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This time, the setting moves from the National Health Service to the private sector and even stretches as far as the "Beatific Islands" when Jim Dale is exiled to a missionary clinic for his overzealous attention to the female patients--who include Barbara Windsor of course. There, orderly Sid James rules the roost of the clinic with his harem of local women. Trivia addicts can spot Mrs Michael Caine in a brief role as a token dusky maiden. The second half of the Talbot Rothwell script picks up nicely as the characters converge on the private hospital back in England where Dale rakes in the money with a bogus weight loss treatment. Hattie Jacques is in fine form as Matron, Kenneth Williams fascinates with his usual mass of mannerisms and Joan Sims is stately as the Lady Bountiful figure financing most of the shenanigans. It's a tribute to their professionalism that we can still lose ourselves in some of the creakiest old jokes around. --Piers Ford
This video plays fine and arrived in the condition stated.Published 4 months ago by Paul Andrew Munn
I had to, it is a carry on Film. I love them.
Great quality for such and old film and ecxelellnt delivery
There are some laughs to be had and Jim Dale is impressive given the material. Kenneth Williams is always watchable of course and Sid and Joan play along winningly. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mario