Don't Lose Your Head (1967)

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The time of the French revolution, and Citizen Robespierre is beheading the French aristocracy. When word gets to England, two noblemen, Sir Rodney Ffing and Lord Darcy take it upon ... See full summary »


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26 April 2020 | michaelarmer
| Carry On No.13
This has an average rating slightly higher than the last 'Carry On Screaming' which is obviously much better, I can only put it down to the idiot reviewers on here that "Don't Have A Clue'. This is a drop in quality compared to ........Screaming' but still pretty good, another costume situation comedy, this time it is set in the French Revolution, very colourful and good photography, however the screenplay is not as exciting and a bit drab, and Sid James is in cackling mode.

Sid James is back in the lead role, with Ken Williams still taking 2nd spot, and Jim Dale is 3rd more to the forefront. Other regulars are Peter Butterworth (now well established), Joan Sims and Peter Gilmore. Doing her only Carry On is the gorgeous french actor Dany Robin, despite only doing the one she is quite memorable, mostly because she looks fantastic despite her being 40 years old at the time!, her acting in this was not great though, but Ok. Dany had a good career starting as early as 1946, but she retired in 1969, just 2 films later. Tragically Dany was killed when her Paris apartment caught fire, she was 68.

Despite it being a drop in quality compared to 'Carry On Screaming' it was still a good un', and always watchable.

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