MacKellar: Your brother's notions of business extend no further than... Henry Durie: [Cautioning] MacKellar... ! MacKellar: ...the cottage of Jessie Brown. Henry Durie: I'm thinking you're an envious
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MacKellar:
Your brother's notions of business extend no further than...
Henry Durie:
[Cautioning]
MacKellar... !
MacKellar:
...the cottage of Jessie Brown.
Henry Durie:
I'm thinking you're an envious old man.
MacKellar:
I'm thinkin' there's a season for sowing oats and a time to plow them under.
Henry Durie:
I'll tell him that. He'll be most impressed.

Transcript:
-"and bring him directly here."
-Bring me where?
Didn't I tell you?
Must be the dryness in my throat.
He's at the cottage of Jessie Brown.
- Go tell the house.
-Especially Lady Alison.
Tell her he's alive, but not where.
She mustn't risk being caught.
Your master's developed a peculiar taste
for Irish whiskey.
We lost forever this time.
All those brave, bright banners...
and our Bonnie Prince skulking in a cave,
hiding like a stag in the heather.
Stay here, Jamie.
They'll never seek you here.
- We can hide you at the castle.
-They'll seek everywhere.
There's a boat in the bay.
It'll take us to France.
How much money can you bring me?
I don't know. I'll have to see
what there is in the strongbox.
Father might have some,
but you know how it's been.
No, I don't. I didn't know you'd have
to count the till to save my life!
- That's not what I meant.
-"I don't know, Jamie."
Give me a man of decision
like your brother who says:

Clip duration: 59 seconds
Views: 7
Timestamp in movie: 00:16:24
Uploaded: 23 September, 2021
Genres: action, adventure, history
Summary: Two noble Scottish brothers deliberately take opposite sides when Bonnie Prince Charlie returns to claim the throne of Scotland in order to preserve the family fortune.


Actors

MacKellar - Mervyn Johns
Henry Durie - Anthony Steel