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Bonnie Scotland (1935) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by James W. Horne and produced by Hal Roach.

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Millie - the Maid: Well, ain't she the 'igh and mighty one, denying a girl a bit o' sparking!
Sergeant Major Finlayson: I'm surprised she didn't hear my knees knocking.


Ollie: Good morning Mr. Miggs.
Mr. Miggs - the Lawyer: [looking at them in uniform] God save the queen.


Khan Mir Jutra: [a gunshot is heard behind a screen] Remove the body.
Ollie: [the screen is removed. Stan has his eyes closed and a pistol pointed over his head] What happened?
Stanley MacLaurel: I missed myself.
[cries]


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The date on the office calendar in "Bonnie Scotland" is June 16, the same day as Stan Laurel's birthday.
Barry Norton was originally cast in the role of the romantic juvenile, but he was deemed inappropriate for the role and was replaced by William Janney.
The sets from The Little Minister were used for the Scottish scenes.
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Also directed by James W. Horne




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Also produced by Hal Roach




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Also released in 1935




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