|The Cohens and the Kellys in Scotland|
|Directed by||William James Craft|
|Written by||Albert DeMond|
|Based on||a story by John McDermott|
|Produced by||Carl Laemmle|
|Edited by||Harry W. Lieb|
|Music by||Heinz Roemheld|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
The Cohens and the Kellys in Scotland is a 1930 American comedy film. It is one of The Cohens and Kellys series, and is also the series' first sound film.  It was directed by William James Craft and produced and released by Universal Pictures. 
The film and trailer are preserved in the Library of Congress collection. 
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