The Searchers (1956) Poster



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Remade as 

The Quest (1976) (TV Movie)
Grayeagle (1977)
The Missing (2003)
Ron Howard, director of "The Missing," stated in several TV interviews that "The Missing" is an updated remake of "The Searchers" (1956).
Les Cowboys (2015)
Ford's story transported to France

Edited into 

John Ford: The Man Who Invented America (2019) (TV Movie)
Clips shown


The Birth of a Nation (1915)
Themes of preserving racial purity; conservative notions on interracial mixing of races; the gist of the plot: saving the Anglo girl from 'foreign' races
King Kong (1933)
The Lost Patrol (1934)
John Ford has one of the characters run over a hill in anger after someone close has died. Gunshots are heard and the character dies off screen. John Ford liked it so much he has Brad Jorgensen do the same thing in The Searchers--the anger, the hill, the gunshots--and he's dead.
Citizen Kane (1941)
A man remains active in his society without feeling accepted.
Fort Apache (1948)
A man experienced in battles doesn't truly fit into his environment.
Oklahoma! (1955)

Referenced in 

South Pacific (1958)
Rio Bravo (1959)
Shot of John Wayne walking away from the camera, framed by a doorway, the screen dark except for the light coming through the door.
Vivre Sa Vie (1962)
Paul's response to Nana's idea of becoming a film actress is "That'll be the day", Ethan Edwards' trademark quote in "The Searchers."
Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
Sherif Ali's entrance at the well recalls Ethan Edwards' famous entrance at the beginning of this film.
Major Dundee (1965)
The scene where they sing "Shall We Gather At The River?" while burying the dead soldiers
Who's That Knocking at My Door (1967)
John Wayne's picture is in a magazine the girl is reading and J.R. tries to find out if she has seen the movie.
Weekend (1967)
One of the revolutionaries uses the title of this film as a call name.
Easy Rider (1969)
Peter Fonda claimed that the road trip followed the pattern of this movie.
Big Jake (1971)
John Wayne as Big Jake searches for his kidnapped grandson (John Wayne's actual son, named Ethan, and who was named after John Wayne's character in The Searchers, named Ethan). He also repeats one of his famous lines from the earlier film, "That'll be the day."
McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971)
While Sears and Hollander talks about McCabe, the violinist sound the soundtrack of The Searchers.
The Godfather (1972)
Final scene.
Dillinger (1973)
The Longest Yard (1974)
The matted tunnel shot at the end of the film references the closing shot of "The Searchers."
The Godfather Part II (1974)
Door closing scene.
The Wind and the Lion (1975)
The scene where Jennifer hides in a wall from the Berbers was based on the massacre scene from Ford's film
Jaws (1975)
Brody's deputy digging in the sand with his knife, after discovering Chrissy's body on the beach, is identical to Ethan Edwards' reaction to finding Lucy in this film.
Winterhawk (1975)
Taxi Driver (1976)
Paul Schrader based Travis' motivations and character arc on Ethan Edwards.
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
Luke returns home to find his house burned down by the Empire and his extended family murdered in a similar fahion to which Ethan returns home to find his house burned down by the Apaches and his extended family murdered.
1941 (1979)
Slim Pickens exclaims "Hey, Boy watch that knife" to a Japanese sailor armed with a rifle and bayonet inside the submarine. Ward Bond as Captain Rev Clayborn says the same line in The Searchers (1956) when the young 2nd Lt Greenhill attempts to salute him while still armed with a Sabre.
Marmalade Revolution (1980)
Poster on a wall
The Dick Cavett Show: Episode dated 2 July 1981 (1981) (TV Episode)
Spielberg cites this as a favorite film.
The Road Warrior (1981)
When Max is on the hill at night watching the biker gang camped around the desert in the distance, the cinematography resembles the sequence where Ethan Edwards sits on a mountain watching the Comanche camped around in groups.
Michael Jackson: Beat It (1983) (Music Video)
Two men come out from a cafe and the door closes behind them.
Paris, Texas (1984)
Travis (Stanton's character) resembles very much to Ethan Edwards of The Searchers, besides Paris, Texas begins with Travis searches something in the desert as it was the case in The Searchers
Silverado (1985)
After the initial shoot out Scott Glenn opens the door from inside the hut and the image expands from darkness into the bright landscape, same as opening of "The Searchers".
Rambone: The First Time (1985) (Video)
After actor Jack Hammer responds "that'll be the day", actor George Payne mentions the movie where the line comes from.
Spirits of the Air, Gremlins of the Clouds (1987)
Shot through a door to a landscape.
Two Evil Eyes (1990)
One of the videos on the shelf behind which Rod Usher has walled up his wife.
Northern Exposure: Soapy Sanderson (1990) (TV Episode)
discussed by Kim, Laurie and Ed
Popcorn (1991)
Photograph of John Wayne is shown on a movie collage in a theater.
JFK (1991)
Dramatic tension, individual/group conflicts of the characters and simultaneity of events.
Unforgiven (1992)
Is That All There Is? (1992)
Mentioned by Lindsay Anderson.
The Making of 'The Quiet Man' (1992) (Video)
mentioned once
This Boy's Life (1993)
Title seen on a cinema marquee in Concrete.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Painted Hills (1993) (TV Episode)
Tom: "These are scenes we didn't see in 'The Searchers.'"
Harrison Bergeron (1995) (TV Movie)
Harrison is given this movie to watch.
Rough Riders (1997) (TV Mini Series)
The final shot of The Searchers is referenced in the scene where Castillo reunites with his family at war's end
Le bassin de J.W. (1997)
The characters discuss the film
Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Steven Spielberg had cited The Searchers, one of his favorite movies, as an influence on "Saving Private Ryan", specifically the theme of different personalities going on a journey to find one missing person.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: It's Only a Paper Moon (1998) (TV Episode)
Vic says that he prefers this movie over Shane
Xena: Warrior Princess: Daughter of Pomira (1999) (TV Episode)
The plot appears to be broadly based on The Searchers.
Da Vinci's Inquest: The Hunt (1999) (TV Episode)
Chick says they took off like John Wayne in The Searchers.
Behind the Music: The Day the Music Died (1999) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by interviewee.
Farscape: Throne for a Loss (1999) (TV Episode)
John listed this film as one of the films John Wayne starred in.
Comedy Central Presents: Patton Oswalt (1999) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Patton.
Shanghai Noon (2000)
When Brendan Met Trudy (2000)
Brendan poses like John Wayne at the end of this movie
The Devil's Backbone (2001)
The final shot of The Devil's Backbone is an omage to the famous final shot of The Searchers.
The 100 Greatest Films (2001) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name
Blade II (2002)
Open reference by a character
Dog Soldiers (2002)
One of the final shots replicates the image of John Wayne walking through the doorway holding his arm.
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002)
The men observe the Apache camp from a high ledge, before they attempt to rescue Debbie. Anakin Skywalker does the same thing, overlooking the Tusken Raider camp, before he attempts to rescue his mother. Both camps are indiginous and when viewed from high above, look very alike.
Cinemania (2002)
Still Game: Scones (2002) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by title.
A Decade Under the Influence (2003)
mentioned in documentary
In a Lonely Place: Revisited (2003) (Video)
Curtis Hanson mentions this film.
An Opera of Violence (2003) (Video)
mentioned once
The Wages of Sin (2003) (Video)
mentioned once
House of Sand and Fog (2003)
Kathy's shadow in doorway/Ethan's shadow in doorway--explicitly noted in the commentary as a Searchers riff.
The True Story of... The True Story of Eskimo Nell (2004) (Video)
Mentioned. Poster. In reference to John Ford westerns.
Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)
Uma is framed at the door of the chapel like John Wayne, and Bo Svenson
ER: Damaged (2004) (TV Episode)
Open reference by a character
Scorsese on Scorsese (2004) (TV Movie)
mentioned once
Dominion (2005)
Ending shot
Budd Boetticher: A Man Can Do That (2005) (TV Movie)
mentioned by Gretchen Wayne
Supernatural: Route 666 (2006) (TV Episode)
(mild spoiler) After Sam uses an unwitting Dean as bait, Dean asks "What if you were wrong?" to which Sam replies, "It never occured to me." This mirrors a situation between Ethan and Martin, when an incredulous, used-as-Commanche-bait Martin wonders what would have happened if Ethan had missed, to which Ethan replies "It never occured to me."
NCIS: Hiatus (Part #1) (2006) (TV Episode)
Comparing Gibbs to John Wayne, DiNozzo remarks, "I keep waiting for him to say, 'That'll be the day.'"
Howard Stern on Demand: Robert Duvall (2006) (TV Episode)
Duvall says he hated the film
50 Films to See Before You Die (2006) (TV Movie)
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
The Night of the Sunflowers (2006)
Amadeo is about to watch this movie on television.
Captain Alatriste: The Spanish Musketeer (2006)
Door closing scene.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Burn Out (2006) (TV Episode)
Glenn Taranto, as the inured Bus Driver, held his arm as a sly reference to John Wayne's tribute to Harry Carey in The Searchers.
American Dad!: The Best Christmas Story Never Told (2006) (TV Episode)
John Wayne plays Travis Bickle as his character Ethan Edwards from "The Searchers" in Stan Smith's remake of Taxi Driver (1976). When Wayne saves Iris (12-year-old Jodie Foster) from the Indians, he says "let's go home, Iris"; this is a parody of the line "let's go home, Debbie".
God's Lonely Man (2007) (Video)
Kolker mentions this film.
Searchers 2.0 (2007)
Title reference.
Across the Universe (2007)
Door closing scene is referenced.
The J-Clones (2008) (Short)
One clone says, "Why don't you finish the job?"
How the West Was Lost (2008) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name
Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation! (2008)
Antony I. Ginnane mentions it.
Australia (2008)
Like John Wayne in the John Ford movie, Nicole Kidman remains on her back at the door of her house, producing a contrast between the darkness of the interior and the light from the outside.
Inglourious Basterds (2009)
The shot of Shossana running from Landa at the beginning is framed through a doorway in an homage to a scene in the earlier film.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #7.175 (2009) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $4,000 question
Lucky Luke (2009)
The famous shot of the doorway is used several times
Nowhere Boy (2009)
Door closing scene is referenced many times.
The Supermarket (2009)
Final shot of Ethan Edwards in door frame mimicked
Jeopardy!: Episode #26.121 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "3 of a Kind"
The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town (2010)
Steve Van Zandt mentions the influence of John Wayne in the film on the "Darkness on the Edge of Town" album
The Cinema Snob: Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (2011) (TV Episode)
"The anweser is The Searchers!"
The Moon Child (2011)
Stills seen and musical theme heard
Post Mortem with Mick Garris: John Carpenter (2011) (TV Episode)
John Carpenter talks about this film
Priest (2011)
Priest is in large part a science-fiction-fantasy adaptation of The Searchers.
Cowboys & Aliens (2011)
The song Lorena was used as a tribute to The Searchers which was an influence on the atmosphere of Cowboys & Aliens.
The Cinema Snob: Violent Shit III: Infantry of Doom (2011) (TV Episode)
"Don't they know that every western needs to be like The Searchers?"
The Idiotmaker's Gravity Tour (2011)
Watching this before sleeping leads to some of the specificities of the dream sequence
War Horse (2011)
Shots of panoramic sky and landscapes imitates John Ford's masterpiece.
The Cinema Snob: Gums (2012) (TV Episode)
"This movie is no Searchers."
The Act of Killing (2012)
The final shot.
The Dirties (2013)
DVD is shown in Matt's room.
At the Movies: Episode #10.1 (2013) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by David in a discussion on Zero Dark Thirty as a movie it reminded him a little bit of.
John Ford et Monument Valley (2013) (TV Movie)
John Ford talks about his movie
The Conjuring (2013)
Scene in which Sadie doesn't want to enter the Perrons house.
The Lone Ranger (2013)
The attack on the ranch by fake Comanches is identical to the attack on the Edwards ranch by real Comanches in "The Searchers" including the birds being flushed as a warning.
Breaking Bad: Felina (2013) (TV Episode)
Vince Gilligan credits the film as being the inspiration for the final standoff between Walt and Jesse.
A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014)
The shot of Clinch leaving the front door of Albert's house to search for him outside is an homage of the iconic open door scene in the beginning and end scenes of "The Searchers".
Svengoolie: The Land Unknown (2014) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Svengoole; image shown.
The Cut (2014)
Dying of the Light (2014)
The character of Evan Lake is similar in name and motivation to John Ford's driven character 'Ethan Edwards'.
Stars of the Silver Screen: Natalie Wood (2014) (TV Episode)
The film is discussed.
A Man Called Death (2015) (Short)
Brian Genova's character is named Wayne after John Wayne.
NCIS: No Good Deed (2015) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue by DiNozzo.
Forsaken (2015)
Donald Sutherland's character is named Reverend Samuel Clayton.
The Chase Australia: Episode #1.32 (2015) (TV Episode)
After a question about the pseudonym traditionally used by film directors who refuse to be credited for their work is answered, the Chaser reveals that one of the possible answers, Ethan Edwards, is John Wayne's character in The Searchers.
Primordial (2015)
The shot in which Valerie stands in the doorway of the barn references the iconic shot of John Wayne standing in the doorway from The Searchers
The Hateful Eight (2015)
John Ruth utters "That'll be the day!" which is Ethan Edwards' catchphrase in The Searchers.
The Magnificent Seven (2016)
"You speak some Comanche?" - "A bit. You speak some English?" - "A bit."
Masters of Sex: The Pleasure Protocol (2016) (TV Episode)
Lester says he went to see 'The Defilers' because he thought it was a western, like 'The Searchers'.
Víctor Ros: Centauros de Sierra Morena (2016) (TV Episode)
this episode is titled after the Spanish title for the movie
Training Day: Wages of Sin (2017) (TV Episode)
Chief Wade tells his henchmen to bring Kullen's daughter to his teepee like little Natalie Wood in The Searchers.
All Nighter (2017)
It is mentioned their search is like the plot of "that John Wayne movie The Searchers."
James & Mike Mondays: Gun.Smoke (NES) (2017) (TV Episode)
Runaway June: Making of the 'Wild West' Music Video (2017) (Music Video)
Mentioned once
Talking Pictures: Barry Norman (2017) (TV Episode)
Mentioned, poster shown.
In the Off-Season (2017) (Short)
The names of the characters (i.e. Ellie Edwards, Martin Paulson) are all riffs on names of characters in Ford's "The Searchers", a major touchstone for Off-Season
Spice It Up (2018)
Character mentions the title.
De Kijk van Koolhoven: Spaghettiwestern (2018) (TV Episode)
The Kids Are Alright: Peggy Drives Away (2019) (TV Episode)
The scene in which Mike and Wendy search for Peggy after she runs away. Is a reference to The Searchers, where Ethan and Martin search for Debbie after she escapes from home.
Svengoolie: Billy the Kid vs. Dracula (2019) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Svengoolie; images shown.
Bird Talk (2019)
Title discussed by the characters.
7 Boozers (2019)
The characters filmed with the blazing sunset background.
Films Under Constant Critique: Star Wars (1977) (2019) (TV Episode)
Mentioned as an inspiration for Star Wars
Scales (2019)
Cited by director as an influence
Zeroville (2019)
Burglar says "My Darling Clementine, apex of Ford's art. Some people think it's The Searchers which is no doubt one wicked badass movie whenever my man the Duke is on the screen."
Diminishing Returns Diminisodes: The Q&A Diminisode (2019) (Podcast Episode)
Inglorious Treksperts: Pike's Place: Anson Mount Uncaged (2020) (TV Episode)
movie mentioned
The Joe Rogan Experience: Patton Oswalt (2020) (Podcast Episode)
Patton Oswalt brings up the movie.
Vintage Video: Bronco Billy (1980) (2020) (Podcast Episode)
Richard mentions the movie.
The Ingraham Angle: Episode dated 19 June 2020 (2020) (TV Episode)
The movie is mentioned.
The Comeback Trail (2020)
Although the film pokes broad fun at Hollywood movies and especially westerns from past eras, it specifically references Der schwarze Falke (1956): the character played by Duke Montana (Tommy Lee Jones) in 'The Oldest Gun In The West' is said to be "one-eight Cherokee", a reference to the character played by Jeffrey Hunter in The Searchers who was also one-eight Cherokee; German actors play the Native Americans, which is probably a jab at The Searchers where the Native American chief was infamously played by German-born Henry Brandon (who played many Native American characters in his career); and near the end, when the car drives past a church, the famous closing shot of The Searchers (a sun-lit door opening filmed from inside a dark area) is used.
Vintage Video Podcast: Patreon Exclusive: Cold Turkey (1971) (2021) (Podcast Episode)
Patrick O'Riley lists the title among Pippa Scott's credits.
Broken Armor (2021)
Jay modeled his character after John Waynes performance in The Seachers
Save the Cinema (2022)
Mr. Morgan lists John Ford films; poster seen in the cinema
Tucker Carlson Today: Hollywood Conservative (2022) (TV Episode)
The movie is mentioned in the episode.

Featured in 

Warner Brothers Presents: The Searchers (1956) (TV Episode)
Scenes, behind the cameras in Monument Valley, comments and interviews with Jeffrey Hunter and Natalie Wood.
The American West of John Ford (1971) (TV Movie)
scene in Scar;s tent and ending
AFI Life Achievement Award: AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to John Ford (1973) (TV Episode)
Clip shown in honorary montage
Mean Streets (1973)
Charlie, Johnny Boy and Tony watch the film in the cinema.
Hollywood (1980) (TV Mini Series)
Hollywood: Out West (1980) (TV Episode)
Final scene with Wayne
At the Movies: The Secret of 'Star Wars' (1983) (TV Episode)
Clips are shown.
Arena: Buddy Holly (1985) (TV Episode)
shows clip
Precious Images (1986) (Short)
True Duke: A Tribute to John Wayne (1987) (Video)
Hollywood Mavericks (1990)
climax with Wood and Wayne
Thank Ya, Thank Ya Kindly (1991) (TV Movie)
The John Wayne Anthology (1991) (TV Movie)
John Ford (1993) (TV Movie)
100 Years at the Movies (1994) (TV Short)
Wyatt Earp: Walk with a Legend (1994) (TV Movie)
At the Movies: Villains: So Bad, They're Good (1995) (TV Episode)
Clips are shown.
Hollywoodism: Jews, Movies and the American Dream (1998) (TV Movie)
Part of closing montage.
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: America's Greatest Movies (1998) (TV Movie)
The Searchers is #96.
When Brendan Met Trudy (2000)
Brendan watches this movie on TV
The 100 Greatest Films (2001) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown
The Spirit of America (2001) (Short)
SexTV: Legacy of the Cowboy/Blazing Saddles/Pony Play (2004) (TV Episode)
Clip from film is used in this episode.
Dinner for Five: Episode #4.1 (2004) (TV Episode)
Clip shown.
The Searchers: An Appreciation (2006) (Video)
50 Films to See Before You Die (2006) (TV Movie)
Clips shown.
Interactive Film Quiz (2006) (Video Game)
Clip from trailer used
The 79th Annual Academy Awards (2007) (TV Special)
100 Years of John Wayne (2007) (TV Short)
archive footage
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: 10th Anniversary Edition (2007) (TV Movie)
The Searchers is #12.
John Wayne: Behind the Scenes (2007) (Video)
The Factor: Episode dated 18 February 2008 (2008) (TV Episode)
Clips of this film are shown during the interview with Patrick Wayne.
How the West Was Lost (2008) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown
AFI's 10 Top 10: America's 10 Greatest Films in 10 Classic Genres (2008) (TV Special)
The Searchers is the #1 western film.
The Long Shadow of Dirty Harry (2008) (Video)
clips shown
Reel Injun (2009)
A clip is shown
Did You Hear About the Morgans? (2009)
Meryl Morgan watches it on their first night in the Wheelers house.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Robot Monster (2010) (TV Episode)
A clip of the movie was shown among the list of Bronsan Caves filming location history.
These Amazing Shadows (2011)
Clips from this film are shown in These Amazing Shadows.
TCM Guest Programmer: TCM Employee Picks (2011) (TV Episode)
One of the films selected by the co-host
Nostalgia Critic: Old vs. New: True Grit (2011) (TV Episode)
mentions this as one of a few westerns the Critic actually likes
Hollywood's Top Ten: Let Me Go! (2011) (TV Episode)
The Story of Film: An Odyssey: Sex & Melodrama (2011) (TV Episode)
Clips shown
Side by Side (2012)
Clip of John Wayne and wagon train
TCM Guest Programmer: Anthony Bourdain (2012) (TV Episode)
One of the films selected by the co-host
The Pervert's Guide to Ideology (2012)
discusion on ideology
John Ford et Monument Valley (2013) (TV Movie)
Clips featured.
Kain's Lists: Top 12 Favorite Westerns (2013) (TV Episode)
The title card and footage of this movie is shown.
Top 10 Worst Top 10's (2013) (Short)
A clip is shown.
Hollywood et les hommes (2013)
Clips featured
1, 001 Movies You Must See (Before You Die) (2014) (Short)
Clip is presented
And the Oscar Goes to... (2014) (TV Movie)
Clip shown
WatchMojo: Top 10 Movies of the 1950s (2014) (TV Episode)
The Searchers gets an honorable mention.
WatchMojo: Top 10 Western Movies (2014) (TV Episode)
The Searchers is #2.
La saga Warner Bros (2014) (TV Movie)
Clips shown
WatchMojo: Top 10 Damsels in Distress in Movies (2014) (TV Episode)
Debbie Edwards is #9.
Discovering Film: John Wayne (2014) (TV Episode)
Clips shown. Film discussed.
Discovering Film: Natalie Wood (2014) (TV Episode)
Clips shown and performance discussed.
Stars of the Silver Screen: John Wayne (2014) (TV Episode)
Clips shown and performance discussed.
Stars of the Silver Screen: Natalie Wood (2014) (TV Episode)
Footage shown.
WatchMojo: Top 10 Kidnapping Movies (2015) (TV Episode)
The Searchers gets an honorable mention.
Have You Seen My Movie? (2016)
The film contains highlights of this movie
Five Came Back: The Mission Begins (2017) (TV Episode)
Clips shown
Five Came Back: The Price of Victory (2017) (TV Episode)
Clips shown
Kain's Quest: Commando (2017) (TV Episode)
Footage of this movie is shown.
Lost L.A.: Wild West (2017) (TV Episode)
clip shown in "Hanging Trees" segment
WatchMojo: Top 10 Great Movies with No Oscar Nominations (2018) (TV Episode)
The Searchers is #2.
WatchMojo: Top 10 Western Movie Cowboys (2018) (TV Episode)
Ethan Edwards is #7.
Best in Action: 1961 (2018) (TV Episode)
Footage of this movie is shown.
Mark Kermode's Secrets of Cinema: Science Fiction (2018) (TV Episode)
Clip shown
American Dharma (2018)
Clips shown & discussed
De Kijk van Koolhoven: Spaghettiwestern (2018) (TV Episode)
Footage shown
WatchMojo: Top 10 Greatest Closing Shots in Movies (2019) (TV Episode)
Ethan's Departure is #6.
The Whistlers (2019)
In the cinema
The Movies: The Golden Age (2019) (TV Episode)
Film discussed in the episode
Best in Action: 1964 (2020) (TV Episode)
The title card and footage of this movie is shown.
Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer: Lock. Your. Doors. (2021) (TV Episode)
A clip with John Wayne is presented.

Spoofed in 

The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XIX (2008) (TV Episode)
The final scene in The Searchers where Ethan/John Wayne stands in the doorway and grabs his right elbow is integrated into a commercial.

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