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    Gamekeeper Schumacher (Gaston Modot) leads the gang beating bushes, animals definitely being harmed, as the shooting party (Marcel Dalio, Richard Francouer, Pierre Magnier, Mila Parely, Pierre Nay, Nora Gregor et al) indulges, a famous scene from Jean Renoir's Rules Of The Game, 1939.

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