This Carry On collection includes the following films:
Carry On Up The Khyber: British India, 1895. The Burpas are revolting, but then again 'The Devils In Skirts' who guard the Khyber Pass are not too inviting either! Can Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond (Sid James) prevent the scheming Khasi of Kalabar (Kenneth Williams) from starting a full blown rebellion, massacring thousands of innocent people, ending British rule and making his kushy job obselete? Can he rely on the help of the wayward Brother Belcher (Peter Butterworth)? And can he prevent the secret concerning the 3rd Foot and Mouth Regiment from becoming common knowledge among the natives?
All will be revealed in this masterly tale of passion, greed and missing underpants!
Carry On Doctor: Frankie Howerd plays Francis Bigger, a charlatan faith healer who ends up in hospital, and what a hospital it is! Dr. Kilmore (Jim Dale) seems more interested in the staff nurses, and Dr. Tinkle (Kenneth Williams) dismisses all ill health as a weakness. The Matron (Hattie Jaques) can cure any medical problem with a frosty glance and the nurses are always raising the blood pressure of the patients in the male ward.... much to their delight of course.
Carry On Don't Lose Your Head: Carry On laughing until you have hysterics, but...Don't Lose Your Head, as the Carry On team destroy everything sacred about the classic story of the Scarlet Pimpernel, set during the French Revolution. Sid James stars as the Black Fingernail, always one jump ahead of Citizen Camembert and Citizen Bidet...
Carry On Follow That Camel: When the Carry On team head for the sea of sand, there's a legion of laughs to be had, plus pure gold in the raucous performance of Bilko star Phil Silvers as Sergeant Nocker.
Can fresh Foreign Legion recruits 'B.O.' West (Jim Dale) and his faithful manservant Simpson (Peter Butterworth) help defeat the ruthless Sheikh Abdul Abulbul (Bernard Bresslaw)? Find out in the hysterical, historical spectacular featuring a host of harem beauties, a bevy of blood thirsty Bedouins and a troupe of Legionnaires getting the hump!
First released: Monday 1st September 2008
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