As a fan of the 'Carry On' comedy films, I would say that this is a highly enjoyable tribute to the long-running series.
Kenneth Williams and Barbara Windsor (no offence, but why is she always named the 'Queen Of Carry On'?, she only did eight and Joan Sims did far more and was a lot better in the acting department) gel well together, with lots of affectionate teasing in between clips of the films.
All the 27 'Carry Ons' (bar the later 'Emmannuelle' and 'Columbus') are featured with some hilarious clips, featuring hysterical situations and classic one-liners. Well, that is not entirely true, 'England' doesn't get a look in, aside from a statistic, probably because it's so bad. That movie came out a year before this 1977 compilation, so in a way, it's quite sad to see that the series was living on it's many past glories. With hindsight, it was probably inevitable that the end was near for this great British institution.
If you are new to the films, this is the perfect way to discover the harmless saucy humour which made them such a hit with the public, you will be given a taster of which films you'll enjoy and which you'd like to see in their entirety. If you are a lifelong or big fan of the movies, this is a great way to relive all your favourite moments.