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Not impossible, just unusual - we'd normallly just say 'others'. You only specify people when you want to emphasize their individuality or their interests: 'You ought to share your toys. There's only one Wendy house, so after you've had your turn you must let other people have theirs.'
I'm not a native speaker, but I think you should have a clear idea of whom the others, the other people and other people are in context.
-'The other people' makes a distinction between two groups of peole: you, on the one hand and 'the other people' (probably a particular group previously referred to). I think you can also use 'the others' as a pronoun here.
-'Other people' doesn't make that distinction, it refers to anybody else.
However, I cannot tell you much about real usage.