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I guess it helps to have a sense of humour to appreciate this kind of movie.......I recall seeing it and laughing so much that I saw it again the week after. It's EXACTLY like the Carry On movies....just a little ruder. Maybe it would seem dated now.....what from the seventies doesn't??? But that scene with the broom, plaster of Paris and gurney was one of the funniest things I ever saw. Graham Stark was in many a movie of this type and some were really bad. I never saw the follow up...never even knew there was one. It could have been awful. But sequels often are.
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