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Click on any pic for more info about it and to see it at its full resolution. Images are constrained here to fit this format. Christopher Lee and Edward Woodward by a canon at Culzean. Brown says this on the grounds of Lochinch Castle. Proabably taken on the same day as the other shot of them with the Earl of Stair, before shooting started that is seen in the Brown book.
The Weekenders also known as Disney's The Weekenders is an American animated television series created by Doug Langdale. It centers on the weekend life of four year-old 7th graders: Tino, Lor, Carver, and Tish. The series initially aired on ABC Disney's One Saturday Morning and UPN Disney's One Too , but was later moved to Toon Disney. The Weekenders details the weekends of four middle school students: Tino Tonitini voiced by Jason Marsden , a witty and humorous Italian-American boy; Lorraine "Lor" McQuarrie voiced by Grey DeLisle , a tomboyish and somewhat short-tempered Scottish-American girl; Carver Descartes voiced by Phil LaMarr , a proud and confident African-American boy; and Petratishkovna "Tish" Katsufrakis voiced by Kath Soucie , an intellectual and bibliophilic Jewish-American girl of Eastern European descent. Tino serves as a narrator of each episode, providing his own insight into what he's experiencing as well as his friends, and will sum up the moral of the story at the end, always ending with a farewell of "Well, later days. A running gag in each episode is that when the group goes out for pizza, the restaurant they go to has a different theme each time, such as a prison, where each table is its own cell, or the American Revolution, where the waiters look like the Founding Fathers and give rousing spees about the pizzas.