The recent family death has left everyone is disbelief and dismay. Molly feels that although it is a sad time, Archie and Lexie should continue on with their wedding plans and although ... See full summary »

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(as Rick Stroud)

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(inspired by "Highland" novels), (written and created by)

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Alexander Morton ...
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Dawn Steele ...
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Jolyon
Malcolm Rennie ...
McGregor
Aline Mowat ...
Pamela Morton
Michael Chaplin ...
Workman
Sam Graham ...
Rev. Mitchell
William Gardiner ...
Hotel Porter (as Bill Gardiner)
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Poppy ...
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The recent family death has left everyone is disbelief and dismay. Molly feels that although it is a sad time, Archie and Lexie should continue on with their wedding plans and although Archie agrees that this is the best thing to do, Lexie feels that it just isn't the right time. Written by Nadia Nassar

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debt | crying | comfort | See All (3) »

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Release Date:

20 January 2002 (UK)  »

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Trivia

The poem Archie recites from at Hector's funeral is "Epitaph on My Ever Honored Father" by Robert Burns. See more »

Goofs

Even though the reins were lost, the team's harness was still attached to the wagon. Therefore, when the horses walked off, the wagon would have been drawn forward. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
McGregor: The late Mr. MacDonald made a number of wills. In the latest he wrote out the bequests on separate sheets in his own hand, which he was keen for you to read yourselves.
Golly: I'll, uh..."To my liege man Golly, as true a man as I've ever known, I leave what remains of my once-mighty collection of single malt whiskeys, in the hope that he will toast our association every Saint Andrew's Day." That I will, Hector.
Duncan: "To my assistant gillie and court jester Duncan, I leave the entire contents ...
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Love Is The Sweetest Thing
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By Ray Noble
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