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Genres: Comedy
Actors: Sid James , Eric Barker , Kenneth Connor , Charles Hawtrey , Kenneth Williams , Leslie Phillips , Joan Sims , Hattie Jacques , Shirley Eaton , Cyril Chamberlain , Joan Hickson , Irene Handl , Terence Longdon , Jill Adams , Freddie Mills
Director: Gerald Thomas
Country: United Kingdom
Year: 1960
IMDB Rating: 6.1/10 (778 votes)

With a flu epidemic running rife, three new bumbling recruits are assigned to Inspector Mills police station. With help from Special Constable Gorse, they manage to totally wreck the operations of the police force and let plenty of criminals get away, even before they arrive at the station. They all have to prove themselves or else they’ll be out of a job and Sergeant Wilkins will be transferred. Sub-plots include romances between Wilkins and Moon, Constable and Passworthy.

Film Review

I've recently been working my way through these earlier, black-and-white CARRY ONS, finding them a breath of fresh air after the stale sauciness of the later entries. CARRY ON CONSTABLE, while proving less imaginative and well-made than some of the other entries made around the same time (such as NURSE and REGARDLESS) is still a fun little film.Sid James joins the series as a likable sergeant forever at the mercy of his stuffy superior (a wonderfully straight-laced Eric Barker). After a flu epidemic, he takes on five new recruits (Williams, Connor, Hawtrey, Phillips and Sims) who soon get into all manner of pratfalls. The cast are good, even if the jokes aren't (most of them are over obvious, such as the bit with the out-of-control police dog). Even the predictable ending lacks bite when compared to the genuine thrills that concluded the later CARRY ON CABBY.There's more of an emphasis on sweet romance here than crude gags, which is a pleasure. Williams plays the smug o…

The first carry on of the 1960s is based on police force. It has good strong screenplay and seems to be proper made film. It's important to stick to good script for film series which beginning and proving successful. It stars legend Sid james in his first carry on film which is notable for this. He's chief officer having to manage his misfits (the misfits being Kenneth williams, Kenneth connor, Leslie phillips and Charles hawtrey's characters) but has problem of being responsible to stern chief constable Eric barker and stern fellow constable Hattie jacques. It is the last Leslie phillips carry on film before he went on to star in other comedies like doctor films. There are good gags like Charles hawtrey and budgie and there are various situations that constables face and mess up like helping little lady across road. Filmed in black and white, maybe film seem different in colour. Police uniforms are black and white.

This is another one of those Carry On films that is not as good as many of the others, but then again, I did fall asleep somewhere. As far as I saw, it is a situation (police) comedy with silly naughty moments of confusion and complications. It is mainly just all the cops of the film going about their patrols, and they are getting into trouble. Starring Sid James as Sergeant Frank Wilkins, Eric Barker as Inspector Mills, Kenneth Connor as P.C. Charlie Constable, Charles Hawtrey as P.C. Timothy Gorse, Kenneth Williams as P.C. Stanley Benson, Leslie Phillips as P.C. Tom Potter, Joan Sims as W.P.C. Gloria Passworthy, Hattie Jacques as Sergeant Laura Moon and Goldfinger's Shirley Eaton as Sally Barry, but where's Barbara Windsor? I wouldn't say I'd love to see this again, but I should to decide if it's as good as any of the others I've seen. Carry On films were number 39 on The 100 Greatest Pop Culture Icons. Worth watching!

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