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Carry On Abroad

Carry On Abroad

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Carry On Abroad  A group of holidaymakers head for the Spanish resort of Elsbels for a 4-day visit. When they get there, they find the Hotel still hasn’t been finished being built, and the weather is awful. And there is something strange about the staff. They all look very similar. To top it all off, the weather seems to be having an adverse affect on the Hotel’s foundations…


Carry on Abroad is another fantastic classic 1970’s movie. I love this movie and it is one of the best i have ever seen as well as the other carry on movie. Sid James is my favourite in all the other actors and actresses, the reason why i like him the best is because of the sense of hunour he comes out with and the laugh he does in the movies he starred in. That makes me laugh whenever he laughs. He is a fantastic actor and i think he has a great sense of humour which i am sure some people like to have with them all the time. I certainlly like to have someone giving me a great sense of humour. The other actors and actresses in the carry on movies were fantastic, but i still think Sid James is the best. Kenneth Williams is my second favourite in the carry on movies. He also is funny and a great actor. I give carry on abroad 10 out of 10.

The gang’s all here!

One of my favourites and the last great Carry on film. All the gang is here for the last time Sid, Kenny, Charlie, Babs, Joan, Hattie and they all seem to be having a great time and go out with a bang. Its meant to be set in Spain but its pretty obvious the team haven’t ventured further than Slough. Great lines, and set pieces through but for me its Peter Butterworth as hotel manager Pepe who steals the show never since Up the Khyber has Butterworth been given a more showy role and he plays it to the hilt, shame he wasn’t more cherished as a regular and was and is still overlooked in favour of less funnier member’s of the team such as Bresslaw, Douglas. Love the scenes between him and Williams’ Farquar. A great pick me up if your feeling a bit fed up it never fails to make me laugh. Classic!

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