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Carry on Up the Khyber

Country: UK, Language: English, 88 mins

  • Director: Gerald Thomas
  • Writer: Larry; Talbot Rothwell
  • Producer: Peter Rogers

CGiii Comment

For sheer inventiveness on a tight budget - this succeeds.

Wales becomes India with Williams and Bresslaw playing Indians...political incorrectness runs riot.

Definitely, in the top 5 of all the Carry Ons...


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The(ir) Blurb...

Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond looks after the British outpost near the Khybar pass. Protected by the kilted Third Foot and Mouth regiment, you would think they were safe. But the Khazi of Kalabar has other ideas. He wants all the British dead! But his troops fear the "skirted-devils"; they are rumoured not to wear anything underneath. Then one is caught with his pants on...

Cast & Characters

Sid James as Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond;
Kenneth Williams as The Khasi of Kalabar;
Charles Hawtrey as Pte. James Widdle;
Roy Castle as Capt. Keene;
Joan Sims as Lady Ruff-Diamond;
Bernard Bresslaw as Bungdit Din;
Peter Butterworth as Brother Belcher;
Terry Scott as Sgt. Major Macnutt;
Angela Douglas as Princess Jelhi;
Cardew Robinson as The Fakir;
Julian Holloway as Major Shorthouse;
Peter Gilmore as Private Ginger Hale;
Leon Thau as Stinghi;
Wanda Ventham as Khasi's First Wife;
Alexandra Dane as Busti