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Lots of shooting in spy movies -- James Bond.....

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the Matt Helm movies like THE SILENCER...

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the Man from UNCLE movies like TO TRAP A SPY...

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and the parody WHAT'S UP, TIGER LILY? -- "My gun is out of bullets, but if all the little children who believe in fairies will clap, my gun will magically be filled with bullets!"

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GRAND ILLUSION (1937)

GUNGA DIN (1939)

THINGS TO COME (1936)

THE EAGLE AND THE HAWK (1933)

THE SPY IN BLACK (1939)

THE CRUSADES (1935)

THE FLYING DEUCES (1939)

BLOCK-HEADS (1938)

PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES (1932)

CONFESSIONS OF A NAZI SPY (1939)

THE BITTER TEA OF GENERAL YEN (1932)

THE LITTLEST REBEL (1935)

ONLY THE BRAVE (1930)

DARK JOURNEY (1937)

THE ROAD TO GLORY (1936)

DISHONORED (1931)

SEAS BENEATH (1931)

THE LAST OUTPOST (1935)

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one thousand five hundred twenty-ninth category

Someone is wearing a kilt

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Robert Donat in THE GHOST GOES WEST (1935).

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Liam Neeson in ROB ROY (1995).

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Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz in the “Lucy Goes to Scotland” episode of I Love Lucy. Obviously inspired by BRIGADOON (1954).

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Stranger on the Third Floor (1940)

Fallen Angel (1945) starts with Dana Andrews stopping in a strange town because he doesn't have the money to go any further on the bus and is kicked off. Rather unceremoniously, too.

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6 hours ago, LonesomePolecat said:

Poldark spent a lot of time riding a horse on the beaches of Cornwall (I love this man!)

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Great choice! Your comment says it all. There's something magnetic about the man, about the character!

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