" A send-up of the French Revolution, with attractive costumes and elegant staging - and just as vulgar as ever.

Sir Rodney Ffing and Lord Darcy lend a hand to the noble heads of France during the revolution of 1789, but Citizen Camembert, head of the secret police, and his assistant Bidet, are soon on their trail.

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The SS Happy Wanderer is about to set off on a cruise when the captain discovers most of his crew are willing but not very able newcomers.

Initially they perform their duties very badly, but when they discover their captain is due to be posted away, they pull out all the stops to persuade him to stay.

Sid James was genuinely bedridden for much of this production.

Francis Bigger Frankie Howerd Charles Roper Sidney James Doctor Tinkle Kenneth Williams Mr Barron Charles Hawtrey Doctor Kilmore Jim Dale Nurse Clark Anita Harris Sandra May Barbara Windsor Chloe Gibson Joan Sims Matron Hattie Jacques With: Bernard Bresslaw, Peter Butterworth, Dandy Nichols, Peter Jones, Derek Guyler, Dilys Laye, Peter Gilmore, Harry Locke, Brian Wilde, Marianne Stone, Lucy Griffiths, Gertan Klauber and Julian Holloway (1968 BBC 95-minutes) Carry On Up The Khyber The villainous Khasi of Kalabar plans a rebellion against the Governor, Sir Sydney Ruff-Diamond, but the contents of Sir Sydneys Highlanders kilts sees off the Khasi.

With: Sidney James, Kenneth Williams, Kenneth Conner, Liz Fraser, Dilys Laye, Lance Percival and Esma Cannon (1962 ITV 85-minutes) Carry On Cabby A cab war is inevitable when cab company owner Sid refuses to leave his work behind him when he comes home.

But the all-women rival company finds it isnt quite so easy as they first thought when their boss, Sids wife, is kidnapped during a robbery.

Not originally a Carry On film, that title was added almost at the end of production, and didnt even appear in the finished product.

Nevertheless, with Kenneth Williams ("theres many a good fiddle played on an old dune") and company in attendance, the film is a classic of the series.

Desmond Simkins Kenneth Williams Daphne Honeybutt Barbara Windsor Harold Crump Bernard Cribbins Charles Bind Charles Hawtrey Chief Eric Barker Lila Dilys Laye Carstairs Jim Dale Cobley Richard Wattis Doctor Crow Judith Furse Head Waiter John Bluthal (1964 BBC/ITV 85/90-minutes B&W) Carry On Jack The first Carry On costume comedy, and only the second in colour; mock mutinies, plank-walkings and general mayhem ensue as the Carry On team attempt to take on the might of the Spanish Armada.

The year is 1805, and aboard the good ship Venus is Captain Fearless, who hates the sea and cant stand violence.

With: Sidney James, Hattie Jacques, Kenneth Conner, Charles Hawtrey, Peter Gilmore, Amanda Barrie and Liz Fraser (1963 B&W) Carry On Spying Its panic stations at BOSH when formula X is stolen by the agents of the subversive organisation known as STENCH.