The Helping Hands agency employs some very strange people to perform some very strange jobs! Even the simplest of tasks get bungled by the incompetent but lovable staff, as they get given ... See full summary »
The Helping Hands agency employs some very strange people to perform some very strange jobs! Even the simplest of tasks get bungled by the incompetent but lovable staff, as they get given jobs ranging from taking animals for walks (no ordinary animals you understand) to demonstrating new products at a large and prestigious exhibition... Written by
Simon N. McIntosh-Smith <Simon.N.Smith@cs.cf.ac.uk>
Hattie Jacques had left the filming at an early stage due to illness. Her role was shared between Joan Sims and Liz Fraser. However Jacques was able to film a much smaller part, in the hospital scene. See more »
[Lily is being fondled by an amorous actor whose hands are all over her]
I *like* Helping Hands.
And I don't like "helping yourself" hands.
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The film centred around The Helping Hands business is full of laughs.Favourite sketch is Sam Twist (Kenneth Connor) in the club as steward and is told not to make a sound.You can't help but laugh as he gradually loses the plot when he sees an old man's fly undone on his trousers,an old man falling asleep reading a book and an old man sleeping as his wig slips down over his face.Top notch.A film (like all Carry On films)that I never get sick of watching with all the early Carry On regulars present.Typlical Carry On gags and double-entendre with the campness of Charles Hawtrey and Kenneth Williams always guaranteed to make me laugh.
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