Carry On Emmannuelle. Image shows from L to R: Lyons (Jack Douglas), Emmannuelle Prevert (Suzanne Danielle).

Carry On Emmannuelle

1978 British comedy film following a highly-sexed Frenchwoman. Stars Kenneth Williams, Kenneth Connor, Joan Sims, Jack Douglas, Peter Butterworth and others.

Carry On Emmannuelle. Image shows from L to R: Emmannuelle Prevert (Suzanne Danielle), Lyons (Jack Douglas), Ambassador Emile Prevert (Kenneth Williams).

Carry On Emmannuelle

Spoof of the saucy Emmanuelle films of the 70s, starring Kenneth Williams, Kenneth Connor and Joan Sims

Genre
Film
Released
1978
Starring
Kenneth Williams, Kenneth Connor, Joan Sims, Jack Douglas, Peter Butterworth, Larry Dann, Suzanne Danielle, Beryl Reid and others
Writers
Lance Peters, William Rushton and Vince Powell
Director
Gerald Thomas
Producer
Peter Rogers

The arrival of the French ambassador's wife, Emmanneulle, in London ushers in a new age of sexual decadence to the capital's elite.

Very highly-sexed, she has a long-established arrangement with her husband Emile to allow extra-marital relations: she's not even landed in England before she's bedded a young man, Theodore, on the aeroplane! It's quickly proves to be a handy arrangement for both man and wife however, as no matter how much she asks he seems to have no desire to join her in bed himself.

Emmannuelle makes an immediate impression at the ambassadorial residence, getting butler Lyons more than a little hot under the collar, frustrating and amusing chauffeur Leyland, and outraging housekeeper Mrs. Dangle. But it's not long before she has them all sharing their most sordid romantic encounters around the basement table...

However, for previously virginal 34-year old mummy's boy, Emmannuelle has become an object of total infatuation. As she makes her way around various diplomats, British officials and strangers his jealousy grows.

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