Going to the pictures


Test your Scots vocabulary and place these films.  I can't call them 'movies' - I'm sticking with good old British 'films'.
 


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  1. Got 'em (but I don't want to spoil the fun for everyone else)
    I like how they mix in the terms 'movies' 'pictures' and 'cinema'!

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  2. I love these - got a good laugh!

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  3. These made me laugh out loud. Thanks!

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  4. Star Wars, Gone With the Wind and Mrs. Robinson!

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  5. Think I have them all ('a) - very funny. My Dad used to talk about "going to the flicks"! Those were the days, a double-bill every Saturday.

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  6. Fantastic peek at your language. I've been reading some South African thrillers with a translator close at hand. In Pretoria, they see their films (pronounced fill -ems) at the local bioscope.

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  7. They are fab - I do like a bit of scots humour. A bloke up here, artist type did a calender of simlar ilk just using local names and dialect......if you're versed in Orcadian its quite amusing!

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  8. Star Wars, Gone With the Wind, The Graduate? Those posters remind me a little of the drinks coasters and place mats you can buy with explanations of some Scots/Glasgow words - Eejit, Scunner etc.

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