A Peter Rogers Production
Directed by Gerald Thomas

1969
Colour

Screenplay: Talbot Rothwell
Music: Eric Rogers
Certificate A/PG
88 minutes

Sid Boggle -
Sid James
Doctor Soaper
Kenneth Williams
Charlie Muggins -
Charles Hawtrey
Joan Fussey -
Joan Sims
Peter Potter -
Terry Scott
Miss Haggard -
Hattie Jacques

Bernie Lugg

-
Bernard Bresslaw
Babs -
Barbara Windsor
Jim Tanner -
Julian Holloway
Anthea Meeks -
Dilys Laye
Joshua Fiddler -
Peter Butterworth
Harriet Porter -
Betty Marsden
Sally -
Trisha Noble
Mrs Fussey -
Amelia Bayntun
Store Manager -
Brian Oulton
Farmer's Daughter -
Patricia Franklin
Farmer -
Derek Francis
Hefty Girl -
Anna Karen
Store Assistant -
Valerie Leon

 

 

"Sid and his reluctant mate, Bernie hit on the idea of a nudist camping holiday to spice things up with their girlfriends! The arrival of Dr Soaper, headmaster of the Chayste Place finishing School, his matron, Miss Haggard, in charge of eleven nubile girls including star pupil Babs set the scene for one of the funniest frolics in the Carry On repertoire."
 

The Story

Sid & Bernie want to take their girlfriends on a nice, relaxing camping holiday...a nudist camping holiday! On arrival, however, they discover it to be just a normal campsite. Sid & Bernie's spirits are lifted when Doctor Soaper & Miss Haggard arrive with a coachload of young girls...

   

 

Comments

An absolute classic; from beginning to end, this film oozes quality. Once again, the entire team is here, and they are all on top form. I can watch this one again and again and never tire of it; there's always something new to laugh at. Certainly, this is the most well known of all the Carry Ons, mainly because of the exercise scene, but also because it stands alone as being a superb example of what the series was all about - good clean (?) fun