Carry On At Your Convenience. Image shows from L to R: Vic Spanner (Kenneth Cope), Willie (Geoffrey Hughes), Sid Plummer (Sid James). Copyright: Peter Rogers Productions.

Carry On At Your Convenience

1971 British comedy film about a small family firm beset with strikes. Stars Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Hattie Jacques and others.

Carry On At Your Convenience. Image shows from L to R: Chloe Moore (Joan Sims), Sid Plummer (Sid James), W. C. Boggs (Kenneth Williams), Miss Withering (Patsy Rowlands). Copyright: Peter Rogers Productions.

Carry On At Your Convenience

Sid James plays Sid Plummer, a works foreman struggling to bridge the gap between an unreasonable, strike-happy shop steward and a naive manager's son

Genre
Film
Released
1971
Starring
Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Hattie Jacques, Bernard Bresslaw, Kenneth Cope, Patsy Rowlands and others
Writer
Talbot Rothwell
Director
Gerald Thomas
Producer
Peter Rogers

Thanks to its crew of constantly striking employees - lead by unreasonable shop steward Vic Spanner - Wm. C. Boggs & Son (makers of fine toiletware since 1870) is going down the pan.

It looks very much like the annual works' outing to Brighton could be its last, and so the gang are determined to make it a day to remember: both Vic and the boss's son have their eye on Myrtle, daugher of works foreman Sid Plummer; company secretary Miss Withering is madly in love with owner W. C. Boggs; Sid has his eye on colleague Chloe; and everyone else is fed up with Vic and his uncompromising manner!

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