Inasmuch as Charles Urban's Eclipse studios were located in London, it was essentially a hop, skip, and jump away from Scotland. Thus, the 1910 "scenic" A Trip Through Scotland was hardly an ambitious or difficult undertaking. Many of the sights depicted herein were well known to British filmgoers, but were fascinating all the same. Even more impressed by the film were American movie fans, many of whom had never been outside the boundaries of their own home towns. The Variety review was short and sweet, concluding with "this film is a gem."
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