Down Where The Buffalo Go

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Down Where The Buffalo Go
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Directed by Ian Knox
Produced by Andy Park
Written by Peter McDougall
Starring Harvey Keitel
Andrew Byatt
Stella Gonet
Katherine Stark
Release date
  • 19 January 1988 (1988-01-19)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Down Where The Buffalo Go is a 1988 film made for television by BBC Scotland. It stars Harvey Keitel. It was written by Peter McDougall and directed by Ian Knox.

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Carl is a US Navy Shore patrol officer (played by Keitel) who is based at the Holy Loch naval base in Scotland. Armed only with a nightstick, his primary function is to ensure that sailors on shore leave do not become too rowdy, and to provide help to sailors in need of assistance. Carl is married to a local girl and their relationship is at breaking point - she wants to leave Scotland and settle in America while he wants to remain in Scotland. With his brother-in-law Willie, who is already estranged from his wife and under threat of redundancy from his shipyard job, the two men forge a friendship to help each other through.

Set around the Holy Loch US Navy base, the film was made in the towns of Dunoon and Greenock.

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