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  1. The Shooting Party is a 1984 British drama film directed by Alan Bridges and based on the book of the same name by Isabel Colegate.

  2. The Shooting Party es una película británica de 1985 dirigida por Alan Bridges y basada en la novela homónima de Isabel Colegate. La historia, ambientada en 1913, retrata la forma de vida de unos aristócratas ingleses reunidos para la caza del faisán y mostrar así como se permiten toda clase de placeres e indulgencias.

    • Isabel Colegate
    • Geoffrey Reeve
  3. 24/05/1985 · The Shooting Party 1984 1 h 38 m IMDb RATING 6.9 /10 1.4K YOUR RATING Rate Play trailer 3:16 1 Video 27 Photos Drama Romance While Europe stands on the brink of World War I in Autumn 1913, Sir Randolph Nettleby hosts a weekend of shooting on his estate for European aristocrats. Director Alan Bridges Writers Isabel Colegate (novel)

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    • Drama | , Romance
    • Alan Bridges
    • 1985-05-24
  4. 28/02/1979 · A romantic drama in which a beautiful but poor young woman has to choose between three suitors: an old widower, a decadent nobleman and a handsome but poor young man. Director Emil Loteanu Writers Anton Chekhov (novel "Drama na okhote") Emil Loteanu Stars Galina Belyaeva Oleg Yankovskiy Kirill Lavrov See production, box office & company info

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    • Drama | , Romance
    • Emil Loteanu
    • 1979-02-28
  5. The Shooting Party is Chekhov's only full-length novel, although that fact doesn't really distinguish it from other long works like The Steppe, The Duel, and so on (even within the story, he refers to it as a "novel (or novella if you prefer)" with characteristic ambivalence). What does differentiate it is the fact that it is a detective novel.

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    • Paperback
  6. The Shooting Party was originally published in Russia in serial form in a total of thirty-two segments. It was later published in its entirety in an English translation (completed by A.E. Chamot) by London publisher Stanley Paul in 1926. In 2004, the novel was republished by Penguin Books with a new translation by Ronald Wilks. Reception