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Gerard Butler filming (Keepers) 7th of April 2017<br />
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An Arbroath lighthouse keeper whose death is surrounded in mystery is set to be portrayed by Hollywood A-lister Gerard Butler in a new film.<br />
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Butler play's James Ducat, who was one of three men to vanish without a trace from the island of Eilean Mor in the Outer Hebrides in 1900.<br />
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Ducat, a 43-year-old with more than 20 years’ experience in lighthouse keeping, had arrived on the deserted island to man the lighthouse with two other men, Thomas Marshall and Donald McArthur.<br />
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Pictures  : Gerard Butler, Peter Mullan and Connor Swindells filming scenes for keepers at Corsewall Point, Kilcolm, Stranraer.<br />
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Gerard Butler, Peter Mullan and Connor Swindells continued filming today at Corsewall Lighthouse. The scene today was at a small cliff inlet in which all the cast were hooked up to safety harnesses as their was a 60 foot drop to the inlet below. They were filming pulling up a box at the cliff edge. Gerard Butler stopped and chatted to the locals that turned out to get a view. Gerard was asked by one local what he missed about Scotland, replying the scenery as well as his favourite sweet a mars bar. <br />
Photographer - Stephen Gibson /Buchanan Photos © 2017 UK<br />
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