Carry on movies

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djcarlos
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Re: Carry on movies

Post by djcarlos » Fri Oct 14, 2011 4:49 pm

parappa wrote:Thanks I'll look for round the horne, not heard of that.
Yeah go for it, the Julian and Sandy sketches are hilarious (and pretty subversive for the time).
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Re: Carry on movies

Post by bensonrad » Wed Oct 19, 2011 11:17 am

Citizen James is a good series too, a sort of Sid James follow up to Hancock. Bless This House is a fab series too with the might Sid.
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Re: Carry on movies

Post by Mr Creosote » Sun Oct 23, 2011 2:28 pm

Carry on Don't lose your Head, Sid James as Sir Sidney Effingham (with 2 effs) and Jim Dale as D'Arcy Pugh.

The best lines ever in a carry on film-one from Jim selling toy guillotines-"take it home tonight, play with it, and watch it fall off in your hand!" and Joan Sims to Charley Hawtrey-" My Brother, the Count" but in a bad French accent, making it sound worse! Hawtrey actually corpses on camera.

Or "....Khyber" with Bernard Breslaw to Cardew Robinson after an appaling magic trick "Fakir off!"

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