CTVA US Western - "Zane Grey Theatre" (Four Star/CBS) Season 2 (1957-58)

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Hosted by Dick Powell
Season 2 (CBS) (1957-58)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Sal Crisanti,  Rina Fox, Tom Dischley, Tom Alger
references:
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CBS Fridays 8:30 pm Eastern

2.01 [030] Zane Grey Theatre: THE DESERTERS
Four Star prod. no. 8410
4Oct57 CBS Fri
Guest Cast:
Dick Powell ................... Sgt. Maj. Dravo
Margaret Hayes ................ Rose
Tom Pittman ................... John Harris
Joe de Santis ................. Balam
Larkin Ford ................... Lieutenant
Charles Gray .................. Benson
Patrick Clement ............... Curdy

2.02 [031] Zane Grey Theatre: BLOOD IN THE DUST (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8402
11Oct57 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by Sidney Morse / Television Story by L.A. Pogue
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Claudette Colbert ....... Lucy Horncuff
With:
Jeff Morrow ............. Jim Horncuff
*
Barry Atwater ........... Burke (gunman)
Harry Bartell ........... Grim
Alexandre Lockwood ...... Lacey
Denver Pyle ............. Sheriff
Kelly Thordson .......... Bartender
Roy Engle ............... 1st Man

2.03 [032] Zane Grey Theatre: A GUN IS FOR KILLING (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8412
18Oct57 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by Aaron Spelling and Peter Ballas / Television Story by Peter Ballas
Directed by Thomas Carr
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Edmond O'Brien .......... Russell Andrews
With:
Marsha Hunt ............. Claire Andrews
Robert Vaughn ........... Billy Jack
Paul Engle .............. Bobby Andrews
Walter Reed ............. Sam Cluny
James Maloney ........... Will Parr
Michael Hinn ............ Ebie Brenner
John Brinkley ........... Rich Watson

2.04 [033] Zane Grey Theatre: PROUD WOMAN (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8404
25Oct57 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by Clarke Reynolds and John McGreevey / Television Story by Harold Shumate
Directed by Louis King
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Hedy Lamarr .............. Consuela Bowers
With:
Paul Richards ............ Frank Frayne
Roy Roberts .............. Michael Bowers
Edward Colmans ........... Esteban
Val Avery ................ Carson
Donald Buka .............. Laredo
Iphigenie Castiglioni .... Maria Delgado
Synopsis:
When Consuela Bowers arrives in the West, she hires a man to work on her
father's ranch. She does not know that he is a professional gunman. [TA]

2.05 [034] Zane Grey Theatre: RIDE A LONELY TRAIL (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8406
1Nov57 CBS Fri
Prdouced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by Marion Hargrove / Television Story by Kenneth Perkins
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring:
Walter Brennan ........... Sheriff Larson
With:
Val Dufour ............... Horse Daley
John Zaremba ............. Banker
Russell Thorson .......... Judge
Vic Perrin ............... Pete
James Anderson ........... Hooker
Richar Keith ............. Mayor
Synopsis:
The town votes to retire old Sheriff John Larson. The sheriff proves that
he can still handle himself very well and does not need to be put out to pasture.

2.06 [035] Zane Grey Theatre: THE PROMISE (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8400
8Nov57 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Written by James Leiker
Directed by Charles Haas
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring:
Tommy Sands .............. Jace
Gary Merrill ............. Noah
With:
Whitney Blake ............ Ellie
Carl Benton Reid ......... Pa Rawlings
Bruce Gordon ............. Cattle Buyer
S. John Launder .......... Bartender
Ken Mayer ................ 1st Man
Jack Mann ................ 2nd Man
Synopsis:
Restless Jace Rawlins does not want to work on his dying father's ranch
with his older brother Noah and prefers to be wild and free instead. [RF]

2.07 [036] Zane Grey Theatre: EPISODE IN DARKNESS (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8416
15Nov57 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Written by Frederic Louis Fox
Directed by John English
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Starring:
Dewey Martin ............ Ethan Boyan
Anne Bancroft ........... Isabelle Rutledge
With:
Phil Pine ............... Joe Fletcher
John Anderson ........... Roy Kelsey
John Maxwell ............ Doc Wade
Paul Birch .............. Sheriff Cutler
Mack Williams ........... Judge Moody
Dick Rich ............... Gurney Walcott
William Erwin ........... Joshua Morgan
Mason Curry ............. Henry Taylor
Edwin Evanson ........... Julia Crayton

2.08 [037] Zane Grey Theatre: THE OPEN CELL
[verified -SC]
Four Star prod. no. 8408
22Nov57 CBS Fri
Directed By Robert Florey
Written By Barney Slater
Guest Cast:
Dick Powell ................ as Sheriff Morgan Winter
Marshall Thompson .......... as Eli Hendricks
Steven Terrell ............. as Jess Bolin
Francis Robinson ........... as Eleanor Winter
Maurice Manson ............. as Ben McCready
Brett King ................. as Sam Butler
Thomas Wilde ............... as The Business Man
Robert Sherman ............. as The Doctor
John Mitchum ............... as The Cow Hand
Gail Ganley ................ as Sarah
Synopsis:
Sheriff Morgan Winter tries to reabilitate a youngman involved in a shooting.
His deputy and the towns citizens strongly opose Winter's intent. [SC]

2.09 [038] Zane Grey Theatre: A MAN TO LOOK UP TO
Four Star prod. no. 8414
29Nov57
Guest Cast:
Lew Ayres ..................... Jud Lester
Diane Brewster ................ Mrs. Lester
Will Wright ................... King
Willis Bouchey ................ Case
Robert Gothie ................. Ben Mansen
Jess Kirkpatrick .............. Clem
K.L. Smith .................... Ray Mansen
Ron Brogan .................... Dickson

2.10 [039] Zane Grey Theatre: THE BITTER LAND (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8420
6Dec57 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by Barney Slater and Leonard William Moran
Television Story by Leonard William Moran
Directed by Arthur Hiller
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Starring:
Peggy Wood ........... Sarah Jolland
Dan O'Herlihy ........ Captain Scott
With:
Marian Seldes ........ Alicia Jolland
Jan Merlin ........... Jeff Batterson
Bob Anderson ......... Tucker
Fay Roope ............ Morgan Batterson
Richard Beymer ....... Shep Jolland
Synopsis:
Sarah Jolland endangers her grandsons' life when she refuses to share her
water supply with the neighboring ranches during a drought. [RF]

2.11 [040] Zane Grey Theater: GIFT FROM A GUNMAN
Four Star prod. no. 8422
13Dec57 (rebroadcast 30Jul59)
produced by Hal Hudson
teleplay by Russell S. Hughes
story by Charles A. Stearns
directed by John English
director of photography George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
*
Dick Powell's commentary at the beginning:
"These were among the last weapons of Bill Longley, a gunman credited with
killing 32 people. Bill retired to become a farmer, I guess he figured
it was time to stop raising kane and start raising a few beans. It didn't
last long tho, so he was hanged October 11, 1878. His newspaper epitaph
read, "Bill Longley got the rope today, gave up the farm for gunplay.
Should have stayed behind the plow, he's pushing up the daises now."
In the story we have chosen for you this week, "Gift From a Gunman",
we'll see how difficult it is for a gunman to retire. [RF]
*
Guest Cast:
Howard Keel .......... Will Gorman
John Dehner .......... Colonel Overton
Jean Willes .......... Marcy Overton
Michael Landon ....... Dan Overton
K.L. Smith ........... Jim Marshoot
Synopsis:
After he is wounded in a gun duel, Will Gorman resolves to forsake
the gunman's life. He visits an old friend, whose restless wife and
gun-eager son weaken his resolution to reform. [RF]

2.12 [041] Zane Grey Theatre: A GUN FOR MY BRIDE (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8418
27Dec57 CBS Fri
Produced by HAl Hudson
Teleplay by Aaron Spelling, Lee Loeb, Jerry Adelman/
Television Story by Lee Loeb, Jerry Adelman
Directed by James Sheldon
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Jane Greer ........... Ellen Morrow
Eddie Albert ......... Jed Wiley
With:
Onslow Stevens ....... Roger Morrow
Chris Alcaide ........ Nate Evers
Robert Karnes ........ Rand Akins
Ollie O'Toole ........ Storekeeper

2.13 [042] Zane Grey Theatre: MAN UNFORGIVING (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8426
3Jan58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by Bob Barbash / Television Story by Frank Waldman
Directed by James Sheldon
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Joseph Cotten ........ Ben Harper
With:
Claude Akins ......... Sheriff Adam Prescott
Mary Shipp ........... Sarah Prescott
Johnny Crawford ...... Billy Prescott
S. John Launer ....... Wilkins
Joel Ashley .......... Sam Baker
Val Benedict ......... Clint
John Falvo ........... Simpson
William Vaughan ...... Chuck
Dan Blocker .......... Matt
Synopsis:
When ex-Army doctor Ben Harper comes to town, Sheriff Prescott holds
him responsible for the loss of his leg.
(UK: aired as part of "The Westerners" 6Dec68 ITV Granada, Fri 10:30pm)

2.14 [043] Zane Grey Theatre: TRIAL BY FEAR (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8424
10Jan58 CBS
Produced by Hal Hudson
Written by Arthur Dales
Directed by James Sheldon
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Robert Ryan .......... Cob Oakley
With:
Harold J. Stone ...... Tuphill
Ed Platt ............. Sheriff Gait
Raymond Bailey ....... Baker
Russ Thorson ......... Mason
Thos. Wilde .......... Walsh
Joe Perry ............ Riggs
Kelly Thorsden ....... Price
Dick Crockett ........ Clegg
And:
David Janssen ........ Tod Owen
Synopsis:
When Tod Owen is charged with the murder of Clegg Tuphill, he is found not
guilty, seems there were some unmittigating circumstances linking the elder
brother of Tuphill as the source of the problem. [RF]

2.15 [044] Zane Grey Theatre: THE FREIGHTER (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8428
17Jan58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Written by Fred Feiberger
Directed by Christian Nyby
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck ...... Belle Garrison
With:
Robert H. Harris ...... Rufus Murdock
John Archer ........... Ad Masters
James Bell ............ Judge Garrison
Jason Johnson ......... Ez Williams
Bill Catching ......... Newt Murdock
Thomas Peters ......... Gil Murdock
Bob Hoy ............... Red Murdock
Charles Tannen ........ Ben
Troy Melton ........... Mort
Synopsis:
Belle Garrison runs her grandfathers' freightline when the Murdock
clan tries to take over the line. [RF]

2.16 [045] Zane Grey Theatre: THIS MAN MUST DIE (1958) (verified -SC/RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8430
24Jan58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by Russell S. Hughes
Based on a Television Story by Jack Guss and Norman Jacob
Directed by James Sheldon
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Dan Duryea ............ Kirk Joiner
With:
Carole Mathews ........ Libby
Karl Swenson .......... Lee Willis
Than Wyenn ............ Chick Braus
Walter Coy ............ Sheriff Baker
Joseph Sargent ........ Pete Hansen
Tom Vize .............. Cochran
Michael Ragan (aka Holly Bane) ..... Bartender
Chuck Hayward .......... Posse Man (uncredited)
Synopsis:
A man wrongly accused of murder seeks revenge on the man that
testified against him. [SC]

2.17 [046] Zane Grey Theatre: WIRE (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8432
31Jan58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by John McGreevey / Television Story by Harry Julian Fink
Directed by James Sheldon
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Lloyd Bridges ......... Sam Fraser
With:
June Vincent .......... Abby Fraser
Edward Binns .......... Abel McHugh
David Opatoshu ........ Dave Purcell
James Drury ........... Jess McHugh
John Wilder ........... Ben Fraser
Tom Holland ........... Wick Hawes
Theodore Newton ....... Oliver Ryson
Dale Van Sickel ....... Ed
Mimi Gibson ........... Beth

2.18 [047] Zane Grey Theatre: LICENSE TO KILL (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8434
07Feb58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by Antony Ellis and Kyle Mason / Television Story by Kyle Mason
Directed by James Sheldon
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Macdonald Carey ....... Sheriff Tom Baker
John Ericson .......... Lane Baker
With:
Jacques Aubuchon ...... Mayor Danforth
Stacy Harris .......... Doc Currie
Richard Devon ......... Walker
Peter Whitney ......... Growler
George Cisar .......... White
Gene Roth ............. Wilkie
Jim Nyland ............ Torrence

2.19 [048] Zane Grey Theatre: SUNDOWN AT BITTER CREEK (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8436
14Feb58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by Aaron Spelling / Television Story by Carson A. Wiley
Directed by Robert Florey
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Dick Powell ........... Dan Case
With:
Cathy O'Donnell ....... Jennie Parsons
Nick Adams ............ Lynn Parsons
Jeanne Cooper ......... Lucy
Dennis Cross .......... Darnell
Peter Breck ........... Sundance Kid
Bill Guyman ........... Bartender
And:
Tex Ritter ............ Reydo
Synopsis:
A man arrives in the town of Bitter Creek. Though he is trying to live down
his past as a gun fighter the stranger learns that his appearance has a decided
effect on three of the town's inhabitants. [TA]

2.20 [049] Zane Grey Theatre: THE STRANGER (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8440
28Feb58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by John Falvo, Irving Elman / Television Story by Irving Elman
Directed by Robert Gordon
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Mark Stevens ........... Cort McConnell
With:
Dan Barton ............. Garth
Denver Pyle ............ Sheriff
Walter Barnes .......... Frank (bartender)
Judith Ames ............ Martha Bream
William Schallert ...... Yarbrough
John Falvo ............. Mabry
Jess Kirkpatrick ....... Wolfe
Rankin Mansfield ....... Dr. Bauman

2.21 [050] Zane Grey Theatre: SHARPSHOOTER (pilot for  The Rifleman (1958-63) [verified -SC]
Four Star prod. no. 8438 Levy-Gardner-Laven Productions, Inc
7Mar58 CBS Fri
Directed by Arnold Laven
Written by Sam Peckinpah
Guest Cast:
Chuck Connors ........... as Lucas McCain
Johnny Crawford ......... as Mark McCain
Dennis Hooper ........... as Vern Tippert
Leif Erickson ........... as Jim Lewis
Sidney Blackmer ......... as Judge Hanavan
Charles Arnt ............ as Wes Tippert
R.G. Armstrong .......... as Sheriff Fred Tomlinson
Mickey Simpson .......... as Carl Lampsey
Kathleen MulQueen ....... as Nancy Hanavan
Yolanda Aldridge ........ as The Waitress
Synopsis:
Lucas McCain and his son Mark, arrive in the town of North Fork, with hopes of
buying a small ranch. Lucas enters a turkey shoot, to raise enough money for
a down payment on the property. He comes into oposition with a hard case
business man, and a quick draw young man. [SC]

2.22 [051] Zane Grey Theatre: MAN OF FEAR (verified -SC)
(Unsold Pilot for a proposed "Doc Holliday" series)
Four Star-Zane Grey prod. no. 8442
14Mar58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Production Executive Frank Baur
Editorial Supervisor Bernard Burton
Written by Aaron Spelling
Directed by Jamed Sheldon
Assistant Director/ Unit Manager, William Dario Faralla
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Music Supervision, Earle Dearth
Starring:
Dewy Martin ...... As Doc Holliday
Julie Adams......As Julie Brand
With:
Arthur Franz......As Lee Brand
Brett King......As Sheriff Zack Martin
Marjorie Owens......As Mrs. Thacker
Bob Gothie......As Burt Hatman
Clayton Post......As Sid
Allen Pinson......As 1st Deputy
Chuck Hayward......As 2nd Deputy
Bill Ward......As 3rd Deputy
Series Premise:
A Personal-sensative approach of the famous western gunfighter. [SC]
Synopsis:
Doc Holliday arrives at the ranch of two old friends who are being
extorted by a local sheriff and his deputies. Due to a personal disability,
the ranch owner is afraid to fight back, and turns to his friend for help. [SC]

2.23 [052] Zane Grey Theatre: THE DOCTOR KEEPS A PROMISE (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8444
21Mar58 CBS Fri
Prdouced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by Harold Swanton / Story by Luke Short
Directed by Robert Gordon
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Cameron Mitchell ....... Dr. Allan McMurdo
With:
Carolyn Kearney ........ Jenny Bechdolt
Ken Lynch .............. Hod Strosnidor
Forrest Taylor ......... Dr. Casfin
Peter Breck ............ Marshal
Alex Gerry ............. Mason Wellman
Bob Hoy ................ Jud Moore
Robert Beneveds ........ Dave Bechdolt
Luis Gomez ............. Panchito
Ed Nelson .............. Nelson

2.24 [053] Zane Grey Theatre: THREE DAYS TO DEATH (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8446
4Apr58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by William L. Stuart and John McGreevey
Television Story by William L. Stuart
Directed by Robert Gordon
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Michael Rennie ........ Grant Coburn
With:
Chris Alcaide ......... Vic Granver?
Earle Hodgins ......... Andy Soames
Tom Brown ............. Sheriff
Jason Johnson ......... Hemming?
Michael Hall .......... Tom Birch
Paul Stader ........... Crane
Gil Perkins ........... White
Ned Glass ............. Barman
Irvin Ashkenazy ....... Blacksmith
Synopsis:
After learning that his brother has been killed out west an Eastern
sets out to find his killer. [RF]

2.25 [054] Zane Grey Theatre: SHADOW OF A DEAD MAN (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8448
11Apr58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Teleplay by Frederic Louis Fox and Aaron Spelling
Television Story by Frederic Louis Fox
Directed by Robert Gordon
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Barry Sullivan ......... Raney Benson
With:
Carl Benton Reid ....... Zachary Wheeler
Whitney Blake .......... Jessie Wheeler
DeForest Kelley ........ Logan Wheeler
Richard Shannon ........ Mark Wilkins
Fred Kohler ............ Sheriff Kincaid

2.26 [055] Zane Grey Theatre: DEBT OF GRATITUDE (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8450
18Apr58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Written by John McGreevey
Directed by William Dario Faralla
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Steve Cochran ......... Marshal Cam Tolby
James Whitmore ........ Ben Kincaid
With:
Walter Sande .......... John Lanfield
Robert Ellenstein ..... Alf Stokes
Sam Edwards ........... Wilt Buford
Ellen Parker .......... Doris Palmer
Ben Wright ............ Doc Tyler
Henry Rowland ......... Mort
Joe Haworth ........... Driver
Howard Culver ......... Barber

2.27 [056] Zane Grey Theatre: HANDFUL OF ASHES (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 8452
2May58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Written by Christopher Knopf
Directed by Robert Gordon
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Thomas Mitchell ....... Ben Cary
June Lockhart ......... Alfree Cary (daughter)
Gene Evans ............ Jerrod Toll
With:
Dabbs Greer ........... Ed McColl
William Schallert ..... Baird
Tom Monroe ............ Ethan Croft
Jon Lormer ............ Doc
David Leland .......... Lafe Swift
John Falvo ............ Bartender
Synopsis:
Old timer Ben Cary wants to become Deputy but the town thinks he's
too old for the job. He takes in a man with a snake bite and realizes
that he is outlaw Jerrod Toll. He wants to prove to the town that
he can take him to Cheyenne for the crimes he has been accused of. [RF]

2.28 [057] Zane Grey Theatre: THREAT OF VIOLENCE (verified -SC)
(1st pilot for "Black Saddle")
Four Star prod. no. 8454
23May58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Written by John McGreevey
Directed by Robert Gordon
Production Executive Frank Baur
Editorial Supervisor Bernard Burton
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Cesar Romero .......... Carlos Gandara
Lyle Bettger .......... Sheriff Griff Evans
With:
Chris Alcaide ........ Clay Culhane
Jorja Curtright ...... Felicia Cheney
Harry Lauter ......... Hake Morris
Alex Gerry ........... James Ballinger
Bruce Cowling ........ Verg Cheney
Jess Kirkpatrick ..... William Newman
Jason Johnson ........ Dr. Harris
Series Premise:
Clay Culhane who was once known as a famous gunfighter
decides to become a lawyer. [SC]
Synopsis:
Clay Culhane comes to the aid of a Mexican vacaro accused of murdering
another man's wife. [SC]
Note:
This was the original pilot for a proposed series title "Black Saddle"
that starred veteran character actor Chris Alcaide, that aired on "Zane
Grey Theatre". Later the producers decided to use actor Peter Breck
in the starring role after the first pilot was rejected. [SC]

2.29 [058] Zane Grey Theatre: UTOPIA, WYOMING (verified -SC)
Four Star prod. no. 8456
06Jun58 CBS Fri
Produced by Hal Hudson
Written by Aaron Spelling.
Directed by William Dario Faralla
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C.
Starring:
Gary Merrill .......... Luke Cannon
Joanne Gilbert ........ Jennie Cannon
With:
Pernell Roberts ....... Jet Mason
Robert Gothie ......... Blake Scott
*
Myron Healey .......... Cliff Merson
Walter Coy ............ Hank Cluny
Henry Oliver .......... Joe Esmond
Charles Horvath ....... Sam Vincent
Ray Ferrell ........... Chris Cannon
Synopsis:
A clan of Confederates from Georgia looking for a new way of life settle in
a deserted Wyoming ghost town that they have named 'Utopia'. Two government
map makers arrive and are held against their will by the town leader and his clan. [SC]

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