiltrate the notorious Purple Gang, a band of hoodlums which preys upon other hoodlums. Orchestrating the jailbreak of the gang's leader, Crane joins him in a Di...
Vanessa: Her Love Story
The Victorian wife of a mad baron waits years for a British soldier sent to Egypt.
Captain Alan Gaskell sails the perilous waters between Hong Kong and Singapore with a secret cargo: a fortune in British gold. That's not the only risky cargo he carries; both his fiery mistress and h...
West Point of the Air
An army sergeant inspires his son to become an ace flyer.
Ann Grey is wrongly convicted of murder. On her way to prison a car accident gives her the opportunity to escape. She is helped by young lawyer Tony Baxter. He hides her from the police, as well as hi...
The colorful characters who help and hinder the orphan boy in Charles Dickens' classic tale of a fight for happiness.
Queen Christina of Sweden is a popular monarch who is loyal to her country. However, when she falls in love with a Spanish envoy, she must choose between the throne and the man she loves.
Hollywood on Parade No. B-1
Short film in which Frankie Darro as a Telegram delivery boy visits various Hollywood locations to make deliveries. He visits the Los Angeles Pier and a Gala Hollywood Premiere.
You Can't Buy Everything
A scorned woman dreams of revenge on the man who betrayed her.
The Mystery of Mr. X
A sophisticated jewel thief tries to prove himself innocent of a string of cop murders.
In this early film adaptation of the classic novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, young Jim Hawkins is caught up with the pirate Long John Silver in search of buccaneer Captain Flint's buried treasure.
The Girl from Missouri
Leaving Missouri to find a wealthy husband in New York City, Eadie Chapman becomes a chorus girl and soon entertains at the lavish home of millionaire Frank Cousins. Cousins proposes to Eadie, only to...
Depression Era story set in London about a wealthy shop owner who goes bankrupt and is forced to fire his faithful staff.
Men Must Fight
The tale of a mother in 1940 trying to keep her son out of war is prophetic.
The White Sister
An Italian woman enters a nunnery and thinks her pilot lover has been killed in the war.
Bureau of Missing Persons
Butch Saunders has been transferred to Missing Persons because he was too brutal in other police work...
A corrupt night court judge tears an innocent young family apart in his efforts to elude a special prosecutor.
Lil works for the Legendre Company and causes Bill to divorce Irene and marry her. She has an affair with businessman Gaerste and uses him to force society to pay attention to her.
The Wet Parade
The evils of alcohol before and during prohibition become evident as we see its effects on the rich Chilcote family and the hard working Tarleton family.
Guests at a posh Berlin hotel struggle through worry, scandal, and heartache.
Divorce In The Family
A child struggles to come to terms with his parents' divorce. Director Charles Reisner's 1932 drama stars Jackie Cooper, Lewis Stone, Conrad Nagel, Lois Wilson, Jean Parker and Louise Beavers.
New Morals for Old
A son who wants to go to Paris to study art and a daughter who is in love with a married man are both being treated as teenagers by their parents.
Young Asians in San Francisco find their love thwarted by clan warfare.
A debutante's (Helen Twelvetrees) brother (Robert Young) stands trial for killing her no-good lover.
Socialite Letty Lynton is returning to New York, abandoning one-time lover Emile Renaul in South America, when she strikes up a shipboard romance with Jerry Darrow. Renault is waiting for her in New Y...
The Mask of Fu Manchu
The doctor that was villainous. Fu Manchu wants to cause an uprising in the East to wipe out the white race by finding the tomb of Ghengis Khan, so he is racing against a team of Englishmen.
The Phantom of Paris
Chéri-Bibi is a world class escape artist, but he cannot escape the false murder charge that is placed on him.
The leading actress is playing Yvonne, an artist's model in the film. Robert Montgomery, Lewis Stone, Marjorie Rambeau, and Judith Vosselli are some of the stars. It's a romantic melodrama about a Par...
The Sin of Madelon Claudet
After being out of jail for a crime she did not commit, Madelon turns to prostitution and thievery to send her illegitimate son to medical school.
An account of the life of Mata Hari, an exotic dancer who was accused of espionage for Germany during World War I, is a semi-fictionalized account.
A father changes jobs with his son, and each learns he has made a mistake.
A stage star finds herself torn between a wealthy older man and a handsome younger one.
Young Bill Emory is a typical mischievous, rambunctious boy, but his father William is a strict disciplinarian, and Bill is constantly being punished for simple childhood transgressions. Finally Bill ...
The Secret Six
Johnny Franks recruited a crude working man to join his gang, which was masterminded by a crooked criminal defense lawyer. A secret group of 6 masked businessmen have him prosecuted and sent to the el...
A hopelessly silly young flibbertigibbet from Mississippi is faced with the choice of her poor, boorish New Jersey boyfriend or a dashing Opera star, a man of experience.
Stranded and broke after her erstwhile boyfriend leaves her, A onetime London heiress joins a con man to bilk a millionaire at his Italian villa. Little do they realize that he knows full well who the...
The Office Wife
Larry, a publisher, wants Kate to write a book about the 'Office Wife'. An executive stenographer's duties creates a relationship approaching that of his wife. Little does Larry know that sometimes li...
An adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham's The Circle.
A beautiful opera star kept by a rich older man falls in love with a young clergyman.
A bored society woman invites scandal and heartache when she falls in love with her low-born chauffeur.
The Big House
Kent Marlowe was convicted of manslaughter for a drunken driving accident and was sent to prison where he met vicious inmates who were planning to escape from the brutal conditions.
Wonder of Women
The unfaithful wife of a German pianist is going to break up with him when he gets the news that his stepchild has died. The film is believed to have been lost.
A prince tries to seduce his visitor's wife, but he's discovered.
Their Own Desire
Lally is a rich girl whose father writes books and plays polo. After 23 years of marriage her father decides to divorce Lally's mother and remarry to soon-to-be-divorced Beth Cheever. This sours Lally...
A young, unfaithful wife and mother is thrown out by her cold, unforgiving husband, the Attorney General of France. She is barred from ever seeing her three year old son again despite her earnest atte...
The Trial Of Mary Dugan
A woman is tried for the murder of her lover. Director Bayard Veiller's 1929 courtroom drama stars Norma Shearer, Lewis Stone, Lilyan Tashman and H. B. Warner.
The Foreign Legion
A man falsely accused of crime joins Foreign Legion, and when trouble develops is saved by the self sacrifice of the commanding officer, his own father.
Freedom of the Press
When a newspaper owner is murdered, his son takes over his crusade against a corrupt politician with criminal associations.
A Woman of Affairs
Childhood friends Diana, Neville and David are caught up in a love triangle as adults. Diana and David were married after Diana's father disapproved of the relationship between Diana and Neville. It's...
In 18th-Century Russia, the Czar, Paul, is surrounded by murderous plots and trusts only Count Pahlen. Pahlen wishes to protect his friend, the mad king, but because of the horror of the king's acts, ...
An Affair of the Follies
Young husband Jerry, a clerk, loses his job, and in order to bring money into the house, his wife Tamara goes back to her old job as a dancer in the Follies. The husband doesn't like the idea at all, ...
Released on July 3, 1927
The Prince of Headwaiters
Pierre, the maitre d' at the swanky Ritz Hotel in Paris, discovers that he has a son from his former marriage, which was broken up by his wealthy wife's upper-class relatives. His son, now a young man...
The Notorious Lady
A man kills a man he finds alone with his wife. Although she is innocent of any wrong doing the wife claims to be guilty of having an affair to save her husband from a death sentence. Unfortunately, t...
The Private Life of Helen of Troy
Setting the standard for his later light-hearted biopics The Private Life of Henry VIII and Rembrandt, producer-director Alexander Korda steadfastly refuses to take any of The Private Life of Helen of...
Don Juan's 3 Nights
A concert pianist who is popular with women tries to discourage a teenage admirer. Complete copies are held by the Wisconsin Center For Film And Theater Research and the Library of Congress.
Too Much Money
Millionaire Robert Broadley, in order to curb his wive's enthusiasm for spending money foolishly, inform her that he is now broke and penniless, which might have been a good plan if a friend of his, w...
The Blonde Saint
Playboy novelist Sebastian Maure falls for Ghiirlaine Bellamy, a product of a wealthy--and puritanical--society family, a girl so prim and proper that she's known as "The Blonde Saint". One night at a...
A 1926 film directed by John Francis Dillon.
Old Loves and New
Gervas Carew's wife, Elinor, has deserted him while he was fighting for France, for Lord Clyde Geraldine, a cad of the first order, but Elinor, in turn is cast off when Lord Geraldine turns his attent...
Cheaper to Marry
Dick Tyler is the junior partner in the law firm of Knight and Tyler. He tries to convince his partner, Jim Tyler, than it's cheaper to be married than to continually "play the field". The main reason...
Kate Lennox is bored with suburban life and her husband, Harry. Their next-door neighbors, the hen-pecked Henry Fells and his wife, Maud, have several boarders, among them Barbara Farley, who is Lenno...
The Lady Who Lied
During a carnival in Venice, Horace Pierpont, a wealthy American (Lewis Stone), falls in love with Fay Kennion (Virginia Valli). Their romance is derailed when she goes over to his apartment and finds...
The owner of a London clothing store is driven out of business, but later makes a triumphant return.
What Fools Men
Joseph Greer is a wealthy businessman in New York City with all the trappings including a prim-and-proper secretary, Jenny McFarlan, who takes dictation during working hours and, at night, minus her e...
Confessions of a Queen
The King of Illyris marries a neighboring princess, who finds out he has a mistress, Sephora. Revolted, she turns to Prince Alexei for friendship. Turmoil increases as a revolution demands the abdicat...
The Lost World
A land where prehistoric creatures still roam is the subject of the first film adaptation of a classic novel.
Why Men Leave Home
John and Irene Emerson's marriage begins well enough, but it is not long before John becomes less attentive. Feeling neglected, Irene spends more time with her girl friends, and John, consequently, fa...
Husbands and Lovers
For Husbands and Lovers, John M Stahl pairs devoted wife Florence Vidor with ungrateful husband Lewis Stone for a splendidly nuanced marital comedy that proves his versatility as a filmmaker. When Vid...
The Stranger (1924)
Lee Randon, weary of business duties and a conventional home life, acquires a long-lost sense of excitement and romance with young flapper Claire Morris. When he meets her married aunt, Savina Grove, ...
A law student becomes an outlaw French revolutionary when he decides to avenge the unjust killing of his friend. To get close to the aristocrat who has killed his friend, the student adopts the identi...
The World's Applause
Corinne d'Alys (Daniels) achieves sudden success on the stage and among her many admirers is noted artist Robert Townsend (Menjou). Robert is married to Elsa (Williams), the sister of John Elliott (St...
The Dangerous Age
Married for 22 years, Mary Emerson treats her husband, John, more like a son than a husband. He is stung by her rebuffs and, therefore, succumbs to the youthful charms of Gloria Sanderson, whom he mee...
You Can't Fool Your Wife
Edith sets out to prove that a wife can never be fooled by her husband - but will she succeed?
After his uncle dies, founder of the fishing village of Sandy Bay, Kenwood Wright is cut off with only some marshland while his nephew, Bruce Wilton, inherits the bulk of the estate. Wright is further...
A Fool There Was
A respectable businessman leaves his wife and daughter for the clutches of a cold, heartbreaking female.
Leon de Severac is fed up with his daughter Jacqueline, who is constantly seducing men. Hoping to discourage her from her flirtatious behavior, he tells her the story of Zareda, an attractive fortune ...
The Prisoner of Zenda
A kingdom's ascending heir, marked for assassination, switches identities with a lookalike, who takes his place at the coronation. When the real king is kidnapped, his followers try to find him, while...
The White Mouse
Short drama film starring Lewis Stone and Wallace Beery.
"Beau" Revel, "An Ince-Vance Special Paramount Picture," was introduced with the subtitle, "This is the story of a man who played at love, forgetting in his vain selfishness, the rules of Duty, even D...
Pilgrims of the Night
The son of a British earl, Philip Champion is exiled to Paris after having served a prison term to shield his wife and there forms an alliance with his brother-in-law, Marcel, who conducts a fashionab...
A concert pianist, the romantic idol of many women, is seduced away from his wife. The seductress's husband takes in the pianist's wife, and all four pretend to be happy with the new arrangement.
The Northern Trail
Short starring Lewis Stone and Wallace Beery.
The Golden Snare
Sgt. Philip Raine of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police is sent to the mountains to capture killer Bram Johnson.
Don't Neglect Your Wife
The wife of a prominent San Francisco doctor, feeling neglected by her husband, finds herself attracted to a young newspaper reporter. ...
1860 ushers in the era of iron ships, Richard Sibley, a builder of wooden ships, stubbornly resists the change, which leads him to forbid the marriage of his daughter Rose to John Rhead, a proponent o...
Held by the Enemy
During the Civil War, Rachel Hayne, a young widow, is among those "held by the enemy" when her old family home is within the lines occupied by the Northern troops. Protected by Colonel Prescott from l...
A Trip Through the World's Greatest Motion Picture Studios
A Trip Through the World's Greatest Motion Picture Studios (1920) presents a fascinating glimpse into the Thomas H. Ince studios at Culver City.
The River's End
In the gold fields of the Canadian Northwest, a man is falsely accused of a crime and determines that a lookalike is responsible.
Nomads of the North
A Canadian Mountie allows an innocent fugitive to escape with the women he loves.
Tom Denton comes from the East to the Northwest lumber region and becomes co-owner of a lumber camp with Howard Patton, whose bored wife Vera insists on flirting with Tom despite his discouragement.
Inside the Lines
A spy known as "1932" during World War I, is commissioned by the German Secret Service to trail English agent Captain Woodhouse to the Straits of Gibraltar and there effect the destruction of the Brit...
The Man of Bronze
Mary Lawton bids farewell to her father, Mark Lawton, and his business partner, John Adams, to whom she is engaged, leaving Arizona to study art in New York. After a time, John visits Mary unexpectedl...
According to the Code
Basil Breckenridge, a broken old man on the verge of starvation, but concealing it because of his proud southern ancestry, is set upon by young ruffians on the street. The old man becomes infuriated a...
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