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Our Ginger Fuhrer's young life was scarred by the discovery of an end-of-the-pier 'What The Butler Saw' machine and a jazz mag shoved behind a toilet cistern. Tell us about the first time you realised that there was more to life than sweet shops and Friday night TV

(, Thu 11 Aug 2011, 13:07)
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Carry On films
At the height of my adolescence I considered them rubbish. Now I consider them masterpieces.

I'm also beginning to look like Sid James.
(, Sat 13 Aug 2011, 14:18, 9 replies)
Barbara Windsors baps!
(, Sat 13 Aug 2011, 14:48, closed)
Always thought BW was a bit of a roaster
There were much better looking lovely ladies, such as the tall dark haired travel agent in Carry On Abroad. I'm sure she got drunk and stripped down to her unmentionables at one point.

(, Sat 13 Aug 2011, 15:26, closed)
You are clearly losing your mind as you get older
because they are still rubbish.
(, Sat 13 Aug 2011, 16:37, closed)
Carry On Screaming
is rather enjoyable.
(, Sat 13 Aug 2011, 21:04, closed)
I have about 6 copies of that on DVD
from when it was given away free with some Sunday rag. A friendly newsagent gave me a bag of several complete sets of Carry Ons.
(, Sat 13 Aug 2011, 22:16, closed)
Carry on up the Khyber
is still a classic of comedy. The Third Foot and Mouth Regiment, etc.
(, Sun 14 Aug 2011, 2:49, closed)
^^This^^ also
Best of all the Carry Ons (not difficult to be fair) and especially memorable for the character names, such as Bungdit Din and The Khasi of Kalabar.

Famously, the censor had a problem with Bungdit Din's line, "Fakir, off!" A sufficient pause was required between the words "Fakir" and "off".
(, Mon 15 Aug 2011, 21:22, closed)
The first two films
make a lovely pair. Phwoooar!
(, Sat 13 Aug 2011, 16:46, closed)
You're decomposed?!
(, Thu 18 Aug 2011, 8:29, closed)

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