Rob Roy

Rob Roy (1995)

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Corrected entry: Whenever Montrose appears the soundtrack plays the (irritating) tune to a song called "Bonny Dundee". I assume the film-makers thought there was some connection between the Earls/Dukes of Montrose (whose family name was Graham), and John Graham, "Bonny Dundee" (killed 1689). There wasn't.

Correction: Maybe, but we don't know for sure. It might have been used for a completely different reason.

Correction: No it's not, her birth name is Jessica Phyllis Lange.

David Mercier

Continuity mistake: Towards the end, as Rob Roy is negotiating the duel, watch his hands - they switch from his sides to in front of him 2 or 3 times in different shots.

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Montrose: Great men, such as yourself, draw rumors as shite draws flies.
Duke of Argyll: You are the shite, Montrose, and the flies upon it.

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Question: Right at the beginning of the movie, one of Rob's men sniffs at and even takes a bite out of a piece of a cow pat and can estimate the tinkers head start. How is that possible?

Answer: Cow patties leaving the cow and plopping on the ground leave a distinctively odor and start to harden up after a certain length of time. It isn't to hard to speculate that, since these are cattlemen by trade, they would have a systematic way of knowing how long it would take for a cow pie to harden & lose it's odor. Example: they would know that a cow pie left out for 2 days would lose half it's odor & become semi-hard but still have a mushy center.

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