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Carry On

The Carry On films were a series of comedy films. John Benton was a fan of the films, preferring them to the comedies of Woody Allen. (PROSE: The Face of the Enemy)

While in Monte Carlo in 1966, Hex was tempted to make a Carry On joke but Ace stopped him. (AUDIO: The Veiled Leopard)

Andy Davidson claimed that when he felt hopeless he just watched Carry On. (AUDIO: Divine Intervention)

Behind the scenes[]

A number of Doctor Who actors appeared in several Carry On films, including Peter Butterworth, Bernard Bresslaw, Joan Sims, Barbara Windsor, Bernard Cribbins, June Whitfield and Leslie Phillips. William Hartnell appeared in the very first film in the series, Carry On Sergeant. Jon Pertwee appeared in four of them, including what is often regarded as the best one, Carry on Cleo, and the last one in the series, Carry On Columbus. Most were filmed at Pinewood Studios.

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