Bonnie Scotland (Heroes of the Regiment)
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Bonnie Scotland (Heroes of the Regiment)
Stanley MacLaurel (Stan Laurel), the American "black sheep" of the MacLaurel clan, stows away on a cattle boat to Scotland in the company of his pal Ollie (Oliver Hardy) so that he can claim his share of his late uncle Angus Ian MacLaurel's fortune. Alas, Stan's inheritance consists of a snuffbox and a pair of bagpipes, while the bulk of the estate goes to Angus' granddaughter Lorna MacLaurel (June Lang) -- provided she move from Scotland to India, where she and her aunt Lady Vi Ormsby (Anne Grey) will reside with Vi's handsome brother, Colonel Gregor MacGregor… More

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"Stan and Ollie way, way out east in Scotland. Very funny bits."
‑ Steve Crum,
"The two plot threads are so disconnected that the principal and secondary players are never in the same scenes together."
‑ John J. Puccio, Movie Metropolis
"Filmed when Laurel and Hardy were at their peak."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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