Carry On - The Complete Collection [DVD]  [30 Film Boxset]
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The Carry On series contains the largest number of films of any British film franchise, and is the second longest running, albeit with a 14-year gap (1978–1992) between the 30th and 31st entries. In The Spitting Image Book, released in 1985, there is a reference to a fictitious made-for-TV film entitled Carry On Up the Rectum, satirising the transparency of the puns used for Carry On Up the Khyber and possibly Carry On Up the Jungle.
Carry On Nurse was alluded to twice in Carry On Doctor, firstly with the sub-titles (one reading Nurse Carries On Again and Death of a Daffodil), and again in a later scene with Frankie Howerd commenting on a vase of daffodils in his hospital room. Satirising the Space Race, the cast was to consist of three would-be astronauts who constantly bungled on their training and their mission into outer space; most likely the trio would have been played by the trio of Kenneth Williams, Kenneth Connor, and Leslie Phillips that had been established in Carry On Constable.Certain items can take longer to source than the estimated week, particularly during busy trading periods and may take longer to arrive at ourwarehouse. Despite new media interest and sets being constructed at Pinewood Studios, the film was once again put on hold, and the project was abandoned after the death of Peter Rogers in April 2009. However, filming was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and little more was heard about the project until after the death of Barbara Windsor in December 2020, when Baker announced that he would be using old footage of the actress in the film, saying "Barbara will be making an appearance.
The setting is the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp of the 1980s, and featured Barbara Windsor, Jack Douglas and Kenneth Connor.It will now be released on March 26, a month later than originally thought, and will contain 25 unreleased tracks, live cuts, new mixes and career highlights.
The characters and comedy style of the Carry On film series were adapted to a television series titled Carry On Laughing, and several Christmas specials.Budgetary constraints meant that a large proportion of the location filming was undertaken close to the studios in and around south Buckinghamshire, including areas of Berkshire and Middlesex. Carry On Don't Lose Your Head' (1966), 'Carry On Follow That Camel' (1967), 'Carry On Doctor' (1967), 'Carry On Up the Khyber' (1968), 'Carry On Camping' (1969), 'Carry On Again Doctor' (1969), 'Carry On Up the Jungle' (1970), 'Carry On Loving' (1970), 'Carry On Henry' (1971), 'Carry On at Your Convenience' (1971), 'Carry On Matron' (1972), 'Carry On Abroad' (1972), 'Carry On Girls' (1973), 'Carry On Dick' (1974), 'Carry On Behind' (1975), 'Carry On England' (1976), 'That's Carry On! The remainder of the series developed with increased use of the British comic traditions of music hall and bawdy seaside postcards.