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    Equus (1977) -- (Movie Clip) You Can Do Better Than That

    Impatient in only their second session, psychologist Dysart (Richard Burton) is now trading information with Alan (Peter Firth), incarcerated for having blinded several horses, and who reveals some history, and "The Horseman," (John Wyman), in Equus, 1977, from Peter Shaffer's screenplay.

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