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Carry On Spying 1964 film review

Carry On Spying 1964 film review

Carry On Spying (1964, United Kingdom)

Running time
90 minutes
Our rating
★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 7 / 10

Secret agent infiltrates one of the government laboratories and steals secret formula. Chief of Secret Service suspects that this could be work of STENCH (Society for the Total Extinction of Non-Conforming Humans), secret organization that was responsible for many evil doings in the past. He receives information that man, who breach the security measures and stole the formula, alias Milchmann, is about to travel to Vienna. Quickly he sets up the team that will try to intercept him, but the problem is all the experienced agents are already occupied with other missions, so the only people available are three new recruits and rather inept agent Simkins. But beggars can’t be choosers, so the quartet is sent to Vienna, where agent Carstairs will be waiting for them with further instructions. On the arrival the British agents do their best to locate Milchmann, unfortunately their best isn’t much, so they have to count on luck.

The ninth of the Carry On series, first with appearance of Barbara Windsor. This time Talbot Rothwell and Sid Colin wrote a screenplay that was parody of the spy movies as genre with typical for Carry On films approach to the theme - perhaps not top notch jokes and one liners, some innuendos and a bit of physical comedy. But even though Carry On were never the most sophisticated comedies they usually were entertaining and appealed to wide range of viewers. Carry On Spying is no different - it might have been better, it might have been better developed, but still after all the years they are funny.

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Creators of Carry On Spying

Sid Colin films

Sid Colin


Talbot Rothwell films

Talbot Rothwell


Cast of Carry On Spying

Kenneth Williams films

Kenneth Williams

as Desmond Simkins

Barbara Windsor films

Barbara Windsor

as Daphne Honeybutt

Charles Hawtrey films

Charles Hawtrey

as Charlie Bind

Bernard Cribbins films

Bernard Cribbins

as Harold Crump

Jim Dale films

Jim Dale

as Carstairs

Dilys Laye films

Dilys Laye

as Lila

Eric Barker films

Eric Barker

as The Chief

Victor Maddern films

Victor Maddern

as Milchmann

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Trivia about Carry On Spying

First ever parody

Carry On Spying is the first known Bond movies parody.

James Bond

Originally the character played by Charles Hawtrey was suppose to be called James Bind, Agent 001 and a half, but after producers of James Bond movies threatened legal actions the name was changed to Charlie Bind.

Carry On Spying quotes

Doctor Crow: I am Doctor Crow. You are surprised?
Daphne Honeybutt: Yes, I am! I expected you to be a man... or a woman.

Desmond Simpkins: Oh, Vienna! Lovely! I’ve always wanted to see Vienna before I die.
The Chief: With a bit of luck, you’ll do both.