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Video Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Main soundtrack: English Mono
Made in 1978, Carry On Emmannuelle was really the last gasp of the most fondly regarded series of British comedy films. In most respects, it hardly does justice to the many truly funny and brilliantly played previous scripts. But it does feature a curiously vulnerable, even touching, performance from Kenneth Williams as a French diplomat with a wife of insatiable physical appetites. In theory, of course, it aims to be a pastiche of the hugely popular Emmanuelle, which had marked the transition of soft-core erotic cinema into the art house. But it's too crudely scripted and lacking in the belly laugh inducing innuendo of the best Carry On films to succeed on that level.
"Are you hungry, Loins?" Emmannuelle asks the chauffeur. "I think I could manage a little nibble," he replies. You get the idea.
In the title role, Suzanne Danielle, who would go on to be the best of the Princess Diana impersonators, isn't a good enough comic actress to raise such lines above the ordinary. And the few stalwarts who returned for this outing--Joan Sims, Kenneth Connor and Peter Butterworth--just about emerge with their dignity intact. This was a Carry On too far. But fans will want it for their collection because it shows Kenneth Williams at his most professionally committed--his diaries reveal his real thoughts on the matter--and to remind themselves of the high quality of so much of the work which had gone before.
On the DVD: presented in 4:3 format and with a standard mono soundtrack, this release of Carry On Emmannuelle starts off with a print of such ropey quality that you seem to be watching through a dust storm. The sound quality is little better, although on both counts things improve as the film progresses. The lack of extras is disappointing, adding to the rather sad, low-budget feel of the film itself. --Piers FordSee all Product Description
The last and probably the worst carry on of the series. The famous 'saucy' humour is gone. It's merely cheap, lewd and tasteless.For carry on completests only!Published 9 days ago by billy bloke
Absolute Rubbish, a long advert on how to get Aids and all sorts of sexually transmitted diseases. This shouldn't have the name of a carry on. So bad euuughPublished 12 months ago by Andrew Powell
It is too crude for Carry On fans & not rude enough for people who liked the Confessions Films . Not suprisingly it fell between two stalls & did badly at the box office . Read morePublished on 27 Oct. 2007 by Mr. Mg Reynolds
This has got to be the worst one of the bunch. It is not funny, just stupid. Do yourself a favour and wash your hair when this is on.Published on 15 Jun. 2001