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Carry On Screaming

Anglo-Amalgamated / Peter Rogers

Director: Gerald Thomas
Producer: Peter Rogers
Screenplay: Talbot Rothwell
Music: Eric Rogers

Made at Pinewood Studios and on location at
Fulmer, Bucks and Windsor, Berks


The barking mad Doctor Watt and his sister, the vampiress Virula Fenella Fielding, are terrorising the local countryside. Using their home-made monster, Oddbod, they kidnap virgins and bring them back to the mansion where they are turned into shop mannequins. No, I don't know why - but I suspect that you probably do! The police force's finest,
Detective-Sergeant Bung and Detective-Constable Slobotham arrive hot-foot to investigate after finding a huge hairy finger at the scene of the latest crime. Bung carries out a close interrogation of Virula, which he finds more than hair-raising, before discovering the grin-some gruesome goings on in the Doctor's lavatory, sorry laboratory.

Shooting started Spring 1966     This was Harry H. Corbett's only 'Carry On' appearance
Featured song: 'Carry On Screaming' by Myles Rudge and Ted Dicks


Harry H .Corbett, Kenneth Williams, Jim Dale, Charles Hawtrey, Fenella Fielding, Joan Sims, Angela Douglas, Bernard Bresslaw, Jon Pertwee,
Peter Butterworth, Michael Ward, Tom Clegg, Billy Cornelius, Norman Mitchell, Frank Thornton, Frank Forsyth, Anthony Sagar, Sally Douglas,
Marianne Stone, Denis Blake.          The small monster's voice was done by Gerald Thomas and overdubbed

Carry On Don't Lose Your Head
Rank / Peter Rogers

Director: Gerald Thomas
Producer: Peter Rogers
Screenplay: Talbot Rothwell
Music: Eric Rogers

Made at Pinewood Studios and on location
at Clandon Park, Cliveden and Waddesdon Manor

The year is 1789, the city is Paris and English nobleman Sir Rodney Ffing alias the elusive 'The Black Fingernail' is busying himself saving French aristocrats from the guillotine of the French Revolution. He is eagerly hunted, in the best 'Scarlet Pimpernel' tradition, by the devilish Citizen Bidet and Citizen Camembert who are keen to get ahead ....... his! Oh, the history and drama of it all, the duels, the rising masses and heaving bosoms - or is that the other way around?


Shooting started 12th September 1966            Featured song: Don't Lose Your Head' by Bill Martin and Phil Coulter
This was another film that was not originally intended to be a 'Carry On', just being titled 'Don't Lose Your Head'. It was also known as 'Carry On Pimpernel'

It was also the first Rank-backed 'Carry On', previous ones being backed by Anglo-Amalgamated Films, although it was not retitled for two years by which time other 'official Carry On' films had been made. The reason for this is that Rank did not, at that time, want to be associated with the name of a rival by using the 'Carry On' tag.


Sidney James, Kenneth Williams, Jim Dale, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Peter Butterworth, Dany Robin, Peter Gilmore, Marianne Stone, Leon Greene,
Michael Ward, David Davenport, Richard Shaw, Valerie Van Ost, Jennifer Clulow, Jacqueline Pearce, Julian Orchard, Joan Ingram,
Billy Cornelius, Elspeth March, Nikki van der Zyl, Ronnie Brody, Diana MacNamara

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