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Whisky Galore! ()

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featuring Basil Radford, Catherine Lacey, Joan Greenwood, Bruce Seton, Gordon Jackson, James Robertson Justice

Originally released in Great Britain as Whisky Galore!, Tight Little Island is a comedy predicated on the notion that all Scotsmen are lushes. The ... Show synopsis

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  • 1. DVD, 1949

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    Description: Basil Radford; Catherine Lacey; Joan Greenwood; Bruce Seton;...

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Barbs524

Also known as "Tight Little Island" (Hebrides)

by Barbs524 on Jun 11, 2009

Droll account of a Scottish island in the Outer Hebrides whose natives have been deprived of their whiskey (a staple) during World War II until a freighter with a cargo of whiskey capsizes on the rocky shore, telling of their "rescue" of the liquid treasure to save it from confiscation by British revenue officers. Great fun. Wonderful portrayals of Scots and Brits.

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Jeff Smith

Originally was titled "Tight Little Island" and was in Black & White only.

It was broadcasted from TV stations in last 1950s to early 60s. It is a good humored spin on deprived civilians cut off from normal trade with mainland UK during WWII, then a shipload of whiskey falls into their hands. To retain it they must hide it from the authorities. How they accomplish that creates ... Read more

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