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10 March 1979 (USA) See more »
Everyone who's anyone is in it .. right in it!!! The best gags from the Carry On series
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  (in credits order)
Kenneth Williams ... Introduced by / Interrupted by / Various Characters

Barbara Windsor ... Introduced by / Interrupted by / Various Characters
Eric Barker ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Amanda Barrie ... Cleopatra (archive footage)

John Bluthal ... Royal Taylor (archive footage)

Bernard Bresslaw ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Peter Butterworth ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Gerald Campion ... Andy Calloway (archive footage)
Esma Cannon ... Various characters (archive footage)
Roy Castle ... Captain Keene (archive footage)
John Clive ... Various Characters (archive footage)

Kenneth Connor ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Kenneth Cope ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Harry H. Corbett ... Detective Sergeant Sidney Bung (archive footage)

Bernard Cribbins ... Various Characters (archive footage)

Jim Dale ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Windsor Davies ... Fred Ramsden (archive footage)
Ed Devereaux ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Angela Douglas ... Various characters (archive footage)
Jack Douglas ... Various Characters (archive footage)

Shirley Eaton ... Various characters (archive footage)
Fenella Fielding ... Valeria Watt (archive footage)
Peter Gilmore ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Anita Harris ... Various characters (archive footage)

William Hartnell ... Sergeant Grimshawe (archive footage)
Imogen Hassall ... Jenny Grubb (archive footage)
Charles Hawtrey ... Various Characters (archive footage)

Percy Herbert ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Joan Hickson ... Various characters (archive footage)

Julian Holloway ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Frankie Howerd ... Various Characters (archive footage)

Wilfrid Hyde-White ... Colonel (archive footage) (as Wilfred Hyde White)
Hattie Jacques ... Various characters (archive footage)
June Jago ... Sister Hoggett (archive footage)
Sidney James ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Rosalind Knight ... Felicity Wheeler (archive footage)
Dilys Laye ... Various characters (archive footage)
Valerie Leon ... Various characters (archive footage)
Harry Locke ... Various Characters (archive footage)
James Logan ... Bert Conway (archive footage)
Terence Longdon ... Various Characters (archive footage) (as Terence Longden)
Kenny Lynch ... Bus Conductor (archive footage)
Victor Maddern ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Elspeth March ... Lady Binder (archive footage)
Betty Marsden ... Mata Hari (archive footage)

Juliet Mills ... Sally (archive footage)

Warren Mitchell ... Spencius (archive footage)
Bob Monkhouse ... Charlie Sage (archive footage)

Margaret Nolan ... Various characters (archive footage)
Richard O'Callaghan ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Julian Orchard ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Bill Owen ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Lance Percival ... Wilfred Haines (archive footage)

Leslie Phillips ... Various Characters (archive footage)
Jacki Piper ... Various characters (archive footage)
Ted Ray ... William Wakefield (archive footage)

Patsy Rowlands ... Various characters (archive footage)
Terry Scott ... Various Characters (archive footage)

Phil Silvers ... Sergeant Nocker (archive footage)
Joan Sims ... Various characters (archive footage)
Madeline Smith ... Mrs. Pullitt (archive footage)

Elke Sommer ... Professor Anna Vooshka (archive footage)
Susan Stephen ... Nurse Georgie Axwell (archive footage)
Marianne Stone ... Various characters (archive footage)
June Whitfield ... Various characters (archive footage)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Susan Beaumont ... Frances James (archive footage) (uncredited)
Sydney Bromley ... Sam Houston (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ray Brooks ... Georgio (archive footage) (uncredited)
Simon Cain ... Short (archive footage) (uncredited)
Cyril Chamberlain ... Various Characters (archive footage) (uncredited)
Norman Chappell ... Allbright (archive footage) (uncredited)
Tom Clegg ... Various Characters (archive footage) (uncredited)
Peggy Ann Clifford ... Willa Claudia (archive footage) (uncredited)
Billy Cornelius ... Various Characters (archive footage) (uncredited)
David Davenport ... Bilius (archive footage) (uncredited)
Sally Douglas ... Antony's Dusky Maiden (archive footage) (uncredited)
Frank Forsyth ... Specialist (archive footage) (uncredited)
Fred Griffiths ... Various Characters (archive footage) (uncredited)
Lucy Griffiths ... Old Lady in Headphones (archive footage) (uncredited)
Penny Irving ... Lizzy - Birds of Paradise Entertainer (archive footage) (uncredited)
Gertan Klauber ... Various Characters (archive footage) (uncredited)
Ann Lancaster ... Miss Armitage (archive footage) (uncredited)
Freddie Mills ... Jewel Thief (archive footage) (uncredited)
Michael Nightingale ... Man in Cinema (archive footage) (uncredited)
Brian Oulton ... Brutus (archive footage) (uncredited)
Anthony Sagar ... Bus Conductor (archive footage) (uncredited)
Valerie Shute ... Various Characters (archive footage) (uncredited)
Julie Stevens ... Gloria (archive footage) (uncredited)
Larry Taylor ... Various Characters (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jimmy Thompson ... Sam Turner (archive footage) (uncredited)
Valerie Van Ost ... Nurse Parkin (archive footage) (uncredited)

Wanda Ventham ... Pretty Bidder (archive footage) (uncredited)

Directed by
Gerald Thomas 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Anthony Church  script by (as Tony Church)
Sid Colin  archive footage
Dave Freeman  archive footage
Norman Hudis  archive footage
Talbot Rothwell  archive footage

Produced by
Peter Rogers .... producer
Cinematography by
Tony Imi (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jack Gardner 
Production Management
Roy Goddard .... production manager
Sound Department
Ken Barker .... sound recordist
Danny Daniel .... sound recordist
Other crew
Gerald Thomas .... compiled by

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Additional Details

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95 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
UK:A (original rating) | UK:PG (video rating)

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The last film in the series to feature "Carry On..." regular Barbara Windsor, although she would make her final "Carry On..." contribution in _Carry On Laughing's Christmas Classics (1982) (TV)_ five years later.See more »
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Edited from Carry on Girls (1973)See more »


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Carry On Cashing In., 22 August 2012
Author: Spikeopath from United Kingdom

Originally released in 1977 as B movie support to the Richard Harris film Golden Rendezvous, That's Carry On! is basically a compilation picture produced to make money for the then dwindling franchise of a much beloved series of films. The year previously had seen the risible Carry On England released, and the final nail in the coffin would come a year later in 78 with Carry On Emanuelle. Fighting different smutty cinema conventions like the "Confessions Of" run of films starring Robin Askwith, the Carry On formula was out of step and certainly now out of time with a changing British landscape. Sadly this meant that this compilation picture only serves to remind us of what was once great about the series, with the inevitable complaints about it not using certain clips proving to be loud from a disappointed and committed fan base. It's weird that in a film that runs over an hour and half in length, there still wasn't enough time to insert enough clips to provide relief for many Carry On acolytes!

The premise is wrapped around a scenario that sees Kenneth Williams and Barbara Windsor holed up in a projection booth. They swap weak innuendos whilst running through clips of the series. Kenny gives it a good go, as he always did, and Babs wears a tight top that showcases her assets that so dearly cheered the horny hounds in the Carry On crowds. Windsor's casting is understandable, but that doesn't necessarily make it a correct one. Where Williams was the stalwart who had up to then made 24 Carry On movies, Windsor had made 8. Joan Simms had done 23 by this time and Hattie Jacques 14, now they may not have been available? But really you feel that one of the older female guard should be there for this overview; as shallow as it ultimately is. The DVD finds its way into box sets and occasionally the film shows as a time filler in the early hours of the morning on British television, but it's far from essential viewing; either for fans or interested newcomers. It remains the lazy cash cow that it is, viewing it only makes us hanker still further for the times when Carry On really was a fun and vibrant British institution. 5/10

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