Carry on Up the Jungle (1970)
Bill Boosey: [hearing tribal drums] Upsidaisi what are they saying?
Upsidaisi: They're saying bum di di bum di di bum bum bum
Bill Boosey: I know that. What does it mean?
Prof. Inigo Tinkle: I'm flabbergasted! My gast has never been so flabbered!
Lady Evelyn Bagley: There is my reputation to think of. You would need to be very circumspect.
Prof. Inigo Tinkle: Oh, I was! When I was a baby!
Lady Evelyn Bagley: [flirtatiously] One would feel so much safer with a strong, fearless man beside one.
Prof. Inigo Tinkle: Oh, I agree. But where could we find one out here?
[June is teaching Jungle Boy how to count]
Jungle Boy: One... two... three... four... five...
Jungle Boy: ... sex.
June: [as Jungle Boy picks her up] I wonder if we'll ever get to seven?
June: I wondered if it would be safe for me to go for a walk. I mean, would anything happen?
Bill Boosey: Darling, you could walk starkers through a Foreign Legion outpost and nothing would happen.
Leda: Fresh oysters from our lake.
Bill Boosey: Oysters? They're no good.
Leda: They are known to be highly beneficial.
Bill Boosey: Rubbish. I had a dozen last night and only five of them worked.
Bill Boosey: Enjoying the safari maam?
Lady Evelyn Bagley: Immensely, though I must say I am a bit disappointed we've not seen any monkeys so far
Bill Boosey: Oh you won't, they're very busy, it's the mating season
Lady Evelyn Bagley: Oh I see, would they come if I threw them some peanuts? Do you think?
Bill Boosey: Would you?