Boy Quotes in Fantastic Four (2015)


Boy Quotes:

  • [first lines]

    Boy: Ever since I was three, I wanted to play quarterback for the New York Giants... like my personal hero, Eli Manning. Annual salary is between 10 and 20 million dollars a year.

  • [first lines]

    Boy: In the decade of the 1930s, even the great city of Metropolis was not spared the ravages of the worldwide depression. In times of fear and confusion, the job of informing the public was the responsibility of the Daily Planet, a great metropolitan newspaper whose reputation for clarity and truth had become the symbol for hope in the city of Metropolis...

  • Boy: Did you rob that liquor store in Galveston?

    Binx: Yep, that was us.

    Billie Jean: We did not.

    Guy: What about that school in Laredo? You burn it down?

    Binx: No way, guy. We don't do schools.

  • RoboCop: Waste makes haste, for time is fleeting. A rolling stone is worth two in the bush.

    Boy: Go fuck a refrigerator, pecker-neck!

    RoboCop: Bad language makes for bad feelings.

  • Jonah Hex: Keep him fed and watered. Don't you tie him up. If I don't come back for a spell, he'll know it. He'll head out on his own way.

    Boy: He got a name?

    Jonah Hex: Yeah. Horse.

    [to the dog]

    Jonah Hex: You. Yeah, I... I don't what to say to you.

  • Boy: [after receiving a foal from Clayton] Do I have to pay somethin'?

    Sam Clayton: Yeah... don't ever treat her bad.

  • Pimmie Polk: [making an ice cream sundae for a little boy on the plane] And, how would you like your nuts crushed?

    Boy: [pulls out a toy gun] How would you like your tits shot off?

  • Job: BOY! How does it, that one of ours is killed, and you are here, alive, and on his horse?

    Boy: I was lucky...

    Job: Lucky - as a pig in shit!

    [whips Boy around the neck and throws him against a cliff, thus killing him]

  • Boy: [reading Jane's letter] I must tell you, the world is at war again.

    Tarzan: Why men have to kill each other?

    Boy: [reading Jane's letter] Once more, the Germans - Nazis, they call them now - are on the prowl. More ruthless than the most savage beast of the jungle.

    [to Tarzan]

    Boy: I bet you could kill those Nazis, Tarzan. Just like you killed Bowgat, the gorilla.

    Tarzan: No. Tarzan kill Bowgat to save Jane and Boy. Why Tarzan kill Nazis? No more war talk! When Jane come home?

    Boy: She said she can't come home until her mother's entirely recovered. It may be weeks. It's her duty, Tarzan.

    Tarzan: Tarzan know. Read more.

    Boy: [reading Jane's letter] Goodbye, my own darlings. I long for you so very, very much. More than words can say. All my love always, Jane.

    [hands Tarzan the letter]

    Boy: That's all, Tarzan. It's lonesome without her.

    Tarzan: Lonesome. Boy sleep now! Think of Jane. Be there in dreams.

    [looks at Jane's letter]

    Tarzan: All my love. Always. Jane.

  • Tarzan: [watching Zandra sleep] She still sleeps. Good.

    Boy: Isn't she beautiful?

    Tarzan: Boy sleep now!

  • Zandra: But you do not understand, Tarzan. The Nazis are your enemies, too. One hurt Boy, tried to shoot Cheeta.

    Tarzan: He dead now.

    Zandra: But the others!

    Tarzan: Others leave Boy and Tarzan alone, Tarzan leave them alone.

    Zandra: But they won't. And as long as they are here, Boy will never be safe.

    Tarzan: Tarzan stay, protect Boy like Jane say.

    Boy: Ah, Tarzan! You don't need to worry about me. I want you to go with Zandra and fight those Nazis!

    Tarzan: No!

    Boy: But Zandra saved my life!

    Tarzan: Tarzan save Zandra's life. Pay back. Tarzan swim now!


    Boy: Don't worry, Zandra. He'll change his mind about helping you. Sure he will! Sometimes he's like that with Jane. But she knows how to get her way!

  • [Zandra arrives at the river Tarzan is swimming, wearing Jane's clothes]

    Tarzan: Jane!

    Boy: [hidden, to Zandra] Smile! Wave to him!

    Tarzan: Zandra! Zandra swim?

    Boy: Go on! Swim with him!

  • Zandra: Oh, this is like paradise.

    Tarzan: [takes Zandra's hand] Tarzan glad Zandra like.

    Zandra: Pallandria was such a paradise, too. Before they came.

    [Annoyed, Tarzan pulls away and leaves]

    Boy: It's working! It just takes time. Can you cook?

    Zandra: Yes.

    Boy: C'mon!

  • Boy: Zandra cooked dinner for you!

    Tarzan: Looks good.


    Boy: How is it?

    Tarzan: Tastes good.

    Zandra: I'm glad you like my cooking.

    [Tarzan nods approvingly and Zandra and Boy wink at each other]

    Zandra: Would you like some more?

    Tarzan: More!

    [Zandra leaves to get more food]

    Boy: I'll bet Zandra will come over and cook for us often. After you've driven those Nazis away.

    Tarzan: [stops eating] So!

    Zandra: [re-enters] What's the matter?

    Tarzan: Zandra try to bribe Tarzan! No!

  • [first lines]

    Boy: Cheetah! What is it?

    Jane: Cheetah must be seeing things. What is it, Tarzan? What is it?

    Tarzan: Uguna. Strange sound in sky. Big. Far off.

    Jane: I don't hear anything.

    Tarzan: Tarzan hear. Cheetah hear. Elephant hear.

    Boy: Now I hear it. Like a great wind coming.

  • Boy: [after flinging a stone at a Leopard] Got him. Right on the nose.

  • Tarzan: Jane like Tarzan?

    Jane: What woman wouldn't like a husband who brings her orchids?

    Boy: There's a whole valley of orchids just across the river.

    Jane: I know, darling, but out in civilization, they don't grow that way. You have to be very rich to have them. You don't realize what a very wealthy man your father is.

    Boy: Who? Tarzan?

    Jane: Yes. He has everything any man could want. Everything.

    Tarzan: [sweeps Jane into his arms] Tarzan have Jane!

  • Tarzan: Boy, never kill for fun. Only for food!

    Boy: I wasn't going to shoot him.

    Tarzan: Boy man now... do man's work.

  • Tarzan: What Jane dream about?

    Jane: Just thinking about all the happy years we've spent in the jungle together.

    Boy: Tarzan, weren't you ever lonesome living alone in the jungle before you met Jane?

    Tarzan: No. Lots of animal friends in jungle. Jungle much more peaceful before woman come.

    Jane: Well, I like that!

  • [first lines]

    girl: I've never gone parking before. I'm really not that kind of a girl.

    boy: Well, I'm not the kind of a guy who would go with *that* kind of girl.

    girl: Why that's so sweet - I think.

    boy: There's nothing to be scared of.

    [as alien craft rears up in front of them]

  • Dudley: I want to enlist in the army. A general.

    Dudley's Friend: Generals don't make any money. I would prefer to be an author.

    Dudley: Authors don't make money.

    Boy: I want to be a barrister.

    Dudley's Friend: Barristers make money.

  • Breck Coleman, Wagon Train Scout: And they taught me how to make a fire without even a flint. And how to make the best bow and arrows, too.

    Boy: Did they teach you how to make papooses?

    Breck Coleman, Wagon Train Scout: No, that's one of their own secret.

  • Boy: [reading Jane's letter] My darlings, I can't begin to tell you how much I miss you both, and how happy I will be when this horrible war is over and I can come home to you again.

    Tarzan: Tarzan happy too.

    Boy: [continues reading] Many of the soldiers in the hospital where I am working have just been brought home from Burma. And in addition to their wounds are suffering from jungle fever. Would be wonderful if you could send me some of the fever medicine which cured Boy when he was so ill, for I'm certain that it would help our soldiers, too. You'd do this for me, won't you Tarzan?

    Tarzan: Tarzan get. Read more.

    [Boy scans letter to find instructions from Jane to not allow Boy to go with Tarzan into the desert]

    Tarzan: Read more! Boy, read more!

    Boy: Now, let's see. Where was I? Just a... just a... Oh! Here I am!

    [crosses fingers behind his back]

    Boy: Because the trip will take several days, you must not think of leaving Boy and Cheeta this time. The great desert will be very educational for them.

    Tarzan: Jane say Tarzan take Boy?

    Boy: That's right, Tarzan.

  • Boy: Well Tarzan, what are we waiting for?

    Tarzan: Boy and Cheeta go back to escarpment now.

    Boy: Aw Tarzan, be a sport. We wanna help you get the fever medicine.

    Tarzan: Jane asks Tarzan to get fever medicine. Boy stay home.

    Boy: Well Tarzan, I don't remember reading anything like that in Jane's letter.

    Tarzan: Then Boy read letter again.

    [hands letter to Boy]

    Boy: Well, let's see.

    [pretends to read]

    Boy: Of course you must not think of leaving Boy and Cheeta this time. The great desert will be very educational for them.

    Tarzan: Boy read letter like Jane say?

    Boy: Certainly, Tarzan. Just like Jane say.

    Tarzan: Why Boy lie?

    Boy: I had my fingers crossed!

    [sees that Tarzan is not amused]

    Boy: It's lonesome on the escarpment without you, Tarzan.

    [Tarzan is still not moved]

    Boy: Alright. Come Cheeta! Goodbye Tarzan. Hurry home!

    [starts to walk away]

    Tarzan: Boy wait! Tarzan take!

  • Boy: [to Connie] You oughta see our house in the jungle. It's really peaceful.

    Tarzan: Boy wish he were home, eh?

    Boy: Well, uh... Why don't you come and live with us, Connie?

    Connie Bryce: Oh! Listen, you better not tempt me.

    [Cheeta dances for joy]

    Boy: Cheeta says yes. What do you say, Tarzan?

    Tarzan: Connie used to big cities. Connie get lonesome here soon.

    Connie Bryce: I've been lonesome all my life.

    [Uncomfortable with the conversation, Tarzan leaves]

    Connie Bryce: What's the matter, Boy? Did I say something to upset him?

    Boy: It's alright, Connie. But you see, Tarzan's lonesome, too. For Jane.

    Connie Bryce: Oh. Is that the girl you mentioned in your prayers? Is she your mother?

    [Boy nods]

    Connie Bryce: You both must love her very much.

    Boy: Of course we do.

    Connie Bryce: Gee, she's a lucky girl.

    Boy: Tarzan and I are the lucky ones.

  • Boy: I've seen a tree like this somewere... When was it? So long ago that I've forgotten... Under a sky where the clouds made sound as they moved. The black horizon swelled and from it grew a huge tree. It sucked the life from the ground... And it's pulsing branches reached up, as if to grasp something...

  • Boy: This is an old story.

  • Cady: [voiceover] The weird thing about hanging out with Regina was that I could hate her, and at the same time, I still wanted her to like me.

    Regina: [to Cady] Okay... you have really good eyebrows.

    Cady: Thanks.

    Regina: [pushing Gretchen] Move.

    Gretchen: Ooh.

    Cady: [voiceover] Same with Gretchen: the meaner Regina was to her, the more Gretchen tried to win Regina back. She knew it was better to be in the plastics, hating life, than to not be in at all. Because being with the plastics was like being famous... people looked at you all the time and everybody just knew stuff about you.

    Girl: That knew girl moved here from Africa.

    Girl: I saw Cady Heron wearing army pants and flip flops, so I bought army pants and flip flops.

    Boy: That Cady girl is hot... she might even be hotter than Regina George.

    Mr. Duvall: I hear Regina George is dating Aaron Samuels again. The 2 were seen canoodling at Chris Isen's halloween party... they've been inseparable ever since.

  • [first lines]

    Boy: Move it, dorkus.

  • Boy: Why do you have two beards?

    Willie: That's none of you're fuckin' business.

  • Boy: [to Jimmy] You cut a patch in my head!

    Eddie: Shane, look over there! He cut a patch in the li'l boy head; got him lookin' like "101 Dalmatians." You ever heard a' that movie? He look like a Dalmatian! That's one hundred an' two!

  • Boy: I don't remember you! You weren't there! You weren't there when he was born! You weren't there when she died! Where were you?

  • Kingi: You're a liar, your dad's not overseas, he's in jail for robbery

    Boy: Shut up Kingi, you don't know

    Kingi: Yes, he's in the same cell block as my dad

  • Mr. Langston: People call me a dumb honky all the time. I don't go round punching them.

    Boy: Why not?

    Mr. Langston: Because they're usually children.

  • Boy: Hey, Chardonnay! Wanna see some Michael Jackson dance moves?

  • Boy: Hey Auntie, can I have an ice block please?

    Aunty Gracey: No.

    Boy: Aww... it's not fair!

    Aunty Gracey: Get a job then!

    Boy: Aww... There's none left; you've got them all!

  • Boy: So what you guys been up to?

    Dallas: We are self employed now

    Boy: What's your job?

    Dallas: Chucking mud at those cows

  • Boy: Daddy! He's watching me pee!

  • Boy: Santa doesn't drink champagne. Santa only drinks milk.

    George: [quietly] Listen. Santa can't drink no more milk. Santa has a lactose intolerance, and it gives him horrible gas pains. Do you want to see Santa farting down everybody's chimney?

  • Boy: Look, Martin has an Ernie and Bert sleeping bag.

  • Boy: Are you a goblin?

    Rory: No, I am not a fuckin' goblin!

  • Boy: So it was all in her dream? What a jipp!

    Girl: Well, it's based on a true story!

  • Hector: [holding a dish] If the world is round, you could still fall off the edge.

    Boy: No, it's not round like that, it's round like this.

    [holds up a ball]

  • [last lines]

    Boy: [towards camera] We're gonna put everyone over 10 out of business!

  • Girl: [as Arlo leads donkey into the church] You can ride him to Canada!

    Boy: [about to be drafted] Been wondering how to get my ass across the border.

  • Boy: Hey kid, how would you like to kick me in the shin?

    Boy: How would I like to kick you in the shin?

    Mike Edwards: Uhum.

    Boy: Mister are you drunk?

    Mike Edwards: No. I'll tell you what, if you kick me in the shin I'll give you a quarter, here.

    [Gives the boy a quarter and the boy kicks him]

    Mike Edwards: [in pain] Yeoww! That's good! Thanks kid.

    [limps off]

    Boy: [shaking his head] Adults, they're all nuts!

  • Katie: Hey look! It's Warrior Mouse! Oh no, he got away. Here mousie mouse. Here mouse.

    Boy: Ah let him go, you probably poisoned him anyway putting all that paint on him.

  • [last lines]

    Boy: Papa!

  • Fantail: [late at night: kid on roller skates bumps into Fantail] Why don't you watch where you're going?

    Boy: [insolently] Who says so?

    Fantail: Go on, get off the street. Kids like you ought to be in bed at this hour!

    [kid skates off]

  • [In reference to a bird from a trick]

    Alfred Borden: See? He's fine!

    Boy: But where's his brother?

  • [first lines]

    Man: [Mark plays soccer with his teammates as they cheer Mark's name] Get the ball!

    Mark: Pass it to me!

    Boy: Shoot it! Hit it in! Hit it in!

    Mark: [Mark scores the goal] Yes! Yes!

    Boy: Good goal! Good game.

  • [first lines]

    Sherlock Holmes: You shouldn't do that. Tap the glass.

    Boy: How did you know I was going to?

    Boy's Mother: You must forgive my son, he loves bees.

    Sherlock Holmes: It isn't a bee, it's a wasp. Different thing entirely.

  • Phil Cavaleri: Amen.

    Boy: It hasn't started yet.

    Phil Cavaleri: How am I supposed to know? I've never been to a do-it-yourself wedding before.

  • Boy: Fagin, this sausage is moldy!

    Fagin: Shut up and drink your gin.

  • Fagin: [sings] In this life, one thing counts / In the bank, large amounts / I'm afraid these don't grow on trees, / You've got to pick-a-pocket or two / You've got to pick-a-pocket or two, boys, / You've got to pick-a-pocket or two.

    Boy: [sings] Large amounts don't grow on trees. / You've got to pick-a-pocket or two.

  • [first lines]

    Lama Norbu: Once upon a time, in a village in ancient India, there was a little goat and a priest. The priest wanted to sacrifice the goat to the gods. He raised him arm to cut the goat's throat, when suddenly the goat began to laugh. The priest stopped, amazed, and asked the goat, "why do you laugh? Don't you know I'm about to cut your throat?" "Oh yes," said the goat. "After 499 times dying and being reborn as a goat, I will be reborn as a human being." Then the little goat began to cry. The high priest said, "why now are you crying?" And the goat replied, "for you, poor priest. Five hundred lives ago I too was a high priest, and sacrificed goats to the gods." The priest dropped to his knees, saying, "forgive me, I beg. From now on I will be the guardian and protector of every goat in the land."

    [children laughing]

    Lama Norbu: Now, what does this ancient tale teach us?

    Children: [in unison] That no living creature must ever be sacrificed.

    Boy: What happened to the goat?

    Lama Norbu: Ah, yes. The goat - hmm - had many many lives as a human being. Until one day he turned into someone very strange indeed. Champa, show us something of your previous life...

    Champa: B-a-a-a-a-a

    [children all laughing]

    Champa: B-a-a-a-a-a

  • Maria 'Cabiria' Ceccarelli: [in Italian] Mambo!

    Boy: [in Italian] You're in luck Cabiria. I'm the best dancer in Rome.

    Maria 'Cabiria' Ceccarelli: [in Italian] Come on!

  • [Angela tackled the boy who threw a doll at her sister Ellie]

    Angela: You could've killed my sister!

    [boy doesn't say anything so she says to Ellie]

    Angela: Sit on his head.

    [Ellie sits on the boy's head]

    boy: Get the kid away from me!

    Angela: Apologize or she'll fart!

    boy: Sorry...

    Angela: Say, I'm very very sorry Ellie and I love your smile.

    boy: I'm very very sorry Ellie and I love your smile.

    Angela: OK Ellie. Take it away.

    [Ellie gets up]

  • Sharon McLonergan: Do you mean to say you're taking this land from these people merely because their skins are black?

    Henry: Don't let them chase us, Sharon!

    Senator Billboard Rawkins: Will somebody shut this kid up? He's making me look like a bully. Get them out of here, Sheriff.

    Sheriff: You heard the Senator, you folks better start packing!

    Boy: Is Henry the wrong color?

    Sharon McLonergan: No, he's the right color.

    [she runs after Senator Rawkins]

    Sharon McLonergan: But there's something wrong with the world! I wish...

    Finian McLonergan: Sharon, don't...

    Sharon McLonergan: There's something wrong with the world that him and his kind have made for people like Henry! I wish you could know what that world is like! I wish to God you were black!

    [wind, thunder]

    Senator Billboard Rawkins: Well, I'm a son of a biscuit...

  • Mrs. Coster: Where's Elsie? Why didn't you wait for her?

    Boy: We thought she went home with someone else. We wanted to wait for her. Honest, Mrs. Coster!

  • [Benkei has been attacked by a young boy]

    Benkei: Who put you up to this?

    Boy: No one!

    Benkei: Then why do you attack me?

    Boy: To avenge my mother... whom you raped as she was making her pilgrimage! And she bore me, to come and show you the face of damnation!

  • [first lines]

    Boy: [in Arabic] They've found something... small pieces.

  • Richie: How is our witch?

    Boy: Yeah, our pumpkin?

    Tommy Doyle: Leave me alone!

    The boys: He's gonna get you, He's gonna get you, He's gonna get you, He's gonna get you!

    Richie: Boogeyman is coming!

    Tommy Doyle: Leave me alone!

    Boy: He doesn't believe us.

    Richie: Don't you know what happens on Halloween?

    Tommy Doyle: Yeah. We get candies.

    The boys: [laugh] Boogeyman, boogeyman, boogeyman!

  • Boy: You Taggert?

    Older Jack Jr.: That's right.

    Boy: Can we see it?

    Older Jack Jr.: [referring to the sign "Bat Out Of Hell"] Can you read?

    Boy: Is that thing real? Because I've heard it's a bunch of bullshit.

    Older Jack Jr.: It's still five bucks.

    Girl: Where'd it come from?

    Older Jack Jr.: My dad killed it.

    Boy: Yeah, but where'd it come from?

    Older Jack Jr.: It's five bucks from you too.

    Boy: How'd he kill it?

    Older Jack Jr.: Ask him.

  • [last lines]

    Boy: What's the story on this thing?

    Taggert: Whatever you've heard, probably.

    Boy: You expect us to think that that thing's real?

    Taggert: Don't really care.

    Boy: How'd you kill it?

    Taggert: Stabbed it right through the heart, with a big homemade harpoon.

    [awkward silence]

    Girl: When?

    Taggert: About twenty-three years ago.

    [another awkward silence]

    Boy: You waiting for something?

    Taggert: About three more days, give or take a day or two.

  • Boy: She is really a babe, huh?

    Sarge 'Nicotine' Crocket: You're too young. I'm too old. She's got issues, kid.

    Boy: We'll see.

  • Boy: There's no way out.

    Sarge 'Nicotine' Crocket: Yes, there is.

    [points to the ferry docked nearby]

    Sarge 'Nicotine' Crocket: We could drive onto that thing.

    Boy: In this armored truck? You just want the money.

    Sarge 'Nicotine' Crocket: I've never been about money, okay? I've always been about staying alive and this tank gives us a shot at staying alive.

    Kenny: This truck may be our savior, but it won't drive on water.

    Sarge 'Nicotine' Crocket: Well, someone is gonna have to swim out there... meaning me... and start that boat up.

    Kenny: What if it won't start? What if it's out of gas?

    Sarge 'Nicotine' Crocket: Then we're shit out of luck! Cisco, back up to the edge of the pier. I'm going out the back door.

  • Girl: Do you believe that kissing is unhealthy?

    Boy: I don't know. I've never been...

    Girl: [interrupting] You've never been kissed?

    Boy: No, I've never been sick.

  • Boy: [playing piano badly] You like this kind of music?

    Count Yorga: Only when played well.

  • [first lines]

    Phillips: Boy, I'll pick you up about same time tomorrow, little before daybreak.

    Boy: Yes, sir, I'll be ready.

    Phillips: All right, maybe we'll catch some fish this time and we'll have better luck.

    Boy: Yes sir.

  • Boy: Aw, quit disturbing the molecules!

  • Boy: I'm a rent boy.

    Rose: Oh, what's that?

    Boy: Silly, it's male prostitute.

  • Boy: I don't really understand Thanksgiving. Like, what... I thought you annihilated the indians, not sat down and had a big dinner with them.

    Rose: No, we did. Both.

    Boy: What? You... So you celebrate killing them? That's... that's the celebration?

    Rose: No, no-no-no, the indians did end up all dead but what we celebrate is the meal that happened before we killed them, because when we got here, they had things that we wanted, and we had things that they wanted - like guns and drinks - and it was a mutually beneficial relationship; and then, at some point, our needs conflicted - and when needs conflict, most of the time, one person gets what they want and the other person doesn't - so we gave them smallpox on purpose, and then we continued to sort of systematically kill them - but what we celebrate is... the meal that we had before any of that happened, when everything was good.

    Boy: Hitler... Hitler was popular before the killing. You know? People don't celebrate that.

    Rose: But he didn't have dinner with the Jews. You see my point?

    Boy: No.

  • Boy: You won't hurt me, will you?

  • Boy: I'd marry you, if you wanted me to.

    Rose: Do you want to get married?

    Boy: I think so.

    Rose: Okay.

  • Boy: Show me a sane man and I'll show you a real moron.

  • Boy: Magic's just a question of focusing the will. You don't get what you want because you're lucky. You get it because you will it.

  • Boy: He died in a mental institution. Melancholia, so I'm told.

    Buffy: Your great, great grandfather? So that makes you...?

    Boy: One eighth Hopi and prone to depression. (pause) Dark blood in my veins. Got some dark blood yourself. You're familiar with... the dark side of things.

  • Boy: It's getting... dark... in here.

  • [first lines]

    Boy: Hey mister.

    Travis: What?

    Boy: You're strong, ain't 'cha?

    Travis: Yeah. Suppose so.

    Boy: How long did it take ya?

    Travis: To do what?

    Boy: To build the boat. This man said that you built the boat. How long did it take?

    Travis: Quite a while.

    Boy: That sure is a great gun there.

    Travis: Mmm hmm...

    Boy: How many Indians did ya kill with it?

    Travis: None. But I shot and scalped a lot of freckle-faced kids.

  • Boy: Come on, Cole. Take off your shirt so we can see your bullet wounds.

    Cole Younger: Oh, hell, ain't no difference from any other man's bullet holes.

  • Boy: Are you a General?

    Captain John Hull Abston: A General, hmm, no, just a Captain.

    Boy: How many men you kill?

    Captain John Hull Abston: You really wanna know?

    Boy: [eagerly yes]

    Captain John Hull Abston: None.

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