How Many Of These Scottish Movie Quotes Can You Remember?

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Major Jock Sinclair: We’re on a first name basis in this regiment. Your first name is Derek; my first name is Major.
Tunes of Glory 1960

Major Jock Sinclair: Whisky for the gentlemen that like it. And for the gentlemen that don’t like it – Whisky.
Tunes of Glory 1960

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MacIntyre: Give me a 42 yesr old whisky, Roddy.
Roddy: We’ve none of that tonight Mr. Mac.
MacIntyre: Well give me four eight-year olds and a ten-year old.
Rowdy: Aye, that adds up.
Local Hero 1983

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Townsman: Are you sure there are two ‘l’s in dollar, Gideon?
Gideon: Yes! An’ there are two ‘g’s in bugger off!
Local Hero 1983

Narrator: To the west, there is nothing. Except America.
Whisky Galore 1949

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Susan: At least you’ve stopped kissing me like I was your aunty.
Gregory: What’s my aunty going to say when I kiss her at Christmas?
Gregory’s Girl 1981

Richard Hannay: There are 20 million women in this island and I’ve got to be chained to you.
The 39 Steps 1935

Sheriff Watson: And this bullet stuck among the hymns, eh? Well, I’m not surprised Mr. Hannay. Some of those hymns are terrible hard to get through.
The 39 Steps 1935

Richard Hannay: Are you married?
The Milkman: Yes, but don’t rub it in.
The 39 Steps 1935

Lord Summerisle: Do sit down, Sergeant. Shocks are so much better absorbed with the knees bent.
The Wicker Man 1973

Mark “Rent-boy” Renton: We called him Mother Superior on account of the length of his habit.
Trainspotting 1996

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Mark “Rent-boy” Renton: We would have injected vitamin C if only they had made it illegal!
Trainspotting 1996

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Interviewer: Mr. Murphy, what attracts you to the leisure industry?
Spud: In a word: pleasure. It’s like, my pleasure in other people’s leisure.
Trainspotting 1996

Alex Law: [to the Goth girl] When you get up in the morning, how do you decide what shade of black to wear?
Shallow Grave 1994

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Wallace: Aye, fight and you may die. Run, and you’ll live… at least a while. And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willin’ to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they’ll never take… OUR FREEDOM!
Braveheart 1995


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