Carry On Cleo (1964) was a Comedy Film directed by Gerald Thomas and produced by Peter Rogers.
Carry On #10: Carry On CleoBy Virginie Pronovost on Oct 10, 2019 From The Wonderful World of Cinema
Through this fun blog series, we’ve already explored a total of ten Carry On films! Of course, we’re not even halfway through them, but I’m glad this is going so well so far! Oh, before I continue, yesterday, I discovered some beautiful photos of Kenneth Williams and Ingrid Bergman... Read full article
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Mark Antony: You know I just don't get these Britons; everytime we get a good punch up going, someone behind the line yells "Teas up!" and they all disappear!
Julius Caesar: "Teas up"? How very odd! It must be one of these strange gods they worship, like this other one they're always talking about, "Crumpet."
Mark Antony: What?
Julius Caesar: "Crum-pet", I don't understand it at all.
Mark Antony: You know something; I don't think these Britons don't want to be conquered.
[Seeing the capitive Britons rushing into Cleopatra's bedroom on the night she plans to kill Caesar]
Mark Antony: Blimey, she must be selling tickets!
Bilius: Hail, Mark Antony!
Mark Antony: Hail - snow, rain, thunder, lighting - the lot! Julius in?
[Gloria screams and runs out]
Mark Antony: I see he is!
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Bernard Cribbins was asked to appear in the film but he chose to do a play instead.
David Davenport worked 10 days.
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