Carry On Up the Khyber

Trivia: Although they play father and daughter, Kenneth Williams (The Khasi of Kalabar) was only 14 years older than Angela Douglas (Princess Jelhi).

Trivia: This film marked Terry Scott's return to the series. His last film had been "Carry On Sergeant" (1958).

Trivia: The Khyber Pass is actually Snowdonia in Wales. All of the rest of the production was filmed at Pinewood Studios in London.

Trivia: The role of Captain Keene (portrayed by Roy Castle) was originally intended for Carry On regular Jim Dale.

Trivia: During the dinner scene towards the end of the film, a piece of plaster falls from the ceiling onto Lady Ruff Diamond who says, "Oh dear! I seem to have got a little plastered!" Joan Sims ad-libbed this line.

Continuity mistake: During the battle towards the end of the film, Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond tells Captain Keene to line up his men and you can see that the collar on Keene's uniform is fastened. In the next shot, Keene is fastening up his collar again.

More mistakes in Carry On Up the Khyber

Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond: Tell Major Shorthouse to call me an elephant.
Lady Joan Ruff-Diamond: He needn't bother I'll do it. You're an elephant.

More quotes from Carry On Up the Khyber

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