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Look, none of your filthy French tricks.
[the dog yaps]
Be quiet, Gaylord! You just take us back to Folkestone
It's you that's common! You take us back to Folkestone else I'll write to British Railways. It's coming to something... first they take you to where you don't want to go, then they keep putting the fares up!
You've got to come with me, Madame
I will not come with you. You'll have to learn control, you French. You won't catch me putting my nose outside this ...
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An excellent, "clean" film depiticing the best of British humour. Only saw it once (30 years ago) but it lives on. Would recommend it to all. How a simple "weekend away" can result in so much mayhem (unintentional of course) and result in absolute enjoyment for the viewer. No wonder so many "Carry On" movies followed.
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