Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Immortals of Scotland (aka Immortals of Bonnie Scotland) began life as The Life of Robert Burns. Wal Croft starred as the immortal 18th-century Scots poet in this 7-reel biopic, which apparently has been lost to the ages. Evidently, this 1926 released was expanded a few years later by an additional reel. At that time, a potted history of the life of another Scottish bard, Walter Scott, was added to the film. Evidence indicates that this role was played by George Campbell. And that's about all that is known of this project, save that it was filmed on location in Scotland.