"There is no peace in nature" intones the English-speaking narrator of the Soviet documentary Killing to Live. This is proven during the subsequent 50 minutes, in which the byword in the Animal Kingdom is "survival of the fittest." After killing its prey, a snake is devoured by a mongoose, which in turn is knocked off by a hawk, and so it goes. Somehow this natural sequence of events is tied in with communism: Only by divesting itself of those less suitable to guide the destinies of the world will Mankind be able to survive, or something like that. The English narration of Killing to Live was written by Myron Auckland, and spoken by radio actor Arthur Q. Bryan (who later did the voice of Elmer Fudd in the Warner Bros. cartoons!)
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