Carry on Cruising

Carry on Cruising (1962)

Continuity mistake: When Sid James is trying to make his favourite alcoholic drink, an "Aberdeen Angus" he discards the wrong mixture into a vase. You see that the vase is filled up to the top but then in the next shot the vase is only half filled and is a different colour!

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Continuity mistake: When Lance Percival gives Sid James a slice of the International cake, the slice is large and triangular, even though you can see the hole it was cut from is thin and rectangular.

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Continuity mistake: Before doing a speech at the party at the end of the film, Sid James is handed a message, which he puts in his pocket twice.

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Trivia: The first Carry On filmed in colour.

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Trivia: Charles Hawtrey was intending to play the role of Wilfred Haines, but quit after a dispute with producer Peter Rogers over billing. This was the only "Carry On" film during his 14-year association with the series that Hawtrey did not appear in.

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Trivia: The role of Flo Castle was originally intended for Carry On regular Joan Sims.

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