Carry On
 

"Man is injured"

"Where?  What man?"

" Is Professor Archaeology ...  Is bleeding terrible.

"Never mind his qualifications!  Is he hurt?"

Carry On Behind

"Carry On Behind with the `76 touch - The Carry On team....looking a site for sore thighs"

 

Running Time - 90m Colour Certificate - A
Budget - 217,000 UK Release - December 1975
Shot - 10 March 1975 - 18 April 1975
Foreign Titles
Denmark - The Wacky Campers Germany - Everything Backfires
Hungary - Carry On Digging Italy - Camping Cheerleader
Sweden - Now We take the Romans Turkey - A Taste of Honey

 

The Stars
Elke Sommer
Kenneth Williams
Bernard Bresslaw
Kenneth Connor
Jack Douglas
Joan Sims
Peter Butterworth
Windsor Davies
Liz Fraser
Patsy Rowlands
Ian Lavender
Adrienne Post
Patricia Franklin
Donald Hewlett
Carol Hawkins
David Lodge
Marianne Stone
George Layton
Brian Osborne
Larry Dann
Diana Darvey
Jenny Cox
Billy Cornelius
Jeremy Connor
Alexandra Dane
Sam Kelly
Johnny Briggs
Professor Voushka
Professor Crump
Arthur Upmore
Major Lee
Ernie Bragg
Daphne Barnes
Mr Barnes
Fred Ramsden
Sylvia Ramsden
Linda Upmore
Joe Baxter
Norma Baxter
Vera Bragg
Dean
Sandra
Landlord
Mrs Rowan
Doctor
Bob
Clive
Maureen
Veronica
Man Eating Salad
Student/Ice-cream
Lady in Revealing Dress
Projectionist
Plasterer
The Crew
Producer
Director
Screenplay
Music
Cinematographer
Editor
Peter Rogers
Gerald Thomas
Talbot Rothwell
Eric Rogers
Ernest Steward BSc
Alfred Roome

 

Synopsis
 

Filmed on the same field as Camping, it could be considered Carry On Camping – the Return, and we lose half of our regulars to be replaced by Hello luverly boycompetent comedians but not true Carry Oners.   The first in a long time not to be written by Talbot Rothwell and this does show.  Where Prof VoshkaTalbot Rothwell was clever with taking normal situations and giving them a comedic twist with perhaps a classic one-liner or retort, Dave Freeman is more repetitive and crude.   It is a sad point where we have to resort to Kenneth flashing his bum for a cheap laugh.

Surprisingly, Elke Sommer is very good as Professor Voushka, who with Professor Crump (Kenneth Williams) is sent on an archaeological expedition to a caravan site, where other caravaners are enjoying their holidays.  We have Ernie (Jack Douglas) and Fred (Windsor Davies) away under the pretensions of fishing when all Fred wants to do is catch birds not fish.  Arthur (Bernard Bresslaw) and Linda (Patsy Rowlands) are enjoying a week with the nagging mother-in-law (Joan Sims).  The only problem with the story is that it is very disjointed.  Each caravan has little interaction with their neighbours and so the formula is very similar to  Regardless and Loving and again we are treated to even more flesh with the topless dancer starting and ending the action.

 


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