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Young Christians Beth and Steve, a gospel singer and her cowboy boyfriend, leave Texas to preach door-to-door in Scotland . When, after initial abuse, they are welcomed with joy and elation to Tressock, the border fiefdom of Sir Lachlan Morrison, they assume their hosts simply want to hear more about Jesus. How innocent and wrong they are.
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Title: Wicker Tree, The
Release Date: January 27, 2012
Runtime: 96 mins
All Genres: Comedy, Drama, Horror
IMDB Rating: 7.0
Buried.com Rating: 8 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With W
MPAA Rating: R
Graham McTavish ...Sir Lachlan Morrison
Jacqueline Leonard ...Lady Delia Morrison
Henry Garrett ...Steve Thomson
Honeysuckle Weeks ...Lolly
Clive Russell ...Beame
Prue Clarke ...Mary Hellier
Lesley Mackie ...Daisy
David Plimmer ...Jack
Christopher Lee ...Old Gentleman
Brittania Nicol ...Beth Boothby
Astrid Azurdia ...Patricia Gow
Alessandro Conetta ...Orlando
Keith Easdale ...Town Band
Christopher Fosh ...Trailer Trash Video Dancer
Stuart Glasgow ...Town Band
Scott Hoatson ...Carl
Jarkko Lehmus ...Dancer
St. Clair Leveaux ...Marion
Ailidh Mackay ...Anthea
James Mapes ...Reverend Moriarty
Alistair Maxwell ...Angus
John Paul McGilvray ...Danny (as John Paul McGilvray)
Keira McMillan ...Morag
Bill Murdoch ...Rev. McLeod
Kirstin Murray ...Celebrity interviewer
Iain Stuart Robertson ...Peter McNeil
Ben Sullivan ...Young Lachlan
Graham Wadsworth ...Trailer Trash Video Dancer
Terry Wale ...Murdoch
Keith Warwick ...Donald Dee
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Peter Watson Wood
"I Know Where I'm Going"
"The Laddie Song"
"The Laddie Song"
"Power in the Blood"
"Power in the Blood 2"
"The Anthem Duet"
"The Anthem at the Tree"
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- Filming was due to start in September 2007 but the film was delayed for financial reasons. It was later announced the film would shoot from April 2008 in Dumfries and Galloway. A week before the shoot, Dumfries and Galloway Council announced the filming had been stopped due to financial reasons. Filming eventually started in July 2009 in Haddington, Gorebridge, Midlothian and Dallas.
Robin Hardy had originally written the part of Sir Lachlan Morrison for Christopher Lee. However, while filming The Resident, Lee injured his back after tripping over power cables on set. Although extremely disappointed, Hardy cast the actor who was originally playing Beame, Graham McTavish in Lee's role, with actor Clive Russell taking over the part of Beame. Still wanting to include Lee, Hardy quickly wrote a cameo role for him. He appears Sir Lachlan's mentor in a flashback.
Joan Collins was originally set to play Lady Delia Morrison when Christopher Lee was to play Sir Lachlan Morrison. However, when Lee injured himself and was replaced by the much younger Graham McTavish, Collins was replaced with a younger actress, Jacqueline Leonard.
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