Carry On Don't Lose Your Head (1966)

Director
Gerald Thomas

Main cast
Sid James; Jim Dale; Dany Robin; Kenneth Williams; Charles Hawtrey

Genres
Comedy

Description
The time of the French revolution, and Citizen Robespierre is beheading the French aristocracy. When word gets to England, two noblemen, Sir Rodney Ffing and Lord Darcy take it upon themselves to aid their French counterparts. Sir Rodney is a master of disguise, and becomes "the black fingernail", scourge of Camembert and Bidet, leaders of the French secret police...


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