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L'arroseur arrosé (1895)

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This may well be the first sight gag in cinema history, and it's certainly one of the most famous - a gardener is watering the flowers; a young boy steps on the hose, thus blocking the flow of water; the gardener looks down the hose to see what's happening; the boy lifts his foot off
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