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Carry On Henry
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Series
Director(s)
Gerald Thomas
Producer(s)
Peter Rogers
Writer(s)
Talbot Rothwell
Release Date(s)
February 1971
Previous Film


Carry On Henry is the 21st of the Carry On series and was released in 1971. It tells a fictionalised story involving Sid James as Henry VIII, who chases after Barbara Windsor's character Bettina. James and Windsor feature alongside other regulars Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Terry Scott and Kenneth Connor. This was the first time that Williams and Connor appeared together since Carry On Cleo seven years previously. The original alternative title was to be Anne of a Thousand Lays, a pun on the Richard Burton film Anne of the Thousand Days, and Sid James wears exactly the same cloak that Burton wore in that film.

Carry On Henry - UK Trailer02:42

Carry On Henry - UK Trailer

Carry On Henry Trailer











Cast

  • Bill Maynard as Guy Fawkes
  • Douglas Ridley as 2nd plotter
  • Leon Greene as Torturer
  • David Prowse as Torturer
  • Monica Dietrich as Katherine Howerd
  • Billy Cornelius as Guard
  • Marjie Lawrence as Serving maid
  • Patsy Rowlands as Queen
  • Alan Curtis as Conte di Pisa
  • John Bluthal as Royal tailor
  • Bill McGuirk as Flunkey
  • Jane Cardew as Henry's 2nd wife
  • Valerie Shute as Maid
  • Peter Rigby as Henry's courtier
  • Trevor Roberts as Henry's courtier
  • Peter Munt as Henry's courtier


Carry On
Films

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Television
LaughingChristmas Specials

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