R | | Comedy, Romance
The beautiful and sex-starved Emmannuelle Prevert just cannot inflame her husband's ardour. In frustration she seduces a string of VIPs, including the Prime Minister and the American ... See full summary »
The last film in the series to feature "Carry On . . . " regulars Joan Sims, Peter Butterworth, Kenneth Connor and Kenneth Williams, although Williams would make his final "Carry On . . . " contribution in Carry on Laughing's Christmas Classics (1983) four years later.
Mother, I've met someone who is very dear to me.
Mrs. Valentine: Was it your Auntie Hilda, dear?
Theodore Valentine: No, mother, I met this girl, this wonderful girl.
Mrs. Valentine: Don't be silly, dear, there's no such thing.
Theodore Valentine: I think I'm in love.
Mrs. Valentine: Nonsense, you're far too young.
Theodore Valentine: I'm thirty-four. And...
When the Doctor talks to Emmannuelle about the Pill, he mentions it only has a 99.99% success rate (i.e., to prevent pregnancy), but she is the unlucky 0.001%. This does not add up to 100%, only to 99.991%. He should have said 0.01%.
The cast of the film are credited at the end. No Carry On film had done this previously, as the cast were credited at the beginning of the movie only.
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