Follow That Camel is the fourteenth Carry On film, released in 1967. Like its predecessor Don't Lose Your Head, it does not have the words "Carry On" in its original title (although for screenings outside the United Kingdom it was known as Carry On In The Legion, and is alternatively titled Carry On ... Follow That Camel). It parodies the much-filmed 1924 book Beau Geste, by P. C. Wren, and other French Foreign Legion films. This film was producer Peter Rogers's attempt to break into the American market; Phil Silvers (in his only Carry On) is heavily featured in a Sergeant Bilko-esque role. He appears alongside Carry On regulars Kenneth Williams, Jim Dale, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Peter Butterworth and Bernard Bresslaw. Angela Douglas makes the third of her four Carry On appearances. Anita Harris makes the first of her two Carry On appearances.
Sergeant • Nurse • Teacher • Constable • Regardless • Cruising • Cabby • Jack
• Spying • Cleo • Cowboy • Screaming! • Don't Lose Your Head • Follow That Camel • Doctor • Up The Khyber • Camping • Again Doctor • Up The Jungle • Loving • Henry • At Your Convenience • Matron
• Abroad • Girls • Dick
• Behind • England • That's... • Emmannuelle • Columbus