Carry on Laughing: A Celebration

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Carry on Laughing: A Celebration

Carry on Laughing A Celebration With feature films a television series TV specials and a stage show under its banner Carry On has become a British institution notorious all over the world for its inimitable and irrepressible b

  • Title: Carry on Laughing: A Celebration
  • Author: Adrian Rigelsford
  • ISBN: 9780753500064
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Paperback
  • With 30 feature films, a television series, TV specials and a stage show under its banner, Carry On has become a British institution notorious all over the world for its inimitable and irrepressible brand of humour The book captures in words and pictures all the mayhem and mirth, on and off screen, in three decades of comedy making The author chronicles the making of eacWith 30 feature films, a television series, TV specials and a stage show under its banner, Carry On has become a British institution notorious all over the world for its inimitable and irrepressible brand of humour The book captures in words and pictures all the mayhem and mirth, on and off screen, in three decades of comedy making The author chronicles the making of each film individually, detailing censorship problems and instances when the team went beyond the realms of publicly acceptable taste He also includes reviews, press campaigns and box office gross figures Interviews with Sid James, Kenneth Williams and Peter Butterworth are included along with pictures taken on the sets of all the films The various TV series and specials that were made in the 1970s are also featured.

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    1. Mike Jensen on said:

      I have seen the first two dreary entries in the CARRY ON film series, so finding this book to enable me to learn about the others without having to actually watch them is a godsend. Well, it seemed to be until I read the book. Unfortunately, it is written by a fan and not a very critical fan. He assumes that the best of the films are very good indeed when, if fact, he merely likes them very much indeed. This is hardly a critical appraisal.The series needs one, if anyone with a working mind can s [...]

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