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Bothwell (Character)
from Gunpowder, Treason & Plot (2004) (TV)

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James Hepburn, 1st Duke of Orkney (c. 1534 14 April 1578)... See more »
Alternate Names:
James Hepburn / Lord Bothwell / Marschall Bothwell


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  1. Mary Queen of Scots (2013) Played by Sean Biggerstaff

  2. Gunpowder, Treason & Plot (2004) (TV) Played by Kevin McKidd

  3. "The Haggard Falcon" Played by Alec Heggie
        - The Tercel (1974) TV episode, Played by Alec Heggie
        - The Hare (1974) TV episode, Played by Alec Heggie
  4. Mary, Queen of Scots (1971) Played by Nigel Davenport (as Lord Bothwell)
  5. Bothwell (1970) (TV) Played by Brian Cox (as James Hepburn)

  6. "La caméra explore le temps"
        - Le meurtre de Henry Darnley ou La double passion de Marie Stuart (1962) TV episode, Played by Pierre Tabard

  7. "Pulitzer Prize Playhouse"
        - Mary of Scotland (1951) TV episode, Played by John Emery (as Lord Bothwell)

  8. The Heart of a Queen (1940) Played by Willy Birgel (as Lord Bothwell)
    ... aka "Das Herz der Königin" - Germany (original title)

  9. Mary of Scotland (1936) Played by Fredric March

  10. Maria Stuart, Teil 1 und 2 (1927) Played by Fritz Kortner (as Marschall Bothwell)
  11. The Loves of Mary, Queen of Scots (1923) Played by Gerald Ames

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From Gunpowder, Treason & Plot (2004) (TV)
Bothwell: Madam, is there not one man in the whole of Scotland who is good enough for you?
Mary, Queen of Scots: Sir?
Bothwell: Wooed by Austria, Spain and now England. What is wrong with my country, madam?
Mary, Queen of Scots: You're drunk sir.
Bothwell: And you are French, madam. And I would sooner be drunk for a year than French for a day - now is it French to see merit in this long streak of English pish, madam? You do not know what England has done to my country, madam. Raped their women, murdered their children
[guards try to remove him]
Bothwell: - Keep your hands off me!... And now he dines with our queen? The dead of Scotland turn in their graves for an Englishmen dines with our queen! And why are you here, madam, hmm? Our people offend your eye. Our food, your nose. So why, tell me madam, are you here? Was your life so boring in France? -
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