Monarch of the Glen: Complete Series 7 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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Monarch of the Glen: Complete Series 7 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

Monarch of the Glen: Complete Series 7 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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Golly and Molly have an emotional late night talk; Archie and Lexie have a tear-filled talk themselves. Monarch of the Glen has been released on DVD in the UK, The Netherlands, and USA only on Region 2 and 1 respectively. Lots of things he does really annoy me (for instance: was he or was he not a male prostitute in that one episode? Molly is devastated Archie is leaving and takes it out on Paul, while Golly tells the tale of 'Mad Malcolm' and Jess suspects Duncan is cheating on her with the ghost hunter’s daughter.

Archie abandoned castle at the end of series five in favour of his half-brother Paul (Lloyd Owen), who seemed to have as little luck with the ladies as his brother. It later emerges that he had propositioned her whilst she was married and when she refused to run off with him, he left the estate - and his brother - never to speak to Hector again. SPOILERS* (Like that one episode in Season 5 when she comes into that board meeting with this awesome confidence and that Lexie smile: "I'm Lexie MacDonald. Monarch of the Glen is a British drama television series produced by Ecosse Films for BBC Scotland and broadcast on BBC One for seven series between February 2000 and October 2005 with 64 episodes in total. I've gotten really bad about replying in a timely manner, but it's always my intention to do so eventually.Main article: List of Monarch of the Glen episodes Series 1 [ edit ] Ardverikie House depicts Glenbogle House in Monarch of the Glen. Lexie's estranged father turns up in Glenbogle, on the run from a vicious man named 'Billy the Butcher'.

Paul accidentally burns down his tenant Iona's croft, while Molly is forced to get a job as a dinner lady after she, Donald and Ewan go to the races and spend the money for the new generator.Monarch combined comedy and drama in a skilful mix, never turning into a farce but able to turn to tragedy in the wink of an eye which I personally always found a little unpalatable. Archie has to deal with a Health Inspector, while Lexie and Stella battle it out for the affections of Archie. As the previous Acorn released set was presented in identical fashion, one has to assume that 2Entertain has used exactly the same master tapes to produce these discs and has only authored different menus. Meanwhile, Jess, who feels that Golly is taking her for granted, participates in a strongman competition. Duncan's pen pal Marie-Helene decides to come to stay at Glenbogle; Duncan has been telling Marie-Helene he is Laird and Archie is forced to be Head Ranger for the week.

Donald sees his old flame Moira in Glenbogle, and is determined to run from the estate and make a new life with his sweetheart. Elsewhere, Paul is anguished at Iona's forthcoming wedding to Malcolm, but nonetheless agrees to give away the bride at the ceremony. Susan Hampshire, who had set pulses racing in the 1960s in The Forsyte Saga, played MacDonald matriarch Molly. Of course, television has that advantage over film just based on length of time in which to flesh out the characters, so that's no surprise. While the fictional Glenbogle estate in Compton Mackenzie's Highland novels place the estate near Ben Nevis, [2] the series is filmed in and around the Cairngorms, Badenoch and Strathspey, with Ben Nevis replaced by the fictional Ben Bogle.

Hector and Kilwillie battle it out to be the new Golf Club President; Molly decides to help Kilwillie, Golly helps Hector. Meanwhile, revelations are made about Archie and Lexie's night on the train and Molly is upset that Hector has seemingly forgotten their 40th anniversary.

Golly is devastated when Andrew and Molly start to make plans for their wedding and moving in together.

While he may have been a heartthrob, Archie could be a pouty sod, wafting around the castle like he hated every minute of it, mooning after a succession of appalling females while all the time the real gem was right under his nose.



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