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Celebrating 60 years of laughter with Kenneth Williams and the Carry On movies

East Anglian Daily Times - Aug 10, 2018
Carry On Cleo (1964) – armed with sets and costumes from Elizabeth Taylor's ill-fated epic, this is the best looking Carry On and it comes with the sharpest script from Talbot Rothwell and Amanda Barrie as Cleo. 2. Carry On Up The Kyber (1968) – Last ...

Sheila Hancock plays a fierce character determined to climb a Scottish mountain in new flick, Edie

Buzz.ie - Jun 2, 2018
Best known by modern audiences for her long-running roles in New Tricks and Bedtime, Hancock first became famous in the 1960s for films like Carry On Cleo and Take A Girl Like You. She has seen things change a lot for actresses since then but stresses ...

Who is Amanda Barrie? Celebrity Big Brother 2018 contestant profile

Radio Times - Jan 2, 2018
Name: Amanda Barrie. Age: 82. Best known for: Playing Alma Sedgewick on Coronation Street. Bio: Born in 1935, Barrie first hit the big time in Carry On films including Carry on Cleo, in which she played Cleopatra.

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Carry On Cleo, Gerald Thomas, 1965

CARRY ON CLEO on FilmStruck Gerald Thomas 1965, 1h 32m, Comedy In the tenth entry within the series, the Carry On crew reenacts the Roman Empire ...

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Carry on Cleo - an unwelcome gift

Caesar's wife is none too pleased with the present he's brought back for her.

Amanda Barrie on Carry On Cleo - 1964 (60th Anniversary Exclusive)

Carry On Cleo star Amanda Barrie talks openly about her time on the 1964 comedy favourite. Amanda, who appeared in two Carry On films, explains what it was ...

Carry On Cleo - 1964 (60th Anniversary Trailer)

Carry On Cleo, 1964 features the most famous line in British film history ! Kenneth Williams is remembered more for this, than any other comedy quote.