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Whisky Galore ()


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Scottish islanders try to plunder cases of whisky from a stranded ship.

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Peggy Macroon
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Sergeant Odd
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Macalister the Minister
Matt Costello ...
Mckechnie
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First Officer
Andrew Dallmeyer ...
Hector
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Mr. Bain
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Macroon
Iona Fyfe ...
Girl at Wedding
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George
Holly Howden Gilchrist ...
Morag
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Captain Wagget
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Constable McPhee
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Catriona Macroon
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Farquharson
Doug Mathieson ...
First Mate
Alex Mathieson ...
Young Neil
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Brown
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Angus
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Woolsey
Iain Robertson ...
Sammy
Annie Louise Ross ...
Mrs. Campbell
Sean Scanlan ...
Old Roddy
John Sessions ...
Doctor McLaren
Antony Strachan ...
Biffer (as Anthony Strachan)
Mike Tibbetts ...
Buncher
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Dolly
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Steve Caswell ...
Lorry man
Andy Davidson-Lee ...
Purser
Holly Gilchrist ...
Morag
Jack Muir ...
Lorry driver

Directed by

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Gillies MacKinnon ... (attached)

Written by

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Compton MacKenzie ... (from the novel by)
 
Compton MacKenzie ... () (based on the original motion picture, screenplay by))
 
Angus MacPhail ... (based on the original motion picture, screenplay by)
 
Peter McDougall ... (writer)

Produced by

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Iain Maclean ... producer
Alan J. Wands ... producer

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Patrick Doyle

Cinematography by

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Nigel Willoughby

Film Editing by

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Anne Sopel

Editorial Department

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Paul Elman ... first assistant editor
Owen Hulme ... digital intermediate on-line editor
Thy Quach ... first assistant editor / uncredited

Production Design by

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Andy Harris

Art Direction by

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Mags Horspool ... supervising art director (as Margaret Horspool)
Stephen Mason

Costume Design by

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Gill Horn

Production Management

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Claire Campbell ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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David Gilchrist ... first assistant director
Henry Jay Gordon ... third assistant director
Alex Kaye-Besley ... second assistant director
Katharine K.K. Kennedy ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Leanne Boyd ... stand by props
Anne-Marie Coulter ... production buyer
Caroline Doney ... painter
Piero Jamieson ... property master
Jean Kerr ... draughtsperson
Fred MacMillan ... standby props
Jamie McCallum ... Construction Supervisor
Caroline McDonald ... graphic artist
Martin McNee ... stand by art director
Rachel Smith ... art department runner
John West ... set designer

Sound Department

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Iain Anderson ... re-recording mixer
Colin Chapman ... supervising sound editor
Phil Croal ... sound mixer
Ben Cross ... foley mixer & editor
Simon Diggins ... adr mixer
Robert Edwards ... adr mixer
Simon Gershon ... sound effects editor
Micheal MacKinnon ... re-recording mixer
Lee Sharp ... boom operator / sound mixer: second unit
Jonathan Smith ... sound effects editor
Ian Waggott ... foley artist

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Brett Bone ... compositor
Gary J. Brown ... visual effects supervisor
Mark Epstein ... visual effects artist
Gillian Mackie ... visual effects line producer
Jean Claude Nouchy ... visual effects artist

Stunts

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Steve Caswell ... stunt performer
Renars Latkovskis ... stunt performer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Jaspreet Bal ... first assistant camera
Thomas Barber ... camera trainee
Anna Benbow ... first assistant camera
Ben Chads ... camera operator
Jack Crew ... electrician
Laura Dinnett ... second assistant camera
Llyr Evans ... gaffer
Loren Filis ... camera trainee
Andrew Fletcher ... electrician
John Hembrough ... camera operator and steadicam operator
Graeme Hunter ... still photographer
Stefan R. Krzysiak ... second assistant camera
Davey Logan ... grip
Donald MacSween ... dit
Pete Maughan ... drone pilot
Craig McLellan ... electrician
Grant McPhee ... digital image supervisor

Casting Department

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Martin Ware ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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T.K. Lang ... costume supervisor
Saehee Simmons ... costume daily
Susie Will ... crowd costume supervisor

Location Management

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Michael Campbell ... location scout
Andy Ross ... location assistant
David Taylor ... location manager

Music Department

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Emily Appleton Holley ... assistant music supervisor
Mark Bousie ... musician: accordion
Will Gardner ... track lay
Martin Higgins ... midi preparation
Tamas Kurina ... score recording engineer
Robin Morrison ... music editor
Maggie Rodford ... music supervisor
Hilary Skewes ... musician contractor
Nick Taylor ... score recording engineer & mixer
Will Temlett ... assistant to composer
Roman Turtev ... assistant sound engineer and musician

Transportation Department

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Stuart W. Fraser ... unit driver

Other crew

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Rhona Armstrong ... assistant production accountant
Priya Bhakta ... production secretary
Neil Calder ... completion guarantor
Jo Cameron Brown ... dialect coach
Justin Cook ... theatrical publicist: USA
Anna Fraga McLucas ... production runner
Linda Gamble ... unit publicist
David Goodall ... loop group performer
Glynn Henderson ... Health and Safety Consultant
Ruth Hodgson ... completion guarantor
Barry Laird ... unit manager
Amy MacIlraith ... assistant coordinator
Donald Maclean ... production assistant
Fraser Malcolm ... floor runner
Matt McNally ... epk producer
Mairi Ritchie ... Health and Safety Advisor
Scott Rodgers ... key armourer
Jen Rooks ... production coordinator
Lee James Trueman ... armourer
Liz West ... script supervisor (as Elizabeth West)
Bill Williamson ... armourer
Kriss TheDish Brown ... Satellite Internet, 4G Wifi Engineer & IT Support (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The story of the inhabitants of the isolated Scottish island of Todday, in the Outer Hebrides, where gloom sets in as their wartime rationing of whisky runs out. When cargo ship the SS Cabinet Minister runs aground the shrewd islanders run rings around the buffoonish English Home Guard commander Captain Waggett and conspire to hide away cases of the precious amber nectar. Written by AnonymousB

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Also Known As
  • Whisky Galore (United Kingdom)
Runtime
  • 98 min
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Box Office

Budget GBP5,400,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Remake of a 1949 Ealing classic of the same name, which itself was based on a real-life incident that occurred in 1941 on the Hebridean island of Eriskay when the SS Politician ran aground. The tale of how a group of local Scottish islanders raided a shipwreck for its consignment of 24,000 cases of whisky quickly became legend. What's less well reported, however, was the fact that the ship was also carrying a sizeable amount of hard cash. According to official files recently released by the Home Office, there was nearly 290,000 ten shilling notes on board as well (this would be the equivalent of several million pounds at today's prices), not all of which was ever recovered. See more »
Goofs When the townsfolk row out to the ship 'The Cabinet Minister' after it's been abandoned on the rocks, all the ship's lights remain on even though the engines that would power them are not running. See more »
Movie Connections Remake of Whisky Galore (1949). See more »
Quotes Macroon: We don't have a village idiot, we just take it in turns.
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