Carry On
1969
Films

CARRY ON AGAIN
DOCTOR


CARRY ON UP
THE JUNGLE














Carry On Again Doctor



Rank / Peter Rogers


Director:
Gerald Thomas


Producer:
Peter Rogers


Screenplay:
Talbot Rothwell


Music:
Eric Rogers


Made at Pinewood Studios

The unfortunately-named Long Hampton hospital sees more medical mirth and malpractice with an even wider selection of pin-up nurses and inmates to attract your

attention, including the delicious Yutte Stensgaard of Hammer fame. On returning from his enforced exile on a tropical island after being dismissed from the hospital for malpractice, Doctor James Nookey takes up residence again alongside surgeon Frederick Carver, Doctor Stoppidge and orderly Screwer for what turn out to be more comical than clinical trials. Purporting to have discovered something that will revolutionise slimming, the silly staff sense a fast buck and a series of tests is planned, using ladies who mostly hardly seem in need of the stuff anyway.

Debuts: Patsy Rowlands and guest appearance by
Wilfrid Brambell
This was Jim Dale's last 'Carry On' film

Shooting started spring 1969


 CAST

 Sidney James, Kenneth Williams, Jim Dale, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Barbara Windsor
Hattie Jacques, Patsy Rowlands, Peter Butterworth, Pat Coombs, Wilfrid Brambell, Elizabeth Knight
Alexandra Dane, Peter Gilmore, Pat Coombs, Patricia Hayes, William Mervyn, Lucy Griffiths
Harry Locke, Valerie Leon, Gwendolyn Watts, Frank Singuineau, Valerie Van Ost, Billy Cornelius
Simon Cain, Elspeth March, Valerie Shute, Ann Lancaster, Shakira Baksh, Georgina Simpson
Faith Kent, Frank Forsyth, Donald Bissett, Ambrosine Phillpotts, Bob Todd, Heather Emmanuel
Yutte Stensgaard, George Roderick, Jenny Counsell, Rupert Evans




















Carry On
Up The Jungle

Rank / Peter Rogers


Director:
Gerald Thomas


Producer:
Peter Rogers


Screenplay:
Talbot Rothwell


Music:
Eric Rogers


Made at Pinewood Studios

The loveable louts embark on an ornithological African expedition through the unexplored depths of the jungle, led by Professor Inigo Tinkle, in search of the rare Oozelum bird - you know the one!

Safari, so good, as along the way they come to grips with amorous snakes and a bevy of drop-dead gorgeous Amazons desperate to find mates and thus avoid the extinction of their tribe. The equatorial climate also seems to have an interesting effect on their prim and proper secretary, Jacki Piper, much to Jungle Boy's delight. Things appear to be chugging along just fine in their usual chaotic way until it all goes, literally, to pot when they stumble across the Nosha - a distinctly wacky, but nonetheless peckish, cannibal tribe. Useful advice is found in the words of hunter/guide Bill Boosey played by Sid James: "...Just hope they don't like stuffing…"


Debuts: Jacki Piper

Shooting started autumn 1969

Originally to be titled 'Carry On Jungle Boy' the name was changed during post production. Jim Dale turned down the 'Jungle Boy' part which subsequently went to Terry Scott.

Making an appearance is the leggy lovely Nina Baden-Semper ( later to find fame in comedy series 'Love Thy Neighbour' ) as a member of the cannibal tribe. Don't tempt me!


CAST

Frankie Howerd, Sidney James, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Terry Scott, Kenneth Connor
Bernard Bresslaw, Jacki Piper, Valerie Leon, Reuben Martin, Edwina Carroll, Valerie Moore
Cathi March, Danny Daniels, Yemi Ajibadi, Verna Lucille MacKenzie, Heather Emmanuel
Lincoln Webb, Roy Stewart John Hamilton, Chris Konyils, Willie Jonah, Nina Baden-Semper