Shooting started 3rd February 1964 Debut: Barbara Windsor Jim Dale played six different roles in this film.
Featured songs: 'Too Late' by Alex Alstone and Geoffrey Parsons and 'The Magic Of Love' by Eric Rogers
Bernard Cribbins, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey, Barbara Windsor, Eric Pohlmann, Eric Barker, Dilys Laye, Jim Dale, Richard Wattis, Victor Maddern,
Judith Furse, John Bluthal, Renee Houston, Tom Clegg, Jack Taylor, Gerton Klauber, Bill Cummings, Norman Mitchell, Frank Forsyth, Derek Sydney,
Anthony Baird, Jill Mai Meredith, Patrick Durkin, Angela Ellison, Hugh Futcher, Norah Gordon, Virginia Tyler, Judi Johnson, Gloria Best, Audrey Wilson,
Vicky Smith, Jane Lumb, Marian Collins, Sally Douglas, Christine Rodgers, Maya Koumani
Romans make life a misery for the Ancient Britons while Sid James, as Mark Anthony, chats up a very camp Amanda Barrie playing Cleopatra with amorous asp-irations. The soldiers hard-earned denarii could be used at Markus and Spencius the cut-price slave traders or to buy a square wheel direct from the manufacturer, Hengist Pod ( yes, his wife was called Senna! ), who somehow contrives to become the chief bodyguard of the less than fortunate Caesar.
No wonder Kenneth Williams is reduced to declaring 'Infamy, infamy . . .they've all got it in for me . . .'
Shooting started 20th July 1964 Debuts: Warren Mitchell, Wanda Ventham, Jon Pertwee,
Julie Stevens, Francis de Wolff, Michael Ward, Brian Oulton, Tom Clegg, Tanya Binning, David Davenport, Peter Gilmore, Ian Wilson, Brian Rawlinson,
Gertan Klauber, Warren Mitchell, Michael Nightingale, Peter Jesson, Christine Rodgers, Gloria Best, Joanna Ford, Virginia Tyler, Judi Johnson,
Gloria Johnson, Donna White, Jane Lumb, Vicki Smith, Thelma Taylor, Norman Mitchell, Sally Douglas, Wanda Ventham, Peggy Ann Clifford, Mark Hardy