Carry On... Follow That Camel (1967)

Not Rated   |    |  Adventure, Comedy, Romance

Carry On... Follow That Camel (1967) Poster

A bogus legionnaire proves his mettle during an Arab attack.

Add this title to your Watchlist
Save movies and shows to keep track of what you want to watch.



  • Anita Harris in Carry On... Follow That Camel (1967)
  • Jim Dale and Angela Douglas in Carry On... Follow That Camel (1967)
  • Joan Sims in Carry On... Follow That Camel (1967)
  • Angela Douglas in Carry On... Follow That Camel (1967)
  • Anita Harris and Phil Silvers in Carry On... Follow That Camel (1967)
  • Bernard Bresslaw in Carry On... Follow That Camel (1967)

See all photos

More of What You Love

Find what you're looking for even quicker with the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.

Get the IMDb app

Reviews & Commentary

Add a Review

User Reviews

11 July 2015 | Spikeopath
| Mustapha Leek!
Originally released under the title Follow That Camel, Carry On Follow That Camel is the 14th entry in the long running series. Story plays out as a historical parody of the Beau Geste type of movies, thrusting Jim Dale and Peter Butterworth into the French Foreign Legion. There they are at the mercy of Commandant Maximilian Burger (Kenny Williams) and Sergeant Nocker (Phil Silvers brought in to try and boost American ticket sales).

Japery is prominent as the not so intrepid Legionnaires get involved with an angry army of Bedouins led by Sheikh Abdul Abulbul (Bernard Bresslaw). Joan Sims has a minor role as a big cleavage landlady, while it's Angela Douglas snagging the main gal role as Lady Jane Ponsonby, with a running gag of her sexual innocence being mined for all it's worth. It's actually a better film than the iffy reputation afforded it. True, missing big hitters like Sid James and Hattie Jacques is felt, but Silvers is ebullient playing a Bilko character, while it's nice to see the excellent Jim Dale bag the English lead and not letting anyone down.

It sits somewhere in the middle scale of Carry On films, neither too bawdy nor like the genial black and whites. But plenty of laughs to be had and it's a good production, the Camber Sands locations surprisingly passing muster as the Legionnaires desert hell. Well constructed battle sequences for the finale as well. 7/10

Critic Reviews

Jared Harris Admits He Cried During 'Legally Blonde 2'

"Chernobyl" star Jared Harris takes our "Take 5" challenge, revealing the movie he thinks is basically perfect, the '80s hit he still hasn't seen, and more.

Watch now

Featured on IMDb

See what TV shows editors are excited about this month and check out our guide to Star Wars, video games, and more.

Around The Web


Powered by ZergNet

More To Explore

Search on