Carry On Dick

Factual error: As Kennith Williams and Bernard Bresslaw approach a notice board on horseback, you can blatently see the road they are on. You can even see the white hazard lines on the road. Apart from anything else, Tarmac wasn't even invented until 1901 yet this episode is set in 1750. (00:12:30)


Factual error: Look out for the War Memorial on the green outside the Reverend Flasher's (Sid James) churchyard: it is dedicated to those who fought in died in World War I (1914-18) and World War II (1939-45). Yet "Carry On Dick" is supposedly sometime in the 1750s.

Continuity mistake: When Sid James is talking to the landlord of 'The Old Cock Inn', from the distant shot Maggie is sitting at a bench in front on her own. When the scene switches to close-up, there is a man sitting next to her.

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Reverend Flasher: William, don't you think it's time you came to church again?
William: What do you mean, Rector? Don't you remember? I was there last Sunday. I took the collection.
Reverend Flasher: I know. Next Sunday I want you to bring it back.

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Trivia: Not only was this film Sid James' last Carry On, it was also the last one the fabulous Babs Windsor appeared in.

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