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Title: PRACTICAL ROMANTIC, SIR WALTER SCOTT
Reference number: 2264
Director: d. Hans Neiter
Sponsor: Films of Scotland, Bank of Scotland, Royal Bank of Scotland, British Linen Bank, Clydesdale Bank
Production company: Anvil Films
Running time: 23 mins
The life of Sir Walter Scott, and the landscape that inspired him. Made to commemorate the bi-centenary of Scott's birth.
Third International Festival of Tourist Films, Lisbon, 1972 - Diploma of Honour.
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Shown at Edinburgh Playhouse, week beginning 20th April 1970. Short to support MAROONED. (Audience 5493)
treatment and comm. George Bruce
cam. Adrian Jenkins
m. Muir Mathieson
Credits (.15) shot of Tower of Smail in the Borders, brief shots Niedpath Castle, Crichton, Newark and Tantallon Castles (3.23) shots Melrose Abbey (4.06) views of St. Mary's Loch, vales of Yarrow and the Tweed (5.46) The Trossachs with shots of herd of red deer (6.41) visuals landscape (9.21) ruined chapel at Balquhidder where Rob Roy McGregor and his wife Helen are buried (9.40) ruined castle on Loch Leven where Queen Mary was imprisoned (10.55) views Holyrood House, Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags (12.00) ext. and int. of Scott's house Abbotsford (15.50) ruin of Druchel Castle of the Clan Douglas, shots of St. Bride's Chapel (17.50)
c/u editions of Scott's novels (.51) views rocky shores of Scotland (1.50) illustrations of Edinburgh and views of Edinburgh buildings (2.46) views hills of Lammermoor and Eildon hills (3.23) shots of a horse-drawn carriage on driveway of Abbotsford and driving up to front entrance (4.09) shot of statue of Walter Scott, Edinburgh (5.00) ecs (5.16)
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