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Scotland, Pa. (2001) Poster

(2001)

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An actual Halifax strip club (now closed) served as location for both the Scotland tavern scenes and the Atlantic City strip club scene.
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Writer/director Billy Morrissette got the idea for setting Macbeth at a restaurant while in high school. He was working at a Dairy Queen in South Windsor, Connecticut, and was "reading a lot of Shakespeare at the time".
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The oven mitt that Pat McBeth uses to cover up the burn mark has the same tartan as the clan McBeth.
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Among the 1970s trends, fads and inventions depicted in the film are: drive-thru restaurants, vegetarianism, Yahtzee, chicken bites with dipping sauces, tanning salons, the Magic 8 Ball, "MAD" Magazine (with the folding back-page pictures), fondue and streaking.
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James Le Gros, Tom Guiry, and Geoff Dunsworth, all achieved their 1970s-style long hair by using wigs.
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Det. MacDuff says at one point "I used to be a dancer". This is an in-joke to actor Christopher Walken, who started out as an accomplished dancer.
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The menu at McBeth's seen briefly during a montage includes the following options: McBeth, McBeth with Cheese, Big McBeth, McBeth McBeth, Fishy McB, Little Chicken McBeth (5 piece), Big Chicken McBeth (8 piece), and fries.
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The deer brought back by the hunters were real road-kill deer.
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The same Nova Scotia man happened to own the filming locations for the restaurant, McLeary's Garage, Mac & Pat's trailer, and the den of Mac & Pat's house. He also owned one of the many Camaros.
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According to director Billy Morrissette (on the DVD commentary), Pat McBeth's line "Fuck! Fuck! Fuckity-fuck!" was written into the script because star (and Morrissette's wife at the time), Maura Tierney yelled that once when he startled her.
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