Follow That Camel

Continuity mistake: During the dinner sequence, Angela Douglas is handed a letter. She is seen holding it with her right hand, but when the man seated next to her asks "What is it, my beloved?" we cut back to Angela and she is now holding the letter with her left hand.

Continuity mistake: During the attack on Fort Zuassantneuf, Commandant Burger has a monocle over his right eye. When Burger says "Look out, here they come!" his monocle has disappeared, but a few shots later it has re-appeared.

Continuity mistake: When Abdul puts a tablet in Lady Jane's drink, you can see that the tablet is dissolving, but when he picks up the glass in the next shot, the drink appears completely clear.

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Trivia: Phil Silvers was dramatically losing his sight during filming, so he had to wear both contact lens and glasses.

Trivia: Whilst buried in the sand, Jim Dale and Peter Butterworth had to be wrapped in blankets and given brandy to keep the cold out.

Trivia: Filming of the Sahara Desert scenes took place at Camber Sands near Rye in East Sussex. However, production had to be stopped several times as there was snow on the sands.

More trivia for Follow That Camel

Sgt. Nocker: Hold it baby. How about giving us the Dance of the Two Veils?
Corktip: You mean seven veils.
Sgt. Nocker: Why bother with preliminaries?

Sgt. Nocker: Ah, Egypt. Land of mystery. Home of the mighty fairies.
Bertram Oliphant West: You mean pharaohs.
Sgt. Nocker: I know what I mean.

Simpson: You mean all these ladies are the Sheikh's wives?
Sgt. Nocker: Yes. What's so terrible about that?
Simpson: Think, all those mothers in law.

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