Not Rated | | Comedy
Professors Vooshka and Crump decide to visit an archaeological site to study the artifacts there. Lo and behold, it's right next to a caravan site where all manner of people are staying. ... See full summary »
Kenneth Waller had just returned from a 3 and a half month tour playing Polonius in Hamlet for the New Shakespeare company when he was offered the part of a barman.
I'm glad to see you two look like hitting it off.
Prof. Anna Vrooshka: Hitting it off, what does hit it off mean? Means like having it off, no?
Prof. Roland Crump: Oh no, it means establishing a friendly relationship.
Fred Ramsden and Ernie Bragg drive off in their car towing their caravan, shouting goodbye to their wives. But when Fred laughs, his lips do not move, and he is looking in the other direction.
Opening credits: All Characters and Events in this film are fictitious. Any similarity to actual Events or Persons, Living or Dead, is purely coincidental.
As with many Carry On films the BBFC required cuts for an 'A' (PG certificate). One of these was to shots of topless nudity during the film wrongly shown by Professor Crump in the opening lecture scene. The producers successfully appealed to censor Stephen Murphy and the cuts were rescinded, though a cut was made to brief shots of Linda Upmore's jiggling breasts when Crump notices her through a caravan window. Later releases feature the same print.