Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond looks after the British outpost near the Khybar pass. Protected by the kilted Third Foot and Mouth regiment, you would think they were safe. But the Khazi of Kalabar... See full summary »
That's Carry on is a 'best of the carry on's' movie with Kenneth Williams and Barbara Windsor introducing clips from all the Carry On movies (from Carry on Sergeant to Carry on Behind). The... See full summary »
Christopher Columbus believes he can find an alternative route to the far East and persuades the King and Queen of Spain to finance his expedition. But the Sultan of Turkey, who makes a ... See full summary »
1970s English suburbia: middle-aged homeowner Sid Abbot just wants to get on with building his illegal whisky still, but is frustrated by his workshy son, and otherworldly daughter. Then ... See full summary »
The Carry On team send up the Tarzan tradition in great style. Lady Evelyn Bagley mounts an expedition to find her long-lost baby. Bill Boosey is the fearless hunter and guide. Prof. Tinkle... See full summary »
Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond looks after the British outpost near the Khybar pass. Protected by the kilted Third Foot and Mouth regiment, you would think they were safe. But the Khazi of Kalabar has other ideas. He wants all the British dead! But his troops fear the "skirted-devils"; they are rumoured not to wear anything underneath. Then one is caught with his pants on... Written by
Simon N. McIntosh-Smith <Simon.N.Smith@cs.cf.ac.uk>
The film's joke alternate title billed at the start of the opening credits was "The British Position in India". See more »
When the real chiefs arrive, Bungdit Din walks in the room to see the fake chiefs in the fountain with the girls. Brother Belcher ducks underneath the water, then it cuts to a side view and you can still see Brother Belcher above water, then it cuts back to the front and you see Brother Belcher surface. See more »
[the Khasi's soldiers are fleeing from the kilt-lifted Third Foot and Mouth regiment]
The Khasi of Kalabar:
What are you running from? There's nothing to be afraid of
[turns to look at the exposed regiment]
The Khasi of Kalabar:
Ooh, I dunno though!
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This film defines British comedy. The jokes, puns, and characters are all classic carry on. I'd say this is the best of the series, and atcually the most accomplished plot-wise. The 'dining room attack' scene, I think, is one of the best moments in film history, and should be seen. Highly recommended.
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