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In this third seasonal helping of festive Carry On fun, set at an eighteenth-century banquet, the team's sketches include a pantomime performance of Aladdin, a rip-roaring Elizabethan ... See full summary »
This was the first Christmas special since 1970. There wasn't one in 1971, because that year's Carry On offering (Carry On at Your Convenience (1971)) didn't do very well at the box office.
Lady Rhoda Cockhorse:
Ladies and gentlemen, the story I wish to tell is by force of circumstance a very short one, since the wall upon which it was written was in a very small room.
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