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Carry on at Your Convenience (1971)

 -  Comedy  -  December 1971 (UK)
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This is the tale of industrial strife at WC Boggs' Lavatory factory. Vic Spanner is the union representative who calls a strike at the drop of a hat; eventually everyone has to get fed up ... See full summary »

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Sidney James ...
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This is the tale of industrial strife at WC Boggs' Lavatory factory. Vic Spanner is the union representative who calls a strike at the drop of a hat; eventually everyone has to get fed up with him. This is also the ideal opportunity for lots of lavatorial jokes... Written by Simon N. McIntosh-Smith <Simon.N.Smith@cs.cf.ac.uk>

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Flushed with success, the Carry On Team carries on round the bend

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A whole scene with Terry Scott was deleted from the final print, although he was paid £500 for the day's shoot. The footage has long been destroyed and only stills remain. See more »

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The size of Benny the bookie's cigar when he's being fleeced by Sid. See more »

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Bunny Waitress: [Bunny Waitress leaning over Lewis] Yes?
Lewis Boggs: [Trying to order more drinks] I'd like another couple of those please.
[Myrtle is not impressed]
Lewis Boggs: I mean, these, please.
Myrtle Plummer: If I was you I would have stuck to your first request!
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Follows Carry on Cleo (1964) See more »

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CARRY ON AT YOUR CONVENIENCE (Gerald Thomas, 1971) ***
21 December 2006 | by (Naxxar, Malta) – See all my reviews

Considered by many the best ever "Carry On" film, I think I still prefer CARRY ON...UP THE KHYBER (1968) to it, but it's certainly one of the more tolerable entries in the series. Essentially an update of I'M ALL RIGHT, JACK! (1959) in its concern over working conditions in a factory and the frequent strikes ordered by the union's representative (usually over a trifle, or even a technicality in the regulations!), the fact that the manufacture involved is toiletware, the lavatorial humor associated with this team is quite appropriate here - though it never descends to the grossness which seems to be the norm for today's would-be comedies.

Most of the regulars of the series can be seen strutting their stuff (though perhaps the most notable contribution is given by newcomer Kenneth Cope as the shop steward) and there's no shortage of lewd remarks but, as I said, it's all done in fun (while these films may have been restricted to adult audiences back in the day, they're quite PG stuff today!). There's still a bit of padding involved - such as Sid James' winnings at the races (following the predictions of his wife's pet bird!), the love triangle involving Cope, Jacki Piper (as James' daughter) and Richard O'Callaghan (as the son of factory boss Kenneth Williams) and especially the lengthy outing in Brighton; all things considered, however, an enjoyable vintage comedy which is ideal viewing for the festive season.


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