Carry On Girls

Carry On Girls (1973)

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Corrected entry: 1970s movie buffs should recognise the photographer in this film. It is Robin Askwith, who played Timmy Lea in those mildly naughty Confessions films.

Correction: He is credited in the cast list. Why is this trivia?

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Corrected entry: It seems that Hope Springs can't quite get her bearings. Bumbling hotel employee Jack Douglas is escorting elderly resident Joan Hickson across the busy street when they are nearly hit by the speeding Hope. Her bike whizzes past the disheveled couple but, a few moments later, she pulls up outside the Palace Hotel - The place she just sped past.

Correction: Maybe she just didn't know where the hotel was, and had to turn around. Not really a mistake in my opinion.

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Quotes

Hope Springs: It's not her fault she has to wear a falsie.
Sid Fiddler: What do you mean, "a" falsie?
Hope Springs: She's got one bigger than the other.
Sid Fiddler: Is that right?
Hope Springs: No, left.

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Mistakes

In the bedroom scene, Barbara Windor gets her dressing gown caught in the bed spring and has to take it off. When Sid James tries it on, he has no trouble removing it from the bed.

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Trivia

The role of camp television presenter Cecil Gaybody (portrayed by Jimmy Logan) was originally written for Charles Hawtrey who had a falling out with producer Peter Rogers in the previous film, "Carry On Abroad". Hawtrey did not appear in any further films.

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