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You are a very mean and disgusting shabby bloke! ’ Location: Windsor, Berks. Review: Another plotless film, although at least this time it makes a feature of it with a series of 20 (count them) sketches involving various members of the team. Some of them work – Kenneth Williams’ charming interlude with Yoki the chimp or Joan Sims getting sloshed at a posh wine-tasting party – while others are unfunny to begin with and quickly outstay their welcome, in particular the Thirty Nine Steps spoof or the antics at the Ideal Home Exhibition.
Location: Queen’s Barracks, Stoughton, Surrey. Review: This is probably the only Carry On film that contains incidents that might, just possibly, have happened in real life. Based loosely on army stories by novelist RF Delderfield, Sergeant is a taut, efficiently made comic drama with sterling performances by all the cast. William Hartnell, fresh from Granada sitcom The Army Game, is the tyrannical sergeant with a heart of gold, Eric Barker the bumbling captain, Bob Monkhouse the lovelorn new recruit, Kenneth Connor the nervous hypochondriac, Charles Hawtrey the comic relief etc.
Verdict: Nurse is one of the least interesting black and white outings – my diagnosis is 2/5. 3) Carry On Teacher (1959) Cast: Ted Ray (William Wakefield), Charles Hawtrey (Michael Bean), Kenneth Connor (Gregory Adams), Kenneth Williams (Edwin Milton), Leslie Phillips (Alistair Grigg), Hattie Jacques (Grace Short), Joan Sims (Sarah Allcock), Rosalind Knight (Felicity Wheeler), Cyril Chamberlain (Alf), Richard O’Sullivan (Robin Stevens), Roy Hines (Harry Bird), George Howell (Billy Haig), Diana Beevers (Penelope Lee), Jacqueline Lewis (Pat Gordon), Carol White (Sheila Dale), Paul Cole (Atkins), Larry Dann (Desperate Boy) 36 Carry On Films 4/5/05 6:32 pm Page 37 C A R RY O N F I L M S Crew: Director Gerald Thomas, Screenplay Norman Hudis, Producer Peter Rogers, Music Bruce Montgomery, Director of Photography Reginald Wyer, Editor John Shirley, Art Director Lionel Couch, Assistant Director Bert Batt, Production Manager Frank Bevis, Camera Operator Alan Hume, Continuity Tilly Day, Make-Up George Blackler, Hairdresser Olga Angelinetta, Costume Designer Laurell Staffell, Sound Recordists Robert T MacPhee & Gordon K McCallum, Sound Editor Leslie Wiggins, Set Dresser Terence Morgan, Casting Director Betty White (Anglo Amalgamated, August 1959, b&w, 86m, U) DVD: 2001 (Studio Canal, D038042) Story: Headmaster William Wakefield (Ted Ray) dreams of retiring to a modern school in the country.