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A fake Fabergé egg, and a fellow Agent's death, lead James Bond to uncover an international jewel-smuggling operation, headed by the mysterious Octopussy, being used to disguise a nuclear... See more »

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James Bond
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Octopussy
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Kamal Khan
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Magda
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Gobinda
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Orlov
David Meyer ...
Twin One
Tony Meyer ...
Twin Two (as Anthony Meyer)
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Q
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M
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Miss Moneypenny
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Penelope Smallbone
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Gogol
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Vijay
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Sadruddin
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Minister of Defence
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Fanning
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009
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Auctioneer
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U.S. General
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U.S. Aide (as Richard Parmentier)
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Soviet Chairman
Suzanne Jerome ...
Gwendoline
Cherry Gillespie ...
Midge
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Kamp
Peter Porteous ...
Lenkin
Eva Reuber-Staier ...
Rublevitch (as Eva Rueber-Staier)
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Smithers (as Jeremy Bullock)
Tina Hudson ...
Bianca
William Derrick ...
Thug with Yo-yo
Stuart Saunders ...
Major Clive
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British Ambassador
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Borchoi
Hugo Bower ...
Karl
Ken Norris ...
Colonel Toro
Tony Arjuna ...
Mufti
Gertan Klauber ...
Bubi
Brenda Cowling ...
Schatzi
David Grahame ...
Petrol Pump Attendant
Brian Coburn ...
South American V.I.P.
Michael Halphie ...
South American Officer
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Octopussy Girl
Carolyn Seaward ...
Octopussy Girl
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Octopussy Girl
Cheryl Anne ...
Octopussy Girl
Jani-Z ...
Octopussy Girl
Julie Martin ...
Octopussy Girl
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Octopussy Girl
Julie Barth ...
Octopussy Girl
Kathy Davies ...
Octopussy Girl
Helene Hunt ...
Octopussy Girl
Gillian De Terville ...
Octopussy Girl
Safira Afzal ...
Octopussy Girl
Louise King ...
Octopussy Girl
Tina Robinson Hansen ...
Octopussy Girl (as Tina Robinson)
Alison Worth ...
Octopussy Girl
Janine Andrews ...
Octopussy Girl
Lynda Knight ...
Octopussy Girl
Susanne Dando ...
Gymnast Supervisor
Teresa Craddock ...
Gymnast
Kirsten Harrison ...
Gymnast
Christine Cullers ...
Gymnast
Lisa Jackman ...
Gymnast
Jane Aldridge ...
Gymnast
Christine Gibson ...
Gymnast
Tracy Llewellyn ...
Gymnast
Ruth Flynn ...
Gymnast
Roberto Germains ...
Ringmaster
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Francisco the Fearless
The Hassani Troupe ...
The Circus
The Flying Cherokees ...
The Circus
Carol Richter ...
The Circus
Josef Richter ...
The Circus
Vera Fossett ...
The Circus
Shirley Fossett ...
The Circus
Barrie Winship ...
The Circus
Ravinder Singh Reyett ...
Thug
Gurdial Sira ...
Thug
Michael Moor ...
Thug
Sven Surtees ...
Thug
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Thug
Ray Charles ...
Thug
Talib Johnny ...
Thug
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lewis Alexander ...
Man at Udaiper Hotel Bar (uncredited)
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Russian Soldier (uncredited)
R.J. Bell ...
German Man in Circus (uncredited)
Ken Burns ...
East German Bodyguard (uncredited)
Ishaq Bux ...
Fakir (uncredited)
Gary John Clarke ...
German border train passenger (uncredited)
Kenneth Coombs ...
American Serviceman (uncredited)
Barbie Denham ...
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Sally Dewhurst ...
Circus Personnel (uncredited)
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Hotel Guide (uncredited)
Reg Harding ...
Fisherman in Boat (uncredited)
Jennifer Hill ...
Ambrassador's wife. (uncredited)
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South American Soldier (uncredited)
Lew Hooper ...
Doctor Octopussy (uncredited)
Eric Kent ...
Soviet Board Member (uncredited)
Aileen Lewis ...
Woman at Udaipur Hotel Bar (uncredited)
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Head VOPO (uncredited)
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US Air Force Base Officer (uncredited)
Cathy Munroe ...
Circus Guest (uncredited)
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Galley Mistress (uncredited) (voice)
Charles Price ...
Soviet Security Council Member (uncredited)
Lenny Rabin ...
Bidder at Sotheby's (uncredited)
Reggae Ranjhe ...
Guard (uncredited)
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Young Girl at Circus (uncredited)
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Soldier (uncredited)
Gary Russell ...
Boy Teen in Car (uncredited)
Gito Santana ...
Killer (uncredited)
Bunny Seaman ...
Auction Patron (uncredited)
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German Women in Circus (uncredited)
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Little Girl at Circus (uncredited)
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Soviet Security Council Member / Man on Tour Boat (uncredited)

Directed by

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John Glen

Written by

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George MacDonald Fraser ... (screen story and screenplay) and
Richard Maibaum ... (screen story and screenplay) &
Michael G. Wilson ... (screen story and screenplay)
 
Ian Fleming ... (stories "Octopussy" and "The Property of a Lady") (uncredited)

Produced by

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Albert R. Broccoli ... producer
Tom Pevsner ... associate producer (as Thomas Pevsner)
Michael G. Wilson ... executive producer

Music by

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John Barry

Cinematography by

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Alan Hume ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Peter Davies
Henry Richardson

Editorial Department

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John Grover ... supervising editor
Brent Eldridge ... digital color correction (uncredited)
Nigel Galt ... assistant editor (uncredited)
Matthew Glen ... first assistant editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Debbie McWilliams

Production Design by

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Peter Lamont

Art Direction by

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John Fenner

Set Decoration by

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Jack Stephens

Costume Design by

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Emma Porteous ... (costumes designed by)

Makeup Department

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Eric Allwright ... makeup artist
Jeanette Freeman ... hairdresser (as Jeannette Freeman)
George Frost ... makeup supervisor
Peter Robb-King ... makeup artist (as Peter-Robb King)
Chris Taylor ... hairdressing supervisor (as Christopher Taylor)

Production Management

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Leonhard Gmür ... production manager
Hugh Harlow ... production supervisor
Philip Kohler ... production manager
Gerry Levy ... production manager
Barrie M. Osborne ... production manager (as Barrie Osborne)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Tony Broccoli ... second assistant director
Don French ... additional assistant director
Gerry Gavigan ... assistant director: second unit
Terry Madden ... second assistant director
Baba Shaikh ... additional assistant director
Andrew Warren ... second assistant director
Anthony Waye ... assistant director
Arthur Wooster ... second unit director
Michael Zimbrich ... second assistant director
Barbara Broccoli ... assistant director (uncredited)
James Devis ... assistant director (uncredited)
Dilip Roy ... second second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Ernest Archer ... assistant art director (as Ernie Archer)
Ken Court ... additional art director
Fred Hole ... assistant art director
Dave Jordan ... property master (as David Jordan)
Michael Lamont ... additional art director
Jim Morahan ... assistant art director
Ron Quelch ... production buyer
Michael Redding ... construction manager
Crispian Sallis ... set dresser (India)
Jan Schlubach ... additional art director
Ernest Smith ... scenic artist
Jacqueline Stears ... scenic artist
Ram Yedekar ... additional art director
Tom Brown ... art department assistant (uncredited)
John Chisholm ... prop man (uncredited)
Agnes Goveas ... set dresser (uncredited)
Duncan Guest ... carpenter (uncredited)
Robert Jackson ... carpenter (uncredited)
Dave Margolin ... painter (uncredited)
Brian Muir ... sculptor (uncredited)
Wesley Peppiatt ... props (uncredited)
Bob Sherwood ... dressing prop (uncredited)
John Wells ... stand-by prop (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Ken Barker ... re-recording mixer
Derek Holding ... dubbing editor
Mike Hopkins ... dubbing editor (as Michael Hopkins)
Jean-Pierre Lelong ... sound effects (as John Pierre Lelong)
Gordon K. McCallum ... re-recording mixer (as Gordon McCallum)
Ken Nightingall ... boom operator
Rajen Rajkhowa ... sound mixer: 2nd Unit
Graham V. Hartstone ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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John Evans ... second unit effects supervisor
John Richardson ... special effects supervisor
Norman Baillie ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Ron Cartwright ... special effects technician (uncredited)
David Domeyer ... special effects (uncredited)
Julian Parry ... model unit (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Leslie Dear ... model photography
Brian Smithies ... model effects supervisor
Charles Staffell ... front projection

Stunts

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Del Baker ... the stunt team
Pat Banta ... the stunt team
Dave Bickers ... stunt engineer
William H. Burton Jr. ... the stunt team supervisor (as Bill Burton)
Clive Curtis ... the stunt team
Jim Dowdall ... the stunt team
Dorothy Ford ... the stunt team
Martin Grace ... the stunt team supervisor
Nick Hobbs ... the stunt team
Jazzer Jeyes ... the stunt team
Dominique Julienne ... stunt double Roger Moore
Rémy Julienne ... driving stunts arranger (as Remy Julienne)
Wayne Michaels ... the stunt team
Dan Peterson ... stunt engineer
Bob Simmons ... action sequences arranger
Rocky Taylor ... the stunt team
Malcolm Weaver ... the stunt team
Chris Webb ... the stunt team (as Christopher Webb)
Bill Weston ... the stunt team
Paul Weston ... the stunt team supervisor
Roy Alon ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Pat Banta ... stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Ken Barker ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Marc Boyle ... additional stunts (uncredited)
David Brandon ... additional stunts (uncredited)
William H. Burton Jr. ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Terry Cade ... stunts (uncredited)
George Lane Cooper ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Jim Dowdall ... stunt double under train: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Eddie Eddon ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Steve Emerson ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Stuart Fell ... additional stunts (uncredited)
J.W. 'Corkey' Fornof ... stunt pilot (uncredited)
Terry Forrestal ... stunts (uncredited)
Alan Gold ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Martin Grace ... stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Richard Graydon ... stunts (uncredited)
Fred Haggerty ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Reg Harding ... stunts (uncredited)
Frank Henson ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Dave Holland ... stunt performer (uncredited)
Buddy Joe Hooker ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Arthur Howell ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Norman Howell ... riding double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Tommy J. Huff ... additional stunts (uncredited)
George Leech ... explosion stunt (uncredited) / stunt driver (uncredited)
Rick Lester ... stunt driver (uncredited)
Jimmy Lodge ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Jake Lombard ... stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Wayne Michaels ... stunt double: Twin, during train fight (uncredited)
Eddie Powell ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Nosher Powell ... stunts (uncredited)
R.A. Rondell ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Michael Runyard ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Jack Sholomir ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Colin Skeaping ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Tony Smart ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Stuart St. Paul ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Roy Street ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Rocky Taylor ... stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Tip Tipping ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Henri Trautman ... motorcycle stunt (uncredited) / stunt driver (uncredited)
Bill Weston ... stunt double: Louis Jordan (uncredited)
Paul Weston ... stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Jason White ... stunts (uncredited)
Nick Wilkinson ... stunts (uncredited)
Darryl Wooten ... head precission driver (uncredited) / stunt performer (uncredited)
B.J. Worth ... stunt double: Kabir Bedi (uncredited)
Dick Ziker ... additional stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Robert E. Collins ... additional photography (as Bob Collins)
Frank Connor ... stills
James Devis ... additional photography (as Jimmy Devis)
W.C. 'Chunky' Huse ... camera grip (as Chunky Huse)
Jack Lowin ... camera operator: second unit
Colin Manning ... camera grip
Alec Mills ... camera operator
David B. Nowell ... camera operator: second unit (as David Nowell)
Jimmy Spoard ... grip
John Tythe ... electrical supervisor
Malcolm Vinson ... camera operator: second unit
George Whitear ... stills
Arthur Wooster ... photographer: second unit
Ian Foster ... clapper loader (uncredited)
Vince Goddard ... electrician (uncredited)
Geoff Mulligan ... aerial camera operator (uncredited)
Phil Pastuhov ... aerial camera operator (uncredited)
Nick Schlesinger ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Nigel Seal ... second assistant camera (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Jane Jenkins ... casting: U.S.

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Tiny Nicholls ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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Rashid Abbasi ... location manager (as Rashid Abassi)
Peter Bennett ... location manager

Music Department

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John Barry ... conductor
Monty Norman ... composer: The James Bond theme
John Richards ... music mixer
Tom Boyd ... oboe soloist (uncredited)
Sidney Margo ... music contractor (uncredited)

Other crew

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Mohini Banerji ... production assistant
Reginald A. Barkshire ... production controller
Sheila Barnes ... production assistant
Maurice Binder ... main title designed by
Albert R. Broccoli ... presenter
Barbara Broccoli ... executive assistant
Joanna Brown ... production secretary
May Capsaski ... production assistant (as May Capsaskis)
Eleanor Chaudhuri ... production secretary
Penny Daniels ... continuity: second unit
Rande DeLuca ... the aerial team: Beech 18 (as Rande Deluca)
J.W. 'Corkey' Fornof ... the aerial team: AcroStar Jet (as Corkey' Fornof)
Geoff Freeman ... unit publicist
Shama Habibullah ... Indian production advisor
Richard Holley ... the aerial team: AcroStar Jet (as Rick Holley)
Charles Juroe ... director of publicity
Clay Lacy ... the aerial team: coordinator
Jake Lombard ... the aerial team: Beech 18
Jane Meagher ... location accountant
Douglas Noakes ... production accountant
Iris Rose ... production assistant
Marge Rowland ... location accountant
Ursula Schlieper ... location accountant
Elaine Schreyeck ... continuity
Doreen Soan ... continuity: second unit
Mary Stellar ... production secretary
Joe Taylor ... the aerial team: Beech 18
Michael Turk ... boatmaster
Joyce Turner ... production assistant
B.J. Worth ... the aerial team: Beech 18
Philip Wrestler ... the aerial team: director
Phillip Christilaw ... public affairs (uncredited)
Robin Melville ... production assistant (uncredited)
Sarah Nichols ... assistant accountant (uncredited)
Adam Samuelson ... louma crane technician (uncredited)
Doris Spriggs ... assistant: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Marc Wolff ... helicopter pilot (uncredited)

Thanks

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Shree Maharana B.S. Mewar ... the producers gratefully acknowledge the assistance and co-operation of (as Shree Maharana B.S. Mewar Udaipur)
Udaipur Shree Maharana B.S. Mewar ... the producers gratefully acknowledge the assistance and co-operation of
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

James Bond's next mission sends him to the circus. A British agent was murdered and found holding onto a priceless Faberge egg. Kamal Kahn buys the egg at an auction, but Bond becomes suspicious when Kahn meets up with Russian General, Orlov. Bond soon finds out that Kahn's and Orlov's plan is to blow a nuclear device in an American Air Force Base. Bond teams up with a circus group, which are headed by the beautiful Octopussy, who is also close friend of Kahn. Will Bond be quick enough, before World War III begins? Written by simon

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Taglines Nobody does it better...thirteen times. See more »
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Also Known As
  • James Bond 007 - Octopussy (Germany)
  • 007: Восьминiжка (Ukraine)
  • Octopussy: 007 contra las chicas mortales (Peru)
  • 007 - Operação Tentáculo (Portugal)
  • Polipka (Hungary)
  • See more »
Runtime
  • 131 min
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Budget $27,500,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United Kingdom GBP113,704, 15 Jun 1983

Did You Know?

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Trivia During filming, Sir Roger Moore was misdiagnosed with heart problems. When he got home, Maud Adams had her boyfriend, who was a doctor, give him a second opinion. He pronounced him medically fit. See more »
Goofs During Kamal's backgammon game with The Major, Kamal doubles then rolls a double 6 and the Major resigns. In fact, The Major had his home board locked and there is no roll that would have helped Kamal. (In the long shots, one can see the 1 through 5 points are closed; in the closeup of the double 6, one can the 6 point is closed). See more »
Movie Connections Edited into The Bond Sound: The Music of 007 (2000). See more »
Soundtracks All Time High See more »
Crazy Credits JAMES BOND WILL RETURN IN "FROM A VIEW TO A KILL" - this is the second time in the series that the title of the next Bond film is not given as it will eventually appear (the FROM being dropped from Fleming's original title). See also The Spy Who Loved Me. See more »
Quotes [after Bond has escaped]
Kamal Khan: Mr. Bond is indeed of a very rare breed... soon to be made extinct.
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