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Carry on Loving (1970)

The Wedded Bliss computer dating agency aims to bring together the lonely hearts of Much-Snoggin-in-the-Green. Its owner, Sidney Bliss, has enough complications in his own love life, but ... See full summary »

Director:

Gerald Thomas

Writer:

Talbot Rothwell (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sidney James ... Sidney Bliss
Kenneth Williams ... Percival Snooper
Charles Hawtrey ... James Bedsop
Joan Sims ... Esme Crowfoot
Hattie Jacques ... Sophie Plummett
Terry Scott ... Terence Philpot
Richard O'Callaghan ... Bertrum Muffet
Bernard Bresslaw ... Gripper Burke
Jacki Piper Jacki Piper ... Sally Martin
Imogen Hassall ... Jenny Grubb
Julian Holloway ... Adrian
Janet Mahoney Janet Mahoney ... Gay
Amelia Bayntun Amelia Bayntun ... Corset Lady
Lucy Griffiths Lucy Griffiths ... Woman (scenes deleted)
Mike Grady ... Boy Lover (as Michael Grady)
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Storyline

The Wedded Bliss computer dating agency aims to bring together the lonely hearts of Much-Snoggin-in-the-Green. Its owner, Sidney Bliss, has enough complications in his own love life, but still produces a pamphlet called "The Wit to Woo". The strange collection of hopefuls lead to some outlandish matches, and jealousies are bound to lead to trouble. Written by Simon N. McIntosh-Smith <Simon.N.Smith@cs.cf.ac.uk>

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Their Mating Game is a Riot! See more »

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Comedy | Romance

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Trivia

Richard O'Callaghan was not present for the food fight at the end of the film. His close-up was edited in later. See more »

Goofs

When Terence Philpot chats with the Bishop on the train, the view out of the window shows them to be passing through countryside and traveling at a high speed, even though in the previous shot the train was only just pulling out of the station. See more »

Quotes

Sidney Bliss: I don't want much. Just to worship at your feet.
Esme Crowfoot: I've got better bits.
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Crazy Credits

Closing credits: AND SO THEY WERE MARRIED AND FOUGHT HAPPILY EVER AFTER. See more »

Alternate Versions

Despite the stronger subject matter the UK cinema version suffered only mild BBFC cuts with the removal of the dialogue lines "You can't do much with your little finger" (from an exchange between Sid and Terry) and "You know, putting it in, the meat" (which lost the last two words) from Jenny's description of her job as a sausage packer to Sally. Video and DVD versions feature the same print and the cuts may no longer survive. See more »

Connections

Follows Carry On Up the Khyber (1968) See more »

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This Film Is Fun
6 January 2009 | by crossbow0106See all my reviews

This film is about hooking up and stars Sid James as Sidney Bliss, who runs the Wedded Bliss Agency along with Hattie Jacques. A series of lonely hearts come in looking for their significant others and this movie basically is a series of vignettes about what happens. The worlds do collide somewhat and while things get chaotic, they are also fun. This film is truly a product of its time in that there are open displays of affection and the young ladies wear miniskirts. This was the first film with the very pretty Jacki Piper, buts its the ensemble aspect of this film which makes it work. Its a sex comedy without the nudity. Its fun and enjoyable.


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Official Sites:

Carry On Line

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 November 1970 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Carry on Loving See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor) (uncredited)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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