Carry on Laughing!: Season 2, Episode 1

Under the Round Table (26 Oct. 1975)

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Episode complete credited cast:
Joan Sims ...
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Sir Pureheart
Jack Douglas ...
Sir Gay
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Peter Butterworth ...
Merlin
Oscar James ...
Black Knight
Victor Maddern ...
Sir Osis
Norman Chappell ...
Desmond McNamara ...
Minstrel
Valerie Walsh ...
Lady Ermintrude
Ronnie Brody ...
Shortest Knight
Billy Cornelius ...
Man-at-arms
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Trumpeter
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Carry On Laughing: Under The Round Table (TV) (Alan Tarrant, 1975) **1/2
9 February 2008 | by (Naxxar, Malta) – See all my reviews

There's a definite sense of deja'-vu to this Arthurian tale with Kenneth Connor (Arthur), Jack Douglas (Sir Gay), Joan Sims (Guinevere), Peter Butterworth (Merlin) and Bernard Bresslaw (the intrepid yet bumbling knight who ends up getting it on with the Queen); Victor Maddern plays the alcoholic knight Sir Osis Of The Liver!

It's pleasant enough in itself but, as I said, not particularly inventive; of course, there's a lusty wench on hand to tempt the chaste Bresslaw – who's also supposed to defend the kingdom from a dragon hiding in a cave…but, needless to say, things do not go as planned for anybody!


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