BLOGATHON… Welcome to the No True Scotsman Blogathon

 

Pour yourself a wee whisky and join us for Day 1 of this blogathon…

 

Celebrating the first of those entries of those “Scottish” characters from the big and wee screen.

 

 

So if you take the high road, and I take the low road we can meet for these “Scottish” blogathon characters together with dialects of all kinds and loosely based on a Scottish accent. I’m saying loosely as some of these accents are a just wee bit on the dodgy side. But happily, they all have me missing my homeland. Some were filmed in Scotland and some… a Hollywood backlot.

But if you’ve tuned in, just to see some actors in kilts, then this is the place for you… And yes, there’s still time to enter the fun with the blogathon finishing on the 8th. And usually, these blogathon shindigs finish the next day. And the rules are HERE

 

First off the mark, there is wee me with my post at Realweegiemidget Reviews… McMillan & Wife, Death of a Monster Birth of a Legend (1973), S3 Ep1 with English born American, Roddy McDowall as Jamie McMillan…

 

Dell on Movies adds The Loch Ness Horror (1982) featuring American, Doc Livingstone as a “Scot”, Jack Stuart…

 

Fellow Scottish blogger Film Authority tells more about Highlander (1986) with American-French Christopher Lambert as the “Scottish” Connor MacLeod…

 

Caftan Woman reviews Wagon Train, The Annie MacGregor Story, Season 1 with English Jeannie Carson as Annie…

 

Stabford Deathrage also talks Highlander (1986) with American-French Christopher Lambert as Connor MacLeod…

 

The Classic Movie Muse takes us to Brigadoon (1954) with American Cyd Charisse as Fiona Campbell…

 

Taking Up Room shares her review on the Christy TV show with Australian Stewart Finlay-McLennan as Dr McNeil…

 

And tune in tomorrow and Wednesday for more posts….

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