Carry On Abroad is the twenty-fourth in the series of Carry On films to be made, released in 1972. The film features series regulars Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Joan Sims, Bernard Bresslaw, Barbara Windsor, Kenneth Connor, Peter Butterworth and Hattie Jacques. It was the 23rd and final appearance for Charles Hawtrey. June Whitfield returned after appearing in Carry On Nurse 13 years earlier. Jimmy Logan made the first of two appearances in the series. Wikipedia
Carry on Abroad is a member of the following lists: English-language films, British films, Carry On films, Films directed by Gerald Thomas, 1970s comedy films, 1972 films, Films set in hotels, Pinewood Studios films, Films about vacationing and Films produced by Peter Rogers.
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Brother Martin: I say that's rather interesting, Brother Bernard. There are directions here for finding the tomb of St. Cecelia, the founder of our order.
Brother Bernard: (with no interest, Brother Bernard is distracted by the sight of Marge and Lily in bikinis) Oh, that's nice.
Brother Martin: Yes, isn't it? It is believed to lie in the middle of the island, about five miles north of the port of Elsbels. If we follow them, I think we might get somewhere.
Brother Bernard: (still watching the girls) Do you think we should?
Brother Martin: Ah, well, that is what we came for, isn't it?
Brother Bernard: Is it? I thought we were going to find the tomb of St. Cecelia.
Brother Martin: That is what I am talking about.
Brother Bernard: Oh, I'm sorry, Brother Martin. I was thinking of something else.
Brother Martin: If we made an early start perhaps we could have lunch in the village? Do you fancy that Brother Bernard?
Brother Bernard: (In reference to Marge and not the lunch) Not 'arf!